Barry - Morning - Here is my printout on Mr. and Mrs. Clarke - I hope that ithelps?
Clarke, Mr. Charles V. Missing. Picture in the Hampshire Post, Cosham.
There is a fine plaque in his memory in the St Peters and Paul Church, Wymering, Sussex. UK.
also he is named on his wife's gravestone (see below).
Aged 29 years.
Dairyman going to California.
CLARKE, Mrs. Ada Maria. Saved in Lifeboat number 14. (Wife of above). Colaba, Grange Lane, Netley Abbey, Southampton, Hampshire.
Sister of Mrs. Ada West, who survived the Titanic with her two daughters, sadly her husband was lost in the disaster.
Returned to England on 25th April 1912 via SS Celtic.
(From: Mansion House Titanic Relief Fund Booklet, March 1913)
Number P. Clarke, Ada, widow received £1 0s 0d. per week.
(From The Emergency and Relief booklet by the American Red Cross, 1913).
No. 76. (English). A dairy man, 29 years old, was drowned. He was accompanied by his wife, who was saved, and intended to settle in California. There are no children. The widow estimated the property loss at $1,200; from other relief funds in this country she received $250. She returned to England in April, and from the English funds was granted a pension of 20 shillings a week.
Died in 1959 and in interred in the churchyard of the Church of Holy Trinity, Weston Lane, Weston, Southampton. The inscription reads:
Ada Marie Clarke passed away February 8th 1959 aged 69 years. Survivor of the Titanic disaster 1912.
Also Charles V. Clarke, her beloved husband who lost his life on the Titanic. Reunited. Also In loving memory of their daughter May West 1963 aged 77 years.
Best regards - Brian J. Ticehurst Southampton UK.