John Clavering (died 1762)
His London address was 8 Burlington Street, where the new house was built for him on a 62-year leasehold in 1734.
He inherited the Chopwell estate from his father and an estate at Potter Newton, near Leeds, from his mother. He died unmarried and bequeathed his property to his nephew, the 2nd Earl Cowper.
- "CLAVERING, John (1698-1762), of Chopwell, co. Dur.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 20 April 2016.
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