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Robert De Clampytte, a merchant, was admitted as a freeman of the city of ExeterOpens in a new Window, DevonshireOpens in a new Window, England on 13 Feb 1331
George Augustus (auctioneer) - granted 1 August 1876 and Edgar (Fergy) William (teacher?) - granted 4 August 1884, both born after 1829. were granted Hereditary Freedom of Waterford City

Wyndham Ile Clampett (1912-1969) had a park named after him in Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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Amy Clampitt the poet (1920-1994) received several awards for her work Click here
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Wyndham Graham Clampett (b 1952) was awarded the John Chard DecorationOpens in a new Window
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Robert Wyndham Clampett (AM) has been appointed a Member of the Order of Australia - in 1977 for for "services to local government".

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He was Lord Mayor of the City of Adelaide, Australia 1973-1975.
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One of the most famous members of the family is Robert (Bob) Clampett, the cartoonist.
We also have a famous golfer in the family in the person of Bobby Clampett, now with CBS.
There are several places, roads, buildings etc named after family members and details of these can be found in the Places with the name section
The Clampett family of the Hillbillies series is of course no relation, but as the Clampett family is so small, it seems obvious that inspiration (for the name at least) came from our American cousins



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