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Dinah CUMSTONE was the daughter of Cuthbert and Hannah. Born 1736, married THomas TATE 1765. She died 1803.
Her son James Tate became head teach of Richmond Grammar School

IGI Batch number P003131
Some of the entries for Brough under Stainmore:

Jane Compston
christening: 19 Aug 1666
BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Henery Compston
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Joan Compston christening
26 Oct 1571 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: John Compston
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Robart Compston
christening: 12 Mar 1676 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Thomas Compston
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Robert Compston christening:
22 Jul 1716 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
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Robert Compston christening:
29 Jul 1755 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
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Agnes Compston christening:
12 Jul 1573 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
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Agnes Compston christening: 08 Feb 1576 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Henry Compston
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Annas Compston christening:
27 Sep 1594 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Thomas Compston
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Agnes Compston christening:
15 Jan 1598 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Cuthberth Compston
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Annas Compston
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 christening:
21 Sep 1602 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Cuthbert Compston
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Annas Compston christening:
28 Feb 1664 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Cuthburt Compston
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Annas Compston christening:
04 Jun 1671 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Henery Compston
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Agnes Compston christening:
12 Aug 1734 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: John Compston
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Frances Compston christening:
17 Sep 1598 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: John Compston
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Frances Compston christening:
23 May 1697 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: John Compston
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Grace Compston christening:
28 Sep 1587 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Henry Compston
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Thomas Compston christening:
02 Jan 1670 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Cuthbart Compston
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Thomas Compston christening:
11 Sep 1670 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​parents: Thomas Compston
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Thomas Compston christening:
11 Apr 1675 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Thomas Compston
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Thomas Compston christening:
07 Oct 1705 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Thomas Compston
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Annas Compston christening:
04 Jun 1671 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: Henery Compston
Henery Compston
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Agnes Compston christening:
12 Aug 1734 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: John Compston
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Frances Compston christening:
17 Sep 1598 BROUGH UNDER STAINMORE,​WESTMORLAND,​
parents: John Compston
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Cuthbert CUMSTONE of Hegs, Grinton, Swaledale buried 2 April 1749 Married Hannah HILL buried 9th December 1746

Richmond Grammar School
 
Richmond School was the first school in Richmondshire, North Yorkshire. It accepted only boys and its only entry requirements were that pupils could read and write. Its original founding date is not know, however it first appears in a registry estimated to have been written in 1361-1474. It was awarded a charter ratifying its status on 14th March 1568 by Queen Elizabeth I and was one of the first free grammar schools in England. The School was built on what is now the Church Yard of St. Mary’s Church which stands opposite to and further up the hill to the current Richmond Lower School Building. In 1677 a new building replaced the Elizabethan one and this was used until 1850 when the school moved into a smaller building which still stands and until 2011 was used for teaching year 7 students.
 
James Tate (11 June 1771-1843) was the headmaster of Richmond School and canon of St Paul's Cathedral, London.[Headmaster 1796–1833.]
Tate was very successful; Richmond School become a nationally known school for classical learning. Tate sent up many scholars to Cambridge. (Known as "Tate’s Invincibles".) 21 became Fellows, 13 of them at Trinity College. 

He was born in Richmond, North Yorkshire on 11 June 1771, the only surviving son of Thomas Tate, a working maltster originally from Berwick upon Tweed, and his wife, Dinah Cumstone, who came from a family of small farmers in Swaledale.
 
Having attended two private schools, in May 1779, Tate entered Richmond School. Whilst there, the headmaster Reverend Anthony Temple recognised his talent, and in 1784 found him a job as amanuensis to the rector of Richmond Francis Blackburne. Enjoying access to Blackburne's library acted as a stimulus for Tate, who with Temple's help obtained a sizarship at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
 
Tate was appointed headmaster of Richmond School on 27 September 1796, the fulfilment of a childhood ambition. Tate was responsible for transforming Richmond School into one of the leading classical schools of its day, and the leading Whig school, attracting boys from throughout the country, at a rate of 100 guineas a year.

Tate's invincibles
 
Between 1812 and 1833 six pupils a year on average proceeded to university. 21 of them became fellows, 13 of them at Trinity College, Cambridge. They became so "successful, admired and feared" whilst at Cambridge that they earned the title of ‘Tate's invincibles’. Their number included George Peacock, Richard Sheepshanks, Marcus Beresford and James Raine. Another pupil was Herbert Knowles. Tate rejected corporal punishment for his pupils, and refused to rule by fear, but instead inspired in them a love of learning.

Classical scholar
 
Tate was a widely respected classical scholar. Robert Surtees, the Durham antiquary, recalled a night spent with him quoting from The Iliad, and Sydney Smith, who by chance travelled in the same coach as Tate, declared to a friend that Tate was "a man dripping with Greek". The Times printed a glowing obituary, noting that "as a teacher of classical learning, none of his contemporaries were more successful".

William Carr, ‘Tate, James (1771–1843)’, rev. M. C. Curthoys, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I have a number of entries for Cuthbert CUMPSTON [and variant spellings of the name] originating in Brough in Westmorland. It is important to note that there are no entries for this name in North Yorkshire. Grinton is just 21 miles from Brough Castle and 19 to Brough under Stainmore. This is even today a very remote area with low population. It is also important to recognise the variant spellings of the name CUMPSTON[E]

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CUTHBERT COMPSTON  Christening: 08 DEC 1561 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England Parents: Father: JOHN COMPSTON
IGI Batch No.: P003131
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CUTHBERTH COMSTON Christening: 12 JUN 1569 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England Parents: Father: HENRY COMSTON
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CUTHBERTH COMPSTON Marriages: Spouse: BARBARA MYDLETON Family
  Marriage: 02 DEC 1593 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England [Submitted by LDS member]
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CUTHBERT COMPSTON Marriages: Spouse: ANNAS KEY Family Marriage: 15 JUN 1595 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England
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 Cuthbert Cumpston Marriages: Marriage: 24 NOV 1627 Of, Warcop, Westmorland, England [Submitted by LDS member]
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 CUTHBERT COMSTON Christening: 06 APR 1634 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England Parents: Father: HENRIE COMSTON
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CUTHBERTE COMSTON Christening: 24 JAN 1636 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England Parents: Father: ROBERTE COMSTON
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CUTHBERT COMPSTON Event(s): Christening: 19 FEB 1644 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England Parents: Father: ROBERT COMPSTON
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CUTHBERT CUMPSTONE Marriages: Spouse: AGNES THOMPSON Family
  Marriage: 24 NOV 1657 Warcop, Westmorland, England
[Submitted by LDS member]
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 CUTHBART CUMPSTON Christening: 27 OCT 1695 Brough Under Stainmore, Westmorland, England Parents: Father: THOMAS CUMPSTON
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