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It sounds as if it might be The Pleiades, an Open Cluster which at 1:00 would have been East and a little below 50 degrees but estimating the angle is not easy. Below them would be The Hyades, however

Welcome to SGL. As Erekose says, the Pleiades is the first thing that springs to mind, the number of visible stars changes as it rises and depending on light pollution. Here's a wide shot of the area:

Good  morning. I came to this forum as a complete amateur, aged 63, formerly living in the countryside and used to looking at the sky.  However, I have just seen something that I haven't seen before.

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