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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    , John, 967. -, -, sheriff's attorney, 64, 498, 631, 800 (i), 810. Trevuhan. See Trebiffin. Trew allow. See Wogolowe. Trewannion , Trewanyon [in Lesnewth ] , Cornw., 203, 269. Trewardreith. See Tywardreath. Trewesse , Trevasso [(?) Trevessa in Enoder Subscribers-only content

    Index, L

    prior of Grande Chartreuse, 197 (iv). Lesbury , Northumb., Hawkhill lordship in, 897. Lesnewth , Lesnewith, Cornw., Helset manor, Trebiffin, Trewannion and Treworld in, 203, 269. Lessness , Lesnes [in Erith ] , Kent, 389 (xvii). Lestraunge. See Strange. Letcombe Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -TANCE. of and in all that MESSUAGE, TE- NEMENT and FARM, called LITTLE TREWANNION, Situate in the said Parish of Lesnewth. and ad- joining the Barton of Trewannion, aforesaid. Subject to a Lease, held for the residue of a Term Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G , Millbrook, Devonport Rows, R. G., Helston , VaJlack-Tom, W. 11., Cawsand uoucner, A. r, hi. Germans Harris, N., Trewannion, Boscas- Laylaud-Barratt, F., London i Rosevear, Wm. S., Tavistock | Valletort, Viscount, Mount Edg n___°r )' • -'?.'-'S ''"'''" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    78 years ; and on the 17 th instant, Henry John, son of Mr. John Williams, aged two years. At Trewannion, near Boscastle, on the loth, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. John Jose, yeoman, aged 1 2 years. At Tresparrott Post, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant, Tavistock.aged 47. On the 1 1th inst., at Trematon Caatle, Cornwall,Thom_s Tyrwhitt Tucker, Esq., aged 46. Nov. 19, at Trewannion, Lesnewth, after protracted sufferings from cancer, borne witb Christian fortitude, Philippa, tbe beloved wife of Mr. John Harris. She Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A T his own Stables, that well £Tft«&s3i%& -£-*- known *' ust trotting Carriage 'rTnll horse MERRYLEGS, at 255. each Trewannion, Lesnewth, near Boscastle, March 31st, 1857. TO SERVE THIS SEASON IN CORNWALL. fTIHAT celebrated Fast-trotting ! f^y^f-N^ "GRAND TURK." Subscribers-only content

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