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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRELAWNY, Richard (c.1389-1449), of Trelawny, Cornw.

    TRELAWNY, Richard (c.1389-1449), of Trelawny, Cornw. Constituency Dates Launceston (Dunheved) 1411 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Devon, Cornw. Mar. 1442 (estates of (Sir) John Arundell I*), Cornw. Sept. 1443 (piracy). Biography In 1411, the year of his only known election

    TRELAWNY, Harry (1687-1762), of Whitleigh, Devon

    TRELAWNY, Harry (1687-1762), of Whitleigh, Devon Constituency Dates East Looe 1708 1710 Ofifces Held A.d.c. to Duke of Marlborough (John Churchill†) in 1706. Biography Trelawny initially saw service on Marlborough’s staff, his cousin and future wife offering thanks in May

    TRELAWNY, John I, of Woolston, Trelawny and 'Tregarrick', Cornw.

    TRELAWNY, John I, of Woolston, Trelawny and 'Tregarrick', Cornw. Constituency Dates Bodmin Sept. 1397 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Cornw. Nov. 1400 (piracy); array Nov. 1405. Biography That three members of the Trelawny family in successive generations were called John

    TRELAWNY, William (?1722-72), of Trelawne, nr. Looe, Cornw.

    TRELAWNY, William (?1722-72), of Trelawne, nr. Looe, Cornw. Constituency Dates West Looe 16 May 1757 June 1767 Ofifces Held Lt. R.N. 1743; capt. 1756; gov. Jamaica June 1767- d. Biography William Trelawny, by order of his uncle Harry, applied to

    TRELAWNY, Charles (c.1653-1731), of Hengar House, nr. Bodmin, Cornw.

    1692 Trelawny was given leave of absence from the Commons. Information was passed to Lord Portland, the King’s Dutch favourite, in May 1692 that Trelawny and his officers had engaged for King James in a Jacobite plot, whereupon Trelawny sent

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edgware Manors

    Martin , Cat. All Souls , p. 37); Edgware Rentals 14, 34; see below, p. 208. D. G. Denoon and Trelawny Roberts, 'The Extent of Edgware , A.D. 1277', T.L.M.A.S . xiii. 160. See below. All Souls Coll ., Edgware

    Parishes Quanton with Shipton Lee

    buried at Quainton in 1791 , this property passed by the marriage of his sister and heir Mary to the Trelawny , afterwards the Trelawny-Brereton , family, who owned it in the mid-19th century (Lipscomb, op. cit. i, 400-1). Lipscomb,

    Sompting

    for the continent. 14 E. J. Trelawny , the author and traveller, moved to Sompting c . 1870 and died there in 1881 . 15 His house in West Street was still known as Trelawny 's cottage in 1978 .

    Worthing

    Census , 1971 ; Worthing B.C. Yr . Bk . ( 1976-7 ). D.N.B . S. J. Looker, Shelley , Trelawny , Henley ( 1950 ), 27, 31. Worthing Surv . 64. H. M. Hyde , Oscar Wilde ( 1975

    Worthing Social and cultural activites

    . 253-4. Worthing B.C. Yr . Bk . ( 1972-3 ). Inscr. in bldg. S. J. Looker , Shelley , Trelawny , Henley ( 1950 ), 26. Odell , Old Theatre , 104. Unless otherwise stated the rest of this

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALrhydeddus Siduey!Henbert, a oYr Airhydeddus W. Monsell; Arglwydd Jo6h Bnssell, i Mr. H:. Russell (y presenol Due o Bedford),iSirl. yg Trelawny. Ymhlith I mwjafrifo blaid Argl4ydd s'r Psimorston, cawn enw Mr. Disraeli, a phrif Geidwad- R. wyr yr ddeg hono. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has occasioned so much bloodshed and the loss of so much property. Thzere arefine hanging woods in St. James's and Trelawny, and we do sincerely hope that the bodies of all the Methodist preachers, who snay be convicted of sedition, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of destruction had begun, and fires had been seen both in St. James's and Trelawny, to blaze the preceding night, in various directions. The Custos of Trelawny stated, that in his opinion nine-tenths of the slave population had refused to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mathematical Master in Usbridge School. On the 25th of February, at Laveno, in Italy, the Rev. S:r Harry Trelawny, Baronet, of Trelawny, Cornwall, aged 78. On the Sth inst., at the Arsenal, Woolwich, General Sir George Bnlteel Fisher, K.C.H., of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    observation made as to the spot where the boat disap- appeared caused it to be found, through the exertions of Trelawny, for that effect. It had gone down in ten ftLthom water; it had not capsized; and, except such things Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 March 1724, 9 March 1725

    confidering, the Report of thesir J* T?? Judges to whom the Petition of Sir John Trelawny Ba- Brothers, '* ronet, and of his Brothers Edward Trelawny and Hele L?ave *°r » Tr^/tf-zfl/y/Efquires, was referred; praying Leave to bring l : Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1819, 17 February 1819

    and also, that the Judges, having perused the Bill, do sign the same. A Petition of John Trelawny of Solw Square, in Trelawny the County of Middlesex, Esquire, praying Leave ^v0Vree°Bill • " to bring in a Bill to dissolve Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1819, 3 March 1819

    the Second Reading of the Bill, Trelawny'» intituled, " An Act to dissolve the Marriage of John Divorce Bill. " Trelawny with Caroline his now Wife, and to " enable him to marry again ; and for other Purposes " Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1819, 9 March 1819

    Witness upon the Second Reading of the Bill, inti¬ tuled, " An Act to dissolve the Marriage of John " Trelawny with Caroline his now Wife, and to enable " him to marry again j and for other Purposes therein Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1819, 17 March 1819

    sworn, was examined as follows: " Did you know Mr. John Trelawny ?" « I did." " Did you know Miss Caroline Addison to whom " Mr. John Trelawny was married?" " I did." " I believe Miss Caroline Addison Subscribers-only content

 

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