does anyone have any info or pictures of clarence duckworth born 1894 killed in the 2nd battalion

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is anyone related or has any ifo or pictures on Clarence duckworth from Bradford born 1894 killed in the 2nd battalion please
in Genealogy Help by O'neill Morgan o'neill G2G6 (7.2k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

You have asked about sources in one of your later posts, this is an immediate hit I got on familysearch by just searching his name and a birth range of 1892-1896. When you attach this to his profile it appears as a direct link to the page.

"England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N1F6-ZR7 : 11 February 2018, Clarence Duckworth, ); citing Christ Church, Bradford, Lancashire, England, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 2,112,990.

The source detail is below:

Name: Clarence Duckworth
Residence Place: Bradford, Lancashire, England
Gender: Male
Christening Date: 30 Dec 1894
Christening Date (Original): 30 Dec 1894
Christening Place: Christ Church, Bradford, Lancashire, England
Father's Name: Thomas Duckworth
Mother's Name: Elizabeth Duckworth
Name: Clarence Duckworth
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 31 Mar 1901
Event Place: North Manchester, Lancashire, England
County: Lancashire
Civil Parish: North Manchester
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Paul Bradford Manchester
Sub-District: Newton
Registration District: Prestwich
Residence Note: Mill Street
Gender: Male
Age: 6
Relationship to Head of Household: Son
Birth Year (Estimated): 1895
Birthplace: Manchester, Lancashire
Schedule Type: 283
Page Number: 50

Household

Role

Sex

Age

Birthplace

Thomas Duckworth

Head

Male

44

Dudley, Worcestershire

Elizabeth Duckworth

Wife

Female

38

Satford, Lancashire

Ethel Duckworth

Daughter

Female

13

Manchester, Lancashire

Harry G Duckworth

Son

Male

11

Manchester, Lancashire

Clarence Duckworth

Son

Male

6

Manchester, Lancashire

Thomas Duckworth

Son

Male

4

Manchester, Lancashire

thanks

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Yes.I have a photo of your Clarence Duckworth. The photo is ,I believe,of the engagement of  'Clar' and Ada Crompton. He is in his uniform. In 1921 Ada married Alfred Crossley & in due course they became my Grandparents. Ada died in 1961. I know nothing about him however except from the War Graves Commission website. I would be willing to send you the original photo if you let me know how as I would like the photo to go back to his family. On the Duke of Lancasters Own Yeomanry website I have mentioned Clar as being the fiance of Ada when I gave them my Grandfather's War photos & wrote a brief piece.Also I met Lieu.-Colonel John  Tustin the webmaster should you wish to verify this -and me.
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dear sir/madam I would lv to have this photo Clarence duckworth was my great uncle could you email me at janeamy@btinternet.com please so I can send you my address thankyou so much
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Hi Jane, looking at some of your posts tonight, do you need some help specifically with WW1? You may want to join the project The Great War. Have a look at the project page. You can honour your ancestors in adding the right info in a professional way (unfortunately i believe it is known as a sticker, which i disapprove of in relation to this category!) 

Here's info i found on my first attempt..... And he's buried in Manchester, in Phillips Park Cemetery. I'm not sure where in Manchester, and its tiny! 

Private  DUCKWORTH, CLARENCE

Service Number 40162

Died 19/09/1918

Aged 23

"D" Coy. 2nd Bn. 
The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment

Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Duckworth, of Bradford, Manchester.

[Edited the font settings -- E. Smith]

by Lizzie Griffiths G2G6 Pilot (116k points)
Sorry, not sure why this has appeared in large Bold type, I'm not shouting at you :-)

Details of Phillips Park Cemetery, with location and photos, can be seen at https://www.cwgc.org/find-a-cemetery/cemetery/40412/manchester-(philips-park)-cemetery/

Cheers Paul, I should have referenced CWGC in my answer as that's where I pulled the info (just didn't get the map!). I would highly recommend the Commonwealth War Graves Commission as a source! They have helped me over and over again! Obviously its secondary but they go above and beyond to help when you contact them!
Thanks Ellen, my iPad was not playing! Apologies if this offended someone to cause them to flag the answer as inappropriate.
thanks

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