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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREUREF (TRETHERF), Thomas, of Tregerrick in St. Ewe, Cornw.

    ever resolved, either in his favour or not, remains unclear.[footnote]Treuref and his wife had a reversionary interest in property at Germoe, ‘Cheynkarn’ and ‘Fookton’ in Cornwall, the reversion to be effective if Ralph Tresewys died without direct heirs. Probably in

    MEGRE, John (d.1419), of Truro, Cornw. and London.

    included the church of Kenwyn, the Dominican friary at Truro, the Franciscan friary at Bodmin and the chapels of St. Germoe and St. Michael’s Mount, as well as the new chapel ‘super les rokkes’. The paupers of the parishes of

    WYSE, John (b.c.1377), of Sydenham Damarel in Marystowe, Devon.

    in February 1418 became involved in a violent affray, resulting in bloodshed, on consecrated ground in the cemetery at St. Germoe. It may have been this trouble at home which prompted him to undertake further military service abroad. In March

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the purpose of purchasing and working, upon an extensive scale, a valuable Tin-bearing property, situated in the parish of Germoe, in the County of Cornwall, held under a lease for twenty- one years, at a dead rent of E30per Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Limited) is the title of an undertaking. formed for the purpose of worldng a tin-bearing roperty situated in the parish'of Germoe, in the county of Corawall Tho capital is fixed at ,25,001., in shares of £1. each. jA0000 shares have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leu otr 157 IW-IGH SCOLOF TRADE AND COMMERCE, JL1 QUBEN'S COLLEGEA BIRM1INGHAM. REOPENS JANUARsY 15, 1170. TWho lunstrusction emmseces Eogllasi, Germoe, Frenech, Spanssll, Arithinetic, Cliooselsy. Book-keephiig, Writing, Choimisley, History. Geoeraphy, Shsorthsand. Coasirrerela Correspoudeusce, Law, Science of Trade, t. Tornoissiclusiov. Par Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there is scarcely any pasturage left. The consequenceisthat the price of beef, mutton, and butter is exceedingly high. In Breage, Germoe, and other parts of the county, farmers have actually been driven to the extremity of cutting green crops to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    olp, F.S.A. Pest Ova,, So., DURCKHA DT'S CIERONE:an. Art Guide to ,IL Pintngin tay. orI le e o Toveloe.From the Germoe. , By rs COUH. No eiten Rv~edbyJ.A.CRIOWS,. Secod edtio, wih 10 Iliseiatins, edim St `,Y rffWI GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE of Subscribers-only content

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