The Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment

Private W A Clark


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Private William Alfred CLARK G/10594, 11th  Battalion, Queens Own Royal West Kent Regiment, killed in action, Flanders France, 7th October 1916, age 32.

Born Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, son of William Alfred and Emma Jane Clark, of 12, Simla Street, New Cross, London.

Enlisted Deptford, Kent, age 35 years & 34 days, height 5ft 4¾ inches, wart left leg.  Resided 12, Simla Street, New Cross, Kent. Formerly bootnaker.

1st November 1915, enlisted & posted 11th Battalion, Royal West Kent Regiment; 7th October 1916, posted missing.

Separation Allowance of 8/6 a week & Allotment of Pay of 3/6 a week paid to mother.

19th August 1919, Statement of Relatives - Father, William Alfred Clark, 12, Simla Street, New Cross; Mother Emma Jane Clark, 12, Simla Street, New Cross; Brothers - Colin Clark, age 18, 12, Simla Street, New Cross; George Clark, age 16, 12, Simla Street, New Cross; Sister - Laura Jane Clark, age 21, 12, Simla Street, New Cross.

Buried at Warlencourt  British Cemetery, II. F. 8., Pas de Calais, France.


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