2 edition of history of Clare, Suffolk. found in the catalog.
history of Clare, Suffolk.
Gladys Amy Thornton
|LC Classifications||DA690 C614 T5 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||241|
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Clare is a beautiful village in Suffolk; perhaps the finest of the string of chocolate-box villages in the south of the is on the north bank of the River Stour which divides Suffolk from is a place with more history to it than many a sizable town. Clare is to be found fourteen miles from Bury St Edmunds and nine miles from Sudbury. Clare Town Council and Ancient House Museum are just two of those involved in the Clare 'Making History' project. Pictured is Clare town councillor Tony : Gemma Jarvis.
The best poems by John Clare selected by Dr Oliver Tearle. John Clare () has been called the greatest nature poet in the English language (by, for instance, his biographer Jonathan Bate), and yet his life – particularly his madness and time inside an asylum later in his life – tends to overshadow his poetry. Situated along the River Stour in Suffolk, the small town of Clare sits testament to the rich history woven throughout East Anglia. This history lays across a sprawling spectrum of industries, with everything from cloth making to agriculture featured in tourist guides across the globe.
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A history of Clare, Suffolk [Gladys A Thornton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Gladys A Thornton. Part II. Studies in the history of the town and manor; Part III. The Suffolk cloth trade, with special reference to Clare; Appendix I. Entry in Domesday Book, for Clare Manor; Appendix II.
List of bailiffs, constables and aletasters for Clare Borough; Appendix III. Summary of the conveyances of the Clare Common pasture lands; Appendix IV. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
portance is the Domesday Book, wherein Clare is described simply as a manor, containing twenty-four carucates,2 which was large in size as compared with the average Suffolk manor. Clare manor was more extensive than the present-day parish, for it included, in addition to the hamlet of Chilton towards the north, a part of the neighbouring village.
A Short History of Clare Suffolk. (Produced in ) A valuable summary and occasional updating of the larger book, available from Suffolk. book of Clare. WARD, J. English noblewomen of the later Middle Ages (Longmans, ). Although not solely on Clare, this contains much about Elizabeth de Burgh, who often lived at Clare castle.
CLARE SCRIBE. This website aims to help people explore and understand the history of CLARE and SUFFOLK by making available: translations of old documents from the Latin; transcriptions of old documents in English; a list of people mentioned in the documents; items of further interest; sources of.
History. Clare was recorded in the Domesday Book as Clara. ‘Always a market. Now 43 burgesses’ – an astonishingly high number, because at the time very few Suffolk towns had any burgesses or freemen, let alone The entry listed 37 acres (15 ha) of meadow, woodland for 12 swine, a mill, 5 arpents of vineyard (an arpent was 4–6 acres) and sheep.
Parish History [edit | edit source]. CLARE (St. Peter and St. Paul), a market-town and parish, in the union and hundred of Risbridge, W. division of Suffolk, 15 miles (S. W.) from Bury St. Edmund's, and 55½ (N. by N.) from are places of worship for Baptists and Independents.
Refer to the works listed in Suffolk Gazetteers or England Gazetteers for source material. Clare Castle is a high-mounted ruinous medieval castle in the parish and former manor of Clare in Suffolk, England, anciently the caput of a feudal was built shortly after the Norman Conquest of England in by Richard Fitz Gilbert, having high motte and bailey and later improved in stone.
In the 14th century it was the seat of Elizabeth de Clare, one of the wealthiest women in. Originally a Norman family, they took their name from Clare in Suffolk where their first castle, and the seat of their barony, was situated. By the thirteenth century, the family held vast estates in Wales, Ireland, and twenty two English counties - so there was little chance.
Clare, Suffolk [Hatton, David] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Clare, SuffolkAuthor: David Hatton. The visitations of Suffolk made by Hervey, Clarenceux,Cooke, Clarenceux,and Raven, Richmond herald,with notes and an appendix of additional Suffolk pedigrees The Brights of Suffolk England represented in America by the Descendants of Henry Bright, Jun., who came to New England inand settled in Watertown, Massachusetts.
History of Clare We have been lucky enough to be given permission by David Hatton to post his book about the history of Clare on the Clare-UK Website. David's book is an extensive collection of historical events and circumstances, which have over the years shaped the town of Clare.
The book is presented in separate volumes. Stoke-by-Clare, a parish, with a village, in Suffolk, on the river Stour, and on the G.E.R., 2½ miles WSW of Clare. It has a station on the railway, and a post office under Sudbury; money order and telegraph office, Clare.
Acreage, ; population, There is a parish council consisting of seven members. The manor belongs to the Elwes family. Clare, a small market-town and a parish in Suffolk. The town stands on the river Stour and the G.E.R., on which it has a station, 9½ miles WNW of Sudbury.
It dates from early Saxon times, was a frontier town of the kingdom of East Anglia, had a castle in the time of Edward the Confessor, and gave the title of Earl to the descendants of Richard. Clare Castle Was Built By A Norman Knight Clare Castle, first built in the 11th century by Richard FitzGilbert, a Norman knight who was rewarded by William the Conqueror with large estates in Suffolk, Essex and Kent.
The motte at about 60 feet high is one of the highest in the country. Richard Fitz Gilbert was with the Conqueror in and did rather nicely from the whole affair, acquiring more than holdings including Tonbridge in Kent and Clare in Suffolk.
The Domesday Book identifies him as a very wealthy man indeed. Parish History Edit. CLARE (St. Peter and St.
Paul), a market-town and parish, in the union and hundred of Risbridge, W. division of Suffolk, 15 miles (S. W.) from Bury St. Edmund's, and 55½ (N. by N.) from are places of worship for Baptists and Independents.
Refer to the works listed in Suffolk Gazetteers or England Gazetteers for source material. In Richard de Clare, 1st Earl of Hertford moved the Benedictine Priory that had been established at his castle in Clare to Stoke-by-Clare.
The Priory, which was controlled by the monastery of Bec in Normandy, enjoyed by rents from 17 parishes in the Hundred Years' War the Prior's revenues were in part diverted to the English crown and in the Priory was replaced by. Stoke by Clare, Suffolk Villages & Towns - History, Genealogy & Trade Directories.
Suffolk Villages Home Page | Ipswich Borough & Suffolk Hundreds |Suffolk Villages and Towns A - Z. Stoke by Clare Public Houses. Stoke-by-Clare inis a large and well-built village, pleasantly situated on the north bank of the river Stour, 2 1/2 miles W.S.W of Clare, and 7 miles E.S.E.
of Haverhill, has in. On the south-west corner of St Peter and St Paul’s churchyard, the Ancient House stands in picturesque Clare, a historic market town in the rolling Suffolk countryside. Somerleyton Hall and Framlingham Castle are both in driving distance from Clare if you are looking for a historical day out during your stay.Clare Town Council cannot reply to any requests for help with family history.
Clare Ancient House Museum holds a marvellous history of Clare, but does not provide genealogical information. It has a CD on sale that includes census information fromand plus other collections.In his son Richard de Clare, 3rd Lord of Clare (sometimes called Earl of Hereford), moved the monastic community from Clare Castle to Stoke-by-Clare, in Suffolk, located in the valley of the River Stour, about two miles west of Clare.
Dependency of Bec Abbey.