Author Topic: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe  (Read 5231 times)

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Re: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe
« Reply #9 on: Monday 10 January 11 08:28 GMT (UK) »
excellent my emilis . unfortunatly there s nothing left, bar the well for the manor of which our grazing cattle once fell into. an old stone which the original gate would of hung off and some low walling which i presumes from the old garden. i am however interested to know what the house was made out of as we still have the reminents of the old brick yard which presume the house and sheep buildings were made of. the reason i gather it was knocked down was due to the prevoius farmer plus 1 built our current house without planning and got the option to either knock the new distaceful 1960's build don or knock down the manor, what a crying shame as this house has the constuctive quality of an african mud hut!

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Re: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe
« Reply #10 on: Monday 10 January 11 20:39 GMT (UK) »
Hope you read this before the moderators do Jimbob - pls delete your email addy from your post or they will delete the whole message. This is for your own protection as spammers will come along nick your address and fill your inbox up like lightning.
Now you have made 4 posts, you will be able to share your email address with people by private message.

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Re: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe
« Reply #11 on: Monday 10 January 11 22:10 GMT (UK) »
thanks an65  i am not clued up with this whole forum lark, much thanks stephen for some more enlightening info. the more the better! cheers


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Re: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe
« Reply #12 on: Monday 10 January 11 22:16 GMT (UK) »
we are all here to help each other :) and we were all new once - only too glad to help :) xxx

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Re: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe
« Reply #13 on: Friday 11 October 19 10:19 BST (UK) »
Hello Stephen

I would also be interested in a photo of Clixby Manor House as my ancestor (Christopher Topper) was an agricultural labourer working there and, according to the 1841 census living in 'Tenements in the Manor House'.

If you can't attach it to an email my address is:
Christine Wileman
98 Leeming Lane North
Mansfield Woodhouse
Mansfield
Notts  NG19 9EP

I would willingly send you stamps to reimburse postage.

Thanks, Christine

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Re: FITZWILLIAMS of Clixby & Mablethorpe
« Reply #14 on: Friday 11 October 19 15:02 BST (UK) »
Hello Christine - I've tried attaching a drawing of the house from 1840 - I don't know if it's visible to you? Best wishes, Stephen