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CLARK Roll of Honour (NZ) WWI + WWII

Journal by ngairedith

the CLARK who died for New Zealand in WWI & WWII
- names taken from the Cenotaph but may not be comprehensive -
indicates did not die on service but added for other reasons


Abraham Clark
- Private 20968 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 10th Reinforcements 1st Battalion, E Company, was the son of Mr & Mrs William Clark of 1, Parkville Terrace, Auckland
- Abraham Clark was killed in action at Havrincourt, France on 7 September 1918


Albert Clark
- Private ? with the New Zealand Training Unit, was born at Herbert, Oamaru to George & Mary Clark
- Albert Clark died from accident occurring, or disease contracted, while training with or attached to the NZEF in New Zealand


Alexander James Clark
- Private 10/2367 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion, 5th Reinforcement, was a son of Daniel & Elizabeth Clark of 186 Harrow Rd, London, England. He enlisted from Eltham
- Alexander James Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 13 August 1915


Alfred Graham Clark
- Pilot Officer NZ414251 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 41 Operational Training Unit was the son of Alfred Clark and of Annie Augusta Clark (nee Sidey); husband of Jean Edna Clark (nee Nairn), of Makino
- Alfred Graham Clark died in England 27 June 1942


Alfred Henry Clark
- Gunner 10/3509 with the NZEF, 9th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company, was the husband of Mrs Ruth Clark, of Manutuke, Gisborne
- Alfred Henry Clark was killed in action in Ypres, Belgium on 17 August 1917


Allan William Clark
- Second Lieutenant 31483 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), 25 (Wellington) Infantry Battalion, was a son Fred Bertie & Frances Sophie Clark of Wanganui
- Allan William Clark died in Greece on 24 April 1941


Alphonsus Clark
- Corporal 15138 with the NZEF, 15th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company, was born in Dunedin to William James & Honora Clark
- Alphonsus Clark died of his wounds in Belgium 4 August 1917


Andrew William Clark
- Flight Sergeant NZ421961 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force as Wireless Operator, was a son of Andrew Frank & Isabella Clark, of Wataroa, Westland
- Andrew William Clark was killed in action in the North Sea on 4 October 1943


Arthur Clark
- Private 52954 with the NZEF, 29th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company, listed his next of kin as Mrs Brown (mother), Bruce Street, Masterton
- Arthur Clark was killed in action in Bapaume, France on 30 August 1918


Bernard Allison Clark
- SergeaNt NZ401371 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 57 Squadron, RAF, was the son of Langdon CLARK & Agnes WIER of Hamilton. He was the husband of Edith May Clark of Mount Eden, Auckland
- Bernard Allison Clark was killed on air operations in Germany 7 September 1941


Charles Albert Clark
- Private 456439 with the 26 Infantry Battalion, was the son of George Allanson CLARK & Maud GRIFFITHS of Tinwald, Canterbury
- Charles Albert Clark died in Italy 1 April 1945


Charles Robert Cyril Clark
- Rifleman 24/84 with the 2nd Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, A Company, was the son of Mrs A. B. Clark of 7 Windsor Rd., Leyton, London, England. He enlisted from the Dudley Arms, Mangatainoka
- Charles Robert Cyril Clark was killed in action at Somme, France 15 September 1916


Charles Spencer Clark
- Sapper 458866 with the New Zealand Engineers was son of Frederick Charles & Amelia Clark of Timaru,
- Charles Spencer Clark died in Italy 1 May 1945


Charles William Clark
- Private 8/3214 with the Otago Infantry Battalion, 8th Reinforcements was a son of Francis & Ellen Clark, of Roslyn Bush, Southland
- Charles William Clark was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium 12 October 1916


Clark Clark
- Private 19423 with the Maori Contingent, 12th Reinforcements was a son of Hakaraia & Ani Clark of Pamapuria, Northland
- Clark Clark was killed in action in Ypres, Belgium 19 November 1917


Daniel Stanley Clark
- Private 32818 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements J Company, was a son of Mrs R. Clark (mother), Dublin Street, North Invercargill
- Daniel Stanley Clark was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium 18 July 1917


Edwin Mitchelson Clark Clark
- Sergeant 12/3920 with the NZEF, 10th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company, was born at Whakahara, Northern Wairoa, the youngest son of the late George & Harriet Clark of Whakahara, Herbert Road, Mount Eden
- Edwin Mitchelson Clark Clark died of his wounds in Belgium 4 October 1917


Ernest William Clark
- Private 10/1775 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements was a son of Fred Clark of 29 Richmond Street, Petone
- Ernest William Clark died of his wound Egypt to Gallipoli 26 August 1915


Eric Hamilton Clark
- Private 8/1212 with the Otago Infantry Battalion. 2nd Reinforcements was a son of John Clark & Elizabeth Stewart BARR, of Kereone Rd., Morrinsville & of 26 York St, Parnell, Auckland
- Eric Hamilton Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli 2 May 1915


Francis Foley Clark
- Corporal 11229 with the NZEF, 12th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company, was born in Aberdeen, Scotland. His next of kin was Mrs D. Sherriffs (sister), 24 Woodhaugh St, Dunedin
- Francis Foley Clark was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium 24 December 1917


Francis Stewart Clark
- Private 421566 with the 24 Infantry Battalion was the son of James Stewart & Frances Nora Clark of Auckland,
- Francis Stewart Clark died in Italy 7 December 1943


Frank Clark
- Trooper 13/892 with the Auckland Mounted Rifles, 4th Reinforcements, was the son of Mr & Mrs T. Clark of Te Pahu, Hamilton and the brother of Herbert Clark (46116) and Fred Clark
- Frank Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli 28 August 1915


Frank Clark
- Private 12/2183 with the Auckland Infantry Battalion, 4th Reinforcements was a son of Johnson Clark & Jemima Ferguson of opposite Butler's Store, New North Road, Kingsland, Auckland
- Frank Clark died of his wounds England ex France 12 October 1916


Frederick Arthur Clark
- Driver 50294 with the NZEF, 29th Reinforcements New Zealand Field Artillery, was a son of Charles George & Amy Emma Clark of 193 Colombo Street, Christchurch
- Frederick Arthur Clark was killed in action in Somme, France 10 April 1918


Frederick Arthur Clark
- Private 6/1485 with the Canterbury Infantry battalion, 3rd Reinforcements was a son of George Samuel Clark, of St. Albans, Christchurch & the late Emily Frances Clark
- Frederick Arthur Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli 7 August 1915


Frederick Hans Clark
- Private 45989 with the NZEF, 26th Reinforcements F Company was the son of Joseph Allan CLARK & Hansiana Christina Mary JOHNSON who married later married A. Neary of 10 Severn St, Khyber Pass, Auckland. His next of kin was Miss Frances Quinn (aunt), Matawhero, Gisborne
- Frederick Hans Clark was killed in action in France 28 May 1918


Frederick Herbert Clark
- Private 12/2665 with the Otago Infantry Battalion, 6th Reinforcements was a son of Thomas Howells CLARK & Selina Caroline ROP of 50 Virginia Avenue Eden Terrace, Auckland
- Frederick Herbert Clark was killed in action at Somme, France 2 July 1916


George Clark
- Private 51688 of the NZEF, 27th Reinforcements E Company, was the son of William George & Margaret Clark of 5 The Avenue, off Wynyard Rd., Mt. Eden, Auckland
- George Clark died of his wound at Belgium 26 October 1917


George Charles Latimer Clark
- Private 42290 with the NZEF, 24th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company, was 1 of at least 13 children of Rice Owen CLARK & Mary CATER, Arita, Gillies Avenue, Epsom, Auckland
- a grandson of Rice Owen Clark of Hobsonville
- George Charles Latimer Clark was killed in action Havrincourt, France 13 Sep 1918


George Knaggs Clark
- Sapper 4/1904 of the NZEF, 10th Reinforcements New Zealand Engineers, was a son of James 7 Christina Clark of Scotland. His next of kin was Miss N.A. Clark (sister), 91 Caledonian Road, Saint Albans, Christchurch
- George Knaggs Clark was killed in action at Somme, France 14 September 1916


George Watson Clark
- Sergeant 9/550 of the Otago Mounted Rifles, was born at Burwood Station, Southland, a son of William Frederick & Margaret Clark of 84, Elles Rd., Invercargill
- George Watson Clark died of his wounds UK to France 5 January 1917


Hector McDonald Clark
- Private 6825 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), 22 (Wellington) Infantry Battalion, was the husband of E. Clark, of Kilcormac, Co. Offaly, Irish Republic. His next of kin was Mr G. Clark (brother), Grand Billiard Saloon, Greymouth
- Hector McDonald Clark died in Crete 20 May 1941


Henry George Clark
- Corporal 4/1905 with the NZEF, 10th Reinforcements New Zealand Engineers, was a son of George & Harriet Clark of 20 Herbert Road, Mount Eden, Auckland
- Henry George Clark died of his wounds in France 23 August 1918


Henry James Clark
- Private 39166 with the NZEF, 21st Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company, was the son of Henry CLARK & Ada ELSOM of Burness Street, Palmerston, Otago
- Henry James Clark died of his wounds in Belgium 10 June 1917


Herbert Clark
- Private 46116 with the NZEF, 26th Reinforcements (Second Draft) New Zealand Medical Corps, was the son of Thomas & Mary Elizabeth Clark of Te Pahu, Frankton Junction, Hamilton
- Herbert Clark died of disease in England 10 September 1917


Ian Compton Clark
- Private 10/3857 with the NZEF, 11th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Battalion, B Company, was the son of James & Louisa Elizabeth CLARK of 1 Athol Crescent. Wellington
- Ian Compton Clark was killed in action at Somme, France 16 September 1916


Isabel Clark
- Staff Nurse 22/108 with the New Zealand Army Nursing Service Corps, Hospital Ship No. 1, "Maheno", was a sister of Miss Clark & of Alexander David Clark, of Ardgowan, Oamaru
- Isabel Clark drowned at sea when the Marquette was torpedoed and sank, Aegean Sea 23 Oct 1915


Jack Clark
- Trooper 11/1779 with the Wellington Mounted Rifles, 7th Reinforcements was a son of John & S. E. Clark of Opou, Gisborne
- Jack Clark was killed in action at Rafa, Palestine 9 January 1917


Jack Bruce Clark
- Lance Corporal 12/3282 with the NZEF, 9th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company, was a son of John Clark & Elizabeth Stewart BARR, of Kereone Rd., Morrinsville & brother of Eric Hamilton Clark above
- Jack Bruce Clark was killed in action at Messines, Belgium 31 January 1917


James Clark
- Private 29746 with the NZEF 18th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company, was the son of David Fraser & Sophia Clark of Invercargill. His sister, Miss A. Clark of Heddon Bush, Southland was next of kin
- James Clark was killed in action in Somme, France on 16 April 1918


James Clark
- private 10/2103 with the Wellington Infantry Regiment, 1st Battalion, was born in Driffield, England, the son of W. & Eliza Clark. His next of kin was his sister Mary Clark of 16 Mill Street, Driffield, Yorkshire, England. He enlisted from Mrs G. H. Barty, Chaple Street, Masterton
- James Clark died of disease United Kingdom to France on 16 May 1917


James Aitken Clark
- Private 27452 of the NZEF, 17th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company, was a son of (the late) George Clark & Elizabeth Marks of 209, Spey St, Invercargill (his mother remarried to John Lewis Marks in 1903)
- James Aitken Clark was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium 24 December 1917


James Donald Clark
- Private 10/2890 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion, 7th Reinforcements was a son of James Pirie CLARK & Kate BLOOM of Strathallen, Featherston & husband of Amy (nee Field) of 53 North St, Feilding
- James Donald Clark was killed in action at Somme, France 16 September 1916


Jocelyn Clark
- Rifleman 25/738 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 3rd Battalion, A Company, was born in Palmerston North the son of Henry Charles & Catherine Clark, of Maramarua
- Jocelyn Clark was killed in action in Somme, France on 15 September 1916


John Cameron Clark
- Trooper 11/866 with the Wellington Mounted Rifles,4th Reinforcements was the son of John & Jane Clark, of Victoria Rd., Dargaville
- John Cameron Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 27 August 1915


John Clarence Norman Bealson Clark
- Private 28185 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), was the son of Charles Norman CLARK & Ivy Lily Faith MUNRO of Auckland
- John Clarence Norman Bealson Clark died of his wounds in the Western Desert on 24 July 1942


John Gregor Clark
- Private 6/3655 with the NZEF, 9th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company, was the son of William and Mary Clark, of Lyne, Cawdor, Scotland. His next of kin was his brother S. Clark, Methven, Canterbury
- John Gregor Clark was killed in action in Somme, France on 26 December 1916


John Joseph Clark
- Private 10105 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), 23 Canterbury and Otago Battalion, was a son of Mrs Mary Ann Clark, 18 Argyle Street, Denniston, Westport,
- John Joseph Clark was killed in action in Crete on 26 May 1941


John Richard Clark
- Rifleman 38120 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements H Company, was the son of John Smeaton & Johana Welsh Clark, of New Zealand. His next of kin was F. C. Faber (friend), Newmarket Hotel, Wanganui
- John Richard Clark died of his wounds in France on 17 November 1918


John Stanley Clark
- Lance Corporal 9/366 with the Otago Mounted Rifles was the son of Charles & Agnes Clark, of Waitati, Otago.
- John Stanley Clark died of his wounds in France on 25 March 1918


John Thomas Clark
- Private 37158 with the 25th Infantry battalion was a son of John Joseph & Susan Clark of Waitotara, New Zealand; nephew of Annie K. Clark, of Wanganui.
- John Thomas Clark died in Italy on 24 April 1944


John Clark
- Private 29747 with the NZEF, 18th Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Battalion, C Company, was born in Makarewa, a son of William & Mary Clark, of Menzies Ferry, Invercargill
- John Clark was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium on 16 August 1917


Joseph Norman Clark
- Flying Officer NZ415076 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, was the son of Norman McLean & Florence Ethel Clark of Waiau Pa, Patumahoe
- Joseph Norman Clark was killed on air operations in the Netherlands 16 Nov 1944


Joseph Reynolds Clark
- Private 8/3215 with the Otago Infantry Battalion, 8th Reinforcements, enlisted from the Post-office, Waikino. His next of kin was Mrs M. Clark (mother), Karaka, Drury, Auckland
- Joseph Reynolds Clark died of his wounds in France on 23 June 1916


Leonard George Clark
- Shipwright 4515 with the Royal New Zealand Navy, HMS Gambia,
- Leonard George Clark died at sea, Scapa Flow, Orkney Island 6 Nov 1943


Leslie Goldie Clark
- Private 12/707 with the Auckland Infantry Battalion was the son of Mr & Mrs John Clark, of Runciman, Auckland
- Leslie Goldie Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 8 May 1915


Leslie Harvey Clark
- Private 12/1590 with the Auckland Infantry Battalion, 3rd Reinforcements, was the son of Mrs Elizabeth Ann Clark, of Edgecombe Rd, Tauranga
- Leslie Harvey Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 8 August 1915


Lloyd Denziel Clark
- Flight Sergeant NZ404894 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 158 Squadron, RAF, was the son of Lewis Langdon & Agnes Clark
- Lloyd Denziel Clark was killed on active service in the English Channel on 23 October 1942


Mervyn Oliver Clark
- Pilot Officer NZ404895 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 75 (NZ) Squadron, RAF, was a son of John & Ann Lidddle Clark of Christchurch
- Mervyn Oliver Clark was killed in action in Vechta, Germany on 18 December 1942


Neil McCallum Clark
- Private 14393 with the NZEF, 14th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Battalion, A Company, was the son of William and Helen Clark, of Grangemouth, Scotland. His next of kin was Mrs Helen Clark (mother), 14 Park Crescent, Parnell, Auckland
- Neil McCallum Clark died of his wounds in Belgium on 5 October 1917


Norman George Clark
- Flight Sergeant NZ411370 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 17 Advanced Flying Unit, was a son of George & Louisa Ann Clark
- Norman George Clark was killed on active service in the UK on 25 February 1943


Norman Owen Clark
- Private 12372 with the 3rd Echelon, Headquarters, 6 Field Ambulance, was the son of William Alfred (Alf) CLARK & Alice May HOLLOWAY. Norman married Edith Margaret Fitt on 3 June 1944 at All Saints Church, Palmerston North. Norman was captured at Crete and was a prisoner of war at Stalag VIIIB. He was liberated on 5 November 1943 and discharged on 27 July 1944. He died in Manurewa, Auckland 14 June 2004 and his ashes scattered over his parents grave at Waikumete Cemetery. His link has photos & bio


Paul Graham Clark
- Second Lieutenant 46224 with the NZEF, 34th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company, was born in Leicester, England, a son of Alfred & Isabel Clark of 12 Domett Avenue, Epsom, Auckland
- Paul Graham Clark was killed in action at Bapaume, France on 26 August 1918


Percy John Clark
- Second Lieutenant 23/36 with the 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade Machine-gun Section, was a son of Edward Halcomb & Caroline Louisa Clark of 8 Phillip Street, Linwood, Christchurch
- Percy John Clark was killed in action in Ypres, Belgium on 11 Oct 1917


Percy Macquarie Clark
- Staff Sergeant 12690 with the NZEF, New Zealand Army Pay Corps, was born in Tiumaru, a son of Claude Houghton Haffenden Clark, Rajpottama, The Maitai, Nelson. His brothers George Harold Freer Clark (61084) and Henry Claude Clark (7/567) also served
- Percy Macquarie Clark died in Auckland 24 June 1960


Percy Newton Clark
- Private 49292 with the NZEF, 27th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company, was a son of Reverend J. R. Clark of Woodend, North Canterbury
- Percy Newton Clark was killed in action on Somme, France on 30 March 1918


Peter Clark
- Rifleman 23/1016 with the 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, D Company was the son of Duncan & Mary Clark, of Broxwood Lodge, Sandbank, Argyll, Scotland. He enlisted from Purupuru, Masterton (Mangapurupuru ??, Bideford, Masterton). His next of kin was H. C. Clark (father) (??), Maramarua, Auckland
- Peter Clark was killed in action at Somme, France 2 Oct 1916


Philip Robert Colfox Clark
- Flying Officer NZ401752 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 2 Operational Training Unit, Ohakea, was a son of Basil Edgar & Muriel Elizabeth O'Brien Clark of Mission Bay, Auckland
- Philip Robert Colfox Clark died at Ohakea Air base on 22 September 1944


Raymond Hector Clark
- Private 14229 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 8th Reinforcements 1st Battalion, E Company, enlisted from Wellington, His next of kin was T. Clark (father), Fairview Road, Mount Eden, Auckland.
- Raymond Hector Clark was killed in action in Belgium on 23 June 1917


Raymond Joseph Clark
- Gunner 246327 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), New Zealand Artillery, was the son of William CLARK & Bridget O'BRIEN of Newmarket, Auckland & of Onehunga
- Raymond Joseph Clark was killed in action in Italy on 1 August 1944


Reginald Burt Clark
- Private 15300 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), was a foster son of Lily Rebecca Clark, of Kaikorai, Dunedin
- Reginald Burt Clark was lost at sea on the ss Sebastiano Venier on 9 Dec 1941


Reginald Crago Clark
- Second Lieutenant 25/17 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 3rd Battalion, B Company was born in Dunedin, the son of Robert and Louise Clark, of Valley Rd., Mount Eden; husband of Adelaide Clark, of 15, Disraeli St., Mount Eden, Auckland
- Reginald Crago Clark was killed in action in Somme, France on 4 October 1916


Richard Clark
- Sergeant NZ414252, with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 21 Operational Training Unit, was a son of Charles CLARK & Louisa WALLER. He was the husband of Winifred Clark of Geraldine, Canterbury.
- Richard Clark was killed on active service in the UK on 3 January 1943


Robert John Clark
- Flying Officer NZ4210919, with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 101 Squadron, RAF was the son of Robert and Annie Clark; husband of Lilian R. Clark, of Auckland
- Robert John Clark died in Germany on 1 February 1945


Robert McGavin Clark
- Lance Corporal 26/746 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, 4th Battalion, A Company, was a son of William Robert and Letitia Clark, of Auckland & of Matamata
- Robert McGavin Clark died of his wounds in Belgium on 14 October 1917


Robert Clark
- Gunner 2/2794 with the NZEF, New Zealand Field Artillery, No. 2 Field Battery (1st Field Artillery Brigade), was the son of William & Mary Clark of Menzies Ferry, Southland
- Robert Clark was killed in action in France 19 January 1918
* His brother, John Clark (29747), was also killed in World War 1


Ronald Beresford Clark
- Private 455898 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), Infantry Reinforcements, was a son of Harry Bell & Lena Mary Clark of St. Albans, Canterbury
- Ronald Beresford Clark was killed in action in Italy on 20 December 1944


Ronald Hayden Charles Clark
- Able Seaman NZ1467 with the Royal New Zealand Navy, HMS Neptune, was killed in action 19 December 1941 when his ship, the Neptune, hit several mines in the sea off Tripoli and sank


Ronald Clark
- Corporal 23929 with the Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force (2NZEF), was a son of James & Nellie Clark, of Auckland. He enlisted from 33 Commerce Street, Frankton, Hamilton
- Ronald Clark died in Tunisia on 20 April 1943


Ronald Clark
- Lance Corporal 282092 with the Auckland 6 Field Company, was the son of Foster Joblin CLARK & Anne ARMSTRONG of Auckland. He was the husband of Norma Wynifred Clark, Mt Eden, Auckland
- Ronald Clark was killed in action in Italy on 28 November 1943


Samuel Goodall Clark
- Lance Corporal 10/1132 with the Wellington Infantry Battalion was a son of Mr & Mrs Thomas H. Clark, of 50 Virginia Ave, Eden Terrace, Auckland. He enlisted from Huntly, Waikato
- Samuel Goodall Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 8 August 1915


Simon Clark
- Private 6/1263 with the Canterbury Infantry Battalion, 2nd Reinforcements, was the son of Simon and Janet Clark, of Musselburgh, Scotland. He enlisted from 18 Princess Terrace, Wellington
- Simon Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 7 August 1915


Stanley Maris Clark
- Trooper 13/29 with the Auckland Mounted Rifles, enlisted from Wharepuhunga, Kihikihi. He was the eldest son of Richard Maris Clark & Cora Juliett Clark, of Onslow Rd, Epsom, Auckland
- Stanley maris Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 6 August 1915


Stuart Clark
- Private 36418 with the New Zealand Rifle Brigade, Reinforcements G Company, was the son of William and Mary Clark, of Lyne of Urchany, Cawdor, Nairn, Scotland. He lived at Lower Hutt
- Stuart Clark was killed in action at Bapaume, France on 30 August 1918


Sydney Clark
- Private 37768 with the NZEF, 21st Reinforcements F Company, was the son of Sydney & Jessie Clark, of 10 Macauley St., Addington. His next of kin was Mrs A. Clark (aunt), Belmont, Lower Hutt
- Sydney Clark died of his wounds in Belgium on 17 Oct 1917


Taha Clark
- Private 16/970 with the NZEF, 3rd Maori Contingent, Details (To Make Up Shortages in 10th Reinforcements), was the husband of Mrs Rehurehu Amaru of Horotiu, Ngaruawahia, Hamilton & brother of Toa Clark of Kawhia
- Taha Clark was killed in action in Somme, France on 15 September 1916


Terence George Clark
- Flight Sergeant NZ402983 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, 106 Squadron, RAF, was a son of Eliza Jane Clark of Wellington
- Terence George Clark was killed in action in Soers, Germany on 17 September 1942


Terry Ernest Laurie Clark
- Gunner 255316 with the New Zealand Artillery, 14 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment, was a son of Edward George & Marion French Laurie Clark, of Rawene
- Terry Ernest Laurie Clark died in Italy on 14 May 1944


Thomas Archibald Clark
- Lieutenant 8/24 with the Otago Infantry Battalion, was born 27 Aug 1891 in Winslow, Christchurch to William CLARK & Annie GRACE. He married Malvina Annie Florence BEACH & lived 12 Morris Street, Avonside, Christchurch
- Thomas Archibald Clark died from broncho pneumonia during the Flu Pandemic on 25 Nov 1918


Thomas Arthur Clark
- Private 32127 with the New Zealand Training Unit, was born in Kiritaki, Hawkes Bay, a son of John & Elizabeth Sarah Clark, of 16 Smith St., Mangatera, Dannevirke
- Thomas Arthur Clark died from diphtheria at Trentham on 15 August 1916 & buried Mangatera


Thomas Lauder Clark
- Trooper 9267 in the South African War and 13/33 in WWI, was a son of Thomas Watson & Mary Hannah Clark of 64 Lake Rd, Devonport, Auckland
- Thomas Lauder Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 8 August 1915
* Thomas Lauder Clark's son served in WW2


Thomas Clark
- Private 56137 with the NZEF, 29th Reinforcements F Company, was a stepson of Mrs A. Clark, of Argyle St., Avondale, Auckland & of Dargaville
- Thomas Clark died of Meningitis at sea crossing to New Zealand on 26 August 1917


Walter Farrington Clark
- Trooper 11/33 with the Wellington Mounted Rifles, was a son of Mr & Mrs W. B. Clark, of 73 Tiber St., Island Bay, Wellington & of High street, Bulls, Manawatu.
- Walter Farrington Clark was killed in action at Gallipoli on 27 Augst 1915


Walter Leonard Clark
- Rifleman 59322 with the NZEF, 29th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company, was born in Masterton 29 Sep 1891, and lived at 26 Waltons Avenue, Kuripuni. He was Wounded in action in France, severe wound to left arm, slight wound to face
- Walter did not die on duty. He was discharged on 9 Dec 1919 and died in Masterton 4 January 1948 aged 45. He is added here because of the number of great photos and bio at his link


Walter Norman Clark
- Flight Sergeant NZ411967 with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, Air Reinforcement Centre, was a son of William Rodger & Mary Clark
- Walter Norman Clark died in India on 25 March 1943


William Douglas Clark
- Flight Sergeant NZ417265 with the RoyalNew Zealand Air Force, 149 Squadron, RAF was a son of Henry James CLARK and Agnes Eveline COCHRANE of Timaru, Canterbury. He was married to Helen Sarah May Clark, Timaru
- William Douglas Clark was killed in action in Germany on 9 January 1943


William Garfield Clark
- Private 3/1005 with the Otago Medical Corps, 1st Battalion, New Zealand Rifle Brigade, was born in Melbourne, Australia a son of Samuel CLAKR & Edith WATKINS; husband of E. M. Clark, of Eden St., Oamaru.
- William Garfield Clark died of the Flu Pandemic in New Zealand 11 November 1918


William James Clark
- Private 8/3886 of the NZEF, 10th Reinforcements Otago Infantry Battalion, D Company, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Clark of Tramway Rd., South Invercargill
- William James Clark died of his wounds in France on 24 September 1916


William McLean Clark
- Rifleman 53318 with the NZRB, Reinforcements J Company, was the son of William and Elizabeth L. Clark, of The Triangle, Kelso.
- William McLean Clark was killed in action in Somme, France on 6 April 1918


WILLIAM MORRIS Clark
- Lieutenant 412010 with the 31 Infantry Battalion, Second New Zealand Expeditionary Force, was the son of James and Clementina H. Clark, of Auckland City, New Zealand; husband of Veronica C. Clark, of Henderson, Auckland.
- William Morris Clark died in Tunisia on 13 April 1943


WILLIAM Clark
- Rifleman 22776 was born in Glasgow, Scotland & was the son of John and Jane Clark, of Victoria Rd., Dargaville. His next of kin was John Clark (father), Okato, Taranaki.
- William Clark was killed in action in Belgium 8 June 1917


WILLIAM Clark
- Private 44702, with NZEF, 24th Reinforcements Auckland Infantry Regiment, A Company, was the son of Mrs. L. Clark, of Shaw St., Morningside, Auckland. His next of kin was his mother.
- William Clark was killed in action in Ypres, Belgium 23 Oct 1917


WILLIE HENRY Clark
- Private 51300 with the NZEF, 27th Reinforcements Wellington Infantry Regiment, B Company, was the son of Edward Saunders & Suzan Clark. His next of kin was his neice, Miss G. M. Rogers, Monmouth Street, Stratford, Taranaki.
- Willie Henry Clark died of his wounds in France 21 April 1918


PHOTO
Ronald Beresford Clark, Private 455898

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