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Old Boys who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the Great War.

Lieutenant Paul Brooks Clarke ’10

Died: October 27, 1917

Lieut. P. B. Clarke, only son of Dr. W.F. Clarke of 2132 Queen St. E., Toronto was at U.C.C. in 1909-1910; he was 21 years old and had served nearly a year in the trenches; he went overseas with the 19th Batt. of the 2nd Contingent; he was with the machine gun section and fought for ten months, after which he was taken ill with typhoid fever; on recovery he was granted a commission and was killed in action in Flanders, Oct. 26.

College Times (Christmas 1917) pg. 19


More information about Lieutenant Paul Brooks Clarke ’10 can be found at:

Upper Canada College Roll of Service 1914-1919

Canadian Virtual War Memorial

University of Toronto Schools First World War Commemorative Project

Canadian Great War Project

Canada At War

Commonwealth War Graves Commission

The Royal British Legion – Every Man Remembered

Discover UTS

University of Toronto Roll of Service, 1914-1918

The Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies

The Varsity War Supplement 1918