Malvern College First World War Casualty

Private Maurice Tredway Clarke

Photo of Maurice Tredway Clarke
House and time at Malvern: No 7, 1896 - 1897.

Regiment: Canadian Inf.
Died: 23 April 1915 aged 32 in Belgium. Died of wounds at Ypres.
Battle: Second Battle of Ypres. Cemetery: Vlamertinghe New Mil Cemetery 1 F 16

Born: March 22nd 1884. Son of Tredway Sydenham Clarke and Constance Clarke, of Eagle Butte, Alberta, and Westbourne Gardens, W.
Lower V—Middle V. Exhibitioner.
Exhibitioner, St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, 1902 ; B.A. (Third Class Classical Tripos) 1905 ;
Forestry Branch, Canada, 1910 ; Game Guardian for the province of Alberta 1911.

Went to Canada in 1905 and took up land near Eagle Butte , Medicine Hat , Alberta -Rancher
In 1910 he obtained an appointment under the Dominion Forestry Department which he held until September 1913.
10th Bn. Canadian Infantry .
Biography Ypres-salient Canadian great war project Eastbourne College

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