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    Henry VIII, September 1538 16-20, 01 September 1538-30 September 1538

    rebuke. Walter Russell, of the Guard, the bailiff of Havant, also sought for him. He was arrested at one Richard Cockwells of Farlington. Lord La Ware was unable to come to attend to the matter, as he and Sir Wm. British History Online

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    rpHE MANOR of COCKERELLS, with JL the fines, quit rents, and other manorial rights, and all that valuable Farm, caHed Cockwells' Hall; comprising a spacious and well-timbered house, with detached farm yards, barns, stables, and every other requisite outbuild- ing, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WEST UOENWALL KAILWAY. Traffic for the week ending October 19, 1856. Passengers 5,342 £234 12 0 Goods 240 4 4 Total Receipts 524 16 4 Receipts for corresponding week, 1855 670 7 2 Miles open 27£ HUNTING Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Thursday, January 3id, at Newton, Lndgvan, Jekah j Williams, son of Mr. Alfred Tonkin, aged 14 years; and at ! Cockwells, Ludgvan, Robert, infant son of Mr. William j Johns, aged 5 months. On Friday, January 4th, at Rejaine, Uny Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at Killnown, St X h B jamin, son of Mr. Nicholas Richards, aged 7 years On Saturday, Jan. 28th, at Cockwells, Ludgvan (ha ;«* daughter of Mr. Wm. Bryant, aged 3 days m&nt Ou Monday, Jan., at Lelant, the infant Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Just Chnrch-town ; on the 9tb, at Wesley Rock Chapel, by the Rev. WiUiam Lord. Mr. WUliam Chellew miner, of Cockwells, Ludgvan, to Miss Jenifer Matthews" James, of Lelant Downs, Uny Lelant. At Madron, on Tuesday, by the Rev. P. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    March 18, Capt. James Andrew, aged 68. BARBELL- At Bude, March 23, Mrs. Barrell, wife of Capt. Barrell. BAWDEN- At Cockwells, Ludgvan, March 23, Capt. Thomas Bawden, formerly of White Cross, aged 66. BENNETT- At Salem, near Chacewater, April 2, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    on Wednesday, the Bth of August. A petition has been filed at Truro Bankruptcy Court by Mr. William Johns, of Cockwells, Ludgvan, farmer, for liquidation of his affairs by arrangement or composition. The liabilities are estimated at £400. The first Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    August 23, Mr. Williani Harvey Harris, stonemason, of Clilt Cottage, Marazion, to Elizabeth Margaret, daughter of Mr. Richard Bawden of Cockwells, Ludgvan. HEMY- MYERt>- At Falmouth, August 23, Mr. Wilfred Neoi Hemy, mariner, to Miss Johanna fcpargo Myers, both of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    meat and groceries alleged to have been supplied by plaintiff at his shop at Lelant, to defendant, a miner of Cockwells, Ludgvan. Defendant swore, " before God and man," with various other oaths, that his wife had not dealt at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and costs. LUDGVAN. Sudden Death. - A widow named Ann Dunstan died suddenly in a fit whilst hoeing potatoes, at Cockwells, Ludgvan, on Friday last. It appears she had beeii accustomed to fits for some time, and had had one Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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