Records of the Manor of Treverbyn
|Title:||Records of the Manor of Treverbyn|
MT/I. Purchase of Manor of Treverbyn
MT/II. Purchases of Other Properties
MT/IV. Sales of Property
MT/VI. Probate and Family
MT/VII. Duchy of Cornwall Estate Administration
MT/VIII. Trevanion Family Estate Administration
MT/IX. Ivimey and Gill Estate Administration
|Held by:||Cornwall Record Office, not available at The National Archives|
The manor of Treverbyn covered the northern part of the parish of St. Austell and was divided into two moieties: Treverbyn Courtenay, owned since the sixteenth century by the Duchy of Cornwall, and Treverbyn Trevanion.
In 1852, following the Trevanion bankruptcy, Treverbyn Trevanion was purchased by Joseph Ivimey as trustee on behalf of himself and Thomas and in 1857 they purchased Treverbyn Courtenay from the Duchy. The manor continued in the joint ownership of the Gill and Ivimey families. The manorial waste was extensively developed for china clay working, and also for some metalliferous mining.
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