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1914-15 Star, (201604 P.O.1. R.N.). 201604 Chief Petty Officer W. H. Clarke, Royal Navy - £185.00

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ConditionEF
DocumentsYes
BoxedNo
Product ID1031927

Recipient

NameW. H. Clarke
RankChief Petty Officer
UnitRoyal Navy
Regimental No.201604

Attached Medals

1914-15 Star
Notes(201604 P.O.1. R.N.)
British War Medal
Victory Medal
Notes(201604. Act. C.P.O. R.N.)
Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
TypeGeorge V, 1st type Admirals bust, 1911-1930
Notes(201603 P.O. H.M.S. Hannibal.)

George Albert Clarke was born at Lowestoft on the 5th May 1872, his profession was a fisher boy, he joined the Royal Navy on the 5th May 1890. He served on Impregnable, Defiance, Vivid and Blanche in the early part of his career. He is entitled to the East and West Africa with the two bars as listed, the roll has his surname down as Clark his number still corresponds correctly.

For his WW1 service he serves aboard Pembroke I, Duncan, Crescent and Woolwich. He receives his Long Service medal whilst serving on H.M.S. Duncan in 1916. He is demobilised on the 3rd March 1919.After the war he became a licencee of the Jolly Anglers at Fritton (sold with photocopied newspaper cutting) and copied service papers and copy of medal roll showing entitlement for the first medal. With a Comrades of the Great War badge