Stark, David

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Stark, David

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David Stark was born in Glasgow on 1st November 1896, one of children of Annie Stark (née Kerr) and Thomas Stark, a tailor journeyman. Stark attended The Glasgow School of Art from 1912 to 1914 as an evening student of drawing and painting course (during 1912-13 session), and from 1913-14 as an evening architecture student. During his studies his occupation is noted as Apprentice Architect and his address at that time was given as St Vincent Street, Glasgow.

During the First World War, Stark served as a Private in 17th Battalion (3rd Glasgow) of the Highland Light Infantry, and his regiment number was 15433. He was killed in action in France or Flanders on 1st July 1916. David Stark is commemorated on The Glasgow School of Art's First World War Roll of Honour.

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