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  Trinity Episcopal Church - History
Construction on "Trinity House," as it came to be known, was begun on May 16, 1887 and was dedicated on Shrove Tuesday, February 14, 1888 at a cost of $78,500, according to the original contract.
Trinity Church building was begun on April 1, 1889, the cornerstone was laid on July 11, 1889, and on Tuesday, September 9, 1890, the new building was consecrated by the Rt.
The present parish house, designed by Philadelphia, PA architects Watson and Huckel, served as a social and recreational center for the entire community, and was built with an auditorium, gymnasium, bowling alleys, and swimming pool.
www3.imcnet.net /trinity/history.html   (729 words)

 Trinity Vacations, Bed and Breakfast, Newfoundland Trips, NL
Trinity Vacations, Bed and Breakfast, Newfoundland Trips, NL Escape from the city to a quiet and historic coastal village.
Campbell House, cited as the place to stay in Newfoundland, is situated on a seaside hilltop.
Located in Trinity on the Bonavista Peninsula, it is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the best-kept secrets in Canada.
www.trinityvacations.com /main.html   (93 words)

 Trinity: Gover House
A house without clear origins, Gover House is one of three older private dwellings that exist in the centre part of Trinity.
Although a neighbour of the prominent Campbell family, it is possible the occupant of the house was not in the same social strata as Campbell.
Gover House is located in the centre of Trinity and has an impressive view of the community and the harbour with easy access to the beach.
www.heritage.nf.ca /society/rhs/tz_listing/149.html   (408 words)

 Trinity House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Corporation of Trinity House - came into being in 1514 by Royal Charter granted by Henry VIII.
Trinity House is financed from “Light Dues” levied on commercial shipping calling at ports in the United Kingdom.
Previous Masters of Trinity House have included the diarist Samuel Pepys and the Duke of Wellington, and Admiral William Penn (father of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Trinity_House   (207 words)

 Guildhall Library Manuscripts Section - Records of the Corporation of Trinity House
Until 1836 however, the Corporation of Trinity House did not have a monopoly on the erection of lighthouses and many were built by private entrepreneurs.
Until 1854, the Corporation was able to extend assistance to mariners and their families throughout the UK (independent of any previous connection with Trinity House) because some of the large income from light dues was channelled to charitable purposes.
The records of the Corporation of Trinity House have suffered from fire in 1666 and 1714 and from bombing in 1940.
www.history.ac.uk /gh/thouse.htm   (878 words)

 United Kingdom: lighthouse authorities
According to various editions of Flags of the World the Trinity House Jack is strictly speaking the 'flag of Trinity House' and is normally flown at the masthead to indicate that an Elder Brother is on board on official duty.
It was noted that Trinity House jack was flying from the Royal Yacht Britannia, when the Prince of Wales was aboard (or nearby) during the handover of Hong Kong in 1997.
Trinity House is one of those strange parts of the British state which are to all intents part of the state machinery, but not part of the government.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/gb-lthse.html   (1895 words)

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Following the creation of Trinity House of Deptford Strand in 1513, which ultimately became the principal maritime authority in the UK, it took many years before a reasonable amount of authority was gained over Thames pilotage.
Trinity House of Newcastle was formed in 1536 and regulated pilotage on the River Tyne.
Trinity House licensed pilots (in areas under its control) and local pilots were paid a controlled rate for ships they handled.
www.spiers.net /trinity.htm   (3696 words)

 Guildhall Library Manuscipts Section - Trinity House Family History Sources
Surviving records specifically of lighthouse keepers and the crews of light vessels and Trinity House cutters are all 20th century.
Masters and mates, if examined by the Corporation of Trinity House, could be granted pilotage exemption certificates to enable them to pilot their own vessels in waters where they would otherwise need to take an independent pilot.
Trinity House, Trinity House Lane, Hull, Humberside HU1 2JE.
www.history.ac.uk /gh/thouse2.htm   (880 words)

 Trinity: Campbell House
The house's builder and architect was a member of the Coleman family, and it is assumed that the house was built in the years immediately following the marriage.
Campbell House is one of three houses positioned next to each other that are approximately the same age and style.
Located in the centre of town, the house has an impressive view of the harbour and is one of the most important houses in the community.
www.heritage.nf.ca /society/rhs/tz_listing/147.html   (391 words)

 New Page 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Trinity is more than just a place to live, it is a place to grow and develop.
Trinity does not require residents to be on the school meal plan, and has a community kitchen for students to utilize.
Trinity is the perfect place to live if you want to develop as a student and as a person.
www.uta.edu /student_orgs/trinity_house/About.htm   (448 words)

 Trinity Community Ministries Programs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Trinity House is a transitional housing program for formerly homeless men.
Remain Drug and alcohol free: Approximately 85% of the residents in Trinity House are in some form of recovery.
Trinity Lodge was opened in 1995 to provide affordable transitional housing for graduates of Trinity House.
www.gbgm-umc.org /TrinityGA01/outreach_tcm.htm   (246 words)

 The Trinity House :: Eugene OR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Trinity House is a direct answer to years of prayer by the women of Collegiate Christian Fellowship (CCF), a ministry of First Baptist Church.
CCF already had a house like Trinity for men, called the Alpha Omega House, and the women wanted a part of the action.
The Trinity House became a reality in 2000 when the Delta Delta Delta sorority decided to close its chapter at the University of Oregon.
www.thetrinityhouse.com /description.html   (109 words)

 EH.R: Trinity House   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Trinity House arrangement sounds to me like a means of bundling the lighthouse service with the other services offered by the port.
The lighthouse and navigational services for coastwise navigation as provided by Trinity House are provided separately from the services of a port.
Trinity House is not a goverment organisation and it is unlikely that Royal Marines would have been employed in confiscating ships?
www.eh.net /pipermail/eh.res/1999-June/000914.html   (322 words)

 Times Community Newspapers - Countryside - 10/06/2005 - Harris Hollow House on Trinity Fall House Tour   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This, the newest house in Washington, Virginia, sits right at the edge of town on Harris Hollow Road, and is the most modern of the House Tour homes this year.
The Dried Flower Sale and House Tour is scheduled for October 15 and 16 with tickets available at the Trinity Episcopal Church, as well as at each house on the Tour.
Entering at the front door, one’s eye immediately is drawn to the view out the back of the house, where a triple bank of three large windows opens onto the fields and then mountains north of town.  The landscape itself seems a part of the house, and the mood changes with the weather.
www.timescommunity.com /site/tab4.cfm?newsid=15338297&BRD=2553&PAG=461&dept_id=506087&rfi=6   (775 words)

 Pepys' Diary: Trinity House, Deptford
The Trinty house corporation has been responsible for safety around the coast of Britain since it was constituted under a Royal Charter granted by Henry VIII in 1514.
Trinity House removed to Tower Hill in the 17th Century but the Hall existed at least as late as 1850 or so, and was the venue of the annual Trinity House election following a grand river-borne procession from Tower Hill.
That ceremony fell on Trinity Monday, eight weeks and a day after Easter, but was discontinued after the death of the Duke of Wellington, Master from 1837 to 1852 (Samuel Pepys was an earlier Master).
www.pepysdiary.com /p/939.php   (607 words)

 Third in a series: Trinity House keeps families together after a disaster - PittsburghLIVE.com
Trinity House is a large home on Fairview Avenue owned by Connellsville Area Community Ministries.
But until Trinity House, there was no emergency housing in the Connellsville Area School District.
Some residents have spent several months at Trinity House while their burned home was rebuilt.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/dailycourier/news/s_208435.html   (638 words)

 Trinity Grammar - Out Facilities : Boarding
This ancient House has very successfully controlled the coast of England for a long time and it is only fitting that the Boarders, who are the life of Trinity Grammar School, should be connected with this noble English House.
The “Jack” of Trinity House is a rectangular flag, divided into four parts by the Cross of St. George.
In assembling the coat of arms for School House this ship was superimposed on the Cross of St. George and placed in the triangle of Trinity.
www.trinity.nsw.edu.au /abouttheschool/boarding.asp   (865 words)

 - Port Cities
Trinity House is responsible for all lighthouses in England and Wales.
Trinity House moved its operations to Harwich in 1988, but the lighthouse still stands.
The Corporation of Trinity House closed Trinity Buoy Wharf on 31 December 1988 and sold the site to the London Docklands Development Corporation.
www.portcities.org.uk /london/server/change/FactAnswer/conFact/8   (122 words)

 Trinity Point - a Fine Vacation Rental House on the Caribbean Island of Bequia
The western gallery is traditional the focal point of the house; guests boast about how long they have sat there and how many cushions they can stack beneath them while they watch the busy bay.
The kitchen in the Trinity House is well-equipped and modern, with up-to-date equipment and centres around a breakfast bar, featuring the jaw bone of a whale.
Trinity House is built mainly of selected local stone, and features a spacious upstairs living room of over 1000 square feet which has hosted many functions with over 100 guests.
www.bequiatrinity.com   (472 words)

 TRINITY HOUSE, CORPORATION OF - Online Information article about TRINITY HOUSE, CORPORATION OF   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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Street, and in 1795 their headquarters were removed to Trinity House, See also:
Other Trinity Houses established under charter or act of parliament for the See also:
encyclopedia.jrank.org /TOO_TUM/TRINITY_HOUSE_CORPORATION_OF.html   (1004 words)

 Maritime History of Newcastle, North East England, Uk - Trinity House
he construction of Trinity House began in 1505 and has, since that date, housed the headquarters of a unique maritime organisation, The Corporation of The Newcastle upon Tyne Trinity House, which has been dedicated to the welfare of seafarers on the North-East coast since the Charter of Incorporation granted by King Henry VIII in 1536.
uring all this time, the House was much associated with the improvement of navigation in and around the ports of the North-East coast of England, from Berwick in the North to as far south as Whitby.
Also the School ceased to operate sometime in the 1870's, and so it was that by the 20th century the influence of Trinity House was drastically reduced and it continued to be stripped of further roles up to this present day.
www.trinityhousenewcastle.org.uk /history.htm   (640 words)

 British history articles
A tangible monument to Leith’s rich maritime past is Trinity House, in the Kirkgate area of town.
Trinity House prospered and rode the changing tides of politics.
Trinity House is open all year for guided tours only.
www.history.uk.com /articles/index.php?archive=35   (727 words)

 Noyes records from Trinity House
Richard Noyes acquainted the Court that the Lieutenancy were resolved to try the validity of our Charter as to the exempting of younger Brethren from serving in the militia for their Persons and that they have enlisted some and were resolved to oblige the rest to it.
Richard Noyes be admitted to act as Clerk of the Corporation with the same salary and advantages as had been enjoyed by his brother and he accordingly took the oath of Clerk appointed in the Charter and was ordered to give his bond in the penalty of £1000 for the faithful discharge of the office.
At a Court in Mark Lane the Deputy Master then informed the Court that upon their last house in Water Lane being burnt down he had in company with the Wardens and several brethren agreed to take the house where they now met.
www.geocities.com /Yosemite/Geyser/9384/Trinity.html   (1792 words)

 Trinity House | Interactive | Gallery | North Foreland Lighthouse
In 1793 a further two storeys were added to the tower and the coal fire was replaced by 18 oil lamps.
In 1890 a separate room known as the lantern house, was built on to the top of the tower to accommodate the light.
North Foreland was the last Trinity Lighthouse to be automated when it was converted to automatic operation at a ceremony attended by his Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
www.trinityhouse.co.uk /interactive/gallery/north_foreland.html   (250 words)

 Housing Discrimination Complaint - United States v. David Madrid d/b/a "Trinity House Living Services" ...
This action is brought by the United States to enforce the Fair Housing Act, Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, as amended by the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, 42 U.S.C. §§ 3601 - 3619.
Defendant David Madrid d/b/a Trinity House Living Services, is a business operating in Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is located in the District of New Mexico.
The consistent pattern of harassment of Trinity House tenants has created a longstanding hostile and abusive environment for tenants with mental disabilities living at Defendants' properties.
www.usdoj.gov /crt/housing/documents/trinitycomp.htm   (1101 words)

 Trinity House Inn Bed & Breakfast in the Heart of the 1000 Islands
Trinity House Inn Bed & Breakfast in the Heart of the 1000 Islands
It is with great pride and enthusiasm that we welcome you to the Trinity House Inn.
Trinity House Inn is for those who appreciate old-world charm and hospitality, together with the genuine beauty of surroundings and the quality of comfort it brings.
www.trinityinn.com /html/home.html   (169 words)

 The Trinity House :: Eugene OR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
We are a non-demonational Christian house located right beside the University of Oregon campus.
The house is owned and facilated by First Baptist Church of Eugene.
Please come and explore our site and that of our brother house, The Alpha Omege House, our joint campus minestry, CCF (Collegate Christian Fellowship), and our church, First Baptist Church of Eugene.
www.thetrinityhouse.com   (118 words)

 Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church&School - LCMS - Orlando, FL
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran ChurchandSchool - LCMS - Orlando, FL “Do not be afraid, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which will be to all people.
As many of you may be aware, tuition, PTL and the financial support of the Church no longer provide sufficient funding for Trinity Lutheran School.
Trinity has ministries for children, Middle School and High School youth, and adults.
www.trinitydowntown.org   (712 words)

 Hull Trinity House School
If you have read the proposal for Hull Trinity House School in the Building Schools for the Future brochure, you will know that our school is to close.
If you want to ensure that Trinity House School continues to offer the education and ethos you value for your child, your support is desperately needed.
Without it Hull Trinity House School and all it represents will be lost forever.
www.hulltrinity.net   (144 words)

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