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Reference X 670
Covering dates 1742-1919
Held by Cornwall Record Office
Extent 30 Files
Source of acquisition Accession no. 3190
Deedsxdeposited by Mr. James West
22 March, 1983.

Contents:
Property deeds, wills and other documents relating to Trewithian. Also a Lanhydrock estate sale catalogue



[no title]  X 670/1-2  1 and 2 October 1742

Contents:
Covenant (Lease and Release) 5s. (ii)-(i) to suffer a recovery.
(i) John Parkings, St. Wenn, yeoman
(ii) Richard Maddock, Middle Temple, London, gent.
(iii) Warwick Oben, borough of Tregony, gent.
(i)-(ii) - - capital mansion house and barton of Trewithian in St. Wenn, then in possession of (i)
(In trust for (ii) to become tenant for common recovery. (iii) to be plaintiff or demandant. (i) to be vouchee and to recover).
Witnessed Jn. Lanyon Anne Hicks, John Thomson, James Flower, B. Gifford.

[no title]  X 670/3  7 September 1764

Contents:
Marriage Settlement. Marriage of (i) and (ii). Competent jointure.
(i) William Thomas, Lanivet, yeo.
(ii) Lawrence Thomas, Lanivet, yeo.
George Sandy, St. Wenn, yeoman
(iii) Jane Perkins, spinster, dtr. of Jane Perkins of St. Wenn, widow.
(Recital of will of John Perkins (decd.) of 19 August 1742. To Jane Perkins, widow. - - Trewithian in St. Wenn).
(i) enfeoffed
(ii) - - Trewithian in St. Wenn. In trust for use of Jane Perkins, widow of John Perkins, for life, then to (i) for life, then to Jane Perkins, spinster, then heirs of (i) and Jane Perkins. (i) to make sure conveyance (within 7 years) to (ii) by fine or other means for 200 years term. On trust to suffer Wm. Thomas to occupy Trewithian to pay Jane Perkins, widow, her lawful 1 jointure and dower, then to Jane Perkins, spinster for life, then to heirs of the marriage.
Witd. James Thomas, Richard Sandy.

[no title]  X 670/4  26 April 1790

Contents:
Mortgage (Release). £200 (ii)-(i).
(i) William Thomas, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Mary Sandy, St. Wenn, widow.
(i)-(ii) - - capital mansion house, barton and demesnes called Trewithian, formerly in the possession of John Parkings, yeoman, (decd.), then in possession of - Treffry, yeoman, decd., then Jane Thomas, widow, decd., then in possession of Wm. Pope, yeoman, then (i).
Witd. Nicholas Crewes, Rd. Sandy, John Rickard.
Endorsed with note of promise by (i) to pay to Mary Sandy £60 with interest to be charged on premieses above. (Witd. George Sandy 26 March 1791).

[no title]  X 670/5  4 May 1792

Contents:
Further mortgage £400 (ii) to (i).
(i) Wm. Thomas, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Mary Sandy, St. Wenn,. gent.
(Recital of X 670/4). Recital (i) did not redeem that mortgage. Recital (i) owed (ii) £361. 2s. Recital (i) borrowed from (ii) further sum of £38.18s.)
(i)-(ii) - - Trewithian in St. Wenn.
Witd. Nicholas Crews, Nicholas Crews. junior.

[no title]  X 670/6-8  8 and 9 April, 1794

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a recovery with counterpart. For barring entail. (Lease and Release and counterpart).
(i) Wm. Thomas, St. Wenn, gent and wife Margaret.
Mary Sandy, St. Wenn, widow.
(ii) Thomas Peake of Southampton Buildings, Middlesex, gent.
(iii) Richard Sandy, St. Wenn.
(Recital of X 670/4 and 5. £400 not paid. (i) owed Mary Sandy, widow, £525).
(i)-(ii) - - Trewithian, St. Wenn. (On trust for (ii) to become tenant to freehold. Common recovery to be at cost of Wm. Thomas. Demandant to be (iii). (i) to be vouched to warranty. Recoverer: (i) to stand seized of premises subject to term of 500 years to (ii) with proviso for redemption of mortgage of £525).
Witd. John Sandy; Nicholas Crews, junior.

[no title]  X 670/9  29 September, 1806

Contents:
Release and assignment. £214.14s.3d. (iii)-(i). £1405.5s.9d. (iii)-(i).
(i) Richard Sandy and George Sandy, both of St Wenn, gentlemen, both executors of Mary Sandy, St. Wenn, widow, decd.
(ii) Margaret Thomas, formerly of Plymouth Dock, then of St. Thomas (Cornwall), widow, excx. of will of Wm. Thomas, St. Wenn, gent. decd.
(iii) Ric. Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(iv) Henry Hawkey, St. Wenn, gent.
(Recital of X 670/4 and 6-8. Receital common recovery was suffered. Recital in part of will of William Thomas of 8 May 1795 - - bequest of estate below to (ii) who was excx. Recital in part of will of Mary Sandy of 6 January 1798. She gave residue of estates to (i). Recital £525 of X 670/7 was not paid. Sum then due to (i) was £214.14s.3d. Recital (iii) contracted to purchase estate (below).
(i) and (ii)-
(iv) - - capital mansion house and barton of Trewithian, St. Wenn, occupied by (ii) (except Trewithian mill and 1 house, stable and 3 closes (3 acres), formerly in possession of Peter Curtis, then Robert Hawkey, miller. Also except 2 closes (formerly 1 close) called Mill Lands (1½a.), then in possession of Richard Andrew). To (iv) on trust for remainder of term of 500 years to go along with the reversion.
(ii)-(iii)- -capital mansion house, barton farm and demesne lands of Trewithian (with exceptions of Trewithian Mill and 5 closes as above). Also Lantuel alias Lantervel, St. Wenn, occupied by (iii) as (ii)'s tenant).
Witd. Nicholas Crews.

[no title]  X 670/10-11  19 and 20 November, 1817

Contents:
Mortgage (Lease and Release). £390 (ii)-(i).
(i) Richard Andrew, Trewithian, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Elizabeth Moon, Trelill, Wendron, spinster.
(i)-(ii) - - mansion house and farm of Trewithian, St. Wenn, occ. by (i).
Witd. T. T. Hawkey.

[no title]  X 670/12  28 May 1818

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. Yearly rent £4. Heriot 6d. (ii)'s erection of house on premises (below).
(i) Richard Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) John Courtis, St. Wenn, yeo.
(i)-(ii) - - plot of 10 acres hedged in ('lately') from Lantuel common. Some 10a., with 1/3 of the moor lying below the premises. With watercourse through Kent's tenement.
(Minerals and quarries of store reserved. Lives: (ii) (44), and his sons John (19) and Richard (11). (ii) to repair. Re-entry in default of distress after arrears of 28 days, or failure to build barn, or if property in decay to value of 40s. and not repaired within 3 months, or failure to produce 'lives' or proof of their existence etc.).
Witd. T. T. Hawkey.
Endsd. with note of sale by Richard Courtis and (ii), his brother to (ii) (sic) right and title to above premises 'or any other effects by his father' for sum in hand of £7 (28 December 1852). Witd. Ric. Andrew, Emma Andrew.

[no title]  X 670/13  23 December, 1819

Contents:
Lease for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. House built on premises. Yearly rent £4. Heriot 6d.
(i) Richard Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Thomas Coad, St. Wenn,. yeo.
(i)-(ii) - - plot of land, part of Lantuel common ('lately hedged in') on which a house had been built, occ. by (ii), containing 10 acres of land. Also 1/3 of moor below this plot to be divided by (i).
(Minerals and quarries of stone reserved. Lives: (ii) (36), Thomas Coad, junior (6) and Elizabeth Coad (11), both (ii)'s children. (ii) to repair walls, hedges, posts, gates, fences, windows, shutters, doors, locks etc. (including house built on premises). Re-entry in default of distress after arrears of 28 days, or for decay not repaired, or failure to produce 'lives' to (i) or give proof of their existence after 3 calendar months.)
Witd. T. T. Hawkey.

[no title]  X 670/14-15  29 January, 1820

Contents:
Lease and copy for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. House built by (ii) on premises. Rent £4. Heriot 6d.
(i) Richard Andrew, Trewithian, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Philip Kent, St. Wenn, yeoman.
(i)-(ii) - - plot on Lantuel common 'lately' hedged in on which house was built by (ii). About ten acres of land in St. Wenn, with 1/3 part of moor below to be divided by (i). Lay on east side of Lantuel, St. Wenn, between two tenements occupied by John Courtis and Thomas Coad. (Minerals and quarries of stone reserved. Lives: (ii) (32), his wife Elizabeth (32) and their son Richard Kent (9). (ii) to pay 1/20 part of tithes, church rates, highway rates. (ii) to repair all buildings on premises including buildings newly erected.
Re-entry in default of distress after arrears of 28 days or failure to produce 'lives' or proof of their existence after 3 months notice.)
Witd. T. T. Hawkey.
Lease endorsed (i) 'Surrendered by (? Samuel) Pedlar 14 August 1890 & receipt for same given as by way of surrender. H. Whitford'.
(ii) Assignment by John Pound of St. Wenn to his son William Pound of St. Wenn to his son William Pound of leasehold ten. of Lantuel (2 November 1852)

[no title]  X 670/16  20 November 1821

Contents:
Further charge. £50 (ii)-(i)
(i) Richard Andrew, Trewithian, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Elizabeth Moon, Trelill, Wendron, spinster.
(Recital (i) owed (ii) £390 on X 670/11. Borrowed further £50).
(i)-(ii) - - (charged on) Trewithian, St. Wenn.
Witd. T. T. Hawkey.

[no title]  X 670/17-18  24 December, 1830

Contents:
Lease and counterpart for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. Covenants. Yearly rent £7. Heriot 6d.
(i) Ric. Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Ric. Austen, St. Wenn, tailor.
(i)-(iii) - - house and barn and common land called Trewithian (24 acres).
(North and south and east; Nantewel (= Lantuel) common; west part of Trewollack, St. Wenn. With right of turbary on north and east side of premises, with liberty to water the premises, by constructing stream of water to premises from Nantewel watercourse. (Reserved: liberty to enclose Lantuel common; minerals, stone, slate etc. Lives: (ii) (52), his wife Susan (46), John Maine (36) son of John Maine. (ii) to perform suit of court within 20 miles (5s. for non-appearance), suit of Mill, to secure office off of reeve. Re-entry after arrears of 20 days, non-repair of decay, to value of 40s. after 3 months notice, or act(s) by (ii) prejudicial to (1)'s title. (ii) to keep premises in repair and five legal proof of existence of life or lives. If no proof after 1 year, (ii) to surrender premises to person entitled to the reversion).
Witd. Thurstan Collins, Robert Kent.
Counterpart endorsed in pencil, 'George Courtis. Notice breach of Covts. Non-repair. Agricultural covenants'.

[no title]  X 670/19  23 October, 1846

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage. £440 and interest (iii)-(ii).
(i) Ric. Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Thomas Teophilus Hawkey, St. Wenn, gent.
(iii) John Best, St. Columb Major, spirit merchant.
(Recital of X 670/10-11 and X 670/16.
Recital: Elizabeth Moon died 22 May 1843.
Codicil to will dated 17 May 1846 apptd. (ii) her executor. Will proved (Exeter Ecclesiastical Court 26 August 1846). Rec. £440 still owing to (ii).
(ii)-(iii) - - assignment of mortgage sums of £390 and £50.
- - Release of Trewithian, St. Wenn.
Witd. Thos. Whitford, solicitor, St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/20  2 and 17 May, 1843

Contents:
Copy of will of Elizabeth Moon with bequests to T. T. Hawkey, Henry J. Moon, Anna Moon, her sister Dorothy, Margaret Drew, Betsy Drew. Residue to Elizabeth Drew and Jane Hawkey 2 May 1843
Witd. John English, Mary English.
Codicil apptg. executor, Thomas Theophilus Hawkey, 17 May 1843
Witd. Mary Mullis and Betsy Friend.

[no title]  X 670/21  24 December 1850

Contents:
Lease for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. Yearly rent £3. Heriot 6d.
(i) Ric. Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Wm. Collicoat, St. Wenn, labourer.
(i)-(ii) - - messuage, tenement and premises called Little Trewithing 'lately parcel of the Rye Down Park in Trewithing (presumably = Trewithian), consisting of house, barn, cart house and 14 acres of land statute measure in St. Wenn. Occupied by (ii). With right of pasture on Trewithing Common and turbary on eighteen yards yearly 'with liberty to take pot water from the leat leading to Trewithing.'
(Minerals, timber, stone, slate, marl reserved. Live (ii) (45), his wife Mary (47), their son Thomas (19), (ii) to pay rates, taxes, tithes etc. and to repair premises. Re-entry in default of distress after arrears of 26 days, or decay not repaired to value of 40s. after 3 months notice, or failure of (ii) to produce lives or proof of their existence.)
Witd. J. Whitefield.

[no title]  X 670/22  20 December, 1850

Contents:
Lease for 99 yrs. or 3 lives. Yearly rent £3. Heriot 6d.
(i) Ric. Andrew, St. Wenn, gent.
(ii) Thomas Nail, St. Wenn, labourer.
(i)-(ii) - - Nail's tenement 'lately parcel of Lantuel Down Park' consisting of a house and 15 acres statute measure in St. Wenn, occ. by (ii). (Minerals, stone, slate, marl, timber (except fruit trees) reserved, also coursing, shooting and sporting. Lives: (ii) (41), his wife Nancy (38), their son Richard (10) (ii) to pay rates, taxes, tithes and to keep property in repair. (ii) not to drive cattle through Down Parks or make a thoroughfare through Down Parks 'or any of the grounds leading to and from Trewithing to the said demised premises to the Commons when such Commons shall be in tillage of Corn. Re-entry in default of distress after arrears of 28 days, or if premises out of repair to value of 40s. and not repaired after 3 months notice of if 'lives' not shown or proof of their existence after 3 months notice.)
Witd. J. Whitefield, St. Columb
Memorandum of agreement of (i) and (ii) for (ii) to build a barn and cattle house on the premises within 2 years.

[no title]  X 670/23  25 May 1855

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage. £440. (ii)-(i).
(i) John Best, St. Columb Major, spirit merchant.
(ii) Walter Woon, Grampound, gent,
(Recital of X 670/19 and its recitals)
(i)-(ii) - - assignment mortgage sum of £440.
(i)-(ii) - - release of capital mansion and farm of Trewithian, St. Wenn.
Witd. Sack Noy Scott, clerk to Messrs. Coode Sons & Shilson, solicitors, St. Austell.
Endorsed, 'Interest paid to the 25th of May 1856'.

[no title]  X 670/24  21 August 1857

Contents:
Reconveyance. £550. John Best - T. T. Hawkey (decd.) and £440 paid by I Wilkins and J. West to (iii).
(i) Theophilus Moon, H. M. Custom House, London. (heir at law of Eliz. Moon of Penryn, spinster, decd.)
(ii) Thomas Whitford, St. Columb Major, banker
Thomas Whitford, St. Columb Major, executors of will of Thomas Theophilus Hawkey, St. Wenn, (who was sole benefactor of the will of Elizabeth Moon).
(iii) Walter Woon, formerly of Grampound, then of Trewithian, St. Wenn, gent.
(Recital of X270/23 and its recitals.
Recital Theophilus Hawkey's will of 28 December, 1850 appt. (ii) his executors. Rec. T. T. Hawkey died 31 December 1851; his will proved (Archdeaconry Court of Cornwall), February 1851. Rec. in part of last will of Richard Andrew of 1 June 1854; real and personal estate to Ignatius Wilkins and James West (trustees and executors). Recital that Richard Andrew died in 1850 - will proved (Archdeaconry of Cornwall) 1850. Rec. £440 still due to (iii). Trustees of Ric. Andrew's will desirous of paying this sum; legal estate vested in (i)).
(i) - Ignatius Wilkins and
James West - - capital mansion house and barton farm of Trewithian, St. Wenn, formerly occupied by Richard Andrew, decd.
Witd. Wm. Moon, solicitor, 15 Lincolns Inn Fields; HenryWhitford, solicitor, St. Columb; W. Shilson.

[no title]  X 670/25  21 January 1859

Contents:
Appointment of now trustees and Conveyance and assignment.
(i) Ignatius Wilkins, Wadebridge, surgeon. James West St. Breock, yeoman.
(ii) Edward Pascoe, Sconhoe, St. Austell, gent.
(III) John Lavers Liscombe Sole, Devonport, gent.
(Rec. of will of Rich, and Andrew, 1 June 1854, see X 670/24 - recitals; provision for new trustee. Rec. of codicil to will of 19 December 1854: dtr. Emma Andrew to have annuity of £15 and bed and bedding and drawer. Rec. Ric. Andrew died 31 May 1856; will proved by (i) in Archdeaconry Court of Cornwall 9 August, 1856. (i) had sold personal estate and effects of testator except furniture in testator's parlour at Trewithen and cellar behind the parlour and in the two bed room over the parlour and cellar which were to go to the testator's dtrs. Elizabeth and Emma as long as they or either of the remained unmarried. Rec. (i) from sale of personal estate of Ric. Andrew had paid funeral expenses, testamentary expenses and his mortgage. Rec. (i) invested residue of money in purchase of £112. 7s. 5d. stock £3% Consolidated Bank Annuities. This £112 etc. was residue of testator's personal estate, subject to payment to (i) of £7. 1s. 11d. Recital of X 670/23 (i) wanted to be discharged of further trusts. They had transferred £112.7s.5d. 3% Consols to (ii) and (iii) as new trustees.)
(i) apptd. (ii) and (iii) trustee of will of Richard Andrew (decd.). (see above recitals).
(i)-(iii and (iii) - - mansion house and farm Trewithian and Lantuel ten. in St. Wenn.
(i)-(ii) and (iii) assignment of furniture at Trewithian (see recitals) and residue of estate R. Andrew.
Wtd. John Martin West of Burlorne, St. Breock, yeoman; Thomas H. Gill, solicitor, Devonport; John Trenhaile, clerk to Messrs. Sole and Gill, solicitors, Devonport.

[no title]  X 670/26  5 November, 1860

Contents:
Appointment of trustee.
(i) Edwd. Pascoe of Sconhoe, St. Austell, gent.
(ii) John Savers Siscombe Sole, Devonport, gent.
(iii) The said Edward Pascoe and the said John Hicks.
(Recital of X 670/24. E. Pascoe and J. Sole sold part of stock (see X 670/24) to pay their debts. Residuary Estate of Ric. Andrews consists of estates (below) conveyed and assigned at £82.3s.7d. stock J. S. S. Sole wanted to be discharged from further execution of trust.
(i) transferred stock to (iii)
(i) apptd. (ii) new trustee
(i) conveyed to (11) and heirs - - cap. messuage called Trewithian, and Lantuel in St. Wenn.
To (ii) to use of (iii)
(i) assigned to (iii) furniture at Trewithian (see recitals of X 670/24.
Witd. W. F. Congdon and Nicholas Martin of St. Austell, accountants; John Edmonds of 18 The Parade Plymouth, solicitor; Wm. Thomas May of no. 1, Rickland Street, Plymouth accountant.

[no title]  X 670/27  13 August, 1861

Contents:
Mortgage. £200. (ii)-(i).
(i) Edward Pascoe, Sconhoe, St. Austell, gent.
John Hicks, Mevagissey, yeoman (trustees of will of Mr. Richard Andrew, decd.).
(ii) Sarah Ann Gifford, Devonport, spinster.
(Recital of will of Ric. Andrew, formerly of Trewithian, St. Wenn, yeo. (decd.) dated 1 June 1854. Real and personal estate to Ignatius Wilkins, surgeon, and James West, the testator's son in law on trust to pay testator's dtr. Mary Andrew (a lunatic) annuity of £35 and any other money needed to support her. This annuity charged on lands of Trewithen and Lantuel. Also on trust for trustees to pay testator's dtrs. Elizabeth Andrew and Boss Andrew annuity of £10 each which they remained unmarried. Also on trust for trustees to allow testator's dtrs. Elizabeth and Emma use of the parlour and cellar behind the same, the 2 bedrooms over the parlour and the cellar at testator's house at Trewithian 'and also to have the use of either the Kitchen or Hallchimney at the option of Testators Executors for the purpose of cooking victuals. Also on trust to pay testator's dtrs. Phillippa West and Anna Maria Pascoe the sum of £100 each, and his daughter Nanny Bennett Pinch £50. On trust to pay testator's dtr. Eliz. Andrew yearly sum of £7 for support and maintenance of testator's grand daughter Philippa Pascoe during her minority. Pascoe and her sister Phillippa Pascoe £25 within 2 years after they attain the age of 21 years or were married. Trustees should stand possessed of testator's real and personal estate until there was a sale under the power in testator's will and meanwhile to apply income and profits for sole use and benefit of testator's son Richard Andrew and his assigns during his life. After sale of estate, trustees to pay testator's expenses and debts and invest residue of the money. If they did not sell during life of testator's son there to be further trusts. Recital of codicil to will of 19 December 1854: annuity of £15 for life to be paid to testator's dtr. Emma Andrew. Annuity to be chargeable on Lantuel and Trewithian. Rec. testator died 31 May 1856. (Executors = trustees). Excrs. proved will 9 August 1856 in archdeaconry court of Cornwall. Rec. deed. of 21 January 1859 apptd. Edward Pascoe and J. L. S. Sole. sole trustees of the will. Recital of X 670/25. Recital estate of testator then still unsold, though annuities paid. Value of estate would not extend to pay legacies (though testamentary charges etc. paid).
(i)-(ii) - - mansion and barton farm of Trewithian, St. Wenn, occ. by Margaret Thomas (except Trewithian mill and house and stable and 3 closes of 3 acres, formerly in possession of Peter Curtis, then in posa. of Robert Hawkey, miller. Also 2 closes (formerly 1) adjoining known as Mill Lands (1½a.). formerly in possession of Ric. Andrew, decd.)
- - Lantuel in St. Wenn, formerly occ. by Ric. Andrew, decd, as tenant to Margaret Thomas. (Rec. conveyed to Richard Andrew by X 670/9). ((ii) could give 6 monthsnotice to sell estates of mortgage not redeemed).
Witd. John D. Pearce, clerk to Messrs. Sole and Gill, solicitors, Devonport.

[no title]  X 670/28  29 June, 1867

Contents:
Assignment of lease. £11. (ii)-(i).
(i) John Taylor, Reskivers, Veryan, labourer
(ii) George Courtis, Trewithian, St. Venn, farmer.
(Recital of death of Susan Austen, formerly of Veryan, widow, entitled to leasehold premises (below) died 30 March 1867. Letters of administration of her goods and chattels were granted 5 June 1867 by District Probate Registry to (i)).
(i)-(ii) - - house, barn and common land called Trewithian in St. Wenn (24a.). North, south, east, Nantewe] common, west: part of Trewollack, St. Wenn). (Original lease, X 670/17).
Witd. Thomas Nicholls, solicitor, St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/29  23 January 1868

Contents:
Appointment of Trustee.
(i) John Hicks, formerly of Penwarne, Mevagissey, then of St. Issey, yeo.
(ii) James Stick of Lanivet, yeoman.
(Rec. (i) was only surviving trustee of will and codicil of Richard Andrew for his estate of Trewithian and Lantuel, St. Wenn.)
(i)-(ii) - - farms of Trewithian and Lantuel, St. Wenn of which (ii) to join (i) as trustee under will of Richard Andrew
Witd. Henry Whitefield, solicitor, St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/30  25 June 1868

Contents:
Further charge. £37 (with interest at £5 per cent) (ii)-(i).
(i) John Hicks, St. Issey, yeoman.
James Stick, Lanivet, yeoman.
(ii) Joseph Slick, Kernick, Helland, yeo.
(Recital of mortgage of 30 May 1868 between (a) The Revd. Edwin Hamilton Gifford and Edwin Lywood (b) = (i), (c) = (ii), (c) - (a) - £200. (a) & (b) - (c) - - mansion house and farm of Trewithian, St. Wenn (except Trewithian mill, 3 little closes and 2 closes adjg. (1½ acres) called Mill Lane) - - Lantuel, St. Wenn. Recital of mortgage (Lease and Release) 29 and 30 September 1806 between (i) Richard and George Sandy, gentlemen (2) Margaret Thomas, widow, (3) Ric. Andrew (4) Hen. Hawkey - - estate conveyed to (3) subject to redemption of mortage of £200. This sum still not paid).
(i) covenanted to redeem mortgage by following 25 December.
Witd. Henry P. Whitefield, solicitor, St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/31  30 May, 1868

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage. £200 (+ interest at £5%) (iii)-(i)
(i) The Revd. Edwin Hamilton Gifford, formerly of City of Exeter, then of Walgrave, Hants. [...] , Edwin Lywood, Middle Wyke Andover, Hants., gents.
(ii) John Hick, Mevagissey, yeo.
James Stick, Lanivet, yeo.
(iii) Joseph Slick, Kernick, Helland, yeo.
(Recital of X 670/26. Default made in payment of this mortgage. Recital of marriage settlement of 5 June 1865 between (a) Francis John Peake Shapcote, (b) Sarah Ann Gifford, (c) = (i) rectg. X 670/26 and that a marriage had been arranged between (a) and (b). Mortgage security to be settled on trusts of marriage, (b) with consent of (a) assigned to (c) mortgage debt due to (b) and lands on which mortgage was secured. To (c) on trust to transfer mortgage. Marriage took place Edward Pascoe died in 1867 leaving (ii) as surviving trustee. Recital. of X 670/28. Rec. £200 still due to (i) (interest paid). Rec. (ii) requested (iii) to pay of £200.
(i) and (ii)-(iii)
- - Trewithian (with exceptions of X 670/29) and Lantuel, St. Wenn
(i) - (iii) - - principal mortgage sum of £200.
Witd. Thomas H. Gill, solicitor, Devonport. Hen. F. Whitefield, solcr. St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/32  19 October 1871

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage and Further Charge. £235 (iii)-(i). £130 (iii)-(i).
(i) Joseph Slick, Kernick, Helland, yeo.
(ii) John Hicks, St. Issey, yeoman
James Stick, Lanivet, yeoman.
(iii) Emma Andrew, Lanivet, spinster.
(Rec. of X 670/30. Rec. of further charge of 25 June 1868. btwn. (ii) and (i) on premises of £35).
(i) at request
Of (ii)-(iii) - Trewithian (with exceptions of X 670/29) and Lantuel.
(i)-(iii) - - assignment of mortgage sum of £235.
Witd. John Werry, Henry F. Whitefield, solicitor, St. Columb.

[no title or date]  X 670/33

Contents:
Transfer of morgage £365 (+ interest at £5%) (iii)-(i).
(i) Emma Andrew, Lanivet, spinster
(ii) John Hicks, St. Issey., yeo.
James Stick, Lanivet, yeo.
(iii) Thomas Hicks, Tregamere, St. Columb Major, yeo.
(Recital of.X 670/30. Rec. of further charge on premises of £35, see X 670/31 recitals. Recital of X 670/31. Sums of £235 and £130 not paid.)
(i) and (ii)-(iii)
-- Trewithian (with exceptions of X 670/29) and Lantuel.
(i)-(iii) -- assignment of mortgage sums of £365.
10 September 1874
Endorsed: Further Charge of £35.
(i) John Hicks and James Stick
(ii) Thomas Hicks.
(i)-(ii).-- promise to pay £35 on following 11 March 1882.
Witd. Hen. F. Whitfield, solicitor, St. Columb; Elizabeth Henwood; Richard Verran, Lanivet.
10 August, 1881.

[no title]  X 670/34  10 September 1888

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage. £400 (interest £4%). (iii)-(i)
(i) Thomas Hicks, Tregamere, St. Columb Major, yeo.
(ii) James Stick, formerly of Lanivet, then of St. Columb Major, yeo.
(iii) Henry Francis Whitefield, St. Columb, gent.
(i)-(iii) -- assignment of mortgage sums of £365 and £35.
(i) - (iii) -- estate of Trewithian and Lantuel.
Witd. Martin D. West, St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/35  8 July, 1892

Contents:
Reconveyance. £400. (ii)-(i)
(i) Henry Francis Whitefield, Newquay, gent.
(ii) James Stick, St. Columb, yeoman.
(i)-(ii) -- estate of Trewithian and Lantuel, St. Wenn.
Witd. Arthur B. Murray, solicitor, St. Columb.

[no title]  X 670/36  Sale dated 13 December, 1919

Contents:
Sale catalogue (Lanhydrock Estate) of freehold estates within the manor of Nether Helland in parish of Helland, and the manors of Tregustick, Tremore and Rosewarrick in St. Wenn and Withiel. (Plans 1 and 1(A), plan no. 2. missing) (2219 acres).
(Bole-Carew estate) Lower Lank farm and De Lank quarries, St. Breward (plan (no. 3).

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