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New Member
Hello Ray,

My husband is related to the A E Clews 1885 mentioned by O.C. above. He was married to Alice Brimble 1890 and they had a son Frederick Clews born 1913 in Aston, Birmingham.
Hi Cat,William Brimble had 2 sons James and Frederick W,I am descended from James and Frederick's daughter Alice was married to A E Clews.

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master brummie
Hi all i new a John Clews between 1968 to 1972 he was our Woodworking Teacher at Brooklyn Tech Great Barr he was a nice bloke and we use to have a right laugh that was back in the day .