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Charles Edward Clark

Portrait from Dec 1900 Wellington College magazine, Wellingtonian

Portrait photo Charles Edward Clark

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Identity

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    Charles Edward AWMM
  • Surname
    Clark AWMM
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    Male AWMM
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    21 December 1878 AWMM
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    South Africa Feb 1900 AWMM Railway employee AWMM
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  • At College in 1893 and 1894. After leaving College, served his apprenticeship for five years in the Manawatu Railway Company’s workshops. Going to Scotland, he entered the service of the Highland Railway Company, and was stationed at Inverness. In February, 1900, he joined as trooper the force raised for special service by Lord Lovat and attached to Macdonald’s Highland Brigade, known as Lovat’s Scouts. He served under Captain Tytler, but was invalided to Maitland for a month through a severe attack of dysentery. He was then attached to the 18th Hussars and on the capture of the rolling stock at Barberton by General French, volun­teered ns engine-driver, and is now in the railway workshops at that place. - From the Wellingtonian, the magazine of Wellington College, Dec 1900. AWMM
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