Gamul


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Gamul

(gā`məl), in the Bible, chief priest.
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From early on, Eglantyne loved the wide landscapes of Wales, which inspired her poems and stories, and provided the thinking space it was often hard to find with her two younger siblings, Dorothy and their brother Gamul, almost constantly in tow.
Delegation level talks were also held between both the countries in which the entire gamul of bilateral relations as well as matters pertaining to peace and security were discussed.
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.
Gamul House, home of Chester's Gamul family, is just two minutes' walk away.