William George Clark

First nameWilliam George
InitialsW G
Birth TownMaidstone, Kent
Resided TownMaidstone, Kent
Date of Death11/10/1918
FateDied at Home
Service Number183962
Duty Location
Campaign Medals
  • Victory Medal
  • British War Medal
  • Memorial Death Plaque Of WWI
ServiceBritish Army
RegimentRoyal Sussex Regiment
Battalion53rd Battalion
  • Maidstone Cemetery Kent Grave Reference 1.U.704
  • William George Clark is buried in Maidstone Cemetery, Grave reference Number 1 U 704.
  • Britain on the Remembrance Board at the Parish Church of St Michael & All Angels, Maidstone

parents: Walter and Edith E. Clark, of 9 Warwick Place in 1901, 162 Upper Fant Road in 1911 with 6 rooms. Here is 162 Upper Fant Road Later they moved to 286, Upper Fant Rd., Maidstone. They had 4 sons and 1 daughter Walter, William, Sidney, Isabel and Herbert. In 1911 William’s father Walter was employed as a Dairyman. William was baptised on 12th October 1900.

I had difficulties finding his grave as he does not have the usual headstone from Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC). I queried this with CWGC and they sent their local representatives to look for William’s grave. His grave has a Gallipoli marker as you can see in this photograph.