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    BOSCAWEN, Hugh I (1625-1701), of Tregothnan, Cornw. and Greek Street, Westminster

    name of a person ‘well qualified for a public living and of a quiet temper’ to administer to St. Michael’s Penkevel. Boscawen’s chaplain, Joseph Halsey, had been ejected from the living in 1662, but ‘is still desirous the place should History of Parliament

    Cecil Papers, March 1601, 21-31, 21 March 1601-31 March 1601

    first of aprill, at 5 in the moringe. 1 p. ( 250. 75.) The Enclosures : (1.) Examination of John Penkevel. 1601, March 29. Before the Commissioners for restraint of passage at Dover. John Penkevell, son of John Penkevell, of British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, when it was resolved to wind up the affairs of this mine, in the Stannary Court, forthwith. Creegbrawse and Penkevel United Mines. - At a meeting of the adventurers, held at the account- house, on the sth April, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was declared, leaving a balance of £277 to be earned forward. At a meeting of the adventurers in Creegbraiose and Penkevel United Mines, held in the country, the accounts for the six months to the end of January showed a Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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