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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Sarah Clayes was imprisoned and was heading to a similarly grim fate before the courts sobered on the wave of executions that rocked northeast Massachusetts.
Skill quota: Stephen Carroll, JTL Training Officer and Assistant Regional Manager for the West Midlands; Daniel Clayes, apprentice; Patrick Morrissey, apprentice; Lewis Hughes, apprentice; Noel Flemming, electrical engineer; Jim Jackson, Interserve National Labour Manager; Alistair Patterson, mechanical engineer; and David Pudge, site engineer manager; at the Sandwell College site.
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.