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George McKerrow Clark

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George McKerrow Clark (1881-1914)

1915 Obituary [1]

GEORGE McKERROW CLARKE, born in Yorkshire on the 25thOctober, 1881, lost his life by drowning in Ceylon on the 18th May, 1914.

He was articled to Mr. R. C. Brebner, of Edinburgh, and subsequently acted as his assistant on Teignmouth Waterworks.

After a short period under the City Superintendent of Works, Edinburgh, he joined the Irrigation Department of Ceylon, and was employed for 2 years at headquarters, Trincomalee. At the date of his untimely death he was in charge of the Kirinde Oya district.

Mr. Clark was elected an Associate Member of the Institution on the 7th April, 1908.

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