George Clark (29 June 1810 – 11 December 1874) was Archdeacon of St David's from 1867 until his death. Clark was born in the parish of St Dunstan-in-the-West and educated at University College, Oxford. He was Vicar of Cantley in Yorkshire from 1845 to 1854; and Rector of Tenby from 1854 to 1867. He died suddenly after contracting pneumonia.

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  • George Clark (29 June 1810 – 11 December 1874) was Archdeacon of St David's from 1867 until his death. Clark was born in the parish of St Dunstan-in-the-West and educated at University College, Oxford. He was Vicar of Cantley in Yorkshire from 1845 to 1854; and Rector of Tenby from 1854 to 1867. He died suddenly after contracting pneumonia. (en)
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  • George Clark (29 June 1810 – 11 December 1874) was Archdeacon of St David's from 1867 until his death. Clark was born in the parish of St Dunstan-in-the-West and educated at University College, Oxford. He was Vicar of Cantley in Yorkshire from 1845 to 1854; and Rector of Tenby from 1854 to 1867. He died suddenly after contracting pneumonia. (en)
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  • George Clark (priest) (en)
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