Personal information about Frederick Owen Clarke

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Death Information

   Frederick Owen Clarke
Maiden name:
Date of Death:
   29 March 1910
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Place of birth:
(From death certificate)
Place of death:
   Valparaiso, South America
Usual address:
Cause of death:
  typhoid fever
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Memorial Details

  Frederick Owen CLARKE
  29 March 1910
  Cross on plinth within 4 flat topped kerbstones.
  Rough granite. Letters
  On plinth: In dear and abiding / memory of / Frederick Walker Clarke / Congregational Minister, / died Nov. 16th. 1927 aged 79 / "He fought the good fight" / Also his wife / Florence / died July 16th 1935, aged 84. // East kerbstone: Also of Frederick Owen Clarke / died March 29th. 1910 aged 27. //
  Good condition. Kerbstones partly buried at west end.
    CLERGY: Congregational Minister. Frederick was from Maldon, Essex and his wife from Hoxton, London. He lived at Tydehams at the time of his death & left £2200. Son Frederick was born in Frome, Somerset & died in Midhurst, Sussex.
  12 October 2012
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Other people list on this memorial

Frederick Walker CLARKE
Florence CLARKE



Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Death of Mr. F. O. Clarke.
Article source:    NWN
Date of source:    07 April 1910
Copyright:    © NWN



The distressing bereavement sustained by the Rev. F. W. and Mrs. Clarke, in the death of their only son, Mr. Frederick Owen Clarke, in South America, who has succumbed to an attack of typhoid fever, has awakened sincere and sorrowful sympathy in the town. The deceased, who was an electrical engineer, went out to manage newly installed machinery at a sugar refinery near Valparaiso, and was married to a Dublin young lady about six months later. The circumstances of the bereavement are therefore rendered the more pathetic and distressing. At present the only information to hand is that contained in the cablegram, and particulars are awaited by the next mail. In order to relieve Mr Clarke, the deacons of the Congregational Church made other arrangements for the services on Sunday last, which were taken by Mr Haile, a student from Mansfield College, Oxford.

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