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Richard Tidmarsh

Oxford City, Oxon

Tidmarsh was a representative of the Oxford church at the meeting of the Abingdon Association, 11 March, 1656. According to B.R. White, he was a tanner and “fairly prominent” in Oxford. In 1691, he was ordained pastor of the church in Tiverton, with Thomas Winnel present to lay hands on him. He remained at Tiverton until at least 1704, representing that church at the 1692 Assembly.

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