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|Unit=Royal Scots, No enlistment date, Trf Black Watch 25/9/1940, BW358/4/84, Posted 1 TS, Posted 1st Bn  Black Watch, KILLED in ACTION NW Europe 19/7/44, Serial No. 391.
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|Unit=Joined the Royal Scots, no enlistment date as yet.  Transferred to the Black Watch 25/9/1940, BW358/4/84, Posted to the 1st Tyneside Scottish.  Served Iceland?  Served Normandy.  Posted to the 1st Bn  Black Watch - possibly on the disbanding of 70th Brigade.  KILLED in ACTION NW Europe 19/7/44, Serial No. 391.
|Died/Killed in action=19-Jul-44
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|Joined Brigade=Probably 25/9/1940.
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|Died/Killed in action=19-Jul-44.
 
|Home address=Son of David and Jane Martin Clarke, husband of Alice Clarke of Elphinstone, East Lothian.  Buried Grave III.B.13. St Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux.
 
|Home address=Son of David and Jane Martin Clarke, husband of Alice Clarke of Elphinstone, East Lothian.  Buried Grave III.B.13. St Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux.
 
|Source table=1TS
 
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Sam Clarke is mentioned in Dr Tom Renouf's autobiography "Black Watch".

Latest revision as of 11:54, 15 August 2019

Personnel Entry

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Name Clarke Samuel
Army number 3061034
Rank L/Cpl
Decorations
Date of birth
Age 0
Unit Joined the Royal Scots, no enlistment date as yet. Transferred to the Black Watch 25/9/1940, BW358/4/84, Posted to the 1st Tyneside Scottish. Served Iceland? Served Normandy. Posted to the 1st Bn Black Watch - possibly on the disbanding of 70th Brigade. KILLED in ACTION NW Europe 19/7/44, Serial No. 391.
Company/Battery
Platoon or other sub-unit
Task or role
Joined Brigade Probably 25/9/1940.
Promotions
Wounded
Prisoner of War
Died/Killed in action 19-Jul-44.
Home address Son of David and Jane Martin Clarke, husband of Alice Clarke of Elphinstone, East Lothian. Buried Grave III.B.13. St Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux.
Source table 1TS


Sam Clarke is mentioned in Dr Tom Renouf's autobiography "Black Watch".