Gamul


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Gamul

(gā`məl), in the Bible, chief priest.
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La Taverna, Gamul House, 52-54 Lower Bridge Street, Chester, 01244 350625 Ambience: Historical Chester meets modern day Tuscany.
Also commemorated is Thomas Gamul of Buerton who married an Elenda Poole, the Longford family of Derbyshire and the Masseys.
Gamul House is a Jacobean hall,built as a grand townhouse by the Gamull family, who were so big in the local big-wiggery department that they entertained King Charles I there in 1645.