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John Clarke (1825-1890) of Hudswell, Clarke and Co
of the Railway Foundry, Jack Lane, Leeds.
1890 February. Died.
1890 Obituary 
JOHN CLARKE, senior partner in the firm of Messrs. Hudswell Clarke and Co., of Hunslet, Leeds, was born at Allendale, Northumberland, on 6th February 1825.
He was appointed their manager in 1851, and continued so until 1860, when he commenced business on his own account in partnership with the late Mr. Hudswell, establishing the Railway Foundry in Jack Lane, Hunslet.
Although in delicate health for some years past, he was able to give attention to business up to the day preceding his death, which occurred on 8th February 1890, at the age of sixty-five.
He became a Member of this Institution in 1865.