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  Timothy Colman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Timothy James Alan Colman, KG, JP (born 19 September 1929) is a British multi-millioniare and previous Lord Lieutenant of Norwich.
He is married to Lady Mary Colman (nee Bowes-Lyon), the niece of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
Sir Timothy is from the Colman's mustard family, and a former Chairman of the Eastern Counties Newspaper Group.
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He is not so exorbitant as Colman." "Couldn't we get that?" "I am afraid, if he knew that we had failed to pay our rent here, he would object." "But he knows you are honest, and that nothing but the hard times would have brought you to such a pass." "It may be, Mary.
Colman said that didn't sound so well, coming from his lips; but it's true, for all that." "What do you mean, Mary?" "I mean that about not distrusting Providence.
Of course," added Colman, making an inventory with his eyes, of the furniture, "you will leave behind a sufficient amount of furniture to cover your bill----" "Surely, you would not deprive us of our furniture!" "Is there any hardship in requiring payment of honest debts?" "There are cases of that description.
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 Coventry Marriages
Ephraim Colman and Zurviah Curtiss, Oct. 25, 1764
Eben'r Colman, Jun., and Phebe Carpenter, Sept. 5, 1782
Timothy Colman and Eunice Fuller, Dec. 20, 1785
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 Timothy - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Timothy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
It was introduced to North America by Timothy Hansen in the 18th century.
Timothy will take the open buggy and drive you over.
I saw a suppressed smile on his face, and said hotly that Timothy was as good a name as David.
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He is not so exorbitant as Colman." "Couldn't we get that?" "I am afraid if he knows that we have failed to pay our rent here, that he will object." "But he knows you are honest, and that nothing but the hard times would have brought you to this pass." "It may be, Martha.
Colman said that didn't sound so well, coming from his lips; but it's true for all that." "What do you refer to?" "I mean that about not distrusting Providence.
Timothy brought home nearly every day some little delicacy for her, which none of the rest thought of sharing.
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Dwight, Timothy Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817, American clergyman, author, educator, b.
Colman, Norman Jay Colman, Norman Jay, 1827-1911, American agriculturist and lawyer, b.
Titus resembles First Timothy in detail; it consists of points regarding the regulation of church government, while stressing the need for the continuation of Pauline teaching.
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Timothy Timothy, two letters of the New Testament.
Dwight, Timothy Dwight, Timothy, 1828-1916, American educator, b.
timothy timothy or herd's-grass, perennial plant (Phleum pratense) of the family Gramineae (grass family), native to Europe and W Asia and one of the most widely cultivated hay grass of North America.
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 NameTraq | Last Name: Colman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Farmer Sally Mitchell, of Repps, near Acle, was presented with the Timothy Colman prize for her outstanding contribution to improving the understanding of food...
With her on Sunday were her cousin, Lady Mary Colman, with her husband Sir Timothy Colman, Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, and Lady Margaret Rhodes, a former lady...
It is often said that Mr Colman, of English mustard fame, made his fortune not from the quantities of his spice consumed, but from the uneaten dollops left on...
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 SignOn San Diego > Jobs -- One-man firm tackles nature of publishing
Colman sells them to consumers via his Web site (www.goodnaturepublishing.com) and markets directly to government customers like the U.S. Forest Service, which uses the posters in educational programs.
Colman put together a proposal for the piece and began calling around to the environmental groups he worked with.
Colman figures he won't be able to afford to hire a full-time sales representative until the business has reached $600,000 in sales.
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 Beatrice Eveline Timothy
Beatrice Eveline Timothy, the fifth child and third daughter of Peter Vincent Timothy and Elizabeth Hutchings was born on the 17th December 1865 at Market Street, Caddington, (Markyate Street, a village in the Parish of Caddington) She was the second child to be born there.
She married Sidney Hall Colman, being his second wife, on the 4th July 1894 at St Stephens Church, in the Parish Church of Hulme in Manchester, he was aged 40 and a widower and she was aged 28, a spinster.
Olive Constance, the fifth child of Sidney Hall Colman and Beatrice Evelyn Timothy was born on the 18 January 1906 at Farm Lodge, Manchester Workhouse, Crumpsall where her father was a Poor Law Clerk according to the birth certificate, although the certificate for Mabel Irene, the eldest child shows him as a Poor Law Official.
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Sir Timothy Colman said he was pleased the building had been linked with his family and in particular Jeremiah James Colman, who in 1857 opened a special school for children of employees at his famous firm.
The association with the Colman name is particularly apt as Sir Timothy himself chaired the initial fundraising committee that brought in £1.4m for the university from 1962 and 1966.
UEA vice-chancellor Professor David Eastwood said Colman House was part of an extensive building programme at the campus, with 886 residences being built on the other side of Waveney Terrace, as well as health and nursery facilities.
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Colman's Cathedral, Queenstown, begun in 1869 under Bishop Keane, continued under Bishop McCarthy, in 1908 near completion, is one of the most beautiful of modern Gothic cathedrals.
Colman MacLenin (560-601), diverted from his profession of poet-historian by Sts.
Since the separation of Ross (1849) the bishops of Cloyne have been: Timothy Murphy, appointed in 1849; William Keane, 1857; John MacCarthy, 1874; Robert Browne, 1894.
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 Regional journalism from Holdthefrontpage.co.uk - news, jobs, analysis and ideas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Sir Timothy Colman, former chairman of the Eastern Counties Newspaper Group, has been made an honorary freeman of Norwich.
Presenting Sir Timothy with a scroll of honour, the Lord Mayor of Norwich, Joyce Divers, said the award was a fitting way to pay tribute to his role in the city.
And after receiving the award, watched by family, friends and colleagues, Sir Timothy said he was "humbled" by such recognition.
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 Reckitt Colman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
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 Singing in Czech :: Singing in Czech books, reviews and more
Timothy Clark, et al "The Dawn of the Floating World 1650-1765: Early Ukiyo-E Treasures from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston".
Timothy Coffey, Steven Foster "The History and Folklore of North American Wildflowers".
Timothy Collins "Floreat hibernia : a bio-bibliography of Robert Lloyd Praeger, 1865-1953".
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 Frank Gill
Mass of the Resurrection Thursday, Dec. 23, St. Colman's Church at 10 a.m.
Frank died on December 20, 1971 and was buried from St. Colman.
Urse died on April 2, 1992; the funeral mass was at St. Rose and burial was in Calvary.
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 Horatio Alger : Jack's Ward : Chapter VI. The Landlord's Visit
All this was said very pleasantly, but the pill was none the less bitter.
Colman," answered the cooper, soberly, "you have chosen rather a singular time for raising the rent."
Colman said that didn't sound so well, coming from his lips; but it's true for all that."
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 Timothy B. Spahr Definition / Timothy B. Spahr Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Timothy B. Spahr Definition / Timothy B. Spahr Research
Timothy B. Spahr is an AmericanThe United States of America, additionally referred to as the United States, U.S.A., U.S., US, America¹, the States, or (archaically) Columbia, is a federal republic of fifty states, mostly in central North America.
The U.S. has three land borders, two with Canada and one with Mexico, and is otherwise bounded by the Pacific Ocean, the Bering Sea, the Arctic Ocean, and the Atlantic Ocean.
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 Learn Paradox 40 in a DayBook and Disk :: Learn Paradox 40 in a DayBook and Disk books, reviews and more
Timothy Colman "Learn Paradox 40 in a DayBook and Disk".
Timothy Colman "Learn Paradox 45 in a Day For Version 45 for DOS Popular Applications".
Timothy D. Green, Abbie Brown "Multimedia Projects in the Classroom: A Guide to Development and Evaluation"
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 Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net
'''Sir Timothy James Alan Colman Knight of the Garter KG Justice of the Peace JP''' (born 19 September 1929) is a United Kingdom British multi-millioniare and previous Lord Lieutenant of Norwich.
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 Boston, MA Marriages 1646 to 1751   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Timothy and Anna Willard, Aug. 7, 1707 by Mr.
Mary and Timothy Hay, Apr. 13, 1713 by Rev. Mr.
Timothy and Jane Pool, Nov. 15, 1705 by Mr.
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 BBC Online - Norfolk - News - Trowse 1
People living in Trowse, which was bypassed eight years ago, are now concerned that Sir Timothy Colman, who lives at nearby Bixley Manor, is preparing to object to their favoured site for the scheme.
Sir Timothy's family created the Victorian village for workers at Colman's mustard factory more than 100 years ago and still owns much of the surrounding land.
Norfolk County Council has learned that Sir Timothy is preparing to formally object to the preferred location for the park-and-ride scheme near his home but
www.bbc.co.uk /norfolk/news/062001/12/trowse1.shtml   (391 words)

Although the Queen was not there in person for the official ceremony, Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk Sir Timothy Colman and Deputy Lieutenant Richard Jewson acted on her behalf.
Sir Timothy congratulated all those involved, before presenting the Grant of Achievement, signed by both the Queen and Tony Blair, to Les and Vanessa Scott, owners of Strattons Hotel.
This recognised the outstanding environmental achievement made by the hotel, and entitled it to use the award in its promotion, including the flying of a specially designed flag, for 5 years.
www.herts.ac.uk /natsci/Env/Wastemin/strattons.htm   (459 words)

 Friends of Norfolk Dialect,to preserve and record linguistic and cultural heritage
Every year, the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk - the Queen's representative in the county - seeks out people to stand in for him when he is away or to advise him on a range of matters.
Keith was among five new Deputy Lieutenants appointed in July by Sir Timothy Colman.
Deputies have no specific public duties, they no longer wear official robes and the post is unpaid, but Sir Timothy said they were a vital source of advice and information.
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 Coventry, CT Marriages   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-14)
Ephraim Colman and Zurviah Curtiss --- Oct. 25, 1764
Phebe Colman and Nath'l Robinson of Windham --- Aug. 13, 1778
Timothy Colman and Eunice Fuller --- Dec. 20, 1785
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 Reginald Vivian Martin
He was born on the 21st November, 1898, the youngest of three boys, the sons of William Martin (2) and Sarah Elizabeth Abbott.
Her mother, Beatrice Eveline Colman nee Timothy (see greater detail under TIMOTHY family) had worked as a nurse (as later did her daughter Olive Constance) at Crumpsall Hospital, known as Manchester Workhouse in those days.
Her father, Sidney Hall Colman, who had been married before, as there was a half sister Bertha Colman, was in charge of about 300 non medical staff, such as porters, cleaners etc. at the same hospital.
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 The Project Gutenberg eBook of Jack's Ward, by Horatio Alger, Jr.
At this moment the outer door opened, and Timothy Harding entered, not with the quick, elastic step of one who brings good tidings, but slowly and deliberately, with a quiet gravity of demeanor in which his wife could read only too well that he had failed in his efforts to procure work.
Timothy was warned, by experience of Rachel's temper, that silence was his most prudent course.
Nothing could exceed Timothy's gratification, when, on his birthday, Ida presented him with a beautifully drawn sketch of his wife's placid and benevolent face.
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 Autistic Society - Family care centres open at last
They were opened by the Lord Lieutenant of Norfolk, Sir Timothy Colman, who helped set up the fund-raising appeal for Nelson Lodge, a six-bed short stay unit for five to 18 year olds, particularly those with autism.
Research in 1995 identified a need for residential respite in South Norfolk, while further research found the need for a medium to long term unit for adolescents in the county.
Opening the units, Sir Timothy said he was "hugely impressed" with them.
www.autisticsociety.org /modules.php?name=News&file=print&sid=661   (445 words)

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