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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRENCREKE, Robert (by 1524-94), of Treworgan in St. Erme, Cornw.

    (by 1524-94), of Treworgan in St. Erme, Cornw. Constituency Dates Truro 1545 Truro 1547 Ofifces Held Commr. gaol delivery, Launceston castle, Cornw. 1555; j.p. Cornw. 1558/59-d.; reeve, Moresk, Cornw. 1560-1; recorder, Truro temp. Eliz. Biography Robert Trencreke stood on the

    CHAPELL, Richard (by 1527-55 or later), of Gwennap, Cornw.

    not without foundation, for his colleagues at Lincoln’s Inn included many Cornishmen and with one at least, Robert Trencreke of Treworgan in St. Erme, he appears to have been close. It was presumably this friendship which accounts for his return

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chetton Village; ~'rlday, 5, MuclglyCross. rT WVoaicrsTnsainE (at 11).--Tleie day, December 2, Keunwick; R~OSS HsAtIIERSu Cat 11).-This day, December 27, Treworgan; Saturday, 30, Cross Collar. - ~~FOOTBALL. it SMALL HEATh .ALLYANCcE v. A~cETrNOTON.-A large lynumber of spectators assembled on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    woollen draper. J. WOrOTTor, Grove Street, Derby, bent and slsoc maker. E. R. SsrisoIFr, Tredunnock, Llangarren, Herefordshire, farner. G. ScUDADConE, Treworgan, Llangarren, IHerefordshire, farmer, G. Consose, Perehore, Worcestershire, builder. MAIsGLOTiraso and CIIETWY.N, Sa1eSome Street, Worcester, boot manufacturers; also separate estate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carden; Friday, 10, wworthenbury; Saturday, 20, New Street Lasce (at 10.A5). Roes lf.9 crAscr-si (lit, 11). 'Tbis day, February 17, Treworgan Soturday, 20, Lolwstose. VOLUNTEER NEWS, The annnual concert and distribution of prizea in connec- tion with tbe First South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    filly, or gelding two-year-old class e I MrilR. John EIlwards Vevers, YTrkhilel Herefordehire, beiogi a second, M Ar. WVilliam Till, Treworgan, Ross obteined is first anil second in the colt or filly oldviae year-old class, and Mr. H. Leckfold, Llangdina6o, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INITIAL HUNTERS' STEEPLECHASE of SOV soy. About two miles. Mr. Williams's Hospodar, a, 12st 71b ............ Hassall 1 Mr. Smith's Treworgan, a, 12st 71b h._W. RH Joseph 2 Mr. Ainsworth'srLoll Pop,4y, 1istllbW. Molyneux 3 Grave (R. Rudd), hloe (R. Mitchell), Subscribers-only content

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