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But when I opened the envelope, inside were two £25 Argos vouchers. “It broke my heart and it broke my spirit — but it turned out to be the best bonus I ever received because it made me realise the only way I was ever going to get on was by working for myself.” So Tamplin remortgaged his tiny Dagenham home for £50,000 and set up on his own. And I never dealt with the boss I saw as a father figure giving me £50 of Argos vouchers for Christmas. “The way I dealt with it was by trying to earn money by building up my businesses. For ten years, I spent 17 to 18 hours a day, seven days a week working at an unbelievable level with hardly any sleep.” It resulted in Tamplin splitting with the mother of his four children.He finally began to turn a profit and within five years he also branched out into property. But he now has another child with his stunning wife Bliss and they are trying for another.

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Thus Abberton Hall, Abberton 3 (2) indicates that the parish of Abberton is scheduled in Volume 3 and that Abberton Hall is the monument numbered (2) in that parish.

The parishes are printed alphabetically so far as each volume is concerned and this in itself is an index.

1 Abberton Hall, Abberton 3 (2) Abbess Roding 2 pp. 186 Abbess Roding Hall, Abbess Roding 2 (6) Abbey Farm and Almshouses, Saffron Walden 1 (4) ( Penington 2 -, Thomas, 1684, tablet to: Kelvedon 3 (2) -, Sir Thomas, Bart., 1685, and Mary (Corselis), his wife, 1645, Abigail, his daughter, wife of Sir Marke Guyon, 1679, and William, son of Sir Thomas, 1682, monument to: Kelvedon 3 (2) -, William, 1682, floor-slab to: Kelvedon 3 (2) Abdy Chapel, Stapleford Abbots 2 (1) Abel, Sacrifice of, painting: East Hanningfield 4 (1) ( 4 p.

104) Abraham, glass: South Weald 2 (1) (Sacrifice of); Thaxted 1 (2) Abraham's Farm, Felsted 2 (88) " " Great Tey 3 (23) Abridge, see Lambourne 2 Absolpark Farm, Great Waltham 2 (7) Ackworth, Johan, Waldegrave 3 Adam and Eve: -, Carvings: Ardleigh 3 (1); Great Bromley 3 (1) -, Figures of (on alms-dish): Danbury 4 (1) -, Glass: Stisted 3 (1); Thaxted 1 (2) (representing history of the Fall) -, Mural Paintings: East Hanningfield 4 (1) ( 4 p.

His AGP Steel empire now turns over around £5m a month. In the meantime, he is focusing all of his efforts on getting his other ‘baby’ into the EFL.

No wonder Billericay have just bought two new £250,000 giant screens, similar to Wembley’s. He reveals: “I was in a mental institution for nearly three months after suffering from burnout. He predicts: “I think we will get back-to-back promotions and then it will take two to three years to get out of the National League.

They have even held baptisms in his fishing lake, which sits alongside tennis courts, a golf course and a maze, all kept in pristine nick by six full-time ground staff — and all paid for by hard work.

Dagenham-born Tamplin had a spell in the City before starting in the steel industry as a salesman for Rainham Steel. I became their top salesman by quite a long margin.

But as he chats by the pool at his £20m Essex mansion, set in 68 acres, and surrounded by his fleet of expensive cars, he insists: “I have never sold a gram of gear in my life — nor have I done anything illegal intentionally.

“I’ve never dodged a tax bill and I like to think I have always done right by people.

Osyth 3 (2); Saffron Walden 1 (1); Sandon 4 (1); Shenfield 2 (1); South Ockendon 4 (1); Stifford 4 (1); Tendring 3 (1); Theydon Mount 2 (1); Thorpe-le-Soken 3 (1); Vange 4 (1); Wakes Colne 3 (1); Walthamstow 2 (1); Wanstead 2 (2); Wennington 4 (1); West Thurrock 4 (1); Willingale Doe 2 (1); Woodford 2 (1); Woodham Ferrers 4 (1) Alabaster 'Tables': -, 14th-century: Saffron Walden 1 (1) -, 15th-century: -,-, Barling 4 (1) ( 4 p. Ardall, -e, arms: North Ockendon 4 (1) (brass); Stifford 4 (1) Ardall, -e: -, John, 1504, and Anne, his wife, brass of: Stifford 4 (1) -, Thomasyn, 2 p. 14 Armond, "1632, George Armond" inscription on door of S. 85) -, 16th-century: -,-, Barking 2 (2); Bocking 1 (1); Bradfield 3 (1); Bradwell (juxta-Coggeshall) 3 (1);.

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