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From W. B. Trevelyan at the Vicarage in Wellington to [Mary Tooth]. Trevelyan would be most grateful if she could lay hands on the 'sheet of Mrs Fletcher's papers which contains the illustration of the Believer's Union with Christ under the figure of a beggar marrying a prince'. He will be in Madeley with [John] Eyton next Wednesday and would be obliged if he could loan the item.

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  • John Eyton (1779-1823) was the son of Thomas Eyton, gent., of Wellington, Shropshire. He was educated at Rugby School and St John's College Cambridge. Eyton was Vicar of Wellington and Eyton between 1802 and 1823, and was a friend of Mary Fletcher and her companion Mary Tooth. He was appointed a trustee of Madeley Wood Methodist Chapel in 1807. Source: Alumni Cantabrigienses compiled by J. A. Venn (1940) and Fletcher-Tooth collection (MARC)

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  • John Eyton (1779-1823) was the son of Thomas Eyton, gent., of Wellington, Shropshire. He was educated at Rugby School and St John's College Cambridge. Eyton was Vicar of Wellington and Eyton between 1802 and 1823, and was a friend of Mary Fletcher and her companion Mary Tooth. He was appointed a trustee of Madeley Wood Methodist Chapel in 1807. Source: Alumni Cantabrigienses compiled by J. A. Venn (1940) and Fletcher-Tooth collection (MARC)