Rental or Survey
Carmynowe, Wynyantoun, Kenell, Tregarn, Trembleyth, Treloy, Lanhern, St Columb, Conartoun, Lanhaddroun, Rescasa, Trembleyth, Boswenek, Enyscavyn, Truruvyan, [Methsholl] (1: Carmynowe, Wynyantoun)
(1: 1459, 1460)
Extent of manors.
Carmynowe: Monday 17th Dec 1459 (Monday before St Thomas Apostle, 38 Hen VI), by oath of William Payoun, William Treghar and Simon Kentrevek.
Heir of Warin Lercedekne holds Redalan, Huthnans, Karioghall, Ruddor, Treneer and Tilligowe and 1/2 knight's fee for homage and fealty and scutage for every service.
Heir of Richard Sergeaux, knight, holds 1 acre Cornish in Treueglos, 3 acres in Treuemeder, 1 acre in Tregenryth, 1 ferling in Carleb in knight's service for homage and fealty.
John Petyt Predannek holds 1 acre Cornish in Tregedyll in socage for homage and fealty with suit of court every 3 weeks, paying 12d at All [Saints] and Sts Philip and James.
Heir of Ralph Ter [?] holds 2 parts of Gurlyn and 1/2 of Trevolyhan ... which were formerly in free marriage with Margery daughter of Carmynow.
Heir of Reginald Godrevy, 3 acres at Grous for homage and fealty, and suit of court every 3 weeks, paying 5s yearly at four chief dates. Ralph Reskymer, 1/2 acre Cornish in Rosm..dro for homage and fealty, paying 20d at 4 chief dates.
James Nanfan, 1 acre [?] Cornish in Polgr..en in socage for homage and fealty, suit of court every 3 weeks, 6s yearly.
Heir of Pascoe Cotha, ... plot ... Helstonburgh; 6s yearly at four chief terms.
Lammargh; Bronywyk Wartha, Bronywyk Wolles; Hendre, Chynythyn, Kyllyancreth; John Cleys Mottry, in Cleys and in Olensy; Richard Sweyn, in Chiwarloo; Treworlyn (at Chiwarloo); Nanspyan; Gome; Hendredodda; Chynals; Beauripper; Hee; Morreb loo; Polscovornogowe and Cleys Meen; lower and upper mills; demesne of Carmenowe (farmer, 'firmarius', Peter Gerveys, with Bronnov; acquittance of rent (bishop of Exeter, John Pedyt for Crous lord of Lucyes for Rosmordro).
Wynyantoun: Tuesday 8th Jan 1460 (Tuesday before St Hilary, 38 Hen VI).
Ralph Reskymer, 2 acres Cornish in Tregowres, Hengeyther and Cornhough.
Heir of Richard Sergeaux, knight, 1 acre Cornish in Trerys, 1/2 acre Cornish in Trenans Bian, 1/2 acre Cornish in Treseys.
Heir of William le Brit, 1 acre Cornish in Bossym and Pentyr.
Heir of William Erysy, 1/2 acre Cornish in Trenowoen [margin, later: Trevenwoen alias Trnowne (sic)]; Thomas Massely, 3 ferlings in Hendre; heir of Henry de Hendre, 1 ferling in Hendre; heir of Henry Tresprysonn [sic], 1/2 acre Cornish in Trespryson; Henry Bodrugan, 1/2 acre Cornish in Erysy; heir of Thomas de Tregadreth, in Tregadreth mur, Tregadreth Bian, Trerys and Nansplough for 2 acres and 1 ferling.
1 acre Cornish in Seyntsewana falls by hereditary right to Matthew de Seynt Sewana, bondman.
(John Nensy in) Toll; Gonensy Cok; Gonensy Pye; Trenewith; Roos; Nynsy; Wynyanton; also various casual profits, namely custody of marriage, scutage, aids, escheats, heriots, wreck of sea and strays, of the Hundred of Kirriar.
Tilligowe [= Treliggo, in Breage]
Trenewith [= Trenoweth in Gunwalloe, presumably]
Endorsed [18th century] 'Methsole cut off from the within & sent to Lord Arundell to London: Feby 1771.' [n.b. The manor of Mitchell was sold in 1775, AR/2/1196; the first membrane of the piece cut off is now at Gloucester Record Office, D421/A2/25, but the second is yet to be found.]