Timothy Manlove

(1663—1699) Presbyterian minister and author

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Timothy Manlove was born in Ashbourne, Derbyshire and died in Newcastle-upon-Tyne on 4 August 1699. Nothing is known of his education or his early life, but he was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1688 and served for a while in Pontefract in Yorkshire. In 1694 he moved to the Mill Hill Chapel in Leeds, where he had to supplement his living by practising medicine. He died prematurely, soon after taking up an appointment as a medical assistant in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.


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