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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREFUSIS, Samuel (1676-1724), of Trefusis, nr. Penryn, Cornw.

    TREFUSIS, Samuel (1676-1724), of Trefusis, nr. Penryn, Cornw. Constituency Dates Penryn 1698 1713 Penryn 15 Mar. 1714 1722 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1710. Biography Trefusis came from a long-established Cornish family who owned land in Penryn and its surrounding districts,

    TREFUSIS, Francis (1650-80), of Trefusis, nr. Penryn, Cornw.

    TREFUSIS, Francis (1650-80), of Trefusis, nr. Penryn, Cornw. Constituency Dates Penryn Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cornw. 1676-7, commr. for assessment 1677-80. Biography Trefusis’s family had been seated on the estate above Carrick Roads from which they took their name

    TREFUSIS, Robert (1708-42), of Trefusis, Cornw.

    TREFUSIS, Robert (1708-42), of Trefusis, Cornw. Constituency Dates Truro 1734 51741 Biography Defeated at Penryn in 1734, Trefusis was returned unopposed for Truro on the Boscawen interest, voting against the Administration on the Westminster bridge bill, 31 Mar. 1736,[footnote] to

    TREFUSIS, Hon. Charles Rodolph (1791-1866), of Trefusis, Cornw.

    TREFUSIS, Hon. Charles Rodolph (1791-1866), of Trefusis, Cornw. Constituency Dates Callington 4 Mar. 1813 31818 Ofifces Held Commr. of appeals in excise Dec. 1818-Oct. 1819; commr. of excise 1819-33. Ofifces Held Capt. N. Devon yeoman cav. 1822, lt.-col. 1834, lt.-col.

    TREFUSIS, Richard (d.1611), of Lincoln's Inn, London and Lanleake, Cornw.

    between the Richard Trefusis who became a parliament man and the borough he represented in three consecutive Parliaments without-as far as is known-contributing to the business of any of them. The Trefusis family had been seated at Trefusis, overlooking Falmouth

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hatley St. George

    . 88 On Sir Robert 's death in 1717 89 his heir was his daughter Alice, wife of Samuel Trefusis of Trefusis (in Mylor, Cornw.). 90 Alice predeceased her husband, who died in 1724 . 91 His second wife, Margaret,

    Parishes Shenley

    only daughter married William Abney , barrister-at-law, and they sold it in 1771 to Robert Cotton Trefusis . The house was rebuilt by Trefusis , and after his death the manor was sold by his trustees to John Harcourt ,

    Parishes Bicknoller

    vicarage house and grounds, and from the 1890s to 1910 in the parish room, built on the glebe by Mrs. Trefusis of Thorncombe House . 22 In 1948 Henry Bickersteth Mayor left a site and endowment for a village hall

    Victoria County History

    185 Wal. of, 180 Cotton : Alice, m. Sam. Trefusis , 107 Sir John (d. 1702), 107 Sir John (d. 1731), 90, 98 Sir John Hinde , 107 Marg. Hinde, see Trefusis Sir Rob., 90, 94, 98, 106-7, 111 Sir

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    see Trebyll Treborough , 51 rector, 52 rectory, 50 Trebyll (Treble): Thos., rector of Brompton Ralph , 24 fam., 180 Trefusis , Mrs., 13 Trevanion , Anne, wid. of Baldwin Malet , 131 Trevelyan : Sir Art ., 114 Edw.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at GoadfaloplPe in the tilme of Queen ELIZAnicrit. T'lhe piece opens with tile lamentations of a young British offi- er, Trefusis (H. Kni.-msn f), wlto has heen thrown into prison 13y MonteWleal (Bec-ocoiuG), the 'French corn- w11auder at nadelounpe. A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baccett Len-. nard, Bart. of Bell-house, Essex. At. Huishi; in Devons'iire, tlie Right Hon. Lord Rolle, to the Ron. Loeuisa Trefusis, sister to Lord Clinton. At St. SidwelPs Church, Exnter, Thomas Williams, aged, tos Miss, Bread, aged 83. DEATHS The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A NICE LADY MARY.-" 'lBut how beautiful she is !' said Trefusis; admiringly, ' What a pity that those exquisite hands should be so dirty ! It reminds ine,' (Trefusis loved a coarse anecdote) ' of her answer to old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wliirh the repo ts wrre heard as signals fbr assistance. The sea had driven her broadside on the shore, under Trefusis hill, on the spot where the Queen transport was lost some years ago. A mau called Andrews was drowned. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Adam Gordon, Esq., in the 8Stll year of her age-on the 4th inst., at Cheltenham, Miss Barbara Crawley Trefusis, in the 80th year of her age-On the I Ith inst., at Littlebam, Devonshire, W. Shearman, esq, in hi, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 June 1793, 3 June 1793

    718 Journals 0/* ffe Houfe 0/ Lords. ^.1793. cc " into Execution His Majefty's moft gracious Intentions " towards Lord PotPzey, and the Perfons on whom the " Title of Lord Poz/zzey fhall defcend." The fame was agreed to, Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1822, 15 March 1822

    and & Trefusis' Saye of Heanton Satchville Hall, in the County of Devon, f^" and of The Honorable Charles Rodolph Trefusis, the Bro- ther and Heir presumptive of the said Lord Clinton, and to the Baronies of Clinton and Saye; Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1822, 27 March 1822

    102: 2?°-28° Martii. 3G Secretary of Excise Board to attend thereon. Townsend against Sir A. War¬ ren et al. Appellant's Petition to revive, re¬ ferred to Appeal Comee. " Substances prepared and sold under the Name of Break- " Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1822, 21 May 1822

    Clinton, of the Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of & Trefusis Robert Cotton Saint John Lord Clinton and of The *gj*e for a Honorable Charles Rodolph Trefusis, praying Leave to bring in a Private Bill for the Purposes Subscribers-only content

    19 June 1822, 19 June 1822

    consented thereto in the Manner required by the " Standing Orders of this House, except The Honorable " Charles Rodolph Trefusis, First Tenant in Tail in " Remainder, who was proved to be at Calais in France ; 11 but Subscribers-only content

 

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