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Reference CF
Covering dates 13th - 20th centuries
Held by Cornwall Record Office
Extent 18 sub-fonds
Accruals Accession 3424
Creators Coodes solicitors, Cornwall; Coode and French of St Austell, Cornwall, solicitors; Coode and son of St Austell, Cornwall, solicitors

Contents:
Title deeds and leases (in alphabetical order of parish)
Maps and plans (in alphabetical order of parish)
Estate administration (family and estate, accounts, correspondence)
Industrial (tin and copper, iron, manganese, brickworks, granite, stone, felspar, soapstone, slate, china clay and stone, Perran Foundry, Kennal Vale powder works, fishing, shipping, railways, naphtha, munitions).
Probate (in alphabetical order of surname)
Legal
Business records (Coode & Sons)
Official, Public Office
Borough and Parliamentary
Parish administration
Friendly Societies
Tithe
Miscellaneous (very)
Records of Office Administration
Letter books, Brune and Prideaux Brune, 1904-1955
Letter books, Carlyon estates, 1937-1947
Letter books, Graves Sawle, 1898-1970
Letter book, Rashleigh, 1865-1870
Letter books, Coode, 1894-1978
Letter books, Spry, 1869-1951
Letter books, Willyams, 1942-1970
Account books and cash ledgers, 1898-1973
Insurance agency records, 1889-1970
Records of Sawle of Penrice
Estate and family records, 13th-20th centuries (see summary on page 13)
Records of other families
Trevanion, 1541, 1644
Rashleigh, 1839-1927
Slade Gully, 1919
Grenville, 1593-1607/8
Records of other estates
St. Allen, St. Erme, 1667, 1670
St. Austell, 1818-1934
Calstock, 1733
Gwennap, 1948-1951
St. Hilary, 1674
Lesnewth, 1699
Lostwithiel, 1613
Mevagissey, 1857-1957
Morwenstow, 1558
St. Neot, 1766, 1768
St. Thomas by Launceston, 1638
St. Stephen in Brannel, 1320
Composite Cornish parishes, 1625-1964
Outcounty, Devon, 1573-1712
Outcounty, Hampshire, 1654-1672
Miscellaneous
Probate and estate accounts, miscellaneous non-Cornish papers, 17th-20th centuries



TITLE DEEDS AND LEASES.  [no ref. or date]

Arrangement: (Arranged in alphabetical order of parish).


ADVENT (Helston in Trigg).  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Pearce).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1  Oct. 1848 (day not given)

Contents:
Agreement to sell.
Rich. Runnalls of St. Breward, yeo., and w. Mary (nee Luxon), and Eliz. Luxon of Lanteglos-by-Camelford, spr., to Francis Toms of Advent, labourer.
Piece of common land, part of manor of Helston-in-Trigg.

[no title]  CF/1/2  20 Aug. 1849

Contents:
Agreement to sell.
Francis Toms of Lanteglos-by-Camelford, labourer, Rich. Runnalls of St. Breward, yeo., and w. Mary, and Eliz. Luxon, spr., to Francis Pearce of Camelford, brewer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/3  24 May 1861

Contents:
Deed of Sale - conveyance in fee.
Rich. Runnalls of St. Breward, farmer, and w. Mary, and Thos. Coppins of Forda in Lanteglos-by-Camelford, farmer, and w. Eliz. (nee Luxon), to Francis Pearce of Lanteglos-by-Camelford, gent.
Part of common land of manor of Helston-in-Trigg.
For Advent see also composite deeds of title for Basset and Gwatkin.

ST. AGNES. (Mithian).  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

Churchtown Coombe.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/4  1 July 1701

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, esq., to Jn. May of St. Agnes, yeo.
House, gdn. and adj. land in Churchtown Coombe, with commons of pasture on outer Goonvrea.

[no title]  CF/1/5  24 June 1721

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Wm. May of St. Agnes, tinner, to Thos. Coker of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above.

Coldharbour.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/6  24 Oct. 1705

Contents:
Warwick Mohun of Luney, gent., to Jn. Riches of St. Agnes, tinner.
3 acres of land enclosed out of Mithian common near Coldharbour.
Consideration: to enclose property with a good hedge and build dwelling-house.

[no title]  CF/1/7  24 Dec. 1705

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, gent., to Jn. Plint of St. Agnes, tinner.
3 acres of land marked out for enclosure on Outer Downs, near Coldharbour gate.
Consideration: as above.

Coosebean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/8  23 June 1665

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Jn. Bartlett of St. Agnes, tinner.
House, gdn. and 2 little closes in Coosebean late in occ. of Debora May, wid., dau. of Peter Billing, with common of pasture for 20 sheep and one nag or a mare on commons.

[no title]  CF/1/9  24 June 1681


Related information: See also CRO CF/1/13.

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., and s. Wm. M., to Jn. Carleene of St. Agnes, tinner.
Plot of land at Coosebean with 3 adj. acres of moorland taken out and enclosed from Mithian common, late in occ. of Rich. Hodge.
Consideration: to enclose property with hedge.

[no title]  CF/1/10  1 May 1705

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Jane Barkla of St. Agnes, wid. of Thos. B. of St. A., tinner, decd., to Mich. Pickett of St. Agnes, tinner.
Coosebean, with dwelling-house lately erected there; (leased to Walter Barkla by Nath. Mohun of Creed in 1659).

[no title]  CF/1/11  23 June 1691

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Rich. Hodge of St. Agnes, tinner.
New house now being built, with enclosed plot of land adj., bounded on s. with Coosebean.

Coosebean and Goonseth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/12  23 June 1681

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Rich. Hodge of St. Agnes, tinner.
Part of Coosebean called Hodge's Coosebean, late in occ. of Sampson Tallack, and house and gdn. at Goonseth.

[no title]  CF/1/13  3 Feb. 1689

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Hen. Luke of St. Agnes, tinner.
2 plots of land called Coosebean and Gunsearth with 3 acres of newly enclosed moorland taken out of Mithian Common, (leased by Nath. Mohun to Jn. Carleene; see CRO CF/1/9).

Gweal-an-Carn and Mithian.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/14  1 Nov. 1677

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., and s. Wm. M., to Jn. Ennor of St. Agnes, tinner.
7 acres of land called Gweal-an-Carn, bounded by old hedge towards the mill-pool, with tenement in Mithian.

[no title]  CF/1/15  29 Nov. 1679

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Thos. Ennor of St. Agnes, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/16  24 Mar. 1709

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Jn. Tippett of Kenwyn, yeo., to Martin Nancarrow of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above, (leased by Wm. Mohun to Jn. Benallack in 1702).

[no title]  CF/1/17  10 Nov. 1710

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Jn. Tippett of Kenwyn, yeo., to Geo. Knight of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above, (leased by Wm. Mohun to Jn. Benallack in 1702, then assigned to Jn. Croker, Jas. Kemp, Joshua Thomas, Jn. Tippett).

[no title]  CF/1/18  5 May 1718

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Martyn Nancarrow of St. Agnes, tinner, to Phil. Hawkins of Pennans, gent.
Property as above, (assigned after Jn. Tippett to Martyn N.)

[no title]  CF/1/19  16 Aug. 1720

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Geo. Knight of St. Agnes churchtown, tinner, to Thos. Davies of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above.

Mithian Mill.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/20  2 Feb. 1659

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Jn. Ennor of St. Agnes, tinner.
Grist of corn mill called Mithian mill, late in occ. of Jn. Cleather of St. Agnes, gent.

[no title]  CF/1/21  7 Jan. 1677

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., and s. Wm. M., to Thos. Ennor of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above, late in occ. of Jn. Ennor, father of Thos. E., with adj. fields.

Trenoweth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/22  27 Dec. 1655

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Phil. Andrew of St. Agnes, yeo.
Part of Trenoweth, (hall, kitchen, e. part of barn and mowhay, gdn. before the hall window, fields).

[no title]  CF/1/23  24 June 1674

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Andrew Hodge, sen., of St. Agnes, tinner.
Houses, chambers, cellars, barns, stables, ground rooms, gardens, orchard and land, with parlour and room above the hall, half the barn and mowhay, and some woodland, all part of Trenoweth.

[no title]  CF/1/24  14 July 1677

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., and s. Wm. M., to Jn. Hodge of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/25a  16 June 1710

Contents:
99 year lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Sam. Tallack of St. Agnes, tinner.
House and garden at Trenoweth.

[no title]  CF/1/25b  23 Apr. 1715

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Luke Nancarrow of St. Agnes, tinner, to Phil. Hawkins of Pennans, gent.
Part of Trenoweth (hall, kitchen, e. part of barn and stable lately built by Peter Harris, with e. part of mowhay and gdn. before the hall window, with fields), leased by Warwick Mohun to Luke N. in 1712.

[no title]  CF/1/26  26 May 1719

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Luke Nancarrow of St. Agnes, tinner and Martyn N. of St. Agnes, tinner, to Jn. Hawkins, clerk, s. of Phil. H. of Pennans, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/27/1,2  19 June 1728

Contents:
99 year lease (also counterpart).
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Hugh Cogo of Mylor, yeo.
House, rooms, cellars, stables, ground rooms, gardens and parlour, with room over the hall, half the barn and mowhay, Trenoweth woods and fields, all part of Trenoweth, late in occ. of Jn. Croker of Trevellis, gent.

[no title]  CF/1/28  27 Dec. 1655

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Jn. Ennor, s. of Jn. E. of St. Agnes, yeo.
Fields at Trenoweth.

[no title]  CF/1/29  9 June 1682

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Jn. Ennor jun. of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/30  28 Apr. 1696

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreeke, esq., to Thos. Barkle of St. Agnes, tinner.
Eastwood and the Hayes, part of Trenoweth.

[no title]  CF/1/31a  10 June 1759

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Wm. Houghton of Mawgan, yeo., to Abraham Prowt of St. Agnes, yeo.
Fields, part of Trenoweth, late in occ. of Jn. Ennear, decd., with dwelling-house and gdn. adj. Mithian mill leat, (leased by Warwick Mohun to Petherick Houghton of St. Agnes, yeo., in 1728; Petherick H. left property by will to s. Nich. H., who assigned to his bro. Wm. H.)

[no title]  CF/1/31b  23 June 1760

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Wm. Houghton of Mawgan, yeo., to Raphael H., his nephew, of St. Agnes, tinner.
Fields at Trenoweth, with dwelling-house and gdn. adj. Mithian mill leat (as above).

Various.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/32  14 Apr. 1652

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Thos. Rowe of St. Agnes, blacksmith.
House in St. Agnes late in occ. of Rich. Daniell.

[no title]  CF/1/33/1,2  23 Apr. 1672

Contents:
99 year lease (also counterpart).
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Nich. Hocking sen. of St. Agnes, tinner.
House late in occ. of Rich. Daniell then Thos. Rowe, called Rowe's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/34a  19 Oct. 1660

Contents:
99 year lease
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Leonard Billing of St. Agnes, yeo.
Piece of ground enclosed by Leonard B. in St. Agnes, bounded on n. with millpool.

[no title]  CF/1/34b  27 Feb. 1733

Contents:
Memorandum of 99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun to Ben. Nankivel.
Hocking's Tenement at Mithian.

[no title]  CF/1/34c  24 Nov. 1769

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 99 years.
Jn. Birkhead and Matthew Grylls, esqs. (trustees of Mohun lands), to Jane Edwards.
New lease of Rich. Edwards' tenement in Mithian.

[no title]  CF/1/35  4 Nov. 1682

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Leonard Billing of St. Agnes, yeo.
Piece of newly-enclosed land on s. of millpool with adj. house and gdn.

[no title]  CF/1/36/1,2  25 Dec. 1686

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease (also counterpart).
Mark Daniell of St. Agnes, yeo., to Patrick Hawton of St. Agnes, tinner.
Piece of land enclosed by Leonard Billing on s. of millpool and 2 houses and gdns., (leased by Wm. Mohun to Leonard Billing, 1682).

[no title]  CF/1/37/1-3  1 Jan. 1661

Contents:
99 year lease (also counterpart).
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Jn. Tallack of St. Agnes, yeo.
Property near Mithian late in occ. of Jn. T.'s father Sampson T.
Also 99 year lease, parties and property as above, 3 Feb. 1665.

[no title]  CF/1/38  1 Aug. 1665


Related information: See CRO CF/1/32

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Zalathiel Tregra of St. Agnes, yeo., to Rich. Rounsevall of Perranzabuloe.
House in St. Agnes, (leased by Nath. Mohun to Thos. Rowe, blacksmith, in 1652, then assigned to Zalathiel T.

[no title]  CF/1/39  20 Apr. 1667

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Rich. Rounsevall of Perranzabuloe, tinner, to Selathiel Tregra of St. Agnes, tinner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/40  23 Apr. 1672

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Geo. Lawrence of St. Agnes, yeo., w. Eliz., Rich, Rounsevall of St. Agnes, tinner, and w. Mary.
House with pool in front of door, part of Mithian village.

[no title]  CF/1/41  6 Dec. 1684

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Rich. Knight of St. Agnes, yeo.
Property as above, late in occ. of Sampson Tallack.

[no title]  CF/1/42  18 June 1702

Contents:
Division by way of 99 year lease.
Luke Nancarrow of St. Agnes, tinner, to Martyn Nancarrow of St. Agnes, tinner.
House with pool before the door (as above), late in occ. of Rich. Knight, (leased by Wm. Mohun of Trencreek esq., to Luke and Martyn N. in 1699.)

[no title]  CF/1/43  1 Nov. 1679

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Ben. Langdon of Newlyn, husbandman.
Piece of waste land in St. Agnes with liberty to cut turf for burning from Mithian common.
Consideration: to build house.
Endorsed: Assignment by Ben. L. to Thos. L., 14 Jan. 1684.
Further assignment by Thos. L. to Michael Peckett, 15 Apr. 1689.

[no title]  CF/1/44/1,2  9 Nov. 1689

Contents:
99 year lease (also counterpart).
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Michael Pickett of St. Agnes, tinner.
House and waste land late in occ. of Ben. Langdon, with liberty to cut turf for fuel on Mithian common.

[no title]  CF/1/45  10 Jan. 1722

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Hannibal Curnow jun., and w. Mary, of Ludgvan, to Wm. Hockyng of St. Agnes, yeo.
Tenement in Mithian, (leased by Nath. Mohun to Nich. Hockyn of St. Agnes, yeo., 1675).

[no title]  CF/1/46  10 Nov. 1727

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Wm. Hawkings of St. Agnes, yeo., to Thos. Daniell of Truro, cordwainer.
Half of above tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/47  3 July 1728

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Thos. Daniell of Truro, innkeeper, to Hugh Cogo of Mylor, yeo.
Moiety of property (land within the compass of the old enclosure of eastern woods at Mithian, with pasture and weedings there; Down Close in St. Agnes; house and land with commons of pasture and turbary on Mithian downs,) leased by Nath. Mohun to Nich. Hocking in 1672 (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/48  24 Sep. 1655

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Jn. May of St. Agnes, yeo.
Tenement in Mithian late in occ. of Thos. Andrew.

[no title]  CF/1/49  24 Mar. 1659

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun, of Creed, esq., to Walter Bartell of St. Agnes, yeo.
Piece of land late in occ. of Stephen Buckingham with dwelling-house lately built there.

[no title]  CF/1/50  20 Oct. 1662

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Rich. Hodge of St. Agnes, yeo.
7 acres of land on north of Mithian downs.

[no title]  CF/1/51  17 July 1668

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Rich. Hodge of St. Agnes, yeo.
House lately built by Rich. H., with 2 fields, formerly unenclosed land on n. of new downs.

[no title]  CF/1/52  26 Dec. 1681

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nath. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Nich. Rowe of St. Agnes, tinner.
Plot of land on Mithian common adj. s.w. corner of new downs, lately enclosed.
Condition: to enclose land and build dwelling-house within 12 months.

[no title]  CF/1/53  23 June 1684

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Thos. Clemence of St. Agnes, yeo.
4 acres of land enclosed out of the new downs adj. Widow Carleene's moor.
Condition: Thos. C. to build house within 12 months.

[no title]  CF/1/54  1 Jan. 1691

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Thos. Hoskyn of St. Agnes, tinner.
House and 3 acres of land adj., bounded on e. with old leat going to Mithian.

[no title]  CF/1/55  14 Nov. 1692

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Michael Peckatt of St. Agnes, tinner.
2 acres of land marked out on New Downs, bounded on s. with highway from Mithian to Redruth.

[no title]  CF/1/56  24 June 1701

Contents:
99 year lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Chris. Paule of St. Agnes, tinner.
Piece of land with dwelling-houses lately built there in St. Agnes, lately enclosed out of new downs, late in occ. of Thos. Clemens of St. Agnes, yeo.

[no title]  CF/1/57  31 Oct. 1706

Contents:
99 year lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, gent., to Wm. Kent of St. Agnes, tinner.
House and plot of ground in commons of Mithian, adj. s.w. corner of New Downs, formerly enclosed.

[no title]  CF/1/58  23 Oct. 1719

Contents:
99 year lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Mary Trerise of St. Agnes, wid. of Walter T. of St. Agnes, tinner, decd.
4 acres of Mithian common.

[no title]  CF/1/59  5 --- 1725. (month missing)

Contents:
99 year lease (fragments only).
Warwick Mohun to Jn. Rodgers.
Property in Mithian.

[no title]  CF/1/60a  25 Dec. 1742

Contents:
99 year lease.
Eliz. Prowse of Whiteford, wid., to Bennet Chynoweth of St. Agnes, tinner.
Half a house now in occ. of Bennet C.'s father, Sampson C., in St. Agnes.

Leases (Enys).  [no ref. or date]

Chyvounder.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/60b  29 Sep. 1722

Contents:
7 year lease.
Sam. Enys of Truro esq., to Thos. Cosier of St. Agnes, yeo.
Smith's shop in Chyvounder.

Trevaunauce.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/60c  29 Sep. 1722


Related information: For St. Agnes see also CRO WENDRON; also composite deeds of title for Scawen, Hawkins, Buckingham, and Shepherd.

Contents:
7 year lease.
Sam. Enys of Truro, esq., to Thos. Cosier of St. Agnes, yeo.
4 stamping mills in Trevaunance Coombe near the grist mill there.

ST. AGNES, PERRANZABULOE. (Tywarnhaile).  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rutland-Kerne).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/61  20 Nov. 1560

Contents:
Bargain and Sale.
Hen., earl of Rutland, to Pascall Kerne of Tresillian, gent., and Rich. John of Polmynnick, yeo.
Manor of Tywarnhaile with mansion house, and property at Renweth, Scavan, Nampara, Towan, Stencoose, Wyckett; Portchapel and Trenethick mills in St. Agnes and Perranzabuloe.

ST. ALLEN. (Gwarnick).  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Prideaux-Kempe).  [no ref. or date]

Reskeif.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/62/1,2  Hilary term 1698

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Jas. Hawkey esq., querant, and Bartholomew Vincent and w. Mary, deforciants.
Roskeise.

[no title]  CF/1/63/1,2  14/15 Oct. 1706

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jas. Hawkey of St. Clement, merchant, to Jas. Kempe of Penryn, esq.
Property in Roskreise.

Manor of Gwarnick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/64  nd

Contents:
Not used.

[no title]  CF/1/65/1,2  1/2 Dec. 1704

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jonathan Prideaux of Tonborough, Devon, esq., Digory Slade of Holsworthy, clerk, and w. Anna Maria, dau. of Jonathan P., Frances Prideaux of Tonborough, spr., dau. of Jonathan P., Thos. Pollard of Abbots Bickington, Devon, gent., and w. Sarah, dau. of Jonathan P., and Mary and Ann P., Jonathan P.'s daus., to Jas. Kempe of Penryn, merchant.
Manor of Gwarnick.

[no title]  CF/1/66/1,2  Hilary term 1704/5

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Jas. Kempe, merchant, querant, and Jonathan Prideaux, esq., and w. Ann, Digory Slade, clerk, and w. Anna Maria, Frances Prideaux, spr., Thos. Pollard, gent., and w. Sarah, and Mary and Ann Prideaux, sprs., deforciants.
Manor of Gwarnick.

[no title]  CF/1/67/1,2  20/21 Nov. 1724

Contents:
Lease and release.
Nich. Kempe of Rosteage, gent., to Jn. Williams of Truthen, Gerrans, esq., and Rich. Kempe of Tregony, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/68/1,2  15/16 Dec. 1727

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Williams of Truthen, esq., and Rich. Kempe of Tregony, gent., to Nich. Kempe of Rosteage, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/69/1,2  18/19 Jan. 1731

Contents:
Lease and release.
Nich. Kempe of Rosteage, esq., exor. of Sam. K. late of Carclew, decd., to Edm. Prideaux of Padstow, esq.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/70  25 Jan. 1734

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Nich. Kempe of Rosteage to Edm. Prideaux of Padstow.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/71  1873

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Chas. Prideaux Brune, Chas. G. P. Brune and Chas. Rob. Prideaux Brune, esq.
Property as above.

Leases (Prideaux-Kempe)  [no ref. or date]

Gwarnick mill.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/72  6 Jan. 1778

Contents:
99 year lease.
Chas. Prideaux of Padstow, esq., and bro. Ben. P., to Ambrose Thomas of Grampound, clothier.
Grist mill and headwier, water and watercourse, dwelling-house and gdn., with adj. fields, part of barton of Gwarnick.

[no title]  CF/1/73  30 June 1823

Contents:
99 year lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux Brune of Place, clerk, to Jn. Hoskins of St. Allen, yeo.
Water grist mill called Gwarnick mill with adj. dwelling-house, orchard, gdn. and fields, late in occ. of Ambrose Thomas (as above).

Pennare.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/74  29 Sep. 1866

Contents:
Draft surrender of lease.
Grace Keast of Kenwyn, wid., to Chas. Prideaux Brune of Prideaux Place, esq.
Great and Little Pennare (leased by Chas. Prideaux Brune for 14 years to Jn. Keast of St. Allen in 1860).

Roskeif and Churchtown.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/75  7 Feb. 1720

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Sam. Kempe of Carclew, esq., to Rob. Vincent of St. Allen, yeo.
Roskeif (leased by Jn. Kempe, decd., father of Sam. K., to Rich. Prideaux, in 1706; R. P. Surrendered lease).

[no title]  CF/1/76  22 Oct. 1822

Contents:
99 year lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux Brune of Place to Rob. Vincent of St. Ewe, yeo.
House, gdn. and stable in St. Allen churchtown.

[no title]  CF/1/77  23 Jan. 1829

Contents:
99 year lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux Brune of Place to Paul Vincent of St. Allen, yeo.
Cottage, orchard and 2 adj. gdns. called Burnett's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/78/1,2  29 July 1840

Contents:
99 year lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Prideaux Brune of Place, esq., to Stephen Johns of St. Allen, mason.
Cottage and gdn. in churchtown, part of Roskeif tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/79  6 Mar. 1850

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Stephen Johns of St. Allen, mason, to Thos. Johns of Truro, yeo.
Cottage and gdn. (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/80  7 Mar. 1855

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Wm. Coad of Truro, yeo., to Rich. Lanner of Lanner in St. Allen, yeo.
Property as above.

Tolgroggan.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/81  13 Jan. 1781

Contents:
99 year lease.
Chas. Prideaux of Padstow esq., and bro. Ben. P., esq., to Barbara Clemow of St. Allen, wid.
Poldragon (Tolgroggan).

[no title]  CF/1/82  7 Apr. 1791

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease by way of mortgage for £120.
Rich. Stright of St. Erme, yeo., to Edw. Collins of Truthan, esq.
Toldragon alias Tolgroggan (left by Barbara Clemow in her will to Rich. Stright).

[no title]  CF/1/83  22 Feb. 1800

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease by way of mortgage for £220.
Edw. Collins of Truthan, esq., Rich. Stright of St. Allen, yeo., to Jas. Odgers of Gerrans, mariner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/84  24 Apr. 1803

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease (mortgage for £350).
Jas. Odgers of Gerrans, mariner, and Rich. Stright of St. Erme, gent., to Peter Hugo of Feock, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/85  25 Mar. 1805

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (as above).
Peter Hugo of Feock, gent., and Rich. Stright of St. Erme, gent., to Rich. Peters of Ladock, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/86  2 May 1820

Contents:
Surrender of 99 year lease.
Rich. Peters of Ladock, yeo., and Rich. Peters jun. of Helston, yeo., to Chas. Prideaux Brune of Place, clerk.
Property as above.

Vellyndrisick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/87  1 Dec. 1729

Contents:
99 year lease.
Nich. Kempe of Rosteage, Gerrans, esq., to Francis Prideaux of St. Allen, gent.
Vellyndrisick.

ST. ALLEN, ST. ERME.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coke).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/88  16 Oct. 1673

Contents:
Grant of annuity.
Thos. Coke of Tregassow, esq., to Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., and Edw. Herle of Prideaux, esq., for Mary Coke, wid. of Chris. C. of Tregassow, decd.
Tolcarne in St. Allen, with tithes; Tregassow in St. Erme.

ST. ALLEN, ST. MABYN, TINTAGEL. (Gwarnick).  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Prideaux).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/89  24 July 1703

Contents:
Mortgage by way of bargain and sale.
Jonathan Prideaux of Tonborough, Devon, esq., Eliz. Godolphin of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, wid., Chas. Godolphin of St. James', Westminster, esq., and w. Eliz., Hen. Godolphin, provost of Eton, Jas. Smith of Kensington, and Francis Bluet of St. James', Mddx., gent., to Sir Francis Child of London.
Manor of Gwarnick; also Tregaddock in St. Mabyn and property in Tintagel.

[no title]  CF/1/90  12 Dec. 1704


Related information: For St. Allen see also CRO composite deeds of title for Basset, Hawkins and Scawen.

Contents:
Mortgage for £2,000 by way of assignment of 1000 year lease.
Jonathan Prideaux of Thorborough, Devon, esq., Sir Francis Childe of London, and Jas. Kempe of Penryn, merchant, to Arthur Newman of Penryn, gent., in trust for Jas. Kempe.
Manor of Gwarnick in St. Allen; Tregaddock in St. Mabyn, and property in Tintagel.

ALTARNUN, ST. BREWARD.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Bennett).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/91a  20 Nov. 1798

Contents:
21 year lease.
Edm. Bennett of Trematon, esq., to Rich. Northey of Polyphant, Lewannick, esq.
Tenements in Tregue in Altarnun, and right of common of pasture and turbary on High Moor, Foy Moor and Butterdown; also Slade and Maiden Tor in St. Breward.

ALTARNUN, ST. CLETHER.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (? Tremayne).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/91b/1,2  Trinity term 1741

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Jn. Marsh, gent., querant, and Arthur Tremayne, esq. and w. Dorothy, deforciants.
Property (unspecified) in Altarnun and St. Clether.

Lease (Popham)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/92  1 Aug. 1833

Contents:
14 year lease.
Chris. Wallis Popham of Trevarno, esq., to Rich. Northey of Altarnun, yeo.
Tregew in Altarnun; Little Bohithick, partly in Altarnun, partly in St. Clether.
Good husbandry clasues.

Leases (Spry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/93a  25 Feb. 1825

Contents:
5 year lease.
Major Edw. Fanshewe, Arthur Fanshewe, Sir Rob. Stopfurd and w. Mary, Thos. Bryan Martin and w. Cath., Wm. Bedford and w. Susan, Francis Glanville of Catchfrench and w. Eliz., Penelope Duckworth, wid., and Ann and Harriet Fanshawe, sprs., to Jas. Lane and s. Rich. L. of St. Clether, yeos.
Basil farm and mills in Altarnun and St. Clether.

[no title]  CF/1/93b  12 Dec. 1832

Contents:
10 year lease.
Rich. Spry of Place in St. Anthony-in-Roseland, esq., to Rich. Lane of St. Clether, yeo.
Property as above.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/93c  6 Feb. 1837


Related information: For Altarnun see also CRO composite deeds of title for Couch and Welsh.

Contents:
Agreement to quit (surrender of yearly tenancy).
Rich. Lane of Basil, St. Clether, yeo., to Rich. Spry of Inner Temple, esq.
Property as above.

ST. ANTHONY IN ROSELAND. (Bohorrow).  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Spry).  [no ref. or date]

Bohurrow.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/94  25 Mar. 1780

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Theodosius Harris of St. Just in Roseland, yeo., to Jane Symons of St. Mawes, wid.
Bohurrow, late in occ. of Eliz. Greet, wid., (leased to Theodosius H. by Lord Falmouth in 1761).

[no title]  CF/1/95  16 Feb. 1838

Contents:
7 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Geo. Canning of St. Anthony in Roseland, yeo.
House and gdn., with mowhay, stable, bullocks' houses, pigs' houses, smith's shop, and fields, part of Bohurrow; also house, gdns. and fields, house, stable and fields, old walls, gdns. and fields in St. Anthony.

[no title]  CF/1/96/1,2  31 Dec. 1856

Contents:
14 year lease (also counterpart).
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Wm. Clemmow of St. Anthony in Roseland, farmer.
Farmhouse and outbuildings, with labourer's cottage, at Bohurrow (tithe numbers given).

Bohurrow and Porth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/97  3 Nov. 1834

Contents:
14 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Jn. Hicks of St. Anthony in Roseland, yeo.
Tynbie's tenement in Porth with adj. fields; also Luke's tenement in Porth (several buildings, gdns. and fields), and 2 fields, part of Bohurrow.

Collean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/98  8 Apr. 1791

Contents:
99 years lease.
Hugh Boscawen of Fetcham, Surrey, esq., to Robt. Jago of St. Mawes, gent.
Calean alias Calighan, late in occ. of Jn. Couch, then Robt. Jago, then Jn. Jago, all decd.

Collean and Porth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/99  29 Sep. 1793

Contents:
14 year lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Ephraim Pomeroy of Gorran, yeo.
Collean and Porth.

[no title]  CF/1/100  28 Sep. 1816

Contents:
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Jn. Hicks of St. Just, yeo.
Parts of Carlean and Porth now in occ. of Chris. Grigg (dwelling-house, barn, stable, mowhay and 80 acres of land).

Froe.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/101  29 Sep. 1837

Contents:
99 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall.
House lately built on part of Froe meadow with stable and outbuildings.

[no title]  CF/1/102  21 Dec. 1837

Contents:
99 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall.
Property as above.

Froe and Porth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/103  30 May 1862

Contents:
7 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Place, kt., to Rev. Geo. Orme of St. Anthony in Roseland, independent minister.
House and gdn. known as Froe Cottage, with yard, stable, outbuildings, house, grist mill and premises now in occ. of Hen. Williams, also fields, part of Porth.

St. Anthony Mill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/104a  22 Sep. 1718

Contents:
99 year lease.
Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., to Geo. Spry of St. Anthony-in Roseland, esq.
Corn or grist mill called the sea-mill in St. Anthony, with house, pier and quay.

[no title]  CF/1/104b/1,2  6 Apr. 1813

Contents:
14 year lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Jn. Luke of St. Anthony in Roseland, miller.
Grist mill called St. Anthony mill, with dwelling-house and 4 adj. fields.
Reservation to Thos. Spry of all shellfish in the stream and all fish in the millpool.

Place house  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/105  7 Mar. 1873

Contents:
5 year lease.
Tredenham Fitzherbert Carlyon, lieut. in regiment of Foot, to Arthur Pendarves Vivian of Glenafon, S. Wales, esq.
Place House, with stables, coach-house, yard, greenhouses, pleasure grounds and gardens, with entrance lodge and 2 cottages, with furniture and pictures, and shooting rights for rabbits in St. Anthony and St. Just in Roseland; excepting only back part of house.

Place Barton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/106  29 Sep. 1830

Contents:
14 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq., to Jas. Lawry of St. Anthony in Roseland, yeo.
Place Barton, with house and labourer's cottage, barn, stable, bullocks' house, pound-house, 2 warehouses and land.

[no title]  CF/1/107  29 June 1860

Contents:
14 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Thos. Blewett of St. Anthony in Roseland, farmer.
Place Barton late in occ. of Alex. Menhennick, as above.

Polbeare.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/108  24 May 1748

Contents:
99 year lease.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Ralph Canning of St. Anthony in Roseland, yeo.
Tenement in Polbeare, late in occ. of Arthur Spry, esq., decd., then of Oliver Canning, Ralph C.'s father.

Porth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/109  24 May 1748

Contents:
99 year lease.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Ralph Canning of St. Anthony in Roseland, yeo.
Tenement in Porth, late in occ. of Jn. Mitchell decd., then of Oliver Canning, Ralph C.'s father.

[no title]  CF/1/110  1 Jan. 1857

Contents:
14 year lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry, kt., to Jas. Parks of St. Anthony in Roseland, farmer.
Porth.

ANTONY.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

Lower Tregantle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/111  13 Nov. 1752

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease.
Eliz. Sargent of Stoke Damerell, Devon, wid., to Wm. Ellis of Antony, gent.
Lower Tregantle in Antony late in occ. of Andrew Sloggett, decd., then Thomasine S., decd., (leased by Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly esq., to Eliz. Sargent, then of Maker, wid., in 1749).

ST. AUSTELL.  [no ref. or date]

Title Deeds (Bray).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/112  1872

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Trustees and executors of Jn. Bray of St. Austell, wine-merchant, decd.
2 leasehold houses in Blowing-house lane, one house formerly the mill-house; also 2 cottages called Mill Cottages.

Carnsmerry.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/113  1872

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Trustees and executors of Jn. Bray (as above).
The Bugle Inn at Carnsmerry.

Title deeds (Carthew).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/114/1,2  10 & 11 June 1791

Contents:
Lease and release (mortgage for £200).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Edw. Blackmore of St. Austell, gent.
7 houses in St. Austell, also plot of ground with new limekiln; also dung places.

[no title]  CF/1/115/1,2  22 & 23 June 1794

Contents:
Lease and release (assignment of mortgage for £200).
Edw. Blackmore of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
7 houses in St. Austell late in occ. of Rich. Martin, clothier, Wm. Pearce, gent., Jn. Giles, tin-blower, Sam. Daw, mason, Jn. Daw, and Rob. Daw, masons, with liberty to use pump; also land lately a gdn. on w. of 7 houses on which was lately erected a limekiln late in occ. of Sam. Daw; also pools or dung places late in occ. of Jn. Carthew.

[no title]  CF/1/116/1,2  2 & 3 June 1719

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Hicks of Plymouth, grocer, and Rich. Hicks of Plymouth, goldsmith, to Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, mercer.
Property in churchtown late in occ. of Jn. Hicks.

[no title]  CF/1/117/1,2  5 & 6 Feb. 1732

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Gaborian of Saltash, mariner, and w. Jane, to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
Tenements in St. Austell churchtown late in occ. of Ben. Jacob, then Wm. Harper.

[no title]  CF/1/118/1,2  8 & 9 June 1732

Contents:
Lease and release.
Geo. Slade of St. Austell, gent., and w. Joanna, dau. of Rich. Moyle of St. Austell, to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
Tenements in St. Austell churchtown late in occ. of Matthew Hancock and Wm. Allen.

[no title]  CF/1/119  8 June 1736

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Stephen Williams of Plymouth, bachelor of physic.
Property in churchtown lately purchased by Edw. Carthew (Jn.'s father), from Jn. and Rich. Hicks of Plymouth; also house in churchtown; also another house; and house built by Matthew Hancock with a little field adj. Menacuddle, lately bought by Jn. Carthew from Geo. Slade; also property lately bought from Jn. Gaborian.

[no title]  CF/1/120/1-3  3 & 4 May 1751

Contents:
Lease and release (mortgage for £175).
Wm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Jas. Donnithorne of St. Agnes, esq.
Property in St. Austell churchtown now in occ. of Hen. Warn, Joseph Veal and Mary Wallis.
Also bond in £250 to secure payment.

[no title]  CF/1/121  18 Sep. 1754

Contents:
Lease and release (lease for a year missing) (mortgage for £500).
Wm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Jas. Donnithorne of St. Agnes, esq.
Property in Carvath purchased by Jn. Carthew from Nich. Young; property in St. Austell purchased from Jn. Gaborian; property in churchtown purchased from Geo. Slade; also rights in tin bounds (St. Margaret's, Polgooth, Coscarne, Boskelling, Hewas, Crane, Poldest, Small hopes, Baldew well, St. Lawrance, Great Hopes, Bone Adventure, Good Friday, Shillings go by, Great Groan, Poll, Ployden's Misfortune, Halstennicks, Easter Eve), in St. Austell, St. Ewe and St. Mewan.

[no title]  CF/1/122/1,2  26 & 27 Feb. 1758

Contents:
Lease and release (assignment of mortgage).
Isaac Donnithorne of Hereford, clerk, to Thos. Jones of Trinity, gent.
Tenements in St. Austell churchtown late in occ. of Hen. Warne, Joseph Veale and Mary Wallis, late the lands of Jn. Hicks; property in Carvath near churchtown, purchased from Nich. Young; Gaborian's lands in churchtown; Slade's lands in churchtown; all lands lately mortgaged by Wm. Carthew to Jas. Donnithorne, now decd., bro. of Isaac D.

[no title]  CF/1/123/1,2  1 & 2 June 1770

Contents:
Lease and release.
Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., and Dan. Carthew, gent., to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
All property in St. Austell in occ. of Wm. Carthew at his death.

Carvath.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/124/1,2  18 & 19 Oct. 1682

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Duggoe of Withiel, yeo., to Nich. Young of St. Mewan, yeo.
Carvath, late in occ. of Thos. Duggoe, Peter Dallyn, Stephen Bennett, Dav. Thomas and Jn. Elliott.

[no title]  CF/1/125/1,2  28 & 29 Jan. 1730

Contents:
Lease and release.
Phil. Hawkins of Trewithen, esq., and Nich. Young of Inner Temple, London, esq., to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
Carvath, in occ. of Nich. Young, Jn. Warrick and Dennis Russell.

[no title]  CF/1/126/1-3  5 & 6 Mar. 1749

Contents:
Lease and release (also counterpart release).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to s. Wm. C. of St. Austell, gent.
Carvath, late in occ. of Jn. Carthew, Jn. Warrick and Dennis Russell (formerly purchased from Nich. Young); also property near St. Austell churchtown late in occ. of Jn. Hicks, grocer; also property near St. Austell churchtown late in occ. of Ben. Jacob; fields and houses in St. Austell late in occ. of Matthew Hancock and Wm. Allen.

Duporth (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/127  18 Sep. 1734

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy of court roll).
Rich. Sawle esq. to Duchy for Jn. Carthew and Jn. Hawkins.
Tenement in Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/128  22 Nov. 1737

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption.
Thos. Stephens of St. Austell, yeo., to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell and Jn. Hawkins of Helston, gent.
Sawle's tenement in Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/129  26 Oct. 1739

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy of court roll).
Hen. Luly jun., to Duchy, for Jn. Carthew and Jn. Hawkins.
House at Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/130  26 Oct. 1739

Contents:
Deed to prevent survivorship and to declare uses of surrender.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Hawkins of Helston, gent.
Luly's tenement in Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/131  5 Mar. 1749

Contents:
Articles declaring uses of a surrender.
Wm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to father Jn. C. of St. Austell.
2 tenements in Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/132  1 Oct. 1768

Contents:
Power to surrender, and release of tenancy.
Jn. Hawkins of Helston esq., and Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Francis Polkinhorne of St. Austell, gent.
Tenement in Duporth (surrendered in 1734); also another tenement (surrendered in 1739).

Portmeor. (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/133  19 July 1784

Contents:
Draft surrender.
Emblen Tucker, wid. of Macklin T. late of St. Austell, gardener, to Duchy, for Macklin T. of Pilton, Devon, nephew of Macklin T. decd.
2 acres of land near Portmeor on which a coal yard has lately been made; also lands at Gwallon, Portmellyn and Towan.

[no title]  CF/1/134  1787 ? (n.d.)

Contents:
Draft surrender.
Macklin Tucker of Pilton, Devon, to Duchy, for Nevil Norway of Lostwithiel, gent.
2 acres of land and a cellar near Portmeor.

Tregorrick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/135  2 Feb. 1710

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Thos. Menheyre of Tywardreath, carpenter, to Jn. Rickard of St. Austell, tinner.
House and gdn. in Tregorrick.

[no title]  CF/1/136  8 Feb. 1714

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, merchant, his father.
Tenements in Tregorrick.

[no title]  CF/1/137/1,2  14 & 15 Jan. 1737

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Rickard of St. Austell, clothier, s. of Jn. R. decd., tinner, and Eliz. R., wid., to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., and s. Jas. C.
House now made into 2 houses in Tregorrick, late in occ. of Thos. Menheire then of Jn. Rickard, decd.

[no title]  CF/1/138/1,2  7 & 8 Nov. 1750

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., and s. Jas. C. of Liskeard, clerk, to Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/139/1,2  30 & 31 Jan. 1707

Contents:
Lease and release.
Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, merchant, to s. Jn. C.
All his tenements in Tregorrick.

[no title]  CF/1/140  30 June 1794

Contents:
Surrender of mortgaged term, and release of money due.
Dan. Carthew of Penzance, gent., to bro. Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent.
Tenement at Tregorrick late in occ. of Rob. Harden.

Trevissick (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/141  28 Dec. 1777

Contents:
Letter of attorney.
Hugh Edwards of St. Ives, gent., to Jn. Halse of Truro, gent.
To surrender to lord of manor Trevissick, now in occ. of Thos. Williams, yeo.

General.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/142/1,2  8/9 Aug. 1776

Contents:
Lease and release (pre-nuptial settlement).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., and Eliz. John of Kenwyn, spr., to Hen. John of Wells, Somerset, esq., and Thos. Michell of Croftwest, Kenwyn, esq.
Blackhead meadow in St. Austell; turnpike meadow; fields at Carvath; houses, malthouses, shops, workshops, outhouses and gardens in occ. of Joseph Veale, maltster, and Walter Baker, fuller; also property in Tregorrick.

Title deeds (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

Carvath.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/143  17 June 1801

Contents:
Feoffment.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Hen. Lakes of St. Austell, gent.
Field at Carvath in occ. of Wm. Long.

Trewiddle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/144  7 Aug. 1865

Contents:
Grant.
Mary Coode of Teignbridge House, Devon, wid., to Edw. C. of St. Austell, esq.
House at Moor Cottage with coach houses, stables, gdns. and land adj., formerly part of Trewiddle in St. Austell.

Title deeds (Edgcumbe).  [no ref. or date]

New Mills.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/145/1-14  27 Apr. 1910

Contents:
Draft conveyance.
Trustees of will of Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, to Wm. Prideaux of St. Ewe, woodman, Chas. Stone of Trewiddle Lodge, labourer, Jn. Stephens of London Apprentice, miner, Sid. Morcombe of London Apprentice, blacksmith, Jn. Hodge of London Apprentice, butcher, Wm. Hen. Benny of Watering Hill, St. Austell, baker, Jn. Beckley of Towan cottage, labourer, Jn. Davey of Tregorrick, labourer, Wm. Crocker of London Apprentice, gardener, and Simon Liddicoat of Polgooth, miner, all chapel trustees, and Jn. Thos. Morris, superintendent minister.
New Mills Primitive Methodist Chapel.
Also deed of surrender; [...] sorrespondence.

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

Houses near turnpike.  CF/1/146  13 Dec. 1827

Contents:
Deed of appointment and assignment of insurance policies.
Wm. Colenso of Marazion, merchant, Jn. Williams Colenso of St. Austell, brewer, Geo. Grenfell of Penzance, banker, to Phil. Wheeler of St. Austell, grocer, and Nich. Carbis of St. Austell, gent.
Houses and gdns. adj. turnpike road from St. Austell town to St. Austell bridge, late in occ. of several tenants (property of Wm. Flamank, decd.)

Fair park.  CF/1/147/1,2  1859. (day and month not given)

Contents:
Draft conveyance (also copy).
Rev. Wm. Veale Hennah of Isle of Wight, Edm. Carlyon of St. Austell, gent., and Jas. Andrew of St. Austell, stationer, to Cornwall Railway Co.
Piece of land part of St. Austell Fair Park, being High Cross field (late property of Treffry of Place, purchased from them by Wm. Flamank; leased by Wm. F. to Rich. Hennah 1793).

Title Deeds (Long).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town and Carvath.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/148  10 Aug. 1860

Contents:
Mortgage for £700.
Wm. Kitt of St. Blazey, gent., and w. Sarah, and Wm. Long Slade Clark of St. Austell, gent., Thos. Pearce of St. Blazey, yeo., and w. Jane, Joseph Wills Fifield of St. Austell, organ-builder, and w. Mary Anne, legatees or descendants of Wm. Long of St. Austell, decd., to Rothwell Pounsett of London, esq., Edw. Capel Whitehurst of London, esq., Fred. Feild (sic) Whitehurst of Mddx. and Chas. Shard of Brighton, esqs.
House and shop in Church Street in occ. of Wm. Phillips, draper; also 16 houses at Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/149/1,2  20 Mar. 1861

Contents:
Mortgage for £700 (also draft).
Wm. Kitt of St. Blazey, gent., and w. Sarah, and Wm. Long Slade Clark of St. Austell, gent., Thos. Pearce of St. Blazey, and w. Jane, Joseph Wills Fifield of St. Austell, organ-builder, and w. Mary Anne, to Thos. Richard Crowle of St. Austell, butcher.
Property as above.

Title deeds (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/150  19 Dec. 1796

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement.
Joseph Edyvean of Bodmin, gent., and dau. Rose E., Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, gent., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent., on marriage between Rose E. and Wm. F.
House in churchtown in occ. of Joseph Edyvean, woolcomber, with 2 fields on St. Austell downs, and commons of pasture.
(Manor of Treverbyn Courtenay).

[no title]  CF/1/151  19 Dec. 1796

Contents:
Settlement of rent charge of 40/- per a. in bar of dower.
Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, gent., Rose Edyvean of Bodmin, spr. to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Town meadow with gdn., formerly walled, on w. of lane from St. Austell to Tregonissey.

Boscundle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/152  18 May 1771

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Thos. Carlyon of St. Just in Roseland, clerk.
Boscundle in St. Austell, late in occ. of Mary Rowett, then Ralph Mitchell, then Mary Spry.

[no title]  CF/1/153  3 Mar. 1802

Contents:
Bargain and sale (mortgage for £200).
Jn. Parnall jun. of St. Austell, shopkeeper, and Macklen Parnall of St. Austell, saddler, to Wm. Andrew of St. Mewan, butcher.
Land at Boscundle lately enclosed by Jn. Parnall (leased by Thos. Carlyon of Tregrehan to sd. Jn. P., 1800); land at Gwallyn, Portmellyn and Towan lately enclosed by Jn. P., part of St. Austell fore-down, (leased by Chas. Rashleigh to sd. Jn. P., 1801), part of manor of Tewington; also house and shop in St. Austell market-place (leased by Mary Sawle to sd. Jn. P., 1793), late in occ. of Geo. Baker, grocer; also adj. house.

Carvath and Tregonissey.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/154/1,2  24 & 25 June 1783

Contents:
Lease and release (mortgage for £450).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Rich. Rawle of Liskeard, gent.
Harden's field in St. Austell bounded on n.w. with turnpike road to Lostwithiel, late in occ. of Rob. Harden, then Wm. Roseveare; also 2 fields in Tregonissey lane late in occ. of Bennet Trudgeon, and 1 field at Carvath; 2 fields in Carvath Lane End, late in occ. of Jn. Couch, merchant; house and walled gdn. in St. Austell; house adj. street from St. Austell to Menacuddle, in occ. of Thos. Tallack; house, malthouse, stable and outbuildings with 1/3 share of pump and ½ share of back-kitchen, in occ. of Joseph Veale.

[no title]  CF/1/155/1,2  19 & 20 Sep. 1794

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell (now of Kenwyn), gent., and Wm. Rawle of Liskeard, s. of Rich. R., decd., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Property as above.

Menacuddle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/156/1,2  22 July 1549

Contents:
Grant (copy and translation).
Letters patent of Edw. VI to Thos. and Hugh Pomeroy.
Free chapel of Menacuddell now dissolved, late in occ. of Jn. Delamayne.

[no title]  CF/1/157/1,2  15 July 1551

Contents:
Bargain and sale (copy).
Thos. Pomeroy, knight, and Hugh Pomeroy, esq., to Matthew Colyns.
Free chapel of Menacuddle, lately dissolved.

[no title]  CF/1/158  5 May 1556

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/159/1,2  7 & 8 Mar. 1777

Contents:
Lease and release.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent. 7/8 of Higher Menacuddle late in occ. of Eliz. Bligh then Ann Giles, wid., decd.; also 7/8 of Lower Menacuddle, late in occ. of Hen. Lake, then Jn. Rosevear, then Jn. Carter.

[no title]  CF/1/160/1,2  11 & 12 Oct. 1794

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Parnall of St. Austell, tinner, to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Field at Menacuddle near Tregonissey Lane, late in occ. of Sam. Hendy, now of Rich. Flamank.

Tregonissey.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/161/1,2  28 & 29 Mar. 1777

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rob. Rashleigh, merchant, and Thos. Rashleigh, gent., both of London, to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
House and garden called Julyan's tenement in Churchtown, St. Austell, in street from Church to High Cross, and adj. little lane leading from sd. street to high road from St. Austell to Tregonissey late in occ. of Geo. Baron and Joan George; also 5 fields on 1.h.s. of Tregonissey road.

[no title]  CF/1/162  18 Dec. 1796

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, gent., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Town meadow and gdn. formerly walled in, on w. of road from St. Austell to Tregonissey, in occ. of Wm. F.

[no title]  CF/1/163  26 Feb. 1802

Contents:
Draft release.
Jn. Trevanion Purnell Bettesworth Trevanion of Carhays, esq., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
Houses at e. end of Tregonissey village late in occ. of Anthony Bigges and others, with adj. fields.

[no title]  CF/1/164/1,2  28 & 29 Nov. 1803

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Colman Rashleigh of London, esq., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
House late in occ. of Wm. Warwick, then of Eliz. Green, wid., with walled gdn. adj. lane from St. Austell to Tregonissey, with little gdn. adj.; also Dorothy Drew's house late in occ. of Athanasius Ellis, on n.e. of first house; also meadow adj. Dorothy D.'s house formerly called Drew's meadow and now the bowling-green meadow, now for several years past in occ. of Geo. Tallack, innkeeper, with piece of land used as bowling-green adj; all part of tenement formerly called Drinnick's Place or Cockmathes Place.

[no title]  CF/1/165/1,2  3 June 1806

Contents:
Bargain and sale (mortgage for £600).
Jn. Parnall of St. Austell, brazier, and Wm. Andrew of St. Mewan, butcher, to Joseph Dingle of St. Austell, merchant.
Farm at Tregonissey (leased by Edm. Carthew to Jn. P. in 1797).
(Manor of Treverbyn Courtenay).
Also waste land enclosed by Jn. P., part of Boscundle (leased by Thos. Carlyon to Jn. P., 1800); waste land at Gwellyn, Portmellyn and Towan, alias St. Austell fore-down (leased by Chas. Rashleigh to Jn. P., 1802).
(Manor of Tewington).
Also declaration of trust of mortgage (parties and property as above).

[no title]  CF/1/166  2 June 1812

Contents:
Reassignment of mortgage.
Joseph Dingle of St. Austell, merchant, and Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Jn. Parnall of St. Austell, brazier.
Property as above.

General.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/167/1,2  Trinity term 1794

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Chas. Rashleigh, gent., querant, and Jn. Carthew, and w. Eliz., deforciants.
Property in St. Austell.

[no title]  CF/1/168  2 July 1794

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., and w. Eliz., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Blackhead meadow in St. Austell; Turnpike meadow; field in occ. of Jn. Karkeek, surgeon; 2 fields in occ. of Sam. Hendy, saddler; field in occ. of Rich. Pendray, hatter; field in occ. of Wm. Rosevear, baker; field in occ. of Jn. Gould, physician; field in occ. of Thos. Trethewy, tinner; field in occ. of Rich. Skinnard, innkeeper; 2 fields in Tregonissey lane, in occ. of Sam. Nicholls, surgeon; field near workhouse; 3 fields in occ. of Rich. Thomas, blacksmith; houses, shops, malthouses, workshops, etc., in St. Austell, in occ. of Joseph Veale, maltster, and Walter Baker, fuller; house in occ. of Thos. Tallack, innkeeper; house in occ. of Rich. Williams, innkeeper; house in occ. of Sam. Hopwood, grocer; house at Tregorrick in occ. of Phil. Vounder; Stephen Scantlebury's house at Tregorrick; and fields in Tregorrick in occ. of Wm. Petherick, watchmaker.

[no title]  CF/1/169/1,2  29 & 30 Sep. 1823

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne, clerk, and Jn. Herle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., Rev. Edw. Rodd of St. Just in Roseland, and Martha Rashleigh of Duporth, spr., to Eliz. Price of St. Austell, wid.
Field enclosed out of common of manor of Tewington adj. turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/170  20 Oct. 1801

Contents:
Bargain and sale (deed of enfranchisement).
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., and Mary Sawle of Penrice, spr., to Rev. Jacob Bickford Bartlett of St. Mary Church, Devon.
Towan, Fentongollan, Castle Gotha, Trenarren, with cellars, Penventon, Penwyn, Hallean grist mills, Hallean cellars, Ropehaven cellars, slate-stone quarry and free-stone quarry, all in St. Austell.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/171/1,2  23 & 24 Oct. 1806

Contents:
Lease and release
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Sir Chas. Morice Pole of Cavendish Sq., Mddx., bart.
House, outhouses, gdn. and field adj., in St. Austell, now in occ. of Thos. Westlake, shopkeeper; also Porthmeor, Cuddra, and Blewett's tenement at Holmbush, now in occ. of Joseph Dingle; house in St. Austell in occ. of Jn. Filkins, linen-draper; Menacuddle and Carwallen.

[no title]  CF/1/172/1,2  19 & 20 Feb. 1807

Contents:
Lease and release.
Sir Chas. Morice Pole of Cavendish Sq., Mddx., bt., to Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq.
House in St. Austell in occ. of Thos. Westlake, shopkeeper; Porthmeor, Cuddra and Blewett's tenement at Holmbush; Jn. Filkens' house; Menacuddle and Carwallen.

[no title]  CF/1/173/1,2  1 & 2 May 1807

Contents:
Lease and release.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Sir Chas. Morice Pole of Cavendish Sq., Mddx., bt.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/174  4 Jan. 1799

Contents:
Certificate of contract for sale.
Duke of Cornwall to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
Piece of ground adj. road from St. Austell to Higher Blowing House, lately enclosed from waste.
(Manor of St. Austell Prior).
Carwallen, with house, gdn., farmyard and fields; Grey's tenement; land adj. road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel.
(Manor of Treverbyn Courtenay).

[no title]  CF/1/175  8 May 1799

Contents:
Certificate of contract for sale.
Duke of Cornwall to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
Manor of St. Austell Prior.
Also cottage and gdn. lying between corn mill in St. Austell and the blowing-house, with meadow where new drying-house has been built; Rocky Piece and Quarry Park, all described as a fulling mill; also house, stable and yard in St. Austell opposite vicarage; walled gdn. in Kiln Lane; Rope-yard meadow in Tregonissey Lane.
(Manor of Treverbyn Courtenay).

Manor of Tewington.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/176/1,2  27 & 28 May 1802

Contents:
Lease and release.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., to Sir. Chas. Morice Pole of Cavendish Sq., Mddx., bt.
Manor of Tewington.

[no title]  CF/1/177  25 Dec. 1805

Contents:
Mortgage for £5,000.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Wm. Praed of Tyringham, Bucks., Jn. Rogers of Penrose, Wm. Tweedy of Truro Vean, and Thos. Nankivell of Truro, bankers.
Manor of Tewington.

[no title]  CF/1/178a  15 June 1816

Contents:
Agreement to make payment or forfeit estate.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Wm. Praed, Jn. Rogers, Wm. Tweedy, Jn. Williams and Thos. Nankivel, bankers of Truro.
Manor of Tewington.

Manor of Trewiddle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/178b  9 June 1807

Contents:
Draft release in fee.
Jn. Colman Rashleigh of Lostwithiel, esq., to Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq.
Manor of Trewiddle.

Title Deeds (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/179a  Feb. 1880

Contents:
Conditions of sale.
East House in St. Austell.

Bojea.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/179b  15 Nov. 1722

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Wm. Hambly of St. Neot, gent., Jn. Hickman of Truro, gent., and Bartholomew Harvey of Penryn, gent., to Joseph Sawle, esq.
Bojea (as in 1720 agreement concerning Wm. Hambly's marriage).

Carwallen. (Manor of Treverbyn Courtenay).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/180  1 June 1784

Contents:
Admission (copy of court roll).
Mary Sawle.
Carwallen, in occ. of Jn. Parnall.

Duporth (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/181  29 Sep. 1731

Contents:
Deed declaring uses of a surrender.
Thos. Stephens of St. Austell to Francis Sawle.
Property at Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/182  6 Sep. 1731

Contents:
Surrender (copy of court roll).
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/183  18 Sep. 1734

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a surrender.
Rich. Sawle of London, esq., Thos. Stephens of St. Austell, yeo., Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., and Jn. Hawkins of St. Austell, gent.
Property in Duporth.

[no title]  CF/1/184  18 Sep. 1734

Contents:
Surrender (copy court roll).
Hugh Hewett to Rich. Sawle.
Property in Duporth.

Gunheath.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/185/1,2  23 Mar. 1869

Contents:
Certificate of sale.
Wm. Hancock to Wm. Allen.
Waste, part of Gunheath.
Also certificate of sale, Wm. Hancock to s. Wm. H., waste, part of Gunheath, 29 Sep. 1866.

Lavrean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/186a  29 Aug. 1834

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Sir Rich. Rawlinson Vyvyan of Trelowarren, bart., and Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle of Penrice esq., and w. Dorothea Prideaux Sawle, to Joseph Thos. Austen of Place, esq.
Piece of land, part of Lavrean in St. Austell, to form part of a rail or tramroad which Joseph Thos. A. is about to lay down.

Ropehaven.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/186b  21 Jan. 1688

Contents:
Acknowledgement of deed and payment.
Wm. Sawle of Tywardreath, gent., to uncle Rob. Sawle of St. Austell, gent.
Cellars at Ropehaven.

Towan (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/187  11 Aug. 1701

Contents:
Articles of agreement to surrender.
Francis Opie of St. Austell, yeo., to Jn. Sawle.
Towan.

Trevissick (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/188/1,2  8 & 9 June 1732

Contents:
Lease and release.
Geo. Slade of St. Austell, gent., and w. Joanna, dau. of Rich. Moyle of Trevissick, gent., decd., to Joseph Sawle, esq.
Trevissick.

[no title]  CF/1/189a  17 June 1780

Contents:
Surrender (copy of court roll).
Chas. Rashleigh, Thos. Williams and Francis Polkinghorne to Jn. Sawle.
Well Park near Hallean Mill, part of Trevissick.

[no title]  CF/1/189b  1 Mar. 1661

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement.
Nich. Arundell of Gwarnick, esq. and Oliver Sawle of Penrice, esq., on marriage between Joseph Sawle, s. of Oliver S., and Amy Trevanion, dau. of Jn. T. of Carhays, decd., and dau. of Nich. Arundell's sister.
Barton and demesne of Penrice, Menagwins, and lease of Nansiddern; Towan; fields at Tregorrick and leasehold lands of manor of Tewington.

Title deeds (Tremayne).  [no ref. or date]

Duporth.  CF/1/190  1 Oct. 1825

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne and Jn. Herle T., both of Heligan, Rev. Edw. Rodd of St. Just in Roseland, and Martha Rashleigh of St. Austell, spr., to Wm. Thos. Mein Pattison of Duporth, esq.
Long Close adj. Duporth Vanson.

Title deeds (Miscellaneous).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/191  1863

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Representatives of Mr. Cory, decd.
Malt House in East Street in occ. of Jn. Julyan, with 2 adj. stables and gig house.

[no title]  CF/1/192  25 Mar. 1698

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Ralph Fenney of Fowey, yeo., to Jn. Hickes of St. Austell, tinner.
Property in St. Austell churchtown in occ. of Jn. Hickes.

[no title]  CF/1/193  1864

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Phillippa Glanville and Julian Glanville.
House and stable in St. Austell late in occ. of Sam. Hendy then of Rich. Flamank.

[no title]  CF/1/194  1865

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Sarah Michell.
House and gdn. adj. turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel, late in occ. of Jn. Rowe then of Jn. Cory.

[no title]  CF/1/195  1866

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Wm. Potter.
House, shop, stores and premises in Fore Street (sold 1821 as "newly erected house in occ. of Thos. Tremain, with 3 houses, workshop and Courtelage").

[no title]  CF/1/196  1860

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Trustees of St. Austell Savings Bank.
Malthouse and brewhouse called South Down Vean in High Cross Street, late in occ. of Sam. Allsop, then of Edm. Browne; also adj. stable in occ. of Thos. Dove, surgeon; also 2 cottages and pair of old walls, part of Kempe's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/197  29 Dec. 1827

Contents:
Appointment by way of mortgage for £85.
Jn. White of St. Austell, cordwainer, to Rich. Veale of St. Austell, grocer.
Piece of land, part of Bowling Green field, with house erected there, lately divided into 2 dwellings, now in occ. of Jn. White.

Porthpean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/198  29 Sep. 1836

Contents:
Agreement for purchase for £35.
Jn. Pearse of St. Austell, mariner, to Geo. Pearce of St. Austell, gent.
Public house and room called coopers' shop in Lower Porthpean in occ. of Jn. Chapman.

Leases (Andrew).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/199  29 Sep. 1826

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Sam. Hawke of St. Austell, labourer, to Joseph Vivian of St. Austell, baker.
Piece of land, part of Priory Field near Blowing-House lane behind row of houses called Priory Row lately built in the same field (part of field is in occ. of Joseph Nott, innkeeper).
(Leased by Jas. Andrew, gent., to Sam. Hawke, 1824).

[no title]  CF/1/200  14 Feb. 1834

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rich. Elwins of St. Austell, tin-dresser, to Jn. Easterbrook of St. Austell, yeo.
Property as above, with house erected there, (leased by Jas. Andrew to Nich. E., 1831).

[no title]  CF/1/201  1 May 1847

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Walter Staple of St. Austell, carpenter, and Edwin Stephens of St. Austell, butcher, to Maria Easterbrook of St. Austell, wid.
House and gdn. in Priory Field near Blowing-House Lane, behind Priory Row (leased by Jas. Andrew to Rich. Elvins, 1832).

Carwallen.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/202  28 July 1840

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Elvins of St. Ewe, miner, to Jn. Daniel of St. Austell, miner.
Piece of land enclosed by Jas. Andrew out of Lower Down Park, Carwellen, with buildings erected there (mortgaged by Jas. Andrew to Jn. Elvins, 1837).

Leases (Carthew).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell Town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/203  24 June 1790

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Scantlebury of St. Austell, yeo.
Spot, formerly waste spot of land, in St. Austell moor adj. the Roe Bank on e. of mill leat to May's mill.

[no title]  CF/1/204  30 Aug. 1786

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Rich. Martyn of St. Austell, clothier.
Plot of ground to erect dwelling-house in St. Austell, on w. of turnpike road; also right to draw water at the pump made at the joint expense of the erectors of the 5 other houses recently built adj. sd. plot, Rich, M. sharing expenses and helping to keep pump in good repair.

[no title]  CF/1/205  10 June 1788

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Pearse of St. Austell, gent.
Newly-erected dwelling-house and garden in St. Austell lately erected by Thos. Avard, carpenter; liberty to carry fuel, and right of way for horses, mules and asses through on road near Rich. Martyn's house; also right to use water from pump (as above).

Carvath.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/206  6 Aug. 1724

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nich. Young of St. Mewan, gent., to Dennis Russell of St. Austell, yeo.
House late in occ. of Ben. Baker and Sampson Reynolds with gdn. and meadow adj., with commons of pasture, all in Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/207  30 Jan. 1724

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nich. Young of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Warrick of St. Austell, yeo.
Fields at Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/208  10 Mar. 1682

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nich. Younge of St. Mewan, yeo., to Thos. Warrick of St. Austell, tinner.
Tenement at Carvath.

Tregorrick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/209  7 June 1767

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edm. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Phil. Vounder of St. Austell, ropemaker.
2 houses in Tregorrick where Phil. V. and his late father lived, with little house opposite, and old pair of walls, formerly a dwelling-house late in occ. of Luke Stephens.

[no title]  CF/1/210  25 Mar. 1793

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Joseph Gawler of St. Austell, innkeeper.
5 fields in Tregorrick adj. road from St. Austell to Penrice on w., commonly called Saffron Parks, late in occ. of Rob. Harden; also Long Close at Tregorrick.

[no title]  CF/1/211/1,2  8 Nov. 1793

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Rebecca Webb of Tregorrick, spr.
House with little house adj. in Tregorrick, late in occ. of Stephen Scantlebury decd.

Tithes.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/212  3 Dec. 1731

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Hugh Williams of Turnavissick, gent., and Stephen Williams of Plymouth, bachelor of physic.
Great tithes of St. Austell.

Leases (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

"General Wolfe".  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/213  6 Jan. 1814

Contents:
13 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Harris of St. Austell, brewer, Jn. Williams Colenso of St. Austell, gent., and Rich. Dugger of Fowey, merchant.
House in St. Austell called "The General Wolfe", late in occ. of Jas. Hooper, decd.

Old Vicarage.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/214  25 Sep. 1882

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Chas. Truscott of St. Austell, gent.
The Old Vicarage, with stable, coach-houses, pleasure grounds, gardens; also right of way for all foot passengers along road leading from lower door in Vicarage Hill through stable yard to meadow; tenant to repair and maintain premises (details given).
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/215  24 Dec. 1889

Contents:
1 yr. lease (renewable).
Edw. Coode to Jas. Hooper of the Stag Inn, St. Austell, postmaster.
Stable, coach-house, harness-room and stable, part of old vicarage premises.

Cannamanning.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/216  16 July 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Triplett of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of land, eastern part of Cannamanning Down Park, with house lately erected there at Jn. T.'s expense.

[no title]  CF/1/217/1,2  16 July 1835

Contents:
99 yrs. (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode to Rich. Gerry of St. Austell, carpenter.
Piece of land, w. part of Cannamanning Down Park, with buildings lately erected there at Rich. G.'s expense.

[no title]  CF/1/218  29 June 1838

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Rich. Vivian of St. Austell, yeo.
Piece of land at Cannamanning, late in occ. of Rich. Gerry, adj. highway from St. Austell to Rescorla; Rich. V. to fence and hedge and make a good and convenient road for carriages adj. n. hedge of the field; not to carry on trade of blacksmith or carpenter without Edw. C.'s permission.

Carlidden.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/219  30 Aug. 1835

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (transfer of mortgage).
Rich. Gerry of St. Austell, wheelwright, and w. Hannah, and Thomasine Roberts of Roche, wid., to Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
Fields at Carlidden.

Hodge's tenement.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/220  24 June 1847

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Coode of St. Austell, gent., and Thos. Cory of St. Austell, gent., to Thos. Glascott Vaudrey of St. Austell, surgeon.
Hodge's tenement late in occ. of Thos. Julyan then Walter Pomeroy then Geo. Simmons.

Kerrow.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/221  1 May 1819

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Rob. Dyer of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of land marked out for Rob. D. to enclose being e. part of Kerrow moor, part of Kerrow.

[no title]  CF/1/222  15 May 1819

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Dyer of St. Austell, tinner.
House and 5 parcels of land adj., part of Kerrow

Menear.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/223/1,2  31 Dec. 1863

Contents:
30 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode to Sam. Benny of St. Austell, farmer.
2 cottages built by Wm. Davey, with adj. land part of Minear Down Parks late in occ. of Eliz. Dumble.

[no title]  CF/1/224  22 Sep. 1868

Contents:
Assignment of 30 yr. lease.
Sam. Benny of St. Austell, farmer, to Nich. Harris of St. Austell, miner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/225  1 Oct. 1875

Contents:
Assignment of 30 yr. lease.
Nich. Harris of St. Austell, miner, to Jn. Vivian of St. Austell, miner.
Property as above.

Tregorrick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/226  22 Dec. 1869

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of Sam. Gardiner Roberts of St. Austell, butcher.
Tregorrick farm.

Fields in St. Austell.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/227  11 Jan. 1872

Contents:
1 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Rob. Dunn of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Mistresses field near St. Austell (tithe no. 353).

[no title]  CF/1/228a  30 Aug. 1853

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Ben. Andrew of St. Austell, draper.
Close lately divided into 4 fields late in occ. of Wm. Martin.

Leases (Duchy).  [no ref. or date]

Duporth (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228b  5 Mar 1749

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Carthew, gent.
Property in Duporth.

Pencarrow and Trevissick (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228c  13 July 1772

Contents:
Letters of attorney for surrender and admission.
Edw. Stephens of St. Ives, merchant, to surrender to Hugh Edwards of St. Ives, gent., by Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., his attorney.
Pencarrow and Trevissick.

[no title]  CF/1/228d  27 June 1781

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Simon Slade to Ben. Davey of St. Cleer, yeo.
Pencarrow.

Ropehaven (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228e  1754

Contents:
Draft copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Jn. Lemellyn to dau. Mary L.
House near Ropehaven.

Towan (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228f  29 Sep. 1746

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Agnes Sawle, wid., to Edm. Cheyne and Jn. Adams, esq., by their attorney Thos. Jones.
Towan.

Trenarren (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228g  23 Aug. 1782

Contents:
Draft copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Geo. Bond, yeo., to s. Thos. B.
House, rick place, linney, meadow and hop-garden in Trenarren; also Daddoe's house in Trenarren.

[no title]  CF/1/228h  14 Mar. 1796

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Sampson Roberts to Chas. Rickard.
House in Trenarren, now in occ. of Joseph Thomas.

[no title]  CF/1/228i  2 July 1803

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Hen. Herle Tremayne to Wm. Tallack of St. Austell, gent.
2 houses with gdns. in Trenarren.

[no title]  CF/1/228j  1818

Contents:
Draft copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Margt., w. of Rich. Worth of St. Austell, labourer, dau. of Francis Julyan, to Jas. Bray.
House in Trenarren.

Trevissick (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228k  9 Dec. 1824

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Harriet Rodd of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, wid., dau. of Chas. Rashleigh, to Thos. Williams.
Trevissick.

[no title]  CF/1/228l  9 Dec. 1854

Contents:
Copy court roll (surrender and admission).
Thos. Williams to Wm. Petherick.
Trevissick.

General (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/228m  20 May 1720

Contents:
Bond in £2,000.
Joseph Sawle, esq., to Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren and. Nich. Rooke of Dortington.
To ensure that Agnes Rooke, Joseph Sawle's intended wife, shall after his death retain leases which he holds of Duchy lands in St. Austell (Towan, Castle Gotha, Carvallen, Penventon, 2 houses in Churchtown, Blackhead with cellars there, Hallean grist mills, Hallean cellars, Ropehaven cellars and quay, and slate and freestone quarries).

Leases (Edgcumbe).  [no ref. or date]

Nansladron (Manor of Tregrehan).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/229a  19 Apr. 1650

Contents:
Deed of authorisation to surrender (copy court roll).
Nich. and Oliver Sawle, to Rich. Edgcumbe, kt., lord of manor of Tregrehan.
Nansidron.

Roseweek. (Manor of Tregrehan).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/229b  20 Sep. 1786

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Geo., lord Mount Edgcumbe, to Thos. Parnall of St. Austell, yeo.
Allen's tenement in Roseweek late in occ. of Peter Allen, then Thos. Carlyon, then Wm. Anstis, then Thos. Newton, then Geo. John.

[no title]  CF/1/230/1,2  10 Mar. 1792

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Geo., Lord Mount Edgcumbe, to Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, yeo.
Property at Roseweek late in occ. of Jn. Tonking, then Wm. Williams, then Jn. Tallack.

Leases (Foster).  [no ref. or date]

Tregonissey (Manor of Treverbyn Courtenay).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/231  1 Sep. 1802

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Winifred Benallack of St. Austell, wid., and Rich. Foster of Lostwithiel, gent., to Jn. Every of St. Austell, tallow chandler.
4 fields at Tregonissey now in occ. of Eliz. Price.

[no title]  CF/1/232  28 Nov. 1811

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rich. Foster of Lostwithiel, esq., to Rich. Wedlake of St. Austell, yeo.
House, gdn. and outhouses in Tregonissey late in occ. of Jn. Benallack; also fields.

[no title]  CF/1/233  20 Apr. 1849

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 21 years.
Rich. Foster of Castle, Lanlivery, esq., to Wm. Biddick Kellow of St. Austell, yeo.
House, gdns., malthouse, cellars and outhouse in occ. of Jas. Lynn and Thos. Hitchens, at Tregonissey.

Leases (Hawkins).  [no ref. or date]

Hay (Manor of Tredenham).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/234  1 Jan. 1788

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, esq., to Thos. Williams of Mevagissey, yeo.
Barn with adj. meadow and undertown field, with commons of pasture on town place, at Hay.

[no title]  CF/1/235  3 July 1792

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, bat., to Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, innkeeper.
2/3 of a field now divided into 4 parts called Hay fields near Pentewan.

[no title]  CF/1/236  1 Oct. 1794

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, bart., to Wm. Yourne of St. Austell, victualler.
Higher Hay field now made into 2, in Pentewan, with stable there, late in occ. of Rich. Nichols.

Pentewan (Manor of Pentewan).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/237  24 June 1843

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chris. Hen. Thos. Hawkins of Trewithen, esq., to Joseph Ivrey of Pentewan, labourer.
Piece of ground at Pentewan on which Joseph I. has agreed to build a smithery.

Leases (Kempe).  [no ref. or date]

Tregonissey.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/238  19 July 1785

Contents:
80 yr. lease.
Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq., to Wm. Rowse of St. Austell, tinner.
Stable at end of Jn. Clement's house, with liberty to enclose a small garden out of the Green adj. Thos. Penhale's croft, in Tregonissey, part of Menear's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/239  29 Sep. 1785

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq., to Dav. Price of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Fields on s. of road from St. Austell to Tregonissey.

[no title]  CF/1/240/1,2  26 Aug. 1788

Contents:
80 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq., to Wm. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo.
House and half a gdn. in Tregonissey in occ. of Jn. Long, with liberty to make a rick by the common of Treverbyn Trevanion.

[no title]  CF/1/241/1,2  20 June 1789

Contents:
80 yr. lease.
Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq., to Margery Minear of St. Austell, wid., Edm. Minear of St. Austell, and Wm. Minear of St. Austell, yeos.
House, gdn. and stable in Tregonissey, close of land on Down Park in occ. of Jas. Drew; fields in Tregonissey.
Good husbandry clauses.
Also surrender by Edm. Minear of St. Austell, yeo., to Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq; of his 2/3 share in above property, 1 Oct. 1814.

[no title]  CF/1/242  20 May 1801

Contents:
70 yr. lease.
Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq., to Ben. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo.
House and adj. gdn. in Tregonissey in occ. of Jn. Thomas and Mary Clemence (part of property leased by Jn. Bettesworth of Carhays to Arthur Kempe, 1753)

Leases (Long).  [no ref. or date]

Carvath.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/243  25 Mar. 1818

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Wm. Long of St. Austell, yeo., to Thomasin Davis of St. Austell, wid.
Piece of land in corner of field adj. s. side of turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel and w. side of road from turnpike road near the ½ mile stone to village of Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/244  24 June 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Wm. Long of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Greenwood of Stoke Damerel, merchant.
Piece of ground in s. part of field on s. side of turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel, on w. of road from turnpike to Carvath; with right of way for other tenants through Greenwood's land to Carvath, and to pay share towards erection of gate and steps at end of field to go to Carvath.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/245/1,2  24 June 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Wm. Long of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Edwards of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of land in field on s. side of highway from St. Austell to Lostwithiel, with right of way to Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/246/1,2  25 Mar. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jn. Lovering, maltster, and Rich. Parsons, cordwainer, trustees of Wm. Long of St. Austell, gent., decd., to Nich. Edwards of St. Austell, miner.
Piece of land on s. of turnpike from St. Austell to Lostwithiel with house lately built there by Rich. E., with right of way through Mr. Greenwood's premises to village of Carvath.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/247  25 Mar. 1830

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Lovering, maltster, and Rich. Parsons, cordwainer, both of St. Austell, trustees of Wm. Long of St. Austell, gent., decd., to Isabella Rendle of St. Austell, spr.
Piece of land with building there erected by Edw. Clark adj. s. of highway from St. Austell to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/248  13 Mar. 1847

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rich, Edwards of St. Austell (now of St. Neot), miner, to Joseph Robins of St. Austell, grocer.
Piece of land on s. of turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel, with house built there by Rich. E., with right of way through Mr. Greenwood's premises to Carvath (formerly leased by Wm. Long).

Leases (Pearce).  [no ref. or date]

Fields near the Watering.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/249  29 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, gent., to Jas. Clark of St. Austell, carpenter.
Piece of land lately enclosed at n. end of Joseph Nott's field, adj. lane from watering place on St. Austell-Lostwithiel turnpike road to the Gewans.

[no title]  CF/1/250  29 Sept. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, gent., to Stephen Tredinnick of St. Austell, miner.
Piece of lately-enclosed land adj. s. of turnpike road from churchtown to Lostwithiel, part of field in occ. of Joseph Nott, innkeeper.

[no title]  CF/1/251/1,2  24 June 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Stephens of St. Austell, miner.
House lately built by Wm. Stephens with adj. gdn. between Joseph Nott's field and turnpike road from St. Austell churchtown to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/252  3 Aug. 1848

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rebecca Stephens of Liskeard, wid., to Thos. Reynolds of St. Austell, servant.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/253  23 July 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, gent., to Thos. Peters of St. Agnes, miner.
Piece of ground with house lately built by Hugh Peters, decd., (brother of Thos. P.), on n. of field in occ. of Joseph Nott, adj. s. side of turnpike road from St. Austell churchtown to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/254/1,2  29 Sep. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Pearce to Peter Coom of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of land enclosed in Joseph Nott's field adj. s. side of turnpike from churchtown to Lostwithiel, bounded on w. with Hugh Peters' gdn. and house lately built there by Peter C.

[no title]  CF/1/255  Feb. 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Lieut. Joseph Pearce R.N., to Jas. Davey of St. Austell, assayer.
Piece of ground with dwelling-house adj. lane from watering place to the Gewans.

[no title]  CF/1/256  18 Dec. 1855

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Pearce to Phil. Reynolds of St. Austell, engineman.
2 houses and gdns. near the watering on e. turnpike, late in occ. of Wm. Scantlebury.

[no title]  CF/1/257  18 Dec. 1855

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Pearce of E. Stonehouse, Devon, naval captain, to Phil. Reynolds of St. Austell, engineman.
2 houses and gdns. near the watering, as above.

Leases (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

Fields.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/258  1 Feb. 1800

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., to Joseph Pearse of St. Austell, gent.
Land part of St. Austell foredown.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/259  25 Mar. 1801

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., to Dav. Price of St. Austell, innkeeper.
2 pieces of ground enclosed by Dav. Price out of commons called Gwallyn, Portmellyn and Towan alias St. Austell fore-down.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/260  18 Jan. 1790

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, shopkeeper.
Field on r.h.s. of High Cross Lane and beyond High Cross called the Down Field, late in occ. of Thos. Hall, then Jos. Veale, maltster, all part of tenement in churchtown.

[no title]  CF/1/261/1,2  24 June 1800

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent., to Geo. Geach of St. Austell, carpenter.
Meadow adj. Blowing House Lane.

[no title]  CF/1/262  20 Aug. 1817

Contents:
Assignment of above lease.
Geo. Geach of St. Austell, gent., to Jas. Matthew Hamilton of St. Austell, merchant.
Part of Wall Meadow, on n. side of "certain poor houses there".

[no title]  CF/1/263  25 Dec. 1804

Contents:
21 year lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell to Jn. Hodge of St. Austell, gardener.
2 orchards or gdns. adj. St. Austell vicarage on e., with free liberty to poll the ash and sycamore trees standing outside the se. hedge.

Offices  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/264  29 May 1754

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Francis Polkinghorne, exor. of father, Francis P. of St. Austell, decd., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Writing office and small gdn. where Chas. R. and Francis P. transacted business when partners in firm of attorneys.
(Manor of Tregorrick).

Carbean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/265  6 Feb. 1778

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite esq., to Joseph Pearce of St. Austell, yeo.
House, gdn. and field called Gut-Park in Carbean, late in occ. of Rich. Hancock, then Wm. Hancock.

[no title]  CF/1/266  17 Apr. 1780

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Isaac Grigg of St. Dennis, tinner.
Lately erected house in Carbean late in occ. of Jn. Martyn then Stephen Martyn, both of St. Austell, tinners, decd.

[no title]  CF/1/267  19 May 1788

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Jacob Hooper of St. Austell, tinner.
House, 2 gdns. and 3 fields (including Buddle Close) in Carbean, late in occ. of Wm. Nicholls then Hen. Lakes gent.

[no title]  CF/1/268  1 Mar. 1789

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Isaac Grigg of St. Dennis, yeo.
House, gdn. and land with pasture on commons in Carbean, late in occ. of Rob. Hoare then Jn. Osborne.

Menacuddle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/269  12 Sep. 1575

Contents:
Lease for life.
Hugh Collyns of Tregony, gent., and w. Florence, to Wm. Cole, Pasca Cole and Jn. Cole, children of Thos. C. of Porthpean, St. Austell, husbandman.
6 closes of land at Menacuddle (20 acres), on e. of road from St. Austell to Bodmin, late in occ. of Jn. Cole.

[no title]  CF/1/270/1,2  24 May 1604

Contents:
Lease for unspecified term of years.
Sir Matthew Carew, kt., to Tristram Curry of Tregony, yeo., and w. Philip, Patrick Portsmouth of Helston, shoemaker, and w. Katheren, Jn. Hutchins of Fowey, merchant, and w. Jane, Francis Cooke of Tregony, tailor, and w. Alice.
Land called Menacuddle, belonging to the late free chapel of Menacuddle.
Also survey and valuation of property, 1680.

Menear.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/271  1 Jan. 1818

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Thos. Smith, a poor labouring man of St. Austell.
Piece of waste land, to be enclosed by Thos. S., part of Menear tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/272  1 July 1819

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Rob. Pellymounter of St. Austell, miner.
Piece of land to be enclosed by Rob. P., part of Menear tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/273  1 July 1819

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Walter Pearse of St. Austell, miner.
Piece of land to be enclosed by Walter P., part of Menear Down Park.

[no title]  CF/1/274  26 July 1820

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Wm. Davey of St. Austell labourer.
Cottage lately built by Wm. D., with adj. land, lately part of Menear DownPark.

Porthpean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/275  7 Dec. 1770

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Michael Milford of Porthpean, fisherman.
House, gdn. and stable called Daddow's tenement in Porthpean, late in occ. of Jn. Daddow, decd., then Peter Crapp.

[no title]  CF/1/276  25 Mar. 1772

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Wm. Williams of Trencreek, St. Veep, yeo.
Daddoe's house, also Mordecar's house in Porthpean, formerly leased by Francis Sawle to Jn. Daddoe and Stephen Tonkin.

[no title]  CF/1/277  1 Nov. 1802

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Martin of St. Austell, yeo., to Jn. Best of St. Austell, yeo.
House and gdn. in Porthpean, (leased by Jn. Rashleigh to Wm. Williams).

[no title]  CF/1/278  6 Dec. 1802

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., to Michael Milford of St. Austell, fisherman.
Daddow's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/279  4 Nov. 1839

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Honor Hicks of Luxulyan, wid., to Wm. Perrow of St. Austell, hairdresser.
Half a house and gdn. in Porthpean late in occ. of Jn. Best (leased by Jn. Rashleigh to Wm. Williams).

[no title]  CF/1/280  5 Apr. 1777

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Wm. Pearce of St. Austell, yeo.
One field formerly 2, called the undertowns, with newly-built barn, gdn. and town plot adj., called Knights' tenements, now in occ. of Wm. Pearce.

[no title]  CF/1/281  9 Apr. 1777

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Wm. Pearce of Porthpean, yeo.
House called the New House in Porthpean; also decayed dwelling-house and fish cellar, formerly Chris. Williams', now rebuilt on s. of New House, on e. of Crapp's cellars.

[no title]  CF/1/282  10 Jan. 1800

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent., to Ann Walkey of St. Austell, spr.
House, stable and gdn. late in occ. of Ann Pearce, wid.

[no title]  CF/1/283/1,2  31 Aug. 1818

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Thos. Carne of St. Austell, miner.
House with adj. gdn. in Porthpean.

[no title]  CF/1/284  1 Nov. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Nich. Hawken of St. Austell, cordwainer.
Cottage lately built by Nich. H. on piece of waste land adj. road from St. Austell to Porthpean.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/285  26 Dec. 1821

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Wm. Drew of St. Austell, mason.
House, mowhay, orchard and gdn. in Porthpean late in occ. of Jn. Hawken; also piece of land to be enclosed by Wm. D.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/286/1,2  1 Jan. 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Jn. Chapman of St. Austell, malster.
Newly-erected meeting-house or chapel in Porthpean.
(Manor of Tewington).

Tregonissey.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/287  1 Aug. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Jn. Minear of St. Austell, yeo.
Piece of land, part of Great Down Park, part of Tregonissey tenement, late in occ. of Arthur Kempe, esq., to be enclosed by Jn. M.

[no title]  CF/1/288/1,2  10 Aug. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Wm. Morrish of St. Austell, miner.
Piece of land, part of Great Down Park, to be enclosed by Wm. M., part of Tregonissey tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/289  10 Aug. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Edw. Minear of St. Austell, yeo.
2 cottages in Tregonissey with gdn. and stable and piece of land adj. Barley field.

[no title]  CF/1/290  10 Aug. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Jn. Thomas of St. Austell, tinner.
2 cottages in Tregonissey with adj. gdn.

[no title]  CF/1/291  1 May 1814

Contents:
Assignment of 70 yr. lease.
Ben. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo., and Jas. Prior of St. Austell, yeo., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
House and gdn. in Tregonissey late in occ. of Jn. Thomas and Mary Clemow, wid.

[no title]  CF/1/292/1,2  1 June 1814

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Jas. Prior of St. Austell, yeo.
Land lately enclosed by Jas. P. out of Great Down Park near Tregonissey; also cottage in Tregonissey.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/293  22 Aug. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Ben. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo.
House in Tregonissey with adj. gdn., now in occ. of Mary Clemowe, wid., with 5 other cottages and a barn, mowhay, oxenhouse, wain-house and gdn., also Barley field and potato close.

[no title]  CF/1/294  25 Mar. 1816

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jas. Prior of St. Austell, yeo., to Nich. Thomas of St. Austell, miner.
Newly erected dwelling-house in occ. of Nich. Thomas (i.e. s.w. part of 2 houses under one roof lately built by Jas. Prior), in Tregonissey, with stable, gdn., pigs' house, rick-stead and dung-place, (all leased by Chas. Rashleigh to Jas. Prior, 1814).

Tregorrick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/295  1 May 1815

Contents:
10 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Jn. Tiller of St. Austell, labourer.
Cottage at Tregorrick called Richard's Tenement, late in occ. of Jn. Webb and Wm. Rundle, then Jn. Hocken.

Trenarren.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/296  22 June 1810

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Edw. Rowett of Trenarren, yeo., to Jos. Thomas of St. Veep, yeo.
House built by Edw. R. on commons of manor of Tewington near Trenarren, with piece of ground to be enclosed (leased by Chas. Rashleigh to Edw. R.)
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/297  24 June 1810

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Joseph Thomas of St. Veep, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/298  1 July 1816

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Joseph Marsh of St. Austell, gent.
Piece of unenclosed land in Trenarren.
(Manor of Tewington).

Leases (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

Blowing house.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/299  25 Mar. 1778

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle esq., to Francis Polkinhorne and Chas.
Rashleigh on behalf of their partners in the tin trade to be carried on in the Blowing House.
The Old Blowing House in St. Austell with pinion, mill, trying house and all other buildings and implements late in occ. Thos. Daniell.

[no title]  CF/1/300  25 Mar. 1781

Contents:
50 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle esq., to Edw. Fox jun. of Wadebridge, merchant, and Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent., on behalf of their partners in the tin trade.
Tin blowing house called The called Blowing House with tools, houses and implements.

[no title]  CF/1/301  17 July 1781

Contents:
50 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle esq., to Hen. Lakes and Chas. Rashleigh on behalf of their partners at the Old Blowing House.
Plot of ground formerly a garden where a smelting house is now building in Blowing House hill, with liberty to use all necessary water "so as no wilful waste be made of the said water nor injury done to any mill of Jn. S. that can be avoided".

[no title]  CF/1/302  8 Aug. 1815

Contents:
16 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle, esq., to Geo. Fox jun. of Perranarworthal, merchant, on behalf of self and others in tin-blowing and smelting house in St. Austell called Fox, Rashleigh and Co.
Meadow near Old Blowing House called The Leet Meadow alias Culver Meadow; also carpenter's shop adj. Blowing-house (formerly a grist mill); also 3 houses and a stable, called Cock's Tenement; also house, outhouses and garden adj. smelting-house, in occ. of Jn. Hendy.

[no title]  CF/1/303  1 Sep. 1824

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Jos. Sawle Sawle to Collan Harvey, Michael Williams, both of Gwennap, Stephen and Rich. Davy of Redruth, tin blowers.
Old Blowing House with pinion, mill, trying house and all buildings, implements and tools.

[no title]  CF/1/304/1,2  17 Apr. 1845

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Jos. Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Francis Hodge of St. Austell, ironfounder.
Tin blowing house called the Old Blowing House; also land near Trevarrick adj. blowing house late in occ. Collan Harvey, Michael Williams, Stephen and Rich. Davy, with liberty to convert same into an iron foundry.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/305  25 Mar. 1846

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Jos. Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Francis Hodge of St. Austell, ironfounder.
Tin blowing house known as Old Blowing House, with adj. land at Trevarrick, with liberty to use same as iron foundry.

[no title]  CF/1/306/1,2  27 Apr. 1859

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Jos. Sawle Graves Sawle to Jas. Deroy of Ford, Egloshayle, millwright.
Old blowing house with leat or watercourse; also piece of land near Trevarrick adj. blowing house, all late in occ. Collan Harvey, Michael Williams, Stephen and Rich. Davy, then of Jn. Francis Hodge, occupied by him as an iron-foundry.

[no title]  CF/1/307  1 July 1831

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jos. Sawle Graves Sawle esq., to Jn. Phillips of St. Mewan, gent.
Tin smelting house with adj. yard in blowing house lane; also house in occ. Josiah Anthony adj. smelting house.

Blowing-house hill (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/308  27 Apr. 1784

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Hen. Geach of St. Austell, tinner.
House and garden in Blowing-house hill bounded on n. with the grist mills and on w. with road from St. Austell to Trenance bridge.

[no title]  CF/1/309  23 June 1808

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Hen. Geach of St. Austell, miller, to Thos. Robarts of St. Austell, carpenter.
House and garden (leased 1784 by Mary Sawle to Hen. Geach), now in occ. Jn. Benallack (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/310  26 Mar. 1827

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Walter Pomeroy and Walter Pomeroy Walkom of St. Austell, exors. of Thos. Roberts of St. Austell, carpenter, decd., and Thos. Roberts jun., s. of
Thos. R. decd., to Jas. Merifield of St. Austell, gent.
House and garden in Blowing-House hill on n. side of road from St. Austell town to Trenance Bridge now in occ. of Rich. Hooper, blacksmith (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/311  17 Nov. 1840

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Maria Georgiana Merifield of Budock, wid., (wid. of Jas. M.), to Joseph Veale of St. Austell.
Property as above, now in occ. of Jn. Browne, currier.

[no title]  CF/1/312  15 Feb. 1850

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jos. Veale of St. Austell, gent., to Ben. Jacob of St. Austell, mason.
House and garden as above, late in occ. Jn. Brown, currier

[no title]  CF/1/313/1,2  25 Mar. 1850

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, to Ben. Jacob of St. Austell, mason.
House and garden as above, late in occ. Jn. Brown, currier.

[no title]  CF/1/314  29 Apr. 1863

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Ben. Jacob of St. Austell, mason, and Phil. Nicholls of St. Austell, carpenter, to Wm. Stephen of St. Blazey, mine agent.
Property as above, now 3 houses and gdns.

[no title]  CF/1/315/1,2  1 July 1795

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Mary Sawle to Hen. Geach of St. Austell, tin-blower.
House and garden in Blowing-house hill, for several years past used as a dog-kennel, now in occ. of Anth. Rowe.

[no title]  CF/1/316  14 Oct. 1817

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Hen. Geach of St. Austell, tin-blower, to Wm. Geach of St. Austell, tin-blower.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/317  19 Sep. 1824

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Geach of St. Austell, tin-blower, to Wm. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/318  1 Oct. 1832

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to Walter Sanders of St. Austell, iron and brass-founder.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/319  25 Nov. 1845

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Walter Sanders of St. Austell, iron and brass-founder, to Thos. Hicks of St. Austell, mason.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/320/1,2  20 Dec. 1846

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Hicks of St. Austell, mason.
House and garden in blowing-house hill, late in occ. of Walter Sanders; also house adj., in occ. of Wm. Benallack, all of which premises were formerly used as a dog-kennel (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/321  15 Feb. 1858

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Williams of St. Austell, miner, to Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
Walter Sanders' house (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/322  24 June 1785

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Geo. Geach of St. Austell, carpenter.
Field near Blowing-house lane called Well Meadow, part of Rowse's Tenement, late in occ. of Rich. Hennah, clerk.

[no title]  CF/1/323/1-3  17 Dec. 1814

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart; also copy).
Joseph Sawle Graves, esq., to Geo. Geach of St. Austell, miller.
Meadow adj. Blowing-house lane.

[no title]  CF/1/324  1 May 1822

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Wm. Geach of St. Austell, tin-blower, to Rich. Retallack Hodge of St. Austell, ironfounder.
House lately a dwelling-house and smith's shop, foundry and yard (formerly a garden) on blowing-house hill.

[no title]  CF/1/325  24 Jan. 1824

Contents:
80 yr. lease.
Geo. Geach of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Rowe of Plymouth, gent.
Piece of land adj. turnpike road to Truro, adj. almshouse and walls of a reservoir, lately part of Well Meadow, in Rowse's Tenement, to be enclosed by Jn. R., and within 12 months to build a good stone dwelling-house.

[no title]  CF/1/326  7 Apr. 1828

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £281).
Geo. Geach of St. Austell, gent., to Thos. G. of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, gent.
House and adj. field in Blowing-house lane called Well Meadow, part of Roswe's Tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/327  25 Mar. 1830

Contents:
Copy assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Geo. Geach sen. of St. Austell, gent., to grandson Geo. G. of Bodmin, gent.
House and adj. field in Blowing-house lane called Well Meadow, part of Rowse's Tenement, late in occ. of Rich. Hennah (leased by Sawle to Geo. G. 1814).
Also shares in tin bounds in St. Austell: Green Slip, Matthias, Tobias and Heartsease; Dabchick; Hopewell; Narrow Pass; Prosperity; Hollow Borough; New Adventure; Maudlin Will; Grey Will Tail; Gold Hailshowers; Woodcock's Hole; Great St. Merran; Square Bounds; Horniwinks.

[no title]  CF/1/328  19 May 1834

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage.
Thos. Geach of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, gent., to Edw. Geach of Liskeard, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/329  13 Sep. 1834

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage.
Edw. Geach of Liskeard, gent., to Geo. Geach jun. of Bodmin, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/330  24 June 1840

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Geo. Geach of Bodmin, gent., to Thos. Bell of St. Austell, innkeeper.
House with small dwelling-house at back, with land adj., part of Rowse's Tenement late in occ. of Rich. Hennah, clerk, then Geo. G.'s grandson Geo; piece of land, part of Well Meadow; house lately erected on part of meadow, in occ. of Wm. Kellow (leased by Sawle to Geo. G., 1814).

[no title]  CF/1/331  20 Dec. 1827

Contents:
19 and 21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, esq., to Jn. Benallack of St. Austell, gardener.
Garden in occ. of Jn. B. adj. Blowing-House Hill, with 2 cottages and adj. gdns. in occ. of Benallack and Whetter; field near Blowing-house Hill late in occ. Peter Isaac, now planted by Jn. B. as an orchard.

[no title]  CF/1/332  5 Dec. 1859

Contents:
18 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, to Wm. Benallack of St. Austell, gardener.
3 orchards and 2 gdns. near Blowing-house Hill late in occ. Jn. Benallack; also potato field late in occ. of Wm. Luke, all in St. Austell.

[no title]  CF/1/333  4 Apr. 1766

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jn. Dawe of St. Austell, mason.
House with adj. meadow and orchard adj. highway from Blowing-house hill to Higher Blowing House.

[no title]  CF/1/334/1,2  1 Mar. 1796

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Mary Sawle to Joseph Pearse of St. Austell, gent.
House and gdn. on e. side of road from St. Austell to Old Blowing House; late in occ. of Wm. Carthew, now of Thos. Smith.

[no title]  CF/1/335  22 Oct. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Mary Pearse of Stonehouse, Devon, spr., Nancy Pearse of Stonehouse, spr., and Anth. Luke of St. Austell, merchant, and w. Anna Maria, to Francis Lakeman of St. Austell, carpenter.
Property as above (now in occ. of Sam. Treverton).

[no title]  CF/1/336  25 Mar. 1882

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Hen. Michell of Rosevine, Gerrans, gent., to Jane Hannah Rosewarne of St. Austell, wid.
House near Blowing-house Lane; also Well Meadow (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Bell, 1847).
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/337  14 Apr. 1885

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jane Hannah Over of Peckham, Mddx., formerly Rosewarne, to Thos. Princep Burton of St. Austell, china dealer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/338  5 Feb. 1886

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Hen. Michell of Rosevine, Gerrans, gent., to Thos. Princep Burton of St. Austell, china merchant.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/339  20 July 1832

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, to Francis Stocker of St. Austell, gent.
Small garden in blowing-house lane adj. Francis S.'s own garden.

[no title]  CF/1/340  31 Oct. 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, to Jacob Halls of St. Austell, tailor.
House and shop now being erected at Jacob H.'s expense, lying between the street and a back lane leading to the street from Blowing-house Lane.

Bodmin Road.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/341  11 Sep. 1871

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Langdon Martin of Plymouth, clay merchant, Thos. Martin of St. Austell, clay merchant, Hen. Arthur Martin of Cosham, Hants., surgeon, Edw. Martin of St. Austell, clay merchant, and Eliz. Martin of St. Austell, spr., Jn. Penberthy Berryman of St. Austell, surgeon, and Rob. Emmott Large of Grays Inn, Mddx., to Frank Bennetts of St. Austell, ironmonger.
32, Bodmin Road, with adj. stable and coach house; (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rebecca Martin, 1854); party walls to be kept in repair; details of rights of way.
Plan in margin.

Fore Street (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/342  25 Mar. 1822

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rose Flamank of St. Austell, wid., to Jn. Wheeler of St. Austell, grocer.
House, shop and premises in Fore Street.

[no title]  CF/1/343  1 Nov. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Phil. Wheeler of St. Austell, grocer.
2 houses and outhouses late in occ. of Hugh Hewett, then Rich. Nancollas, Jn. Courtenay and Wm. Flamank, now of Jn. Wheeler as undertenant to Rose Flamank.

[no title]  CF/1/344  25 Dec. 1826

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rose Flamank of St. Austell, wid., to Phil. and Jn. Wheeler of St. Austell, shopkeepers.
House, shop and premises in Fore Street late in occ. of Jn. Wheeler, sen., also house, shop and premises adj., late in occ. of Wm. Parkyn.

[no title]  CF/1/345  31 July 1871

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Peter Parsons of St. Austell, watchmaker, Rich. Aaron Parsons of London, currier, Wm. Hart of St. Austell, baker, Wm. Hen. Michell of Gorran, farmer, Edw. Chappel of Uffculme, Devon, accountant, and Sam. Gardiner Roberts of St. Austell, butcher, to Edm. Parnall of St. Austell, gent.
House in Fore Street, late in occ. of Wm. Walhom, then of Wm. Vercoe, now of Messrs. Wm. Loye and Co., Drapers (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Parsons in 1826).

High Cross Street (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/346  21 Jan. 1852

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Joesph Sawle Graves Sawle, to Wm. Guy of St. Austell, tailor.
House in High Cross Street, late in occ. of Jn. Whitford, then of Wm. Guy, now of Geo. Thomas, with free ingress and egress to and from the side doorway.

[no title]  CF/1/347  6 Oct. 1830

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Peter Goldsworthy of St. Austell, miner, to Wm. Guy of St. Austell, tailor.
House in High Cross Street late in occ. of Jn. Whitford (leased by Joseph Sawle Sawle to Nich. Trevanion Eveleigh, 1816).

Kiln Lane (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/348  12 May 1789

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Paul Hitchens of St. Austell, tallow-chandler.
Piece of ground "whereon a house held and used as a meeting-house by the people called Quakers lately stood", with adj. stable, all in Kiln Lane, part of Scoble's Tenement, now in occ. of Paul H.

[no title]  CF/1/349  1 June 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle esq. to Paul Hitchens of St. Austell, tallow-chandler.
Piece of land wherein were lately dung pools, on w. of Kiln Lane fronting Paul H.'s house and shop; also gdns. on e. side of Kiln Lane; part of field adj. gdns; with covenant to make dung pools there.

[no title]  CF/1/350  20 Jan. 1825

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle, esq., to Paul Hitchens of St. Austell, tallow chandler.
House and shop in Kiln Lane, part of Scobell's Tenement; with 2 gdns. on e. of Kiln Lane lately taken out of field, with chandler's shop lately erected on one of them.

[no title]  CF/1/351  4 May 1836

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Hitchens of St. Austell, tallow-chandler.
Field on e. side of Kiln Lane; also field in Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/352/1,2  6 June 1840

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, to Thos. Hitchens of St. Austell, tallow-chandler.
Courtelage behind the chandler's shop and ware rooms now in occ. of Thos. H., on e. side of Kiln Lane, with wain house and stable on n. of way from Kiln Lane to field adj. shop, with stable lately erected on part of field; also piece of land wherein were lately dung pools.

[no title]  CF/1/353  5 June 1860

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Edw. and Thos. Coode and Wm. Shilson of St. Austell, bankers, co-partners called "Coode and Shilson", to Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
Garden on e. of Kiln Lane (leased by Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Paul Hitchens, 1825).
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/354  18 Jan. 1861

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Edw. and Thos. Coode and Wm. Shilson, all of St. Austell, bankers, to Walter Giles of St. Austell, builder.
Storehouses, chandlery, shops, stables, wainhouses, offices, lofts and buildings on e. of Kiln Lane (leased by Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Hitchens, 1840).
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/355  24 June 1784

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Bennett Trudgian of St. Austell, carpenter.
House with adj. stable at higher end of Kiln Lane, with ½ acre of waste ground on l.h.s. of road to Tregorrick, to be enclosed by Bennett T.

[no title]  CF/1/356  13 July 1850

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 99 yrs.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edm. Parnall of St. Austell, draper, and Jn. Joseph Badge of St. Austell, grocer.
Independent Chapel near South Street (i.e. formerly Kiln Lane), with adj. gdn., (leased by Mary Sawle to Bennet Trudgeon, carpenter, in 1784).

[no title]  CF/1/357/1,2  9 Sep. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle esq., to Peter Brown of St. Austell, yeo.
House, part of Scobell's Tenement, lately used as a warehouse, in St. Austell Churchtown, late in occ. of Bennett Trudgeon then Joseph Long, now of Wm. Vian.

[no title]  CF/1/358  31 Oct. 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle, esq., to Peter Brown of St. Austell, yeo.
2 meadows with house built there and gdns. lately enclosed, part of Vanson's Meadows in Kiln Lane.

[no title]  CF/1/359/1,2  26 Mar. 1836

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Peter Brown of St. Austell, yeo.
House and gdn. adj. Kiln Lane.

[no title]  CF/1/360  2 Nov. 1849

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £40).
Peter Brown of St. Austell, yeo., to Francis Smith of St. Austell, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/361  8 Apr. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Peter Brown of St. Austell, yeo., and Francis Smith of St. Austell, yeo., to Wm. Hancock of St. Austell, auctioneer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/362  1853 (day and month not given)

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease in lieu of rent arrears.
Peter Brown of St. Austell, yeo., to Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
House, part of Scobell's tenement, formerly used as a warehouse, late in occ. of Bennett Trudgian, decd., then of Jos. Long, then Wm. Vian (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Peter Brown, 1815).

[no title]  CF/1/363  29 May 1784

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jas. Merifield of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Stable lately erected and built on a waste plot at higher end of Kiln Lane near house of Nich. Baker, tailor.

[no title]  CF/1/364/1,2  1 Jan. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Merifield of St. Austell, mason.
2 cottages, formerly a stable, with adj. plot, at higher end of Kiln Lane (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/365/1,2  1 Mar. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Walter Giles of St. Austell, victualler.
Garden and stable on e. of lane from St. Austell to Kiln Lane late in occ. of Geo. Tallack.

[no title]  CF/1/366  20 Aug. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Walter Giles of St. Austell, victualler.
Garden adj. Kiln Lane late in occ. of Jn. Rosevear; 2 fields, formerly one, called Castle Park, at Carvath field adj. Castle Park adj. turnpike road to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/367  9 Mar. 1852

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nicholas May of St. Austell, yeo., to Wm. Hen. Hern of St. Austell, chemist.
Piece of land adj. Bell Inn on corner of Street leading into Kiln Lane late in occ. of Wm. Rowe then Jn. Rosevear.

[no title]  CF/1/368  1 Apr. 1829

Contents:
17 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Hodge of St. Austell, nurseryman.
Garden and nursery with 3 adj. gdns. near Kiln Lane.

[no title]  CF/1/369/1,2  24 Dec. 1861

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Sack Noy Scott of St. Austell attorney's clerk.
2 houses near National School in St. Austell late in occ. Chas. Gibson and Jane Ellery, near Kiln Lane.
Plan in margin.

Market Place.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/370  20 July 1785

Contents:
20 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jas. Merifield of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Building "or erection, as the same now is", lately consisting of 3 shops on r.h.s. of street from market-place to Tregonissey Lane, opposite the dwelling-house called Nankivel's, in occ. of Jas. M.

[no title]  CF/1/371  24 Feb. 1801

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jas. Hopwood of St. Austell, grocer.
House and shop near market-place formerly in occ. of Sam. Hopwood; liberty "to erect and set up stalls and standings there as has heretofore been done by occupiers for the purpose of exposing goods for sale".

[no title]  CF/1/372  20 Oct. 1799

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Machlen Parnall of St. Austell, saddler.
House and shop near market-place, late in occ. of Sam. Hendry then of Rich. Flamank.
Not to let anyone carry on business or trade of butcher, currier, tallow-chandler, tallow-melter, blacksmith or any nauseous or offensive business whatever without Mrs. Sawle's consent.

[no title]  CF/1/373  10 Apr. 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Merifield of St. Austell, mason.
Houses and shops, formerly one house and shop, near market-place late in occ. of Machlen Parnall (as above).
Within 2 years to carry out substantial improvements to the value of £300; all bills and receipts to be presented to Mrs. Sawle to show that money spent wisely.

Carthew's Tenement (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/374  20 Sep. 1799

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Walter Giles of St. Austell, tin blower.
2 houses and adj. gdns. in St. Austell, part of Carthew's tenement, in occ. of Nich. Rundle and Rich. Bond.

[no title]  CF/1/375  26 Aug. 1783

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Sam. Pentecost of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Culver meadow, part of Carthew's tenement near churchtown, bounded on e. with stamping mills.

[no title]  CF/1/376/1,2  1 May 1850

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 99 yrs. (also copy).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Stocker of St. Austell, ironmonger.
2 houses with outhouses, courtelage and gdn., part of Carthew's tenement.

Hodge's Tenement (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/377/1,2  10 May 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle, to Geo. Simmons of St. Austell, gent.
House and gdn. called Hodge's Tenement late in occ. of Thos. Julyan, then Walter Pomeroy.

[no title]  CF/1/378  1 Jan. 1819

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Geo. Simmons jun. of St. Austell, gent., to Phil. Ball of Mevagissey and Jas. Matthew Hamilton of St. Austell, merchants.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/379  30 Nov. 1825

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Phil. Wheeler of St. Austell, grocer, Thos. Peter of St. Austell, draper, Jn. Morris of Mevagissey, innkeeper, (assignees of estate of Phil, Ball of Mevagissey, merchant, bankrupt), Phil. Ball, and Morlands & Co., bankers, London, to Jn. Cory of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/380/1,2  11 Nov. 1850

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Glascott Vawdry of St. Austell, surgeon.
House, outhouses and garden called Hogde's Tenement late in occ. of Thos. Julyan, then Walter Pomeroy, then Geo. Simmons, then Thos. Coode; also gdn. late in occ. of Rich. Glanville.

Long's Court (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/381  4 Mar. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves to Wm. Hodge of St. Austell, labourer.
House in Long's Court in occ. of Sam. Hodge and Cath. Sweet.

[no title]  CF/1/382  4 Mar. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves to Oliver Kelly of St. Austell, mason.
House in Long's Court, now in occ. of Jn. Seccombe, Ann Bragge, Cath. Harding, Matilda Prior and Peter Hammer.

[no title]  CF/1/383  4 Mar. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves to Peter Hammer of St. Austell, weaver.
Cottage and gdn. in Long's Court.

[no title]  CF/1/384  1 May 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Ben. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo.
House in Long's Court in occ. of Jas. Curner.

Pound's Tenement (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/385/1,2  24 June 1748

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Wm. Lambe of St. Austell, surgeon.
House with adj. stable and cellar, and 1/3 of the pump and ½ the back-kitchen in the courtelage behind the house; free passage to come and go.
Also the town floor before the front of the house for the purpose of making and erecting stalls and standings for selling and exposing goods for sale in St. Austell markets and fairs; all late in occ. of Ann Hopwood; also field at head of Kiln Lane; part of Pound's Tenement.
Also surrender of lease of above property granted 1796 by Mary Sawle to Ben. Andrew, watchmaker, 5 Nov. 1810.

[no title]  CF/1/386  29 Sep. 1775

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, woolcomber.
2 houses, part of Pound's Tenement, late in occ. of Hugh Hewett and now of Rich. Nancollas and Jn. Courtenay.

[no title]  CF/1/387  7 Feb. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves to Jn. Williams Colenso of St. Austell, gent.
Pound's Tenement, i.e. stable with rooms over, and part of the gdn. and backlet late in occ. of Wm. Carthew, gent., then Geo. Lane Grant, surgeon.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/388  9 Feb. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves to Jn. Williams Colenso of St. Austell, gent.
Little Meadow, part of Pound's Tenement.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/389  14 Sep. 1842

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Crapp of St. Austell, carpenter.
House and carpenter's shop lately built by Sam. Annear, carpenter, on Little Meadow, with gdn. in front and yard on west; with 2 cottages on other side of road built by Sam. Annear, all formerly part of Pound's Tenement.

Vanson's Tenement (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/390  28 Sep. 1766

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Peter Crapp of St. Austell, surgeon.
House, garden and 3 meadows in St. Austell Moor known as Vanson's Tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/391  1 Nov. 1798

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Rich. Hewett of Fowey, watchmaker.
Vanson's tenement, late in occ. of Peter Crapp, surgeon.

Public Houses (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/392  1 Apr. 1816

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Nich. Trevanion Eveleigh of St. Austell, esq., and w. Josepha, and Eliz. Hopwood of St. Austell, spr.
Seven Stars in St. Austell, late in occ. of Chas. Cock, carpenter, then Wm. Phillips; also 2 houses on n. of Steven Stars; also house at corner of High Cross Street, and 2 houses in High Cross Street (all which 6 houses were built by Sam. Hopwood); also house and adj. bakehouse in occ. of Jn. Whitford, and 1 field and gdns. in Tregorrick.

[no title]  CF/1/393/1,2  8 Feb. 1844

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Annear of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Seven Stars Inn.

[no title]  CF/1/394  1 June 1821

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Bray of St. Austell, miner.
New Inn in St. Austell, with stables, brewhouse, outhouses, gdns., now in occ. of Joseph Nott; also blacksmith's shop adj., in occ. of Rich. Creeba; also house adj. inn, in occ. of Jenny Filkins; also stable adj. Jenny F.'s house; also walled garden adj., all late in occ. of Jas. Hockins.

[no title]  CF/1/395/1,2  31 Aug. 1836

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chris. Bennetts of St. Austell, wine and spirit merchant.
Cellar and office, stable and shed in St. Austell, (part of premises leased by Mary Sawle to Jn. Every in 1800); also 2 houses adj. to cellar, now in occ. of Joseph Phillips, next to Stag Inn.
Plan in margin.

Mills (Manors of St. Austell Prior; Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/396  17 June 1662

Contents:
31 year lease.
Hen. Seymour of St. Giles in the Fields, London, to Oliver Sawle, esq.
Tenement and water mill with appurtenances part of manor of St. Austell, belonging to late priory of Tywardreath, now annexed to the Duchy of Cornwall.

[no title]  CF/1/397  15 Feb. 1781

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle esq. to Geo. Geach of St. Austell, carpenter, and Paul Rabsey of Truro, miller.
2 water grist mills, with stable adj. old mill, one of the mills being known as Town Mills, in St. Austell, late in occ. of Wm. Allen, miller; other mill newly built by Jn. Sawle, with waste land behind new mill with gdn. adj. Town mill; also field near Carvath; field on Blowing-house Hill called Mill meadow.

[no title]  CF/1/398/1-3  17 Apr. 1858

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jas. Tucker of St. Austell miller.
2 water grist mills called Town Mills; also house and gdn. on Blowing-house Hill late in occ. of Wm. Williams; Saffron Meadow.
Also agreement for above lease, 1 Apr. 1858.

[no title]  CF/1/399  28 Sep. 1868

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Thos. Hitchins of St. Austell, miller.
2 water grist mills called Town Mills with out-buildings, smut machine, flour machine, hoisting gear and 3 pairs of stones in higher mill and one pair of stones in lower mill; also house and gdn. in Blowing-house Hill late in occ. of Jas. Tucker decd; also Saffron meadow (Manor of Penrice).
Good clauses concerning repair and maintenance of property.

[no title]  CF/1/400/1,2  20 Sep. 1778

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Walter Baker of St. Austell, clothier.
Fulling mill near Blowing-house Hill formerly an old house in occ. of Rob. Dawe, since converted into a fulling mill by Hen. Warne, decd., with use of stream running near the house for driving the wheel "as can be spared without prejudice to Jn. S.'s blowing house, grist mills and stamping mills". (Manor of Penrice).
Also "A detail of What Past wth Geo. Geach his servts & Edw. Lovey" in dispute concerning use of water, 1783.

[no title]  CF/1/401  10 July 1796

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jas. Telbert of St. Austell, tinner, on behalf of partners at Wheal Change, Carvath.
Tin stamping mills called Lane End mills; also stamping mill called Hall's Mill near workhouse, with liberty to use mills and water, and take water to Wheal Change to work engines (Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/402  14 Oct. 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Carne of St. Austell, gent.
Old Walls, formerly a tin stamping mill called the Undertown stamping mill, late in occ. of --- Warrick, with liberty to carry horizontal rods across and over waste lands of Carbean from Bunny engine to Bunny tin mine in St. Austell for drawing water from the mine. (Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/403  9 Nov. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Lukes of St. Austell, miller.
Piece of land on s. of road from Kiln Lane to workhouse, on part of which a tin stamping mill formerly stood, the residue being the mill place; with liberty to take and use water for operating a mill to be erected there that shall flow from Lane End stamping mills, making sufficient channels
To erect within 12 months a grist mill and dwelling-house and to spend £300, producing bills and receipts for inspection. (Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/404/1,2  12 Feb. 1847

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 99 yrs.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jacob Grigg of St. Ewe, miller.
Piece of ground on s. side of road from Kiln Lane to the old workhouse (Workhouse Lane), where a stamping mill formerly stood, with grist mill belonging there, lately erected by Wm. Lukes, with liberty to use for grist mill water flowing from Lane End tin stamping mills; also meadows.
Also agreement with Jonathan Pedlar of St. Austell, miller, to lease same premises, 11 Nov. 1847.

[no title]  CF/1/405  20 Aug. 1817

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jas. Matthew Hamilton of St. Austell, merchant.
Piece of land on n. of turnpike road to Truro, whereon lately stood a stamping-mill called Lane End mill, with mill place adj.
To spend £100 on rebuilding within 12 months, and to produce authenticated bills and receipts for inspection.

[no title]  CF/1/406  25 Mar. 1846

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Francis Hodge of St. Austell, ironfounder.
Piece of land on n. of turnpike road to Truro, on part of which used to stand Lane End Stamping Hill, the rest being the mill-place.
Endorsed "Lower Foundry".

[no title]  CF/1/407  20 Nov. 1847

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jonathan Pedlar of St. Austell, miller.
Piece of land on s. side of road from Kiln Lane to old parish workhouse, on part of which land a tin stamping mill formerly stood; also grist mill since erected by Wm. Lukes, with liberty to take necessary water from Lane End stamping mills; also 3 adj. meadows, all in occ. of Jacob Grigg.

[no title]  CF/1/408/1-8  1893

Contents:
Abstract of leasehold title.
Joseph Smith.
Grist mill at St. Austell (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jonathan Pedlar in 1847) as above.
Also correspondence.

Property near Baptist Chapel (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/409  1 Sep. 1832

Contents:
21 year lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle esq. to Ben. Andrews, draper, and Jn. Butcher, baker, both of St. Austell.
Parcel of land in St. Austell adj. turnpike from St. Austell to St. Austell Bridge, lying west of Baptists Chapel, late in occ. of Humphry Ivey.

[no title]  CF/1/410/1,2  13 Feb. 1857

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Trevarthen Pearce of St. Austell, surgeon.
Houses and gdn. near Baptist Chapel on old western turnpike, in occ. of Jn. Davey and Joseph Hankivel.

[no title]  CF/1/411  7 Oct. 1870

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Eliz. Parren Penrose Pearce, wid., and Rob. Pearce of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Lovering of St. Austell, merchant.
Piece of ground on union dwelling-houses formerly stood, near Baptist Chapel on old western turnpike, on part of which ground temporary stables are now erected, with space for a footway as arranged with St. Austell district Local Board, (leased to Jn. Trevarthen Pearce 1857) as above.

[no title]  CF/1/412  24 June 1853

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph [...] Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Stocker of St. Austell, ironmonger, and Jn. Seccombe of St. Austell, baker.
Piece of ground now a garden on w. side of Baptist (formerly Methodist) chapel.

[no title]  CF/1/413  15 Dec. 1865

Contents:
20 yr. lease.
Sir Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Edw. Stocker of St. Austell, clay merchant.
Piece of ground now gdn. on w. side of Baptist (formerly Methodist) chapel, with right of way to garden through chapel enclosure; also part of adj. field.

[no title]  CF/1/414/1,2  28 Nov. 1873

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Edw. Stocker of St. Austell, clay merchant.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/415/1,2  1873 (day and month not given)

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to St. Austell School Board.
House and gdn. in St. Austell late in occ. of Wm. Pearse; also houses near Baptist Chapel on old west turnpike road, late in occ. of Jn. Davey and Jos. Nankivel; also ground adj. for the purpose of building a public elementary school within the meaning of the Elementary Education Act 1870.
Plan on dorse.

Property adjoining workhouse (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/416  25 Sep. 1779

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jas. Stephens of St. Austell, tinner.
House on s.w. side of road from Kiln Lane to the workhouse late in occ. of Joseph Jacob.

[no title]  CF/1/417  20 Dec. 1780

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Rich. Julyan of St. Austell, yeo.
2 houses with adj. gdns. in lane from workhouse to Kiln Lane, late in occ. of Amos Drew, Sampson Long and Thos. Mellin, and bounded on s. with leat of Double Mills and on n. with road to Lane End Mills.

[no title]  CF/1/418  25 Mar. 1782

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Joseph Dingle jun. of St. Austell, yeo.
2 houses and gdns. in lane from workhouse to Kiln Lane late in occ. of Edw. Hodge and Wm. Varcoe.

[no title]  CF/1/419  13 July 1782

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Ann Hancock of St. Austell, wid.
Dwelling-house on the Rise or hill from St. Austell town to the workhouse on n. side of street, with orchard on s. side of street.

[no title]  CF/1/420  26 Dec. 1821

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Parsons of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House and gdn. in Workhouse Lane late in occ. of Jn. Carne.

[no title]  CF/1/421  1 Feb. 1833

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Phil. Trudgian of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House and adj. gdn. near workhouse.

[no title]  CF/1/422  20 July 1834

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Simons of St. Austell, retail brewer.
Cottage, gdn. and orchard in occ. of Grace Varcoe and Jas. Hose, with house and adj. outhouse in occ. of Wm. Francis; house adj. Wm. F.'s house, with outhouse and gdn. in occ. of Francis Hooper, all situated between Workhouse Lane and the Pentewan railroad.

[no title]  CF/1/423  14 Aug. 1837

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Hawkins of Bignor Park, Sussex, esq., to Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
Piece of ground lately marked out for building a dwelling-house at the northern terminal of the Pentewan railroad near the workhouse (leased by Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chris. Hawkins, 1827).

[no title]  CF/1/424/1,2  18 Apr. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hugh Kelly of St. Austell, mason.
2houses with adj. pigs'-house and waste plot opposite workhouse; also 2 gdns. on w. side of lane from St. Austell to Trevarrick.

[no title]  CF/1/425  18 May 1860

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Ann Kelly of St. Austell, wid., to Hugh Kelly of Devonport, cab proprietor.
2 cottages and adj. pigs'-house and waste plot opposite workhouse (leased by Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hugh Kelly, 1827), as above.

[no title]  CF/1/426  12 Oct. 1860

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Hugh Kelly of Devonport, cab proprietor, to Jn. Lawrence of Devonport, confectioner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/427/1,2  1 July 1870

Contents:
21 year lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Jn. Lovering of St. Austell, clay merchant.
Piece of land near workhouse late in occ. of Jn. Pedlar.

Property at the Watering (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/428  23 Nov. 1853

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Sam. Tozer of St. Austell, cordwainer.
Piece of land near the Watering on n. of road from St. Austell to Mount Charles, late in occ. of Wm. Bundle.

[no title]  CF/1/429/1,2  30 Sep. 1881

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Rich. Tyzzer of St. Austell, mason.
Piece of land near the Watering on n. of road from St. Austell to Mount Charles, late in occ. of Wm. Bundle then of Sam. Tyzzer.

[no title]  CF/1/430/1,2  30 May 1853

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Bawden of St. Austell, mason.
Piece of land near the Watering on n. side of road to Mount Charles, between road and railway.

[no title]  CF/1/431  19 Sep. 1854

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £107).
Jn. Bawden of St. Austell, mason, to Rob. Could Lakes of St. Austell, and Wm. Pease of Boconnoc, esq., trustees of the East Cornwall Benefit Building Society.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/432  17 Sep. 1855

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £240).
Jn. Bawden of St. Austell, mason, to Rob. Gould Lakes and Wm. Pease of Boconnoc, esqs., trustees of the East Cornwall Benefit Building Society.
Piece of land on which Jn. B. has erected 4 houses and is in process of building another 2, near the Watering (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/433  31 Mar. 1858

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Bawden of St. Austell, mason, to Reg. Green Bawden of Bugle, mason.
Piece of ground near the Watering with 4 dwelling-houses lately erected by Jn. B., with adj. gdns. (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/434  27 June 1859

Contents:
Assignment of remainder of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Bawden of Halvigan, mason, to Reg. Green Bawden of Bugle, in St. Austell, mason.
Piece of land near the Watering (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. B., 1853), with dwelling-house since erected there.

[no title]  CF/1/435  12 June 1863

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Reg. Green Bawden of Bugle, mason, to Wm. Hore of Hallivet, St. Austell, farmer.
Piece of land near the Watering on n. side of road to Mount Charles, with 10 houses built there in 1859.

[no title]  CF/1/436  29 May 1873

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Hore of Hallivet, St. Austell, farmer, to Wm. Browne of St. Austell, merchant.
Piece of ground near the Watering on n. side of road to Mount Charles, late in occ. of Sam. Vivian, where 10 houses have been erected.

[no title]  CF/1/437/1,2  11 May 1880

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jas. Thos. Browne of St. Austell, merchant, Eliz. Browne of Tavistock, merchant, Thos. Kinsman of St. Austell, accountant, Hen. Browne of St. Austell, merchant, Devon and Cornwall Banking Co., and Alfred Luke of Charlestown, merchant, to Sam. Benallack of St. Austell, farmer.
Piece of land near the Watering with 10 houses there, with right of way for occupiers to use pump in Wm. Blackmore's yard.
Also (attached): Assignment of above assignment by Sam. Benallack to Alfred Luke, 14 May 1880.

[no title]  CF/1/438  31 Dec. 1887

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease to create family settlement.
Wm. Browne of East House, St. Austell, merchant, to Jas. Thos. Browne of Ledrah House, St. Austell, merchant.
Piece of land on n. of road to Mount Charles late in occ. of Sam. Vivian then of Jn. Bawden, with 10 houses built there; also East House near the Watering with garden, vinery, greenhouse and shrubs; household furniture, plate, glass, linen, pictures, carriages, wines etc.

[no title]  CF/1/439  11 May 1880

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jas. Thos. Browne of St. Austell, merchant, Eliz. Browne of Tavistock, wid., Thos. Kinsman of St. Austell, accountant, Hen. Browne of St. Austell, merchant, Devon and Cornwall Banking Co., and Sam. Benallack of St. Austell, farmer, to Alfred Luke of Charlestown, merchant.
Field on n. of road to Mount Charles; Sam. Vivian's land near the Watering (leased by Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Browne, 1854).

St. Austell Bridge (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/440  20 Apr. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hen. Veall of St. Austell, wheelwright.
House and gdn. in occ. of Jas. Bonython; house late in occ. of Rich. Daniell, decd; smith's shop late in occ. of Walter Hockins with small yard and linhay; workshop, linhay and yard in occ. of Hen. Veall, all near St. Austell Bridge.

[no title]  CF/1/441  20 Nov. 1839

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Truscott of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of land adj. Pentewan railway, near old St. Austell Bridge, late in occ. of Jn. Lucas.

Trenance Bridge (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/442  20 Nov. 1839

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Major Boyle of St. Austell, gent.
Potato Plot near Trenance Bridge.

Trethowell Bridge.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/443  29 Sep. 1852

Contents:
Agreement to maintain bridge.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Hen. Lambe of Truro, esq.
Bridge leading into Trethowell Mill (lately erected by Hen. L. across river adj. St. Austell to Bodmin turnpike road, between lands of Joseph Sawle at Menacuddle and lands of Hen. Lambe at Trethowell), for a convenient passage from the turnpike road into Trethowell Mill.

Houses in St. Austell, various (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/444/1,2  20 Dec. 1762

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jn. Sawle to Grace Tremayne of Heligan, wid.
House and gdn. in St. Austell late in occ. of Jn. Nankivel, shopkeeper.

[no title]  CF/1/445  20 June 1769

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Cath. Rundle of St. Austell, spr.
House and gdn. in churchtown late in occ. of Wm. Jane.

[no title]  CF/1/446  24 June 1771

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Matthew Bennett of St. Austell, barker.
House adj. Patience Baker's gdn., opposite the great dung pool and Thos. Franklin's house.

[no title]  CF/1/447  29 Sep. 1777

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Bennett Mitchell of St. Austell, shopkeeper.
House late in occ. of Chas. Cock, joiner, with little house adj. called Eastlake's house and stable.

[no title]  CF/1/448  29 Sep. 1780

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jonah Isabell of St. Austell, grocer.
House and gdn. adj. house of Geo. Dugger.

[no title]  CF/1/449  8 Oct. 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Sam. Sprague of St. Austell, yeo.
2 houses with workshop, out-offices and gdn. late in occ. of Jonah Isabell, now in occ. of Geo. Soper.

[no title]  CF/1/450  29 Sep. 1780

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Thos. Julyan of St. Austell, gardener.
House and gdn. at w. end of town, in occ. of Wm. Phillips, Alex. Sterling and Peter Biddick.

[no title]  CF/1/451  20 Dec. 1780

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Ben. Davis of St. Austell, tinner.
2 houses and adj. gdns. late in occ. of Nich. Penhale and Thos. Rowse, on n. of road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/452  24 Dec. 1781

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Francis Polkinghorne of St. Austell, gent.
House, gdn. and stable late in occ. of Francis P. decd.

[no title]  CF/1/453  14 Apr. 1783

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle, spr., to Thos. Hockins of St. Austell, blacksmith.
House and gdn. at e. end of town bounded on n. with turnpike from St. Austell to Lostwithiel and on s. with Tin Pitt meadow.

[no title]  CF/1/454  25 Mar. 1784

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Oliver Nancolas of St. Austell, shopkeeper.
House and waste plot at w. end of town late in occ. of Wm. Ham.

[no title]  CF/1/455  3 Sep. 1785

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Patience Baker of St. Austell, wid.
House, stable and gdns. formerly called Luggars.

[no title]  CF/1/456  25 Mar. 1786

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Truscott of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House and little gdn. adj. turnpike road at w. end of town, in occ. of Jas. Bone.

[no title]  CF/1/457/1,2  20 Apr. 1793

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Mary Sawle to Ben. Andrew of St. Austell, watchmaker.
House late in occ. of Ben. A. (Ben. A.'s father), with stable and part of back-kitchen, with use of pump behind house.

[no title]  CF/1/458  16 Nov. 1801

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Joseph Geach of St. Austell, yeo.
House, stable and gdn. at w. end of town late in occ. of Sam. Pentecost then Wm. Pentecost.

[no title]  CF/1/459  29 May 1815

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Perrow of St. Austell, peruke-maker.
House and shop adj., lately erected by Wm. P.

[no title]  CF/1/460  30 Sep. 1820

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Drew of St. Austell, mason.
House, workshops, outhouses and gdns. late in occ. of Sampson Wills then Thos. Avard.

[no title]  CF/1/461  21 Feb. 1821

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hen. Hennah of Arundel Street, London, gent., and Edm. Hennah of St. Austell, printer.
House and gdn. in St. Austell in occ. of Cath. Carveth.
(Printed lease form).

[no title]  CF/1/462  20 Oct. 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Rowse of St. Austell, cordwainer.
Stable in occ. of Jas. Hawke, adj. Jn. R.'s house.

[no title]  CF/1/463  20 Mar. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Phillips of St. Mewan, miner.
House late in occ. of Geo. Baker then Nath. Woolcock, Jn. Hawk and Wm. Long.

[no title]  CF/1/464  1 Nov. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Phil. Wheeler of St. Austell, grocer
2 houses late in occ. of Hugh Hewitt, then Rich. Nancollas, Jn. Courtenay and Wm. Flamank.

[no title]  CF/1/465/1,2  1 May 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Phil. Wheeler of St. Austell, grocer.
2 houses and adj. gdns. (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/466  15 Mar. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Browne of St. Austell, gent.
House, stable and gdn. now in occ. of Jn. B. and Jn. Blackmore, surgeon.

[no title]  CF/1/467  12 Apr. 1842

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Mary Elfrida Browne of St. Austell, wid.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/468/1,2  1 May 1825

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Parsons of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House late in occ. of Edw. Merifield.

[no title]  CF/1/469  1 Sep. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Drew of St. Austell, mason.
Houses now being erected at expense of Jn. D., also adj. houses now in occ. of Jn. Kellow.
Within 2 years to complete houses, and take down Jn. Kellow's house and rebuild on same site a good and substantial dwelling-house, the s.w. [...] wall to be of stone, the roof slate.

[no title]  CF/1/470/1,2  1 Sep. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Parsons of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House lately erected at Rich. P.'s expense, now in occ. of Wm. Walkom.

[no title]  CF/1/471  30 Sep. 1828

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Joseph Rundle of St. Austell, cordwainer.
Dung pools late in occ. of Thos. Snell.
Condition to build house with stone walls and slate roof.

[no title]  CF/1/472  20 Aug. 1829

Contents:
19 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chas. Harns of St. Austell, carpenter.
House and adj. gdn. in occ. of Eliz. Easterbrook, with house and adj. meadow in occ. of Edw. Lee, adj. turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/473/1,2  30 Sep. 1831

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Ann Daniel of St. Austell, wid.
House in occ. of Jn. Nancollas, hatter.

[no title]  CF/1/474/1,2  15 Aug. 1833

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Symons of St. Austell, retail beer seller.
House on e. side of turnpike from St. Austell to Truro and adj. gdn. late in occ. of Jn. Giles.

[no title]  CF/1/475  30 July 1869

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Symons of St. Austell, farmer, to Edm. Clemo of St. Mewan, carpenter.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/476  10 Sep. 1875

Contents:
Lease for life.
Sir Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Fanny Clemo of St. Austell, spr.
House on e. side of old turnpike road from St. Austell to Truro with adj. gdn. late in occ. of Jn. Giles then Wm. Bone.

[no title]  CF/1/477  29 Sep. 1836

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Dogde of St. Austell, draper.
House and shop with adj. gdn., all late in occ. of Jn. Every.

[no title]  CF/1/478  29 Sep. 1836

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Bastin of St. Austell, druggist.
House and shop late in occ. of Jn. Every.

[no title]  CF/1/479  29 Sep. 1838

Contents:
12 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Medland of Liskeard, brewer, and Wm. Medland of St. Austell, druggist.
House and shop late in occ. of Edw. Bastin, and formerly held by Jn. Every.

[no title]  CF/1/480  30 Dec. 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Luke of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House and gdn. late in occ. of Peter Rowse; also house adj. late in occ. of Wm. Cock.
Within 2 years to build 2 houses with stone walls and slate roof (plans and elevations in margin).

[no title]  CF/1/481  24 Sep. 1842

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Merifield of St. Austell, mason.
2 houses lately built at expense of Jn. M. on s. of new turnpike road to Truro, in occ. of Wm. Merifield and Edm. Bronwe.

[no title]  CF/1/482/1,2  3 Sep. 1847

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chris. Merifield of St. Austell, yeo.
House and gdn. late in occ. of Wm. Pearse.

[no title]  CF/1/483  19 Apr. 1850

Contents:
Agreement to grant new lease for 99 yrs.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Stocker of St. Austell, ironmonger.
Property in St. Austell, (leased by Mary Sawle to Walter Giles in 1799).

Offices and shops (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/484  1 Sep. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hen. Lewarne of St. Austell, currier.
House now in occ. of Lydia Rosevear; also part of gdn, with pigs' house, privy and stable, and part of an Assay Office now in occ. of Hen. Lewarne.

[no title]  CF/1/485  6 Jan. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Rosevear of St. Austell, baker.
House and bakehouse.

[no title]  CF/1/486/1,2  14 Aug. 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Parsons of St. Austell, cordwainer.
House and bakehouse late in occ. of Wm. Rosevear.

[no title]  CF/1/487/1,2  27 Apr. 1841

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle and Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Hugh Biddick of St. Austell, baker.
House with adj. bakehouse, stable and piggery.

[no title]  CF/1/488  27 Dec. 1851

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Peter Biddick of St. Austell, yeo., to Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
House with bakehouse, stable and piggery late in occ. of Hugh Biddick, with free egrees and ingress through the common passage leading to the premises from High Cross Street (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/489  30 Nov. 1763

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Thos. Franklin of St. Austell, carpenter.
Waste piece of land in St. Austell bounded on n. with bakehouse and on s. with great dung pool.
To build house within 2 years "as large as the premises will admit of", leaving "a proper and convenient path or footway to Martha Rosevear's garden; leaving a proper channel for the water and wash of the said town of St. Austell to run into the dung pool, and not to prevent the dung from running into the pool as it has usually done."

[no title]  CF/1/490  3 May 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Long of St. Austell, blacksmith.
House and blacksmith's shop.

[no title]  CF/1/491  24 June 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jane Ough of St. Austell, wid.
House formerly a blacksmith's shop at w. end of St. Austell late in occ. of Rob. Rowe, blacksmith, then Sam. Pentecost.

[no title]  CF/1/492  8 Oct. 1829

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Parsons of St. Austell, cordwainer.
2 houses and smith's shop formerly called the New House in occ. of Jn. Long and Jas. Kelly.

[no title]  CF/1/493  8 Oct. 1846

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Crapp of St. Austell, carpenter.
House and carpenter's shop built by Sam. Annear, carpenter, on Little Meadow in St. Austell, with gdn., backlet and yard; also 2 cottages opposite gdn., also built by Sam. Annear, formerly part of Pound's tenement (q.v.).

[no title]  CF/1/494  9 June 1783

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Roberts of St. Austell, victualler.
House, stables, gdns. and Bedlam Chamber adj., late in occ. of Rob. Nicholls.

[no title]  CF/1/495  9 July 1851

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Mary Pengelly of St. Austell, wid.
House adj. St. Austell churchyard.

[no title]  CF/1/496  10 Feb. 1800

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Every of St. Austell, tallow-chandler.
House, stable and little gdn., also gdn. formerly part of Rack Park, now in occ. of Jn. E. and Macklen Parnall.

[no title]  CF/1/497/1,2  10 Jan. 1838

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jas. Bennetts of St. Austell, wine and spirit merchant.
Cellar with office, stable and shed late in occ. of Chris. Bennetts (leased by Mary Sawle to Jn. Every, 1800); house adj. cellar, erected by Chris. B. on site of 2 cottages (leased by Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chris. B., 1836).

[no title]  CF/1/498  9 Aug. 1858

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Carteret Chas. Price of St. Austell, wine merchant, David Hart and Lemon Hart of Tower Hill, London, wine merchants, to Joseph Graves Sawle of Penrice.
Cellar with office, stable, shed and courtelage late in occ. of Chris. Bennetts (leased by Mary Sawle to Jn. Every, 1800); also 2 houses adj. cellar late in occ. of Jos. Phillips (leased by Jn. Sawle to Matthew Bennett, 1771).

Fields and land (Manors of Penrice and Trenance).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/499  1 Apr. 1820

Contents:
12 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Guy of St. Austell, butcher.
Martyn's field
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/500  2 Feb. 1838

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Crossman of St. Austell, butcher.
Martyn's field; Nich. Hawken's fields.
Good husbandry clause.

[no title]  CF/1/501  6 May 1840

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Geak of St. Austell, miner.
Good Fortune park alias Yonder Town late in occ. of Rob. Martyn.
Within 12 months to build house with stone walls and slated roof.

[no title]  CF/1/502  1 Apr. 1881

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Sir Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Hen. Wm. Higman of St. Austell, merchant.
Good Fortune park alias Yonder Town late in occ. of Jacob Allen, with adj. house and gdn.

[no title]  CF/1/503  10 June 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Mary Stripp of St. Austell, wid., and s. Thos. S. of St. Austell, carpenter.
The Strawberry garden adj. Turnpike road.
Within 18 months to build house; back and side walls to be of stone laid in lime and sand, the front of stone noggin; roof of slate.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/504  1 Aug. 1709

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Hen. Hawkins of St. Austell, gent.
½ acre of land, part of manor of Trenance, part of the west field.
(Manor of Trenance).

[no title]  CF/1/505  7 Dec. 1821

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Carne of St. Austell, yeo.
Field called outer park late in occ. of Wm. Walkey.
Good husbandry clauses (very detailed).
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/506  11 June 1847

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Shilson of St. Austell, gent.
Culver meadow on s. side of new western turnpike of Truro, in occ. of Jn. Hodge, ironfounder.

[no title]  CF/1/507  25 Mar. 1785

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Bennett Trudgeon of St. Austell, carpenter.
Garden called Esterbrooks on w. side of Dung Pool rented by Rob. Harding; also waste plot on r.h.s. of road to Tregorrick.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/508  14 Oct. 1853

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Browne of St. Austell, mine agent.
Jn. Lovering's field on n. side of road from St. Austell to Mount Charles.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/509  14 Oct. 1854

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Browne of St. Austell, mine agent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/510/1,2  1852 (day and month not given)

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Perry of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of waste land between Trethowell and the river.

[no title]  CF/1/511  25 Mar. 1786

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Dav. Price of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Field on r.h.s. of road to Tregonissey late in occ. of Jonah Isabell.

[no title]  CF/1/512  1 Mar. 1784

Contents:
14 yr 21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Bennett Michell of St. Austell, brazier.
Garden adj. Jn. Roberts' house.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/513  25 July 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Carlyon, a poor labouring man, of St. Austell.
Piece of uncultivated ground on w. side of road to Mevagissey immediately opposite Jn. Higman's moor.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/514  18 May 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Francis of St. Austell, yeo.
Plot of waste land adj. road from St. Austell to the London Apprentice bounded on s. with lane to Trewhiddle.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/515  1 Dec. 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Walter Hockins of St. Austell, blacksmith.
Orchard and waste spot of land bounded on n. with turnpike road to Truro, now in occ. of Jas. Bonython.
Within 2 years to build stone dwelling-house.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/516  1 Apr. 1816

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Nich. Trevanion Eveleigh of St. Austell, esq., and w. Josepha, and Eliz. Hopwood of St. Austell, spr., to Chas. Rasheligh of Duporth, esq.
Small spot of land behind 2 houses in occ. of Jn. Glanvill and Mary Prater (leased by Mary Sawle to Sam. Hopwood, 1786).

[no title]  CF/1/517  7 May 1847

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Hodge of St. Austell, gardener.
Piece of land used as nursery ground on n. side of new western turnpike from St. Austell to Truro, late in occ. of Wm. Pentecost.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/518  1785-1840

Contents:
Abstract of title to leasehold premises.
Geo. Geach of Bodmin.
Fields leased by Sawles: near Blowing-house lane in Well Meadow, with house built there before 1814; with field adj. turnpike road, near the almshouse and reservoir and Joseph Geach's house.

[no title]  CF/1/519  31 Jan. 1851

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 7 yrs.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Breen of Charlestown, carpenter.
4 fields in St. Austell, part of Park Matthews.

Land at the Bull Ring (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/520  1 Aug. 1785

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Sam. Johns of St. Austell, tailor.
House adj. churchyard near the Bull Ring, late in occ. of Jn. Pearce, tailor.

[no title]  CF/1/521  8 Feb. 1844

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Biddick Kellow of St. Austell, carrier.
House, smith's shop, carpenter's shop and shed all lately erected by Wm. B. K.; also 2 cottages and stables in the yard behind the house near the Bull Ring.

Wrestling green (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/522/1,2  24 June 1841

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to the Corporation of the Governor and Company of Copper Mines in England.
Piece of the common called the Wrestling Green.
Within 12 months to build convenient buildings for receiving and assaying tin, with requisite offices adj.; walls of stone, roofs of Delabole slate.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/523/1,2  13 Feb. 1852

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Trethewy of St. Austell, carpenter.
Piece of land, part of wrestling green.
Freedom of access for Sawles, their men, carts, horses and carriages at all times.

[no title]  CF/1/524  3 Dec. 1885

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Sam. Hicks of Bodmin, gent., to Wm. Cock Phillips of St. Austell, ship owner.
Piece of land, part of wrestling green (leased by Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Trethewy, 1852).

Sedgemoor (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/525/1,2  30 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Roe of St. Austell, innkeeper.
Piece of land, part of field called Sedgemoor adj. road from St. Austell to Blowing-house Hill, for Wm. R. to build a stone house, within 12 months.

[no title]  CF/1/526  30 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle and Jn. Lovering of St. Austell, grocer to Matthew Bray of St. Mewan, miner.
Piece of land for Matthew B. to build on, part of the Sedgemoor adj. road from St. Austell to Blowing-house Hill; to erect stone house within 12 months.

[no title]  CF/1/527  5 Oct. 1832

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Martin of St. Austell, gent.
The Sedgemoors.

St. Austell moor (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/528/1,2  31 Mar. 1789

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Mary Sawle to Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, gent.
2 houses and 2 adj. herb gardens, formerly one house and gdn., and a plot of ground formerly called the Bowling Green in St. Austell Moor (out of which the plot was enclosed); also piece of land adj. Culver Meadow, all late in occ. of Nath. Gummoe.

[no title]  CF/1/529  1 June 1793

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £130).
Thos. Hockins of St. Austell, blacksmith, to Jn. Parnall of St. Austell, tinner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/530  19 Nov. 1792

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, merchant.
2 pieces of newly-enclosed land, Lower and Middle Moor, part of St. Austell Moor.

[no title]  CF/1/531  1 Aug. 1803

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Dorothy Vercoe of St. Austell, spr.
Cottage, gdn. and orchard in St. Austell Moor on n. of road to Lane End Mills.

[no title]  CF/1/532  9 Nov. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jas. Vivian of St. Austell, carpenter.
House and gdn. in St. Austell Moor near road from St. Austell to Truro, late in occ. of Thos. Dawe.

[no title]  CF/1/533  1 Oct. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Geo. Dawe of St. Austell, labourer.
Cottage and gdn. in St. Austell Moor late in occ. of Thos. Dawe.

[no title]  CF/1/534  31 Jan. 1821

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Daniel of St. Austell, yeo.
House in St. Austell Moor with outhouses, orchards and gdns., late in occ. of Jn. Carne, now of Rich. Retallack Hodge and Nich. Daniell.

[no title]  CF/1/535  21 Dec. 1835

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Ben. Drew Julyan of St. Austell, hatter.
Cottage and gdn. with orchard in St. Austell Moor, late in occ. of Wm. Rosevear.

[no title]  CF/1/536  6 Oct. 1843

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Biddick Kellow of St. Austell, carrier.
4 fields, formerly part of St. Austell fore downs, late in occ. of Rich. Warrick.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/537  20 Sep. 1861

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Sam. Treverton of St. Austell, labourer.
Old cottage, gdn. and orchard in St. Austell Moor late in occ. of Jonathan Pedlar.

[no title]  CF/1/538  24 June 1861

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Peter Clymo of Liskeard, mine agent.
Piece of land in St. Austell Moor adj. gasworks.
Plan in margin.

Barbalingey (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/539  2 Dec. 1818

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Stephens of St. Austell, yeo.
Congdon's tenement alias Barbalingey.
Good husbandry clauses.

Biscovellack (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/540/1,2  3 July 1828

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Joseph Hambly of St. Austell, yeo.
Piece of land part of Down Park called Biscovellack Down Park, part of Biscovellack, lately fenced in by Joseph H.
Also surrender of 12 yr. lease, 24 June 1828.

[no title]  CF/1/541/1,2  22 Feb. 1854

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Nicholls of St. Austell, yeo.
Biscovellack.

[no title]  CF/1/542/1,2  1857 (day and month not given)

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Hen. Stephens of St. Austell, victualler.
Biscovellack.

Blackhead (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/543  1 June 1802

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Geo. Geach jun. of St. Austell, hatter.
"Outer Hill", alias "Spare and painful", part of Pearce's tenement; also the Drinnick, part of waste lands of Tewington; the Blackhead, waste lands of Tewington; all which lands have been enclosed by Geo. G. and converted into a rabbit warren.
Geo. G. to deliver in season to Mary Sawle at Penrice "a couple of good rabbits" each week for 6 weeks, she to return skins to Geo. G.

Bojea (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/544  19 June 1719

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Jas. Mumford of St. Austell, tinner.
Land called Vanson's plot adj. Higher Bojea.

[no title]  CF/1/545  24 June 1784

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Edw. Blackmore of St. Austell, customs officer.
Tenement called Colchester near Bojea, with house erected there by Jn. Edyvean, gent., decd.

[no title]  CF/1/546  1 Dec. 1796

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Hen. Geach of St. Austell, tinblower.
Water grist mill called Bojea mill on Bojea moor, late in occ. of Rich. Julyan then of Jn. Kendall.

[no title]  CF/1/547  2 Feb. 1838

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Hen. Cory of St. Austell, miller.
Water grist mill called Bojea mill and house adj., with outhouses and fields.

[no title]  CF/1/548  20 May 1816

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Nich. King of St. Austell, yeo.
Lower tenement at Bojea, late in occ. of Chris. Parnall.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/549  30 Sep. 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Thomas of St. Austell, a poor labouring man.
Piece of waste ground for Jn. T. to enclose, part of Bojee common.

[no title]  CF/1/550  1 Mar. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. and Joseph Warrick, miners, and Rich. W., yeo., all of St. Austell.
Moffard's tenement alias Mount Stamper at Bojea.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/551  1 May 1829

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Hooper of St. Mewan, blacksmith.
Blacksmith's shop lately erected at expense of Rich. H. with adj. piece of land to be enclosed by Rich. H., part of Bojea common.

[no title]  CF/1/552  19 Sep. 1851

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Thomas of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of land enclosed by Jn. T. from part of Bojea Common.

[no title]  CF/1/553  8 May 1855

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jonathan Hooper of St. Austell, blacksmith.
Piece of land enclosed by Jonathan H. out of Bojea commons on w. side of Bojea barrow.

[no title]  CF/1/554  21 Jan. 1857

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Joseph Vivian of St. Austell, stonemason.
Piece of waste ground part of Bojea common adj. farms of Newton, Little Ruddle and Barbalingey.

[no title]  CF/1/555  1 Apr. 1859

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Hancock.
2 acres of waste land now being enclosed by Wm. H. from Bojea common near Bojea Barrow.

[no title]  CF/1/556  20 Aug. 1866

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Sam. Williams of St. Austell.
Piece of ground part of Bojea common, bounded on n. with Newton and Little Ruddle, on w. with Barbalingey and on e. with Carclaze leat, late in occ. of Joseph Vivian.

[no title]  CF/1/557  1 June 1877

Contents:
Lease for life.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Sam. Williams of St. Austell.
Piece of land part of Bojea common bounded on n. with Ruddle and Newton farms, on w. with Barbalingey.

Carbean (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/558  1 Nov. 1791

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Nicholls of St. Austell, tinner.
Tenement in Carbean late in occ. of Jas. Couch; meadows, part of Wm. Rosevear's tenement at Carbean, with dwelling-house built there; also old walls on adj. moor.

[no title]  CF/1/559  1 Aug. 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Hancock of St. Austell, yeo.
Great Carbean, i.e. house, outhouses, gdn. and fields.

[no title]  CF/1/560/1,2  26 Mar. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jacob Allen of St. Austell, tinner.
Cottage and garden at Carbean on n. of road through village, in occ. of Jacob Allen and Matthew Coom.

[no title]  CF/1/561  1 Oct. 1823

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Hore of St. Austell, tinner.
Cottages, gdns. and 5 fields (names) at Carbean on s. of lane through village, late in occ. of Jn. Hooper.
Within 12 months to take down end of cottage in occ. of Jn. Hooper and rebuild with stone laid in lime, and put new slate roof, plastered with sand and lime against the pin; also to convert Edw. Pascoe's cottage into a barn.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/562  1 Nov. 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Hore of St. Austell, tinner.
House, outbuildings and 5 fields in Carbean on s. of lane through village, late in occ. of Jn. Hooper.

Carclaze.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/563  26 Sep. 1754

Contents:
31 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jn. Parnell of St. Austell, tinner.
2 stamping mills called Higher and Lower Mill on Curclase Common, near the foot of Carclase Tye, with liberty for Jn. P. to carry to the mills all the tinstuff lying on the heaps or burrows near Carclase Ball, and to stamp, work and dress it.

Carvath (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

Houses.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/564  2 Aug. 1772

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Bennett Trudgian of St. Austell, carpenter.
Property at Carvath late in occ. of Jn. Warrick.

[no title]  CF/1/565  9 June 1783

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle spr. to Wm. Rosevear of St. Austell, baker.
Old walls and 2 gdns. late in occ. of Jasper Brenton, decd., now Matthew Searle.

[no title]  CF/1/566  31 Aug. 1817

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Warne of St. Austell, miner.
2 cottages and gdns. at Carvath late in occ. of Jn. Watts.

[no title]  CF/1/567  29 Sep. 1747

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Geo. Carhart of Roche, mason.
2 houses and gdns. in Carvath late in occ. of Jn. Penhale and Alice Husband.

[no title]  CF/1/568  18 Apr. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Merifield of St. Austell, mason.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/569/1,2  31 July 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Guy of St. Austell, butcher.
Houses and gdns. at Carvath now in occ. of Matthew Searle, Jas. Pearce, Thos. Bone and Peter Penhale.

[no title]  CF/1/570  12 Apr. 1843

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 70 yrs.
Chas. Guy of St. Austell, labourer, Gideon Guy of St. Austell, butcher, Jane Minear of St. Austell, wid., and Rich. Glanville of Cardiff, engineer, to Thos. Hicks of St Austell, mason
Property as above

[no title]  CF/1/571/1,2  10 Feb. 1844

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Hicks of St. Austell, mason.
Cottages at Carvath in occ. of Rob. Lukes, Hen. Hick, Wm. Blee and the widow Moyle.

[no title]  CF/1/572/1,2  1 June 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle, Jn. Lovering, grocer, Rich. Parsons, cordwainer, and Walter Giles, victualler, all of St. Austell, to Stephen Benallack of St. Austell, cordwainer.
Piece of land to be built on by Stephen B. at Carvath, late in occ. of Walter Giles, on s. side of turnpike road to Lostwithiel.
Within 12 months to build house with stone walls.

[no title]  CF/1/573  21 Mar. 1878

Contents:
Surrender of assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Fanny Eliz. Scott of St. Austell, wid., to Chas. Brune Graves Sawle.
Property as above, now built on by Stephen Benallack.

Fields and building land.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/574  20 July 1800

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Carne of St. Austell, engineer.
House lately built by Jas. Williams, excise officer, in lane from St. Austell to Carvath now in occ. of Jn. Marshall, gent.

[no title]  CF/1/575  7 Jan. 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Browne of St. Austell, gent.
House lately built by Jas. Williams near lane from St. Austell town to Carvath, late in occ. of Jn. Marshall.

[no title]  CF/1/576/1,2  30 Sep. 1885

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Wm. Jas. Tredinnick of St. Austell, accountant.
House built by Jas. Williams, with adj. gdn., late in occ of Jn. Browne decd.

[no title]  CF/1/577  3 May 1815

Contents:
11 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Geo. Tallack of St. Austell, innkeeper.
King's meadow at Carvath, late in occ. of Eliz. Graves, wid.

[no title]  CF/1/578  1 Apr. 1818

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Edm. Hennah of St. Austell, printer.
Long Close at Carvath late in occ. of Thos. Hancock, also gdn. adj. Kiln Lane.

[no title]  CF/1/579  10 Apr. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Julyan of St. Austell, victualler.
King's meadow and Long Close, also field adj. Kiln Lane.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/580  26 Feb. 1875

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Francis Wm. Gregory of St. Austell, hotel keeper.
Kings meadow adj. lane from Carvath to St. Austell, bounded on s. with Watering Lane; Shoulder-of-mutton meadow, with buildings there, late in occ. of Rob. Dunn.

[no title]  CF/1/581  2 Aug. 1772

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jas. Williams of St. Austell, excise officer.
Field near lane from St. Austell to Carvath, now in occ. of Thos. Franklin.
Within 2 years to build good house there.

[no title]  CF/1/582  8 June 1646

Contents:
Assignment of 78 yr. term.
Jn. Hicks of Trevithick, gent., to Oliver Sawle of Penrice.
Fields in Carvath (Polpitt park etc.)

[no title]  CF/1/583  2 Oct. 1756

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Rich. Whitford of St. Austell, tinner.
Growden's Down field now in 2 fields, on n. side of Carvath Lane.

[no title]  CF/1/584  1 Dec. 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Merrifield of St. Austell, mason.
Mill Meadow in Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/585  1 Jan. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Higman of St. Austell, miner.
Cottages on s. side of lane from Carvath to Porthpean, with gdns. in front; also fields at Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/586  1 Feb. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Paul of St. Austell, wheelwright.
Small meadow near Carvath.
Within 2 years to build house with stone walls and slate roof.
Plan and elevation on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/587  20 Aug. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Walter Giles of St. Austell, victualler.
Garden adj. Kiln Lane late in occ. of Jn. Rosevear, with 2 fields at Carvath; field adj. Castle Park near turnpike from St. Austell to Lostwithiel.

[no title]  CF/1/588/1,2  25 Sep. 1863

Contents:
7 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Joseph Taylor of St. Austell, postman.
2 fields near Carvath late in occ. of Jn. Borrows.

[no title]  CF/1/589  18 May 1866

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Sack Noy Scott of St. Austell, scrivener.
Field near Carvath (tithe no. 494).

[no title]  CF/1/590  26 Feb. 1856

Contents:
Lease for life.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Paul of St. Austell, wheelwright.
Small meadow near Carvath with dwelling-houses which Wm. P. lately erected there, commonly called Paul's Square.

Carvath Lane.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/591  1 Mar. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Williams of St. Austell, "a poor or labouring man".
Piece of waste ground on e. of lane from Carvath to St. Austell-Lostwithiel turnpike.

[no title]  CF/1/592  17 Aug. 1824

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rich. Williams of St. Austell, miner, to Jn. Gibson of St. Austell, yeo.
North part of piece of land on e. side of lane from Carvath to the St. Austell-Lostwithiel turnpike (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/593  22 Feb. 1840

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rich. Williams of St. Austell, mine agent, and Jn. Gibson of St. Austell, yeo., to Thos. Hitchens of St. Austell, tallow-chandler.
2 houses and adj. stable built on ground (as above) at Carvath.

[no title]  CF/1/594/1,2  1887 (day and month not given)

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Joseph Smith of Broad Street, Truro.
Piece of land at Carvath, part of waste land leased by Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Williams in 1824 (as above).

Carwallen (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/595  9 Aug. 1854

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Daniel of St. Austell, miner.
Part of Lower Down Park, part of Carwallen, with 2 houses built there; also piece of land enclosed by Jn. D. out of Down Park.

[no title]  CF/1/596  11 Aug. 1871

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease
Jn. Daniel of St. Austell, miner, to Wm. Best of Mount Charles, farmer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/597  27 Sep. 1872

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Best of Carwallen, St. Austell, farmer, to Felix Kent of Roche, farmer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/598  6 Mar. 1874

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Felix Kent of Carwallen, farmer, to Wm. Best of St. Austell, farmer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/599  17 Oct. 1878

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Best of Carwallen, farmer, to Sam. Salter Truscott of St. Austell, draper and grocer.
Property as above; also house and carpenter's shop erected there.

[no title]  CF/1/600  11 Aug. 1893

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Sam. Salter Truscott of Gloucester, grocer, to Wm. Rosevear of St. Austell, draper.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/601  20 Aug. 1894

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Rosevear of St. Austell, draper, to Fred. Augustus Coon of St. Austell, mercer.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/602/1,2  1 Dec. 1836

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle, and Rich. Warrick of St. Austell, yeo., to Jas. Andrew of St. Austell, sawyer.
Piece of land lately enclosed by Jas. A. out of Down Park at Carwallen.
Within 12 months to build house.

[no title]  CF/1/603  29 Sep. 1837

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £32).
Jas. Andrew of St. Austell, sawyer, to Jn. Elvins of St. Ewe, yeo.
Property as above, with buildings erected there.

[no title]  CF/1/604  3 Mar. 1865

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Thos. Minear of St. Austell, yeo.
Part of Carwallen.

[no title]  CF/1/605  27 Aug. 1875

Contents:
17 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Thos. Minear of St. Austell, yeo.
Property as above.

Cocksburrow (Manor of Trenance).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/606  17 Jan. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hen. Elvins Pinch, a poor and labouring man of St. Austell.
½ piece of uncultivated ground to be enclosed out of Cocksburrow Common.

[no title]  CF/1/607  20 July 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Hancock of St. Austell, a poor labouring man.
½ piece of land to be enclosed by Thos. H. out of Cocksburrow Common.

[no title]  CF/1/608  16 Sep. 1836

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Grose of St. Dennis, a poor or labouring man.
½ piece of waste land to be enclosed by Jn. G., part of Cocksburrow Common, adj. piece of land to be enclosed by Thos. Grose.

Gewans (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/609  30 Sep. 1824

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Jn. Drew of St. Austell, mason.
Little Gewans in St. Austell late in occ. of Nich. Rogers.

Greensplat (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/610  20 Feb. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Edw. Hooper of St. Austell, "a poor labouring man."
½ piece of waste ground to be enclosed by Edw. H., adj. highway from St. Austell to Roche, part of Greensplat Common.

Gunheath (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/611  29 Sep. 1750

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Wm. and John Hooper of St. Austell, tinners, sons of Phil. H. decd.
Gonheath, late in occ. of Phil. Hooper.

[no title]  CF/1/612  20 Nov. 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jonathan Hooper of St. Austell, yeo.
Gonheath.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/613  1 Sep. 1816

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jonathan Hooper of St. Austell, yeo., and Joseph Sawle Sawle, to Joshua Thomas of Roche, yeo.
Piece of land to be enclosed by Joshua T. part of Gonheath, now in occ. of Jonathan H.
Condition: to build house.

[no title]  CF/1/614  10 July 1841

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jonathan Hooper of St. Austell, yeo.
Part of Gunheath.

[no title]  CF/1/615  30 Sep. 1848

Contents:
21 yr. lease (copy).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Hancock of St. Austell, yeo.
Gunheath late in occ. of Jonathan Hooper.
Good husbandry clauses on p.2.

[no title]  CF/1/616  29 Sep. 1853

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Hen. Wm. Higman of St. Austell, merchant.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/617/1,2  6 Nov. 1860

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/618  29 Sep. 1880

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/619/1,2  16 July 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Stephen Symons, a poor labouring man of St. Austell.
Piece of uncultivated land lately marked out for Stephen S. to enclose, part of Gonheath Commons.

[no title]  CF/1/620  8 Mar. 1851

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £52).
Stephen Symons of St. Austell, mining agent, to Rob. Gould Lakes and Francis Polkinhorne Pascoe, esqs., trustees of East Cornwall Benefit Building Society.
Property as above, with house built there.

[no title]  CF/1/621  30 July 1852

Contents:
Further Charge for £28.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/622  31 Mar. 1854

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Stephen Symons of St. Austell, mining agent, to Jn. Hancock of St. Austell, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/623  2 Apr. 1887

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Jn. Hore of St. Austell, yeo., and Jn. Hooper of California, miner, to Rich. Richards of St. Austell, merchant.
Property as above, with houses erected there.

Hallaze (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/624  28 Sep. 1864

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rob. Martyn of St. Austell.
House and farm lands called Lower Hallaze late in occ. of Wm. Allen.

Hay (Manors of Tredinham, Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/625  10 Sep. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Williams of St. Austell, yeo.
Barn and mowhay with fields at Hay.

[no title]  CF/1/626  5 Mar. 1847

Contents:
50 yr. lease.
Thos. Williams of St. Austell, yeo., to Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
Barn, meadow and field, divided now into 3, with commons of pasture in townplace in Hay, late in occ. of Rich. Howard; also Hay fields near Pentewan.
(Manor of Tredinham).

[no title]  CF/1/627  1 Dec. 1840

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Francis Swaine Price of Pentewan, R.N. Commander.
Fields and moors at Hay.

[no title]  CF/1/628  28 Mar. 1850

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Timothy Sarah of St. Austell, yeo.
Fields as above (except one lately leased to Chris. Hen. Thos. Hawkins for making a reservoir); also other fields at Hay.

[no title]  CF/1/629/1,2  8 May 1855

Contents:
14 or 21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Timothy Sarah of Pentewan, farmer.
Fields in St. Austell, formerly part of Hay farm, in occ. of Thos. Williams.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/630  18 Apr. 1859

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Parties as above.
Tenements, barns and outbuildings at Hay late in occ. of Rich. Duggoe, Thos. Williams and Jn. Rundle.

[no title]  CF/1/631/1,2  1874 (day and month not given)

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Francis Sarah of Pentewan, farmer.
Tenement and barn with outbuildings and fields at Hay.
Schedule at end.
(Manor of Penrice).

[no title]  CF/1/632  24 Jan. 1851

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 7 yrs.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Giles of St. Austell, yeo.
4 fields at Hay.
Good husbandry clauses.

Lavrean (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/633  1 Sep. 1792

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Sampson Roberts of St. Austell, yeo.
Piece of land part of Great Lavrean common.
Also plan.

[no title]  CF/1/634  1 Sep. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle and Rebecca Roberts of St. Austell, wid. to Hen. Retallack and Luke Thomas both of Luxulyan, tinners (tenants in common, not joint tenants).
Piece of land to be enclosed by Luke T. and Hen. R., part of Great Lavrean moor.

[no title]  CF/1/635/1,2  11 Dec. 1850

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Joseph Higman of Roche, yeo.
Little Lavrean in St. Austell, late in occ. of Thos. Stoneman, which fell in hand on death of Sarah Gregor.
Also agreement for letting, 20 Sep. 1850
(Parties and property as above).

[no title]  CF/1/636  15 Dec. 1876

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Joseph Higman of St. Austell, yeo.
Little Lavrean.

Menacuddle (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/637  10 Dec. 1827

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Barnicoat of St. Austell, yeo.
Menacuddle tenement late in occ. of Carteret Price.

[no title]  CF/1/638  10 May 1841

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jas. Ladner and Jas. Trembath both of Paul, yeos.
Menacuddle farm.

[no title]  CF/1/639  10 Feb. 1844

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jas. Lynn of St. Austell, innkeeper.
House, barn, outhouses and fields as above.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/640/1,2  30 Nov. 1850

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Nicholls of St. Austell, yeo.
Menacuddle farm late in occ. of Jas. Lynn decd.
Also agreement for above lease, 5 Oct. 1850.

[no title]  CF/1/641/1,2  28 Sep. 1864

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Lemon Daniell of Truro, yeo.
Menacuddle tenement, with 4 fields called Mount Charles Tenement, late in occ. of Mrs. Kellow.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/642  1 Dec. 1841

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Merifield of St. Austell, auctioneer.
3 fields part of Menacuddle now in occ. of Jn. Cory.

[no title]  CF/1/643  14 Dec. 1841

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle and Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Wm. Hart of St. Austell, baker.
Part of Menacuddle wood.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/644  3 Jan. 1842

Contents:
2 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle and Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Jn. Martyn of St. Austell, gent.
Part of Menacuddle wood on w. of new turnpike road from St. Austell to Bodmin.

[no title]  CF/1/645/1,2  25 Mar. 1852

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle and Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Wm. Hart of St. Austell, baker.
Part of Menacuddle Wood.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/646  9 Nov. 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Hodge of St. Austell, gardener.
2 fields late one field called Lane Close adj. Menacuddle lane.

[no title]  CF/1/647  3 May 1815

Contents:
11 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Veale of St. Austell, feltmonger
Hewetts Meadow in Menacuddle lane.

[no title]  CF/1/648  5 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Samson Roberts of St. Austell, butcher.
Yard in St. Austell bounded on w. with street from Menacuddle lane to St. Austell.
Within 12 months to build dwelling-house, front wall to be stone laid in good lime and sand and the plastering to be of lime and sand.

Molingey (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/649  8 Feb. 1816

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. May of St. Austell, miller.
Water grist mill called Molingey mill and adj. dwellinghouse, gdn. and barn, mowhay, outhouses and 2 fields.

[no title]  CF/1/650  6 Oct. 1843

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Joseph Treleaven of St. Austell, yeo.
Great Molingey; also water grist mill and house, gdn. and mowhay with fields, all Molingey mill.

[no title]  CF/1/651  28 Nov. 1873

Contents:
10 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Wm. Symons of Molingey, miller and farmer.
Grist mills and premises at Molingey, with fields (tithe nos. 979-1006).

[no title]  CF/1/652  3 Sep. 1789

Contents:
45 yr. lease (for life).
Mary Sawle to Sam. Congdon of St. Austell, tailor.
House and 2 plots of land at Molingey.

[no title]  CF/1/653  1 Sep. 1788

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Rich. Bayley of St. Austell, carpenter.
Newly-erected dwelling-house with adj. gdn. whereon stood a decayed dwelling-house then in occ. of Edw. Watts, tinner; also piece of Canal bounded with road from new house to Molingey, grist mill.

[no title]  CF/1/654  31 July 1792

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Wm. May of St. Austell, yeo.
Plot of ground in St. Austell moor enclosed by Wm. Bayly, decd., part of Molingey commons.

[no title]  CF/1/655  20 June 1793

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Nich. Hurley of St. Austell, gardener.
Cottage at Molingey late in occ. of Sarah Hurley.

[no title]  CF/1/656  26 Sep. 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Nich. May of St. Austell, victualler.
Great and Lower Molingey, also Little Molingey (reserves to Joseph S. the dog-kennel, woods and plantations).
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/657  13 Apr. 1841

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Merifield of St. Austell, lime-burner.
Limekiln at Molingey adj. and on e. side of Pentewan railroad, in occ. of Spencer Rogers, with limekiln near the same on w. side of railroad within same tenement; now in occ. of Thos. Olver.

Penrice (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/658a  c.1760 (undated)

Contents:
Draft agreement for 21 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle (other party left blank).
Part of barton of Penrice (details of buildings given); Castle Gotha and Penventon; Jn. S. to convert pound house into dwelling-house; pavement to be used only for going in and out; dung pool in St. Austell town near Quaker meeting-house, on condition that tenants bring home dung for Penrice lands; new steeds for making ricks on. Jn. S. to repair swing gates; to draw stones from quarries, to be allowed to remove wain-house and build another "of equal goodness" near Penrice townplace, and to repair all premises except glass windows, providing timber for mending tools and gates.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/658b  12 Sep. 1815

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Guy of St. Austell, butcher.
Field near Penrice late in occ. of Wm. Parnall.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/659  1 Dec. 1829

Contents:
13 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Parnall of St. Austell, yeo.
Parts of Penrice Barton farm on e. side of road from Parnall's barn to Lobb's Shop.
Good husbandry clauses.

Pentewan (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/660  22 Sep. 1699

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Eliz. Crosse of St. Austell, wid.
House 12' x 24' and adj. parcel of land on e.; with free liberty for erecting and making a quay between sd. house and the sea for the better safeguard of the same; parcel of land adj. w. of house; also other plots in Port Pentewan alias Lower Pentewan, part of Hay, with commons of pasture for geese and a pig.

[no title]  CF/1/661  2 Oct. 1700

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Oliver Nancollas of St. Austell, cloth-worker.
House late in occ. of Rob. Pye decd., with adj. cellar and willow-plot with commons of pasture, in Lower Pentewan.

[no title]  CF/1/662  30 Jan. 1712

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Oliver Nancollas of St. Austell, clothier, to s. Anthony N.
House late in occ. of Rob. Pye, decd., with adj. cellar and willow plot, with rick places, in Lower Pentewan (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/663  15 May 1702

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Wm. Michell of East Looe, cooper.
Cellar or palace in Pentewan alias Port Pentewan, bounded on ne. with common way leading from Jn. Manuell's house (the blacksmith) to his working-shop.

[no title]  CF/1/664  29 Sep. 1724

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Rob. Galty of St. Austell.
House in occ. of Nich. Harris in Pentewan with adj. cellar, with pressing-place or holes, now rented by Nich. H., with little gdn. at back.

[no title]  CF/1/665  3 May 1725

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Rob. Galtie of St. Austell.
House in occ. of Jas. Rolling with adj. gdn. in Pentewan, with vacant ground between n.w. side of Mark Higman's palace.

[no title]  CF/1/666  20 Sep. 1727

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Thos. Hicks of St. Austell, carpenter.
House in Port Pentewan late in occ. of Thos. Langman.

[no title]  CF/1/667  25 Mar. 1758

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Wm. Cross of Pentewan, yeo.
House in Pentewan late in occ. of Wm. Pollard, with gdn., stable and outhouse, part of Tonken's tenement, with pair of walls adj. Pentewan palace on s.

[no title]  CF/1/668  20 Sep. 1768

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren, bart., Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance, bart., and Jn. Hawkins of Helston, esq., to Jn. Sawle of Penrice esq.
Tenement near Pentewan in occ. of Jn. Nancollas.

[no title]  CF/1/669  25 June 1824

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hen. Medland of St. Austell, common brewer.
Fields and orchard at Pentewan, late in occ. of Jn. Hanley.

[no title]  CF/1/670/1-3  27 Dec. 1850

Contents:
Agreement as to reservation concerning rabbits.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Rendle of St. Austell, nurseryman.
Lease by Joseph S. G. Sawle to Jn. R. in 1850 of fields near Pentewan, reserving to Sawle all game and rabbits; objection by Jn. R. as being prejudicial to shrubs and crops; if Sawle's shooting not satisfactory, J.R. to be allowed to destroy rabbits but only with purse nets, not fire arms.
Also agreement as above for 16 May 1855 (also copy).

[no title]  CF/1/671/1,2  16 May 1855

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Rendle.
Several fields near Pentewan late in occ. of Thos. Williams (tithe numbers given).

[no title]  CF/1/672  26 Nov. 1869

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Sam. Davey of St. Austell, fish-dealer.
2 meadows, lately known as the willow gardens, at Pentewan, late in occ. of Wm. Deacon Dodge.

Penwithick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/673/1,2  25 Feb. 1836

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Phil. Nicholls of St. Austell, yeo.
Penwithick. late in occ. of Oliver Sleeman

Porthpean (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

Porthpean House.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/674/1,2  3 Feb. 1849

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Drew of Porthpean, mason.
Porthpean House with stable, gdn. and wastrel.

[no title]  CF/1/675/1  22 Mar. 1861

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Drew of Porthpean, mason, to Rev. Geo. Lambe of St. Austell, clerk.
Property as above, now an inn or public house.

[no title]  CF/1/675/2  25 Mar. 1873

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rev. Geo. Lambe of Ermington, Devon, clerk, to Geo. Petherick of St. Austell, gent.
Property as above.

Porthpean Cottage.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/676/1,2  20 Dec. 1886

Contents:
7 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Geo. Hen. Dean of London, gent. Porthpean Cottage.

[no title]  CF/1/677  7 Sep. 1888

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Edw. Hilton of Mevagissey, gent Porthpean Cottage.

Public House.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/678/1,2  2 Dec. 1836

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Clapman of St. Austell, victualler.
Public house and cooper's shop in Porthpean, also cellar under cooper's shop, in occ. of Geo. Pearse.

[no title]  CF/1/679  15 May 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Parties and property as above.

Limekiln.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/680  10 June 1835

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Chapman of St. Austell, maltster.
House and out-offices and gdns. late in occ. of Rev. Rob. Synge, with newly-erected malthouse and limekiln, with fields, all at Porthpean.

[no title]  CF/1/681  1 Dec. 1839

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Parnall of St. Austell, yeo.
1/3 of a limekiln at Porthpean; also parts of Penrice Barton farm on e. side of road from Parnall's Barn to Lobb's Shop.

[no title]  CF/1/682  1 Dec. 1841

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chris. Merifield of St. Austell, yeo.
Parts of Towan, Hay and Polventons, also Nansiddern; fields, part of Penrice Barton; also 1/3 of a limekiln at Porthpean now in occ. of Chris. M., Edw. Parnall and Wm. Thomas.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/683  15 Apr. 1864

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Eliz. Yelland of St. Austell, wid.
1/3 of a limekiln at Porthpean; parts of Penrice Barton on e. side of road from Parnall's Barn to Lobb's Shop; also fields, all at Porthpean.

Houses, various.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/684  28 Feb. 1782

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Wm. Pearse of St. Austell, yeo.
House, gdn. and waste ground in Porthpean now in occ. of Edw. Clemoe.

[no title]  CF/1/685  22 Oct. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Michael Milford of St. Austell, fisherman.
House, gdn. and stable called Daddow's tenement late in occ. of Peter Crabb.

[no title]  CF/1/686  28 Nov. 1853

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Perrow of St. Austell, hairdresser.
Daddoe's house and Mordekai's house, late in occ. of Rich. Rundle and Wm. Scott, tenants to Jn. Rashleigh.

[no title]  CF/1/687  1 Dec. 1823

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Dyer of St. Austell, yeo.
Farm at Porthpean.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/688/1,2  1 Jan. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rich. Coombe of St. Austell, thatcher.
House and gdn. in Porthpean now in occ. of Chas. Coombe, father of Rich. C.

[no title]  CF/1/689/1,2  1 Feb. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Carne of St. Austell, miner.
2 cottages in Porthpean now in occ. of Wm. Daw, Nich. Bunt and Thos. Kellow, the remainder untenanted; also 2 cottages in Porthpean in occ. of Ann Pearn and Thos. Martin.

[no title]  CF/1/690  1 Feb. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Geo. Hicks of St. Austell, miner.
House late in occ. of Hen. Luly.

[no title]  CF/1/691/1,2  20 Feb. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Penhale of St. Ewe, miner.
House now in occ. of Jn. Walkey.

[no title]  CF/1/692  21 May 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Bennett of St. Austell, yeo.
2 cottages late in occ. of Hen. Organ and Walter Trethewy.

[no title]  CF/1/693  1 Feb. 1825

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Luke Brokenshaw of Mevagissey, gent.
House and gdn. late in occ. of Rich. Carveth.

[no title]  CF/1/694  10 May 1826

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jn. Webb of St. Austell, engineer.
House at Porthpean late in occ. of Joseph Pearce with barn, stable and loft over, granary or corn-chamber, and pigs'-house underneath; garden, walled gdn., mowhay and withy gdn., also 5 fields at Porthpean.

[no title]  CF/1/695  1 Nov. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Richards of St. Austell, miner.
Cottage and gdn. late in occ. of Thos. Drew now of Loveday Richards.

[no title]  CF/1/696  11 Mar. 1853

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Mary Coombe of Truro, spr.
Cottage and gdn. late in occ. of Thos. Drew, then Loveday Richards, then Wm. Richards; also gdn.

[no title]  CF/1/697  10 May 1828

Contents:
60 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Merifield of St. Austell, mason.
Cottage and gdn. in occ. of Edw. Hodge; cottage and gdn. in occ. of Jas. Hodge; cottage and gdn. in occ. of Hen. Walkey; 2 cottages in occ. of Jn. Walkey and Thos. Martyn; cottage in occ. of Rich. Brown; cottage in occ. of Wm. Varcoe; cottage in occ. of Thos. Kellow; cottage in occ. of Wm. Dawe; cottage in occ. of Jacob Stephens; cottage in occ. of Geo. Eplett; cottage in occ. of Jn. Francis; cottage in occ. of Sam. Corneck; barn, linney and mowhay in occ. of Wm. Drew; and cottage in occ. of Hen. Walkey.

[no title]  CF/1/698/1,2  1 May 1840

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Perrow of St. Austell, hairdresser.
House and gdn. late in occ. of Jn. Best.

[no title]  CF/1/699  8 June 1858

Contents:
Surrender of 60 yr. lease.
Wm. Rundle of St. Austell, shoemaker, to Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
3 houses in Porthpean.

[no title]  CF/1/700  24 Mar. 1866

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Thos. Stephens of Porthpean, coastguard.
Cottage and gdn. at Higher Porthpean late in occ. of Ann Oxford.

Fields.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/701/1,2  26 Jan. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Carne of St. Austell, miner.
Killiow's meadow late in occ. of Joseph Pearce.
Within 2 years to build double dwelling-house.

[no title]  CF/1/702  1 Apr. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Peter Pearce of St. Austell, labourer.
Meadow late in occ. of Wm. Mellow.

[no title]  CF/1/703  29 Aug. 1836

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Luke Brokenshaw of St. Austell, gent.
Meadows near Porthpean.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/704  16 Nov. 1840

Contents:
20 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edw. Parnall of St. Austell, yeo.
Fields at Porthpean.
Good husbandry clauses.

Roseweek (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/705  10 Feb. 1844

Contents:
11 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edm. Bray of St. Austell, yeo.
House in Roseweek called Allen's tenement, late in occ. of Edw. Pearse.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/706  25 Feb. 1870

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Edwin Varcoe of Roseweek in St. Austell, farmer.
Davey's tenement at Roseweek, late in occ. of Joseph Pearce.

Ruddlemoor (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/707  29 Dec. 1746

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Wm. Parnall of St. Austell, tinner.
Stamping mill lately erected by Wm. Parnall in a place where an old stamping mill formerly stood called Durren's Mill on the commons of Ruddle and Bojea, with one acre of commons on n. side of mill.

[no title]  CF/1/708  25 Mar. 1843

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle and Geo. Andrew of St. Mewan, gent., to Jn. Hancock of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of waste land to be enclosed by Jn. H. out of Ruddle Moor on e. side of turnpike road from St. Austell to Bodmin, with dwelling-house lately erected there.

[no title]  CF/1/709  20 Sep. 1846

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle and Geo. Andrew of St. Mewan, gent., to Jas. Common of St. Austell, labourer.
Piece of waste land for Jas. C. to enclose and build on, part of Ruddle Moor, with liberty to take water from the spring adj. Wm. Littleton's piece of ground.

Towan (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/710  10 Nov. 1815

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Thos. Snell of St. Austell, yeo.
Western tenement, part of Twoan Barton, with dung-pool belonging thereto.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/711  1 Dec. 1828

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chris. Merrifield of St. Austell, yeo.
Part of Towan farm; also land at Hay and Polventons; Nanswhidden; fields, part of Penrice Barton.

[no title]  CF/1/712  1 May 1829

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Thomas of Mevagissey, yeo.
Western tenement, part of barton of Towan; also 2 fields part of eastern tenement, Towan.

[no title]  CF/1/713  29 Sep. 1853

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. Thomas of St. Austell, yeo.
Towan.

[no title]  CF/1/714  8 Nov. 1873

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Chas. Brune Graves Sawle to Hen. Merrifield of Towan, farmer.
Parts of Towan, Hay and Polventons; tenement called Nansiddern and fields part of Penrice Barton.

Tregonissey (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/715  31 Oct. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle and Rich. Warrick of St. Austell, yeo., to Jn. Hocking of St. Austell, yeo.
North Down Park at Tregonissey in occ. of Rich. W.

[no title]  CF/1/716  12 June 1834

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Phil. Coon of St. Austell, miner.
House at Tregonissey adj. highway, late in occ. of Rich. Allen and Jas. Geach; also piece of land to be enclosed by Phil. C. in Tregonissey; with adj. gdn.

[no title]  CF/1/717  20 Apr. 1838

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Rich. Williams of St. Austell, butcher.
Barley field and Potato Croft, with cottage and gdn. at Tregonissey.

[no title]  CF/1/718  3 Mar. 1838

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Ben. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo., and Rich. Williams of St. Austell, butcher, to Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle.
House and ½ gdn. in Tregonissey late in occ. of Jn. Long, with liberty to build a rick on common of Treverbyn-Trevanion; (leased by Arthur Kempe to Wm. Penhale, 1788); also 5 cottages in Tregonissey (leased by Chas. Rashleigh to Ben. Penhale, 1815).

[no title]  CF/1/719  10 May 1850

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Beard of St. Austell, miner.
2 houses at Tregonissey with land and adj. gdns. late in occ. of Edw. Kinear.

[no title]  CF/1/720  24 Jan. 1861

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Geo. Uglow Sidney of New South Wales, carpenter.
Fields at Treleaven's Cross Lane End near Tregonissey; also pot of land where barn and stable formerly stood.
Plan in margin.

Tregorrick. (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/721  7 Aug. 1798

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Warn of St. Austell, tinner.
Dwelling-house, meadow and 2 gdns. at Tregorrick with pieces of land lately enclosed by Jn. W., with another plot near Tregorrick Bridge.

[no title]  CF/1/722  25 June 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Wm. Hoskin of St. Austell, yeo.
House, gdn. and orchard in Tregorrick, part of Ivey's tenement late in occ. of Jn. Tallack then of Wm. Rundell.

[no title]  CF/1/723  1 Aug. 1818

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jas. Harris of St. Austell, yeo.
2 houses in Tregorrick late in occ. of Wm. Dally and Walter Hodge.

[no title]  CF/1/724/1,2  26 Mar. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Sam. Annear of St. Austell, carpenter.
2 cottages in Tregorrick with orchard and gdn. late in occ. of Jas. Harris.

[no title]  CF/1/725  1 Mar. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Jas. Williams of Redruth, miner.
Cottage and gdn. in Tregorrick.

[no title]  CF/1/726  22 July 1783

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Wm. Scantlebury of St. Austell, yeo.
House, orchard and gdn.

[no title]  CF/1/727  1 Mar. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Stephen Scantlebury, a poor labouring man of St. Austell.
Plot of uncultivated land to be enclosed by Stephen S. on s. of lane from Tregorrick to Charlestown.

[no title]  CF/1/728  12 July 1850

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Matthew Bennett of St. Austell, yeo.
House, stable and gdn., house and little house adj., late in occ. of Stephen Scantlebury, with fields.

[no title]  CF/1/729  2 June 1848

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Edm. Parnall of St. Austell, draper, and Jas. Parnall of St. Austell, yeo.
Tenements in Tregorrick late in occ. of Matthew Bennett; also Mount Pisgah, Gewans and Bridge Parks in St. Austell late in occ. of Carteret Chas. Price.

[no title]  CF/1/730  25 Mar. 1850

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Walter Giles of St. Austell, builder.
Part of a field near Tregorrick Lane now in occ. of Thos. and Jas. Parnall, with liberty to dig up and raise stone.

[no title]  CF/1/731  21 June 1849

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 7 yrs.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Ben. Bennett.
2 fields at Tregorrick called Four Turnings and Miss Jennies' meadow.

Trenarren (Manor of Tewington).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/732/1,2  29 Oct. 1858

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Nich. Courts of St. Austell, yeo.
House and gdn. in Trenarren, late manor of Tewington, late in occ. of Chas. Rickard, then Jas. Thomas, then Rich. Trestain.

Trethurgy (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/733  1 July 1820

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle to Rob. Stephens of St. Austell, yeo.
Tenement in Trethurgy.
Good husbandry clauses.

Trevarrick (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/734  16 June 1746

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Wm. Crapp of St. Austell, yeo.
Plot of waste ground in St. Austell moor opposite village of Trevarrick bounded on s. with plot of ground called the Bowling Green.

[no title]  CF/1/735  9 Dec. 1862

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Hugh Kelly of Devonport, cab proprietor, and Jn. Lawrence of Devonport, confectioner, to Jn. Bray of St. Austell, spirit merchant.
2 cottages and adj. pigs'-house and waste spot opposite workhouse, with 2 gdns. in road towards Trevarrick (leased by Joseph Sawle Sawle to Hugh Kelly, 1827).

Turnavean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/736  2 Jul 1761

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £116).
Jn. Long of St. Austell, blacksmith, to Wm. Vivyan of St. Austell, tin-merchant.
Plot of land called Stoney Moor, part of Turnavean tenement (leased by Jn. Tremayne of Haligan to Jn. Long of St. Austell, tinner, 1737; leased by Joseph Sawle to Jn. Long jun. 1757).

Leases (Tremayne).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

Blowing-house lane.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/737  26 Feb. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne to Thos. Levers of Tywardreath, cooper.
House, courtelage and workshop on n.w. side of w. turnpike, with gdn. in Blowing-house lane, all late in occ. of Walter Daniell.

[no title]  CF/1/738  5 Mar. 1824

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Levers of Tywardreath, cooper, to Jas. Roberts of Roche, tinner.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/739  1 May 1835

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Edm. Paul of St. Austell, wheelwright, to Francis Levers of St. Austell, cooper.
Property as above.

Pentewan.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/740  1 Nov. 1824

Contents:
70 yr. lease.
Rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne to Jos. Jorey of St. Austell, blacksmith.
Part of Nanollas' tenement in Pentewan.

Leases (Tunno).  [no ref. or date]

Charlestown.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/741/1,2  1 Dec. 1828

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Rose Tunno and Wm. Hen. Crowder of London, esqs., to Francis Barratt of St. Blazey, mine agent.
Piece of land at Charlestown on s. side of turnpike road from St. Austell to Lostwithiel, with house lately built there by Francis B.
Also correspondence.

[no title]  CF/1/742  22 Sep. 1854

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Rose Tunno esq., Sir Rich. Budden Crowder, Fred. Robert Crowder and Geo. Augustus C., all of London, to Edw. Beel Clark and Wm. Long Slade Clark of St. Austell, brickmakers.
Piece of land with mowhay and kilns, near Higher Pond, Charlestown.
Plan in margin.

[no title]  CF/1/743/1,2  11 Aug. 1855

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (mortgage for £100).
Edw. Beel Clark and Wm. Long Slade Clark of St. Austell, brickmakers, to Wm. Jago of St. Austell, gent.
Piece of land with a mowhay, kilns and buildings near Higher Pond in Charlestown.
Also further mortgage, 11 Aug. 1856.

[no title]  CF/1/744/1-3  9 Feb. 1866

Contents:
Surrender of lease for 99 yrs. (also drafts).
Fred. Wm. Pearce Jago of Plymouth, doctor of medicine, Edw. Beel Clark and Wm. Long Slade Clark of St. Austell, brickmakers, to Geo. Augustus Crowder of Slimfield, Berks., esq., and Edw. Jn. Sartoris of Bishop's Waltham, Hants., esq.
Property as above.

Leases (Various).  [no ref. or date]

St. Austell town.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/745  13 Feb. 1719

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Davy of Saltash, yeo., to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, blacksmith.
Property in St. Austell churchtown late in occ. of Ben. Jacob of St. Austell, tailor, then Wm. Harper.

[no title]  CF/1/746  29 Aug. 1724

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Gaborian of Saltash, mariner, and w. Jane, to Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, blacksmith.
Property in St. Austell churchtown, late in occ. of Wm. Harper.

[no title]  CF/1/747  25 Apr. 1712

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Johanna Moyle of St. Austell, spr., dau. of Rich. M., decd., Bob. Gilbourne of St. Austell, gent., and w. Martha, dau. of Rich. M., Thos. Sullivan of St. Austell, gent., and w. Alice, dau. of Rich. M., to Stephen Williams of St. Austell, gent.
Tenement in churchtown, St. Austell, bounded on w. with highway to Bodmin, all late in occ. of Wm. Allen.

[no title]  CF/1/748  22 Mar. 1806

Contents:
5 yr. lease.
Jane Hopwood of St. Austell, wid., administratrix of Sam. H. decd., tallow-chandler, to Jn. Parnall, tin-man.
Longstone field; field on opposite side of road from turnpike road to Mevagissey, part of commons of St. Austell foredowns, lately enclosed by Sam. H.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/749  25 Dec. 1754

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Scobell of Roseillion, St. Blazey, esq., to Wm. Harris of St. Austell, blacksmith.
Undertown field, with adj. meadow; also house and old walls there, formerly a barn and bakehouse, with gdn., herb gdn. and mowhay, late in occ. of Stephen Keams.

[no title]  CF/1/750  24 June 1835

Contents:
70 yr. lease.
Geo. Bradhurst of St. Austell, blacksmith, to Rebecca Bartle and s. Rich. B., miner, both of St. Austell.
Piece of land adj. turnpike from St. Austell to Lostwithiel and adj. new road leading to Charlestown Consolidated Mines; to be tenants in common, not joint tenants.

[no title]  CF/1/751  22 Oct. 1860

Contents:
Lease for 34 years.
Wm. Hen. Dodge of Penzance, surgeon, Anna Thomas Dodge and Jane Eliz. Dodge of St. Austell, sprs., to Phil. Wheeler of Elm Terrace, St. Austell, esq.
House and pleasure ground at no. 4, Elm Terrace.

Carnsmerry.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/752  29 Sep. 1704

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Thos. Hoblyn of Tresadron Mills, gent., to Jn. Halls of St. Austell, yeo.
1/3 part of moiety of Carne-rosemerry, late in occ. of Jn. Carter of St. Columb.

Duporth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/753  1 Oct. 1708

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Thos. Lower of All-Hallows-on-the-wall, gent., to Chris. Warrick of St. Austell.
Dilapidated house and cellar, part of Delaporth tenement alias Vanson's, in St. Austell; with way to go to and from, also a ladder room; late in occ. of Wm. Rowat.

Tregonissey.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/754  22 Aug. 1750

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Wm. Battie of Bloomsbury, Mddx., doctor of physic, to Sam. Hendy of St. Austell, saddler.
Piece of land with new house in occ. of Phil. Stephens on n. of highway from St. Austell to Tregonissey; also house, court and gdn. near St. Austell churchtown, late in occ. of Wm. Woone.

[no title]  CF/1/755  8 Mar. 1783

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Bettesworth of Carhays, esq., to Arthur Kempe of St. Austell, esq.
Property at Tregonissey (houses at e. end of village, with adj. fields); Great House in occ. of Geo. Blake, all late in occ. of Jn. Parnall.
(Manor of Treverbyn Trevanion).

[no title]  CF/1/756  7 May 1869

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Hicks of Mount Charles, St. Austell, miner, to Wm. Borlase of Tregonissey, miner.
House near Tregonissey late in occ. of Nich. Thomas, with 3 meadows in Tregonissey.

[no title]  CF/1/757  24 Feb. 1821

Contents:
40 yr. lease.
Ben. Penhale of St. Austell, yeo., to Rich. Broad of St. Austell, poor labourer.
Garden in Tregonissey on n.w. side of road from Tregonissey to Bodmin and Luxulyan.

Tregorrick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/758  26 Mar. 1868

Contents:
Agreement to lease as yearly tenant.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, esq., to Wm. Treleaven of St. Austell, yeo.
2 fields at Tregorrick in occ. of Jn. Bray of St. Austell, innkeeper.

Trethurgy.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/759  24 Dec. 1712

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jane Hendy of St. Austell, wid., to Sam. Julyan of St. Austell, yeo.
House called Trethurgy in Trethurgy village, late in occ. of Jn. Tinner.

Trenowth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/760  21 Oct. 1812

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Walter Robins of St. Austell, gent., to Edw. Morrish of St. Stephen in Brannel, yeo., and Jn. Truscott of St. Austell, yeo.
Trenowth in St. Austell late in occ. of Walter Robins.
Good husbandry clauses.

Trewiddle.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/761a  17 Apr. 1710

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Wm. Courtenay of Powderham Castle, Devon, and Hugh Fortescue of Filleigh, Devon, esq., exors. of Jn. Clobery esq., decd., to Vincent Giles of St. Austell, gent.
Field, old orchard and pond meadow, part of Trewiddle Barton.

General.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/761b  17 Oct. 1798

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold estates and tin bounds.
Jane Crapp of St. Austell, wid. of Peter C. of St. Austell surgeon, to children Wm. C. of St. Austell, watchmaker, and Mary C., spr., and Rich. Hennah of St. Austell, clerk.
Plot of land at Tregorrick bounded on w. with road leading to Molingey grist mill leat; land at Carvath (leased by Jn. Sawle to Wm. Crapp of St. Austell, tobacconist, father of Peter C., 1757).
2 houses, formerly a barn, and gdn. formerly a mowhay, at Turnavean near Trenance; the leat pill near Trenance Bridge (leased by Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan to Peter Crapp, 1767).
Land near Trevarrick bounded on s.e. with bowling green and on s.w. with St. Austell river (leased by Jn. Sawle to Wm. C., 1746).
Nanson's tenement (leased by Jn. Sawle to Peter C., 1766).
Tenement at Turnavean near Trenance Bridge (leased by Hen. Hawkins Tremayne to Peter C., 1767).
Also tin bounds in Stannary of Blackmore.
Endorsed: marriage settlement between Mary C. and Rich. Hewett of Fowey, watchmaker, 1798 (Mary's share of her father's property).
Also bond on intended marriage.
Also correspondence (1840) relating to above settlement.

ST AUSTELL, ST BLAZEY  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Paschoe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/762a  20 Dec. 1695

Contents:
Mortgage by way of lease and release (lease for a year missing).
Wm. Paschoe of St. Austell, yeo., to Jn. Keene of Roche, surgeon and Sam. Hext of St. Austell, gent.
Biscovey, Kirrow and Boscundle in St. Austell and property in St. Blazey.

Lease (Sawle/Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/762b  22 May 1815

Contents:
Articles of Agreement for exchange of lands by 99 yr. leases.
Joseph Sawle Sawle with Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esqs.
Sawle to Rashleigh: Phernyssick, Luly's tenement in Porthpean, Carnjewey, in St. Austell; Bodelva in St. Blazey.
Rashleigh to Sawle: Tregorrick properties and tenement at Biscovallack, all in St. Austell.

S.T AUSTELL, ST. BLAZEY, LUXULYAN, TYWARDREATH.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/763/1,2  29/30 Oct. 1806

Contents:
Lease and release.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Edw. Buller of East Looe, esq., naval captain.
Nanscaven in Luxulyan in occ. of Wm. Hawken; Bodelva in St. Blazey; Daniel's tenement in St. Blazey; Outer Bodelva; Pitt's tenement in Tywardreath, in occ. of Jonathan Geach; house in St. Austell in occ. of Eliz. Price; houses at Porthpean in occ. of Joseph Pearce; houses in St. Austell town and Carvath.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. BLAZEY, TYWARDREATH.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh/Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/764  31 Aug. 1815

Contents:
Deed of exchange by way of lease and release (lease for a year missing).
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., and Joseph Sawle Sawle of Penrice esq.
Rashleigh to Sawle: Higher and Lower Menacuddle, with houses, fields, barn, linhay, poultry yard, stables and farmyard; fields near Blowing house and at Tregonissey cottages at Tregonissey; Carwallen in manor of Treverbyn Courtenay; Biscovellet; gardens in Kiln Lane and adj. dung pools; nursery gdn. near vicarage; house and buildings at Tregorrick, all in St. Austell.
Sawle to Rashleigh: Luly's tenement at Porthpean, with fields and buildings; cottages and lands at Porthpean; Fernisick in Carclaze moor; all in St. Austell; Daddow's tenement in St. Blazey churchtown; Tallack's tenement, cottages, smithy and lands, and tenement at Bodelva, all in St. Blazey; lands in Tywardreath.

ST. AUSTELL, CREED, ST. WINNOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/765  5 Apr. 1771

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine or recovery (pre-nuptial settlement).
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Wm. Battie of London, esq., Cath. Battie, spr., his dau; Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., Rob. Rashleigh of London, merchant, and Thos. Rashleigh of London, gent., on marriage between Jn.
Rashleigh and Cath. Battie.
Manor of Trewiddle in St. Austell; Nantellan in Creed; manor and barton of St. Winnow; manor of Bradstone, property at Southweek and annuities from land in Lifton, all Devon.

[no title]  CF/1/766/1,2  10/11 Dec. 1771

Contents:
Lease and release (post-nuptial settlement).
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to Rob. Rashleigh of London, merchant, and Thos. Rashleigh of London, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/767  12 Dec. 1801

Contents:
Deed of appointment.
Jn. Rashleigh of Penquite, esq., to s. Jn. Colman Rashleigh, esq.
Property as above.

ST. AUSTELL, CUBY, ST. JUST IN ROSELAND.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Trevanion/Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/768  28 Nov. 1696

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. leases (pre-nuptial settlement).
Eliz. Tremayne of St. Austell, wid., and Stephen Hewgoe of St. Austell, clerk, to Jn. Sawle to Penrice, esq., on marriage between Eliz. T, and Stephen H.
Lands in St. Austell (leased to Tremayne by Sawle); Carwarthen in St. Just in Roseland (leased to Tremayne by Trevanion).
Park Anarloth and part of Gargus in Cuby.
Household goods, plate, china and books.

ST. AUSTELL, CUBY, VERYAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title Deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/769/1,2  7/8 May 1798

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rev. Rich. Hennah, sen., of St. Austell, clerk, s., Rev. Rich. H. jun., of Wemsbury, Devon, clerk, to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
Nursery meadow in St. Austell
Tremoyle in Cuby.
Park Hocken and fields at Reskivers in Veryan.

ST. AUSTELL, ENDELLION, ST. MERRYN, ST. VEEP.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Peter).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/770/1,2  11/12 Apr. 1733

Contents:
Lease and release (pre-nuptial settlement).
Jn. Peter of Harbyn, esq., s. Hen. P. of Endellion, gent., Eliz. Giles of Fowey, wid. of Vincent G., to Wm. Toller Treffry of Fowey, and Wm. Peter of Mawnan, clerk, s. of Jn. P., on marriage between Hen. Peter and Eliz. Giles.
Trerecket in Endellion; property in St. Austell Churchtown; Harbyn in St. Merryn; Middle Winnick in St. Veep.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. EWE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Arundell).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/771/1,2  1/2 Nov. 1801

Contents:
Lease and release.
Hen., lord Arundel of Wardour, Chas., Lord Clifford, of Chudleigh, Devon, and Jas. Everard Arundel of Lincoln, esq., to Wm. Long of St. Austell, peruke-maker.
Cottage, gdn. and orchards called Watts' tenement in Polgooth, St. Ewe, enclosed out of Tregennow common, late in occ. of Arthur James, then Susanna Graham; also 2 other houses at Tregennow, St. Ewe; fields adj. Carvath and Tregorrick in St. Austell.

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/772  1723-1803

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Jn. Colman Rashleigh.
Manor of Trewhiddle, with land at Tregorrick, St. Austell town, the double stamping mills, in St. Austell; Navalsa and Cost-is-lost in St. Ewe.

Lease (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/773  31 Oct. 1851

Contents:
20 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Jarvis of St. Ewe, basket-maker.
Moors in Pentewan, late in occ. of Wm. Tyzzer, in St. Austell.
Moors in St. Ewe, part of Nansladron.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. EWE, ST. MEWAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Long).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/774/1-12  1801-1823

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Wm. Yeoman (mortgagee of estates of Wm. Long, peruke-maker, of St. Austell).
Gewen and other lands; Tregorrick; in St. Austell, Watts' tenement at Polgooth, orchard and old walls at Tregennow, in St. Ewe.
Part of Woolcock's tenement in St. Mewan.
Also papers relating to Chancery case of Fifield v. Long concerning division of property of Wm. Long, decd., among his 8 children, 1855.

[no title]  CF/1/775  1859

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Wm. Yeoman, mortgagee of Wm. Long's estates.
Property as above.

ST. AUSTELL, FOWEY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/776/1,2  17/18 May 1801

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos., lord Camelford of Bodonnoc, and mother Ann, to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
Half the tithe sheaf of St. Austell and half the Chancel of the parish church; garden near Inch's quay, Fowey.

ST. AUSTELL, LUXULYAN.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Rashleigh/Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/777  20 Jan. 1820

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq., to Peter Goldsworthy of St. Austell, miner.
Little Lavrean in St. Austell, late in occ. of Thos. Stoneman; Lestoon in Luxulyan.
(Manor of Tewington).

[no title]  CF/1/778  20 Jan. 1827

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rebecca Roberts of St. Austell, wid., Peter Goldsworthy, of St. Austell, miner, and Joseph Sawle Sawle, to Jn. Allen of Lanivet, miner.
Property as above (now described as being part of manor of Penrice).

ST. AUSTELL, LUXULYAN, ST. MEWAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/779/1,2  20 Apr. 1840

Contents:
Draft settlement (also copy).
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Chas. B. Sawle.
Manor of Tewington and lands in St. Austell, Luxulyan and St. Mewan to uses of settlement of manor of Penrice.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. MEWAN.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Hawkins)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/780  15 Nov. 1828

Contents:
99 yr. lease (assignment by way of mortgage for £70).
Joseph Vivian of St. Austell, yeo., to Jane Osborne of St. Austell, wid.
Piece of land formerly a wastrel in Spernon Moor, St. Mewan (leased by Chris. Hawkins to Rich. Pearce in 1803); also piece of land, part of Priory field near Blowing House Lane, behind Priory Row in St. Austell.

[no title]  CF/1/781  5 Oct. 1831

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jane Osborne of St. Austell, wid., and Joseph Vivian of St. Austell, yeo., to Rich. Elvins of St. Ewe, tin-dresser.
Property as above.

Title deed (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/782  1813 (no details of date given)

Contents:
Draft pre-nuptial settlement on marriage between Joseph Sawle Sawle and Dorothea Prideaux Brune.
Manor of Penrice; Penrice barton, and property in Pentewan, Hay, Tregorrick, Carvath, Bojea, Ruddle, Carbean, Molingey, and Nansiddern in St. Austell; part of manor of Trelowth, Bosinver, Tregantallan and St. Margaret's Mill, in St. Mewan.

Title deed (Young).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/783  Hilary term 1682

Contents:
Final concord.
Nich. Young, querant, and Rob. Edwards, gent., and Thos. Duggoe and w. Kath., deforciants.
Carvath Moor in St. Austell; Lower Trelowth in St. Mewan.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. MEWAN, ROCHE  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Grant/Gaved; and Rashleigh leasehold).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/784  8 Nov. 1806

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing); (pre-nuptial settlement).
Lucy Martha Grant of St. Austell, spr., and Thos. Griffin of Falmouth, gent., to Jonas Gaved and Nich. Crews, both of St. Mewan, gent., on marriage between Thos. Griffin and Lucy Grant).
Houses in St. Austell; Poltarra in St. Mewan; share in Higher Colvreath in Roche; also house in St. Austell in occ. of Wm. Biddick, druggist (leased by Rashleigh).
Also correspondence.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. MEWAN, ST. STEPHEN-IN-BRANNEL.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Carthew).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/785  6 Mar. 1749

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Carthew of St. Austell, gent., to s. Edm. Carthew of St. Austell.
Greatm Middle and Little Trevisker, with decayed grist mill, leats and appurts., in St. Stephen in Brannel; Jn. C.'s title in 2 stamping mills called St. Margaret's and Clizey mills in St. Mewan; Tregorrick in St. Austell.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. MEWAN, TYWARDREATH.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/786  17 Apr. 1841

Contents:
Draft deed of disentailment.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Thos. Jas. Agar Robartes and Wm. Rashleigh.
Manor of Penrice in St. Austell; ½ manor of Trenance and fulling mill, part of manor of Treverbyn Courtenay, in St. Austell; Treloweth in St. Mewan; manor of Lanestock in Tywardreath.

ST. AUSTELL, ST. MEWAN, VERYAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Trevanion).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/787  31 May 1855

Contents:
Draft conveyance.
Theophilus Faris, Thos. Gill, Jas. Cockell, Margt. Rhodes, Thos. Wm. Rhodes, Wm. Cory, Jas. Andrew Durham, Jas. Rhodes, Wm. Arthur Rhodes, Jos. Ivimey, Jas. Phineas Davis, and Jn. Chas. Bettesworth Trevanion, to Elias Martyn of St. Austell, clay merchant.
Ninestones tenement and Resugga (manor of Treverbyn Trevanion); Treverbyn minor, in St. Austell; Goonmarth in St. Mewan; Treburthes in Veryan.

ST. AUSTELL, TYWARDREATH.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/788/1-11  1852-57

Contents:
Abstracts of title.
Lands in St. Austell and Tywardreath conveyed to Cornwall Railway.

ST. BLAZEY.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Sawle). (Manor of Lanestock).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/789  20 May 1660

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Hicks of St. Blazey, tinner, to Wm. Beare of Tywardreath and Thos. Wills of Tywardreath, blacksmiths.
House, gdn. and meadow in St. Blazey (leased in 1659 by Oliver Sawle to Thos. H.)

[no title]  CF/1/790  10 May 1714

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Degory Petherick of St. Blazey, blacksmith.
Smith's shop with adj. gdn., late in occ. of Wm. Rowse.

[no title]  CF/1/791  8 Apr. 1751

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Digory Petherick of St. Blazey, blacksmith.
Smith's shop with adj. gdn. and all improvements and new buildings.

[no title]  CF/1/792  21 May 1795

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Rowe of St. Blazey, blacksmith.
Smith's shop and gdn. late in occ. of Wm. Rowse, then Digory Petherick.

[no title]  CF/1/793  29 Sep. 1757

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Thos. Mouford of St. Blazey, yeo.
House, stable, mowhay, gdn. and orchard in St. Blazey churchtown late in occ. of Jas. Nicholls then of Wm. Rowse, then of Jn. Lewarne, with commons of pasture on St. Blazey moors.

[no title]  CF/1/794  1 June 1796

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Jn. Robins of St. Blazey, victualler.
Decayed dwelling-house now used as a pound-house with adj. orchard and meadow, in St. Blazey churchtown, late in occ. of Jas. Nicholls then of Wm. Rowse, then of Jn. Lewarne, then of Thos. Morford.

[no title]  CF/1/795  5 May 1640

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Oliver Sawle to Peter Rowse jun. of St. Blazey, yeo.
Property in St. Blazey churchtown, late in occ. of Walter Allen decd.

[no title]  CF/1/796  19 June 1712

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Wm. Edyvean of St. Blazey, tinner.
House late in occ. of Walter Loggett with adj. land and herb gdn. in St. Blazey churchtown.

[no title]  CF/1/797  7 Sep. 1765

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Wm. Luke of St. Blazey, husbandman.
House late in occ. of Walter Loggett with adj. herb gdn. and orchard in St. Blazey churchtown.

[no title]  CF/1/798  28 Mar. 1693

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Wm. Jane of St. Austell, servant to Joseph S.
Tenement in St. Blazey churchtown late in occ. of Wm.
Davey and now in occ. of Jn. Tom, yeo.

[no title]  CF/1/799/1,2  3 May 1701

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Joseph Sawle to Geo. Tallack of Luxulyan, millwright.
Rowse's tenement in churchtown late in occ. of Jn. Tom decd.

[no title]  CF/1/800  17 Mar. 1746

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jn. Tallack of St. Austell, millwright.
Tenement at Bodelva late in occ. of Jenkin Nicholl, then of Jn. Polsue.

[no title]  CF/1/801  1 May 1773

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Jn. Sawle to Jn. Tregaskis of St. Blazey, butcher.
Tallack's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/802  9 Aug. 1789

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Mary Sawle to Sam. Williams of St. Blazey, butcher.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/803  4 Mar. 1658

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Oliver Sawle to Walter Waren of Tywardreath, tinner.
Tenement in St. Blazey churchtown late in occ. of Edw. Corne decd.

[no title]  CF/1/804  16 July 1689

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle to Jas. Nichols of St. Blazey alias Landreth, tinner.
Newly-erected house with gdn. and meadow, part of tenement late in occ. of Walter Warne then of Jn. Thomas in St. Blazey churchtown.

[no title]  CF/1/805  9 Jan. 1711

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
John Sawle to Phil. Allen of St. Blazey, innkeeper.
Tenement in St. Blazey churchtown late in occ. of Wm. Pendray and previously of Edw. Corne.

Leases (Sawle) (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/806  6 Feb. 1854

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Wm. West of St. Blazey, engineer.
Piece of land, part of Kilhallow.
Plan in margin.

Leases (Tremayne).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/807  20 Dec. 1768

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, to Jn. Edes of St. Blazey, clothier.
Old walls, now a dwelling-house, with adj. gdn. and orchard in St. Blazey churchtown; also old walls, formerly a dwelling-house in churchtown with adj. gdn.

Leases (Various).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/808  13 Feb. 1657

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Cocke of St. Blazey, carpenter, to Jn. John of St. Blazey, labourer.
Property in Biscovey late in occ. of Jn. Rowse, house lately called the tanhouse with adj. plot of land (leased by Jn. Rose of St. Blazey to Thos. Cocke in 1657).

[no title]  CF/1/809  2 Mar. 1726

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Pendray of Luxulyan, merchant, to Rich. Rosevear of Tywardreath, gent.
3 tenements late in occ. of Wm. Pendray in St. Blazey churchtown, with 9 fields, and commons of pasture on St. Blazey moor.

[no title]  CF/1/810  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Margt. Hicks of Polperro in Lansallos, wid., to Nathaniel Bovey of St. Blazey, yeo.
Property in Biscovey late in occ. of Wm. Ellis.

BODMIN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (various).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/811  30 June 1658

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery (Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector).
Rob. Cripps, demandant, Dan. Ely, deforciant.
Property in Bodmin (unspecified).

[no title]  CF/1/812/1,2  23/24 Mar. 1780

Contents:
Lease and release.
Cath. Pennington of Bodmin, spr., dau. of Jn. P. of Bodmin, decd., mercer, to Jn. Pomeroy of Bodmin, gent., widower, husband of Eliz. P. decd., Cath's sister.
Half of a newly-erected house and stable in Bore Street, with adj. gdn. late in occ. of Rob. Crapp, then Joan Billing.

[no title]  CF/1/813  30 June 1802

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Walter Raleigh Gilbert of Priory House, Bodmin, esq., and w. Nancy, Jn. Pomeroy of Bodmin, clerk, Hoblyn Peter of Percothan, esq., and w. Eliz., and Wm. Hamley of Bodmin, surgeon, and w. Sarah, to Jn. Molesworth of St. Breock, clerk.
House in Fore Street, Bodmin; house, formerly old walls, in Fore Street; houses occupied as one house, late in occ. of Jn. Pomeroy, then of Geo. Jn. Blewett.

[no title]  CF/1/814/1,2  23 /24 Sep. 1802

Contents:
Lease and release.
Wm. Hamley of Bodmin, surgeon, and w. Sarah, to Walter Raleigh Gilbert of Priory House, Bodmin, esq.
House and land in Fore Street in occ. of Wm. Hamley.

[no title]  CF/1/815  12 June 1841

Contents:
Notice of Assignment of mortgage.
Fred. Poyntz and Stanley Wallis to Jn. Borlase and Nich. Kendall.
2 fields in Opie's Lane and Dark Lane, Bodmin, late in occ. of trustees of Bodmin turnpike, then of Chris. Sloggett.

[no title]  CF/1/816  28 Oct. 1802

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Wm. Warne of St. Issey, yeo., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
Bury Close in Bodmin.

Leases (various).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/817  5 Nov. 1727

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Chris. Hobbs of Bodmin, yeo., to Sam. Lyne of Launceston, gent.
House in the priory at Bodmin between the millpool and the malthouse late in occ. of Ambrose Gooding and Hen. May, yeo. (leased by Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly to Chris. Hobbs in 1719).

[no title]  CF/1/818  25 Mar. 1731

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Petherick Lukey of Lanivet, yeo., Wm. Pascho, Francis Cole, Rich. Bullock, Rob. Thomas, Thos. Bullock, Wm. Tremeere, Thos. Jenkyn, Thos. Hicks, Jas. Thomas and Rob. Thomas, all of Lanivet, yeos., to Rich. Menheniott of Lanivet, blacksmith.
Field divided into 3 in Bodmin on w. part of a house heretofore called St. Leonards Chapel late in occ. of Wm. Beard, butcher.

[no title]  CF/1/819  26 Jan. 1748

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rich. Bullock, Wm. Tremeer, Thos. Jenkyn, Thos. Hicks, Rich. Thomas, Thos. Thomas, Jn. Pettigrew, Jn. Pascoe, Nich. Cole, Chas. Treweek, Jas. Thomas, all of Lanivet, to Nich. Clemoe of Bodmin, cordwainer.
Field divided into 3, on west part of the former St. Leonards chapel, late in occ. of Rich. Menheniot (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/820  24 Feb. 1771

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Thos. Nich. Lewis of Bodmin, tinplate worker, to Jas. Black of Bodmin, innkeeper.
House, outhouse, stable and land in Fore Street.

[no title]  CF/1/821  29 July 1824

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Mary Harris of St. Breock, wid., to Wm. Lander of Bodmin, miller.
Knapmans Parks in Bodmin, adj. commons at w. end of town.

[no title]  CF/1/822  c.1860 (no date given)

Contents:
Grant of right of diversion of water for term of years.
Francis Jn. Hext of Tredethy, esq., to trustees of committee of visitors of Cornwall Lunatic Asylum.
Lands in Bodmin.

BODMIN, LANIVET.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Foster/Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/823  1860

Contents:
Draft abstract of title.
Rich. Foster of Castle, esq., and Thos. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
Dunghouse, water flour mill, with barn and stables at Hawkes Halgavor in Bodmin; property at Lidcot, Bodmin; Kemisland farm in Lanivet.

BODMIN, ST. COLUMB, ST. MINVER, PENZANCE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Long).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/824  17-19th cents

Contents:
Schedule of title deeds of Edw. Capel Whitehurst, trustee of marriage settlement of Sarah Ann Kitt.
Fields at Round Pool in Bodmin; house in St. Columb; Trewint in St. Minver; the Abbey premises, and property in Alverton Lane and Market Jew Street in Penzance.

BODMIN, LANTEGLOS-BY-FOWEY, LISKEARD, ST. WINNOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Couch/Moon).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/825  22 Oct. 1673

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Rich. Couch of Boconnoc, gent., to Geo. Couch.
Rents and incomes of Lidcot in Bodmin; houses and old walls in Bodmin borough; Colewood in St. Winnow; houses in Liskeard.

[no title]  CF/1/826  28 Mar. 1715

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Barbara Kelliow of Lansallos, wid., dau. of Geo. Couch, gent., decd., to Reg. Couch of Boconnoc, gent.
Trewidland in Liskeard; Costers Meadow in St. Winnow; Skints in Liskeard; rent of Lidcot in Bodmin, and houses and old walls in Bodmin borough; Colwood in St. Winnow.

[no title]  CF/1/827/1,2  13/14 June 1737

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Couch of St. Kew, gent., Chas. Meager of Mevagissey, gent., Thos. Curtis of St. Winnow, Thos. Helman of Boconnoc and Rich. Couch of Bodmin, innkeeper, and w. Mary, to Jn. Bell of New Inn, Mddx., gent.
Skints tenement in Liskeard; Trewidland in Liskeard; Constance meadow in St. Winnow; houses in Mixtow in Lanteglos-by-Fowey; Crebbige meadow in Bodmin; rents of Lidcot in Bodmin, and houses and old walls in Bodmin borough; houses in Liskeard.

[no title]  CF/1/828/1,2  8/9 July 1737

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rich. Couch of Bodmin, yeo., to Thos. Jorey of St. Tudy, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/829  Michaelmas term 1737

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery.
Jas. Hawkey, demandant, Rich. Couch and w. Mary, vouchees, Jn. Bell, tenant.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/830/1,2  8/9 Oct. 1740

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Jorey of St. Tudy, yeo., Rich. Couch of Bodmin, yeo., and Jn. Couch of St. Kew, gent., to Hen. Lukey of Bodmin, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/831/1,2  Michaelmas term 1740

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/832  1673-1740

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Deeds of Couch property in Bodmin, Liskeard and St. Winnow.

[no title]  CF/1/833  14 Mar. 1781


Related information: For Bodmin see also CRO Austen, Basset, Prideaux, Rashleigh, Sawle and Scawen composite deeds.

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine.
Edw. Moon of Liskeard, gent., to Jn. Jacket of Egloshayle, labourer, and w. Eliz., Wm. Sandys of St. Minver, clerk, and Theophilus Moon of Liskeard, gent.
Trewidlands, Skents Tenement and houses in Liskeard; Constance Meadow in St. Winnow; rents of Ludcott and houses in Bodmin (as above).

BOYTON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Harvey).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/834  28 Dec. 1750

Contents:
1000 yr. lease on mortgage for £400.
Jn. Harvey of Penzance, gent., to Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq.
South Beer-farm in Boyton, (part of premises leased by Jn. H. as mortgage to Sam. Addis, also including North Beer in Boyton, Polza in Jacobstow, Porcothan mills in St. Merryn and Trevore in St. Buryan).

Title deeds (Spettigue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/835  10 Apr. 1711

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Rob. Trewinnard of Budock, gent., to Rich. Blake of Boyton, yeo.
Doddacott (bought by Rob. T. from Hen. French).

[no title]  CF/1/836  12 Apr. 1711

Contents:
Mortgage for £75 (bargain and sale).
Rich. Blake of Boyton, yeo., to Jn. Spettigue of Newton in Boyton, yeo.
Doddacott (Rich. B. purchased property from Rob. Trewinnard).

[no title]  CF/1/837/1,2  3/4 Sep. 1712

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (lease and release).
Jn. Spettigue of Newton in Boyton, yeo., to Rich. May of Bodmin, gent.
Doddacott, in occ. of Rich. Blake.

[no title]  CF/1/838/1,2  12/13 Mar. 1732

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (lease and release).
Jn. Drake of Plymouth, gent., and Rich. May of Bodmin, butcher, to Hen. Lukey of Bodmin, gent.
Doddacott (assigned by Rich. May to Jn. Drake in 1731).

[no title]  CF/1/839  28 July 1733

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Hen. Lukey of Bodmin, gent., to Rich. Wymond of Boyton, gent.
Doddacott.

[no title]  CF/1/840  21 Sep. 1691

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Thos. Bligh of Botathan, esq., and s. Wm. B., to Jn. Spettigue of Northcott Hamblett, yeo.
Phil. Pedlar's tenement in Doddacott.

[no title]  CF/1/841/1,2  3/4 Aug. 1711

Contents:
Lease and release.
Digory Chapman of North Petherwin, yeo., and s. Digory C., to Jn. Spettigue of Boyton, yeo.
Half of Doddacott Down.

[no title]  CF/1/842/1,2  13 Apr. 1682

Contents:
Bargain and sale (also counterpart).
Thos. Harry of Boyton, yeo., to Degory Chapman of Boyton, yeo.
Moiety of Doddacott, late in occ. of Geo. Speere.

[no title]  CF/1/843  3 Dec. 1685

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Thos. Harry of Boyton, yeo., to Jn. Spettigue of Norcott Hamblett, Devon, gent.
Geo. Speere's tenement in Doddacott.

Title deeds (Wymond).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/844  3 Jan. 1718

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine.
Wm. Wymond of Bodmin, gent., and w. Frances, Stanbury Fowler of North Tamerton, gent., and w. Eliz., Rich. Wymond, gent., (s. of Wm. W.), and w. Mary, and Wm. Wymond jun., to Rob. Martyn of North Tamerton, gent.
Beardon.

[no title]  CF/1/845  c.1812

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Wm. Wymond.
Beardon farm.

[no title]  CF/1/846  25 Dec. 1767

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Rich. Wymond of Boyton, gent., Wm. Wymond of St. Veep, gent., (s. of Rich. W.), and w. Eliz., Rich. Wymond jun. of Beardon, esq., and w. Jane, and Jn. Spettigue of Boyton, yeo., and w. Ann, to Michael Allen of Truro, merchant, and Sam. Harris of Smalecombe, Lifton, Devon, gent.
Beardon, Doddacott and other Boyton property.

Leases (Duchy).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/847  19 July 1671

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Sarah Hele of Bradbridge, wid., to Duchy of Cornwall.
Bradbridge Barton, in manor of Boyton, formerly part of possessions of Launceston priory, now Duchy property.

Leases (Spettigue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/848  25 Dec. 1687

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hen. French of Plymouth, Jacobstow, gent., to Wm. Lucas of Trewen, yeo.
Dothacott alias Dodcott.

[no title]  CF/1/849/1,2  26 Mar. 1730

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Bodley Spettigue of St. Budeaux, Devon, esq., to Rich. Waymond of Boyton, gent.
House, gdn., orchard, grove and part of the meadow under the Dowle park, in Doddacott, late in occ. of Phil. Pedlar.

[no title]  CF/1/850  25 Mar. 1731

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Bodley Spettigue of St. Budeaux, Devon, gent., to Rich. Waymond of Boyton, gent.
Geo. Sheere's tenement at Doddacott.

Lease (Wymond).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/851  10 Apr. 1819

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Wm. Wymond of Lostwithiel, esq., to Wm. West of Egloshayle, yeo.
Beardon farm, with water grist-mill belonging to it, all in occ. of Rob. Sandercock.
Also 24 Mar. 1819: surrender by Rob. S. of above premises.

BOYTON, LAUNCESTON, WERRINGTON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Moyle/Rowe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/852  30 Mar. 1667

Contents:
Lease for a year.
Sir Walter Moyle of Bake, kt., to Nich. Rowe of Lamerton, Devon, gent.
Bragg's Wood alias Cottle's Wood in Boyton; East and West Pegaland in St. Stephen-by-Launceston; Grove Town in Wellington; house in Launceston, and small tithes of Northcott in Devon.

BOYTON, ST. VEEP. ST. WENN.  [no ref. or date]

Title Deeds (Welsh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/853/1-3  3 Apr. 1747

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine.
Rich. Wymond of Boyton, gent., and w. Mary, and w. Wm. W. to Thos. Welsh of Launceston, gent.
Darracott in Boyton; St. Cadix and Polmorla in St. Veep and St. Wenn.
Also final concord (and counterpart).

BREAGE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/854  2 Oct. 1834

Contents:
Draft release (lease for a year missing).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell to Rev. Jn. Rogers of Penrose, cleric.
2 fields called Castle Coffen, late in occ. of Thos. Polkinhorne in Breage.

Leases (Coode). (Manor of Methleigh).  [no ref. or date]

Methleigh Beacon.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/855  18 Aug. 1877

Contents:
Agreement to lease.
Edw. Coode of Polapit Tamar, Devon, esq., to Harrietts Anne Seymour of Porthleven, spr.
Methleigh Beacon property, to build house and lay out pleasure grounds (details given).

Nanscrow.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/856/1,2  5 Mar. 1755

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jane Kendall of Exeter, spr., Adam Pierce of Exeter, gent., and w. Eliz., Edw. Collins of St. Erth, clerk, Humphry Lawrence of Launceston, gent., and w. Charlotte, Chas. Bedford of Launceston, clerk, and Sibella and Hannah Kendall of Launceston, sprs., to Wm. Wherry of Breage.
Nanscrow (left by will of Northmore Herle, esq., to Eliz. Kendall, mother of all female parties to lease).

[no title]  CF/1/857  6 Mar. 1755

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Werry of St. Breock, esq., to bro. Peter W.
Nanscrow.

Porthlevan.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/858  20 Aug. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Jn. Richards of Breage, fisherman.
Lately-built house erected by Jn. R.'s mother Susanna Cowles, near Porthleven, with adj. land to be enclosed.

[no title]  CF/1/859  30 Nov. 1842

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Edw. Williams of Breage, yeo.
House in Porthleven.

[no title]  CF/1/860  6 Apr. 1863

Contents:
60 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode to Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
Land at Porthleven where lifeboat house has lately been built.

[no title]  CF/1/861  1872 (no day or month given)

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of Polapit Tamar, Devon, to Jn. Thomas of Porthleven.
House formerly built by Rich. Richards at Porthleven, with adj. gdn.

Little Tranno and Trevillans.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/862/1,2  13 Mar. 1878

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of Polapit Tamar, to Sam. Matthew and bro. Jas., both of Breage, farmers.
Farm and farmhouse called Little Tranno and South Trevillans.

Trequeen.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/863  30 Oct. 1868

Contents:
14 yr lease.
Edw. Coode to Geo. Treweek of Breage, yeo.
Farm, farmhouse and land at Trequeen.

Troon Tanner.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/864  20 Aug. 1841

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Stephens of Breage, yeo.
Troon Tanner.

General.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/865  20 Oct. 1829

Contents:
Draft lease for 99 yrs.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell to Fred. Rogers of Breage, esq.
Barn lately erected at expense of Jn. Johns of Breage, yeo, with adj. mowhay and land.

Lease (Radnor). (Manor of Helston Tony).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/866  4 June 1723

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Bodville, earl of Radnor, to Jos. Treweek of Wendron, clothier.
Property at Corworne in Breage, late in occ. of Jn. Rowles.

Lease (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/867  5 Oct. 1629

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to Edw. Coode sen. of Sithney, gent.
Tregeyow (? Tregew).

ST. BREOCK.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Werry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/868  11 July 1793

Contents:
Covenant to produce title deeds.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent., and Sir Wm. Lemon of Carclew, with Wm. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
Wm. W. to surrender deeds of property in St. Breock to Chas. R. and Wm. L., being allowed sight of them when necessary (property purchased at public auction, at sale of lands of Sir Jas. Laroche of London, bart.)

[no title]  CF/1/869  12 Aug. 1839

Contents:
Deed of settlement of estate of Jn. Werry, decd., late of Nanscow.
Thos. Werry of St. Breock, gent., and Ann Werry, spr., to Mary Werry of St. Breock, spr.
All property of Jn. W. decd, in St. Breock.

Lease (Betty).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/870  1703 (day and month obliterated)

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Betty of St. Blazey, gent., to Mary Marchall of St. Breock, wid., her s. Thos. Marchall, and Thos. Every, s. of Rich. E. of St. Breock.
Gdn. and plot of land in Burlaune Eglos called Charity Betty's old house.

Leases (Morice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/871/1-10  15 Apr. 1732

Contents:
Mortgage of leasehold property by way of lease and release.
Wm. Davis of St. Breock, periwig-maker, to Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Nanscow and Trehill in St. Breock (leased for 99 yrs. by Wm. Morice of Werrington to Wm. Davis, and in 1727
Assigned by mortgage by Wm. and Peter Davis to Thos. Werry).
Also bond and correspondence.

[no title]  CF/1/872  8 May 1733

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine.
Wm. Davis of St. Breock, yeo., and w. Jane, Jas. Hill of St. Issey, yeo., and w. Ann, and Thos. Werry of St. Breock, yeo., and w. Mary, and Peter Warne of St. Issey, yeo., to Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Property at Nanacow (as above).

Leases (Prideaux). (Manor of Hustyn).  [no ref. or date]

Cyllicott's tenement.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/873  1 Apr. 1779

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Humphry Prideaux of Place, esq., to Wm. West of St. Breock, yeo.
Cullacott's and Olver's tenements, late in occ. of Hen. Olver, then of Rich. Johns, husbandman, decd.

Hustyn.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/874/1,2  1 Nov. 1831

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Joseph Kessell of St. Breock, yeo.
Cottage lately built by Joseph K., with land lately enclosed by him, formerly part of the Mine Park, part of Hustyn Barton farm.

[no title]  CF/1/875  24 Oct. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Wm. Varcoe of St. Wenn, yeo.
Piece of waste land called the Handkerchief piece, part of Hustyn common; Wm. V. to build good dwelling-house, barn and outhouses within 2 years.

[no title]  CF/1/876  27 Oct. 1832

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune of Jn. Julian of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, yeo.
House and outbuildings lately built with adj. land, lately part of Hustyn Common.

[no title]  CF/1/877  12 Dec. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune of Place, to Jos. Kessell of St. Breock, yeo.
Piece of waste ground, part of Hustyn common.
Good husbandry clauses.
Also plan of Hustyn common and correspondence.
Also list of securities lodged in Place library 1794.

Tawgus.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/878  17 June 1816

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Jn. Meneer and Jas. Wedge of St. Breock, yeo.
House, outhouse and land at Taugus, late in occ. of Wm. Buscumb.

[no title]  CF/1/879  30 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Jn. Menneer of St. Breock, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/880  4 Feb. 1829

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Rich. Billing of St. Breock, yeo.
Tawgus, with land and adj. marsh, in occ. of Rich. Treverton.

Trerise.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/881  9 Feb. 1829

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Mary Werry of St. Breock, spr.
Little Trerise late in occ. of Jas. Carveth.

Treserricks.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/882  17 June 1816

Contents:
7 yr. lease (printed lease form).
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Rich. Barrett of St. Breock, yeo.
2 fields called Treserricks, in occ. of Wm. Cleave.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/883  30 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Thos. Kaye of St. Breock, gent.
Property as above.

Leases (Prideaux) (Manor of Padstow Penkivel).  [no ref. or date]

Nanseint.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/884  3 Dec. 1836

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Prideaux-Brune, esq., to Jas. Carveth of St. Breock, carpenter.
House lately erected by Jas. C., with piece of waste land adj. part of Nanseint, bounded on n. with the hill, on s. with road from St. Breock to Wadebridge, on e. with river and on w. by a line with gate across sd. road.

[no title]  CF/1/885  26 July 1872

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Chas. Prideaux-Brune of Prideaux, esq., to Chas. Hoskins of St. Breock, butcher.
Nanseint.

Penquean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/886  1 Nov. 1826

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Rev. Chas. Prideaux-Brune to Jn. Key of St. Breock, yeo.
Tenement in Penquean late in occ. of Hugh King.
Good husbandry clauses.

Leases (Radnor).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/887  2 Feb. 1715

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas., earl of Radnor, to Jas. Kestell of St. Breock, carpenter.
House and gdn. and 2 meadows near Wadebridge with commons in the marsh.
Tenant to grind corn at Polmorva mill.

Leases (Werry) (Manors of Pawton and Penleese).  [no ref. or date]

Collicoat's tenement.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/888  13 May 1831

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Werry, yeo., and Mary Werry, spr., both of St. Breock, to Phil. Kent of St. Breock, yeo.
Collicoat's and Trethewy's (alias Little Trerice) tenements.

Dunveth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/889  29 Sep. 1772

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yrs. lease.
Rebecca Pascoe of St. Breock, wid., to Wm. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
2 fields, part of Dunveth, late in occ. of Jn. Yelland (leased by Sir Wm. Morice of Werrington to Jn. Yelland of St. Stephen in Brannel in 1740).

[no title]  CF/1/890  15 Dec. 1783

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Wm. Molesworth of Pencarrow to Wm. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
Property as above, excepting house, smithy and gdn.

Nanscow.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/891  16 Dec. 1679

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Alice Gilbert of Bridgerule, wid., and her s. Sam. G., to Jn. Hicks of St. Breock, "near Wadebridge", yeo.
Land at Nanscow.
Attached to above:
18 July 1698.
Assignment of above property for remainder of term.
Joan Nicholl of St. Breock, wid., to Peter Hicks, Thos. Baron of St. Breock, yeos., and Thos. Dandy of Withiel, yeo.

[no title]  CF/1/892  19 Dec. 1689

Contents:
Lease for lives.
Thos. Horwell of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, gent., to Jn. Hicks of St. Breock, yeo.
Moiety of a tenement at Nanscow alias Lanscow late in occ. of Jos. More.

[no title]  CF/1/893  26 Dec. 1693

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Joan Nicholls of St. Breock, wid. of Jn. N., and extrix. of Jn. Hicks, both decd., and Jn. Barry of Padstow, stonelayer, to Joseph Hawkey of Erekenning, gent.
Property at Nanscow.

[no title]  CF/1/894  1 May 1716

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by way of assignment of 99 yr. lease
Peter Hicks of St. Breock, yeo., Jn. Pierce and Jn. Baron, both of St. Breock, yeos., and Mary Hicks, dau. of Peter Hicks, on marriage between Thos. Werry of St. Breock and Mary Hicks.
Nanscow (leased by Rich. Billing of Lanherne to Peter Hicks for 99 yrs. in 1706).

[no title]  CF/1/895  2 June 1769

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hen., lord Arundell, to Peter Werry of St. Breock, gent.
House, barn, stable, oxenhouse, outhouses, gdns., mowhay and land at Nanscow, late in occ. of Thos, Werry, father of Peter W.

Trelill.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/896  25 Sep. 1746

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Whiteborne of St. Breock, gent., to Jn. Samuel of Lanlivery, gent.
Trelill (leased by Sir Wm. Morice to Jn. Whiteborne in 1746).

[no title]  CF/1/897  7 Nov. 1753

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Whiteburne of St. Breock, gent., to Wm. Bower of Lostwithiel, merchant.
Tenement in Trelill late in occ. of Jn. Wherry of St. Breock.

[no title]  CF/1/898  10 Nov. 1758

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Molesworth of Pencarrow, esq., devisee of will of Sir Wm. Morice, decd., and Lady Bridget Bastard of Gorston, Devon, wid., to Peter Werry of St. Breock, yeo.
Tenement in Trelill late in occ. of Jn. Werry.

Trevanion.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/899/1,2  21 Feb. 1703

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Hender Silby of Trevelvar, esq., to Rich. Werry of St. Breock, yeo.
Geaches Moor, part of Trevanion.

[no title]  CF/1/900  13 Nov. 1707

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nathaniel Shepard of Trevelvar, esq., and w. Jane, to Rich. Werry of St. Breock, -Juxta-Wadebridge, yeo.
Lane Park, part of Trevanion in St. Breock, in occ. of Jn. Saunders

[no title]  CF/1/901  20 May 1778

Contents:
13 yr. lease.
Wm. Kessell of Probus, clothier, to Wm. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
Trevannin, late in occ. of Francis Pearce.

[no title]  CF/1/902  1 Jan. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Thos. Werry of St. Breock, yeo., to Mary W. of St. Breock, spr.
House, gdn. and outhouses at Trevanion, in occ. of Roger Gill, with pigs' house and gdn. in occ. of Peter Warne, and liberty to draw water from a stream running through the village of Trevanion, and liberty to scrape dung from doorways and gateways to the extent of 10 feet; also common of pasture on Trevanion marsh for a cow and a horse.

Trevorder.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/903  20 June 1766

Contents:
6½ yr. lease.
Jn. Stevens jun. of St. Breock, gent., to Wm. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
Part of barton of Trevorder.
Good husbandry clauses.

Wadebridge.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/904  2 Aug. 1758

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Molesworth, esq., and Lady Bridget Bastard of Erston, Devon, wid., to Wm. Collins of St. Breock, mason.
House, gdn. and herb-gdn. called the Chapel, with commons adj. for pigs, geese and ducks, in Wadebridge.

[no title]  CF/1/905  29 Sep. 1762

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Collins jun. of St. Breock, mason, to Thos. Tamlin of St. Breock, mariner.
Chapel tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/906  28 Oct. 1784

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Collins of Wadebridge, mason, to Jn. Collins of Wadebridge.
Property as in D.D.CF.904.

[no title]  CF/1/907  3 Jan. 1787

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Collins of St. Breock, mason, to Wm. Pollard of Egloshayle, carpenter.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/908  27 Aug. 1787

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Pollard of Egloshayle, carpenter, to Jn. Gilbert of Wadebridge, shopkeeper.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/909  30 Dec. 1826

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Mary Billing of Bristol, spr., Jn. Nankivell Billing of St. Tudy, yeo., and Edw. Billing of Devonport, draper, to Thos. Werry of St. Breock, yeo.
Property as above.

Various.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/910  21 June 1817

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Key of St. Breock, yeo., and Wm. Nicholl of Crantock yeo., assignees of estate of Thos. Biddick, bankrupt, and Thos. Biddick of St. Issey, yeo., to Thos. Werry of St. Breock, yeo.
House in n.e. corner of the Guddick park, with adj. house, all in occ. of Jn. Craig (leased by Rich. Harris to Thos. Biddick in 1803).

[no title]  CF/1/911  28 Aug. 1840

Contents:
Demise by way of gift for 40 yrs. (no rent).
Eliz. Sandy of Wadebridge, wid., to Ann Werry and Mary Werry, sprs., her sisters.
Eliz. Sandys' (née Werry) share in house in St. Breock, with goods and household furniture (Eliz. to use any furniture she needs).

ST. BREOCK, ST. ISSEY, PADSTOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Stevens). (Manor of Tregenna).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/912/1,2  17/18 Jan. 1769

Contents:
Lease and release.
Wm. Angove of St. Columb Major, gent., to Jn. Stevens jun. of St. Breock, gent.
Manor of Tregenna in St. Breock, St. Issey and Padstow; rents of Trewince in St. Issey,; Carthew in St. Issey; Legassick in St. Issey; house in New Street, Padstow; Trenathinick in Padstow.

[no title]  CF/1/913/1,2  28/29 Sep. 1804

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rob. Walker of St. Winnow, clerk, to Jn. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
Manorial rights of manor of Tregenna, and rents of Trewince, Carthew and Legassick in St. Issey, and Trenathenick and houses in Padstow.

ST. BREOCK, KILKHAMPTON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Werry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/914  11 Feb. 1703

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by way of bargain and sale.
Nich. Werry of St. Breock, gunsmith, and Eliz. Hooper of Milton Abbot, Devon, spr., dau. of Jn. H., yeo., to Rich. Hooper of St. Gennys, yeo. and Jn. Werry of St. Breock, yeo., on marriage between Nich. Werry and Eliz. Hooper.
Treneage in St. Breock, and part of Darracott in Kilkhampton, being the mens' chamber, the loft adj., commonly called the ship, and fields.

ST. BREOCK, ST. WINNOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Werry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/915/1,2  1836 (no day or month given)

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement, and abstract of deeds and papers relating thereto, on marriage between Wm. Werry and Mary Chappell, 7 Jan. 1760.
Treneage in St. Breock; Newanton in St. Nighton Churchtown; fields at Bosmayghan, and Polmena, all in St. Winnow.
For St. Breock see also Gregor, Prideaux, Rashleigh and Werry composite deeds.

ST. BREWARD.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Trelawny).  [no ref. or date]

Fendavy.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/916  20 Apr. 1716

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Trelawny of Hengar, esq., to Wm. Kernick of St. Breward, yeo.
Fendavy, with commons of pasture for all manner of commonable beasts in Roughtor, and fuel and turbary.

[no title]  CF/1/917  20 Jan. 1759

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sam. Michell of Hengar, esq., to Edw. Hawken of St. Breward, yeo.
Fendavy.

[no title]  CF/1/918  24 Jan. 1759

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Edw. Hawken of St. Breward, yeo., to Thos. Tory of St. Tudy, yeo.
Fendavy (leased by Chas. Trelawny to Wm. Kernick in 1716, as in 916.

[no title]  CF/1/919  16 Jan. 1761

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Tory of St. Tudy, yeo., to Nath. Lane of St. Mabyn, yeo., and Rich. Lane of St. Mabyn, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/920  27 Oct. 1763

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Nathn. Lane of St. Mabyn, yeo., to Jn. Harry of St. Mabyn, yeo.
Property as above.

ST. BURYAN, PENZANCE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Polkinghorne/Biscoe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/921  7 Apr. 1737

Contents:
Mortgage by way of bargain and sale, as security for payment of £558.
Hen. Polkinhorne of Helston, gent., to Joseph Biscoe of Middle Temple, gent.
House in St. Buryan Churchtown; Leskinneck alias Leskodjack, in Penzance; houses called Tonnangear in Chapel Street, and a meadow near the Green, all in Penzance.
For St. Buryan see also CRO Trevanion, Veale and Vyvyan composite deeds.

CALSTOCK.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Fowell) (Manor of Calstock).  [no ref. or date]

Dowrishes Tenement.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/922  22 Aug. 1702

Contents:
Articles of agreement to surrender.
Edm. Fowell of Calstock, gent., with Geo. Dipford of Tavistock, mercer.
Dowrishes tenement; Keen's tenement to be surrendered by Geo. D. to Edm. F.

[no title]  CF/1/923  1723 (day and month not given)

Contents:
Admission and surrender (copy of court roll).
Edm. Fowell of Calstock, gent., and Sam. Lyne of Launceston gent.
Dowrishes and Keen's tenements in Calstock.

[no title]  CF/1/924  16 Feb. 1741

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Edm. Fowell of Latchley, Calstock, gent., to Edm. Cheyne of Launceston, esq., administrator of will of Sam. Lyne decd.
Property as above.

Adam's tenement, Latchley.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/925  10 Aug. 1724

Contents:
Assignment by way of bargain and sale.
Edm. Fowell of Calstock, esq., to Sam. Lyne of Launceston gent.
Adam's tenement at Latchley.

[no title]  CF/1/926  20 Feb. 1719

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Edm. Fowell of Calstock, esq., to Joan Phillips of Stokeclimsland, wid.
Adam's tenement near Latchley, with all his goods and chattels except his and his wife's clothes.

Title deeds (Manaton/Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/927  18 Oct. 1727

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage.
Francis Manaton of Manaton, esq., to Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Harewood Barton.

CAMBORNE.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Spry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/928  29 Sep. 1833

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Mitchell of Camborne, innkeeper.
Bospebo, late in occ. of Jn. Jefferee.
Plan on dorse.

CAMELFORD.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (? Gaye).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/929  23 Oct. 1619

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Chris. Gaye of Camelford, yeo., to Hugh Hocken of Lanteglos-by-Camelford, gent.
Carvabyn in the borough of Camelford and parish of Lanteglos-by-Camelford.

CARDINHAM.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Glynn).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/930  25 Dec. 1741

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nich. Glynn of Glynn, esq., to Roger Henwood of Cardinham, yeo.
1/6 of houses and property at Cabilly Moorland in Cardinham with fireboote, houseboote, and ploughboote on South Cabilly.

[no title]  CF/1/931  1 June 1793


Related information: For Cardinham see also CRO Basset and Buckingham composite deeds.

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edm. Jn. Glynn of Glynn, esq., to Dan. Henwood of Cardinham, yeo.
Cabilly Moorland.

ST. CLEER.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/932  30 Jan. 1730

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., Wm. Cornish of Padstow, gent., Sampson Manaton of Kilworthy, Devon, esq., doctor of physic, to Geo. Isaak of Northill, yeo.
Smallacombe.
For St. Cleer see also Drake, Gwatkin, Langdon and Penwarne composite deeds.

ST. CLEER, EGLOSKERRY, LANEAST, LAUNCESTON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/933/1,2  4 June 1715

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine (also counterpart).
Jn. Picken of St. Cleer, yeo., and w. Susanna, s. Jn. P., and Sam. Lyne of Launceston, gent., to Jn. Smith of Launceston, gent., and Rob. Incledon of New Inn, London, gent.
Hender grove, Trewetha and Lurta, all in St. Cleer, and orchard in St. Mary, Launceston.

[no title]  CF/1/934  17 Sep. 1716

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Jn. Picken of St. Cleer, yeo., to Sam. Lyne of Launceston, gent.
Pollogenow in St. Cleer.

[no title]  CF/1/935  18 Sep. 1716

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Jn. Picken, sen. of St. Cleer, yeo., and s. Jn. P., to Sam. Lyne of Launceston, gent.
Hendergrove, Trewetha alias Trewithan, Lurta and Pellagenow in St. Cleer.

[no title]  CF/1/936  16 Sep. 1748

Contents:
Mortgage for £1,200 (bargain and sale).
Jn. Sawle of Penrice, esq., to Rich. Beach of Plymouth, surgeon.
Treludeck in Egloskerry; Trekinner in Laneast; messuage or brick house in Launceston, lately built by Sam. Lyne.

[no title]  CF/1/937/1,2  25/26 Mar. 1755

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £1,000 (lease and release).
Rich. Beach of Plymouth, surgeon, and Jn. Sawle of Penrice, esq., to Thos. Jones of St. Austell, gent.
Treskinner in Laneast; Hender Grove, Trewetha, and Lurta in St. Cleer.

[no title]  CF/1/938/1,2  4/5 Feb. 1761

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Jones of Trinity, gent., to Jn. Sawle of Penrice, esq.
Trekinner in Laneast; Sam. Lyne's brick house in Launceston near the south gate, Hender Grove, Trewetha alias Trewithan, and Lorta in St. Cleer, and Treludeck in Egloskerry.

ST. CLEMENT.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Spry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/939/1-11  21 Feb. 1863

Contents:
Draft conveyance.
Thos. Jas. Agar Robartes of Lanhydrock, esq., to Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt.
Homer Oxford meadow.
Also abstract of title, correspondence and plans of Truro.

Leases (Spry). (Manor of Tregolls).  [no ref. or date]

Tregolls.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/940  24 May 1861

Contents:
7½ yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Place to Rob. Tweedy of Tregolls, gent.
Tregolls house, with coach-house, stables, gdns., plantations, shrubberies and pleasure grounds, furniture and pictures.

[no title]  CF/1/941  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Jos. Giles of Truro, victualler.
Field at Tregolls late in occ. of Mary Clark.

[no title]  CF/1/942  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Rich. Bray of Troro, butcher.
Field at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/943  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas, esq., to Martin Hoit of Truro, yeo.
6 fields at Tregolls late in occ. of Geo. Allen and Martin Hoit.

[no title]  CF/1/944  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Wm. Gatley of Truro, gardener.
2 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/945  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Jn. Smith of Truro, gent.
Field at Tregolls late in occ. of Wm. Hurpur.

[no title]  CF/1/946  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Rob. Calfe of St. Clement, mason.
Field at Tregolls late in occ. of Thos. Devonshire.

[no title]  CF/1/947  29 Sep. 1784

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Wm. Wood of Truro, architect.
Horneybrook field, Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/948  29 Sep. 1785

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Sampson Scobell of Truro, yeo.
6 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/949  25 Dec. 1790

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Jn. Webb of Truro, merchant.
Brown's field at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/950  29 Sep. 1791

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Dav. Williams of Truro, assay master.
Part of Brown's field at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/951  29 Sep. 1791

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Humphry Scobell of Truro, yeo.
2 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/952  29 Sep. 1791

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Jn. Smith of Truro, excise officer.
2 fields at Tregolls late in occ. of Rob. Calfe and Jn. Smith.

[no title]  CF/1/953  29 Sep. 1791

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Wm. Gatley of Truro, gardener.
3 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/954/1,2  20 Nov. 1799

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Vice-admiral Thos. Spry of Place, to Rob. Calf of Truro, mason.
2 fields at Tregolls, late in occ. of Sampson Scoble (as in 948).

[no title]  CF/1/955/1,2  20 Nov. 1799

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Vice-admiral Thos. Spry of Place, to Michael Arthur of St. Clement.
5 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/956  20 Oct. 1803

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Jonas Kingwell of St. Clement, yeo.
4 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/957  8 Nov. 1805

Contents:
20 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Jas. Bone of Truro, linen draper.
Brown's field, part of Tregolls, late in occ. of Jn. Webb, wine-merchant (as in 949).

[no title]  CF/1/958  16 June 1806

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Admiral Thos. Spry of Place to Jas. Willyams of Truro, esq.
Field at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/959/1,2  25 Sep. 1806

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Wm. Moon of St. Clement, mason.
2 fields at Tregolls late in occ. of Jn. Buckingham, surgeon.

[no title]  CF/1/960  31 July 1807

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Humphry Scobell of St. Clement, yeo.
4 fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/961  28 Nov. 1807

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Wm. Pearce of Truro, inn-keeper.
2 fields at Tregolls late in occ. of Jn. Smith, excise officer (as in 945).

[no title]  CF/1/962  30 Dec. 1809

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Clement Carlyon of Kenwyn, doctor of physic.
2 fields part of Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/963  1 Sep. 1813

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Michael Arthur of St. Clements, yeo.
Fields at Tregolls.

[no title]  CF/1/964  28 Feb. 1818

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Jn. Mashford of Truro, gardener.
Garden moor, part of Tregolls barton.

[no title]  CF/1/965  27 Nov. 1819

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Killiganoon, esq., to Matthew Courtnay of St. Clement, confectioner.
Horney's brook field at Tregolls, late in occ. of Humphry Scobell (as in 947 and 951).

[no title]  CF/1/966  1 Oct. 1830

Contents:
10 yr. lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq., to Sam. Prior of St. Clement, yeo.
Fields at Tregolls.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/967  12 Dec. 1834

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Gatley of St. Clement, dairyman.
Field at Tregolls late in occ. of Wm. Pearce.

[no title]  CF/1/968  11 Nov. 1836

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Salter and Jas. Launder of St. Clement, maltsters.
2 fields formerly one field at Tregolls, late in occ. of Wm. Trevithick.

[no title]  CF/1/969/1-3  21 Dec. 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart, also copy).
Anna Maria Agar of Lanhydrock, to Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt.
Homer Oxford meadow.
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/970  20 Feb. 1838

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Thos. Cock of Kenwyn, dairyman.
Field at Tregolls late in occ. of Wm. Clark, dairyman.

[no title]  CF/1/971  16 Nov. 1840

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Jeremiah Reynolds of Truro, grocer.
Fields at Tregolls late in occ. of Sam. Prior.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/972  16 Nov. 1840

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Margt. Gibbs Simpson of Truro, wid.
2 fields formerly one field in Tregolls, late in occ. of Rob. Julian.

[no title]  CF/1/973  11 Apr. 1845

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Geo. Lord of Truro, dairyman, and Jn. Tippett of Truro, auctioneer.
2 fields late in occ. of Margt. Gibbs (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/974/1,2  24 Nov. 1845

Contents:
8 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Thos. Mann of Truro, builder.
Field at Tregolls late in occ. of Wm. Salter.
Also agreement to lease.

[no title]  CF/1/975  1 Sep. 1847

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Thos. Mann of Truro, builder.
Bays meadow part of Tregolls

[no title]  CF/1/976  9 Oct. 1852

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls ot Rob. Venton and Wm. Gill of Truro, gardeners.
Paske's field at Tregolls.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/977  14 Aug. 1852

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Rob. Venton and Wm. Gill of Truro, gardeners.
2 fields, part of Tregolls.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/978  14 Aug. 1852

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Sam. Wade of Truro, spirit merchant.
Part of Horneybrook meadow late in occ. of Thos. Mann.

[no title]  CF/1/979  29 Sep. 1856

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Jn. George of Truro, livery stable keeper.
Field at Tregolls with cattle house and gdn., late in occ. of Thos. Gavill.

[no title]  CF/1/980  1869 (no day or month given)

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rich. Spry of London, esq., to Thos. Spargo of St. Clement farmer.
Fields at Tregolls.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/981  29 May 1852

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Jn. Usticke Scobell of Montvale House, Somerset, esq.
Use of stream running from corner of a field at Tregolls Barton called Eastern Horneybrook field, running westward adj. Scobell's land called the vineyard, for working a water wheel of Scobell's, tenant to supply Spry's cattle with sufficient water.

Timber pond, quarry and limekiln.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/982  17 June 1853

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Baynard of Truro, esq.
Timber pond in St. Clement adj. new road leading to Malpas adj. Jn. Gally's pond.

[no title]  CF/1/983  26 May 1853

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Jn. Galley of Truro, merchant.
Timber pond on new road to Malpas adj. Mr. Baynard's pond at St. Clement.

[no title]  CF/1/984/1,2  5 Mar. 1853

Contents:
7 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Thos. Martin of Truro, yeo.
Poltisco quarry in St. Clement.
Detailed clauses concerning maintenance, working and use of quarry.

[no title]  CF/1/985  29 May 1852

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Rob. and Edw. Michell of Truro, merchants.
Limekiln in Poltisco field on left of road leading from Truro to Malpas; with quay and dock under field on right of road.
Plan on dorse.

ST. CLETHER.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Baron).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/986  2 July 1625

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Baron of Egloskerry, yeo., to Jn. Arscott of Annery, Devon, esq.
1/9 of Tregolan, with commons of pasture on Foweymoor.

COLAN.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/987/1-3  20 Dec. 1816

Contents:
13 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Vivian of St. Eval, yeo., and Rich. Rundle of Colan, yeo.
Melionek alias Up-on-the-hill, in Little Colan, late in occ. of Rich. Jacka.
Good husbandry clauses.
Also conditions of survey for setting Melionek, 20 Feb. 1816.

ST. COLUMB MAJOR.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Arundel/Best).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/988/1,2  1/2 Nov. 1801

Contents:
Lease and release.
Hen., lord Arundel, Chas., lord Clifford, and Jas. Everard Arundel of Lincoln, esq., to Jn. Best of St. Columb, upholsterer.
Ruinous dwelling-houses bounded on s. with street of St. Columb; also other houses and buildings in St. Columb.

[no title]  CF/1/989/1,2  4/5 May 1821

Contents:
Lease and release.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., devisee of Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., to Joseph Norway of St. Columb Major, gent., and Hen. Lambe of St. Austell, gent., Joseph N.'s trustee.
Share of fields, orchards and gdns. in St. Columb on s. side of road from St. Columb to Tresaddern, part of Carter's alias Town tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/990/1,2  7/8 Aug. 1833

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Williams of St. Columb, yeo., to Jn. Best of St. Columb, upholsterer and Rich. Best of St. Columb, linen draper.
Share of gdns., orchards etc. in St. Columb.

[no title]  CF/1/991/1,2  3/4 Aug. 1830

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Coheldick of St. Just in Roseland, yeo., and Joseph Norway of St. Columb, gent., to Jn. Best of St. Columb, upholsterer, and Wm. Kent Peter of Padstow, gent.
Property formerly sold by Edw. Coode to Joseph Norway (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/992  29 June 1839

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (1000 yr. lease).
Jn. Best of St. Columb Major, Cabinet-maker, Sarah Trevosso Carbis of St. Austell, spr., and Nich. Carbis of St. Austell, gent. (Sarah's father), to Jn. Basset Collins of St. Columb, gent., and Nich. Martin of St. Austell, gent., on marriage between Jn. Best and Sarah Carbis.
House built by Jn. Best sen., with adj. property, formerly several ruinous dwelling-houses in St. Columb; also fields on s. side of road from St. Columb to Tresaddern.

Title deed (Bates).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/993  1872

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Wm. Bates.
Premises at Talskiddy.

Title deeds (Coode/Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

Bospolvans and Penleyty.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/994  1 May 1799

Contents:
Mortgage for £350 (assignment of leasehold property).
Jn. Dungey of Padstow, gent., to Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq.
Fields at Penleyty in St. Columb; fields near Kit's lane, part of Bospolvans; house in St. Columb; house in Bullock Market, St. Columb.

St. Lawrence.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/995  23 Mar. 1813

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Wm. Bond of St. Columb, cordwainer, to Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq.
House and gdn. in St. Lawrence at higher end of St. Columb town.

Holland's Tenement.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/996/1,2  29/30 Sep. 1821

Contents:
Lease and release.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., devisee of Thos. Rawlings decd., to Rich. Long of Bodmin, gent., and Jn. Tebilcock of St. Columb Major, yeo., Rich. L.'s trustee.
House in St. Columb, part of Holland's Tenement.

Trugo.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/997  1860

Contents:
Draft abstract of title.
Edw. Coode.
Trugo.

Manor of St. Columb.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/998  2 May 1831

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Thos. Whitford and
Francis Camborne Paynter of St. Columb Major, gents.
Manor of St. Columb.

Title deed (Long).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/999/1,2  1/2 Mar. 1827

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rich. Long of Bodmin, gent., to Wm. Cayzer of St. Columb, hatter, and Jas. Cayzer of St. Columb, upholsterer.
House in St. Columb, part of Holland's tenement, late in occ. of Jn. Symons.

Title deed (Masterman).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1000  9 Dec. 1791

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage.
Sam. Hext of Lostwithiel, esq., and Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., exors. of Wm. Masterman of Trinity, decd., to Edm. Hearle of St. Columb Major, gent.
Tresodden, with common of pasture on Castle Dennis downs.

Title deed (Read).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1001/1,2  13/14 Apr. 1812

Contents:
Lease and release.
Loveday Read of Tremeare, St. Tudy, wid., and daus. Susanna, Hannah, and Barbara to Peter Rowe of St. Columb Major, yeo.
Part of Bospolvan (or Day's and Carthew's tenements), in occ. of Wm. Rowe.

Leases (Coode/Rawlings'). (Manor of St. Columb).  [no ref. or date]

Gluvian.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1002  1 July 1766

Contents:
Assignment of several leasehold terms of 99 yrs.
Hen. Warne of St. Columb Major, gent., administrator of goods of Chris. Warne, decd., to Wm. Rawlings of St. Columb Major, gent., who married Cath., dau. of Chris. Warne.
Field leased by Mary Vivian of Trewan, wid., and Thos. Vivian of Treleage, St. Keverne, esq., to Chris. Warne, for 99 yrs., 2 Sep. 1737.
Gluvian meadow and house, formerly Bodies' shop, with adj. gdn. late in occ. of Thos. Hawke, at Gluvian, with common of pasture for 10 sheep and one young bullock on St. Gluvian down.
Barn ground late in occ. of Sam. Batten, leased by Frances Gifford of Lanherne, wid., and Hen., lord Arundel of Wardour, to Chris. Warne, clothier, 3 May 1748, and later re-leased to him by Mary, lady Arundel, 2 June 1759.
Hodges Parks leased by Mary, Lady Arundel, to Chris. Warne 23 Apr. 1764.
House and gdn. in St. Columb on w. of high street, and shop with chambers over, formerly a dwelling-house, leased by Hen., lord Arundel, and w. Mary, to Chris. Warne, in 1754.

Tregantillian.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1003  1 Jan. 1819

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., to Gerrance Tink of St. Columb, yeo.
Tregantillian, late in occ. of Phil. Birchthought, with Barn Ground farm and the victors

Tresithney.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1004  1 Apr. 1819

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jn. Chapman of Little Colan, blacksmith, and Rob. Chapman of Little Colan, blacksmith.
Property at Tresithney, late in occ. of Peter Hawke and now of Rich. Glanville.

Grose Tenement.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1005/1,2  1 Dec. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Rich. Clatworthy of St. Columb Major, carpenter.
Cabbage moor, part of Grose tenement, late in occ. of Rich. Glanville.

Lease (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1006  30 July 1718

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Peter Tremean of St. Columb Major, fellmonger.
4/9 of Bronewithen Woollas late in occ. of Thos. Tremean alias Cocking, and Simon Rawling.

Lease (Sawle). (Manor of Tregameare).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1007  14 July 1735

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll).
Mary Vivian of Trewan, wid., to Vivian Joseph Sawle of Penrice, esq., and s. Jn. S.
Tregameare Corn mill.

ST. COLUMB MAJOR, ST. COLUMB MINOR.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Prideaux/Sampson).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1008/1,2  26 Mar. 1855

Contents:
Draft conveyance.
Mary Prideaux-Brune of Newham, spr., to Ben. Sampson of Greatwood, Mylor, esq.
Nanswhydden, Trevithick Barton, house and carpenter's shop, formerly a smithy called Parkyn's shop at Nanswhydden, all in St. Columb Major; East and West Nantornan downs and adj. smithy in St. Columb Minor.
Also abstract of title of Mary Prideaux-Brune.

[no title]  CF/1/1009  1858 (no day or month given)

Contents:
Draft reconveyance.
Mary Prideaux-Brune of Newham, spr., to Ben. Sampson of Mylor, esq.
Property as above.

Title deed (Rawlings/Coade).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1010/1,2  11/12 Dec. 1809

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rev. Rob. Hoblyn of Nanswhydden, clerk, to Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, clerk.
Hendra Veor alias Hendra Marshall in St. Columb Minor, late in occ. of Thos. Drew, with cottage in occ. of Jn. Christian; also part of house in St. Columb Major late in occ. of Wm. Callaway, clothier, with house adj., in occ. of Jane Willoughby.

ST. COLUMB MAJOR, ST. ENODER.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1011  14 Aug. 1862

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, esq., to Jn. Hellyar sen. and jun. of St. Eval, yeos.
Trevussa in St. Enoder; Tresithney and Grose in St. Columb.

[no title]  CF/1/1012  15 June 1877

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of Polapit Temar, Devon, esq., to Jn. Hellyar of St. Enoder, yeo.
Property as above.

ST. COLUMB MAJOR, ST. ERVAN, PADSTOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1013/1,2  21/22 July 1816

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., and Francis Paynter and Sam. Paynter of London, to Jn. Paynter of London, builder.
Treravell field in Padstow; fields at Trerethen; Polgreen in St. Ervan; Treglinnick in St. Ervan; reputed manor of St. Columb; house adj. Red Lion Inn and Bowling Green in St. Columb; Ship Inn in St. Columb; brewhouse, malthouse, dung pool, malt mills, with adj. fulling mills, grist mills and Linkinswith tenement, all in St. Columb.

[no title]  CF/1/1014  22 July 1816

Contents:
Appointment of receiver of rents.
Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., Francis and Sam. Paynter of London, to Wm. Paynter of Perloes in Wadebridge, surveyor.
Properties as above.

ST. COLUMB MAJOR, ST. MINVER.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Duchy).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1015  21 Feb. 1797

Contents:
31 yr. lease.
Prince of Wales to Wm. Sandys of St. Minver, clerk.
Manors of Penmayne in St. Minver and Talskedy in St. Columb, with priveleges of hunting, hawking, fishing and fowling.

ST. COLUMB MAJOR, ROCHE.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Various).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1016  12 Dec. 1853

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold properties for trust settlement.
Andrew Pearce of Roche, yeo., to Rich. Pain of Roche, yeo.
Part of Ennisworgey in St. Columb, leased by Vyvyan to Wm. Retallack for 99 yrs. in 1800; (Andrew Pearce m. Retallack's dau.)
Belovely tenement in Roche, leased by Nich. Phillips to Andrew Pearce for 99 yrs.
Woon in Roche, leased by Earl of Falmouth to Andrew Pearce for 99 yrs. in 1834.

ST. COLUMB MINOR.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coode/Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1017/1,2  1/2 Jan. 1821

Contents:
Lease and release.
Edw. Coade of St. Austell, gent., devisee of Thos. Rawlings and Rev. Wm. Rawlings of Padstow, clerk, to Jn. Carter jun. of St. Columb Minor, fisherman.
The Old Inn at Towan, with adj. stables and small dwelling-house in front, also part of Towan common, all in occ. of Jn. Carter.

Leases (Arundel).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1018  1 Aug. 1778

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Hen., lord Arundel of Wardour, to Jn. Henwood of Cubert, yeo.
Trebelzue mansion house and barton in Lower St. Columb, late in occ. of Thos. Morcomb decd., now of Jn. Whitford.
Good husbandry clause.

[no title]  CF/1/1019/1,2  29 Dec. 1767

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Mary, lady Arundel of Wardour, to Thos. Morcomb of St. Columb, yeo.
Higher Trebelzue.

Lease (Lomax) (Manor of Towan Blistra).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1020  1843 (no day or month given)

Contents:
Draft assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rich. Hicks of Lower St. Columb, maltster to Jos. Thos. Treffry of Place, esq.
Plot of ground on s. side of beacon bounded on s. with road leading to Towan Head, on e. with road leading to the Fly fish cellars; also plot of land above the high cove bounded on n. and w. with road to pier (leased by Rich. Lomax to Rich. Hicks for 99 yrs. in 1834).

Leases (Spry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1021  29 Sep. 1830

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq., to Rich. Nicholls of St. Columb Minor, yeo.
Great Trebilsue.

[no title]  CF/1/1022  23 Apr. 1853

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Rich. Cardell of St. Columb Minor, farmer.
Great and Little Trebelzue.

ST. COLUMB MINOR, ST. MAWGAN IN PYDAR.  [no ref. or date]

Deed (Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1023  24 Dec. 1812

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Chas., lord Clifford of Chudleigh, Devon, Baron Arundel of Wardour, Mary Christina, lady Arundel, wid., Lancelot Shadwell sen. and jun. of Lincoln's Inn, gents., hon. Rob. Clifford of Ugbrooke, Devon, gent., Chas. Shadwell, Jn. Benbow, Chas. Addis, Jn. Philpot, gents., to Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., Edw. Fox of Gonvena, Egloshayle, esq., and Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
House and mill called Lanherne mill, and mill meadow adj., also orchard called Tuckingmill orchard in Mawgan-in-Pydar (Manor of Lanherne); Mellenvrane mill and adj. house and meadow in St. Columb Minor (Manor of Treley).

CONSTANTINE.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Hearle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1024  30 Aug. 1743

Contents:
Mortgage by way of assignment of 1000 yr. lease.
Eliz. Warren of Penryn, wid., and Hen. Symonds of Constantine, yeo., to Jn. Turner of Penryn, doctor of physic. Trevassack Veor.

Leases (Hill).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1025/1-6  8 Mar. 1783

Contents:
Wm. Hill of Helston, esq., to Rich. Willey late of Ruan Minor now of Bristol, yeo.
House and gdn. in Gweek Wartha, with meeting-house croft adj. Wm. Hill's meeting-house late in occ. of Thos.
Forster then of Jas. Tamblyn; also the melting-house and the old stamping mill, with yards, land and watercourse; tenant to grind corn at Mellenoweth mill (manor of Carwythenack), providing a man to repair leats one day yearly; tenant to have liberty to take down melting-house and use materials and water for any purpose, including stamping mills, but not for grist or malt mill; Wm. H. to pay compensation to tenant if he diverts water, thereby causing hardship.
Also legal papers concerning tenancy.

Leases (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

Carnamen.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1026  18 Dec. 1682

Contents:
Lease for life.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek to Rich. James of Constantine, yeo, and w. Eliz.
Carsamen or Carnamen.

Penallgy.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1027  17 Apr. 1703

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Wm. Mohun of Trencreek, esq., to Peter Cock of Constantine, yeo.
Penallgy (manor of Tucoise).

Tucoys.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1028  14 Nov. 1674

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nath. Mohun of Creed, esq., to Jn. Trengrowse sen. of Constantine, yeo.
Tucoys (manor of Tucoys), late in occ. of Jehan Grigg, wid., decd., now of Hen. Treuren and Jn. Trengrowse.

[no title]  CF/1/1029  17 Apr. 1728

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 3 lives.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., and Rob. Carnbellack of Constantine, yeo.
Tucoys, now in occ. of Jn. and Bridget Trengrowse.

[no title]  CF/1/1030/1,2  29 Sep. 1716


Related information: For Constantine see also CRO Buckingham, Penwarne and Vyvyan composite deeds.

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Cuthbert Rowe of Constantine, yeo.
Wenmoth's tenement, part of Tucoys, late in occ. of Rich. Wenmoth.

CORNELLY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Trevanion).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1031  26 June 1802

Contents:
Mortgage for £500.
Jn. Trevanion Purnell Bettesworth Trevanion of Carhays, esq., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., and Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq.
Grogoth Wollas.

[no title]  CF/1/1032/1,2  1/2 Dec. 1812

Contents:
Lease and release.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., and Jn. Trevanion Purnell Bettesworth Trevanion of Carhays, esq., to Rev. Wm. Hocker of St. Mewan, clerk.
Grogoth, late in occ. of Rich. Perryman, now of his son Wm. P.

Lease (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1033  1 Dec. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edwd. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Broad, "a poor or labouring man" of Cornelly.
Piece of waste ground formerly excavated for working a quarry from and out of Furze Croft, part of Penpell, on s. of road from Tregony to Cornelly, in occ. of Geo. Miners.

CORNELLY, VERYAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Gregor).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1034  7 June 1850

Contents:
Draft appointment of trustees of Gregor marriage settlement.
Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., Gordon Wm. Francis Gregor and w. Loveday Sarah, Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Rev. Edw. Fanshawe Glanville of Oxford, to Edw. Coode of St. Austell, esq.
Killiow in Cornelly; Portloe and Trethennal in Veryan.

CRANTOCK.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Bligh/Michell).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1035  Trinity term 1667

Contents:
Final concord.
Thos. Michell, querant, and Peter Bligh, gent. and w. Jane, deforciants.
Langurrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1036  13 Oct. 1670

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine.
Peter Bligh of Crantock, gent., and w. Jane, to Thos. Michell of Crantock, merchant, and Thos. Curtis of Crantock, merchant.
Langurrow, Nankelly and Trebelvith.

[no title]  CF/1/1037  c.1686

Contents:
Record of plea of debt (Hendy v. Bligh).
Wm. Hendy and w. Jenepher, formerly Jenepher Bligh, spr., and Hen. Bligh, s. and heir of Peter B., gent.
Langurrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1038  11 Nov. 1701

Contents:
Assignment of judgement (bargain and sale).
Wm. Hendye of St. Mewan, yeo., to Ralph Mitchell of St. Mewan, clerk.
Property at Langurrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1039  15 Nov. 1701

Contents:
Bond in £80.
Hen. Bligh of St. Columb Major, gent., s. of Peter B. decd., Peter Bligh of St. Columb Major, gent., and s. Peter, and Jane B., wid., to Wm. Hendy of St. Mewan, yeo.
To perform covenants in deed of even date.

[no title]  CF/1/1040/1,2  Easter term 1702

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Wm. Hendy, querant and Hen. Bligh, gent., Peter Bligh, gent., and Jane B., wid., deforciants.
Property at Langurrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1041  22 Nov. 1724

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Nich. Younge of St. Mewan, gent., to Nich., Ralph and Wm. Michell.
Langurrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1042  24 Nov. 1724

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Ralph Michell of St. Mewan, pewterer, to Nich. Michell of Plymouth, grocer.
Langurrow, (bequeathed to Michell by Wm. Hendy of Bosythy in St. Mewan).

[no title]  CF/1/1043  26 Jan. 1724

Contents:
Lease for a year.
Wm. Michell of Plymouth, grocer, to Nich. Michell, his brother, of Plymouth, grocer.
Part of Langurrow.

Leases (Bligh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1044/1,2  16 Mar. 1624

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Degory Bligh of Crantock, gent., to Wm. Huddy of Crantock, yeo.
Langurrow, with commons of pasture on Goseprebend moors.

[no title]  CF/1/1045  6 Aprl. 1670

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Peter Bligh of Crantock, gent., and w. Jane, Adam Day of Higher St. Columb, gent., and Jn. Day of St. Just in Roseland, clerk, to Thos. Michell of Crantock, merchant.
Langurrow, Nankelly and Trebilveth.

Lease (Scawen).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1046  2 May 1718

Contents:
Reassignment of 99 year lease.
Nich. Johns of St. Eval, yeo., and Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Jn. Nicholls jun. of Crantock, yeo.
Pentire, (leased by Wm. Scawen to Gregory May in 1709; May's extrix. Grace Hicks m. Nich. Johns; Grace and Nich. Johns assigned property to Warwick Mohun of Luney).

CRANTOCK, ST. ENODER, NEWLYN.  [no ref. or date]

Deeds (Hennah).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1047/1,2  28/29 Sep. 1789

Contents:
Lease and release.
Geo., lord Falmouth, to Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, esq.
Manor of Nancolleth, with Nancolleth, Tredinnick, Mitchell and Helwin, in St. Enoder, Newlyn and Crantock; Trevilson Trefall in Newlyn; ½ of Stephens' tenement in Mitchell; ½ Arallas in Mitchell.

[no title]  CF/1/1048/1,2  23/24 Oct. 1799

Contents:
Lease and release.
Sir Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, bart., to Rich. Hennah of St. Austell, clerk.
Property as above.

CRANTOCK, ST. MEWAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Gaved).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1049/1-3  12/13 Oct. 1788

Contents:
Deed to make a tenant to the praecipe (lease and release), with Exemplification of a Common Recovery.
Jonas Gaved of St. Mewan, wool-comber, to Thos. Peake of Southampton Buildings, London, gent., and Wm. Rundell of St. Mewan, gent.
Property in Langurrow, Trevilveth, Lebreen and Churchtown, with fields including the bowling meadow, in Crantock; 1/3 of Lower Trelowth in St. Mewan.

Leases (Gaved).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1050/1,2  21 Sep. 1788

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jonas Gaved of St. Mewan, clothier, to Jn. Gaved of St. Mewan, butcher.
Property as above.

CREED.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Buller).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1051  15 July 1802

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jas. Buller of Shillingham, esq., to Rev. Geo. Moore of Grampound, clerk.
Bosulliow in Creed, late in occ. of Marmaduke Pardew.

Lease (Crews).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1052  25 Mar. 1749

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Nich. Crews of Fowey, gent., to Joanna Polkinghorne of Creed, wid.
½ malthouse in Trevellack, with adj. orchard, also St. Ounter's field, Great Moor, Duck Moor, nursery and willow gdn.

Leases (Hawkins). (Manor of Tybesta).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1053  8 Feb. 1784

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll).
Wm. Turner to Anth. Barbary.
Pristhillick meadow.

[no title]  CF/1/1054  26 Sep. 1788

Contents:
Declaration of trust for Wm. Turner's children.
Anth. Barbary of Cuby, yeo., to Jn. Symons of Grampound, gent.
House, gdn. and meadow, formerly one field called Pristhillick meadow.

[no title]  CF/1/1055  22 Aug. 1803

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll).
Mary Barbary, wid. of Anth. B., to Wm. Barbary, eldest s. of Mary and Anth. B.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1056  22 Aug. 1803

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll).
Wm. Barbary to Wm. Edw. Dillon, clerk.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1057  22 Aug. 1803

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Jane Turner of Grampound, wid., Rich. Turner, yeo., Wm. Turner of Gerrans, yeo., Jn. T., yeo., Anth. T., yeo., and Honor and Jane T. of St. Clement, sprs., to Rev. Wm. Edwd. Dillon of Grampound.
Property as above.

CUBY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1058  7 Dec. 1696

Contents:
Agreement concerning rent and legacies.
Stephen Hewgoe of St. Austell, clerk, and Eliz. Tremayne of St. Austell, wid., to Jn. Sawle of Penrice.
Park Anorleth and land at Gargus (pre-nuptial settlement between Eliz. Tremayne and Stephen Hewgoe in 1696, with arrangement for children's trusts).
(Good initial letter).

Lease (Gurney).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1059  7 Sep. 1822

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Rev. Rich. Gurney of Tregony, clerk, to Jn. Devonshire of Cuby, yeo.
Sorew (? Soarns).
Good husbandry clauses.

Leases (Spry/Coode).  [no ref. or date]

Gargus.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1060  6 June 1797

Contents:
14 or 21 yr. lease.
Rich. Thomas of Veryan, esq., and Wm. Richards of Probus, glazier, to Rich. Bassett of Cuby, yeo.
Little or yonder Tregargus.

[no title]  CF/1/1061/1,2  31 Aug. 1804

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edwd. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Geo. Andrew of Tregony, yeo., and Rich. Merton of Tregony, yeo.
Yonder Gargus alias Lower Gargus, in occ. of Rich. Bassett as tenant.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1062/1,2  12 Aug. 1765

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Adam Pierce of Exeter, exor. of w. Eliz. (nee Kendall), Sibella Kendall, spr., Jn. Bedford of Launceston, clerk, and w. Hannah (nee Kendall), Humphry Lawrence of Launceston gent., and w. Charlotte (nee Kendall), all devisees of Jane Kendall, decd., to Wm. Richards of Probus, carpenter.
Gargoose (Gargus), late in occ. of Francis Polkinhorne.

[no title]  CF/1/1063  20 Nov. 1799

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Vice-admiral Thos. Spry of Place to Jas. Rowe of Cuby, yeo.
Gargus Jenkin, late in occ. of Jas. Snell.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1064  24 Sep. 1811

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Rich. Murton of Cuby, yeo.
Fields, part of Gargus Jenkin, in occ. of Jas. Rawe.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1065/1,2  24 Dep. 1811

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Hen. Tiller of Tregony, yeo. Gargus Jenkin.

[no title]  CF/1/1066  14 Oct. 1820

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Killiganoon, Admiral of the Red, to Rich. Murton of Cuby, yeo.
Gargus Jenkin.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1067  10 Feb. 1832

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq., to Thos. Woolcock of Cuby, yeo.
Gargus.

[no title]  CF/1/1068  22 Dec. 1834

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Rich. Murton of Cuby, yeo.
Gargus Jenkin.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1069/1,2  1 Sep. 1847

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Wm. Dungey and Joseph Body of St. Ewe, yeos.
Middle Gargus, late in occ. of Thos. Woolcock.

[no title]  CF/1/1070  20 Dec. 1854

Contents:
7 or 12 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Jn. Hawkin of Cuby, yeo.
Middle and Higher Gargus.
Good husbandry clauses.

Lamparrow.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1071  29 Sep. 1747

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Ursula Thomas, wid., and Jn. Thomas esq. of St. Clement to Geo. and Zacheus Andrew of Tregony borough, saddlers.
Lamparrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1072/1,2  29 Sep. 1785

Contents:
21 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sam. Thomas of Tregolls, esq., to Jas. Rowe of Tregony, borough, yeo.
Tenement with barn, oxenhouse and mowhay, called Lamparrow.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1073/1,2  13 June 1813

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Thos. Whitley of Cuby, yeo.
Lamparrow.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1074  14 Oct. 1818

Contents:
9 yr. lease.
Thos. Spry of Place, esq., to Thos. Whitley of Cuby, yeo.
Lamparrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1075/1,2  12 Aug. 1833

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq., to Joseph Body sen. and jun. of St. Ewe, yeos.
Lamparrow.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1076  14 Sep. 1847

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Joseph Body of St. Ewe, yeo.
Lamparrow.
Good husbandry clauses.

Lease (Stackhouse).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1077  1 Nov. 1847

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rev. Wm. Stackhouse of Trehane, clerk, to Nich. Andrews of Cuby, yeo.
Little Hallbote.
Good husbandry clauses.

CUBY, ST. EWE, DEVON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Hicks/Hawkins).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1078  1724

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to lands mortgaged to Hen. Hawkins by Jn. Hicks, now assigned by Hawkins to Jn. Birkhead.
Gossmoor, Gargus and Pitts downs in Cuby; Lavalsa, Polmassick, Tregian, Pengelly in St. Ewe, and Colyton Rawleigh in Devon.

CUBY, VERYAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1079  20 Mar. 1576

Contents:
Feoffment.
Rich. Crane of Crane, Camborne, sen., and s. Rich. C., Nick Kympthorne of Luney, gent., and w. Kath., formerly w. of Wm. Crane esq., to Rich. Rashleigh of Fowey, esq.
Newton in Cuby and Trempessack in Veryan.

[no title]  CF/1/1080/1,2  Hilary term 1599

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Jn. Rashleigh, querant, Jn. Wythiell, deforciant.
Property in Cuby and Veryan.

CURY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Duchy) (Manor of Helston in Kerrier).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1081  1 Dec. 1729

Contents:
Agreement concerning tenancy of Duchy property.
Jn. Penneck of Barley, Devon, esq., to mother Kath. P.

DAVIDSTOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Horrell).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1082  24 Mar. 1760

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Wm. Troyte of Bingham's Mellcombe, Dorset, esq., to Thos. Horrel of Davidstow, yeo.
Property at Trewalsa, late in occ. of Jn. Chapman, then of Thos. Orrell, now of Rich. Vyvyan.

[no title]  CF/1/1083  25 Mar. 1761

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Wm. Troyte of Bingham's Melcombe, Dorset, esq., Rich. Vyvyan of Tresmarrow, esq., and w. Philippa and s. Phil. V. of Plymouth, esq., to Thos. Horrel of Davidstow, yeo.
Trewassa alias Trewalsa in Davidstow, (part of lands mortgaged to Wm. Troyte, also including manor of Liskeard Coleshill in Liskeard and Menheniot).

[no title]  CF/1/1084  15 Aug. 1761

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Thos. Horrel of Davidstow, yeo., to Jn. Draper of Davidstow, yeo.
Trewassa.

[no title]  CF/1/1085/1,2  5/6 Feb. 1768

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Horrell of Davidstow, yeo., to Jn. Brown of Tremayne, yeo.
Trewassa.

[no title]  CF/1/1086  15 Mar. 1769

Contents:
Lease for 1000 years (mortgage for £250).
Jn. Brown of Tremayne, yeo., to Wm. Lambe of St. Austell, surgeon.
Horrell's tenement at Trewassa.

Leases (Eliot).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1087  19 June 1752

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Eliot of Port Eliot, esq., to Jn. Brown of Davidstow, yeo.
Nottle Park.

[no title]  CF/1/1088  7 Mar. 1754

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Brown of Davidstow, yeo., to Rich. Taylor of Lesnewth, yeo.
Nottle park, (leased to Jn. B. by Edw. Eliot as above).

DAVIDSTOW, TREMAYNE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Lambe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1089/1,2  6 June 1774

Contents:
Bargain and sale (to secure payment of debts).
Jn. Brown of Tremayne, yeo., to Francis Polkinhorne of St. Austell and Degory King of Bodmin, gents.
Houses, walls and courtlages, and 2 hays or gdns. adj., with common of pasture in the town place and on the high moor, at Horrell's tenement in Trewassa, Davidstow; also Nottles Park at Trewassa; Menamere in Tremayne (Lambe of Fowey estate administration).
Also copy of above.

Leases (Horrell).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1090  1761

Contents:
Abstract of title to leasehold property.
Jn. Brown of Tremayne.
Trewassa in Davidstow (sold by Wm. Troyte to Thos. Horrell, leased by Thos. H. to Jn. Draper for 500 years as mortgage, and assigned to Jn. Brown).
Nattle Park in Davidstow (leased by Edw. Eliot to Jn. Brown for 99 yrs) as in CF/1/1089.
Menamuze in Tremayne (leased by Sir Chris. Treise to Jn. Brown for 99 yrs).

ST. DENNIS.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Falmouth).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1091  16 Jan. 1802

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Geo. Evelyn, lord Falmouth, to Jas. Stick of Tywardreath, yeo.
Rostowrack, late in occ. of Arthur Jose.

[no title]  CF/1/1092  2 Oct. 1829

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Frances Stick of Tywardreath, wid., to Jn. Phillips of St. Mewan, gent., and Nich. Carbies of St. Austell, gent.
Property as above.

ST. DENNIS, LANIVET.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Arundel).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1093  24 Aug. 1803

Contents:
Mortgage for £500 (assignment of 99 yr. lease).
Walter Hicks of Luxulyan, gent., to Nich. Crews of Hembal in St. Mewan, gent.
Hendra in St. Dennis and Lower Woodley in Lanivet (Arundel leases).
For St. Dennis see also Rashleigh, Rawlings, Treffry and Trevanion composite deeds.

ST. DOMINIC.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1094  15 Dec. 1768

Contents:
Draft bargain and sale.
Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to Jn. Spurrell of Stoke Damerell, Devon, gent.
Manor of Ashton Barrett in St. Dominic.

DULOE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Hicks). Manor of Trenant).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1095  1 Oct. 1639

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Medhopp, gent., [...] bre. of Thos. M., to Jn. Hicks of St. Ewe, gent., exor. of Thos. Medhopp.
Parts of manor of Trenant in Duloe, late the inheritance of Stephen Medhopp.

[no title]  CF/1/1096  10 Sep. 1659

Contents:
Assignment of bargain and sale.
Thos. Hicks of Trevithick, St. Ewe, esq., to Sam. Mydhope of Trenant, Duloe, gent.
Manor of Trenant.

Lease (Grigg). (Manor of Bodbrane).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1097/1-3  16 Mar. 1812

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Grigg of Duloe, gent., to Wm. Triskett of Duloe, blacksmith.
Part of Hocken's down, Higher Hocks, and waste land at Polwain Cross, part of manor of Bodbrane in Duloe.
Also map and accompanying papers.

DULOE, TREGONY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Hicks).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1098  8 Mar. 1692

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Jn. Hickes of Middle Temple, London, esq., to Eliz. Serle of Trelevan, wid.
Pollehenna with gdn. and orchard and 2 new corn or grist mills adj., Sowden's tenement and mills, all in Duloe; also houses and property in Tregony, late in occ. of Jane Old, Peter Wallacombe, Thos. Pentire and Joan Tucker.

EGLOSHAYLE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Crabb/Baron).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1099/1,2  3/4 Mar. 1766

Contents:
Lease and release.
Darrell Crabb of Trewornan, esq., to Rev. Jonathan Baron of Lostwithiel, clerk.
House and adj. gdn. and plot of land in Trethanick, late in occ. of Chris. Phillips.

Lease (Harris).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1100  6 Nov. 1777

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Harris of Truro, gent., to Wm. Werry of St. Breock, gent.
High Park field in Bodeafe (Bodeeve), late in occ. of Digory Strout.

Leases (Lanivet Charity).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1101  24 Sep. 1781

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
12 men of Lanivet, to Rich. Bews of Egloshayle, yeo.
Treglith, late in occ. of Roger Badcock.

[no title]  CF/1/1102  16 Feb. 1835

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
12 men of Lanivet, to Thos. Lobb of Egloshayle, yeo.
Land at Treglith, with house lately erected by Thos. Lobb.

Leases (Molesworth).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1103  29 Sep. 1808

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Felix Buckley and Wm. Hen. Fellowes, trustees of will of Sir Wm. Molesworth, decd., to Wm. Blake of St. Minver, yeo.
House and gdn. part of Kellies tenement in Trevilder, late in occ. of Chris. Wyatt, then of Anth. Guy, then of Wm. Blake.

[no title]  CF/1/1104  7 Apr. 1821

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Blake of St. Minver, yeo., to Rob. Worden of Egloshayle, mason.
Part of Kellies tenement in Trevilder.

EGLOSKERRY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Baron/Speccott). (Manor of Penhale).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1105  23 Apr. 1592

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Harrys of Treludick, Egloskerry, gent., to Jn. Barne of Badhorlock, and Roger Brahen.
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1106  1592

Contents:
Final concord.
Jn. Baron and Roger Braben, querants, and Jn. Harry alias Harrys, gent., deforciant.
Property at Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1107  14 Aug. 1593

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Martyn of Treludick, yeo., to Geo. Grenvile of Penhale, esq.
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1108/1,2  12 Oct. 1593

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Roger Braben of St. Minver, to Jn. Barne of Badharlock in Egloskerry, yeo.
Treludick.
Also quitclaim.

[no title]  CF/1/1109  16 Oct. 1593

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Harrys of Treludick, gent., to Thos. Pearse of Davidstow, yeo., and Geo. Sleman.

[no title]  CF/1/1110  Trinity term 1594

Contents:
Final concord.
Thos. Pears and Geo. Slyman, querants, and Jn. Harry, gent. deforciant.
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1111  20 Nov. 1594

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Jn. Barnes of Egloskerry, yeo., and Roger Braben of St. Minver, yeo., to Jn. Harrie of Egloskerry, gent.
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1112  19 Jan. 1600

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Hen. Cornedon of Bratton Clovelly, Devon, gent., to Jn. Baron jun. of Egloskerry, yeo., Thos. Pears of Bewstow (Davidstow), yeo., Thos. Prowse of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, yeo., and Geo. Sleaman of Egloskerry, yeo.
Treludick, late in occ. of Rich. Harris, decd.

[no title]  CF/1/1113/1,2  10 Mar. 1605

Contents:
Deed to settle inheritance.
Jn. Baron of Badharlock, yeo., to Geo. Sleaman of Tresmeer, yeo. (joint tenants of property).
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1114/1,2  16 Oct. 1607

Contents:
Bargain and sale (also counterpart).
Jn. Baron jun. of Egloskerry, yeo., and Geo. Slemon of Egloskerry, yeo., to Sir. Geo. Grenvile of Penhale, kt.
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1115/1,2  24/25 Mar. 1687

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Speccott of Penhale, esq., to Chris. Baron of Treludick, gent.
Treludick.

[no title]  CF/1/1116  7 Feb. 1613

Contents:
Deed of covenant.
Jn. Slany of London, merchant., to Jn. Hardy of Launceston, gent.
Manor and barton of Penhale.

Lease (Baron/Speccott).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1117  5 July 1665

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Speccott of Penhale, esq., to Chris. Baron of Treludick, gent.
Treludick, with commons of pasture on Green Downs for 8 rother beasts (i.e. oxen), or 1 horse, gelding or mare, and 4 sheep, with furze and fuel from Green Downs.

EGLOSKERRY, LAUNCELLS, TREMAYNE, TRESMEER.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Baron/Bennett).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1118  4 Jan. 1638

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Baron sen. of Egloskerry, gent., and w. Joan, to Rob. Bennett of Lawhitton, esq., and Wm. Stanbury of North Tamerton, gent.
Property in Egloskerry, Launcells, Tremayne and Tresmeer.

EGLOSKERRY, TREMAYNE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Baron/Speccott).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1119  26 Mar. 1687

Contents:
Bargain and sale (deed of exchange).
Chris. Baron of Treludick, gent., to Jn. Speccott of Penhale, esq.
Trebeigh, and tithes of Penhale and Cawsend, all in Egloskerry; Westcott in Tremayne.

ENDELLION.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Bond).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1120/1,2  13/14 July 1701

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Vivian of Truan, esq., Rich. Harris of Rooke, gent., Rich. Edward of St. Columb Major, merchant, and w. Eliz., to Harry Bond of Tresungar, gent.
Tresungar, Bullapits and Trevinnan.

[no title]  CF/1/1121/1,2  18 Dec. 1713

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Coren of Bulsworthy, esq., to Jas. Tregear of Launceston, esq.
Trecreek alias Trecruge.
Also bond to perform covenants.

[no title]  CF/1/1122/1,2  20/21 Mar. 1734

Contents:
Lease and release.
Eliz. Peter of Treharrick, St. Kew, wid., sis. of Rich. Bond of Hollwood, decd., to Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar.
1/3 of Tresungar and Trevinnon, late in occ. of Luce Bond, wid., Eliz. P. 's mother.

[no title]  CF/1/1123/1,2  7/8 Dec. 1737

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Lawrence of St. Columb, surgeon, and w. Gertrude, dau. of Rich. Bond of Hollwood, decd., to Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, esq.
1/3 of Tresungar, late in occ. of Hen. Bond.

[no title]  CF/1/1124/1,2  23 Mar. 1748

Contents:
Mortgage by way of bargain and sale (also counterpart).
Humphry Prideaux of Padstow, esq., Chas. Prideaux, and Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, clerk, and w. Mary, to Ambrose Hodge of Stoke Damerel, gent.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1125/1,2  22/23 Mar. 1748

Contents:
Lease and release.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1126/1,2  Michaelmas term 1749

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Ambrose Hodge, gent., querant, and Chas. Vyvyan, clerk, and w. Mary, deforciants.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1127/1,2  4/5 Dec. 1753

Contents:
Lease and release.
Ambrose Hodge of Stoke Damerel, gent., and Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, clerk, to Geo. Fursdon of Fursdon, Devon, esq.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1128/1,2  24 /25 Mar. 1756

Contents:
Mortgage by way of lease and release.
Geo. Fursdon of Fursdon, Devon, esq., and Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, clerk, to Jn. Vivian of Camborne, gent.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1129  29 May 1756

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage.
Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, clerk, to Jn. Vivian of Camborne, gent.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1130  21 Nov. 1758

Contents:
Further charge of £200.
Chas. Vyvyan of Withiel, clerk, to Jn. Vivian of Camborne, gent.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1131/1,2  18/19 Aug. 1761

Contents:
Lease and release.
Hen. Vyvyan of Withiel, clerk, s. of Chas. V., decd., to Jn. Vivian of Rosewarne, Camborne, gent.
Tresungar.

[no title]  CF/1/1132/1-3  25/26 Mar. 1765

Contents:
Deed to make tenant to the praecipe for suffering a common recovery; (lease and release); also exemplification of a common recovery.
Hen. Vyvyan of Withiel, clerk, Gertrude Lawrence of St. Issey, wid., and Jn. Hamley of Treblethick in St. Mabyn, gent., and w. Eliz., (all daus. of Lucy Bond), to Joseph Limebear of New Inn, gent.
Tresungar, Bullapits, Trewinnan and Higher Rose.

Lease (Bond)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1133  Sep. 1785

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Jn. Arthur of Endellion, esq., to Sam. Worden of St. Kew, yeo.
Tresungar.
Good husbandry clauses.

ST. ENODER.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Fortescue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1134  28 Nov. 1733

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Greby of St. Enoder, clerk, exor. of Rich. G. of St. Enoder, clothier, decd., and Thos. Greby of Southwark, Surrey, "Haberdasher of Hats", grands, of Rich. G., Mary Williams of Trehane, Probus, spr., Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, Mevagissey, esq., and w. Ann, and Cath. Williams of Trehane, spr., to Ezekiel Webber of St. Kew, esq.
Trenython.

[no title]  CF/1/1135/1,2  29/30 May 1752

Contents:
Lease and release to establish trusts.
Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq., to Joseph Fortescue of Inner Temple, esq.
Moiety of Trenython.

Title deed (Hoblyn).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1136  29 Sep. 1721

Contents:
Assignment of 500 year lease.
Rich. Hoblyn of St. Enoder, gent., and bro. Jn. H., and Jn. Tonkin of St. Columb Minor, gent., to Jn. Hawkins of Creed, clerk, and Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Part of Trewhela.

Title deeds (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1137/1,2  5/6 Mar. 1699

Contents:
Mortgage by way of lease and release.
Rich. Penwarne of Mawnan, gent., and Peter Spry of Constantine, gent., to Hen. Quarme of Mawnan, gent.
Trefullock.

[no title]  CF/1/1138  4 May 1701

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Hen. Quarme of Mawnan, gent., to Rich. Penwarne of
Mawnan, gent., and Peter Spry of Constantine, gent.
Part of Trefullock late in occ. of Margt. Cundy, wid.

[no title]  CF/1/1139  7 May 1701

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Rich. Penwarne of Mawnan, gent., and Peter Spry of Constantine, gent., to Nathaniel Cundy of St. Enoder, blacksmith.
Part of Trefullock, late in occ. of Margt. Cundy, wid.

[no title]  CF/1/1140/1,2  11/12 May 1701

Contents:
Mortgage by way of lease and release.
Nath. Cundy of St. Enoder, blacksmith, to Arthur Fortescue of Pencorse, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1141/1,2  14/15 June 1713

Contents:
Lease and release.
Nath. Cundy of St. Enoder, blacksmith, and Arthur Fortescue of Pencorse, gent., to Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Property as above.

Leases (Fortescue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1142  30 Aug. 1768

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq., and Wm. Stackhouse of Trehane, to Jas. Jenkin of St. Enoder, yeo.
Trewoon.

Leases (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1143  24 May 1714

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Francis Poole of St. Enoder, yeo.
Trefullack, with several fields (named).
N.B. no reference to tin-works - see 1144 below.

[no title]  CF/1/1144  21 Oct. 1720

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Parties and property as above, except tin adventure now in use on property, with stamping mills and buddle places, and liberty to erect mills, smith's shop, burning house or anything else necessary.

Leases (Stackhouse).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1145  23 Mar. 1837

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Walter Davey of St. Enoder, miller, to Jas. Hawkey Elvins of St. Stephen in Brannel, yeo.
Retew water grist mills, with house, barn, stable, outhouses and orchard, fields and adj. enclosed common, with right of common over Penhale.

[no title]  CF/1/1146  30 Aug. 1861

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rev. Wm. Stackhouse of Trehane, clerk, to Jas. Hawkey Elvins of St. Enoder, miller.
Property as above; also Bullock's tenement and part of Penhale, with right of pasture on downs called Great Downs, being land on e. of road called Lord Falmouth's road leading from Tregony to Bodmin.

ST. ENODER, NEWLYN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Carlyon).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1147/1,2  23/24 Oct. 1799

Contents:
Lease and release.
Sir Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, to Thos. Carlyon of Tregrehan, esq.
Manor of Mitchell alias Modishall, with fields, houses, and newly-built houses in Mitchell.

Leases (Arundel).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1148/1-8  29 Sep. 1763

Contents:
99 yr. lease
Mary, lady Arundel, to Dan. Bamfield of Mitchell, gent.
Plot of land called Acre and Pool.
Condition: to build a good substantial and convenient dwelling-house.
Also profits of a weekly market to be held in Mitchell and a yearly fair called St. Francis ' fair to be held yearly on 4 or 5 Oct. on Fair Close and the adj. pound.
Also correspondence.

[no title]  CF/1/1149  18 Aug. 1813

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Dan. Bamfield of St. Ives, gent., to Edw., viscount Falmouth and Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, bart.
Property and fairs as above.

Lease (St. Aubyn).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1150  13 Oct. 1810

Contents:
Assignment of 400 yr. lease.
Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance, bart., Thos. Grylls of Helston, gent., to Edw., viscount Falmouth, Jn. Borlase of Helston, gent., and Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq.
Moiety of Stephens' Tenement in Mitchell, late in occ. of Josias Tree, then of Michael Allen.

Leases (Boscawen).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1151  27 Oct. 1767

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Frances Boscawen, wid., and Wm. Trevithick of St. Enoder, gent., to Phil. Thomas of Mitchell, victualler.
Mitchell's tenement in Mitchell.

[no title]  CF/1/1152  6 June 1786

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Phil. Thomas of Mitchell, yeo., to Rev. Wm. Hawken of St. Enoder, clerk.
Mitchell's meadow in Mitchell, part of Mitchell's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/1153  20 Dec. 1804

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Trevithick of Mitchell, yeo., and Wm. Hooker of St. Enoder, clerk, to Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, bart.
Property as above.

Leases (Edgcumbe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1154  5 July 1762

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Parker of Newlyn East, cordwainer, to Phil. Thomas of St. Columb Minor, yeo.
Newly erected house with barn, 2 little gdns. and adj. meadow; also house in Mitchell with half a gdn., stable, and the right side before the door, (leased to Wm. P. by Edgcumbe).

[no title]  CF/1/1155  31 May 1805

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Peter Staple of Mitchell, yeo., to Chris. Hawkins of Trewithen, bart.
Meadow in Mitchell on s. side of street (leased by Edgcumbe to Staple in 1742).

Lease (Sandys).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1156  16 July 1752

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rich. Wood of Mitchell, surgeon, and w. Eliz., and Rich. Sandys and Wm. Sandys, both of Helston, gents., exors. of Jn. S. of Lanarth in St. Keverne, to Wm. Sandys of Lanarth, gent.
Property in Mitchell, leased as part of Rich. Wood and Eliz. Sandys' marriage settlement lease of 1746.

ST. ERME.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1157/1,2  29 Sep. 1719

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., to Rob. Vincent of St. Erme, yeo.
Trevispan Veor alias Trispen Veor.

Leases (Wynne). (Manor of Polsue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1158  2 Dec. 1782

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Wynne of Middle Temple, esq., to Chas. Andrew of St. Erme, gent.
Tregonninny Veor, late in occ. of Francis Foss.

[no title]  CF/1/1159  2 Aug. 1786

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Luttrell Wynne of Queen Anne Street, London, to Chas. Andrew of St. Erme, gent.
Tregonninny Venton.

ST. ERTH, ST. GLUVIAS, STITHIANS.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Harvey).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1160  17 Oct. 1816

Contents:
Quitclaim.
Wm. West of St. Ives, watchmaker, and w. Joanna, Rich. Trevithick, of Penzance, gent., and w. Jane, and Eliz. Harvey of St. Erth, spr. (3 daus. of Jn. Harvey, merchant, decd.), to Hen. Harvey of St. Erth, merchant, s. of Jn. H. decd.
Legacies and property of Jn. Harvey.

[no title]  CF/1/1161/1,2  25/26 Oct. 1816

Contents:
Mortgage for £2,000 (lease and release).
Hen. Harvey of St. Erth, merchant, to Jn. Richards of Paul, brewer.
Tregosse in St. Gluvias and Stithians.

[no title]  CF/1/1162  3 May 1819

Contents:
Further charge on mortgage.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1163/1,2  26/27 July 1819

Contents:
Mortgage for £2,000 (lease and release).
Hen. Harvey of St. Erth, merchant, to Jn. Stephens of Ludgvan, clerk.
Tregosse in Stithians and St. Gluvias; also houses, boring mill and premises, part of Trelissick barton in St. Erth, with ropehouse, barn and buildings erected there, known as Hayle foundry.

[no title]  CF/1/1164  27 July 1821

Contents:
Further charge on mortgage for additional £,000.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1165  9 Sep. 1823

Contents:
Rider on mortgage for additional £12,000.
Parties as above.
Tregosse, Hayle foundry and Carnsew in St. Erth.

[no title]  CF/1/1166/1,2  21/22 Dec. 1831

Contents:
Reconveyance and transfer (lease and release).
Jn. Richards of Paul, esq., and Hen. Harvey of St. Erth, merchant, to Rev. Jn. Stephens of Ludgvan, clerk.
Tregosse.

[no title]  CF/1/1167  23 Dec. 1831

Contents:
Further charge on mortgage for additional £3,000.
Hen. Harvey and Jn. Stephens.
Tregosse; Hayle foundry; part of Carnsew; and Melanear in St. Erth.

[no title]  CF/1/1168/1,2  16/17 Dec. 1832

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rev. Jn. Stephens of Ludgvan, clerk, to Hen. Harvey of St. Erth, merchant.
Tregosse in Stithians and St. Gluvias, with dwelling-house lately built by Jn. Harvey (father of Hen. H.), and Hayle foundry and Carnsew in St. Erth.

[no title]  CF/1/1169/1,2  19/20 Oct. 1838

Contents:
Lease and release.
Hen. Harvey of Hayle foundry, St. Erth, merchant, to Jn. Tyack of Merthen in Constantine, gent., Wm. Glasson of Budock, merchant, and Thos. Whitford of St. Columb Major, gent.
(Hen. Harvey requiring to make provision for 9 Tonkyn Children, his illigitimate children by Grace Tonkyn).
Tregoose in Stithians and St. Gluvias; also water grist mill since erected there.

[no title]  CF/1/1170  15 Feb. 1856

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Tyack of Merthen in Constantine, gent., and Thos. Whitford of St. Columb, gent., to Ben. Sampson of Tullimaar, esq.
House on Treffry Hill in Stithians and St. Gluvias; house yard, mills and buildings known as Higher and Lower mills, in Stithians and St. Gluvias; 6 cottages, shoemaker's shop, cowshed and gdns. at Ponsanooth; other cottages in Ponsanooth; Tregoose farm; house, smithy and orchard in Ponsanooth; houses, carpenter's shop and gdn; house in occ. of Kennal Vale Powder Co.
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/1171  18 Feb. 1856

Contents:
Mortgage for £5,000.
Ben. Sampson of Greatwood, Mylor, esq., to Wm. Hicks of Plymouth.
Property as above, also including Victory Inn in Ponsanooth

[no title]  CF/1/1172  23 Feb. 1857

Contents:
Conveyance.
Wm. Hicks of Plymouth, gent., to Ben. Sampson of Greatwood, Mylor, esq.
House and land on Treffry Hill in Stithians and St. Gluvias; house, yard, higher and lower mills, gdn., cottage and guildings in Stithians and St. Gluvias; 6 cottages, shoemaker's shop, cowshed and cottages at Ponsanooth; house, smithy and orchard at Ponsanooth; house, brewery, malthouse and buildings in Stithians and St. Gluvias; houses, carpenter's shop and gdn; house in occ. of Kennal Vale Powder Co; Tregoose in Stithians; and water grist mills.

[no title]  CF/1/1173/1-3  1856

Contents:
Declaration by Thos. Whitford on death of Hen. Harvey.
Schedule of deeds concerning Tregoose (as above).
Receipt for mortgage money.

ST. ERVAN.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Calmel).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1174  1 Aug. 1787

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Peter Calmels of St. James, Westminster, esq., to Wm. Henwood of St. Ervan, yeo.
Treglinnick.

Lease (Cross.) (Manor of Trembleath).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1175/1-8  25 July 1860

Contents:
Draft assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Whitford of St. Columb, banker, to Gregory Tom of St. Ervan, farmer.
Mellanoweth grist mill (leased by Francis Cross to R. Brewer, assigned by R. Brewer to Thos. Whitford).
Also conditions for sale.
Abstract of Whitford title correspondence.

ST. ERVAN, ST EVAL, MAWGAN IN PYDAR, ST. MERRYN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Leach).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1176  9 Feb. 1708

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Sir Simon Leach of Cadleigh, Devon, and Wm. Hull of Exeter, gent., to Simon Leach of Trethewell, St. Eval, gent.
Manor of Trethewell in St. Ervan, St. Eval, Mawgan-in-Pydar and St. Merryn.
Schedule of deeds attached.

ST. ERVAN, PADSTOW, LITTLE PETHERICK.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1177/1,2  9/10 July 1819

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., to Sam. Rundell of Liskeard, gent.
Moiety of Park-en-vicen in St. Ervan; Horsemill field, with limekilns, quays and yards in Horsemill Lane in Padstow; fields at Rosemullion in Little Petherick.

ST. ERVAN, ST. WENN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1178  3 Oct. 1809

Contents:
Copy release and assignment.
Wm. Morshead of Lavethan, Jn. Hasler of London, merchant, and Rev. Jn. Hony of Liskeard; Jas. West of Mddx., esq., and Jas. Thomas of London, esq; Peter Still of Lincoln's Inn, gent., and Willoughby Packham of Mddx., gent., Fred. Treise Morshead of Surrey, esq., and s. Sir Jn. M., to Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., Rev. Wm. Rawlings of Padstow, Alex. Strong of Lincoln's Inn, gent., and Jn. Dayman of Padstow, gent.
High Parks in St. Ervan; Polgreen in St. Wenn, with farmhouse, barn, oxhouse, pigsties and cartshed; Treglinnick in St. Ervan, with farmhouse, barn, oxhouse, stable and cartshed.

ST. EVAL.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Hicks/Crews).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1179  28 Jan. 1806

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing).
Jn. Hicks of St. Eval, yeo., to Nich. Crews of Hembal, St. Mewan, gent.
Bersey's tenement in Engullum (Engollan), excluding houses in occ. of Jn. and Rich. Curra, and house and carpenter's shop late in occ. of Rich. Curra.

Title deeds (Leach/Spry). (Manors of Trethewell and Tregrean).  [no ref. or date]

Manor of Trethewell and Tregrean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1180/1,2  29/30 Apr. 1707

Contents:
Lease and release.
Sir Simon Leach of Cadleigh, Devon, to Wm. Hull of Exeter, gent.
Manors of Trethewell and Tregrean.

[no title]  CF/1/1181/1,2  19/20 Oct. 1730

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rev. Jn. Hawkins of Pennans to Simon Leach of Trethewell, esq.
Manor of Trethewell.

Trethewell and Treire.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1182  c.1795

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Rob. Trewman of Exeter, printer.
Trethewell, Trethewell grist mill and Treire.

Bicken Park.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1183/1,2  1/2 Dec. 1797

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Spry of Place, Admiral of the White Squadron, to Lovell Todd of Falmouth, esq.
Bicken Park.

Treire.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1184  15 Apr. 1800

Contents:
Assignment of 400 yr. lease.
Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance, bart., Thos. Grylls of Helston, gent., Lovell Todd of Falmouth, esq., and Jn. Borlase of Helston, esq., to Francis Paynter of Trekenning, St. Columb Major, esq.
Treyear (Treire).

[no title]  CF/1/1185  29 Sep. 1801

Contents:
Release.
Rev. Wm. Sandys of St. Minver, clerk, to Lovell Todd of Falmouth, esq.
High rent of Treire (purchased by Wm. S. from Sir Jn. Prideaux).

Tregonhawse.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1186  c.1822

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Lovell Todd of Falmouth, esq.
2/3 Tregonhawse.

Leases (Leach/Spry).  [no ref. or date]

Trethewell.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1187  18 June 1692

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Simon Leach of Cadleigh, Devon, to Dan. Prideaux of Great Torrington, Devon, gent.
2 tenements in Treire, moiety of Trethewell, with Treire downs and townplace, on w. side of highway from St. Eval church to a well in Treire townplace, late in occ. of Thos. Williams, gent.

[no title]  CF/1/1188  18 Mar. 1791

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Christian of Trethewell, esq., to Thos. Eplett of St. Eval, yeo.
Trethewell mill, "being both a grist and a treble mill", with adj. house, gdn., land, leats, pools, and liberty to cut one journey of furze yearly on Treire downs.

[no title]  CF/1/1189  31 Aug. 1810

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Lovell Todd of Trenarth, esq., to Rich. Binney of St. Eval, yeo.
Trethewell.

[no title]  CF/1/1190/1,2  22 July 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq., to Jn. George of St. Eval, labourer.
Piece of waste land to be enclosed by Jn. G., part of Trethewell downs.

[no title]  CF/1/1191  31 Aug. 1836

Contents:
8 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Jane Clieve of St. Eval, wid.
Trethewell, including house, barn, farmyard, orchard, 3 gdns., and 18 fields; also Tregonhawse with 4 fields.

[no title]  CF/1/1192  24 Nov. 1845

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Rundle of St. Eval, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1193  6 Dec. 1856

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 14 yrs.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Rich. Randle of St. Eval, Wm. Randle of Pentire, St. Eval, and Jn. Randle of Trethewell, all farmers.
Property as above, with adj. downs (Trethewell downs).

[no title]  CF/1/1194/1,2  30 Dec. 1857

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Jn. Rundle, Rich. and Wm. Rundle, all of St. Eval, farmers.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1195  23 Nov. 1859

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Jn. Eplett of St. Eval, miller.
Trethewell mill, with messuage, mill, gdn. and fields in St. Eval, with pools, leats and headwiers.
Tenant within 2 years to spend £15 on repair of dwelling-house; hedges to be cut every 3 years.
Good husbandry clauses.

Leases (Molesworth). (Manor of Trevose).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1196/1,2  24 June 1796

Contents:
Lease for 99 yrs. (also counterpart).
Sir Wm. Molesworth of Pencarrow, to Rob. Trewman of Exeter, printer.
Part of Treganhawse.

[no title]  CF/1/1197  c.1796

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Lovell Todd of Falmouth, esq.
Treganhawse (leased by Molesworth to Treman for 99 yrs., and assigned to Lovell Todd).

Lease (Corra).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1198  3 Oct. 1775

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Peter Werry of St. Breock, gent., and Rachel Corra of St. Merryn, spr., Mary Corra of Roche, spr., and Martha Corra of St. Eval, spr., all daus. of Hen. L. of St. Eval, yeo., decd., to Hen. Sandry of St. Eval, blacksmith.
Trevisker, late in occ. of Hen. Corra.

ST. EWE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Arundel).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1199  24 June 1783

Contents:
Bond in £3,000.
Hen. lord Arundel, to Jn. Gaved of St. Mewan, butcher.
To perform covenants in bargain and sale of Tregennow in St. Ewe, dated 7 June 1783.

Title deed (Hawke/Long).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1200  1866

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Mr. and Mrs. Hawke, Wm. Long, Rich. Long.
Property at Polgooth.

Title deed (Drew).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1201  1876

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Joseph Drew and Arthur Jn. Phillips.
Tregenna.

Title deed (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1202  26 May 1814

Contents:
Release and appointment.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., and Wm. Hocker of St. Mewan, clerk, to Jn. Gaved of St. Mewan, gent., Ezekiel Gaved of St. Ewe, gent., and Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, gent.
Tregennow.

Leases (Arundel) (Manor of Tregennow).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1203  9 May 1753

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hen., lord Arundel of Wardour, and w. lady Mary, to Sam., May of St. Mewan, tinner.
Tenement in Polgooth, late in occ. of Wm. Paul, enclosed out of Tregennow common.

[no title]  CF/1/1204  20 Aug. 1799

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hen., lord Arundel of Wardour, to Phil. James of St. Ewe, yeo.
House late in occ. of Humphry Paull; Wm. Hoskin's house Edw. Bennett's house and gdns; house late in occ. of Thos. Paull; Walter Trethewy's house; land adj. the quarry, all formerly enclosed out of Tregennow common.

Lease (Carthew).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1205  25 Dec. 1775

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Dan. Carthew of Penzance, gent., to Jn. Williams of St. Ewe, yeo.
Tregennow farm.

Leases (Coods). (Manor of Tregennow).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1206/1,2  11 Sep. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Edw. Clemence, a poor man of St. Mewan.
Piece of uncultivated land at Tye Coomb in St. Ewe, adj. on n. with Trelowth; also piece of Tregennow common.

[no title]  CF/1/1207  31 Jan. 1820

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Sam. Harper, a poor man of St. Austell.
2 pieces of waste ground, part of Tregennow, Common, on side of road leading from Rickard's mills to Wheal Commerce; also waste land at Tregennow.

[no title]  CF/1/1208  1 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Mutton of St. Ewe, miller.
House lately erected at Wm. M.'s expense, with adj. gdn. at Polgooth, with piece of waste land to be enclosed by Wm. M. on n. side of road from the London Apprentice (inn) towards Sticker.

[no title]  CF/1/1209  1 Nov. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Wm. Bawden of St. Mewan, innkeeper.
Dwelling-houses lately erected at Wm. B.'s expense in field formerly enclosed out of Tregennow commons, late in occ. of Chas. Francis, then of his wid. Eliz; also adj. land.

[no title]  CF/1/1210  26 Dec. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Matthew Olver, a poor man of Mevagissey.
Piece of waste land to be enclosed, part of Tregennow downs.

[no title]  CF/1/1211/1,2  16 May 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Peter Merifield of St. Ewe, blacksmith.
House and gdn. and 2 closes of land on w. side of road from the Old London Apprentice (inn) to Richards' Stamps, with 3 other closes of land.

[no title]  CF/1/1212/1,2  12 Oct. 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jas. May of St. Ewe, yeo.
House and gdn. late in occ. of Wm. May, formerly part of Tregennow common.

[no title]  CF/1/1213/1,2  1 Apr. 1815

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., to Jas. Hill, a poor man of St. Mewan.
Piece of uncultivated ground adj. s. side of Ball East Lane in St. Ewe; also plot of land, part of Tregennow common near Pray Pool, all to be enclosed by Jas. H.

[no title]  CF/1/1214/1,2  1 Dec. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., Jas. Hen. Shears and Dan. Towers Shears, both of Bankside, Surrey, merchants, to Andrew Kitchen, a poor man of St. Ewe.
Piece of waste land, part of Bal East common, bounded on e. with road from Polgooth mine to Little Polgooth, and on n. with road from Polgooth Coomb to Haleast, and waste land part of Tregennow common.

[no title]  CF/1/1215  1 Dec. 1826

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent., Jas. Hen. and Dan. Towers Shears of Surrey, merchants, to Jas. Osborne, a poor man of St. Ewe.
Piece of waste land, part of Baldeast common, adj. Andrew Kitchen's ground.

Lease (Flamank).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1216/1,2  12 Apr. 1811

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Wm. Flamank of St. Austell, gent., to Chris. Merifield of St. Austell, yeo., and Wm. M. of St. Austell, mason.
Part of Levalsa Mere.

Lease (Fursdon).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1217  3 Apr. 1626

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Wm. Nutting of Mevagissey, to Jn. Hicks of St. Ewe.
Moiety of Tregian alias Tregeow (formerly held by Geo. Fursdon, decd., and assigned to Mary, w. of Wm. Nutting).

Leases (Gaved).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1218  2 June 1820

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jonas Gaved of St. Mewan, gent., and Geo. Johns of Creed, yeo., to Jn. Ham, a poor man of St. Ewe.
Piece of waste land, part of Ball East common, enclosed by Ralph Mitchell, marked out for Jn. Ham to build on.
Condition: within 12 months to build a dwellinghouse 22' x 11', the front wall from foundation to beams to be of stone, the roof of slate.

[no title]  CF/1/1219  25 Dec. 1824

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sam. Gaved of St. Mewan, miner, Jas. Gaved of St. Ewe, miner, and Jn. Gaved of St. Mewan, butcher, to Wm. Faull of St. Ewe, "a poor labouring man".
Piece of waste land, to be enclosed by Wm. F., on s.e. corner of Capt. Gaved's down field, on n. side of road from the London Apprentice to Sticker.

Lease (Harris).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1220  25 Dec. 1837

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Wm. and Thos. Harris of Creed, yeos., Ann Johns of St. Mewan, wid., and Thos. Johns of St. Ewe, yeo., to Jn. Vian of St. Ewe, miner.
Part of Bal East and Wood head, with house erected by Jn. Vian.

Leases (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1221  1708

Contents:
Fragment of lease.
Warwick Mohun and w. Ann, to Jn. Dennys of St. Ewe, tinner.
Part of enclosed parcel of Hewas commons.

[no title]  CF/1/1222  25 Mar. 1710

Contents:
Assignment and surrender of 99 yr. lease (for arrears of rent).
Hen. Rosewarne of St. Ewe, tinner, to Warwick Mohun of Luney.
Mohun's lease of 4 acres of land near Pengelly stile, part of enclosed commons belonging to tenement of Hewel; also dwelling-house lately erecetd there with all household goods (listed in detail).

[no title]  CF/1/1223  6 Oct. 1710

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., and w. Ann, to Theophilus Geach of St. Ewe, husbandman.
Land in Hewes adj. Pengelly great down field, with liberty of pasture and liberty to cut furze and heath on s. part of Hewes common.

[no title]  CF/1/1224  17 Dec. 1711

Contents:
99 yr. lease
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., and w. Ann, to Thos. Job of St. Ewe, husbandman.
Land at Hewes, with liberty to depasture and cut furze and heath upon s. part of Hewes commons.

[no title]  CF/1/1225  13 May 1712

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq., and w. Ann, to Thos. Tooker of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, husbandman.
Newly-erected dwelling-house and parcel of land, part of enclosed commons of Hewes, with liberty to depasture and cut furze and heath.

[no title]  CF/1/1226  10 Apr. 1717

Contents:
Assignment and surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Job of St. Ewe, husbandman, to Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Plot of land next to Jn. Stephens the blacksmith's house, part of Hewas common (property leased to Matthew Oliver by Warwick Mohun), and dwelling-house lately erected there, with all household goods (listed in detail).

[no title]  CF/1/1227  1 Nov. 1720

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Edm. Hill of St. Ewe, tinner, to Nathaniel Hill of St. Ewe, cordwainer.
Land leased to Edm. Hill by Warwick Mohun in 1708, part of Hewas common.

[no title]  CF/1/1228  29 Sep. 1754

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Jn. Derbyshire Birkhead of Isleworth, Mddx., esq. (m. wid. of Wm. Mohun), to Edw. Morrish of St. Enoder, yeo.
Luney barton (except hall, best parlour, and 3 chambers and gallery over, best staircase, little parlour chamber and closet, little cellar under the best stairs, and cellar in the back gdn; best stable, coach-house, gdn. in front of house, and best kitchen-gdn.; but with use in common of kitchen and wash-house whenever Jn. Derbyshire B. and w. Sibella are in residence at Luney); also Carloose and Hewas.

Leases (Quarme/Edgcumbe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1229  25 Mar. 1706

Contents:
Copy of 99 yr. lease.
Hen. Quarme of Mawnan, gent., to Jane Julian of St. Ewe, wid.
House built by Jane J. in Mowhay Meadow in Kestle, and gdn. enclosed by her.

[no title]  CF/1/1230  4 June 1794

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Earl of Mount Edgcumbe to Isaac Cock of Probus, yeo.
Messuage, barn, stable, townplace, orchard and fields (including mowhay, Lower Kestle meadow, Great and Little Creckinghall,) with liberty to make a stile in hedge of west church close; all part of Higher and Middle Kestle in St. Ewe, and part of Manor of Luney, late in occ. of Hen. Quarme.

[no title]  CF/1/1231  1 Feb. 1823

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (assignment of 99 yr. lease).
Jn. Cock of St. Ewe, yeo., exor. of Isaac C. of Probus, yeo decd., to Wm. Roberts of Mevagissey, gent., on marriage between Wm. Pascoe Roberts, s. of Wm. R., and Grace, dau. of Jn. C.
Property as above; liberty to make and use a stile in west Church Close;
Also detailed list of household furniture.

Leases (Sawle) (Manor of Penrice).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1232  3 Feb. 1822

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Sawle of Penrice, esq., to Wm. Skues of St. Ewe, tinner.
Nanvalsa alias Nansalsa.

[no title]  CF/1/1233  22 July 1854


Related information: For St. Ewe see also CRO ST. AUSTELL, ST. EWE: ST. AUSTELL, ST. EWE, ST. [...] MEWZN: CUBY, ST. EWE: also Arundel, Carew, Hocker, Penwarne and Trevanion composite deeds.

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle to Jn. Hen. Moon of St. Austell, basket-maker.
2 fields, part of Nansladron.

FALMOUTH.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coode & Shilson).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1234  1867

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Shilson and Coode.
House, quay and wharf on n.e. side of Falmouth High Street.

Lease (Roberts).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1235  28 July 1866

Contents:
Lease for 1, 5 or 7 yrs.
Jn. Roberts of Falmouth, builder, to Mary Coode of Teignbridge House, Devon, wid.
House in Wood Lane Crescent, Falmouth, with all fixtures.
Inventory of rooms and contents at end of lease.

FEOCK.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Cole).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1236  Easter term 1778

Contents:
Final concord.
Francis Cole, clerk, querant, Alex. Allen and w. Mary, deforciants.
Tregew.

FEOCK, KEA.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coryton).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1237  11 Dec. 1688

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Wm. Coryton of London, esq., to Edw. Byrche of Stafford, Hen. Halsell of London, esq., Jn. Garrett of London, scrivener, and Arthur Squire of Mddx., gent., Dame Susanna Riddulph of Kent, wid., and Edw. Littleton of Stafford, gent.
Manor of Landegay in Feock and Kea.
For Feock see also Buckingham, Carew and Penwarne composite deeds.

FOWEY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coode). (Manor of Fowey).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1238  1791 (no day or month given)

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent., to Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
House in Fowey opposite the churchyard, late in occ. of Jas. Rawe, then of Wm. Trubody, and now in occ. of Wm. T.'s wid. Ann; also gdn. lying near way leading to St. Catherine.

Title deeds (Coryton).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1239/1,2  24/25 Nov. 1789

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Coryton or Crocadon, esq., to Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
House in Fowey adj. street from market-place to the passage, late in occ. of Rich. Hewitt, then of Tabitha Bate

[no title]  CF/1/1240  1 Feb. 1794

Contents:
Grant.
Jn. Coryton of Crocadon, esq., to Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, clerk.
House in Fowey as above.

Title deeds (Lane).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1241/1,2  1/2 May 1826

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Lane of Goldsmith's Hall, London, esq., to Hen. Couche of Luxulyan, gent., and Jn. Williams of Boselwyddan, Flint, esq.
Burgage tenement in North Street, formerly called Gill's house, then Bedford's house, later in occ. of Sam. Pain.

Title deeds (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

Coombe.  CF/1/1242  1855

Contents:
Draft abstract of title.
Wm. Rashleigh.
Coombe.

Lawhire.  CF/1/1243  1816

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Wm. Rashleigh.
Lawhire; houses in Fowey.

Trenant.  CF/1/1244  5 Oct. 1810

Contents:
Agreement to produce title deeds.
Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to Jos. Thos. Austen of Place, esq.
Trenant and other property in Fowey purchased by Phil. Rashleigh from Jos. Austen's mother Susanna Ann Austen, wid., because of references in deeds to properties not sold.

Title deeds (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1245  23 May 1701

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Wolridge of Creed, gent., to Joseph Sawle of Penrice, esq.
2 fields and gdn. near Fowey in occ. of Jn. Pomeroy, merchant; house, stable and backside in Fowey late in occ. of Joseph Downing, tailor; house and gdn. in occ. of Rich. Cotton, gent; house and gdn. in occ. of Alice Kestell, wid., and rent of 4d. a year for a wall adj. gdn. in Fowey.

Title deeds (Treffry).  [no ref. or date]

Carne and Hill Hay.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1246/1,2  24/25 Mar. 1814

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rob. Walker of St. Winnow, clerk, to Jos. Thos. Austen of Place, esq.
North and South Carne; Higher and Lower Hillhays.
Reserves "mines, minerals, metals and fossils" to Walker.

Quay.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1247  4 May 1818

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Jos. Thos. Austen of Place, esq., to Wm. Macpherson of Luxulyan, yeo.
½ of quay in occ. of Thos. Petherick of Fowey, adj. Ben. Brokenshire's house, on e. side of North Street.

[no title]  CF/1/1248/1,2  26/27 May 1818

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jos. Thos. Austen of Place, esq., to Jn. Cock of Tywardreath, yeo.
½ house in occ. of Jn. Webber of Fowey, innkeeper, on w. side of Town Quay.

Hillhay.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1249  1843 (no day or month given)

Contents:
Copy draft bargain and sale.
Heir and devisees of late Capt. Chas. Giddy of Penzance, to Jos. Thos. Treffry, of Fowey.
Hillhays estate.

Lease (Basset).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1250/1-9  7 June 1859

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 14 yrs.
Trustees of Francis Basset's estate to Hen. Hooper of Fowey, farmer.
Little Tresare.
Also copy and correspondence.

Leases (Mohun).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1251/1,2  9 May 1733

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Symons of St. Austell, gent., and Wm. Rosevear of Luxulyan, gent., and Jn. Pendray of Luxulyan, merchant, to Warwick Mohun of Luney, esq.
Unspecified property in Fowey.

Lease (Nickels).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1252/1,2  1 Nov. 1809

Contents:
14 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Thos. Nickels of Fowey, shipwright, to Peter Smith of Mevagissey, merchant.
Palace yard with lofts, furnaces and appurtenances in Fowey, with liberty for Thos. Nickels to land limestone, culm etc. for the use of the limekiln now in his occ. on the quay between the said premises and the graving bank.

Leases (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1253  20 Mar. 1803

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to Jn. Pomeroy of Bodmin, clerk.
½ tithes of corn and grain of Fowey.

[no title]  CF/1/1254  1823 (no day or month given)

Contents:
Draft 99 yr. lease.
Geo. Lucey, esq., to Wm. Rogers, Thos. Pearce, Jn. Champion, farmers, Hen. Johns, schoolmaster, Edm. Venning, maltster, Wm. Beal, cordwainer, all of Fowey, Wm. Pearce, gent., Jn. Chappel, cordwainer, of Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Jas. Hill, farmer, of Mevagissey, Edw. Hocking, farmer, of Lansallos, Rich. Rundle, cordwainer, and Jn. Rundle, shipwright, of Talland.
Property now for many years used as a Methodist meeting-house, with dwelling-house and cellars in Fowey, near the passageway (leased in 1800 by Phil. Rashleigh to Rob. Parker Flamank as a malthouse; lease assigned in 1817 by Flamank to trustees as above).
Details of Methodists' conditions of tenancy.

Leases (Treffry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1255  23 May 1798

Contents:
Trust deed (assignment of 99 yr. lease).
Peter Traer of Truro, grocer, and w. Eleanor, to Matthew Wilkes of London, Jas. Bakewell Wildbore of Falmouth, Wm. Paddon of Truro, Jas. Angear of East Looe, all preachers of the Gospel, Wm. Mardon of East Budleigh, Devon, lace-manufacturer, Nath. Carkeet of Truro, upholsterer, Phil. Ball of Mevagissey, mercer and draper, Geo. Soper of St. Austell, grocer, Jn. Roach of Fowey, cordwainer, Thos. Hancock of Fowey, yeo., and Thos. Baron of Bodmin, cabinet-maker.
Piece of land on which Eleanor Traer (formerly Cartwright) is building a house for religious worship in Fowey on a place called Bull Hill (leased in 1797 by Susanna Ann Austen and Jn. and Wm. Morshead to Eleanor Cartwright, now w. of Peter Traer).
"... for the glory of the God and the good of precious souls by the preaching of the Word in the said house according to the Truths of the Gospel". Trustees not to permit any Socinian, Arian or Arminian to preach or expound in the meeting-house, but "such persons only who believe the doctrines of grace and are men of unblameable lives and conversations".

[no title]  CF/1/1256  13 Apr. 1787

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Thos. Dormer of Place, esq., Joseph Austel of Place, esq., and w. Susanna Ann, to Jn. Williams of Fowey, victualler.
House and gdn. near centre of Fowey, adj. w. side of street, bounded on e. with the common street and on w. with Bull Hill; premises late in occ. of Ralph Bodillo.

[no title]  CF/1/1257  12 Feb. 1798

Contents:
Mortgage (assignment of 99 yr. lease).
Jn. Williams of Fowey, mariner, to Dan. Addison Hemsworth of Fowey, gent.
House and gdn. in centre of Fowey on e. side of street, bounded on e. with common street, on w. with Bull Hill, late in occ. of Ralph Bodillo, mariner (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/1258  2 Mar. 1807

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Sarah Hemsworth of Kensington, wid., and Jn. Williams of Fowey, mariner, to Nich. Wallis Penrose of Bodmin, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1259  3 Apr. 1811

Contents:
Further mortgage (assignment of above lease).
Rich. Wallis Penrose of Landulph, gent., and Jn. Williams of Fowey, mariner, to Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq.
Property as above.

FOWEY, LISKEARD, SHEVIOCK.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Medhopp).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1260  30 Sep. 1639

Contents:
21 yr. lease.
Jn. Medhopp, gent., bro. of Stephen M. of St. Martin, to Jn. Hicks of Trevethick, gent., Jn. M.'s brother-in-law, and Ann Osgood of St. Ewe, wid., Jn. M.'s sister.
Manors of Trenant in Fowey, Liskeard, and Kerslake in Sheviock.

FOWEY, ST. WENN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1261/1-7  19 Dec. 1822

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Wm. Rashleigh and Nich. Kendall to Thos. Robins.
Almshouse and gdn. in Fowey, and rectory and parsonage of St. Wenn with tithe of corn and grain.
Also copies of 1663 deeds and leases, and almshouse rules.

ST. GENNYS.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Coode).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1262  24 May 1833

Contents:
Deed to make a tenant to the praecipe for suffering a Common Recovery.
Wm. Harris Nottle of Tywardreath, scrivener, Eliz. Rose of Padstow, wid. of Thos. Barton R. decd., Eliz. Frost of Launceston, wid., and Rich. Kingdon Frost of Launceston, gent., to Hen. Coode of Guilford Street, Mddx., gent., and Thos. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
¼ part of barton in St. Gennys; Christmill, Mencarne and Coombe; the Sand way from the barton to Crackington Haven; also Dye-house Park, all in St. Gennys.

ST. GENNYS, GWENNAP, MEVAGISSEY.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Carew).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1263  Michaelmas term 1597

Contents:
Final Concord.
Oliver Dynham, gent., and Rich. Carew, gent., querants, and Jn. Trefusys, esq., and w. Mary, and Jane Godolphin, wid., and [...] Otwell Hill, gent., and w. Mary, Jn. Gavregan, gent., and w. Jenett, and Peter Rosewarne, gent., and w. Jane, deforciants.
Trenynoath and Trevolhan in Mevagissey; Cusgarne in Gwennap; property in St. Gennys.
For St. Gennys see also Baron, Nottle, Rashleigh and Welsh composite deeds.

ST. GERMANS.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Rashleigh/Carew).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1264  1 Nov. 1677

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Jn. Carew of Antony, bart., to Rich. Carpenter, jun. of St. Germans, blacksmith.
Tenement in East Treleden.

GERRANS.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Cregoe).  [no ref. or date]

Rosevine and Pettigrew.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1265  17 Mar. 1851

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (bargain and sale).
Matthew Garland Cregoe of Trewithian, Gerrans, and dau. Eliz. Courtnay Cregoe, Geo. Beauchant of Beverley, York, esq., to Wm. Courtnay of Walreddon, Devon, esq., and Jn. Gurney of Mddx., esq., on marriage between Geo. Beauchant, and Eliz. Cregoe.
Lower Rosevine; property at Pettigrew (formerly Enys property); also financial settlement.

[no title]  CF/1/1266/1-3  26 Feb. 1857

Contents:
Appointment of trustees, and conveyance and assignment of trust premises; amendment of marriage settlement (as above).
Jn. Gurney of Dusseldorf, kingdom of Prussia, esq., Eliz. Courtnay Beauchant of Rosevine, Gerrans, and her husband Geo. B., Wm. Courtnay of Walreddon, Devon, esq., and Jn. Gurney, Wm. Shilson of St. Austell, gent., and Thos. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
Property (as above) to be assigned to Wm. Shilson as new trustee; Rosevine, with adj. cottages, Norman's tenement, Long meadow, stable and loft, formerly dwelling-house; Pettigrew.
Also 2 copies.

Trewithian.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1267/1,2  1/2 Aug. 1667

Contents:
Lease and release.
Francis Walters of Gerrans, gent., to Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq.
Trewithian and Lower Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1268  Hilary term 1667

Contents:
Exemplification of a common Recovery.
Thos. Harvey, demandant, and Hugh Boscawen, deforciant.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1269/1,2  Michaelmas term 1667

Contents:
Final Concord (also counterpart).
Hugh Boscawen, querant, and Francis Walters, demandant.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1270  10 June 1712

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Gregor of Tredinnick, esq., Chris. Harris of Devon, esq., and Joshua Thomas of St. Just-in-Roseland, gent., and Eliz. and Jane Foote of Truro, sprs., to Stephen Cregoe of Gerrans, gent.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1271/1-3  9/10 Oct. 1722

Contents:
Lease and release.
Rich. Rundle of Mevagissey, gent., and Geo. Jennings of Gerrans, yeo., and w. Jennifer, to Edw. Cregoe of Gerrans, gent.
Trewithian late in occ. of Geo. Jennings.
Also counterpart release.

[no title]  CF/1/1272  13 Oct. 1722

Contents:
Release.
Edw. Cregoe of Gerrans, gent., to Geo. Jennings of Gerrans, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1273  20 Feb. 1722/23

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (bargain and sale).
Edw. Cregoe of Gerrans, gent., to Jas. Bulteele of Fleet Damerel, Devon, esq., Rich. Thomas of Veryan, gent., Stephen John of Veryan, and Sarah Foote, dau. of Jn. F. of Veryan, gent., on marriage between Edw. Cregoe and Sarah Foote.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1274/1,2  30 Apr. 1752

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease missing).
Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, Gerrans, gent., Jn. Pomeroy of Trelissick, St. Ewe, clerk, and dau. Mary P., to Nich. Kempe of Rosteage, esq., Stephen Johns, jun. of Trewince, gent., and Wm. Carlyon of St. Austell, gent., on marriage between Mary Pomeroy and Edw. Cregoe.
Trewithian.
Also final concord.

[no title]  CF/1/1275/1-3  4/5 June 1775

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a recovery (lease and release).
Edw. Cregoe of Dartmouth, gent., s. of Edw. C. of Trewithian, decd., to Wm. Cardale of London, gent.
Trewithian, Higher and Lower Trewithian, and Jennings' tenement.
Also Exemplification of a Common Recovery.

[no title]  CF/1/1276  22 Dec. 1775

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (bargain and sale).
Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, gent., Matthew Garland of Devon, gent., and dau. Mary, to Jn. Pearce of Merther, gent., Rich. Garland of South Pool, Devon, gent., and Jas. Torring of Devon, gent.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1277  1 Aug. 1798

Contents:
Mortgage for £1,200 (bargain and sale).
Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, esq., to Sam. Hext of Lostwithiel, esq.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1278  20 Nov. 1800

Contents:
Surrender of mortgage term of 500 yrs.
Thos. Hext of Lostwithiel, esq., to Matthew Garland Cregoe of Trewithian, esq., s. of Edw. C. decd.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1279  11 June 1801

Contents:
Reassignment of mortgage.
Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, esq., to Peter Hill of Gerrans, gent.
Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1280  3 Aug. 1803

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement.
Matthew Garland Cregoe of Trewithian, esq., Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq., and dau. Ann Coryton C., to Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., Jn. Tillie Coryton of Crocadon, esq., and Wm. Rashleigh of Lostwithiel, esq.
Trewithian farm and tenements.

Leases (Cregoe).  [no ref. or date]

Trewithian.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1281  17 Mar. 1749

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Cregoe of Gerrans, gent., to Peter Harris of Gerrans, yeo.
House formerly a barn at Trewithian, late in occ. of Eliz. Ball then of Jn. Brewer, and part of gdn. behind house separated from other part by a row of apple trees forming the fence or division; with liberty of keeping a pig and geese on Trewithian green and making a fuel rick there.

[no title]  CF/1/1282  29 Dec. 1752

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, gent., to Jn. Woolcock, glazier.
House in occ. of Jn. W. at Trewithian.

[no title]  CF/1/1283  24 Apr. 1786

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Arthur Holdsworth of Devon, esq., to Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, esq.
Trewithian late in occ. of Jn. Rundle, then of Stephen Johns, esq.

Lease (Johns).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1284  20 Dec. 1875

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Rich. Pendarves Johns of Trewince, Gerrans, esq., to Hen. Nicholls of Gerrans, yeo.
Trewince barton.
Good husbandry clauses.

GERRANS, ST. JUST-IN-ROSELAND.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Cregoe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1285/1,2  11/12 Apr. 1839

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Cole of Withiel, gent., to Matthew Garland Cregoe of Trewithian, esq., and Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gent.
Rosevine in Gerrans; Nancorras, Ventongassick and Trewoolack in St. Just-in-Roseland.

GERRANS, WENDRON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Harris).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1286  1830

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and papers at Rosteage relating to title of Hen. Harris decd.
Property in Gerrans (Rosteage, Tregassa, Treworth, Parkanventon); Wendron (Pencoose and Ungoose alias Engoose).

ST. GLUVIAS.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Shilson) (Manor of Tregembris).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1287/1,2  24/25 Aug. 1869

Contents:
Conditions of sale at Nowell's King's Arms Hotel, Penryn.
Manor of Tregembris in St. Gluvias, with tithes of Mabe.

[no title]  CF/1/1288  1870

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Trustees of will of Chas. Rodolph, lord Clinton, decd.
Manor of Tregembris.

[no title]  CF/1/1289  1870

Contents:
Abstract of appointment of trustees for Lord Clinton's estates in St. Gluvias.

[no title]  CF/1/1290/1,2  1870 (day and month not given)

Contents:
Draft conveyances.
Trustees of will of Chas. Rodolph, lord Clinton, decd., to Wm. Shilson of Tremough, esq.
Parts of manor of Tregembris.
Both endorsed "not used, the whole of the property purchased having been conveyed to me by one deed only, W. S." (This deed unfortunately missing).

[no title]  CF/1/1291  1 Sep. 1870

Contents:
Draft mortgage for £6,000.
Wm. Shilson of Tremough, esq., to Thos. Jas. Agar Robartes of Lanhydrock.
House, barn, stables, outhouses, in St. Gluvias; fields in Green Lane; fields, barn and mowhay, part of Calvert tenement; Park-an-gew farmhouse, barn, stables and fields; all part of manor of Tregembris.

[no title]  CF/1/1292/1,2  16 May 1899

Contents:
Draft reconveyance (also copy).
Thos. Chas., baron Robartes of Lanhydrock, to Dan. Hen. Shilson of Tremough, esq.
Property as CF/1/1291

Leases (Edgcumbe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1293  20 Mar. 1778

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Geo., lord Edgcumbe, to Jacob Welsh of St. Gluvias, tinner.
Piece of ground where a grove of timber formerly grew called the Standers Plot, at w. end of Cosawes Wood, in part of which plot is built a dwelling, rest of Plot converted into gdn. and orchard; also new enclosure out of Cosawes Wood; tenant to grind corn at Cosawes manor mills.

[no title]  CF/1/1294  15 May 1810

Contents:
Deed of co-partnership (by assignment of moiety of leasehold property).
Hen. Gill of Penryn, esq., with Frank Nicholls of Kensington, esq.
Property leased by lord Edgcumbe to Hen. Gill for 99 yrs in 1808; Hen. G. to erect and build mills for the manufacture of gunpowder within 2 years, on plot of land part of Cosawes Wood in St. Gluvias, and another piece of land adj. road to Ponsanooth, for turning wood into charcoal for making gunpowder.
1808 licence obtained at Quarter Sessions under Gunpowder Act to build gunpowder mills and magazines; present agreement conveys to Frank N. half the gunpowder mills; also magazines, storehouses, corning houses, drying houses, dusting houses, and all other erections and buildings, and tools, engines, implements and timber growing for the purposes of charcoal, with carts, horses etc.
Company to be called "Gill and Co."
Deed contains detailed clauses and conditions of partnership.

[no title]  CF/1/1295/1,2  29 Dec. 1813

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Frank Nicholls of Penryn, esq., and Hen. Gill of Penryn, esq., to Jn. Nicholls of Kensington, esq.
½ share in gunpowder mills (as above).

[no title]  CF/1/1296/1,2  30 Dec. 1813

Contents:
40 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jn. Nicholls of Kensington, esq., to Hen. Gill of Penryn, esq.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1297  10 May 1816

Contents:
Mortgage for £900 (assignment of 99 yr. lease).
Hen. Gill of Penryn, esq., to Joseph Banfield of Falmouth, esq.
2 plots of land in Cosawes Wood, with gunpowder mills; also Bishops Balls tenement (manor of Penryn Foryn) in St. Gluvias (leased by Thos. Grylls of Helston to Hen. Gill for 21 yrs. in 1811).

[no title]  CF/1/1298  10 Oct. 1817

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage.
Joseph Banfield, esq., to Falmouth, to Ben. Sampson of Perranarworthal, gent., Jn. Ferris Devonshire of Truro, esq., and Edw. Allen of Stithians, yeo., partners "in the art, trade or business of making and selling gunpowder" at Kennal Vale in Stithians under the name of Kennal Vale Gunpowder Mill Co.
Land and gunpowder mills in St. Gluvias.

[no title]  CF/1/1299  10 May 1821

Contents:
Assignment of mortgaged leasehold premises.
Hen. Gill, late of Penryn, now of Picadilly, Mddx., esq., to Ben. Sampson of Perran Wharf, gent., and Jn. Ferris Devonshire of Truro, esq.
Land and gunpowder mills at Cosawes.

[no title]  CF/1/1300  14 Mar. 1822

Contents:
Assignment of 40 yr. lease (as in CF/1/1296).
Hen. Gill, formerly of Penryn, now of Chandos Street, Mddx., esq., to Ben. Sampson of Perran Wharf, gent., and Jn. Ferris Devonshire of Truro, esq.
Millstones, wheels, presses, cylinders, machinery, implements and utensils at gunpowder works.

[no title]  CF/1/1301  29 Oct. 1828

Contents:
Assignment of lease (as in CF/1/1293).
Jacob Welch of Feock, butcher, Fanny Welch of Feock, spr., and Hen. Bargwanna of St. Gluvias, labourer, to Ben. Sampson of Perranarworthal, esq.

Lease (Gwatkin).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1302  23 June 1705

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold properties.
Rob. Lovell Gwatkin of Roscrow, esq., Edw. Gwatkin of London, esq., Thos. Gwatkin of Roscrow, and Charlotte Ann Gwatkin of Roscrow, to Ann Gwatkin of Roscrow, wid. of Edw. G.
Penvose in St. Gluvias, with adj. property.

ST. GLUVIAS, PENRYN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Clinton) (Manor of Trehembris).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1303  1787-1869

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Trustees of will of Chas. Rodalph, lord Clinton.
Manor of Trehimbris in St. Gluvias and Penryn.

ST. GLUVIAS, PENRYN, PROBUS.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Andrew/Treweek).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1304  Michaelmas term 1785

Contents:
Copy entry of fine in Kings Silver Office.
Rob. Treweek, gent., querant, Chas. Andrew, gent., Hen. Hoskin, Ann Broad, wid., Rob. Husband and w. Jane, and Eliz. Walkey, wid., deforciants.
Property (unspecified) in St. Gluvias, Penryn and Probus.

ST. GLUVIAS, STITHIANS.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Harvey).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1305  29 Sep. 1823

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hen. Harvey of St. Erth, merchant, to Mary Poole of St. Gluvias, wid.
2 houses built by Joseph Poole, Mary's decd, husband, on part of wastrel of barton of Tregosse in St. Gluvias, with gdns. front and back enclosed out of Goonaman downs, and commons of pasture on Goonaman downs.

[no title]  CF/1/1306  25 Mar. 1876

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr. lease.
Jos. Francis Pool, of South Cerney, Glos., farmer, to Rev. Chas. Shilson of Helton, Bucks., and Dan. Hen. Shilson of St. Austell, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1307  10 Nov. 1841

Contents:
65 yr. lease.
Hen. Harvey of Hayle foundry, merchant, to Rich. Lanyon of Kennal, Stithians, merchant.
Property called The Roaches, part of Tregoose.

[no title]  CF/1/1308  10 Nov. 1841

Contents:
65 yr. lease.
Hen. Harvey of Hayle foundry, St. Erth, merchant, to Rich. Lanyon of Kennal, Stithians, merchant.
Part of Tregoose tenement called Peter's Tenement, being 2 dwelling-houses, and several outbuildings, sometime since erected by Kennal Gunpowder Co.

GOLANT.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Austen).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1309  4 Jan. 1819

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing).
Eleanor Pearse of Golant, spr., Mary Pearse of Golant, spr., and Alice Pearse of Penryn, spr., to Jos. Thos. Austen, of Fowey, esq.
South Lowar in Golant, late in occ. of Matthew Pound.

Title deed (Couch).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1310  c.1839

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Hen. Couch, Edw. Goodall Couch, Jn. Couch and Jn. Lamb and w. Mary.
North and South Torfry, Leyowne, Little Lawhipit, Earls Court Park and half of Braddock's tenement, all in Golant.

Title deed (Hicks).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1311  20 June 1638

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Thos. Luxton of Gorran, gent., to Jn. Hicks of Trevithick, gent.
Unspecified property in Golant.

Lease (Rashleigh). (Manor of Lantyan).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1312  17 Feb. 1804

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to Thos. Graham of Fowey, esq.
Penquite farm, late in occ. of Rachel Hawkins, decd.

GOLANT, GORRAN, ST. KEYNE.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1313/1-3  27 Dec. 1827

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (assignment of leasehold estate).
Anne Powne Gully of Newport, Isle of Wight, spr., Sam. Jas. Fletcher of Newport, Isle of Wight, esq., Rev. Chas.
Trevanion Kempe of Carhays, clerk, Frind Cregoe of Cheltenham, Glos., esq., on marriage between Sam. Jas. Fletcher and Anne Gully.
Lawhilobet in Golant (leased by Rashleigh for 99 yrs.); Trevilles in St. Keyne (leased by Rashleigh for 99 yrs.); property in Gorran; cash and annuities, insurance policy; books, plate, jewels and musical instruments.
Also copy; also abstract of settlement.

GORRAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title Deed (Arundel) (Manor of Nansladron).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1314  12 Mar. 1789

Contents:
Copy extract of bargain and sale.
Hen., lord Arundel, to Jn. Wills, gent.
Laworran alias Gorran, part of conventionary lands of manor of Nansladron, Gorran.

Title deed (Devonshire).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1315  11 May 1716

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (bargain and sale).
Hannah Addis of Plymouth, spr., Judith Devonshire of Gorran, wid., Edw. Devonshire, gent., and Grave Devonshire, to Jn. Hawkins of Carhays, clerk.
Tregavarres alias Tregavorrock.

Title deed (Edgcumbe).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1316  5 Apr. 1787

Contents:
Lease for a yr. (release missing).
Geo., viscount Mount Edgcumbe, and s. Rich. E. esq., to Jn. Wills, Edm. Wills and Rich. Henna, all of Gorran, yeos., and Edw. Frances of Gorran, mason.
Quay or pier in Gorran with all dues, rights and advantages, and all wharfs, waste space or the beach for landing or lodging boats, and all profits of securing boats anchoring there, lately held by Edw. Frances as yearly tenant for 18/- rent per yr.

Title deeds (Fortescue).  [no ref. or date]

Rescassa.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1317/1-3  18 Nov. 1653

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Rich. Blake of Gorran, gent., and w. Honor, to Sam. Hext of St. Austell, gent.
4 fields in Rescassa.
Also final concord (also counterpart).

[no title]  CF/1/1318  22 Oct. 1657

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Parties as above.
4 fields in Rescassa.

[no title]  CF/1/1319  27 Mar. 1671

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Sam. Hext of St. Austell, gent., to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, esq.
4 fields in Rescassa.

Trevarrick.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1320  28 Nov. 1616

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (feoffment).
Wm. Petherick alias Midlecot of Gorran, yeo., to Jn. Greepe of St. Ewe, carpenter, and Jn. Teage of Tregony, glover, on marriage between Wm. Petherick and Jane Cocke, dau.-in-law of Jn. G.
Property in Trevarrick.

[no title]  CF/1/1321/1-3  24 June 1674

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Rich. Midlecott alias Petherick of Gorran, tailor, and w. Susanna, to Arthur Fortescue of Penwarne, esq.
House and 3 cottages in Trevarrick.
Also final concord (also counterpart).

Unspecified  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1322  Trinity term 1671

Contents:
Final concord.
Arthur Fortescue esq., querant, and Jn. Julyan and w., and s. Jn., deforciants.
Property in Gorran.

Title deed (Graham).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1323  1860

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Thos. Graham Graham esq.
Property in Tregavarras.

Title deeds (Hoblyn).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1324  21 Mar. 1624

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage.
Wm. Maye of St. Ewe, and sons Wm. and Hugh M., to Edw. Hoblyn of Gorran, gent.
Property at Tregondean.

[no title]  CF/1/1325  12 July 1671

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery.
Thos. Hoblyn, demandant, Rich. Broad, deforciant.
Property at Trevarrack.

Title deed (James).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1326  1862

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Thomasine James and Jn. Sam. James.
Streets.

Title deeds (Michell/Dalby).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1327  31 May 1822

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (grant).
Hen. Doble of Ruanlanihorne, surgeon, and Avis Michell of Mevagissey, spr., to Thos. Starke of Mevagissey, cooper, and Jn. Browne of St. Austell, gent., on marriage between Hen. Doble and Avis M.
Penhale, Laworran and Menagwins alias Harris' tenement, (Manor of Nansladron); also house, barn, oxhouse, herb gdn., and mowhay, all part of Nott's tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/1328/1-10  10 May 1839

Contents:
Trust deed of purchase money of Tregondean.
Hen. Doble of St. Agnes, surgeon, and w. Avis, and Hen. Michell of Mevagissey, gent.
Tregondean (bequeathed to Avis Michell (now Doble) by Dalby) Also correspondence.

Lease (Devonshire).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1329  2 June 1730

Contents:
Assignment of 999 yr. lease.
Thos. Henwood jun. of Camelford, gent., to Jn. Wills of Gorran, blacksmith.
Property in Tregavarras (leased by Edw. Devonshire to Thos. Henwood); cottage late in occ. of Wm. Pill; cottages late in occ. of Peter Pill, Jn. Paddy, Michael James; also gdns; and Close of land anciently belonging to the houses, called The Old Close.

Lease (Eads).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1330/1,2  8 May 1810

Contents:
13½ yr. lease (also counterpart).
Walter Eads of Gorran, yeo., bro. of Wm. E. of Tywardreath decd., to Peter Hendy, sen., of Mawgan-in-Meneage, yeo., and Peter Hendy, jun., of Cury, yeo.
Trevascus.
Good husbandry clauses.

Lease (Edgcumbe) (Manor of Bodrigan).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1331  22 May 1792

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Geo., earl of Mount Edgcumbe, to Jas. Allen of Mevagissey, yeo.
Houses and buildings in Loseast in Gorran with adj. gdn. and a linney on e. side of house, late in occ. of Jn. Blake, clerk, all late in occ. of Jn. Mills, bounded on e. with a cellar late in occ. of Wm. Olver, decd.

Lease (Edwards).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1332  1 July 1813

Contents:
Assignment of 1,000 yr. lease.
Jn. Edwards of Truro, gent., and Jn. Millett of Falmouth, gent., to Wm. Hugo Grose of Gorran, yeo.
Old dwelling-house late in occ. of Rich. and Alice Prout, gdn. called Lower Agentren, old walls before the door, on which a house is erected, and plot of land adj., all in Boswinger, late the property of Edw. Francis of Gorran, decd.; also upper house and a little house now in possession of Wm. Hugo Grose.

Leases (Fortescue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1333  2 Dec. 1748

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Williams of Gorran, gent., to Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq.
Gdns., orchards, mowhays, townplace, and dwelling-house late in occ. of Hen. Polsue; the chapel house, barn, oxstall, wain-house or linney, with fields (named) at Gelowras (leased by Francis Luttrell of London to Jn. Williams in 1747).

[no title]  CF/1/1334  15 July 1736

Contents:
99 yr. lease
Stephen, bp. of Exeter, to Hugh Maxwell of Dumfries.
Rectory, tithe, garb and sheaf of Gorran; also barn and mowhay, with liberty to come and go with all kinds of carriages.

[no title]  CF/1/1335  1 June 1739

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jas. Donnithorne of St. Agnes, gent., and Isaac Donnithorne of Hereford, and Hugh Maxwell of Dumfries, esq., to Jas. Volant Vashon of Probus, clerk.
Rectory and tithes as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1336  4 Dec. 1744

Contents:
Agreement to assign.
Jn. Volant Vashon of Probus, clerk, to Jn. Fortescue, esq. Rectory and tithes as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1337  14 Feb. 1743

Contents:
Lease for 31 yrs.
Jas. Volant Vashton of Ludlow, Shropshire, clerk, to Francis Herbert of Ludlow, esq.
Francis Herbert went bail for Jas. V. V. for £500 to a writ issued at Common Pleas for a debt of £1,000; Gorran rectory and tithes offered as security.

[no title]  CF/1/1338  5 Feb. 1746

Contents:
Assignment of 31 yr. lease.
Francis Herbert of Ludlow, Shropshire, esq., and Jas. Volant Vashon of Ludlow, clerk, to Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq., and Jos. Fortescue of Inner Temple, London, esq.
Rectory and tithes as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1339  6 Dec. 1746

Contents:
Letters of attorney to take seisin.
Jas. Volant Vashon to Thos. Jones of St. Austell, clerk, and Joseph Yonge of Mevagissey, gent.
Rectory and tithes as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1340  11 Nov. 1746

Contents:
Conditions of survey for setting remainder of 99 yr. term.
Jas. Volant Vashon, clerk, to Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne.
Rectory and tithes of Gorran as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1341  5 Feb. 1746/47

Contents:
Assignment of remainder of term of 99 yrs.
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1342  1750

Contents:
Case for opinion of Mr. Hussey concerning payment of tithe on corn grown on Gorran glebe.

[no title]  CF/1/1343  29 Sep. 1759

Contents:
Surrender of 21 yr. lease.
Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq., to Geo., bp. of Exeter.
Glebe lands of rectory of Gorran, late in occ. of Joanna Tonkin.
Endorsed: 27 Oct. 1749 note of taking possession and seisin of barn at Gorran, in [...] of whole premises.

[no title]  CF/1/1344  29 Sep. 1803

Contents:
Surrender of term of 90 yrs.
Jn. Roberts of Newlyn, gent., to Wm. Fortescue of Lostwithiel, esq.
Rectory, tithes, garbs and sheaf of Gorran, with barn and mowhay.

[no title]  CF/1/1345  8 Jan. 1802

Contents:
Bond in £1,800.
Wm. Fortescue of Lostwithiel, esq., to Jn. Roberts of Newlyn, gent.
To secure payment of £90.

GWENNAP.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Birkhead).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1346/1-3  20 Feb. 1767

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Derbyshire Birkhead of Isleworth, Mddx., esq., to Wm. James of Gwennap, tinner.
½ house, smith's shop, barn and buildings late in occ. of Jos. Billing; the old walls of the decayed western house; plot of ground behind said old walls, and several fields (named), all in Lannarth.
Also correspondence concerning tin being raised from commons, granting of setts and tenant's concern about loss of turf and water.

GWINEAR.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Spry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1347/1,2  24 June 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Rich. Hurley of Gwinear, shopkeeper.
Piece of land at Polwhele.
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/1348  25 Mar. 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Rich. Branch of Gwinear, miner.
Piece of land at Polwhele.
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/1349/1,2  29 Sep. 1839

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Rich. Murley of Gwinear, shopkeeper.
Piece of land at Polwhele.
Plan on dorse.

[no title]  CF/1/1350  10 May 1855


Related information: For Gwinear see also CRO Vyvyan composite deeds.

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Jas. Tyacke of Gwinear, yeo.
Lanyon farm, with house, courtlage, barn, mowhay, farmyard, 2 orchards, gdn., 15 fields and 2 lanes; also part of Polwhele farm, with outbuildings, mowhay, 3 gdns. and townplace, 19 fields and 2 lanes, all in Gwinear.

HELSTON.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Rashleigh) (Manor of Helston Tony).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1351  13 Jan. 1552

Contents:
Letters patent; grant for life.
Edw. VI to Thos. Boyse.
Manor of Helston Tony.
Great Seal in perfect condition.

[no title]  CF/1/1352  17 Dec. 1564

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Thos. Reeve and Wm. Ryvett of London, gents., to Thos. Hanbury of London, gent.
Manor of Helston Tony, granted by Edw. VI to Thos. Boyse by letters patent.

[no title]  CF/1/1353  5 February 1564/65

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Thos. Hanbury of London, gent., to Walter Kendall of Lanlivery, gent., and Jn. Rashleigh of Fowey, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1354  21 June 1574

Contents:
Grant.
Jn. Rashleigh, esq., to Thos. Penrose and w. Anys, Jn. Rashleigh's dau.
½ manor of Helston Tony.

Lease (Arundel) (Manor of Carminow).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1355  17 July 1732

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Frances Arundel, dau. of Rich. A, of Lanherne, decd., and Geo. Henry, earl of Litchfield, guardian of Mary Arundel, infant, dau. of Rich. A. decd., to Thos. Lukey of Helston, apothecary.
Property in Wendron Street, with adj. close of land.

[no title]  CF/1/1356  20 Jan. 1757

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Mary, lady Arundel, wid., to Thos. Lukey of Helston, gent.
Property as above.

Leases (Godolphin).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1357  15 Mar. 1731

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sidney, earl of Godolphin, to Francis Cock of Helston, cordwainer.
Property at end of Wendron street.

[no title]  CF/1/1358/1,2  1 Nov. 1719

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Francis Cock of Helston, yeo., to Thos. Lukey of Helston, apothecary.
Property in Wendron street, part of manor of Carminow (leased by Arundel to Francis Cock sen. in 1694).

[no title]  CF/1/1359  20 July 1745

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Thos. Lukey of Helston, apothecary, to Rich. Sandys of Helston, gent.
Park-an-fringy field, adj. Wendron Street, late in occ. of Rich. Cock.

[no title]  CF/1/1360  16 Aug. 1745

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Bridget Lukey of Bodmin, wid., to Rich. Sandys of Helston, gent.
Property as above (leased by Geo. Robinson of Bochym to Hen. Lukey of Bodmin decd. in 1721).

Lease (Tyack).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1361  19 Nov. 1734

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Tyack of Helston, dyer, to Simon Hawton of Helston, joiner.
Field near higher end of Bullock lane in Helston.
For Helston see also Hawkins and Vyvyan composite deeds.

ILLOGAN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rashleigh).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1362  15 July 1821

Contents:
Deed of exchange.
(a) Rev. Livingston Booth, clerk, rector of Illogan, and Wm., bp. of Exeter, and Francis, lord de Dunstanville and Basset, patron of living, to (b) Rich. Knight and Joseph Reynolds, churchwardens of Illogan; and (c) Francis lord Basset and Frances B., spr., his dau., to (d) Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, esq.
"Burying-ground of Illogan is found to be too small", necessary to acquire glebe land for an extension; (a) to (b): smith's shop and adj. land, part of glebe (c) to (d): Batt's field, part of barton of Nance; to use of rectors of Illogan as part of glebeland.
Plans in margin.
For Illogan see also Vyvyan composite deeds.

ST. ISSEY, PADSTOW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Rawlings).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1363  16 Sep. 1817

Contents:
Mortgage for £2,000 (deed of appointment for 500 yrs.)
Thos. Rawlings of Padstow, esq., to Arthur Kempe of Polsue, esq.
House, stable, toft, malthouse, cottage and gdn. in Broad Street, Padstow, late in occ. of Chas. Sussex; Trenance in St. Issey.

Lease (Vivian).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1364/1-4  22/23 Aug. 1684

Contents:
Articles of agreement and pre-nuptial settlement (lease for 99 yrs); (also counterparts).
Jn. Vivian of Trewan, esq., and s. Jn. V., Chas. Trevanion of Carhays, esq., Thos. Vivian of Trewan, esq., Hugh Trevanion of London, merchant, and Francis Vivian of Cosowarth, esq., to Mary Sawle, dau. of Joseph S. of Penrice, esq.
Girles and Crugmeer in Padstow; Trewince and Trevilgus in St. Issey.

ST. JUST IN PENWITH.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Borlase).  [no ref. or date]

Chyrose.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1365  29 June 1665

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Anth. Spargar of Stithians, yeo., to Jn. Borlase of St. Just in Penwith.
Trerose alias Chirose in St. Just.

Kenidjack.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1366  18 Oct. 1574

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Sir Geo. Speake of Somerset, to Jn. Vivian of Trenowth, St. Columb Minor.
Kenegeacke in St. Usts.

[no title]  CF/1/1367  20 Oct. 1620

Contents:
Grant.
Uther Favell of St. Hilary, gent., to Jn. Vivian of Trenowth, esq.
Kenyjack, in occ. of Benedict Benetto.

[no title]  CF/1/1368/1,2  29/30 Sep. 1701

Contents:
Lease and release.
Thos. Vivian of Trewan, esq., to Jn. Borlase of Pendeen, esq.
1/3 of Keynidgeack.

[no title]  CF/1/1369  14 Aug. 1702

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine.
Thos. Vivian of Trewan, esq., to Jn. Borlase of Pendeen, esq.
Keynidgeack.

Leases (Borlase).  [no ref. or date]

Bosaverne.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1370  2 Feb. 1744

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Borlase of Rosecadgewell, esq., to Jn. Bennetts of St. Just in Penwith, yeo.
Gayres Land in Bosaverne, late in occ. of Bernard Bone, tinner, decd.

[no title]  CF/1/1371  14 May 1763

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Walter Borlase of Castle Horneck, dr. of laws, to Jn. Bennetts of St. Just in Penwith, tinner.
Property as above.

Bosworlas.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1372  29 Sep. 1753

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Borlase of Rosecadgewell, esq., to Jas. Tregeare of St. Just in Penwith, yeo.
Tenement in Bosurlas (Bosworlas), with 2 houses called the dry-houses, adj. gdn. and fields.

[no title]  CF/1/1373  29 Sep. 1753

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Parties as above.
Property in Bosworlas, with ½ barn and mowhay late in occ. of Oliver Tregear then of Anth. Williams and Keverne Tregear.

[no title]  CF/1/1374  29 Sep. 1753

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Parties as above.
House and gdn. in Bosworlas; 1/3 barn and mowhay called the great barn and mowhay, with fields; also cottages and gdns. in Crookhorne, part of Bosworlas.

[no title]  CF/1/1375  29 Sep. 1753

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Parties as above.
Thos. Bennetto's house, Mitchells gdn. to the stone bound, old walls, piece of ground at end of old walls as far as kitchen's end; town place; new lane in churchway field, and fields at Bosworlas; Julian Cock's house.

[no title]  CF/1/1376/1,2  29 Sep. 1752

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jn. Borlase of Rosecadgewell, esq., to Sam. Jermin of St. Just in Penwith, tinner.
House and gdn. in Bosworlas late in occ. of Jas. Tregear, with common of pasture, fuel and turbary on Bosworlas downs.

Carnyorth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1377  2 Feb. 1769

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Walter Borlase of Castle Horneck, dr. of laws, to Wm.
Warren of St. Just in Penwith, tinner.
Carn meals, formerly 3 fields, now in 4, and smith's shop, formerly a dwelling-house, in Carnyorth, with common of pasture, turbary, furze and heath on Carnyorth Common.

Chycarne.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1378/1,2  18 Apr. 1729

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Jn. Borlase of Rosecadgewell, Madron, esq., to Ralph Williams jun. of St. Just in Penwith, yeo.
Property at Chycarne.

Chyrose.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1379/1,2  10 July 1628

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Walter Sweet of Roselath, Lanlivery, gent., and Geo. Spargoe of Stithians, yeo., to Thos. Mathew of St. Just in Penwith, husbandman.
Property in Trerise alias Chyrose.

[no title]  CF/1/1380  10 Dec. 1673

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Ellis of St. Just in Penwith, gent., to Jn. Burlace of St. Just in Penwith, gent.
Part of Trerise.

[no title]  CF/1/1381  7 Sep. 1727

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Ellis of Penzance, gent., to Jn. Borlase of Pendeen, esq.
Part of Trerise alias Chyrose.

Kenidjack.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1382  26 Feb. 1694

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Mary Borlace of Penzance, wid., and Rich. Borlace of Plymouth, merchant, to Rich. Oates of St. Just in Penwith, tinner.
Tenement in Kanidgiack.

ST.-JUST-IN-ROSELAND.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Buckingham).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1383  1 June 1844

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Duke of Buckingham and others to Mary Symons of St. Mawes.
Properties in St. Mawes, including houses, fish-cellars, yards, linneys and gdn.

Title deed (Fortescue).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1384  25 July 1740

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Rob. Nugent of Essex, esq., and w. Anne, Sir Jn. Hynde Cotton of Cambridge, Rich. Eliot of St. Germans, esq., and Newsham Peers of Warwick, esq., to Jn. Fortescue of Penwarne, esq.
House in manor and borough of St. Mawes, late in occ. of Hugh Hockin.

Title deed (Hicks).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1385  12 Nov. 1655

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Peter Courtnay of Trethurffe, Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, Hen. Spoure of Trebath, Jonathan Sparke of Plymouth, and Thos. Hoblyn of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, to Jn. Hicks of St. Just in Roseland.
Trevennel.

Leases (Boscawen) (Manor of Bohurrow).  [no ref. or date]

Bohilla, with Bogullas, Cunglaze and Crovarth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1386  3 Feb. 1703

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Rich. Erisey of Erisey, Sam. Rolle of Middle Temple, esqs. and Hen. Gregor of Truro, gent., exors. of Hugh Boscawen, decd., to Edw. Sundercombe of St. Just-in-Roseland, mason.
Tenement in Bohilla, part of Jn. Penhallow's tenement, with common in town-place of Bohilla for pigs, geese and hens.

[no title]  CF/1/1387  7 Aug. 1703

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Exors. of Hugh Boscawen (as above), to Stephen Rice of St. Mawes, clothier.
½ Hercules Jenkin's house and cellars with stable, meadow and little orchard late in occ. of Jn. Jenkin, barn close, barn and place for furze rick, with old house and gdn. in occ. of Jn. Rice, cellar with room over near the strand in Bohilla.

[no title]  CF/1/1388  7 Oct. 1721

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Wm. Rice of St. Just-in-Roseland, cooper.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1389  7 Sep. 1721

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Parties as above.
House and gdn. in Bohilla.

[no title]  CF/1/1390  10 Apr. 1710

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., to Wm. Rice of St. Just-in-Roseland, yeo.
Waste plot of ground where house is to be erected by Wm. R.; situated on s. side of house late in occ. of Thos. Matta, with adj. land in Bohilla.

[no title]  CF/1/1391  13 Aug. 1726

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, Lord Falmouth, to Kath. Rice, wid. of Wm. R. of St. Mawes, yeo., decd., Stephen Rice of St. Mawes, Wm.'s brother, and Jn. Pearce of Ruanlanihorne, yeos., all exors. of Wm. R.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1392  29 Sep. 1767

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, Lord Falmouth, to Stephen Rice of Mevagissey, gent.
½ a close of land in Bohilla lately divided into 2 closes; with ½ of 2 little closes in Bohilla late in occ. of Stephen Rice, decd., and Cath. R.

[no title]  CF/1/1393/1,2  24 Aug. 1706

Contents:
99 yr. lease (also counterpart).
Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., to Michael Jenking of St. Just in Roseland, fisherman.
House and courtlage in Bohilla, part of Joshua Thomas' tenement.

[no title]  CF/1/1394  24 Aug. 1713

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., to Michael Jenking of St. Just-in-Roseland, fisherman.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1395  4 Mar. 1745

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Wm. Lowry of St. Just-in-Roseland, fisherman.
House and courtlage in Bohilla, late in occ. of Michael Jenkin.

[no title]  CF/1/1396  6 Apr. 1767

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Wm. Lowry of St. Just-in-Roseland, fisherman.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1397  Apr. 1797 (day not given)

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Chas. Monro of Mddx., esq., and Sam. Lawford of Peckham, Surrey, esq., devisees in trust of Hugh Boscawen, decd., to Cath. Pearce, wid. of Rich. P. of St. Mawes.
Culver Close, land adj., formerly a willow gdn., and a little house where Rich. Nutbey used to live, all in Bohilla, late in occ. of Rich. Pearce decd.

[no title]  CF/1/1398  11 Aug. 1713

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., to Ursula Thomas of St. Just-in-Roseland, wid.
Bohilla, near St. Mawes; also Cruglaze and Bogullas, all late in occ. of Joshua Thomas, decd.

[no title]  CF/1/1399  8 Oct. 1726

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, Lord Falmouth, to Geo. Voysay of St. Just-in-Roseland yeo.
Property in Bogullas Wollas, Bohilla and Errovarth.

St. Just.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1400  13 Aug. 1726

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh, lord Falmouth, to Kath. Rice, wid. of Wm. R., Stephen R., his brother, and Jn. Pearce of Ruanlanihorne, yeo., exors. of Wm. R.
House and gdn. in St. Just in occ. of Kath. R.

Polvarth.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1401  24 Aug. 1790

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hugh Boscawen of Berkeley Square, London, esq., to Joseph Banfield of Falmouth, gent.
Cellar, loft, linney and courtlage called Polvarth cellar in St. Just, late in occ. of Geo. Voysay, decd., then of Wm. Napton, decd., then of Bennet Jack decd.

Leases (Spry) (Manor of Bohurrow).  [no ref. or date]

Bohurrow.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1402  31 Oct. 1836

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, kt., to Jas. Lawry of St. Anthony in Roseland, yeo.
Outer Blackberry field, part of manor of Bohurrow, with barn, bullock house and mowhay.

[no title]  CF/1/1403  11 Nov. 1836

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls to Jn. Whiston of St. Mawes, maltster.
Hillhead and Inner Blackberry field, with cowhouse, part of manor of Bohurrow, with Higher Barn field and New Lane field.

[no title]  CF/1/1404  29 Sep. 1837

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Arthur Gaved Tucker of St. Just in Roseland, butcher.
Higher and Lower Freshwater fields, Three-cornered Close, with barn and mowhay, part of Bohurrow.

[no title]  CF/1/1405  29 Sep. 1837

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Lunday of St. Just in Roseland, husbandman.
4 fields, with barn, mowhay, stable and bullocks' house, part of Bohurrow.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1406  29 Sep. 1837

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Bryant Vercoe of St. Just in Roseland, mason.
House, part of manor of Bohurrow, with barn and mowhay, lately a cellar, and 5 fields.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1407  1 Sep. 1847

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Rickeard of St. Just in Roseland, innkeeper.
Property as above.
Good husbandry clauses.

Cruglaze.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1408  3 May 1836

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Paddy of St. Just in Roseland, yeo.
House and fields with outhouses, part of Penhallows, alias Cruglaze, late in occ. of Rich. Warren.
Good husbandry clauses.

Halwortha.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1409  29 Sep. 1853

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Rickeard of St. Mawes, innkeeper.
Halwortha farm late in occ. of Thos. Tiddy, including dwelling-house, farm buildings and 22 fields, with 3 other fields, part of Bohilla and Bogulas late in occ. of Thos. Tiddy.

Parkenvrane.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1410  1 Sep. 1847

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Wm. Roberts of St. Just in Roseland, gardener.
Parkenvrane field, now a gdn. or nursery ground, with Higher and Lower Parkenvrane.
Good husbandry clauses.

Tregear Vean.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1411  24 Mar. 1855

Contents:
7 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Margt. George of St. Just in Roseland, wid., Jn. Beedham George of St. Just, farmer, and Geo. Edw. George of St. Just, relieving officer.
Tregear Vean, with house, outhouses, buildings, fields and mowhay.

[no title]  CF/1/1412  28 June 1873

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
Trederham Fitzherbert Carlyon, lieut. in 14th Foot, trustee of will of Sir Sam. Thos. Spry, decd., to Jn. Beedham George of St. Just in Roseland, farmer.
Property as above.

KEA.  [no ref. or date]

Lease (Bawden).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1413  30 Mar. 1747

Contents:
50 yr. lease.
Reg. Bawden of Penryn, gent., to Thos. Matthews of Kea and Thos. Hicks of Kea, tinners.
½ house and 3 acres of land enclosed by Nich. Matthews out of Primellin, and spare water stamping mill near there in Ventongoose.

KENWYN.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Gully).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1414  23 June 1838

Contents:
Deed to secure additional annuity and release of claims.
Wm. Slade Gully of Trevennen, esq., s. of Wm. Slade Gully decd., Rev. Sam. Thos. G. of Berryharbor, Devon, clerk, and Ann Powne Fletcher, w. of Jas. F. of Dublin, both children of Wm. Slade Gully sen., Jenefer Jane G. of Islington, wid. of Peter Thos. G. decd.
Gully lands in Kenwyn (unspecified).

Title deeds (Lemon).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1415  1 Mar. 1787

Contents:
Lease for a yr. (release missing).
Francis Newton of Kenwyh, watchmaker, and w. Eliz., to Sir Wm. Lemon of Carclew.
½ tenement in Truro with new buildings erected there late in occ. of Edw. Grose, gent., Stephen Buckingham, merchant, and Nich. Traer, butcher.

[no title]  CF/1/1416  1688-1811

Contents:
Abstract of title.
Sir Wm. Lemon.
Trevellan and Penvounder.

Title deed (Rosewarne).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1417/1,2  30/31 Mar. 1792

Contents:
Lease and release.
Ben. Heame of Penryn, exor. of Eliz. Rosewarne, decd., to Jn. Thomas of Chiverton, esq., and Geo. Chapman George of Penryn.
Smelting-house at Carvedras in Kenwyn, with offices, stamping-mills, mill for grinding clay and culm, leats, watercourses, stamp plots, frames, buddle plots, furnaces etc., now in occ. of Lewis Chas. Baubuz and Jn. James; also 2 water grist mills called Carvedras mills with adj. stable and meadows.

Leases (Lemon/Spry).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1418  5 Nov. 1814

Contents:
Mortgage for £600 (assignment of 99 yr. lease).
Geo. Leach of Lanreath, yeo., to Jn. Hicks of Hall, Lanteglos-by-Fowey, yeo.
Trevellan and Penvounder.

[no title]  CF/1/1419  29 Nov. 1817

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Wm. Lemon of Carclew, bart., to Geo. Leach of Lanreath, yeo.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1420  30 Mar. 1821

Contents:
Mortgage for £1,000 (assignment of above lease).
Geo. Leach of Lanreath, yeo., and Jn. Hicks of Hall, Lanteglos-by-Fowey, yeo., to Jas. Hendy of Truro, gent.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1421  18 Feb. 1825

Contents:
Articles of agreement to sell leasehold.
Geo. Leach of Lanreath, yeo., to Thos. Spry of Tregolls, esq.
Property as above, in occ. of Jn. Martin.

[no title]  CF/1/1422  26 Feb. 1825

Contents:
Further assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jas. Hendy of Lemon Street, Truro, gent., Jn. Arthur of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, yeo., Geo. Leach of Lanreath, yeo., to Thos. Spry, esq., Admiral of the Red.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1423  30 Nov. 1854

Contents:
8 yr. lease.
Sir Sam. Thos. Spry of Tregolls, to Jacob Reskilley of Kenwyn, farmer.
Trevellan farm.
Good husbandry clauses.

[no title]  CF/1/1424  16 Dec. 1878

Contents:
14 yr. lease.
[...] Horatio Carlyon of Cadwell, Devon, esq., to Rich.
Roskelly of Kenwyn, farmer.
Trevellans farm.
Good husbandry clauses.

Lease (Falmouth).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1425  9 Dec. 1782

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Hannah Katherina Maria, viscountess Falmouth, Sam. Townsend, esq., Wm. Gill, esq., and Hen. Streator Gill, esq., exors. of Hugh, viscount Falmouth, decd., to Francis Benallack of Redruth, gent
Tenement called Bosore-an-Chappell in Kenwyn, late in occ. of Thos. Hicks, decd.
Plan on dorse.
For Kenwyn see also Buckingham, Penwarne and Shephard composite deeds.

ST. KEVERNE.  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds (Sandys) (Manor of Namboll).  [no ref. or date]

Angither.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1426  16 Jan. 1715

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, St. Keverne, gent., to Anth. Hosken of St. Keverne, gent.
Angither, late in occ. of Josias Bolitho.

Coverack and Trefullack.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1427/1,2  1/2 Sep. 1749

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Sandys of Trelease, St. Keverne, gent., to Rich. Sandys of Helston, gent.
Trefullack; Coverack; Coverack water gristmill in occ. of Francis Sandys; houses in St. Keverne and tithes of hay, corn and grain.

Namboll and Roskarnon.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1428/1,2  28 Mar. 1780

Contents:
Assignment (also draft).
Phil. Webber of Falmouth, gent., and Alice and Jane Sandys of St. Keverne, sprs., to Wm. Sandys of St. Minver, clerk.
Annuity out of Namboll farm

[no title]  CF/1/1429  9 May 1792

Contents:
Mortgage for £3020-16-8 (lease for 500 yrs).
Rev. Wm. Sandys of St. Minver, clerk, to Wm. Praed of Tyringham, Bucks., esq., Wriothesley Digby of Meredon, Warwick, esq., and Jn. Nicholls of Whitchurch, Oxon., esq.
Namboll, in occ. of Rich. Warren; Roskarnon and Roskarnon Vean, in occ. of Thos. Lugg; tithes of hay, corn and grain.

[no title]  CF/1/1430  9 May 1792

Contents:
Declaration of trusts of mortgage of even date (as above).
Wm. Praed of Tyringham, esq., Wriothesley Digby of Meredon, esq., and Jn. Nicholls of Whitchurch, esq.
Mrs. Sandys' marriage portion lent as mortgage money.

Roskarnon and Tremenheer.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1431  29 May 1663

Contents:
Bargain and sale.
Jn. Sampson alias Sandy of St. Keverne, yeo., to s. Wm. S., now married to Mary, dau. of Emanuel Thoms of Bodmin, gent.
Roskarnon and Tremenheer.

[no title]  CF/1/1432/1,2  21/22 Feb. 1688

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release).
Wm. Sandys of Namboll, gent., and s. Jn. S., to Sampson Sandys of Lanarth, gent., and Jn. S. sen. of St. Keverne; on marriage between Jn. S., s. of Wm. S., and Prudence Hambly dau. of Providence H. of St. Neot, wid.
Roskarnon and ½ Tremenheer, with other (unspecified) St. Keverne, property.

Manor of Namboll.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1433/1,2  26/27 Dec. 1710

Contents:
Lease and release.
Jn. Trengoff alias Nance of Trengoff, esq., and s. Chester Trengoff alias Nance, to Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent.
Manor of Namboll, including Namboll, Roskarnon, Roskarnon Vean, Angither, Tremaneer, Trefullack, Chymbloith and Coverack.

[no title]  CF/1/1434/1,2  Hilary term 1710

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart).
Parties and property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1435  Trinity term 1711

Contents:
Exemplification of a Common Recovery.
Hen. Campfield and Jn. Sandys, demandants, Jn. Nance and Chester Nance, deforciants.
Manor of Namboll.

Leases (Sandys) (Manor of Namboll).  [no ref. or date]

Chymbloith and Roskarnon.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1436  11 Apr. 1711

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent., to s. Sampson S.
Roskarnon; Coverack cellar at Chimbloith, with liberty to make press fish for 14 feet outside the gdn. walls, with passage down to the sea for carrying boats, nets and seines; with adj. gdn. (leased by Nance to Jn. Sandys in 1702).

[no title]  CF/1/1437  20 Jan. 1702

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Nance of Trengoff, esq., and s. Chester Nance, to Jn. Sandys of St. Keverne, gent.
Property in Roskarnon.

[no title]  CF/1/1438  29 Sep. 1711

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of St. Keverne, gent., to Thos. Smith of St. Keverne, husbandman.
Property in Roskarnon.

[no title]  CF/1/1439  29 Sep. 1711

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of St. Keverne, gent., to Thos. Smith of St. Keverne, husbandman.
Property in Roskarnon, with little house in end of barn and pit in Church Lane for making dung.

[no title]  CF/1/1440  15 Oct. 1719

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent., to Thos. Smith of St. Keverne, husbandman.
Part of Roskarnon.

[no title]  CF/1/1441  26 Mar. 1720

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent., to Lawrence James of St. Keverne, yeo.
2 messuages in Roskarnon, late in occ. of Nich. Banfield, decd., and Jas. Thomas, with tithes of hay and corn.

[no title]  CF/1/1442  19 Nov. 1722

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent., to Thos. Pearse of St. Keverne, thatcher.
Property as above.

[no title]  CF/1/1443  19 July 1748

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr. lease.
Rich. Sandys of Helston, gent., to Thos. Smith of St. Keverne, yeo., and s. Thos. S. jun., yeo.
Property as in 1440.

[no title]  CF/1/1444  10 Nov. 1767

Contents:
Conditions of survey for setting for 14 yrs.
Wm. Sandys to Eliz. Pearce.
Property at Roskarnon late in occ. of Jn. Pearce, with tithes of hay and corn.
Good husbandry clauses.

Trefullack.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1445  30 Mar. 1732

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent., to Hen. Goodman of St. Keverne, husbandman.
Field, gdn., orchard, moor, and pool outside hedge; also part of dwelling-house below the kitchen called the New House where Hen. G. now lives; outhouse called the cellar, with liberty of the fold inside the outer gate as far up as his house; right of way through fold with carriages; tithes of hay, corn and grain, all part of Trefullack, late in occ. of Jn. Hitchens.

[no title]  CF/1/1446  16 Oct. 1745

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Sandys of Lanarth, gent., to Hen. Gudman of St. Keverne, husbandman.
Part of Trefullack.

ST. KEW.  [no ref. or date]

Title deed (Curgenven).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1447  1862

Contents:
Draft abstract of title.
J. B. Curgenven.
Tretawn and Kew Hill.

Lease (Rashleigh/Carew).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1448  1 Nov. 1684

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Jn. Carew of Antony, to Wm. Harris of St. Kew, husbandman.
3 closes at Trelill.

KILKHAMPTON.  [no ref. or date]

Leases (Sawle).  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  CF/1/1449  13 June 1634

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Sir Francis Glanvill of Tavistock, to Abraham Backway of Kilkhampton, yeo.
5 closes of land called South Huddisland in Kilkhampton.

[no title]  CF/1/1450  29 Sep. 1741

Contents:
99 yr. lease.
Jn. Wise of Totnes esq., Agnes Sawle of Penrice, wid., Jn. Lee of Lyons Inn, Mddx., gent., and Jn. Warne of Totnes, gent., trustees of Jn. Sawle's lands, to Rich. Pellamounter of Kilkhampton, gent.
Kerry's Handsland, alias South Hudsland.

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