George Clarke
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"George Clarke" (1661–1736), the son of William Clarke (English politician)/Sir William Clarke, enrolled at Brasenose College, Oxford in 1676. He was elected a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford in 1680. He became Judge Advocate to the British Army/Army and was William III of England's Secretary at War from 1690 to 1704. He served as secretary to consort of Anne, Queen of Great Britain/Queen Anne and the Lord High Admiral and Generalissimo of England, Prince George of Denmark, Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty from 20 December 1710 until 14 October 1714.

He was also an amateur architect. His known work is largely confined to Oxford, he is known to have worked with Nicholas Hawksmoor.

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The members of Selected Independent Funeral Homes view this alliance with Larry Cappetto as an opportunity to publicly acknowledge, on local and national levels, the many contributions and sacrifices of the WWII veterans, and to instill in people everywhere the pride and gratitude that the veterans truly deserve.

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