They’re writing like three paragraphs at a time, and it’s typically really heartfelt, really connecting with me things like saying they want their child to grow up in a world where someone like me can win a competition like this. It’s not just women. It’s men, too.

I guess I intend this hub to be both useful as a resource for those about to name their child, but also a curiousity for people who perhaps hadn’t realised just how many everyday names find their origins in the Bible. It is by no means a comprehensive list, and if I’ve missed any of your favourites, please forgive me. I’ve tried to stick to names which I can see being used in a modern day context..

How to keep your dog safe in the snow Keep them on a lead: If it snowing heavily, your dog can become disorientated and easily lost. Keep him/her on a lead so you know where they are at all times. Don let them walk on frozen ponds: the ice may not be thick enough to take their weight.

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He was married to Mary Hutchinson (1645 1687), daughter of Sir Michael Hutchinson of Flatbury, Worcestershire. They had at least three children, including James Tyrrell and Mary and another son.Educated at The Queens College, Oxford (MA, 1663), he became a barrister in 1666 and a justice of the peace in Buckinghamshire. He was deprived of this office by James II for failing to support the Declaration of Indulgence.