Harry J L CLARKE (1881 - ??)


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BORN 14 JUL 1881 Cosham, Hampshire

BAPTISED 14 AUG 1881 St Peter & Paul Wymering (CHU15/1B/2)

Family emigrtated to Toronto Ontario Canada 1921 fro Liverpool, on the "Victorian"

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FATHER Harry CLARKE 1856 - 1951

MOTHER Jane Emma HALL 1859 - 1918


SIBLINGS: Charles CLARKE - , Edith CLARKE - ??, George CLARKE -

We have 51 ancestors for Harry, 47 for his father Harry, 2 for his mother Jane. We can go back 14 generations to Edward Chrysnes - during the reign of Henry VIII. We have 7 descendents for Harry. We have 786 people in this family tree with 98 different surnames, including 50 called CLARKE. CLARKE is the 2nd most common name in our tree.

Harry is 1st cousin twice removed to Paul Leslie CLARKE

More Clarke genealogy / CLARKE tree information at Clarkeology.com.

As well as the last names and tree structure, there's more searchable commentary, which should be neatly linked to these pages, on the message board.

Clarke tree information maintained by Bazzer, Mahon tree info curated by The wife. If you can give help with our tree, or would like any more info, leave a message, or email me (Pauly) and I'll pass it on.

The name Harry Clarke keeps cropping up doesn't it? Clare's famed great grand uncle the stained glass artist, but also there are several other Harry Clarkes (Harrys Clarke? Harries Clarke..?) throughout the family. Some more closely related to me than others. Some of them are Henry, though we seem to have more people known as Harry Clarke than Henry Clarke.

Don't forget we have the last name Clarke and Clark in Paul's family tree and Clarkes (and Clarks) in Clare's family tree too. Clare's great grandmothers original name was Clarke. There is no link that we have found so far, no Clare and I were not related before we were married... Clarke is a jolly common name so good luck if you are also tracing your Clarke tree...

any link? hi my name is James Clarke, i live Carrickfergus , Northern Ireland. I was wondering am I... [Sat 25 October 2003]

Mahon Family Tree Mahon Family Tree here... A work in progress. See Clare Mahon , the artist Harry Clarke , or... [Wed 29 October 2003]

RE: any link? Hi James, Although the Clarke name does have Irish / Scottish origins we don't have, apart... [Wed 5 November 2003]

I noticed someone searching for Clarke and Rainey the other day it showed up on the logs as they clicked on one of these pages, was it yoU? [Wed 5 November 2003]

Clarke family Ireland There's a lot more Irish Clarke's on Clare's family tree pages, including famed artist Harry... [Tue 30 December 2003]

RE: any link? [Sun 11 January 2004]

William HALL hi, My great grandparents were a william hall and jane hall who lived in west tisted... [Sat 17 January 2004]

I think Dad tried to reply and something went wrong It's best if you email him, baz@nme.com It sounds to me that there could be some connection in... [Thu 22 January 2004]

RE: William HALL Hi Peter, Our Jane Emma Hall was b1859 in Emsworth Hants. Her father was William Hall and he... [Thu 22 January 2004]

RE: Clarke family Ireland I am trying to trace the ancestry of my grandfather, Samuel Boyd Clarke, born April 22 1882 in N.... [Fri 6 February 2004]

Ancestors Hello, My name is Keith Morgan and I live in Melbourne Aust. My Great grandfather was a Charles... [Wed 11 February 2004]

RE: Ancestors Hi Keith, Most of our "old" Clarke's were born in Cosham , Widley . Our Charles was a son of... [Wed 11 February 2004]

John WINDEBANK hi my name is mrs jackie walder and I live in kent I am trying to trace my late husband'a tree... [Fri 27 February 2004]

RE: John WINDEBANK Hi Jackie, It is frustrating when you find the same names as yours on other peoples websites.It... [Fri 27 February 2004]

Harry Cosbey Clarke Do you have any record of my grandfather HARRY COSBEY CLARKE of England? Best Regards Jim Clarke [Tue 27 July 2004]

Hi Jim,
Not one of ours, sorry.
Hi Jim, Not one of ours, sorry. Bazzer [Tue 27 July 2004]

Harry Clarke What is the date of birth of the harry you are looking for? There is a Harry Clarke from... [Tue 9 November 2004]

A different Harry Clarke We have three Harry Clarkes , but I don't think this is any of them. This Harry Clarke we have... [Tue 9 November 2004]

Hi fellow Clarke,
We are not looking for Harry Clarke.I know who mine are Our Harry was born 1856 in Cosham, was a Brewer then a dairy farmer....
Hi fellow Clarke, We are not looking for Harry Clarke.I know who mine are Our Harry was born 1856... [Wed 10 November 2004]

harry clarke i live in birmingham age 45, my father william henry clarke was known as harry. [Thu 18 November 2004]

Harry Clarke My father, grandfather and great grandfather are all named William Harry Clarke. They originate... [Tue 8 February 2005]

Not very likely Matt Not very likely Matt [Tue 8 February 2005]

Damn I had a really good headline in mind for this SO, went to Ireland at the weekend, and it was very nice! Here will follow my little review of... [Tue 31 May 2005]

Headline? ...The Irish Rover? *ouch* [Tue 31 May 2005]

BTW did you know that "Dirty Old Town" was about Salford. learnt that in a bar called "Maggie o'Brien's when we were in Spain BTW did you know that "Dirty Old Town" was about Salford. learnt that in a bar called "Maggie... [Tue 31 May 2005]

I did know that Only because it came up in a pub quiz a couple of months back; Clare knew it, I talked her out... [Tue 31 May 2005]

New Bluggcast There's a new Bluggcast , I listened on the way in today. Still a bit squeamish about the funny... [Fri 3 June 2005]

Joshua Joseph CLARK Re: Joshua Joseph CLARK We have made a documentary on the life of Harry Clarke, it fatures his... [Fri 5 August 2005]

Harry Clarke on Ebay Just searching on a whim and I found this Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales , illustrated by Harry... [Mon 17 July 2006]

RE: Harry Clarke on Ebay Don't go mad bidding right now as there are 5 days to go, you will only push the price up. When I... [Tue 18 July 2006]

I don't want it now, I can't afford it I went a bit mad pushing the price up for fun, and now I might get stuck with it, gah... As you... [Tue 18 July 2006]

Bidding's started on Faust Faust, illustrated by Harry Clarke , a first edition I think from 1925. I love the pictures on... [Tue 18 July 2006]

RE: Harry Clarke on Ebay I see the book went for 67 [Tue 25 July 2006]

Yep, I'm going to be in trouble Jim wanted it when I told him about it, I said hold on and see what it goes for and we'll know... [Tue 25 July 2006]

Harry Clarke print Here's another little tinker selling A rare Harry Clarke print - looks like actually a page cut... [Tue 12 September 2006]

Original Harry Clarke artwork I was just browsing ABE Books for Harry Clarke , as I knew they had some signed first editions... [Tue 12 September 2006]

Another Harry Clarke on Ebay This signed copy of Faust just went for $600 - copies do go for thousands on ABE . I didn't... [Tue 12 September 2006]

Harry Clarke auction frenzy Harry Clarke auction is kicking off, Hans Christian Anderson's Fairy Tales , lots of bids and... [Thu 28 September 2006]

Another Harry Clarke auction Hans Anderson's Fairy Tales , with colour plates intact. Low price, but high postage. Still... [Sun 1 October 2006]

Harry Clarke live auction There's a "live auction" soon for a study in pencil for "Madonna of the Woods" ... credited on... [Mon 2 October 2006]

Harry Clarke at the V&A Well spotted Mum and Dad, there is a Harry Clarke at the Victoria and Albert museum :... [Thu 5 October 2006]

RE: Harry Clarke live auction I see this went for 1616.08 [Mon 9 October 2006]

Was it you? I hope it was someone following a link from here, I earn a bit of a commission then... [Tue 10 October 2006]

I went to the Victoria and Albert museum Here's my picture of the window: The sign next to it does say "From the studio of Harry... [Fri 13 October 2006]

Harry Clarke watercolours Firstly this painting of a dancing lady , bids open at $2000... It's the selling auction house... [Thu 19 October 2006]

Charles Perrault fairy tales, in Dutch Illustrated by Harry Clarke , Check it out here ... Henry "Harry" Patrick Clarke... [Sun 12 November 2006]

RE: Charles Perrault fairy tales, in Dutch No 8 Picture from the bottom looks like harry put himself in it? [Mon 13 November 2006]

Sorry for not replying sooner! Seen it, not so sure myself though... [Mon 20 November 2006]

Tales of mystery and imagination No family tree updates for a little while, though I'm off to investigate The Grants of... [Tue 16 January 2007]

Harry Clarke colour plates Not heard of this book before: HARRY CLARKE "Queens" Text by J M Synge. 8vo Mountrath: The... [Sun 21 January 2007]

Live auction for a signed and numbered Harry Clarke Clarke (Harry) .- Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von) Faust, one of 1000 copies signed by the artist,... [Tue 17 April 2007]

RE: any link? Des Rainey calling - des@earlymath.com - and if you are related to Deirdre Bell you will be a... [Sat 20 December 2008]

RE: any link? Any link to Clarke's of South Africa and Namibia? Contact me at abeukes@unam.na Namibia Thank... [Tue 6 January 2009]

Paul Clarke


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