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Henry Tuggy

Born: 1824
Died: 1892

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Comments:
Tom said ...
Does anyone know anything about Mr Tuggy?
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 13:42
Martin Arhelger said ...
According to http://bibletruthpublishers.com/till-he-come/henry-tuggy/la534230 Tuggy's first name was Henry. I think it is the Henry Tuggy whose gravestone is here:
https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52758148
This Henry Tuggy is said to have belonged to the Plymouth Brethren:
http://tuggyjc.tripod.com/JCTuggy/WC_TOC.htm
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 16:29
Tom said ...
Thanks a lot for sharing that Martin; however looking into it, this Henry Tuggy was born 1844 and CBA have a pamphlet dated 1860

TUGGY (H) Changed in a moment: a dialogue on the Lord's coming to gather up his saints to meet him in the air as distinct from his coming to the earth in glory... [Signed "H.T.", i.e. H. Tuggy.] Third edition, London, G. Morrish, [c. 1860]. 15th thousand. 32p. 13744

Which was already third edition, and he would have been 16 of course then, so it is probably not the same guy.

Hmm ..

Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 18:22
Tom said ...
I need to sort out Line Returns in comments!
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 18:23
Tom said ...
Ok so there was a Henry Tuggy, uncle of the one you mention, born 1824 .. that could well be the one as we have the PB link to the family.
Thursday, Feb 2, 2017 : 18:38
Timothy Stunt said ...
Henry Tuggy born Thatcham, Berks, 1824 was living in Kensington in 1871 and is described as a shoemaker. Timothy Stunt
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 00:40
Tom said ...
Thanks Timothy; do you agree this is the H.T. who wrote these pamphlets, (and a few others) ?
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 19:46
Tom said ...
Other items mentioned which would be great to get hold of,

THE INCORRUPTIBLE CROWN.
THE FATHER'S HOUSE-THE HOUSE OF MANY MANSIONS.
Tll SUSSEX PEASANT
LIFE EVERLASTING
THE LO:ST CROWN.
LIFE-ETERNAL LIFE.
A. HAPPY EXCHANGE.
OLD PHEBE.
"PLEA8E LEAD liE."
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 20:17
Tom said ...
I see CBA have an item "My Conversion" by H.T. - this could well give further indication on our friend here; it would be great if we could get a scan of that?
Tuesday, Feb 7, 2017 : 20:26
Tom said ...
Ok so I found I had an early copy of "Every Eye Shall See Him", which has on the front; "For distribution of, H.T. 18 Abingdon Road, Kensington" .. so think is definitely the right one.
Sunday, Feb 12, 2017 : 21:33


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