Reverend Francis Storer Clark (19 January 1836 - 13 March 1909)

The son of Robert Clark, a surgeon of Farnham, Surrey, he was eduacted at St John's College, Cambridge, graduating with a BA in 1858 and Ma in 1861.

He was ordained as a deacon in 1859 and as a priest in the Diocese of Norwich in 1860. He was a curate in Ipswich until 1863 and Secretary of the Christian Missionary Society from 1865.

In 1870 he moved to London where he became Vicar of St Peter's, Greenwich, a post he held until his death. He was made an honorary canon of Southwark Cathedral in 1906.

Member of the London School Board, elected for Greenwich 1897 1900.

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