Clovelly Churchwarden's Rate (1768), transcribed by Brian Randell.
Elizabeth Howard offers look-ups of Devon strays among the Bible Christians' Kilkhampton (Cornwall) Circuit.
Francis Frith picture postcard views of Clovelly harbour, and of the view downhill through the village, dating from the early 1900s. Transcript of complete entry in White's Devonshire Directory of 1850.
Transcript of an extract from Billings' Directory and Gazetteer of the County of Devon of 1857, with a description of the parish, and a list of clergy, gentry, professions, trades, etc.
Discusses the (mainly but not solely late 19th and early 20th century) history of Clovelly in considerable anecdotal detail. (Index), Letterbox Books, The Old Post Office, Littleham, Bideford, Devon EX39 5HW (2010) 352 pp.
Ask for a calculation of the distance from Clovelly to another place.Watercolour painting of Clovelly dated 1860 from the journal of Grace Spence (1805-1870), provided by Julia Crawley.Clovelly features extensively in the collection of mainly 18th and 19th century topographical prints (archived partial copy) of Devon places and buildings provided by the Devon Libraries Local Studies Service.Victorian artist Frank Belshaw (1855-1884) (archived copy), and his connection with Clovelly, by M. The Fatal Accident at Dodnor to a Master Mariner: Inquest - newspaper account of the inquest into the death of William Pengilley. A quite detailed history of the church and many of the people associated with it, cross-referenced to well-known events elsewhere, and illustrated with a number of photographs of the church and its memorials.(Index)Parish Registers going back to 1686 are held in the Devon Record Office. The Genogold search service for Clovelly PRs is currently unavailable (August 2017).The history of Clovelly is not very fully documented - something that is partly explained by the fact that the records of the Clovelly estate were destroyed by fire in 1789.However useful summary accounts can be found in the book by Clement (see Church History) and in the following booklets: , Bideford, Badger Books, 1 Chinon Court, Lower Moor Way, Tiverton, Devon EX16 65S (1987) 64 pp.The Clovelly Community Archive Association is undertaking an oral history project and the digitisation of unique Clovelly records. A Clovelly Mystery - newspaper account of the disappearance in 1829 of the wife of James Mills.Contributions of photographs, memories, Clovelly family trees and other data relating to the village are sought. Fatal Accident at Dodnor - newspaper account of the death of William Pengilley, captain of the Queen of the South. , Merlin Books, 40 East St, Braunton, Devon EX33 2EA (1992) 95 pp.Click here for a list of nearby places., Rhydedwyn, Privately printed (1924) 59 pp.[BM 990728] [The most of the book is related to the Williams family of Edwinsford in Carmarthenshire, it does contain significant details of the branch of the family descended from Arabella Williams and Sir James Hamlyn, who owned Clovelly Court and was M. for Carmarthenshire in the Parliaments of April 1793 and June 1796, and transcriptions of a number of letters between Clovelly and Edwinsford from the period 1799-1805, mainly relating to estate matters.] Timeline - The Owning Families of Clovelly, on the Clovelly Estate website.