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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WADDON, John (1649-95), of Moditonham, Botus Fleming, Cornw.

    1688, Oct. 1688-d.; stannator of Foymore 1686; dep. lt. Cornw. 1689-d.; v.-warden of the stannaries 1689-d. Ofifces Held Dep.-gov. Pendennis Castle 1680-d.; capt. Earl of Bath’s Regt. (later 10 Ft.) 1680-d. Biography Of a family resident in Plymouth since the

    PENDARVES, William (1600-71), of Roskrow, Gluvias, Cornw.

    in the reign of Elizabeth. Pendarves fought for the King during the Civil War, serving in the garrison of Pendennis Castle. As a result, his estate was sequestrated, and he compounded in November 1648 on a fine of £240. He

    GRANVILLE (GRENVILLE), Bevil (1665-1706).

    Held Capt. Earl of Bath’s regt. (later 10 Ft.) 1685, maj. 1687, col. 1693-1703; gov. Pendennis Castle 1696-1703, Barbados 1703-6; maj.-gen. 1704. Ofifces Held Master of the swans 1692-d. Ofifces Held Freeman, Portsmouth 1686; j.p. Cornw. by 1701-d. Biography Granville

    KILLIGREW, Sir Peter (c.1593-1668), of Arwennack, St. Budock, Cornw.

    the privy chamber 1633-?42. Ofifces Held J.p. Cornw. 1655-d., commr. for assessment 1657, Aug. 1660-d., militia Mar. 1660, gov. Pendennis Castle Mar.-Sept. 1660; dep. lt. Cornw. 1662-d. Biography Killigrew’s ancestors were holding manorial property in Cornwall under Henry III, and

    ROLLE, Robert (c.1622-60), of Heanton Satchville, Devon.

    all invitations to conspiracy until, on receipt of instructions from George Monck, he and his brother-in-law Hugh Boscawen seized Pendennis Castle in January 1660. He retired to his family borough for the general election, no doubt to give Monck a

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Love and Unity

    171 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places North Hants Militia, Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, Cornwall 1808 North Hants Militia, London Inn, Market Street, Falmouth, Cornwall 1809 Navy Tavern, The Quay, Falmouth, Cornwall

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 7th September 1846

    to see Bertie with us. It was a very pretty, gratifying sight. We went straight on to Swanpool, outside Pendennis Castle where we got into the Barge & were rowed near the shore to see a net drawn. A Quaker

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    time-work, is expected to be given to-day in the Tyna shipbuilding yards. The Admiralty Lords, yesterday, inspected Falmouth, including Pendennis Castle. The Enchaontress, with the Lords on board, will leave for Portland to-day. Mr. Sullivan, lMl.P., was received with hisses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    devoted to the exalillatiol ot tlll sRuee tiens collected during the day. TUESDAY.-FIon early nmoning tho EtOrm 9nsial on Pendennis Castle hitl, aIjacest tn tlsa hotel-an ive t te .^one-betoketedl a gale. The isreiediiti evening elt airgetg taent had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    State for War, of the, following regiments for preliminary drill :-Cornwall 'and Devon Miners' Airtillery for- forty~tso days, at Pendennis Castle; Kent Artillery, .?or fifty-six days, nt Dover; and the 4th' Battalion Slropshire 'Hegisneet (Hereford Militia), fort fifty-six days, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rrank have just visited Falmouth and selected asite for -establishing a submarine mining establishment and experi- smont ground near Pendennis Castle, in connection with .cease defence, Ten thousand pounds is the' estimated cost 0-in' the first instance, and tenders for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hurt, in his " Kinlochewe" is an over-obvious follower of the methods of Mr. Peter Graham. Mr. Ayerst Ingrain's "Pendennis Castle : Dawn" is satisfactory, but the "Glade, Fontainebleau" of N. Diaz is curiously mannered. There are some exquisitely finished Subscribers-only content

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