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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tendered is resignation. The Rev. Nicholas Every, of St Veep, who stood next in rotation, andthe Rev, William Phillipps, of Lanivet, the next, resigned also ! Mr Digory King, the alderman next on the list, was then proposed as mayor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mioctgomery, Liverpool, furniture broker. [Dodge sad Wynne, Union court, Castle street, Liverpool.-J. Randell, Devizes, Wiltshire, biilder. [Norris, Devizes.-l. L. Marshall, Lanivet, Corn- wall, coach ma ker. [Stogdon, Exeter. Divisiendi.-Feb. 22, J. Marks, Bell street, Paddington, and Long Acre, coach moaker-Feb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21n, J. W. Reed, Ottery St 3tary, Deronshire, grocer.-Jnne 20, G. Wheller, Cerry JRivel, Somersetshire, draper.-Jine 22, R. L. Marolsall, Lanivet, Cormiall, coachmaker.-June 20, W. J. Foeseraker, Tivertoet, innkeeper. Cesetilcates to be grmuutees unless cause he shown to the contrary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11, at Bristol. Sols., Norris, Devizes, and Abbott and Co., Bristol; ofl. assig., Miller, Bristol. RIHARD LwinL s W SMARSHALL, Lanivet, Cornwall, coach maker February 16 and March 14, at 11, at Exeter. Sol.s. Bishop ann Wreford, Fowey, and Stogdon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March 8, Clarles E. Laedrich, Paris, Improvements in watches. Dated March 8, 184. William Moir, Manchester, and Charles E. Sergeant, Lanivet, Cornwali, improvements in railways and railway carriages. Dated Mlarch 3, 1618. James Taylor, lslddlesborougle-on-Tees. improvem~ents in ap- paratus for-raising Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COURTENAY, John (1520/21-60), of London and Tremere in Lanivet, Cornw.

    London and Tremere in Lanivet, Cornw. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel Oct. 1553 Bodmin Nov. 1554 Penryn 1555 Ofifces Held Attorney, common pleas by 1559. Biography John Courtenay was a younger son of a cadet line of the influential Devon family seated

    CHIVERTON, Henry (1511-74/81), of Bodmin, Lanivet and Trehunsey in Quethiock, Cornw.

    there in official documents of the late 1540s, but by 1555 he had settled at Lanivet some three miles from the town: he remained at Lanivet until the division of the Kingdon estates when he moved to Trehunsey.[footnote]Chiverton was a

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

    (1641-96), of Tremeer, Lanivet, Cornw. Constituency Dates Mitchell 17 Dec. 1689 Mitchell 12 Nov. 1690 Mitchell 14 Dec. 1695 Mar. 1696 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1665-80, 1689-90, recusants 1675; j.p. Cornw. to 1680, Devon and Cornw. July 1688,

    BRAY, Thomas I, of 'Treskellow', Cornw.

    the Thomas Bray who appears in the pedigree of the family of Bray of St. Cleer and Lanivet, Cornwall, as the son and heir of Gervase Bray† by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Richard Hewes. Certainly, the family had

    NICOLL, John, of Bodmin, Cornw.

    of his ten such appointments) resulted in the confiscation by the Exchequer of five of his messuages in Bodmin and Lanivet worth £3 a year.[footnote] Nicoll evidently found it difficult to combine his duties as a coroner with his other


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