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Clovelly Church Choir (1820-1826)

The following list of names, described as having been taken "from an old parish note book", was given in Vol 4 of the Clovelly Chronicles, one of a series of scrap books held in the Library at Clovelly Court.

Mr Ashton
Mr Robert Ashton
John Squire, carpenter
Richd. Jennings, mason
John Ashton, farmer
James Bates, shoemaker
Thomas Ashton
J. Elseworthy, farmer
William Heard, labourer
John Heard
Nicholas Jeffrey, carrier's son
William Ashton, blacksmith's son
James Elseworthy, farmer's son
Richard Prince, jun., innkeeper
John Jennings, mason
James Jewell, ploughman
Ambrose Curtis, mason
Priscilla Jennings, mason's niece
Isabela Jennings, mason's niece
Betty Matthews, sempstress
Betty Roberts, grocer's wife
Mary Ann Heard, shopkeeper's wife
Sally Kivell, carpenter's wife
Eliza Jenkins, butcher's wife
Bridget Jennings, mason's wife

Brian Randell

25 Apr 2000