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    BLACKMORE, Abraham (c.1677-1732), of the Inner Temple

    BLACKMORE, Abraham (c.1677-1732), of the Inner Temple Constituency Dates Mitchell 1710 1713 Newton 1713 1715 Ofifces Held Commr. public accts. 1714. Biography Blackmore’s father, a distant relation of the physician Sir Richard Blackmore, had been a Tory common councilman of

    SMITH, Thomas IV (1525/26-94), of Blackmore, Essex.

    pardon as Thomas Smith of Blackmore, esquire. Apart from his sale of the Ingatestone property in 1565 to (Sir) William Petre and an unsuccessful attempt to demolish the nave of the former priory church at Blackmore while building a new

    HERVY, Richard (d.1429), of Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    Clerk of the statute merchant, Lostwithiel by Dec. 1408-d. Ofifces Held Sub-bailiff of the stannary of Blackmore c.1414-17. Biography The Hervys of Lostwithiel perhaps traced their descent from one Thomas, son of Hervei, who was living there in the 12th

    TREBARTHE, John (d.c.1441), of Trebartha in Northill, Cornw.

    Lostwithiel Nov. 1414 Ofifces Held Bailiff of the stannary of Blackmore 1401-5. Ofifces Held Bailiff itinerant of the duchy of Cornw. 6 Feb. 1407-Oct. 1441. Biography This Member may have been the son of John Trebarthe and his wife, Christine

    DAY (DEYE), John, of Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    DAY (DEYE), John, of Lostwithiel, Cornw. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1399 Ofifces Held Mayor, Lostwithiel Mich. 1419-20. Biography The Days had lived in Lostwithiel since, at the latest, the 1330s, and a kinsman of John's, Thomas Day, had served not

    TANNER, John II (d.1699), of Courte, Brannel, Cornw.

    Grampound 1690 Grampound 1695 St Germans 1698 June 1699 Ofifces Held Stannator of Blackmore 1686; alderman, Grampound to June 1688; commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1689-90, Devon 1690. Biography On the death of a short-lived cousin, Tanner’s father succeeded to Courte,

    GLYNN, Dennys (1668-1705), of Glynn, nr. Bodmin, Cornw.

    Constituency Dates Camelford 1698 Apr. 1705 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1703. Biography Having succeeded his father in March 1697, Glynn secured election at Camelford the following year, it being claimed that he had treated heavily for it. Shortly afterwards he

    HERLE, Edward (1682-1721), of Landue, Lezant and Prideaux, Cornw.

    Constituency Dates Launceston 1713 14 Apr. 1721 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1710; sheriff, Cornw. 1713. Biography The Herles had settled at Prideaux in the 14th century and gained Landue by marriage in the 1600s. Landue and other estates were settled

    ORCHARD, Paul (c.1682-1740), of Aldercombe, Kilhampton, Cornw. and Hartland Abbey, Devon

    8 May 1711 1713 Bossiney 22 Mar. 1714 1715 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cornw. 1709–10, stannator, Blackmore 1710. Biography Orchard’s father had served as steward to Sir John Rolle† of Stevenstone, Devon and as customer of Exeter port, and at his

    LEGH, Thomas II (1675-1717), of Lyme, Cheshire

    Oxford proposed the election of the Tory Abraham Blackmore in Legh’s place, and in August 1713 William Bromley II* promised Legh a place, ‘better then he . . . had ever asked’. Blackmore was elected later the same month, and

    RASHLEIGH, Jonathan I (1591-1675), of Menabilly, nr. Fowey, Cornw.

    Apr. 1640 Fowey Nov. 1640 22 Jan. 1644 Fowey 1661 1 May 1675 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cornw. 1627-8; stannator, Blackmore 1636, 1673; commr. for piracy, Cornw. 1637, j.p. 1641-6, July 1660-d., commr. of array 1642, assessment Aug. 1660-d., recusants 1675.

    OLDSWORTH, Arnold (b.c.1561), of St. Martin's Lane, London and Bradley in Wotton, Glos.

    Royal, and in 1585 petitioned, with what success does not appear, to be made steward of the stannary court of Blackmore. About a year after Elizabeth’s death, his first son, Edward, was granted the reversion of his office of clerk

    COURTNEY (COURTENAY), Humphrey (1641-96), of Tremeer, Lanivet, Cornw.

    1689-90, recusants 1675; j.p. Cornw. to 1680, Devon and Cornw. July 1688, Oct. 1688-d.; freeman, Bodmin 1685-Sept. 1688; stannator of Blackmore 1686. Biography Courtney came from a junior branch of the Trethurfe family. His father fought for the King in

    BORLASE, John (1667-1754), of Pendeen, St. Just, Cornw.

    Constituency Dates St Ives 1705 1710 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1710; ?dep. recorder, St. Ives by 1710–aft. 1721. Biography Borlase’s grandfather, who was said to be descended from the Borlase family of Sithney, Cornwall, had purchased Pendeen, where the manor

    COURTNEY, Humphrey (1641-96), of Tremeer, Cornw.

    Mitchell 14 Dec. 1695 Mar. 1696 Ofifces Held Commr. for recusants, Cornw. 1675; freeman, Bodmin 1685–Sept. 1688; stannator, Blackmore 1686. Biography Courtney had inherited in 1660 substantial estates in Cornwall and Devon, worth £1,200 p.a., but financial difficulties forced him

    KENDALL, Walter (1626-96), of Pelyn, nr. Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    Held Capt. (royalist) 1642, lt.-col. by 1646. Ofifces Held Mayor, Lostwithiel 1650, 1653, 1659, 1669, 1673, 1681, 1685; stannator, Blackmore 1673, 1686. Biography A prominent member of the corporation of Lostwithiel, Kendall was returned again for the borough in 1690.

    PRIDEAUX, Sir Edmund, 4th Bt. (1647-1720), of Netherton, Devon and Great Stanmore, Mdx.

    Constituency Dates Tregony 1713 6 Feb 1720 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cornw. 1699–1700; stannator, Blackmore 1710. Biography Though Prideaux’s father had joined William of Orange at the Revolution, he objected to the Association in 1696. When a list of Devon’s deputy-lieutenants

    RASHLEIGH, Jonathan (1642-1702), of Menabilly, Cornw.

    1695 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cornw. 1685–6; freeman, Fowey 1685–?90, Bodmin 1685–June 1688; recorder, Fowey 1690–d.; stannator, Blackmore 1686. Biography Rashleigh inherited a strong electoral interest at Fowey, which he augmented through the purchase of lands belonging to his Rashleigh cousins,

    TANNER, John (d. 1699), of Courte, St. Stephen in Brannel, Cornw.

    Dates Grampound 1689 1698 St Germans 1698 29 June 1699 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1686; freeman, Grampound to June 1688. Biography A country gentleman with property adjoining Grampound, Tanner was a Tory who, according to Anthony Rowe*, had voted against

    KENDALL, Walter (1626-96), of Pelyn, Lanlivery, Cornw.

    Lt.-col. of ft. (royalist) by 1646. Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1660-80, j.p. 1662-80, 1685-July 1688, Nov. 1688-?d.; stannator, Blackmore 1673, 1686. Biography Kendall was descended from a branch of the Treworgey family seated at Pelyn, one mile from

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