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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | A Grade I Listed Building, and is recognised as having national importance.
    of Clare in 1938 by Charles Byford to be put to a useful public purpose In 1979 a museum was established Subsequently with the help of grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and from St Edmundsbury District Council it was entirely re designed and re opened in 1999 The Museum is run by volunteers and its trustees 2016 season Thursday 24 March to Sunday 2 October Normal hours in the

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | What can you see inside…
    bridge on the Ashen Road sometimes known as the Clare Priory Bridge Our 2011 12 exhibition was on the theme of Clare during the Agricultural Depression 1870 1895 Clare Digs 2011 was a small exhibit in 2012 with some of the finds from the archaeological test pit digging that was undertaken in Clare in April and May 2011 This is being held over in 2013 because of the 2013 archaeological digs in Clare Castle undertaken as part of the Managing a Masterpiece programme For 2010 our exhibition explored how the churches of Clare adjusted to the religious and political upheavals that happened over the centuries See the News Events page for more information The Clare War Memorial Alison Krohn a resident of Clare spent over 10 years studying the histories of Clare people who were killed in action in both World Wars The details she gathered include their family backgrounds where they lost their lives and where they are buried To view these findings visit the Museum and ask to view our data base Rolling display of Museum photographs A selection of the Museum s photographs is on display It features 300 views buildings and events in Clare s history Publications about Clare available from the Museum out of our season available from Harris Harris Books High Street Clare David Hatton Clare Suffolk 2007 96 pp 10 00 p p 1 50 now issued as CD rom Walter Perry The Common at Clare 1870 2002 47 pp 3 50 p p Deborah Ridley A Clare View Ten Sketches 1 00 p p David Ridley Clare Annals of the Borough 1550 1700 n d 32 pp 2 00 p p David Ridley Clare Annals of the Borough 1605 1610 The Land War n d 16 pp 2 00 p p David

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | Our collections…
    computerised records These allow people to trace their families back to the 16th century and to discover the history of the houses and other historic buildings of Clare The records include transcripts of the wills of Clare people miscellaneous records relating to the period from 1550 to 1820 the Censuses of 1841 1851 and 1891 details histories and images of Clare s many listed buildings over 130 and cuttings from the local press 1760 to 1900 Several categories of records are viewable on the public Museum computer and are also available to purchase on CD These include 1 Clare in 1610 2 Clare 1805 to 1825 census rate reviews etc 3 Clare Houses from title deeds etc 4 Clare People miscellaneous 5 Canterbury Wills held in the National Archives 6 Clare Wills held in Suffolk Record Office Bury St Edmunds 7 The War Memorial Recently several of our exhibition booklets have been added to the computer and the CD including The Clare Reliquary Clare during the Agricultural Depression The Great Bridge of Clare The Clare Digs in 2011 and The Brick Kiln in Stoke Road Please visit the Museum or email us for further information Around the town Small paper

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | Latest News
    To commemorate VJ Day 15th August 2015 the Museum mounted a small exhibition of photographs These were collected by a Clare resident who served in the Suffolk 5th one of the regiments that suffered on the Death Railway in Burma 2016 Museum hours The Museum opens for the 2016 season on Thursday 24 March 2016 Our exhibitions will be on The History of Education in Clare and on the two de Clare barons of Magna Carta Richard de Clare Earl of Hertford and his son Gilbert de Clare Earl of Hertford and of Gloucester These form part of Continue Reading Elizabeth de Burgh Lady of Clare 1295 1360 Household and other records On May 1 2014 the Suffolk Records Society launched its latest volume a generous selection of the many records of Elizabeth de Burgh edited by Jennifer Ward Dr Ward s informative introduction is followed by sections on the Wardrobe and Household Account Clare Castle Food Hospitality and Travel Estates and Lordship and Patronage and Influence She Continue Reading New book on the de Clare family reviewed by Anne Davies Three Chevrons Red The Clares A Marcher Dynasty in Wales England and Ireland By Paul R Davis Logaston Press Little Logaston Herefordshire HR3 6Q 2013 ISBN 978 1 906663 80 3 Paperback 15 00 359 pages This book is about one of the most important families in medieval England Their English history started with the Norman Continue Reading Stoke Road excavation brick kiln from the late medieval period On exhibit in 2014 was a small display of bricks from and photographs of the 16th century kiln for bricks and tiles found by Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service s Field Team working in advance of the new housing estate on Stoke Road The developer of the estate Charles Church Persimmon

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | The Clare Town trail…
    download Around the town Clare Park Castle After the Battle of Hastings in 1066 William the Conqueror gave his cousin Richard Fitzgilbert the Manor of Clare Richard then started building Clare Castle and became known as Richard de Clare The ruin of the castle s stone keep above which was built to protect the surrounding land still remains today The spiral path around the motte leads to the keep where

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | Contact & Find us …
    there is no wheel chair access Clare Ancient House Museum 26 High Street Clare Suffolk CO10 8NY 01787 277572 clareancienthouse btinternet com Clare Ancient House Museum is a Registered Charity No 279609 Join us Become a Friend of the Museum Help promote the history of Clare its people and its buildings Help keep this Grade I listed building open to the public Email us for further details clareancienthouse btinternet com

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | Tours of Clare’s most interesting sites for 2016
    am Historic Buildings of Clare 1 ½ hours Meet at Clare Park Centre next to the Country Park car park Parking for over 2 hours costs 2 00 All tours will end at the Clare Ancient House Museum entry fee 1 00 The tours themselves are free and guided by volunteers of the Museum Clare Parish Church dedicated to St Peter St Paul is a large gothic church of the 14th and 15th centuries built on the proceeds of the wool trade Clare Priory was the first house of Austin Friars in England founded in 1248 by Richard de Clare Earl of Hertford and Gloucester Its substantial ruins include the graves of ancestors of Edward IV and Richard III Clare market was mentioned in Domesday Book 1086 and is thus even older than the Castle which was built as the seat of the great Norman family the de Clares first just earth and timber but then in stone Part of the 13th century keep remains on top of an exceptionally high man made motte The modern Country Park is on the footprint of the Castle s inner and outer baileys The Park Town tour will introduce visitors to both the

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  • Clare Ancient House Museum | New booklet available
    available For 2016 Thomas Shaw has written a new booklet A History of Clare Private Schools available in the Museum for 2 00 What is inside The medieval pilgrim with his signature cloak walking stick and hat showing 3 badges attached and a large replica of the badge for St Edmund Part of the exhibition on Elizabeth de Burgh who made several pilgrimages in her lifetime She however would have

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