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Thynne, family of Haynes

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Date: 1500-1970
History:

The 2nd Viscount Weymouth (1710-51) married in 1733 Louisa Carteret, daughter of the 2nd Earl Granville. On the death of the 3rd Earl Granville in 1776 Granville and Carteret estates in Cornwall, Devon and Bedfordshire (Haynes or Hawnes Park) passed to a younger son of the second Viscount Weymouth, Henry Frederick Thynne, who was created Baron Carteret in 1784.

Places:
  • Bude, Cornwall
  • Haynes, Bedfordshire
  • Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire
  • Kilkhampton, Cornwall
  • Morwenstow, Cornwall
  • Stratton, Cornwall
  • Welcombe, Devon
  • Wilshamstead, Bedfordshire
Sources of authority: Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, Guide to Principal Estate and Family Collections L-W, 1999.
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/F86786 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/F10709 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
16th cent-1918: Beds (Haynes, Houghton Conquest, Wilshamstead, etc) deeds and papers
Bedfordshire Archives & Records Service
NRA 33545 Thynne
2
16th cent-19th cent: Beds (Haynes, Wilshamstead, etc) deeds and papers
Bedfordshire Archives & Records Service
NRA 33545 Thynne
3
1614-1862: misc Beds (Haynes, etc) deeds and papers
University of British Columbia Library
NRA 34810 Thynne
4
1812-1822: Cornwall (Kilkhampton, Stratton, etc) estate accounts
Devon Archives and Local Studies Service (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 9922 Peter
5
c1850-1970: Cornwall (Bude, Kilkhampton, Stratton, etc) and misc Devon (Welcombe, etc) estate accounts, plans and papers
North Devon Record Office (South West Heritage Trust)
NRA 18680 Sumner
6
1710-1842: Cornwall (Kilkhampton, Stratton, etc) estate papers
Cornwall Record Office
NRA 4185
7
19th cent: Thynne family corresp, mainly of Lord John Thynne (1798-1881)
Westminster Abbey Library and Muniment Room
See HMC file 1986
8
18th cent: papers of 1st Earl Granville (1690-1763) (formerly in the possession of Lord John Thynne)
British Library, Manuscript Collections

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