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Hello

I wonder if anyone in Long Clawson can help me.

I was a colleague and friend of Rosie Hebden during the 70’s. Rosie was an artist and Lecturer at Clifton College of Education, and she lived at Rose Cottage, Long Clawson. I was a technician in the art dept of Clifton College and my husband was a student, training to be an art teacher.  Rosie took us under her wing and we spend many a weekend helping her in her garden in return for beautiful vegetarian meals and fresh veg from her garden.  We moved away from Nottingham in 1980 and visited her for a few years after that.  We did receive a letter from a friend of Rosies’ telling us of her death.

Rosie was an inspiration to us both, – giving me a passion to visit all the places that I had seen while projecting slides at her lectures and her art teaching inspired my husband who is now a Professor at Southampton University.  Through all our times together we never owned a painting by Rosemary. This year we are celebrating our 40th Wedding anniversary and I would love to be able to purchase one of her works and it is to this end that I am asking for your help.   Does anyone in the village remember Rosie; does anyone know what happened to her paintings when she died; does anyone own a piece of her work that they are willing to sell.

I have tried Trent Poly and Nottingham University but they were unable to help – I hope someone remembers this fantastic lady.

Look forward to hearing from you

With kind regards Jane (Foster)

IF YOU CAN HELP AT ALL PLEASE EMAIL webmaster@long-clawson.com and we will pass the information on.

THANKS

Long Clawson residents – war medals

GRIFFINsidney whittakerMike Adams is a war medal collector who has recently by chance acquired 2 groups of medals to ex Long Clawson residents, the first was a WW2 Distinguished Flying Cross group to a Pilot Officer H.T.Griffin, he resided at the Police House and was a Leics Police Inspector, Also Captain of Melton Rugby XV as well as the Leics Police Rugby team.

The second was to the Whittaker family, who resided at the Post Office. Sidney served in WW1, he had a son Dennis born in 1924 who married Edith Lounds in 1948 (she apparently served in WW2) Dennis was a member of the Buffs at Belvoir Lodge

 Any help would be much appreciated.

Please email webmaster@long-clawson.com with any information, thank you.

 

Local vicars

Can you help with photographs of local vicars and rectors. On the Harby website www.harbyvillage co.uk we aim to provide a picture of all previous of these but we are searching for Mark Turner and  Simon Bailey. They were in Long Clawson as well as here. We want to use a photo also in the  history of Harby book we are assembling. For our holdings so far see http://www.harbyvillage.co.uk/photographsocieties.htm

Leslie Cram

Harby History Group secretary

Hart family

This is an email received a while ago – can anyone help? If so please email the webmaster@long-clawson.com

Hello Wayne ……. Some time you sent an email to Lisa who has been searching my family tree. I am the son of John Hart who was the son of Thomas Hart as you will see from the attached Timeline ……. Now, I am assuming the Anne Hart who married your 5th great grandfather was indeed the daughter of Thomas Hart senior who also lived in Long Clawson ……. we think they lived in a house/farm known as Long Clawson Lodge from some time in the eighteen hundreds …… Does any of this fit within your family tree searches …… If so I would be happy to share our Family Tree findings and be interested in what you have managed to discover. I am sorry if all this does not fit and would be interested in your association with Long Clawson and the Hart’s anyway.  I feel sure there is connection somewhere!!

I am now 79 years old, very severely sight impaired (Blind) so please reply in bold making it easier for me to read ….. Sincere regards, Peter (Hughes)

Click here for the attached timeline TimelineReport Richard Hart Snr inc family events

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