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The Clears, Reigate

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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. Circa 1930.
Courtesy Adrian Joy.

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Michael Smith from Hamilton Canada posted this comment on Sunday 01 August 2010 14:55:00.

I am the grandson of Charlie Joy, I now live in Canada but have recently been shown the old Clears mine by Brian Joy, my mother Phyllis Joy often spoke of the Clears and taken her fathers lunch to him whilst working in the mines. My aunt Kathy Joy still resides in Reigate and has some interesting photos of the period. If any family member would like to contact me they can email me at m5076@quickclic.net Thank you. Mike



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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. Circa 1930.
Courtesy Adrian Joy.

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Peter Burgess from Crawley posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 21:51:00.

THis photo is from the Croydon Natural History and Scientific Society collection, and was scanned by me (you can see the tell-tale scanning streaks of my old rubbish scanner!) and forwarded to Adrian for his family interest. It is good to see it here, but I thought I should point out the true origin of the picture.


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Paul Walters from Reigate posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 22:48:00.

Hi Peter. Sorry for not labelling these pictures correctly with their origin. Thanks for correcting it. Hope that the use of the photos is okay.



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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. Circa 1930.
Courtesy Adrian Joy.

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geoff lovell from Crawley, Sussex posted this comment on Monday 30 November 2009 00:10:00.

Albert Joy was my great, great grandfather!

Alice Joy married Tom Lovell I am their grandson.


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Peter Burgess from Crawley posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 21:52:00.

See my comments on the previous image.


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John Robinson from Blandford Forum posted this comment on Thursday 26 April 2012 21:51:00.

The horse if I remember was called stockings,my grandad used to work at the mine and I used to go up on a Sunday and feed the horse the rind from cheese it was one of his favorites



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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. Circa 1930.
Courtesy Adrian Joy.

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Peter Burgess from crawley posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 21:53:00.

See my comments on the previous images.



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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. Circa 1930.
Courtesy Adrian Joy.

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Peter Burgess from Crawley posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 21:53:00.

See my comments on the previous images.



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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. Circa 1930.
Courtesy Adrian Joy.

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Peter Burgess from Crawley posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 21:54:00.

See my comments on the previous images.


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Brian Joy from Purley posted this comment on Thursday 02 December 2010 09:32:00.

William Albert Joy (far right) was my grandfather. He lived at Sheepwalk Cottage, The Clears for many years and I remeber it fondly.


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Brenda Joy from Horsham posted this comment on Friday 14 January 2011 22:08:00.

I was born in Sheepwalk Cottage. My parents are Leonard and Diana Joy. I remember Brian and Kevin Joy from family holidays.


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Miss Sue Joy from Redhill, Surrey posted this comment on Tuesday 07 June 2011 22:08:00.

I was born, when my parents lived in SHEEPWALK COTTAGE, The Clears.My parents were Freda and Sid (Cedric)Joy. The above named Brenda and Brian Joy are my cousins both being children of my father's brothers, Brian Derrick Joy and Leonard Joy. My grandfather is pictured far right of this photo, Albert William Joy. Would love to contact either of the above or anyone who is part of the Joy Family. Contact me on: suzyaries263@hotmail.co.uk


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Adrian Joy from Norfolk posted this comment on Tuesday 28 August 2012 21:05:00.

Hello,

Its great to see so many of your posts regarding the photos of the Clears Hearthstone Mine that where so kindly made available by Peter Burgess "thank you Peter"

If anyone has any information or Photos, regarding the Joy family of Reigate & Godstone I would love to hear from you, and would be more than happy to share our tree with you, currently dating back to the late 18th century.

Please contact me by leaving a message here, or submitting a general enquiry in the contact link (above) marked for my attention.

Kind Regards

Adrian Joy


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Geoff Lovell from Crawley posted this comment on Friday 29 November 2013 17:39:00.

I am the grandson of Alice Joy and would love a copy of our family tree.



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The Hearthstone Mine, The Clears, Reigate. 1956.
With thanks to Michael Ross, who took this picture aged 14. This is a photo of Alfred Turrell
and the horse was called "Stocking" (from the white blaze on its face).

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Peter Burgess from Crawley posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 22:04:00.

This photo was published in the Surrey Mirror in about 1981 with a letter from Mr Ross. I wrote to him then and got an interesting letter in reply. I would like to be put in touch with him again if that is possible as I would like to have a copy of this image for my own records. Thank you.


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Paul Walters from Reigate posted this comment on Tuesday 29 December 2009 23:01:00.

Hi Peter.

I've emailed Michael with your contact details, so I hope that he'll be in touch.

Paul.



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Plan of new house, The Clears, Reigate. 1909. "This house would be built in any locality at a nett cost of £275."


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"Clears Building Manager is prepared to point out a few good building sites both for cottages and villas. The estate has a first-rate water supply and is sewered with the newest anti-bacteria system. Sites can be had freehold or leasehold. Assistance can also be given to those who would like to build. Address:- Mr. Stewart, Clears, Reigate, Surrey." Unknown publisher. 18th July 1904.


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"Mining in Surrey". Unknown date. Daily Mirror.

Very few of the countless Londoners who visit Box Hill and saunter up towards Betchworth know that there is, almost beneath their feet, one of the quaintest little "mines" in this land. Week after week workmen are busily engaged in extracting from the hill the housewife's useful friend "hearthstone" which is afterwards carted away to be made into step-powder.

Workmen testing a new hole in the hill.


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