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New Parish Wildlife Website
Posted by: Martyn on Tuesday, October 09, 2012 - 07:39 PM BST
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Community Index A new wildlife website has been set up to record and showcase the wildlife and green spaces of Clawson, Hose & Harby parish . The website is run by Leicestershire charity NatureSpot, with the support of Leicestershire County Council and sponsors.



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Clawson Lodge
Posted by: Martyn on Tuesday, October 09, 2012 - 08:26 AM BST
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History I am researching the Hart's who lived in Long Clawson and were farmers.

Mary Hart lived at Clawson Lodge in 1871 and farmed 120 acres after the death of her husband in 1870. Prior to that the family lived at Harts Lodge Milton Road.

Has anyone got any pictures of Clawson Lodge? Would it be possible to forward them to webmaster@long-clawson.com and any other details you may have of the Hart family or Hart's Lodge. I have traced them back to 1794, with the birth of Richard Hart who married Mary Cooke in 1821, and his parents were Thomas Hart and Mary, but no dates as yet.


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Posted by: Martyn on Sunday, October 07, 2012 - 11:38 AM BST
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Clawsons in Long Clawson?
Posted by: Martyn on Sunday, October 07, 2012 - 08:27 AM BST
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History Hello! My name is Christine Mikeska and, on my mother's side, I'm of the Clawson clan. I'm American but my great uncle has done quite a bit of genealogical research and concluded that our family most likely originated in Long Clawson, England and before that, Denmark. It was through his research that I became aware of Long Clawson and have always been interested in the place itself.

I am currently a freshman archaeology/anthropology student at Boston University and for my Anthropology class I have a project in which I come up with a research project and submit a proposal (without actually having to do the field work and actual project). I was thinking of perhaps doing the significance of land to a culture or the bond that people feel toward the land and I thought that Long Clawson would be an interesting place to set the project, considering the population is so small yet there's so much history. From what I know, and this may be completely wrong, the Danish came and took over half of England sometime during the middle ages and Long Clawson was one of their settlements and with that settlement came the Clawsons themselves. I was wondering if there are still any Clawsons living in the village itself? Of course, the project would still be feasible if not but if so it would be an interesting dicotomy to study a people who were originally Danish but then came to England and felt such a connect to the land that they stayed for over a thousand years.

Any info you can give would be much appreciated!

Thank you,
Christine Mikeska


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Jumble Sale
Posted by: Martyn on Monday, September 17, 2012 - 09:42 PM BST
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What's On Last July, the pre-school group held a jumble sale on a Sunday in the village hall. Do you know whether a similar event will take place during 2012? If so, when will it take place?

Kind regards
Andy

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