b Worcester c1749, d Bromsgrove, Worcs. 1809. Not to be confused with Jeremiah Clarke (c1674–1707). Having been Organist of St Philip’s Birmingham (now the cathedral) for nearly 40 years from 1765 to 1803, he went back, briefly as it turned out, to Worcester as Cathedral Organist 1806–07. He was also a harpsichordist and violinist, and published from Worcester in 1763 Eight Songs with Instrumental Parts. BMus (Oxford?) 1799. No.8 (see notes).