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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Phillipe Debloq

    Details Phillipe Debloq in religion Josephine of St Nicholas Died 1816 19 Feb in Lanherne

    Dorothea Arundell

    Details Dorothea Arundell in religion Dorothy Born 1560 in Lanherne Died 1613 8 May in Brussels father Sir John Arundell mother Anne Stanley

    Elizabeth Anstead

    Details Elizabeth Anstead in religion Mary Winifred of the Blessed Trinity Born in Middx Died 1840 13 Nov in Lanherne

    Judith Brassier

    Details Judith Brassier in religion Anna Maria of the Blessed Sacrament Born in Middx Died 1822 6 Oct in Lanherne

    Jane Fleetwood Butler

    Details Jane Fleetwood Butler in religion Ann Teresa of the Holy Ghost Born in Lancs Died 1810 14 Feb in Lanherne

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PANTER, William.

    perhaps the William Panter to whom (Sir) John Arundell I* of Lanherne, former steward of the duchy of Cornwall, left four marks in his will dated April 1433, but even if so nothing more is known about him.Reg. Lacy (Canterbury

    ARUNDELL, John II (by 1534-80), of Trerice in Newlyn, Cornw.

    Lanherne, and until the accession of Elizabeth that family’s support was a pre-requisite for election there. In 1555 Arundell’s prospects were improved by a combination of circumstances: his namesake of Lanherne was returned for Preston, Sir John Arundell of

    TREWYNNARD, William (by 1495-1549), of Trewinnard, Cornw.

    eldest son of a small landed proprietor who seems to have been a dependant of the Arundells of Lanherne. On his father’s death he succeeded to the family home at Trewinnard, some ten miles from Helston, but most of his

    ARUNDELL, Sir John (by 1500-57), of Lanherne, St. Mawgan-in-Pyder, Cornw.

    (by 1500-57), of Lanherne, St. Mawgan-in-Pyder, Cornw. Constituency Dates Cornwall Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p. Cornw. 1530-44, 1554-d., Devon 1536-44; constable, Tintagel castle, Cornw. 10 June 1537; sheriff, Cornw. 1541-2, 1554-5; recorder, Launceston by 1543; commr. benevolence, Cornw. 1544/45, musters

    BAKER, John IV (d.c.1421), of 'Porthpigan' (Looe), Cornw.

    sued for trespass by Sir John Herle*. He was evidently on more amicable terms with (Sir) John Arundell I* of Lanherne, for whom in 1418 he completed a transaction whereby substantial estates in Cornwall were settled on Sir John’s illegitimate

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornsey , including Highgate Roman catholicism

    and Catherine, wife of Anthony Kitchen , in 1594 . 71 The foremost was Sir John Arundell (d. 1591), of Lanherne (Cornw.), confined for three years to Alderman Rowe 's house at Muswell Hill but in 1590 allowed to choose

    Parishes Over Wallop

    his two nephews, Sir Edmund Carew of Mohuns Ottery , son of his sister Margaret, and Sir John Arundell of Lanherne (co. Cornw.), son of his sister Catherine. 37 The subsequent history of the four parts is for some time

    Parishes Over Worton Over Worton , 1760

    local men. The Arundell share was sold in 1576 to the copyhold tenants of the manor by John Arundell of Lanherne . 41 The Carew share was probably conveyed in 1512 to William Compton , 42 and sold in 1586

    Parishes Pitney

    died in 1450 leaving two daughters. The younger, Catherine, married successively William Stafford (d. 1450) and Sir John Arundell of Lanherne (Cornw.) (d. 1473) and died in 1479 . Her son and heir Sir Thomas Arundell , K.B., died in

    Parishes Kingstone

    who survived until 1461. 52 The estates were then divided, Allowenshay passing to Catherine, wife of Sir John Arundell of Lanherne (Cornw.) (d. 1473). 53 She died in 1479 and was succeeded by her son Sir Thomas Arundell , K.B.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Batch of War Ballads. By Martin F. Tupper. Bos- worth. Poems. By Anna Blackwell. John Chapman. The Vale of Lanherne and other Poems. By H. Sewell Stokes. Longman and Co. Historical Ballads Illustrative of the History of England, with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in feap. Svo, cloth, price is:, POEMS of LATER YEARS. By HENrY SEWELL STOKES, *tAuthor of ' The Vale of Lanherne,' ' Memories,' Le. London: LONGMANS, GREEN, and CO., Paternoster-row. 13 GRIEAT MARLBOEOUGII-STREET. HURST & BLACKETT'S NEW WORKS. -0- LIFE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Broad E6'Ury cCamel. ear i theY will dnd the finest North Dottol3l Coast Scenery, sad have Bedrnthan 5 teps Lanherne silsy, Treesse Head, St. Mtincer Stemi, antd the Bold Promontory ,.1 Pt tireltitimi easy secees. There are ton miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the way in which e he carried something under his left arin, might 1b ono of the gamekeepers of neighbouring Lanherne,' or might be- but, no; *the other alternative prefers moonlight for his woodland wanderings. Well, he was welcome. If Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    should be viewed, the village of Ma'gan, where a beautiful church and carved cross are to be seen, and the Lanherne Nunnery, belong- ing to the Carmelite Nuns, repays a visit. The Bed- ruthen Steps afford a beautiful coast drive, Subscribers-only content

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