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Agar-Robartes family, Viscounts Clifden

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Date: 1600-2000
Places:
  • Bodmin, Cornwall
  • Feock, Cornwall
  • Gowran, County Kilkenny
  • Kenwyn, Cornwall
  • Lanhydrock, Cornwall
  • Lanlivery, Cornwall
  • London
  • Mollington, Cheshire
  • St Winnow, Cornwall
  • Wimpole, Cambridgeshire
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/F88091 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/F4356 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
17th cent-20th cent: Cornwall (Lanhydrock, etc) deeds, family, estate and mining papers 17th-20th cent and Cambs (Wimpole, etc) estate papers late 19th-early 20th cent, with deeds and papers for Cheshire (Mollington) and London 17th-19th cent
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
NRA 2649
2
19th cent-20th cent: further Cornwall (Lanhydrock, etc) estate papers
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
See Annual Return 1999
3
1811-1900: further Cornwall (Lanhydrock, etc) estate and family papers
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
See Annual return 2001
4
17th cent-20th cent: Cornwall (Lanhydrock, Lanlivery, etc) estate and mining papers
Royal Institution of Cornwall
NRA 38757 Royal
5
17th cent: Cornwall deeds and manorial papers of the predecessor Earls of Radnor
Royal Institution of Cornwall
NRA 1166 Henderson
6
1841-1901: Gowran (Co Kilkenny) estate papers
National Archives of Ireland
See Hayes, MS Sources for the History of Irish Civilisation, 1st Supplement I 1979 p130
7
1762-1965: Cornwall (Lanhydrock, etc) papers rel to eastern manors
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
See Annual Return 2007
8
1806-1920: further Cornwall (Lanhydrock, etc) estate papers
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
See Annual Return 2012
9
1925-1956: deeds rel to properties in Landewednack
Archives and Cornish Studies Service
See Annual Return 2012

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