Left: J. F. P. Clarke
Right: His grave at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax, N.S. (© Bill Fowler, Canada).
Mr John Frederick Preston Clarke of 22 Tunstall street, Smithdown road, Liverpool was Bass Violist with the ship's orchestra.
Mr Clarke died in the disaster. His body was recovered (#202) and buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Halifax on 8 May 1912.
NO. 202 - MALE - ESTIMATED AGE, 35. - BLACK HAIR, NO MARKS
CLOTHING - Grey overcoat; grey muffler; uniform, green facing; green socks; crucifix.
EFFECTS - Diamond pin; gold watch; keys; knife; sovereign case, No. 2; pocketbook; memo book;; 8s.; gold ring, marked "J.F.P.C."
NAME - J.F.P.CLARKE
Record of Bodies and Effects - Passengers and Crew S.S. Titanic (#202)
Bob Knuckle, Canada
Chris Dohany, USA
|(1912)||CONCERT BY THE APOLLO CLUB, BROOKLYN IN AID OF MUSICIANS' FAMILIES|
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|Worcester Evening Gazette (1912)||BRAVE MUSICIANS OF SHIP MEET FATE TRYING TO DROWN CRIES OF THE PERISHING PASSENGERS|
|Titanic Research (2004)||TITANIC'S BAND: KILLING THEM SOFTLY.|