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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 19 December 1651, 19 December 1651-19 December 1651

    Fawtry , of Hoggington , for the County. Cornwall . Richard Lovis Esquire, Philip Lower Gentleman, John Baron , of Treludick , junior, Gentleman. Devon . Thomas Stevens of Thoorlston Gentleman, Shilston Calmady Esquire, Henry Luscomb junior, of Rathere , British History Online

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    Monmouth, manor of, ii. 543. Treloyn , South Wales, i. 444. Treludderow in Newlyn (Treludda), co. Cornwall, ii. 623, 635. Treludick , co. Cornwall, ii. 659. Tremain , Degory, of Poundstock, ii. 623, 635. Tremnehue . See Treveneague. Trench , British History Online

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    (Barron): Geoffry, ii. 599. James, of Magdalene College, Oxford, ii. 1027. of Hendred, minister, ii. 978. John; ii. 1366. of Treludick, junior, ii. 659. Robert, i. 1240; ii. 40. Barrard , Thomas, ii. 267. Barrel , Gilbert, ii. 471, 668, British History Online

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    and in all that BAR- TON and FARM, situate in tbe Parish of Ealoskerrv, in the county of Cornwall, CALLED TRELUDICK, In the Occupation of Mr. Peter Hurdon, the Proprietor. This Estate which lies within a Ring Fence, consists of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    28th inst., at Camelford, Mr. James Hurdon, che- mist and druggist*, youngest son of the late Johu Hurdon- Esq., of Treludick, in the parish of Egloskerry. At St. Ives, on the 26th ult., Ann, relict of Mr. Thoraa, Mount, aged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    chapel, Launceston, April 11, br the Rev. T. B. Butcher, Mr. Thomas Daw, ofMooisian-, Egloskerry, to Miss Amelia Doney, of Treludick, in the same parish. HORE- HELMUT-. At Bt. Blaeey, April 11, by the Rev. J. Peni- stan. vicar, Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2r. 22p. Treludick (lot 1) is situate 5 miles from the Launceston Eailway Station. Ninestones (lot 2) about 8 mues from Liskeard and 3 from Boiventor. Pennellick (lot 3) about ii miles from Liekeard town and station. Treludick Estate has Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tne entire^ Treludick (lot 1) is situates miles from the Launceston , Railway Station. Ninestones (lot 2) about 8 miles from Liskeard and 3 from Bolventor. Pennelliok (lot 3) about 6 miles from Liskeard town and station. Treludick Estate has Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Egloskerry, June 6, John, son of the late Johu Brown, Trethinna. Altarnun, to Emilie Bate Stenlake, daughter of Thomas Stenlake, Treludick, Egloskerry. DURRAt*T-JONh.S-At Trinity Church. Hamp- stead, June " William James Durrant of 10 Cheapside, Lo.. ton, and &t. Minver, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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