Herbert Fuller-Clark

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Herbert Fuller-Clark
Died27 September 1934 (age 65)
Anerley, Surrey
BuildingsBlack Friar

Harold Herbert Fuller-Clark (1869 – 27 September 1934) was a British Arts and Crafts architect.


Fuller-Clark was the architect responsible, in 1905, for the ground floor interior of the Black Friar, a Grade II* listed public house at 174 Queen Victoria Street, Blackfriars, London.[1]

Fuller-Clark also designed Boulting's Offices at Riding House Street, which OUP describe as "a remarkably free composition", as well as 40 and 41a Foley Street, London in about 1908. In 1912, he appeared to have been in Jamaica.[2]

Personal life[edit]

A member of Nautilus SC, he won the Surrey County Water Polo Association Senior Competitions in 1903 and 1904, having won other swimming and water polo medals in 1891 (as Captain H F Clark), 1899, 1902 and 1903. [3]

On 3 June 1911, he married Alice Maud Tewson (1878–1957). They had a son, Second Lieutenant Herbert Tewson Fuller-Clark (1913-24.3.1942) who served in the Royal Indian Army Service Corps: he was killed in India and is buried in the Delhi War Cemetery.[4]

He died in 1934 in Anerley, Surrey - reportedly on 27 September but his death was registered in Bromley, Kent in the July–August quarter, 1934.[5]


  1. ^ Jephcote, Geoff Brandwood & Jane (2008). London heritage pubs : an inside story. St. Albans: Campaign for Real Ale. pp. 28–30. ISBN 9781852492472.
  2. ^ "Herbert Fuller-Clark". Oxford Reference. OUP. Retrieved 14 January 2014.
  3. ^ Medals in possession of David Pollock and see http://www.david-pollock.me.uk/docs/Orton%20&%20Tewson.htm
  4. ^ See https://www.cwgc.org/find-war-dead/casualty/2177223/fuller-clark,-herbert-tewson/
  5. ^ England & Wales, Death Index, 1837–2005 https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-10444-60055469/herbert-fullerclark-in-england-wales-death-index?s=304301141. Retrieved 18 December 2018. Missing or empty |title= (help)