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    Appendix I, July 1661, 01 July 1661-31 July 1661

    20 l . at the old rent and 20 s. per an. de incremento is reasonable. (6) A tenement called Penwithick: in hand: late tenant, John Phelipps: old rent 6 s .: by the Parliamentary survey valued at 8 l British History Online

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    24, Joseph Drew, Esq., second son of the late Samuel Drew, M.A., of St. Austell, aged 70. Dyer - At Penwithick Stents, St. Austell, July 23, Jane, widow of Mr. John Dyer, aged 70. Ei>dt - At 7:**zv. :■. Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    row, Truro, March 20, Joseph, eldest son of Mr. Jeremiah Griffin, in the 22nd year of his age. GBOSE- At Penwithick Stents, St. Austell, March 13, Mary, wife of Mr. John Grose, aged 73. ' GENN- At Calcutta, on board Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to erect i the Board school at Port Isaac. ST- AUSTELL. Fatal Bailway Accident.- A young man named Grigg, of Penwithick Stents, St. Austell, was engaged at iviolinnes Station, on the Cornwall Minerals Railway, on Thursday afternoon, loading a truck Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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