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    Index, F

    -, manor and advowson, 975. Floyde. See Lloyde. Flynte , John, prior of Pontefract, 523. Flytte. See Flitton. Foddon. See Trenodden. Foderby , Simon. See Grene. Fodryngay. See Fotheringhay. Fogge , John, esq., of Ashford, 918. -, Thomas, esq., of Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Mendilsham, Suff., manor, 868. Menheniot , Menhynyet, Cornw., 525. -, Butterdon, Penhawger, (?) Tregrill and (?) Trevartha in, 525. -, Trenodden, Noddon, Foddon, in, 414, 525. Mentley , Mylkeley, in Standon, Herts, manor, 239. Mentmore , Bucks, Ledburn in, 948. Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Trenchard , Thomas, esq., 74. Trenchour , Thomas, kt., 488. Trenguen [(?) Trengune in Warbstow ] , Cornw., 203, 269. Trenodden , Noddon, Foddon [in Menheniot ] , Cornw., 414, 525. Trent , Som., 357. Trentham , Staffs, priory, anniversary Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    WITH THEIR _._ ;~i Tops, Lops, and Barky AH Marked and Numbered with Red Paint, now standing and growing on Trenodden Estate, in the Parish of Menheniot, within three miles of Tideford Quay, where the Timber may be shipped at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -•^^fe TREES, WITH tiieir Tops, Lops, and Bark, All Marked and Numbered with Red Paint, now standing and growing on Trenodden Estate, in the Parish of Menheniot, within three miles of Tideford Quay, where the Timber may be shipped at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    |. r t tv.cn two and three o'clock, and in a few minutes tlie hall «as filled. Jfr. Doidge of Trenodden. on the motion of Mri Join S.ibeu of Trencreek, seconded by Mr. George Raby of Keverell, took the chair Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    J. Jagoe Esq., coroner for tbe Liskeard district, st Trenodden, Menheniot on Friday last, on the body of Paul Seccombe, son of Captain James Seccombe. The child fell into a poo of hot milk on tbe Wednesday previous ; and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    hard labour. - Thomas Collins, of Lansallos, was fined with costs 125., for damaging: grass belonging to Mr. Rowe, of Trenodden. - Thomas Jones, a young lad in the employ of Mr. Win. Searle, farmer, of Bocaddon, Lanreath, was charged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    eldest daughter ot Mr Pappin, aged 20 years. ROBERTS- At St. Mawes, Nov. 1, Mrs. Roberts, aged 91 SEI.DUX- At Trenodden, Meiiheniut, Nov. 9Mr William Si aged 51. TEaGUE- At Bujea Mills, St. Austell, Xov. 8 Mr Te-^-ie 78 years, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    M.D., of Chichester, to Frances Anne, eldest daughter cf J. B. Freeland, Esq., of : the same place. Bled. At Trenodden, Cornwall, on the 22nd inst. aged 58, ■ Richard Doidge, E-q., for many years an active Magis- trate for Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Claims on the Executors in JL Trust, or who are Indebted to the Estate of the late Richard Doidge, of Trenodden, Esquire, are requested to send particulars without delay, to the Office of Messrs. GLCBB, & SOUTH MEAD GLUBB, Date^_nd Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    money, £2 - Mr. Sobey, Trawol- j land, Menheniot. Third best ditto, ditto, in money, £I-Mr.1 - Mr. W. Batten, Trenodden, Menheniot. For the best Fat Cow or Heifer, (not less than 6 cwt.) a Piece of Plate, value £3 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Ives. LAWRY- At Cam Bosavern, St. Just, February 24, after a long illness, Mr. William Lawry, aged 47. LEECH- At Trenodden, Menheniot, February 23, Beatrice Jane, the wife of Farran Leecb, of Eccles, in her 31st year. LOWER-At Liskeard, February Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at naif-past five in the afternoon, the members were invited to a tea kindly pro- vided by Mrs. Seccombe, of Trenodden, and in the unavoidable absence of the president the room was formally opened by the vicar, tbe Rev. C. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Farran Leech, Esq., of Ecc'ea, < Lancashire, t . Beatrice Jane, daughter of the late Jamea Seccombe. Eaq , of Trenodden, Menheniot. MOORE- JOHNS- At Weet Putford, Auguat 11, Mr George Moore, of Bude Haven, to Misa E. Johns, of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mrs. Hawker, Misses : <ymons, and Drury (2). Menheniot- Mrs. Hawker, Mrs. Boucher, Mrs. Raby,Mrs. Trant, Mrs. Hambly, Mrs. !>each (Trenodden), Misses L. B. Jago, Woolcombe] Karker (2). Antony, Merifield. Sheviock,Torpoint Mrs. :Littleton, Mrs. Chambers Hodgetts, Mrs. Garratt, Mrs. t'ole-Carew, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    on the -2d of June. Margaret Mur- ray, youngest daughter of the late James Aitken, Esq., of Callaud». Peeblesshire. On the 22d of June, at Trenodden, Cornwall, aged 58yeat» Richard Doidge, Esq., for many years a Magistrate for that county. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    l 4t} ' fo 6t *- 3oY " Kempster; of 72, Jeffreys- ire,'-, ! '"^ '" ' Lower Kennington-lane. _.~<>:te-iMi..<..._t Trenodden, Menheniot, Corn- itjn-. '"*' : ' : "" ' wiJe of farr *- n Leech, of Eccles, aged I Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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