Winifred Clark was born in 1888 on Thorne Road. She was the daughter of Councillor W Clark, a Justice of the Peace.
In 1913 Winifred became a nurse. During the war Winifred was a full time surgical staff nurse at the Arnold Auxiliary Hospital on Thorne Road. At the Arnold she served over 10,000 hours over the course of the war. On her Red Cross Record, Winifred is listed as living on Regent Square.
At the end of the war Winifred was awarded a special Blue Ribbon (Royal Red Cross) for her service as a nurse. Her brother, Norman, was killed in action in 1916.