Private Horace Arthur Clark

Rank or Title

Date of Death

28 Feb 1917

War time / or Pre War occupation

Farm labourer


Farley Farm

Service Number


Place of Birth

United Kingdom

World War I Address

34 Dumfries Street
United Kingdom

Place of Death


Grave Location

Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery

War Memorial Location

Soldier or Civilian

  • Soldier


The Luton News , 21st February 1918
Pte Horace Arthur Clark

Pte Horace Arthur ('Jack') Clark, 12427, 6th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, died of wounds in a Canadian clearing station in Flanders on February 28th, 1918. He had previously served in the trenches for three years without injury.

A telegram on March 1st, 1918, stated that Pte Clark had been severely wounded in the legs, arms, hands and face. The following day brought news of his death and burial by a Church of England chaplain in a military cemetery.

Luton-born son of Mr James Clark and the late Mrs Emma Clark (died 1911), of 34 Dumfries Street, Luton, 'Jack' was employed at Farley Farm before volunteering for military service at the outbreak of war. He had a sister living at 46 St Saviour's Crescent, Luton.

Individual Location

Pte Horace Arthur Clark

Author: Deejaya

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