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The Clarke Family - c1906
c1906

Ron Sheldon advises 02.01.2003 - ``Arthur is back right and Benny is the youngest being held by Ernest, his father.''

A young Arthur Matthew Charles Clarke, son of Arthur. - Image provided by Ron Sheldon

Arthur Matthew Charles Clarke - later licensee of the Golden Star.
(Son of Arthur Clarke, licensee of the Golden Star & Angel Gardens)

Bennie Clarke & friends.

Ernest Clarke, father of Alfred is at the extreme RH side, Benny Clarke is standing next to him.

Ron Sheldon advises.......
' They lived in Ropemakers row and then St Augustines.
Of the many children two were lost in the great war and May, the oldest girl
together with her brother, Walter went to the United States in the early
years of the last century. Elsie Clarke married Herbert Cutmore and they had
a bakery and sweet shop on Barrack St , next to the Sportsman pub.
The smart looking man (back left) is my grandfather Alfred
(Duke) Sheldon, he lived on Bignold Road most of his life and ended up on
Millers Lane close to the Angel, he played bowls for Waterloo park team for
many many years. '

ANGEL GARDENS
  GOLDEN STAR  

  
Thanks to Ron Sheldon for information & images - 02.01.2003