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    ALLET, Richard, of Allet in Kenwyn, Cornw.

    ALLET, Richard, of Allet in Kenwyn, Cornw. Constituency Dates Bodmin 1406 Launceston (Dunheved) 1423 Biography Allet is not known to have held property in either of the boroughs he represented in Parliament. In the first half of the 14th century

    TRENEWITH, Otto.

    May 1405 was to receive, with his father and brother, John, seisin of Arthur Hamely's lands in the manors of Allet and Helwyn and in the isles of Scilly.[footnote] If that was the case then he was Hamely's nephew and

    WYSE, John (b.c.1377), of Sydenham Damarel in Marystowe, Devon.

    the church of Lew Trenchard. Undue exercise of his influence in Cornwall, which derived from holdings at Tremodret (in Roche), Allet (in Kenwyn), Penair (in Gorran), Trethake and Little Lantyan, led him to be later described as ‘un grand comune

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