1 edition of Edward Cludd, 1603-1678 found in the catalog.
Edward Cludd, 1603-1678
by (Southwell Minster) in (Southwell) ((c/o Sydney Wood (Southwell) Limited, Market Place, Southwell, Notts.))
Written in English
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Edward Cludd (–) was a Justice of the Peace and Knight of the Shire for the County of Nottingham during the Interregnum. He supported the Parliamentary cause in the English Civil War.
Biography. Cludd was born at Arnold and lived in the house he built called Norwood Park. As a Justice of the Peace, he married many persons under an oak in Norwood Park, which became known as "Cludd. Buy Edward Cludd, Cromwellian, Man of Affairs, Land Speculator by Southwell Minster (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The White book (Liber Albus) of Southwell (Book) The history and antiquities of the collegiate church of Southwell Edward Cludd, Cromwellian, man of affairs, land speculator (Book). on Edward Cludd’s residence. Edward Cludd’s Cludd built what Thoroton calls ‘a pretty brick house’.
In all probability it sat on a terrace close to the cricket square on the pond side (see copy of map). At the return of the monarchy in the park was returned to the Archbishop but Cludd was able to continue.
Edward Cludd (Master General of London) purchased Norwood Park for £ in He built for himself "a pretty little brick house" in which he resided for the rest of his life. As a Civil Magistrate, Edward Cludd conducted many marriage ceremonies beneath a large Oak Tree, thence called Cludd.
Nottingham Forest football fan Mr David Robert Smith (64), of Beresford Road, Mansfield Woodhouse, was buried in the town's cemetery after a service at St Edmund's Church, Mansfield Woodhouse.
A list of books and articles on aspects of Southwell's history is available on the Nottinghamshire Bibliography Online.
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Edward Cludd, Esquire, of Norwood Park, near Southwell, represented Nottinghamshire in the "Barebones" Parliament ofand again in the Parliament of He was a native of Arnold, and was baptised at Arnold Church in —the entry in the Register, being translated, is:— The day and month are undecipherable.
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Francis Frith John Cleare Frank Mason Good John. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. I attended Thurgarton CofE School until the Edward Cludd School opened in (?) In Form 2 to begin with (Mr Reece) and then progressed through 2a, 3a, and finally to 4a.
When I was at Thurgarton School boys of my age group in village schools throughout the catchment area attended the National School in Southwell one day each week for woodwork.
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See All Books I use to go to school there. My final school was the Edward Cludd. Which is called the minster now. The (Read full memory) With thanks to jwkkkkkkkkkk for this memory of Southwell Share your own memory Leave a comment Added 27 April Thanks to Craig Scothern who has sent a scan of an old postcard that he has had for over 40 years.
It is of Oxton church taken around at a guess by A J Loughton from Southwell. The road looks slightly different now and the tree has gone. There is also a scan of.
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joined Nottinghamshire CC to be trained as a Craft Teacher. Spent six years working in Southwell at the Edward Cludd then returned to Norfolk and taught for 27 years at.
In early medieval times a Deer Park was created in a tract of woodland pasture, notable for its fine specimen oak trees and fish ponds, by enclosing it within an earthwork that still Cludd, the estate manager at the time of the Civil War, used his friendship with Oliver Cromwell to acquire the Park.
Edward Cludd of Orlton esquire, a relative of the Brookes, gained the lease of the estate from the Shropshire Committee in I do not know the exact date, but it was probably in the Spring of that year. Cludd was described as `a gentleman of worth and quality' by the Shropshire sequestration commissioners in A Message Across Time I knew one day you would be here, To stand so quietly at my feet, Then place a flower upon my grave, From you to me, how sweet.
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