Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Warwick Cemetery

Inscription

And of

Arthur Durham

Youngest son of the above

Who fell on the battlefield in France

July 16th 1915

Aged 35

Place of Inscription

Warwick Cemetery

Warwickshire

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Arthur Clark

Durham

1879

Warwick, Warwickshire

16th July 1915

Killed in action within a few days of arrival at Cape Helles on Gallipoli

35

Helles Memorial, Gallipoli

First World War

Serjeant

6th Battalion South Lancashire Regiment

Served in the Boer War. His date of death is an interesting movable force - the war diary gives no illuminating information as to his correct date of death - CWGC states that it is 13th July, his family the 16th July. He was also a drummer and musician. NB The date of death understood by Arthur's family and the official date of his death on CWGC are different - I suspect that Arthur's family might have known more than official records but I leave that for others to speculate... but then again France isn't Gallipoli?

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6th Battalion South Lancashire Regiment

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