Clayes


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(klāz)
n. pl.1.(Fort.) Wattles, or hurdles, made with stakes interwoven with osiers, to cover lodgments.
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Location of works, place of delivery supplies or performance: City of clayes sous bois
The other moment was with my partner David Clayes, who is now at Formby Hall, winning the national Daily Telegraph Pairs competition final in Portugal.
Caldway's 7-2 decision at Brookvale (Farley, Howlett) included a four-goal blast from Moss, with the statistics being completed by Clews, Clayes and Kayll.
Today's family are the Clayes, who live in Denton Burn in the West End of Newcastle.