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Clovelly Choir c1828

North Devon Record Office (NDRO 1058A/PW 2)

Transcribed by Brian Randell and Sally Drage

Provided here by kind permission of the Revd. Andrew J. Richardson

Violoncello Mr. Ashton left 1826
Violin Mr. Robert Ashton
Brother to Farmer A.
   
Bass singers  
John Squite Carpenter
Richard Jennings Mason
John Ashton Burston, Farmer, comes to Church about once in a quarter of a year
Thos. Ashton Very nosey in Voice
James Bates Shoemaker
J. Ebseworthy Farmer - good Voice
William Heard Labourer
John Heard  
Nich. Jeffrey Carrier's Son
Willm. Ashton Servt. to Blacksmith ...[?] farm work
James Ebseworthy Son to Farmer E.
Richard Prince Junr. Innkeeper &c
John Jennings Mason
James Jewel our Ploughman Farmer J[?] Son
Ambrose Curtis Mason
   
Trebles  
Priscilla Jennings Mason's Niece
Isabella Jennings The Mason's Der
Betty Mathews Sempstress
Betty Roberts The Groom's [?] Wife
Mary Ann Heard Shopkeeper's Der
Sally Kivell Carpenter's Der
Eliza Jenkins Butcher J Der
Bridget Jennings Mason's 2nd De