Rental or Survey   Cornwall estate   (Jan 14 Hen VII)   Extent [of the manors of Sir...

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Rental or Survey

 

Cornwall estate

 

(Jan 14 Hen VII)

 

Extent [of the manors of Sir John Arundell], with names of tenants and rents paid. (Names marked '+' added or altered later.) [18 fols, plus blanks, cover and 2 inserted paper schedules.]

 

Seynt Columb & Trewynhelek: free tenants, tenants for term of years.

 

Trembleith: (free tenants) Restelek, Langorow, Treffewa, Lamayle, Arlyn, Trevayow, Trethias, Treyarnan, Trever, Tewyn, Kerowlom, Kerow meor, Ammall, Trevang', Seyntmenver, Trethawek, Arlyn, Trevelwith, Tewyn, Skewys; (conventionary tenants) Trenoyow, Trethias, Tredreysek, Penros, Tregona, Hengolan, Helwyn, Crukmorok, Dolga Trembleith, Trevyngonyow, Melynnow't, Trewheneylys, Menuels, Chapell, demesne of Trembleith.

 

Lanhern: (free tenants) Ruthfos & Gau'gan, Nanstornan, Penffoos, Polgreen, Bodruthyn, Trenans, Hengolen, Porth, Elwans, Pentir, Trewarvena; (conventionary tenants): Trevedrus, Trewarvena, Lanvyen, Penpons, Newham, Wyndesor, Tregonvan, Tregewstak, Trevelgy+, Penfoos+, Trevorek downe+, Kenhewys+, etc.

 

Treloy: (free tenants) Polgren, Gargois, Chipitt, Dowlek [?], Talgragyn, Reis, Banallek, Kelestek Rewall, Breanek, Trencruk, Wiket, Trelegh, Trelest, Pentirven, Trefewa, Helwyn, Trevyan, Hendre Pawle, Trevargh, Bussens+, Talcarn Morrek, Hendre Mostell, Trenynnek, Caskeis, Treworder Wast+; (conventionary tenants) Treloy, Newlon, Pentir, Bodrogow, Kestell, Treveglos, Trethowall, Mengam, Penpoll, Stret Nuham, Melynvran, Trerebeow, Tripkunyn, Trebedann', Penrynburgh, Talcarn Morekk.

 

Bodwenek: (free tenants) Resevelyn, Boskeir, Treffry, Boskedek, Frogham+, Seyntlaurens; (conventionary tenants) Bodwenek, Attley, Tremaile, Lanyet, Lannenwell, Boskedek, Wodley le Ouera, Wodley le Nethir, corn mill, fulling mill, Atford, Nowtown [?], Seynt Laurens, Rossull [?].

 

Nansladdron: (free tenants) Pill, Will Parke+, Pengelly, Tregirthik, Nansgronek, Crukconer Olas, Huntyngdon, Carloos, Seynt Crida, Bossulyan, Trewarvena, Rescasa, Bonhurdon; (conventionary tenants) Rescorlan, Bossu, Laworan, Crukconer, Penhale, Menagwyns, Bonhurdon, corn mill, Penburgligh, ..., Lanewy, Rescasa, Sticker, Trelowith Wartha, Lanhaddron park, Gretemedow, Litellmedow.

 

Truruvyen: (free tenants) close called Gwele Connyan, Gwele Conyan; (conventionary tenants) Gwele Crokprynnyer, Gwele Nansmeor, Gweleyet, Coskeir, Seynt Clemens stret, Chiwarren, Tresympill, Carnek, Tregentilion.

 

Kenell: (free tenants) Treskewys, Penmena, Resegh, Enys, Tregonan, Hendre; (conventionary tenants) Kenell, Treberveth, Tremenhir, Trembroth, Kenell mill.

 

Tregarn: (free tenants) Trelanvyen, Congvynyan, Tregarn, Monglegh, Nansdreisek, Penwheras, Gelly, Baghow; (conventionary tenants) Tregarn, Helwyn, Tregevys, Hendrewik, Condorow, Penpoll, Bodenvyan, mill.

 

Carmynow: (free tenants) Redalen, Huthnans, Karioghall, Trener, Roddowr, Keligow, Treueglos, Treuembr' [seems to be the same as Trevemed'], Tregynryth, Tregedill, Gurlyn, Trevillian, Growse, Rosmodr', Polgren, Helstonburgh; (conventionary tenants) Lannargh, Bronywik Wartha, Bronywik Wolas, Chynythen, Hendre, Killiengreth, Clyse Olynsy, Chiwarloo, Nanspyan, Gomhee, Hendr' Dodda, Chynals, Beauripper, Merrebloo, Polcovornow/Polcornygow, Clise Meene, Burnow mill, demesne of Carmynow, Carmynow Bally, le Ouer Mill; (conventionary tenants) Tregowres, Hengeyther, Cornhogh, Treris, Trenansvyen, Treseis, Boschym, Pentir, Trevynwon, Hendre, Tresprison, Eresy, Tregadreth meor, Tregadreth vyen, Treris, Nansploth, Syntsewena.

 

Wynnyanton: (conventionary tenants) Tolle, Gonynsy Cok, Gonynsypye, Trenowith, Roos, Nynsy, Wynnyanton, Chicastell, le Conaer+ [?].

 

Conerton: (free tenants) Trencromme, Nansawallen, water of Lanant, Boswithgy, Boscuden, Talscoys, Bosuerhes, Trenow't, Amalibri, Nanscludry, Chyenglasen, Polkynhorne, Trenawyn Wartha, Eggloshaile, Trethengy, Conerwartha, Ponsreles, Grasten, Treuasek+ [?], Ventenlegh+, Arde, Hendre, Trenawyn, Hellenwon, Carewyn, Boskeures Woles, Trenywyn, Carneny, Carbons, Chiengwele, Eggloshaile, Trewelysek Heile, Trethegember, Gornogow, Westua, Arde, Trevascois, Trewronnan, Trenowith iuxta Trevascois, Legha, Trewon, Egglosheyle, Nansderow, Pennas, Treffrynk, Ard', Helles Vyen, Carenuer, Wotfold, Treuleghan, Boskeures Wartha, Trelighen, Tregena, Boyswyn, via Zabulo, Trevalscos+, Walcomb iuxta Hertlond; (conventionary tenants)

 

Conerton demesne, Penfentenyo+, Nanscrasscyas, Talseghan, Halglasen, Pennans Meor, Halenvelyn, Gargasen, Pennans Vyen, Engew, Uppetoun, Esterlo, Penpoll iuxta Lanant, Engarrake+, Trevascoys, Dryme, Treffrynk, Nans, Vynwyn, Gorfos, Boskerrys Wolas, Treloighan, Fowhyer, Polleow, Enwethen, Porrupter.

 

Medischoll: (free tenants) 'landae' called Gon Enbayly, Gonmargh, house called Chienpoll, landae called Gonbayly and Kergruggyer, Nantelyowe; (only 2 conventionary tenants) William Trehar, 1/2 the vill of Nanteliow, with common suit, 8s; Martin Rawlyn , 1 tenure and 1 close called Parkenowith (reserving the lord's fair held there), and Gonhughell, for term of 40 years, 18s 4d.

 

Enyscaven: (free tenants) Enyscaven, Mena, Trelowargh, Menawartha; (conventionary tenants) Nenys, Trelowargh, Enyscaven, Enysmeore+.

 

Penles & Treviscan: (free tenants) Resker, Wade, Trevansen, Bodelek, Tredenek, Trenoyow, Treneyren; (conventionary tenants) Penles, Trevensen, Nascaw, Treviscan, Crukmeor, Tresalen, Wade Brigge; payments to lord of Poweton. 2 schedules, giving free and conventionary tenements of Pelles, and tenants in various properties in Penles.

 

[Cornwall estate]

 

Tredenek (Penles manor) [= Tredinnick in St Breock, presumably]

 

Treviscan (Penles manor) [= Trevisker in Padstow]

 

Trethowall (Treloy manor) [= Trethowell in Kea!]

 

Trevargh (Treloy manor) [= Trevarth in Gwennap; see Cornwall Record Office ME/189-197]

 

Trelegh (Treloy manor) [= Traleath [sic], in Newlyn East]

Date: 1499
Related material:

The rental of Penles is referred to as 'newly made' on 11th Jan 1499 in the account of 1508-09 (Cornwall Record Office AR/2/945)

Held by: Cornwall Record Office, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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