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Diary of Eliza Clark

Local historian and curate at St. Mary's Church, Rev. Dr. Chris Steed, has been researching the lives of some members of the local community in the Victorian era. He used the diary of Eliza Clark, who attended Claverham Meeting in her youth with her family as a basis for one of the articles in this study. The diary was given to Claverham by Richard Clark and was lent to Chris Steed for the purposes of his study. The article makes fascinating reading and throws more light on the history of Claverham.

A copy of the article in Word document form can be downloaded and read by clicking on this link




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