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Atherstone has a long history dating back to Roman times.
An important defended Roman settlement named Manduessedum existed at Mancetter near the site of modern-day Atherstone, and the Roman road, the Watling Street (most of which later became part of the A5) ran through the town.
Claverdon's toponym comes from the Old English for "clover hill".
William Webb Ellis was the second son of James Ellis and Ann Webb, they were married in Exeter in 1804.
He was born on 24th November 1806 in Salford near Manchester in the county of Lancashire.
James, an officer in the Dragoon Guards was killed at the Battle of Albuera in 1812*, Mrs Ellis decided to move to Rugby, Warwickshire in order that William and his older brother Thomas could receive a good education at Rugby School.
Its square tower being rebuilt in the fashionable "Gothic" style in 1782.
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