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  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Books, June 1708, 21-30, 21 June 1708-30 June 1708

    the non enrolment of two leases, the first made by Charles II 1675 6 Feb 11 of the manor of Carnanton Co Cornwall to Sir John Coryton (subsequently assigned to the petitioners), & the second made by Charles II 1661

    Index, C, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    473. Corrnanton . See Carnanton. Corryton . See Coryton. Corsemichael [Crossmichael ] , co. Kirkcudbright, feuar of, 60. Corstorphine , Corsterphine, co. Edinburgh, prebend of, 67. Coryton (Corryton), Sir John, lease of the manor of Carnanton, 144, 292. Cossley ,

    Index, M, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    See Montagu, C. Mannaton (Manaton), Francis, Receiver General of Taxes, co. Cornwall, 87, 98, 168, 317. Manors named: Beverley. Bradninch. Carnanton. Cookham. Curry Mallet. Droitwich. Eastway. Havering atte Bower. Kirton in Lindsey. Liskeard. Portland. Richmond alias West Sheen. Rostellan. Shepton

    James 1 - volume 71, November 1612, 01 November 1612-30 November 1612

    [ Ibid, No . 70. ] Nov. 30. Royston. Lease to Hen. Sherfield and Nich. Duck of the manor of Carnanton, co. Cornwall, on surrender of a former lease by Rich. Hewett, because the rent was raised on supposition that Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    & c. in Carmelite friars , see Vandoni, Giulio Cesare, and Maria, Giovanni Battista. Carmichael , Sir Hugh Wm. Carnallen Carnanton Carnarvon Castle Carnarvonshire , grants of lands in offices in residents in Carnsew House Carnsew , Rich. Wm. Caron Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREDINNEY, Richard, of 'Tredinney', Cornw.

    Cornish acre of land in the vills of 'Trescrewyn' and 'Boswolvell'. Apart from these properties Tredinney also possessed land at Carnanton in Mawgan (in the hundred of Pydr), and in 1451 he was assessed for a tax on landed income

    TREGOOSE, John (d.1406), of Tregoose, Cornw.

    earl of Warwick. In 1392 the earl, alleging that he and his father, David, were bondmen from his manor of Carnanton, Cornwall, seized him on the Thames near Westminster palace and took him to Warwick castle where he was held

    TREWYTHENICK, Roger (d.?1415), of Helston, Cornw.

    been engaged in the service of Thomas Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, as steward of his three manors in Cornwall (Blisland, Carnanton and Helston Tony), and the earl, having been arrested in July, was to be tried for treason in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the representation of this borough, caused by the death of Mr Turner, will be supplied by Mr Humphrey Williams of Carnanton. IRELAND. THE LATE STEAM-BOAT TRAGEDY. An application was made on the 6th inst. on behalf of the captain and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of thec bride were not pieseut at the wedding ceremeoey. Mr. and Dire. Wilhiasus left ifilnmediatehv after the breakfasti for Carnanton, C~ifiweihl, the ehaiaedeeT.stat bi thee brideg roomn. A tram p was-clsarged at taexporley, Cheshire, oee'Wednej- day, wvith breeikiisg'jisto ths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subscriptions £262,052. It was resolved "That thoerespeetful thanks of the Conference be presented to fri. W. Brydges Willians, M.P., of Carnanton, for the gift of a chapel at Dlawla, in the Redruth circuit, of the value of £ 150." L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VIGERS, REq., Truro. C ieir CHARLES WALSINUIIAM TURNER, Esq., Truro. the MATTHtEW UZIELLI, Req., London.* OP late HUM~PBiIY WILLYAMS, Esqe., Carnanton. 150 JOHN WOR~TH WOOLCOMBP Esq., Ashbury. Major WREN. Lenwood, Hideiord.P1 ly a Ee-DGiNEEIa.-Joseph Locke, REsq., F.R.S.a aeir RalsiDENT RNoINasoR.-Ricbard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years years of ate. THE nomination of candidates to represent truro took place yesterday;' MR; EDwA 'D.WIrLLIAx Bitneam WILLYAS, of Carnanton, Cornwasl (Liberlil), and LnrUr.- COL. AnTruu Tni:-EAYNE (Conservative) wavere proposea. The polling willtake place to-morrovw (Thursday). . THE. autumnal Subscribers-only content

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