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- contributions given to support a religious organization , tithe a tithing or tything was an historic english legal, administrative or
- from 1682 to 1684 he was a constable and in 1685 and 1686 a tythingman. he was also a 'hogrif and fence viewer' in 1692 and 1697, and an
- one of titus’s most coveted jobs was working as a tythingman. this job consisted of ****isting funerals with the pastor. he made sure
- a 'thing (****embly) of ten men the members of the tything, under the leadership of a tythingman chosen from among them, had the
- george was very influential; he was elected a tythingman, a position of power in the colony at that time. george wrote a memoir that is
- settled in cambridge by 1640 he served numerous posts in the local government, including selectman , constable, tythingman, and grand juror.
- n . in kingsbury is an annual court-baron held, wherein lord's rents are paid, presentments are made, and a constable , tythingman ,