Catalogue description Account roll   Cornwall estate   Reeves, etc.   [Audit book]   Lanherne (John Newall,...

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Details of AR/2/969
Reference: AR/2/969
Description:

Account roll

 

Cornwall estate

 

Reeves, etc.

 

[Audit book]

 

Lanherne (John Newall, reeve); includes 'nil' for wreck of sea.

 

Treloye (John Husbande, reeve).

 

Tremblethe ([blank], reeve).

 

Nansladron (John Harrye de Penhale in Goran, reeve).

 

Bodwanneck (John Killowe, reeve by right of [blank] his wife).

 

Eniskaven (John Toker, reeve).

 

Penlese (William Woolcock, reeve).

 

Trurovean (Nicola Allyn widow); "Quere quid sit fact' et quomodo

 

Crookprynner est occupat'".

 

Kenall (Ralph John, reeve).

 

Tregarne Condorowe (James Menkey, reeve).

 

Carmynow (John Illary, reeve).

 

Wynnyanton (Thomas John alias Chippye); includes headfish and wreck of sea (no details); strays of Wynnyanton and the Hundred of Kerryar (Robert Bray, bailiff).

 

Metchall (John Donall, deputy of Peter Courteny esquire).

 

Connerton: customary tenants (John Thomas, reeve); Connerton manor (John Tregenna gentleman, bailiff); includes wreck of sea and headfish (no details); planting of reeds.

 

Hundred of Penwith (John Tregenna gentleman).

 

Bodardell (Richard Mitchell).

 

St Colombe (Thomas John, bailiff).

 

Rents from Treleis (parish of Key), St Edye alias Tedie, and Treviscar Veean alias Vyan.

 

Bodbrane (Henry Hocken, reeve).

 

Respery (John Jenkyn, reeve).

 

Prospynneck (John Davye, reeve).

 

Pengwenna (John Ripper, reeve).

 

Rosworrye ([blank], deputy of Joan Senawden [sic] widow).

 

Bossuyen (Robert Richard, reeve); 'nil' for wreck of sea.

 

Tresithny (Thomas John, bailiff).

 

Demelliock (John Tooker, bailiff).

 

Tregennow (John Tubb, reeve).

 

Tregorreck (John Randall).

 

Carnanton (Peter Pridias, bailiff).

 

Toll tin (Thomas John and George Browne); places named, by manors.

Date: 1583
Held by: Archives and Cornish Studies Service (formerly Cornwall Record Office), not available at The National Archives
Language: English

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