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Reference GP
Covering dates 1396-1935
Held by Cornwall Record Office
Extent 11 SUB FONDS
Source of acquisition Deposited by Messrs Grylls and Paige, Solicitors, Redruth
(Accession 69)
(Accession 250)
(Accession 255)
(Accession 256)
(Accession 676)
Creators Grylls and Paige, Redruth, Cornwall, solicitors
Arrangement Re-catalogued 1996-97

Contents:
TITLE DEEDS,
LEASES,
MANORIAL DOCUMENTS,
BONDS, COVENANTS and ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT,
SETTLEMENTS,
LEGAL,
PROBATE,
PARISH RECORDS,
MINING RECORDS,
PARISH RECORDS,
MINING RECORDS,
MAPS and PLANS,
MISCELLANEOUS



Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP1  8 September 1521
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Gift
1. John Betty alias John Gwyeder
2. Paul Chyton
Messuages in Breanek
Power of attorney to Stephen Langharn and John Chappell
Witnesses: Robert Vyvyan, Martin Pendree, Richard Bonythen, John Chyton junior, Richard Trevonans and others
Place date: Breanek
With quitclaim of 10 September 1521 witnessed by Master John Payne, chaplain, Roger William, Ralph Talak

[no title]  GP2  18 November 1559

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Henry, earl of Rutland
2. William White of St. Agnes, yeoman
A messuage in Gonown lately held by Richard Webbe; a messuage in Bryanneck lately held by 2.; a Crasing Mill, Stamping Mill and appurtenances lately held by John Tregyon, esq.; a tenement in Trenethike lately held by John Reynolde; a moiety of a tenement in Stemcose lately held by Teage Coffe
Consideration: £47 10s
Proviso: except a fifteenth of Toll tin found on or under the premises

[no title]  GP3  24 November 1559
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment and power of attorney
1. Henry, Duke of Rutland
2. Nicholas Beauchampe of Chyton, St. Agnes, gent.
Bryanneke and Cheseyse in Bryanneke, and waterways called Hedwere in Bryanneke, with appurtenances
Power of attorney to William, John and James
Endorsed: Delivery of seisin and list of witnesses

[no title]  GP4  18 July 1561

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. William Whyta of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. John Chyton of St. Agnes, son of Roger Chyton, deceased
Bryanecke
Consideration: £18

[no title]  GP5/1-2  29 April 1569

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Drewe John alias Ryse of St. Keverne, gent and his wife Jane
2. William Whyta of St. Agnes, tin merchant
Messuages in Penwennacke, Chyvownder, Chyton, Trevownance, Towen and Gonewyn
Consideration: £68
With bond

[no title]  GP6  13 May 1581
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Paul Polpera of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. Walter Treluddrowe of Newlyn [East], gent.
One messuage in Brianeck, which 1. had of his father John, recently deceased, by the gift of Henry, earl of Rutland

[no title]  GP7/1-3  2 September 1582

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Margery Jenkyn of St. Keverne, widow and her son George Jenkyn
2. John Lanyen, junior, of St. Agnes, gent.
Messuages in Penwennacke, Chivownder, Breanecke, Chiton, Trevownance, Towen and Gonewyne
Consideration: £10

[no title]  GP8/1-2  Octave of St. Michael 1586
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
1. Thomas Tonkynge alias Trevawnans, querent
2. Roger Harkacke alias Andrewartha, deforciant
Land in Agnes alias St Tannes and Andrewartha and rights to pasture above Trewartha Downe and Andrewartha
Consideration: 160 marks of silver
With counterpart

[no title]  GP9/1-2  13 August 1596

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Walter Treluddrowe of Newlyn [East], gent., his wife Marie and their son Thomas
2. Robert Trethewye of St. Stephen in Brannell
Property in Bryannecke and Chyvounder, now held by Raffe Angowe in the right of his wife
Consideration: £30
With power of attorney to Humphrye Sydnam and Peter Hendra
Endorsed: Treluddrow's mortgage to Trethewye...
With copy of a deed of the same date to surrender the said premises on payment of 1400 pounds weight of white tin 12 August 1597

[no title]  GP10  30 December 1608

Contents:
Feoffment
1. John Lanyon of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Edward Lanyon, 1.'s second son
¼ of Penwennacke

[no title]  GP11  10 April 1610

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Justinian Ryce of St. Keverne, yeoman
2. Richard Smyth of St. Columb Major, gent.
Messuages in Breannecke, Penwenneck, Chyton and Chyvonder, formerly held by Drew Ryce, deceased
Consideration: £14

[no title]  GP12/1-2  18 December 1616


Related information: See also GP13

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Peter Beawchamp of St. Agnes, gent.
2. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent. and his son Peter Jenkyn
Lands and appurtenances called Chyenton alias Chyton, Trefownans alias Trefownas, Tounanfore, Croftwalker alias Croftwalter, Breanack, Cheseise alias Chysyes and St. Agnes Church Town
Consideration: £120
With counterpart and two copies of final concord

[no title]  GP13  6 May 1622

Contents:
Release
1. Peter Beawchamp of St. Agnes, gent.
2. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
Property in Chyton, Trefownans, Tounanford, Croftwalker, Chysyes, St. Agnes Churche Towne, Trevenethick and Gover, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Gowenvry, Chyvounder, Chynalls, Tywarnehayle Tyas and Millgissiwartha
Consideration: £344 18s 2d
Recites deed of 18 December 1616 (GP12)

[no title]  GP14/1-2  30 May 1622


Related information: See GP15 and GP27

Contents:
Feoffment
1. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
2. Peter Beauchamp of St. Agnes, gent.
Land in Chyton alias Chyanton, Trefownans, Todnanfor, Craft Walker, Breanack, Chysyse, St. Agnes Churche Towne, Gover and Trevenethick
Consideration: £344 18s 2d
With counterpart

[no title]  GP15/1-3  8 June 1622

Copies information: Three copies


Contents:
Counterpart of feoffment
1. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
2. Peter Beauchamp of St. Agnes, gent.
Consideration: £344 18s 2d
Property as GP14
Changing payment conditions of GP14

[no title]  GP16  21 October 1622
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. John Lanyon of St. Agnes, gent., his wife Jane, John Lanyon, junior, and Edward Lanyon of St. Agnes
2. Edward Noy of Mawgan, gent.
Messuages in Penwennack, Chivounder, Breaneck, Chyton, Trevownance, Towen, Gonewyn

[no title]  GP17/1-2  16 May 1623

Contents:
Draft feoffment and assignment of leases
1. Edward Noye of Penwennack, gent.
2. William Noye of Lincoln's Inn, esq. and John Arundell of Trerise, esq.
Moiety of Penwennack, and Chivounder, Breaneck, Chyton, Towen and Gonewyn, lately purchased by 1 of John Lanyon the elder, gent., his wife Jane and their son John and Edward
1. to use the property for his life, then to the use of Ann, wife of William Noye, for her lifetime, then to the heirs of 1. and in default to John Noye, gent., brother of 1. and Francis Blewett, gent. and their heirs

[no title]  GP18/1-2  9 September 1623
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Richard Smythe
2. Edward Noy
Breanneck, Penwenack, Chyton and Chyvounder, formerly held by John Ryce
With letter of attorney from 1. to John Pascowe and Edward Dancastoe

[no title]  GP19  16 October 1623

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. John Lanyon of St. Agnes, gent., his wife Jane, their eldest son John Lanyon the younger and another son Edward Lanyon of St. Agnes
2. Edward Noye of Mawgan, gent.
Moiety of the barton, messuages and capital house in Penwennack, Chivounder, Breaneck, Chyton, Trevownance, Towen, Gonewyn, lately held by John and Edward Lanyon
Consideration: 100 marks

[no title]  GP20  18 October 1625

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. William Tregea of St. Agnes, yeoman and John Tregea, his son
2. John Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
A quarter of the messuage called Towen alias Towan
Consideration: £163

[no title]  GP21  27 October 1627

Contents:
Release
1. Francis Blewett of Trefuthen, gent. and John Noy of Mawgan in Pydar, gent., at the request of Edward Noy of St. Agnes, gent. and his wife Anne
2. Edward Noye of St. Agnes, gent.
Barton and manor of Penwennack and messuages in Presincoll
Recites deed of 5 October 1627 (Edward Noye to John Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.)
With letter from John Noye to his brother Edward relating to the sale of property

[no title]  GP22  21 December 1627

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Edward Noye of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
Moiety of Penweneck, moiety of the manor of Penweneck, with messuages in Breanneck, Chiton, Treffownance alias Trevanaunce, Chivounder, Towen, Trenithick, Melin Seath, Goen wyn alias Gone owne and Gone Earle
Consideration: £310
With bond for performance of covenants including the surrender by Noye and admission of Tonkin to two tenements called Presincoll, parcel of the manor of Tywarnhaile

[no title]  GP23  1 April 1630

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Thomas Trethewye of St. Stephen in Brannel, gent.
2. John Chattey the elder of Truro, gent.
Bryanecke and Chivounder, formerly held by Ralph Angewe and his wife Agnes, now occupied by William White, clerk and Leonard Tregea
Consideration: £90

[no title]  GP24  20 December 1631

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Roger Rogers alias Beauchamp alias Chiton of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. John Toncken of St. Agnes, gent.
Breannecke alias Breanacke and St. Agnes Churche Towne, now held by 1., Richard Cledar and John Enor, sometime the lands of John Rogers alias Beauchamp alias Chiton, deceased, father of 1.
Consideration: £40

[no title]  GP25  Easter 1632
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
1. John Tonken, gent., querent
2. Roger Rogers alias Beauchamp alias Chiton, deforciant
Breaneck alias Breanack and St. Agnes Church Town
Consideration: £60

[no title]  GP26  20 September 1632
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. Roger Rogers alias Beauchampe alias Chiton of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. John Toncken of St. Agnes
Breannecke alias Breannlicke and St. Agnes Churche Towne

[no title]  GP27  14 November 1633

Contents:
Release
1. Walter Beauchamp of Penryn, gent.
2. Peter Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
Property as GP14
Consideration: £180

[no title]  GP28  10 December 1642

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. John Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkyn, son and heir of 1.
Moiety of Penwennack, Breaneck, Chiton, Trevownans, Chivounder, Towen, Trenithick, Melinseigh, Goonwyn and Goone Earle, lately held by Edward Noye, gent., part of the manor of Penwennack
Consideration: £100

[no title]  GP29  27 November 1674

Contents:
Confirmation (of deed dated 2 June 1673)
1. Hugh Tonkin, Esq.
2. Humfry Burlase and Henry Vincent, Esqs.
All his messuages, lands, mills and tenements in or called Chivounder Chynalls Trenethicke Trevisacke Banns Goenfree Presincoll Trevisacke, and the Watercourse (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile). Also a tenement called Wickett with appurtenances (Manor of Tywarnhaile Tyas).

[no title]  GP30  27 February 1690

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevownas, gent.
2. Michael Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent. and Jane Vincent of Truro, spinster
All 1.'s tin works within St. Agnes, Stannary of Tywarnhaile
2. to take the profits after 1.'s death and £2500 to be divided equally between 1.'s children
With schedule of tin bounds
With notes relating to a case at Westminster, May 1705

[no title]  GP31  22 January 1694/5

Copies information: Two copies


Contents:
Deed to make a tenant to the precipe by lease and release
1. Henry Herle of Truro, merchant
2. Hector Trelevan of St. Agnes, gent.
3. Henry Dottin of St. Clements Danes, Middlesex, gent.
4. Henry Vincent of Trelevan, esq. and Michaell Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
1-2 to 3
St. Agnes Churchtown, part of Brianneck and Chivounder, heretofore held by George Edwards and now held by 2., Nicholas Pawle, William Nicholas and Emblyn Gawen, widow and two meadows (2 acres) adjoining the land of Hugh Boscawen, two closes to the north of the said lands (6¼ acres), a close (1 acre), the croft adjoining to the south east of the two closes, the higher end of the croft next to Parkan Carne, and a moiety of the great outer croft to the south of the said lands which contains Polbreen tin bounds, now or lately held by Nicholas Pawle
Consideration: 10s by 3 to 2 and £320 by 4 to 1
Recites lease and release of 1-2 July 1689
With schedule of leases

[no title]  GP32  Easter Term, 1696
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
1. Henry Vincent, esq. and Michael Tonkyn, gent., demandants
2. Henry Dottyn, gent., tenant
3. Henry Herle
Bryaneck, Chivounder and St. Agnes
With good illustration of William and Mary

[no title]  GP33  29 September 1704

Contents:
Counterpart of mortgage
1. James Kempe of Penryn, merchant
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, gent.
Property in Chyton, Trewawnance alias Trewawnans, Turnafore alias Turnaford alias Turnafor, Croft Walker alias Craft Walter, a house and garden in St. Agnes Churchtown called Brushes tenement, a house in St. Agnes Churchtown now or lately held by Hugh Tonkin and Michael Tonkin, messuage in Chysice alias Chyses, dwelling house called Bryanyck alias Bryaneck alias Breanick at St. Agnes Churchtown, a plot called the pool in St. Agnes Churchtown, all formerly the inheritance of Peter Jenken, deceased
Mortgage: £8000 and interest

[no title]  GP34/1-2  7 January 1707/8

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. James Denbow the younger of Fowey, merchant
Moiety of St. Agnes blowing house alias the old blowing house, stamps, stamping mill and one plot of land to the south of the dwelling house there, with appurtenances, now held by Nicholas Dennithorne of St. Agnes
Mortgage: £100 plus interest
With counterpart

[no title]  GP35/1-3  8-9 August 1715

Contents:
Lease and release (with assignment of mortgage)
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. James Denbow of Fowey, merchant
3. Samuel Kempe of Carclew, esq. and Thomas Worth the younger of Penryn, merchant
2 with the consent of 1 to 3
One eighth of the tenement of Penwennack alias Prewennack, formerly held by Micheall Tonkin, gent. and Edmund Calamay
Consideration: £127 6s
With counterpart of release

[no title]  GP36  28 August 1717

Contents:
Copy release
1. John Nance of Trengoff, esq. and Chester Nance of the Middle Temple, London, esq., son and heir of John Nance
2. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
Plot of ground adjoining the Churchyard of St. Agnes to enlarge the said churchyard, part of Briannick, St. Agnes Church Town, now held by Symon Tregea of St. Agnes
Consideration: £13 15s
Recites leases of 8 April 1679 (John Nance to John Nettle of St. Agnes, since deceased, and Symon Tregea) and 6 February 1700 (John Nance to Symon Tregea)
Copy made on 9 October 1736

[no title]  GP37  10 November 1742

Contents:
Mortgage by demise for 21 years
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], Esq., eldest son and heir of Thomas Tonkin, late of the same, who was heir to Henry Vincent, son of Walter Vincent, late of Truro, deceased
2. Thomas Tonkin of Gorran, gent., second son of the said Thomas Tonkin, deceased
3. James Donnithorne of St. Agnes, gent., mortgagee
1-2 to 3
All messuages, mills and tenements called Chyvounder Chynalis Trenethick Trevisacke and Bands Goenfree Presincall Trevisacke and watercourse, St. Agnes, now in the possession of the said James Tonkin
Mortgage: £318 12s 10d plus interest

[no title]  GP38  25 March 1890


Related information: See GP684

Contents:
Duplicate Surrender
1. James Pellatt Rickman of Coxhills House, Chobham, Surrey, esq. and Robert Milburn of Cintra Beckenham, Kent, esq.
2. Francis Gilbert Enys of Enys, esq., Hugh Halse Ley of Beckenham, Kent, esq., James Jago of Truro, esq., Doctor of Medicine, David Wise Bain of Redruth, esq., John Hitchins of St. Agnes, merchant, Sarah Anne Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster, Anne Geach of Shipton Mayne, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, widow and Charles Twite of St. Agnes
3. Anna Twite, wife of the said Charles Twite
4. Emma Hitchens of Chacewater, widow
Part of Chytodden Estate
With plan
Endorsed: Duplicate surrender of portion of Wheal Friendly Sett

Cubert  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP39  20 December 1626

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. William Raw alias Tregea of St. Agnes, yeoman and John Raw alias Tregea, son and heir
2. John Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
Tenements in Trenysicke, lately held by Walter Andrew
Consideration: £100

[no title]  GP40/1-2  5-6 December 1699


Related information: See also GP161, GP168

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Cary of Clovelly, Devon, esq.
2. Michael Tonkin of Trevownance, gent.
One third of the tenements in Trenethack alias Trenesack alias Trenizack, lately held by Joane Lawrence of Cubert, widow, and previously held by Peter Jenkyn, late of Trekennen, St Columb Major, esq.
Consideration: £100

St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP41  8 April 1911

Contents:
Disentailing deed
1. John Morgan Ley of Cooliaberra, Armadale, Western Australia, farmer
2. Edwin Ley of Stoneleigh, Perth Road, Claremont, Western Australia, esq.
3. Francis Retallack of The Moorings, Exmouth, Devon, esq.
1. With the consent of 2. to 3. for the life of 2. to the use of 1.
Moiety of Treworgan Vean, parcel of the manor of Moresk

St. Kew  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP42/1-2  5 July 1752

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to Reton alias Treton alias Tretawne, St. Kew, from George Veale, gent. to John Curgenven

[no title]  GP43  26 October 1752


Related information: See GP618

Contents:
Release
1. George Veale of Penzance, gent.
2. John Curgenven of Ludgvan, yeoman
Barton of Tretawne alias Treton, Kewel an Dale, Penhendra and Tupton alias Upton, St. Kew
Consideration: £1400

[no title]  GP44  9 November 1752

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to Tretawne, delivered to John Curgenven

Mabe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP45/1-2  27-28 September 1717


Related information: See GP400-402, 641

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. William Taylder junior of Mabe, gent.
2. Robert Culverden of Mylor, gent.
Messuage in Trenoweth lately held by Thomas Rogers of Mabe, husbandman; messuage in Trenoweth lately held by Johnson Hocken of Budock, yeoman and Hugh Dodson of Budock, husbandman; and Antron in Mabe now held by Andrew Isaak of Mabe, yeoman
Mortgage: £450 plus interest

[no title]  GP45/3  28 September 1717

Contents:
Assignment of judgement at Kings Bench
1. John Russell of Falmouth, gent.
2. William Taylder of Mabe, gent.
3. Robert Culverden of Mylor, gent.
After judgement, 2. owes £400 plus costs to 3. (transferred from 1.)

[no title]  GP45/4  28 September 1717

Contents:
Bond: William Taylder bound to Robert Culverden for £900 to observe the terms of the mortgage (GP45/1-2)

[no title]  GP46/1-2  18-19 November 1719

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release
1. Robert Culverden of Mylor, gent.
2. William Taylder junior of Mabe, gent.
3. John Worth of Penryn, esq.
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Property as GP45/1-2
Mortgage: £478 2s 6d plus interest

[no title]  GP46/3  19 November 1719

Contents:
Assignment of judgement at King's Bench
Parties as GP45/1-2
After judgement, 2. owes £400 plus costs to 3. (transferred from 1.)

[no title or date]  GP46/4

Contents:
Bill to John Worth for £478 2s 6d to pay Robert Culverden for William Taylder's mortgage, 19 November 1719. Endorsed: Received 14 December 1719

[no title]  GP47  16 August 1723

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption
1. William Taylder of Mabe, gent.
2. John Worth of Penryn, esq.
Property as GP45/1-2
Consideration: £914

[no title]  GP48/1-2  7-8 January 1724

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release
1. John Worth of Penryn, esq.
2. William Taylder junior of Mabe, gent.
3. Robert Hales of Falmouth, gent.
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Property as GP45/1-2
Mortgage: £932 2s plus interest

[no title]  GP48/3  8 January 1724

Contents:
Assignment of judgement at King's Bench
1. John Worth of Penryn, esq.
2. William Taylder junior of Mabe, gent.
3. Robert Hales of Falmouth, gent.
After judgement, 2. owes £400 plus costs to 3. (transferred from 1. to 3.)

[no title]  GP49  7 January 1725

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption
1. William Taylder junior of Mabe, gent.
2. Robert Hales of Falmouth, gent.
Property as GP45/1-2
Consideration: £1000

[no title]  GP50/1-2  8-9 October 1756

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Joseph Hales of Launceston, gent.
2. William Clies of Flushing, Mylor, esq.
Property as GP45/1-2
Consideration: £1050

[no title]  GP51/1-2  Law term of St Martin 1756 (30 George II)

Contents:
Final concord
1. William Clies esq, querent
2. Joseph Hales, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, deforciants
Three messuages, three gardens, fifty acres of land, five acres of meadow, fifty acres of pasture, forty acres of furze and heath, twenty acres of moor and common land with appurtenances in Trenoweth and Antron
Consideration: £120

[no title]  GP52/1  14 April 1803

Contents:
Mortgage by lease for 500 years
1. George Chapman George of Penryn, gent.
2. Peter Harvey of the same, gent.
Property as GP45/1-2
For securing £1000 owing to 2. plus interest to be paid within one year

[no title]  GP52/2  14 April 1803

Contents:
Bond: George Chapman George of Penryn, gent. bound to Peter Harvey of the same, gent., for £2000 as security to pay within one year £1000 plus lawful interest of 5% per annum

[no title]  GP53/1  8 October 1805

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. Peter Harvey of Penryn, gent.
2. George Chapman George of the same, gent.
3. Charles Scott of the same, gent.
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Property as GP45/1-2
Mortgage: £1080 plus interest

[no title]  GP53/2  8 October 1805

Contents:
Bond: George Chapman George of Penryn, gent., bound to Charles Scott of Penryn, gent., for £2160 as security to pay within one year £1080 plus lawful interest of 5% per annum

[no title]  GP54/1-2  16 March 1809

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Francis Paynter of Trekenning, St. Columb Major, gent, William Richards of Penryn, esq. and Charles Scott of Helston, gent.
2. John Thomas of Chiverton, esq. and Benjamin Hearne of Penryn, merchant
3. George Chapman George of Penryn, gent.
4. Charles Scott of Helston, gent.
5. Sir William Lemon of Carclew, Mylor, baronet
6. Samuel Plomer of Manaccan, gent.
7. Benjamin Hearne of Penryn, merchant
8. Sarah Thomas of Penryn, spinster
9. Joan Tresidder of St. Gluvias, widow
10. Thomas Grylls of Helston, gent.
11. John Borlase of Helston, gent.
Property as GP45/1-2
Consideration: £1980 paid to 1. by 10. with the consent of 2-8
Sundry assignments of leases

[no title]  GP55/1-2  29 September 1814

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Humphrey Millett Grylls of Helston, gent.
2. Edward Coode of St. Austell, gent.
3. John Borlase of Helston, gent.
4. William Hocker the younger of St. Mewan, clerk
3. and 4. to hold in trust for 2.
Property as GP45/1-2
Consideration: £2500 paid by 2. to 1.

[no title]  GP56  27-28 September 1838

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Edward Coode of St. Austell, gent.
2. William Rogers of Falmouth, esq.
40 acres in Antron, lately held by Thomas Knowles, deceased, and Caleb Knowles, his nephew except common lands called Long Downs or other waste
Consideration: £2400

[no title]  GP57  28 September 1838

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 1000 years
1. Edward Coode of St. Austell, gent.
2. Rev. William Hocker of St. Mewan, clerk
3. William Rogers of Falmouth, esq.
4. John Carlyon of Truro, gent.
2. to 4. to hold in trust for 3.
Premises in Antron

Madron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP58  26 September 1775

Contents:
Draft of release
1. Thomas Daniel of Truro, esq., Robert Maxwell of Lombard Street, London, gent. and Richard Lawrance of Budock, merchant
2. Richard Hichens of Trengwainton, Madron, esq.
Tenement in Polteor, now held by 1.
Consideration: £1600

[no title]  GP59  1801

Contents:
Abstract of title listing deeds of Richard Hichens, esq., relating to his title to Poltair

Paul  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP60  18 November 1633

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. John Keygwine the younger of Paul, yeoman
2. Jenckyn Keygwine, brother of 1., of the same, yeoman
Moiety of property in Mousehole, namely - one messuage, tenement and garden with appurtenances bounded on the east by the lands of the King and on the west by land of Henery Pentreath, now held by John Simon; one messuage tenement and garden with appurtenances bounded on the north by the lands of the heirs of John Lawry and on the south by the lands of Ezechell' Grosse, Esq., now or late held by Thomas Cock;
A messuage called the Backehowse;
A messuage called Hyngye Hoskyn;
A close of two acres called Parke Hoskyn;
A close of one and an eighth acres called Parke an Yeat;
A parcel of one eighth acre in a close called Parke ane Grouse, lately held by Elizabeth Keygwin, widow;
One messuage and two closes (2½ acres) held by William Hutchens
Consideration: £22 10s
Endorsed: Delivery of seisin on 22 November 1633

[no title]  GP61  22 September 1725

Contents:
Release
1. John Harvey of St. Kew, yeoman
2. John Lawrence of Feock, yeoman
3. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
Ragennis alias Regennis, lately held by John Carvowsa and William Carvowsa
Consideration: £1149 9s paid by 3. to 2; £768 11s paid by 3. to 1.

[no title]  GP62/1-2  2-3 December 1731


Related information: See GP66

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, Paul, esq.
2. Humphry Pascoe of St. Ives, merchant
Messuage containing a dwelling house and garden with a stitch of land and rights on the commons in Town Place and a close of one acre and a close of half an acre in Burwinny alias Paul Church Town and rights on the commons of the same, formerly held by Mary Scaddan, spinster; and a messuage containing a dwelling house, garden, bowling green, a field of one and a half acres called Parkantrap, and a stitch of land in Todden Coath containing half an acre, formerly held by John Kiverne; a field of one and a half acres called Parkantrap, formerly held by John and Phillip Kalynack, and a stitch or half a croft called the Farme in Burwinny alias Paul Church Town, formerly held by Edward Kalynack, with rights on the commons of Churchplace, Burwinny and Paul Downes, and a stitch of half an acre in Paulgrean, formerly held by John Jeffery, now or lately held by William Hoskin of Paul, yeoman; and a moiety of property in Burwinny with rights on the commons of Brewinny Downs, now or lately held by Hugh Davy of Mousehole; and a close of three quarters of an acre adjoining Trewarvenethvean and one stitch of quarter of an acre in Newlyn within a close of the house formerly held by John Ustick, lately held by Phillip Kalynach, now held by 1.; and two dwelling houses in Mousehole, now occupied by Thomas Bennatts and Bennett Hanniffer, in the possession of 1.
Mortgage: £80 plus interest

[no title]  GP63  25 March 1733

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
2. John Carvossoe of Paul, yeoman
3. William Carvossoe and Francis Carvossoe of Paul, yeoman
4. Uriah Tonkin of Penzance, merchant
Ragennis, now held by 1. and 3.
Mortgage: £1760 plus interest
2. and 3. to pay part of their rent usually due to 1. to 4. (the mortgagee)

[no title]  GP64  19 April 1733


Related information: See GP66

Contents:
Lease to vest possession
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, Paul, esq.
2. Humphry Pascoe of St. Ives, merchant
A field of four and a quarter acres called Polgreane, part of a tenement of 1. called Brewenny, now held by Francis Richards alias Hodge, with rights to common land in Paul Downs; a field called Parkan Ally in Brewenny near the Churchtown; a meadow, mowhay, barne, and dwelling house lately built by Francis Hodge, now held by his widow Mary Hodge with rights to fuel, pasture and tillage in the outward commons of Brewenny; and a dwelling house lately built by Joseph Beaton situated to the south of Chapple in Mousehole

[no title]  GP65  24 January 1734

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release
1. Uriah Tonkin of Penzance, merchant
2. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
3. Mary Basset of Tehiddy, Illogan, widow
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Regennis alias Ragennis and Trevello and Trevello Downs
Mortgage: £2147 8s plus interest

[no title]  GP66/1-2  4-5 April 1734

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release
1. Humphry Pascoe of St. Ives, merchant
2. James Keigwin of Mousehole, Paul, esq.
3. William John of Penzance, merchant
Property as GP62 and GP64
£89 6s 6d owed by 2. to 1. following mortgage of 3 December 1731 and 19 April 1733. 3. pays this amount to 1. with the above property as security for the mortgage

[no title]  GP67/1-2  16-17 May 1735

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Mary Basset of Tehiddy, Illogan, widow
2. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
3. Martin Gwennep of Penzance, painter
1. and 2. to 3.
All that messuage, tenement, dwelling house and garden, stitch, and closes of land and commons in Burnwiny alias Paul Church-towne, formerly held by Mary Scaddan, now held by John Harry
Consideration: 3. pays £17 6d to 1. and £27 19s 6d to 2.
After an assignment of mortgage from William John (see GP66) to 1. on 24 January 1735, 2. owed 1. one hundred pounds.

[no title]  GP68/1-2  4-5 December 1739

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Martin Gwennop of Penzance, painter
2. Thomas Vigurs of Penzance, stationer
Property as GP67 lately purchased by 1. from James Keigwin esq.
Mortgage: £21 7s plus interest

[no title]  GP69/1-2  1755

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Martin Gwennop of Penzance, painter
2. George Veale of the same, gent.
Property as GP67 and GP68: Endorsed: not executed

[no title]  GP70/1-2  26-27 October 1756

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Henry Keigwin of Paul, fisherman
2. George Veale of Penzance, gent.
Moiety of that tenement and two closes formerly held by William Hutchen, lately by Hugh Davy and now by Henry Nicholls, and common land in Brewinny
Consideration: £30

[no title]  GP71/1-2  9-10 January 1758

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Martin Gwennop of Penzance, painter
2. George Blewett of Marazion, merchant
Property as GP67-69
Mortgage: £70 plus interest

[no title]  GP72/1-2  30-31 January 1765

Contents:
Lease and release
1. George Blewett of Marazion, merchant
2. Martin Gwennop of Penzance, painter
3. Margaret Taylor of Penzance, widow
Property as GP71, now held by Martin Gwennop.
£94 8s owed to 1. by 2. following mortgage of 10 January 1758. 3. agrees to buy the property for £150. 3. pays £94 8s to 1. 1. conveys the property to 3. 3. pays 2. £55 12s

[no title]  GP73  15 February 1769


Related information: See GP410-411, 418, 420-423

Contents:
Mortgage by assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., his wife Ursula and their son Phillip
1. James Charles of Madron, miller
2. Tobias Lanyan of Penzance, gent.
All that moiety of one water grist mill, Mousehole, commonly called Griest Mill, the other moiety is the inheritance of John Beard of Penzance, merchant; and a moiety of a Toft or old pair of walls, formerly a water grist mill and since a tin stamping mill called Malt Mill or the Higher Mill; a toft or old pair of walls, formerly a water grist mill called Middle Mill together with the meadow and gardens adjoining called Middle Mill Meadow and Moiety of an old grist mill, Mousehole, formerly held by John Carnpezzack now rebuilt by 1.
Mortgage: £80 plus interest

[no title]  GP74/1-2  24-25 June 1769

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Henry Phillips of Penzance, cooper, only grandson of Margaret Taylor, late of Penzance, widow, and only child of Margaret and William Phillips
2. George Veale of Penzance, gent.
Tenement in Burwinny alias Paul Church Town formerly held by Mary Scaddan, then John Harry, then Martin Gwennop and now Henry Phillips or John Hocken
Consideration: £150

[no title]  GP75/1-2  24-25 December 1769

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Nicholls of Treriefe, esq., only son and heir of William Nicholls, late of Treriefe, esq., deceased
2. David Dennis of Penzance, gent. and Hugh Edwards of St. Ives, gent.
3. John Price of Penzance, esq.
4. John Badcock, gent.
1. and 2. to 3. 4. to hold the property in trust for 3.
Trungle or Scaddan's Tenement (18 acres), near Choon or Chywoon, part of the manor of Trewarveneth, formerly held by Martin Dunn, after by John Leggoe and now by his son John Leggoe
Consideration: 3. to 1. £263, 3. to 2. £187

[no title]  GP76  10 June 1774

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. Tobias Lanyon of Penzance, gent.
2. Thomas Love of Madron, cooper
3. John Glasson of Mousehole, Paul, innkeeper
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Property as GP73
Consideration: £73 10s

[no title]  GP77/1-2  5-6 March 1780

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Grace Marrack of Paul, widow
2. Thomasine Tregurtha of Penzance, widow, devisee of the last will of her son William Tregurtha, late of Penzance, deceased
3. John Price of Penzance, esq.
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Kerris, lately held by John Badcock
Consideration: £352

[no title]  GP78/1-2  30 April - 1 May 1784


Related information: See GP99, GP101, GP103

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Vigurs of Penzance, bookbinder and stationer
2. John Price of Penzance, esq.
All of 1.'s part of tenement called Trevello and Trevello Downs (14 acres) bound to the north and west by the land of the executors of George Veale, gent, to the east by the lane leading to Trevello Carn and to the south by the lane leading to St. Buryan, formerly held by James Keigwin, esq., Nicholas James and others, purchased from them by Thomas Vigurs, deceased, grandfather of 1.; formerly occupied by Richard Badcock, deceased, then by 1., and now by John Price
Consideration: £120

[no title]  GP79/1-2  30-31 October 1787


Related information: See GP82

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. John Williams of St. Keverne, gent.
Tenement called Trevellow alias Trevello, Manor of Alwarton Penzance and Mousehole, now held by Ralph Russel Kevan; third part of Ragennis and parcel of the said manor, lately held by William Kneebone, now by
Robert Mathews
Mortgage: £300 plus interest

[no title]  GP80/1-2  7-8 August 1789

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. James Pascoe of Penzance, gent.
Trevelloe, formerly held by Mary Marrack, John Davey, John Williams and Mathew Williams, lately held by John Glasson; field called Park-an-Looer, a close adjoining (2 acres), a field called Hewasdoll, a close called Goon-an-creeg and a proportional part of the waste of Trevelloe formerly held by Mary Marrack and called Mary Marrack's holding; a close called Park Bean, a close called Park-vote-Glass, Park-an-ginu, a close (1 acre) adjoining Highway Lane leading to Penzance, heretofore held by Richard Pascoe, John Williams, Mathew Williams, lately held by John Glasson; a close called Gabmas-Vean, a close adjoining, a close called Gabmas-Vease, a close called Park-Sea, a close adjoining (1½ acres) lately held by Francis Hodge, John Williams, Mathew Williams and John Glasson; fields (7 acres) heretofore held by John Victor of Arthur Berryman, lately of John Williams, Mathew Williams and John Glasson, with rights on the commons of Trevelloe; one third of two tenements near Church-Town, lately held by Henry Nicholls and Anthony Phillips, now by Henry Nicholls, with rights to pasture on the commons of Brewinney; one third of a tenement called Ragennis, now held by John Glasson
Mortgage: £256 plus interest

[no title]  GP81/1-2  24-25 December 1797

Contents:
Lease and release
1. George John Blewett of Bodmin, esq.
2. Mary Nicholls of Trereise, widow
Barton of Kerris alias Kerris Moor, now held by Thomas Leggo, with rights to pasture, turf and furze on the commons of the same
Consideration: £2425
Schedule of property

[no title]  GP82  25 March 1798

Contents:
Further mortgage
1. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. William Foxwell of Mullion, yeoman and Thomas Mark the younger of St. Keverne, yeoman, legatees of the will of John Williams of St. Keverne, gent., deceased
Property as GP79
Mortgage: £75 on top of £300 with interest

[no title]  GP83  30 March 1798

Contents:
Deed of covenant
1. Richard Oxnam of Penzance, esq.
2. Mary Nicholls of Trereisse, widow
1 to produce the title deeds of the Barton of Kerris

[no title]  GP84/1-2  9-10 September 1803

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. John Borlase of Helston, gent, William Foxwell of Mullion, yeoman, Thomas Mark the younger of St. Keverne, yeoman - executors in trust of the will of John Williams late of St. Keverne, gent., deceased
2. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
3. John Scobell of East Stone House, Devon, builder
3. (mortgagee) paid 1. at the request of 2.
One third of Trevellow alias Trevelloe, now held by John Harvey and Ragennis, lately held by William Kneebone and now by Robert Matthew
Mortgage: £428 5s plus interest

[no title]  GP85/1-2  11-12 September 1803

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. James Pascoe of Penzance, gent.
2. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
3. John Scobell of East Stone House, Devon, builder
3. (mortgagee) paid 1. at the request of 2.
One messuage or dwelling house in Trevelloe, heretofore held by Mary Marrack and John Davey, after by John Williams, since by Mathew Williams and now by John Jeffrey as undertenant to John Glasson; a field called Park-an-Looer, a close adjoining (2 acres), a field called Hewas-dole, another close called Goon-an-crag (18 acres), with a proportional part of Trevelloe commons heretofore held by Mary Marrack and called Mary Marrack's Holding; fields called Park-bean, Park-vore glass, Park-an-ginan, a field adjoining the highway leading from Penzance (1 acre) heretofore held by Richard Pascoe, after by John Williams, since by Mathew Williams, and now by John Jeffery as undertenant to John Glasson; fields called Gabmas-Vean, a little field adjoining, fields called Gabmas-Grose, Park-Sea and a field adjoining (1½ acres) heretofore held by Francis Hodge, after by John Williams, since by Mathew Williams and now by John Jeffery as undertenant to John Glasson; fields (7 acres) with proportional part of the commons of Trevelloe, heretofore held by John Victor as undertenant to Arthur Berryman, after by John Williams, since by Mathew Williams and now by John Jeffery as undertenant to John Glasson; third part of three fields (5 acres), Ragennis, lately held by John Glasson and now by James Harvey
Mortgage: £562 7s plus interest

[no title]  GP86/1-2  24-25 March 1810


Related information: See GP87, GP89, GP91, GP93

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Grylls of Helston, gent.
2. Thomas Harvey of Paul, yeoman
Two fields, Todden Coath, parcel of Brewinny, with proportional rights on the commons of Brewinny, and Polgrean adjoining to the lane leading from Paul Church Town to Mousehole, lately held by John Victor and now by 2.
Consideration: £190

[no title]  GP87  27 November 1816

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Thomas Harvey of Paul, yeoman
2. William Williams of St. Just in Penwith, yeoman
Property as GP86
Mortgage: £200 plus interest

[no title]  GP88/1-2  1-2 December 1825

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Pearce of Paul, fisherman, eldest son of Isaac Pearce of the same, miller
2. Abraham Pearce of Paul, miller
3. James Halse of St. Ives, gent.
Moiety of grist mill, Middle Mill and a meadow adjoining and Malt Mill or Higher Mill, Mousehole
Consideration: £10

[no title]  GP89  6 November 1826

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Thomas Harvey of Paul, yeoman
2. William Warren of St. Keverne, yeoman
Property as GP86
Mortgage: £45 plus interest

[no title]  GP90  23 June 1828

Contents:
Demise for 999 years
1. Thomas Leah the younger of Newlyn, Paul, gent.
2. William Marrack of Tolcarne, Madron, gent.
Small meadow (a quarter of an acre), Paul, lately held by Edward James and Thomas Cattran and bounded to the east by an orchard belonging to 1., now held by Edward James and Thomas Cattran, to the west by a narrow lane called Creeping Lane, to the north by a meadow owned by James Halse, esq., and held by 2., and on the south by another meadow owned by James Halse and held by Edward James and Thomas Cattran
Consideration: £45

[no title]  GP91  19 November 1829

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage
1. John Thomas of St. Just in Penwith, merchant, executor in trust and residuary legatee of the will of Alice Williams, late of the same parish, widow, deceased (who was the sole executrix and residuary legatee of the will of William Williams, late of the same parish, yeoman, deceased)
2. Thomas Harvey of Sennen, yeoman
3. Gregory Nicholas of St. Buryan, farmer
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Property as GP86
Mortgage: £170 plus interest

[no title]  GP92  15 January 1832

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to Todden Coaths and part of Polgrean

[no title]  GP93/1-2  26-27 February 1832

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Harvey of Paul, yeoman
2. Gregory Nicholas of St. Buryan, yeoman
3. William Warren of St. Keverne, yeoman
4. Robert Wettenhall of Paul, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Royal Navy
5. Richard Richards of Penzance, gent., trustee of 4.
1. with the agreement of 2-3 to 4.
Property as GP86
Consideration: £300

[no title]  GP93/3  1832

Contents:
Agreement between Thomas Harvey and Mr. Wettenhall relating to the conveyance of 27 February 1832, memorandum dated 28 February 1832

[no title]  GP93/4  ?1830s

Contents:
Letter from T. Paynter to Thomas Harvey relating to a dispute over the payment of fees and the sale of Todden Coath

[no title]  GP93/5  1837

Contents:
Bill from William Harvey to Charles Antridge for rent

[no title]  GP94/1-2  13-14 July 1835


Related information: See GP95, GP97

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Robert Wettenhall, late of Paul, now of Manaccan, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Royal Navy
2. Charles Antridge of St. Keverne, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Royal Navy
3. Stephen Roberts of the same, farmer
1. to 2. 3. to hold property in trust for 2.
All those messuages or dwelling houses and two fields formerly one called Todden Coathes, Brewinny, and part of Brewinny Commons, formerly held by John Victor, after by Cyprian Richards, since by Thomas Harvey, now by Thomas Eddy, and Polgrean adjoining a small lane lying to the west of the High Road leading from Paul Church Town to Mousehole
Consideration: £295

[no title]  GP95  15 July 1835

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Charles Antridge of St. Keverne, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Royal Navy
2. Robert Moon Oliver of Devonport, Devon, gent.
Property as GP94
Mortgage: £200 plus interest

[no title]  GP96/1-2  30 November - 1 December 1835

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Charles Peers of Chislehampton, Oxfordshire, esq., John Baines of Eltham, Kent, esq., trustees of the last will of Mary LeGrise, late wife of Rev. Charles Valentine LeGrice of Trereise, clerk
2. Charles Valentine LeGrice and Day Perry LeGrise of Trereise, esq.
3. James Halse of St. Ives, esq.
1-2 to 3
Part of Kerris alias Kerris Moor, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same
Consideration: £4100

[no title]  GP96/3/1-16  1835

Contents:
Correspondence relating to the sale of the property as GP96/1-2

[no title]  GP97/1-2  24-25 December 1836

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Charles Antridge of St. Keverne, Lieutenant in His Majesty's Royal Navy
2. Robert Moon Oliver of Devonport, Devon, gent.
3. James Halse of St. Ives, esq., MP
1. to 3. . 1. repaid mortgage owed to 2.
Property as GP94
Consideration: £375

[no title]  GP97/3  25 December 1836

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement between Charles Antridge and James Halse for Halse to receive rent from William Harvey, tenant

[no title]  GP98/1-2  2 March 1839

Contents:
Release
1. Sir Charles Dutton Price, formerly of Trengwainton, Madron, now a temporary resident of Litherland near Liverpool, Lancaster, baronet
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Nicholas Richards Millett of Penzance, gent.
1. to 2. for the use of 3. for the lifetime of 2. to prevent any wife of 2. being entitled to dower
Trungle or Scaddan's tenement (18 acres), near Choon or Chywoon, manor of Trewarveneth,; Choon Garden and Foredowns (16 acres), manor of Treveneth; Kerris (15 acres plus 3 acres of moorland), formerly the inheritance of Thomasine Tregurtha and held by John Badcock, after the inheritance of John Price and lately held by William Nicholas (property as GP426)
Consideration: £3830
With covenant to convey deeds from Sir Charles Dutton Price, formerly of Trengwainton, Madron, now a temporary resident of Litherland near Liverpool, baronet to Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq., with schedule

[no title]  GP99  29 September 1841

Contents:
Release
1. Sir Charles Dutton Price of Retreat Cottage, Madron, baronet
2. John Glasson the younger of Paul, yeoman
Property as GP78 now occupied by Cornish Rowe and Joseph Rowe as tenants to 1.
Consideration: £400

[no title]  GP100  29 September 1841

Contents:
Release
1. John Rowe of Paul, gent.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
Field called Goonwarrack (2 acres 3 poles), part of the tenement called Ragennis, now occupied by 1.
Consideration: £229

[no title]  GP101  20 October 1841

Contents:
Mortgage
1. John Glasson the younger of Paul, yeoman
2. John Rowe of Paul, gent.
Property as GP78
Mortgage: £350 plus interest

[no title]  GP102  21 September 1842

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. John Rowe of Paul, gent.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
1.'s third part of a plot of land, Ragennis Common, bounded to the east by the Wesleyan Chapel, to the west by a tenement held by James Davey, yeoman, tenant, to the south by the path from Mousehole to Trevithal and to the north by the tenement held by 2. and occupied by Jane Harvey and Elizabeth Jenking
Consideration: £12 15s

[no title]  GP103  4 February 1847

Contents:
Release
1. John Glasson of Paul, yeoman
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
Property as GP78
Consideration: £525

[no title]  GP104  12 March 1866

Contents:
Conveyance
1. William Heany Wearing of Liskeard, chemist
2. Thomas Edmonds of Paul, yeoman
3. Henry Valentine Grantham of Keal Hall, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, esq.
1. to 3. 2. to deliver deeds to 3.
Moiety of Mill Meadow and the ruins of the old mill, Mousehole, formerly held by Thomas Roberts, then by his son Thomas Roberts, then by Joseph Roberts, then by William Barnes and Christopher Bodinar, William Barnes, Lydia wife of Henry Wearing (previously Lydia Bodinar) and now by William Henry Wearing
Consideration: £85

Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]
Language:  Latin

[no title]  GP105  18 August 1446 at Truro

Contents:
Thursday before the feast of St. Bartholomew
Grant
1. John Laurens, clerk and David Sauly, chaplain
2. Joan, daughter of John Fentengymps
Property which Henry Jak Benet holds in the village of Fentengympis Vyan
Property to 2. and her heirs through Benedict, son of John Bernard of Bodmin
Witnesses: John Trem', Roger Treyovran', John Treyovran' and others

[no title]  GP106  14 November 1576

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Sir John Danvers of Dantsey, Wiltshire
2. John Trevyllans alias John Nicholas William of Perranzabuloe, husbandman
Part of a tenement in Lamborne, and part of a messuage in Lamborne called St. Edmonds Chappell, now held by 2. and his mother Rosye
Consideration: £30

[no title]  GP107  10 August 1581

Contents:
Mortgage
1. John Datson of Mawgan in Meneage, gent.
2. John Arrundell of Talferne, esq.
Property in Marras an Voos, Vyntan Gympis Veor, Ventan Gympis mill, Vyntan Gympis Vean and Chiandowre
Mortgage: 100 marks

[no title]  GP108  20 November 1588
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Gift
1. John Arrundell of Talverne, knight and John Dotson of Mawgan in Meneage, gent.
2. John Coode of St. Dennis
Moiety of the manor of Ventengympys Veor, Ventengympis Vean, Marhasanvose and Chiandower
Appointment of John Coode of Breage and Edward Coode as attorneys for seisin

[no title]  GP109  20 November 1588

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. John Arrundell of Talverne, knight and John Dotson of Mawgan in Meneage, gent.
2. John Cood of St. Dennis
Tenements in Marhasanvose, Ventengempis Veor alias Ventengempres Veor, Ventengis Vean alias Ventengembres Vean, Chiandower and moiety of one grist mill called Ventengempis Veor mill
Consideration: £183

[no title]  GP110  20 June 1589

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1. Margaret Penwarne, widow of Richard Penwarne of Penwarne, esq., deceased, Richard Penwarne, his son and heir, and Christopher Trevarthen of Newlyn, yeoman and his wife Sybill
2. Phillip Leyne of St. Ive, yeoman
Tenements in Ventongempys Vear and the moiety of Ventongympysvear mill (a grist mill)
Recites lease for 99 years or three lives: Edward Leyne, his wife Margarett and their daughter Jane. Lease dated 24 April 1586. 1. to Edward Leyne now deceased. Rent: 20s per annum.

[no title]  GP111  20 January 1595/6

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Richard Penwarne of Penwarne, esq.
2. John Carter of St. Columb Major, gent.
Moiety of Gilbert, now held by John Lanyon, gent. and his wife Jane, quarter of Fentongympys alias Fentongympys Veor, now held by William Luke and his wife Margaret and their daughter Jane, quarter of Fentongympys Mill (a grist mill), quarter of Chyndowre, now held by John Tregeare and his son Francis, moiety of the annual rent of 2s 1d and the service which Sir William Bevill and his heirs pay and do to hold Chyton of 1.
Consideration: £68 13s 4d

[no title]  GP112/1-2  14 August 1615


Related information: See GP113-114, 121, 133, 432, 439-440

Contents:
Mortgage
1. Nicholas William alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
Moiety of tenements in Lambourne, and part of a messuage in Lambourne called St. Edmonds Chappell, and messuages in Lambourne which Sir John Danvers, knight bargained and sold on 14 November 1576 to John Trevellans alias John Nicholas William and his heirs
Mortgage: £30
With counterpart

[no title]  GP113/1  28 September 1615

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Nicholas Williams alias Trvellans of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
Property as GP112
Consideration: £45
With confirmation and bonds for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP113/2  14 October 1615

Contents:
Covenant to grant a lease for three lives: 2., his wife Dyonis and their son Richard
1. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
2. Nicholas William alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Property as GP112
Consideration: £12 6s 8d to be paid on 15 October 1616

[no title]  GP114/1-2  17 October 1615

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
2. Nicholas William alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Property as GP112
Consideration: £20
With counterpart and covenants made on 14 August 1615 relating to mortgage

[no title]  GP115  8 June 1646

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
1. Richard Williams alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, labourer
2. Peter Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
Lamborne

[no title]  GP116  1 January 1650


Related information: See GP135, GP139

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Richard Blewett of St. Stephen in Brannel, gent., and his wife Elizabeth
2. John Cardall of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Moiety of property in Lamborne formerly held by Marke Trevellance, deceased, but now held by Jane Cardall, all lately the inheritance of Thomas Arundell of St. Columb, esq.
Consideration: £23 10s
Endorsed: Ralph Cardall, son of John, and his son, John, tinners for £17 grant to James Enner of St. Agnes, tinner, 8 February 1692

[no title]  GP117  Michaelmas Term, 1650
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
1. John Battyn, querent
2. John Hockyn and his wife Elizabeth, deforciants
Land in Tresawson
Consideration: £6

[no title]  GP118/1-2  Morrow of the Holy Trinity, [26 May 1651]

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. John Cardall, querent
2. Richard Bluett and his wife Elizabeth, deforciants
Property in Lamborne
Consideration: £41
With counterpart

[no title]  GP119/1-2  Michaelmas 1653

Contents:
Final concord with counterpart
1. John Cleather, gent., querent
2. Richard Carter, esq. and his wife Elizabeth, deforciants
Manor of Ventongimps and property in Ventongimps Veor, Ventongimpis Vean, Maras an Vose [Marazanvose], Chyandower, Gilbert and Perranzabuloe

[no title]  GP120  3 October 1653

Contents:
Release
1. Richard Carter of St. Columb Major, esquire and his wife Elizabeth
2. John Cleather the elder of St. Agnes, gent.
Manor of Fentongympis alias Ventengempes; grist mill, lately occupied by Henry James; tenements in Marasavos, Marasanvose, Chyendower, Ventengympis Veor, Ventengympis Vean and Gilbert, lately occupied by John Cleather the elder, John Cleather the younger, John Jory the younger, Thomas Searle, Hugh Sye, Judeth Steephens, widow, and John Gerry, with rights to pasture on the commons
Consideration: £760
With bond for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP121  18 February 1661/2

Contents:
Surrender
1. Dyonis William alias Trevellans, widow, late wife of Nicholas William alias Trevellans, deceased, Richard William alias Trevellans, son of the said Dyonis, and his wife Katherine
2. Peter Jenkyn of Trekynnyn, St. Columb Major, esq.
Consideration: £50
Property as GP112
Recites lease of 14 March 1652

[no title]  GP122  10 May 1662

Contents:
Covenant to levy a fine with counterpart
1. John Cleather the elder of St. Allen, gent.
2. John Polwhele of Treworgan, esq., and John Tregagle of Trevorder, esq.
1. agreement with 2. that he shall be seised of the Manor of Ventengympes and tenements called Ventongympes Veor, Ventengympes Vean, Gilbert, Marhasanvose, Chyendower and Bolster to the use of 1. for his natural life, then to John Cleather the younger and his heirs, then to Richard Cleather and his heirs, then to William Cleather and his heirs, and in default to the heirs of 1.
Covenant that 1. and his wife Katherine shall levy a fine at the request of John Cleather the younger.

[no title]  GP123  24 June 1664


Related information: See GP127, GP128, GP131, GP435

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. John, earl of Bath, Lord warden of the Stanneries
2. Thomas Battyn of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
One third of messuages, lands and tenements called Tresawsen (as GP435)
Consideration: £100

[no title]  GP124  2 March 1668/69

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Christopher Coke of Tregasow, esq.
2. John Cleather of Fentongimps, gent.
Tenements in Fentongimpis being ¼ of the town fields and commons of Fentongimpis Vean, lately occupied by John Luke, deceased and now by 1. and Stephen Luke
Consideration: £175
Covenant for 1. to suffer a common recovery within two years

[no title]  GP125/1-2  Octave of St. Hilary, 1669
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord, with counterpart
1. Henry Gregor, querent
2. Thomas Batten and his wife Kathterine, deforciants
Tresawson
Consideration: £6

[no title]  GP126/1-2  Octave of St. Hilary, 1669
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord with counterpart
1. John Cleather, gent., querent
2. Christopher Coke, esq. and his wife Mary, and Stephen Luke, deforciants
¼ share of property in Venton Gempis Vean, Venton Gempis Vean Downes and Perranzabuloe
Consideration: £60

[no title]  GP127  1 November 1669

Contents:
Lease to vest possession
1. Thomas Batten of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. Henry Gregor of Truro, merchant
Property as GP123

[no title]  GP128  30 November 1669

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Thomas Batten of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. Henry Gregor of Truro, merchant
Property as GP123
Consideration: £200
With bond for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP129/1-2  30 November 1669

Contents:
Declaration of the uses of bargain and sale, with counterpart
1. Henry Gregor of Truro, merchant
2. Thomas Batten of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
One third of Tresawsen
Endorsed "Carawsen"

[no title]  GP130/1  31 October 1670

Contents:
Lease to vest possession
1. Thomas Carter of Dartmouth, Devon, tailor, his wife Amy, and his mother Martha Carter of Dartmouth, widow
2. John Tregea of Perranzabuloe, tinner
One sixth of Lamborne Wiggan, lately held by John Roberts, deceased

[no title]  GP130/2  1 November 1670

Contents:
Warrant for a fine
1. Thomas Carter and his wife Anne
2. John Tregea
One sixth of Lamborne Wygan

[no title]  GP131  10 December 1670

Contents:
Release
1. Thomas Batten of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. Henry Gregor of Truro, merchant
Property as GP123
Consideration: £115

[no title]  GP132  5 June 1671
Language:  Latin


Related information: See GP154

Contents:
Common recovery
1. John Foote, gent., demandant
2. Henry Kinge, gent., tenant
3. John Cleather
Manor of Venton Gyempts alias Fentongyempts alias Ventongyempis alias Fentongyempis and property called Ventongyempts Veor alias Fentongyempts Veor Ventongyempts Vean alias Fenton Gyemptsvean, Gilbert, Merasanvose, Chyndower, Ventongyempts Downes alias Skewes Downes, the almshouse, Lamborne Downes and Allett Downes alias Gwarnick Downes in Perranzabuloe and Kenwyn and Lamborne

[no title]  GP133  2/3 October 1677

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Trelawny of Trelawne, esq., and his wife Katherine
2. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
Property as GP112, part now occupied by Mark Otes
Consideration: £57 5s

[no title]  GP134/1-2  10-11 October 1694

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Henery Vincent of Trelevan, esq., Hugh Tonkin of Trevawnas, esq. and Elizabeth Serle of Trelevan, widow
2. William Tregea, late of Lambriggan, gent.
3. Michaell Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
1-2 to 3.
One sixth of Lambourne Wiggan formerly held by John Roberts and now held by 1, with the commons of the same, all formerly the lands of Thomas Carter of Dartmouth, Devon, tailor
Consideration: £200

[no title]  GP135  1 July 1701

Contents:
Grant
1. Ralph Cardoll of Perranzabuloe, yeoman, and his son John Cardoll
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
Property as GP116
Consideration: £140

[no title]  GP136  29 January 1703/04

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Robert Cood of Cramburne, Dorset, esq.
2. Richard Hill of St. Eval, gent.
3. William Hals of Fentongymps Veor, gent.
1. to 3. with agreement of 2
Property in Ventongimps Veor alias Fentongimps Vear alias Chiskewis alias Gilbert alias Fentongimps Vere and Gilbert, Ventongimps Veor Downes alias Chyskewis Downes alias Gilbert Downes and Chyndower alias Lewis Delight, now occupied by 3., Richard Daniell, Christopher Williams, John Cleather the younger, Anthony Carverth the elder and Anthony Carverth the younger
Consideration: £50

[no title]  GP137/1-2  3 February 1703/4

Contents:
Final concord
1. Robert Hill, gent., querent
2. Robert Cood, gent., deforciant
Property in Ventongimps Veor alias Ventongimps Vear alias Chiskewis alias Gilbert alias Fentongimps Vere and Gilbert, Ventongimps Veor Downes alias Chiskewis Downes alias Gilbert Downes, Chyn Dower alias Lewis Delight
Consideration: £120
Notes: with receipt from Edward Hobbs, 13 September 1704

[no title]  GP138  5 September 1706

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Herbert Perrott of Glasbury, Brecknockshire, Wales, gent, and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Carter, esq., deceased and grand daughter of John Carter, late of St. Columb Major, esq., deceased
2. Richard Hill of St. Eval, gent.
3. William Halse of Fentongimps Vear alias Chyskewis, gent.
1. to 2. with agreement of 3.
Property in Ventongimps Vear alias Fentongimps Vear alias Chyskewis alias Gilbert alias Ventongimps Vear and Gilbert, Ventongimps Vear Downes alias Chyskewis Downes alias Gilbert Downes and Chyndower alias Lewis Delight, now held by 3. and Humphry Penpoll
Consideration: £100

[no title]  GP139/1-2  17/18 May 1707

Contents:
Lease and release
1. John Cardoll of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
Property as GP116
Consideration: £140

[no title]  GP140/1-2  29-30 August 1707


Related information: See GP144

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Cornelius Dayley of London, gent. and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Carter, esq., deceased and grand daughter of John Carter, late of St. Columb Major, esq., deceased
2. William Hals of Fentongimps, gent.
Tenement called Ventongimps Veor alias Ventongempes Veor alias Gilbert alias Ventongempes Veor and Gilbert, now occupied by 2.; moiety of fields called Higher Gilbert, Lower Gilbert, Middle Gilbert, Way Close, Longmeadow, Winnowing Close, Higher Meadow, Garden Meadow, Dryhouse Meadow, Wellpark, Brake Close and Gibb's Croft, now occupied by 2.; moiety of tenement called Chyendower alias Lewis' Delight; moiety of a close in Chyendower, now occupied by 2.; moiety of a close called Warren (1 acre), now occupied by 2.; and other property now occupied by 2.
Consideration: £150

[no title]  GP141  31 May 1708

Contents:
Final concord with counterpart
1. Richard Hill, gent., querent
2. Herbert Perrott, gent. and his wife, Elizabeth, deforciants
Property in Ventongimps Vear alias Fentongimps Vear alias Chiskewis alias Gilbert alias Fentongimps Vere and Gilbert, Ventongimps Vear Downes alias Chyskewis Downes alias Gilbert Downes, Chyndower alias Lewis Delight
Consideration: £120
Notes: with receipt from John Williams, 16 March 1708

[no title]  GP142/1-2  15-16 June 1709

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, St. Agnes, esq.
2. Thomas Tonkin, esq., son of 1.
Lordship and manor of Fenton Gympis alias Fenton Gimpys alias Venton Gempes; property in Fenton Gimpis alias Venton Gempes, Skues alias Skues Venton Gimpts Commons alias Venton Gimpts Downes alias Skewes Downes, Chyen Dower alias Chyndower, Marasavose alias Marasanvose, Venton Gympes Veor, Venton Gimpis Vean, Gilbert, the grist mill, Skues alias Ventongimpts Mill and an alms house, all lately occupied by William Halls, gent. and his wife Prudence, Thomas Searle, William Searle and wife Joane, James Oates, Simon Searle, James Jory, Mary Jory, Stephen Soby, William Searle, Stephen Soby junior, John Soby, Richard Paul, Hercules Mathews, Honor Tippett, widow, Richard Jacka, the poor of Perranzabuloe, Henry Jory, William Sandry, John Jory, John Cowling, William Roberts, Joane Jennings, Joane Batten, widow, Dionisia Grey, widow, Edward Tresize, Thomas Roberts, Jane Carveth, widow, Sampson Payne, Richard Noell, George Reynolds, Joane Reynolds, widow, Stephen Mathews, Ralph Cardell, Joane Bryan, Richard Garland, William Tippett

[no title]  GP143  26 January 1711

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. William Hals of St. Wenn, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, Perranzabuloe, esq.
Everything owed by 2. to 1.

[no title]  GP144/1-2  28-29 January 1711

Contents:
Lease and release
1. William Hals of St. Wenn, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, Perranzabuloe, esq.
Property as in GP140

[no title]  GP145  1450-1707, 29 January 1711

Contents:
Schedule of deeds delivered by William Hals, gent., to Thomas Tonkin, esq., relating to the manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP146  1916

Contents:
Surrender by John Retallack of Higher Ventongimps, Perranzabuloe, farmer, to Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, esq., Margaret Carlyon, the wife of Edmund Laurence Carlyon of Truro, esq., Jane Pearce Jago of Truro, spinster, Alfred Burdett Sell of Putney, Surrey, draper and John Hoskins of Bouthrop Farm, Eastleach, Gloucestershire, yeoman
18/24 of Higher Ventongimps (147 acres and 27 perches), with a house near the north west corner of a field called Higher Gilbert

Probus  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP147/1-3  12 February 1750

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
1. Richard Williams, gent., demandant
2. Richard Maddock, gent., tenant to the precipe
3. Mary Foss, common vouchee
4. Edmund Wilson, tenant in tail
8 messuages, 11 gardens, 60 acres of land and other premises in Probus
With final concord

Redruth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP148/1-2  25-26 March 1769

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Rev. John Collins of Treworgan, clerk
2. John Williams of Redruth, gent.
Dwelling house, lately occupied by John Oppie, parcel of a tenement called Trenangwith otherwise Trengweath in the western end of Redruth, now in the possession of Richard Taunton and Thomas Halse. See GP518
Consideration: £120

[no title]  GP149/1-2  14-15 August 1799

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Elizabeth Penberthy, widow and relict of John Penberthy, late of Penzance, brazier, deceased, and Thomas Penberthy of Penzance, braier, and Mary Gould Penberthy his wife
2. John Penrose of Redruth, gent.
Property as GP148
Consideration: £260

Mixed parishes  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes, St. Columb Major, Creed and Probus  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP150  Morrow of May 1619
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
1. James Jenkyn, gent. and Peter Jenkyn, gent., querents
2. Peter Beauchampe, gent. and John Nicholas, deforciants
Lands in Trevonedlin alias Trevonethick, Gover, Tressithney, Grampond, Grampond Dorewh, Creed, Probus, St. Columb Major and St. Agnes and rights to pasture on the commons of Gowanvry, Chyvounder, Chynallo, Tywarnhaillyers and Millgssy Wartha
Consideration: £100

St. Agnes and Cubert  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP151  2 March 1640/1

Contents:
Release
1. John Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Hughe Boscawen of Tregothnan, esq., John Haweis of Kea, gent., Hugh Bawden of Kea, gent., and Tristram Moore of Penryn, gent.
2. are trustees for Thomas Tonkyn, 1.'s son and heir
Lands in Trenysick, Cubert, now held by Walter Andrew, Andrewartha alias Trewartha, St. Agnes, now held by Richard Daniell of St. Agnes and his wife Katherine and ¼ of Towen alias Towan, St. Agnes

Manor of Alverton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP152  5 June 1663

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Richard Daniell of Edmonton, Middlesex, esq.
2. George Chamberlaine of London, gent. and John Aishe of Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex
Manors of Alwarton alias Alwrenton and Pensaunce being within the parishes of Alwarton alias Alwrenton [sic], Penzance [sic], Truro, St. Clements, Kenwyn, Madron, Paul, St. Buryan, St. Levan, St. Just, Sennen and Sancreed

St. Buryan, Gulval, St. Just, St. Levan, Madron, Paul, Sancreed, Sennen  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP153/1  19 February 1663/4

Contents:
Release (no lease)
1. Richard Daniell of Edmondton, Middlesex, gent.
2. William Keigwin of Tretawne [St. Kew?]
Manor and lordship of Alwarton Penzaunce and Mousehole Alwarnton alias Alwrenton and the borough of Penzance in the parishes of Madron, Paul, Gulval, Sancreed, St. Buryan, Sennen, St. Levan, St. Just and the towns of Penzance and Mousehole; a dwelling house and appurtenances lately held by John Tresise and a close called Pound Close lately held by John Hitchens, Penzance, part of the manor of Alwarton alias Alwrenton Mousehole and Penzaunce
Consideration: £250
Schedule attached relating to lands of the manor not conveyed to 2. :
Sold by 1. to Alexander Daniell on 29 March 1661
- waste land called the Greenes anciently called Towen alias the Southstrand (35 acres)
- parcel of land on which diverse buildings have been built in or near Adiaporth or under St. Maryes Chappell in Penzance extending from St. Maryes Chappell and the Key of Penzance westward to Clangyhouse [list of tenants]
- two tenements called Laregans alias Laregan Wartha and Laregan Wollas (40 acres) in Madron
- moor called Haymore (4 acres)
Sold by 1. to Alexander Daniell and Eliasaph Daniell
- four small meadows in or near Penzance (4 acres)
Sold by 1. to Nicholas Bosen on 21 November 1663
- tenements called Trewardava alias Tredawe, Kerris alias Kerres Vean, Penwolva alias Penolva, and Parke Lyme in the parish of Paul
Sold by 1. to Thomas Potter
- a small meadow in Penzance
Sold by 1. to Charles Trevannion
- a tenement called Mr Clys his barne Mowhay and Garden with appurtenances, Penzance
Sold by 1.
- Thomas Chergwins howse with a garden and Allen Stitch in Croft Moras and a little meadow in the east end of Penzance
Sold by 1. to John Tremenhere
- tenement in Penzance
Sold by 1. to Arthur Painter
- three and a half acres in the Moras in Penzance held by Thomas Grosse
- a field called Parke Crankan held by Anne Diggens, widow
Sold by 1. to Charles Eusticke
- 6s 7d being a third of the high rents paid out of the Manor of Pensance and St. Just to the Manor of Alwernton
Sold by 1. to Thomas Grosse, gent.
- 4s 10d being a quarter of the high rents payable by the heirs of Clyes to the Manor of Alwernton
Sold by 1. to Margaret Hicks, widow
- 11s 4d being another quarter of the high rents paid by the heirs of Clyes, for two tenures in Tredavo and the tenement in Kerris
Excepting also one lease for 99 years of John Tresise's house in Penzance

[no title]  GP153/2  1663-64

Contents:
As GP153/1 but conveyance by Bargain and Sale

Perranzabuloe and Kenwyn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP154/1-2  31 December 1670 and 2 January 1670/71

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the precipe and lead the uses of a recovery
1. John Cleather of Perranzabuloe, gent.
2. Henry Kinge of Truro, merchant
Property as GP132
Consideration: £70 and a broad piece of gold given by 1. to his landlady
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP155  30 September 1691

Contents:
Release
1. Richard Cleather of Penryn, gent. and his son Samuel Cleather, devisee of the will of his uncle John Cleather, gent. (who died 22 May 1689)
2. Gregory Peter of Harlyn, gent., John Resogan of Perranzabuloe, gent., Hestor Trelevan of St. Agnes, gent., John Carverth of St. Allen, gent. and Richard Carverth of St. Allen, gent.
3. Hugh Tonkin of Trevownas [Trevaunance], esq.
1. and 2. to 3.
Lordship and manor of Fenton Gympis alias Fenton Gimpis alias Venton Gempes with property in Fenton Gimpis alias Venton Gempis, Skues alias Skews, Venton Gympts Commons alias Venton Gympts Downes alias Skews Downes, Chyendower alias Chyndower, Marasavose alias Marasanvose, Ventongympis Veor, Ventongympis Vean, Gilbert, the grist mill, Skues alias Ventongympts mill, and an alms house, lately occupied by Prudence Cleather, widow, Thomas Serle, William Searle and his wife Joane, James Oates, Simon Serle, Hanniball Batten, James Jory, Mary Jory, Stephen Soby, William Serle, Stephen Soby, junior, John Soby, John Serle, Thomas Key, Richard Paull, Timothy Tippet, Richard Jacka, the poor of Perranzabuloe, Henry Jory, William May, William Tippett, John Cowling, Luke Withiell, Joane Jennings, William Jory, Joane Batten, Hanniball Batten, Dionisia Gerry, Luke Withiell, Edward Tresise, Thomas Roberts, Anthony Carveth, Sampson Payne, Richard Noell, George Reynolds, Nicholas Reynolds, Stephen Tippett, Ralph Cardall and George Bryan; and portions of tenements in Lamborne alias Lambourne, lately occupied by Nicholas Williams and Thomas Oates; and one third of the property in Tresosan, lately occupied by Thomas Stephens; part of Coleyne tenement, (one tenth and one twelfth of the town fields and waste grounds of Coleyne), Perranzabuloe, lately occupied by Mary Ivy, widow, with commons and rights to pasture; and property in Woone Bocka, Kenwyn, lately occupied by Stephen Oliver and John Sanders with rights to pasture on the High Downes alias Allet Downes alias Four Burrow Downes
Consideration: £1500
Schedule of leases excepted out of the conveyance, 1669-1688

St. Agnes, Cubert and St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP156  Easter 1701
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
1. John Hawes, James Kemp, Thomas Carveth and Michael Tonkyn, querents
2. Hugh Tonkyn, esq., Thomas Tonkyn, esq. and his wife Elizabeth, and Henry Vincent, esq., deforciants
20 messuages, 41 cottages, 18 stamping mills, 2 grist mills and other land, moiety of the manor of Penwinnick, and property in Trevawnans, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenithick, Mellinseigh, Goenwin, Goen Earle, Andewartha alias Drewartha, Trenisack, Bolster, Polglase and Penwennick
Consideration: £70

St. Agnes, Cubert, St. Erme and Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP157  15 October 1701

Contents:
Lease to vest possession
1. Hugh Tonkyn of Trevawnans [Trevaunance], St. Agnes, esq., Thomas Tonkin, gent., son of Hugh, and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of James Kempe of Penryn, merchant, Henry Vincent of Trelevan, esq.
2. John Hawes of Killeow, esq., James Kempe of Penryn, merchant, Thomas Carverth of Gluvias, gent., and Michael Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
Property in Trevawnans, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenethick, Melinseigh, Goenwon, Goon Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trenisack, Bolster and Polglase in St. Agnes, Cubert and St. Erme and moiety of the manor of Penwennack, all lately the inheritance of Thomas Tonkyn, gent., deceased, father of the said Hugh Tonkin and any property which he was seised of when he died; manor of Venton Kempts alias Venton Gimps and lands in it called Venton Kempes alias Venton Gimps, Allet and Lamborne, all the lands of the inheritance of John Cleather, purchased by Hugh Tonkyn from Samuel Cleather, gent. and property within the manors of Ventongimps, Lamborne and Allettlately occupied by John Cleather, gent., deceased, William Halse and his wife Prudence, John Lamerton, William Searle, Thomas Searle, Symon Searle, Elizabeth May, John Searle, James Oates, Jane Carverth, Sampson Payne, James Jory, John Cowling, Henry Jory, Thomas Roberts, Duence Jory, George Reynolds, Stephen Tepet, Nicholas Reynolds, Richard Nowell, Luke Withiell, George Bryan, Thomas Key, Eleanor Tipett, Stephen Soby, Richard Paull, John Soby, Ralph Cardall, Lewis Stub alias Tub, Richard Jacka, Mary Jory, William Tipett, William Jory, Johan Jennings, Johan Knava and John Jory; part of the manors of Lamborne and Allet, lately occupied by Nicholas Williams, Thomas Oates, John Saunders and Stephen Olliver

St. Agnes, Cubert, St. Erme and Kenwyn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP158  16 October 1701

Contents:
Deed to make a tenant to the precipe
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq., Thomas Tonkin, gent, son and heir of Hugh Tonkin, and his wife Elizabeth, one of the daughters of James Kempe of the borough of Penryn, merchant
2. Henry Vincent of Trelevan, esq.
3. John Hawes of Killeow, esq. and James Kempe
4. Thomas Carveth of St. Gluvias, gent. and Michael Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
5. Edward Tregenna of the Middle Temple, London, gent. and William Hamblyn of the Middle Temple
6. Humfry Borlace of Treluddra, esq.
Manor and lordship of Trevawnans with property in Trevawnans, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenethick, Mellinseigh, Goenwin, Goen Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trenisack, Bolster and Polglase, moiety of the manor of Penwennack, all lately the inheritance of Thomas Tonkin, esq., deceased, father of Hugh Tonkin, with all other premises which Thomas Tonkin died siesed of, manor of Venton Kempts alias Venton Gimpis, now held by John Cleather, gent., lately deceased, William Halse and his wife Prudence, John Lamerton, William Searle, Thomas Searle, Symon Searle, Elizabeth May, John Searle, James Oates, Jane Carveth, Sampson Payne, James Jory, John Cowling, Henry Jory, Thomas Roberts, Duence Jory, George Reynolds, Stephen Tepett, Nicholas Reynolds, Richard Nowell, Luke Withiell, George Bryan, Thomas Key, Eleanor Tipett, Stephen Soby, Richard Paull, John Soby, Ralph Cardall, Lewis Stub alias Tub, Richard Jacka, Mary Jory, William Tipett, William Jory, Johan Jennings, Johan Knava, John Jory, part of the manor of Lamborne, manor of Allett, now occupied by Nicholas Williams, Thomas Oates, John Saunders and Stephen Olliver, all the lands of the inheritance of John Cleather, purchased by Hugh Tonkin from Samuel Cleather
Consideration: for the marriage already made between Thomas Tonkin and Elizabeth Kempe and £1500 paid by James Kempe to Hugh Tonkin as the marriage portion of the said Elizabeth in pursuance of articles of agreement of 21 June 1699

St. Agnes, Cubert and St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP159  16 June 1703

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
1. Edward Tregenna, gent. and William Hamlyn, gent., demandants
2. John Hawes, James Kemp, Thomas Carveth and Michael Tonkyn, tenants
3. Thomas Tonkin, esq.
Moiety of the manor of Penwinnick; property in Trevawnans, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenithick, Mellinseigh, Goenwin, Goen Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trenisack, Bolster, Polglase, Penwennick in St. Agnes, St. Erme and Cubert
Good print of Queen Anne

St. Agnes, St. Austell, Camborne, Gwennap, Illogan, Kea, Kenwyn, Linkinhorne, Mylor, Perranarworthal, Perranzabuloe, Redruth, Sithney, Stithians, Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP160  13 August 1703

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevownas
2. Henry Vincent of Trelevan, esq.
Several tin bounds and other workings (not specified), to be held according to the customs of the Stannaries of Penwith, Kerrier, Tywarnhaile, Blackmoor and Foweymoor
For securing the payment of £600 by 1. to 2.

Cubert and Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP161/1-2  22-23 August 1703

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Michael Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, gent.
Property as GP40 and one sixth of the tenements in Lambriggan alias Lambourne Wiggan, Perranzabaloe, lately held by 1., Thomas Tonkin and Alexander Reynalds, formerly the lands of William Tregea

St. Agnes, Cubert and St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP162  Easter 1704
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Final concord
1. John Hawes, James Kemp, Thomas Carveth and Michael Tonkyn, querents
2. Hugh Tonkyn, esq., his wife Elizabeth, and Henry Vincent, deforciants
Moiety of the manor of Penwinnick, and Trevawnans, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trevithick, Mellinsseigh, Goenwin, Goen Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trenisack, Bolster, Polglase, and Penwinnick
Consideration: £70

St. Agnes, Cubert and Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP163  7 January 1707

Contents:
Counterpart of mortgage by lease and release
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. John Hawkey of East Looe, gent.
Moiety of St. Agnes Blowing House alias the old blowing house and the stamps and the stamping mill and one plot of land lying at the south end of the dwelling house, now held by Nicholas Dennithorne of St. Agnes, tin blower, and one third of Thomas Tonkin's part of Trenethack alias Trenissick alias Trenizack, Cubert, lately held by Joane Lawrance, widow, and the moiety of Lambourne, lately held by Ralph Cardoll, deceased, and now held by John Cardoll
Mortgage: £100 plus interest

St. Agnes, St. Austell, Breage, Calstock, Cubert, Cury, St. Erme, Helston, Linkinhorne, Liskeard, Perranzabuloe, Stithians, Stokeclimsland, Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP164/1-2  17 January 1711

Contents:
Copy of release of equity of redemption
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Samuel Ennys of Truro, esq.
Much of the deed is missing but properties still noted are: Chyton [St. Agnes], Trevawnans [St. Agnes], Bryanack alias Bryaneck alias Breaneck [St. Agnes], Poole in St. Agnes Churchtown, all being the inheritance of Peter Jenkin, and a moiety of toll tin in the manors of Helston in Kerrier [Breage, Cury, Helston, Stithians, Wendron], Tewington [St. Austell], Tywarnhaile [St. Agnes, Perranzabuloe], Carnedon Prior [Linkinhorn], Treverbyn Courtenay [St. Austell], Stoke [Stokeclimsland], Calstock, Rillaton [Linkinhorn] and Liskeard, AND Trevaunance [St. Agnes], AND Tything Garbe [Perranzabuloe], AND Trevaunance, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towan, Trenethick, Melenseigh, Goen Wyn, Goen Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trevisack, Bolster and Polglaze in St. Agnes, St. Erme and Cubert, AND the manors of Fentongimps alias Ventongimps, Lambourne and Allett, lately held by Nicholas Williams, Thomas Oates, John Saunders, and Nicholas Oliver AND moiety of Penwenack [Penwinnick, St. Agnes] AND Trevisack Banns, Goenffree alias Goen Brea [St. Agnes] AND the manor of Tywarnhaile
Consideration: £2169

Budock, St. Gluvias, Penryn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP165  4 August 1711

Contents:
Grant
1. Joan Kempe of the borough of Penryn, widow of James Kempe of Penryn, merchant, deceased
2. Samuel Kempe of Carclew, esq., eldest son and heir of 1.
3. Arthur Newman and his wife Thomasin
4. Thomas Worth the younger of Penryn, merchant, who married Margery, another daughter of James Kempe
5. Thomas Tonkin of Trevawnans, esq., husband of Elizabeth, another daughter of James Kempe
6. Thomas Hanne of Falmouth, merchant, husband of Grace, another daughter of James Kempe
7. Francis Gregor the younger of the borough of Truro, gent., eldest son and heir of Jane Gregor, widow, deceased, another daughter of James Kempe, Francis Palmer of Penryn, jeweller, who married Margery, daughter of Jane Gregor, and Jane Gregor, spinster, another daughter of Jane Gregor
James Kempe died intestate and administration granted to 1.
1. has taken for her dividend and the dividend of Nicholas Kempe, son of James, a dwelling house with appurtenances in Penryn, where Mr. Lobb now lives, the wearing apparel, plate and household goods of James Kempe valued at £297 17s, threshed corn at Penryn sold at £60 2s 6d, stock at Muden with corn valued at £132, the horses, mares and nags at Barnground tenement otherwise the Wood Land and Crockhayes Tenement in Budock, and all debts owing to James Kempe in his lifetime [specified]
2. has taken for his dividend and that of James Gregor, gent. and Anne Gregor, spinster, the premises called East wood alias the Wood ground and Crock hayes tenement alias Crockhayes Closes with the broad field and the lands formerly held by John Martyn, esq. and other lands in Budock
3. assigns their dividend to Arthur Newman the younger, debts owing to James Kempe [specified]
4. takes a dwelling house or houses and a meadow called Sprys House and a meadow, Penryn and Behethland [Bohelland] field, St. Gluvias, house, cellars and quay under the bowling green, Penryn, being the lands of the inheritance of the mayor and burgesses of Penryn and held by lease from them, one barge with the boat, tackle and apparel, with debts [specified]
6. takes various debts owing to James Kempe [specified]
Francis Gregor the younger takes for his dividend debts owing to James Kempe [specified]
Francis Palmer takes for his portion debts owing to James Kempe [specified]

St. Agnes and Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP166/1-2  25-26 April 1715

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Samuel Kempe of Carthew, esq. and Thomas Worth the younger of Penryn, merchant
One eighth part of Penwennack alias Perwennack, lately held by Thomas Paynter, ¼ of Chyangrowse, St. Agnes, now held by Edmond Calamy, Thomas Paynter and Richard Pearse, one third of Nicholas William's tenement in Lambourne, Perranzabuloe, and 1.'s other property in Penwennack, Chyangrowse and Lambourne not included in his marriage settlement
Consideration: £160

Cubert and Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP167  30 July 1715

Contents:
Lease to vest possession
1. John Hawkey of the Borough of East Looe, gent.
2. Samuel Kempe of Carclew, esq., and Thomas Worth, junior, of the Borough of Penryn, merchant
One third of tenements in Trenethack alias Trenisick alias Trenizack, Cubert, and moiety of Lambourne, Perranzabuloe

[no title]  GP168  31 July 1715

Contents:
Bargain and sale with feoffment
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. John Hawkey of East Looe, gent.
3. Samuel Kempe of Carclew, esq. and Thomas Worth, junior, of Penryn, gent.
2 to 3 with consent of 1
Property as GP40, formerly held by Johan Lawrence, now held by 2., and a moiety of a tenement in Lambourne formerly held by Ralph Cardoll, then by John Cardoll, and now held by 2.
Consideration: £122
Endorsed: A moiety of St. Agnes blowinghouse, stamping mill; a third part of Trenizack in Cubert and a moiety of Lambourne in Perranzabuloe

St. Buryan, Camborne, Crowan, St. Erth, Gulval, St. Levan, Madron, Paul, Sennen, Sithney, Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP169  22 November 1718

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a common recovery
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
2. Charles Bere of Middle Temple, London, esq. and John Luke of Lyons Inn, Middlesex, gent.
3. George Musgrave junior of Nettlecombe, Somerset, esq.
Tenements called Ragenis alias Regenis, Brewiny fields, Park Hoskin in the parish of Paul; mansion house where 1. lives in Mousehole, Paul together with anchorage, keelage and bushelage of the pier and quay at Mousehole, Paul; manor and lordship of Alwarton Penzance and Mousehole which was purchased by William Keigwin, grandfather of 1.; moiety of the manor of Trannack; moiety of tenements called Trannack, Trewilly, Tretheen, Choyangu [...], Tolcarne vean and Tregadgwith in the parishes of St. Erth, Sennen, St. Levan, St. Buryan and Camborne; tenements called Trebehar alias Trebether, Treverven, Boskenna, Bosancan, Borath, Trevellowe, Trevellowe Downe, Trengleth, Brewinny, Mousehole, Newlyn, Boswartha Wartha, Boswartha Wollas, Parkenwellen and Treranton alias Fosbrace in the parishes of St. Levan, St. Buryan, Paul, Gulval and Madron; tenements called Bolancan, Tretheene, Trevennene and Cardue Dowa in the parishes of Crowan, Sithney, and Wendron
After common recovery the premises to be conveyed to 3. in trust for the use of 1.

Gwinear and Phillack  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP170/1-2  1-2 October 1729

Contents:
Conveyance to make a tenant to the precipe and lead the uses of a recovery
1. Thomas Howell of Truro, gent., and his daughter Mary Anna Howell, spinster, Abel Angove junior of Illogan, gent., John Huthnance of Gwinear, gent., John Williams of Gwinear, yeoman, John Sickler of Phillack, yeoman, Elizabeth Nicholls, the widow of John Nicholls, deceased, late of Phillack, yeoman, Richard Nicholls, son and heir of the siad John Nicholls, deceased, Gregory Nicholls, second son of the said John Nicholls, deceased, and John Nicholls, junior, of Phillack, yeoman
2. Charles Amyatt of New Inn, Middlesex, tenant to the precipe
3. Abel Angove of Illogan, gent., demandant
Rosewarne, now held by the said Thomas Howell, Abel Angove, junior, Tobias Lanyon of Gwinear, gent., and William Jennings of Gwinear, yeoman, AND a moiety of that tenement called Treungle alias Trevungle alias Trewongle alias Trungle, Gwinear, part of the manor of Drennicke [Drannick] now held by the said Thomas Howell, Abel Angove, junior, Mary Haweis, widow, and John Sickler, AND one third of Drennicke Veor alias Herland [Drannick, Kerland], Treglistian meadow, Drennicke alias Drennicke Vean, Bundower, Relistian, Benallacke, Bosorrow alias Bosorrell, Relistian Vean, Treglistian Wartha, Treglistian Woollas, Laytie, Stavillio Park, Ambowin, and Nasuvall alias Nanjuvall in Gwinear and Phillack, all parts of the manor of Drennicke, now or lately held by Thomas Howell, Abel Angove, junior, John Huthnance, John Williams, John Sickler, Elizabeth Nicholls, Richard Nicholls, Gregory Nicholls, John Nicholls

St. Buryan, Paul  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP171  4 March 1730

Contents:
Quitclaim
1. William Rawlings of Penzance, gent.
2. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
Tenement called Trevelloe and Trevelloe Downs, Paul; tenement called Borath, St. Buryan

Camborne, St. Kew, Paul, Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP172  29 January 1734

Contents:
Additional mortgage by lease and release
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
2. Mary Basset of Tehiddy, Illogan, widow
Trevello and Trevello Downs, Raginnis alias Regennis, Paul; cellars, malt-lofts, linneys (linhays) and dryhouse in Mousehole lately held by Christopher Davies then of Bosustow, St. Levan and 1.; a tenement called Trenngleth, Paul, lately held by Roger Ellis and Richard Gendall; a tenement called Trenngleth or Brewinny, Paul, lately held by Joan Hutchens and all those fields held by Robert Barnes, Christopher Davies and Thomas Barnes; a tenement in Mousehole, Paul, held by Thomas Collins, John Richards, Humphrey Pearce, Thomas John, Joseph Beadon, Michael Yeoman, Sampson Davy, John Pearce, Richard Grankan, John Badcock and Abraham Breage; a house and two gardens called William Morrishes House lately held by Prudence Morrish and Alexander Richards; a house and two gardens called Pines House held by Richard Gendall; all those tenements in Street-Nawan, Newlyn, Paul or elsewhere in Newlyn held by John James, Richard Sampson, Philip Kelynack, James Stephens, Blanch Bunbury and William Leha; a tenement called Trewennin, Wendron; a tenement called Chuyreen, Sithney; a tenement called Burnwinny alias Paul Church-towne; a stitch of land in Polgrean, Paul; a close of land adjoining Trewar-venneth-vean, Newlyn, Paul; tenements in Mousehole lately held by Thomas Bennetts and Bennett Hannifer; all 1.'s manor of Alwarton Penzance and Mousehole Alwarton alias Alwrenton; a capital messuage called Reten alias Tretawne, St. Kew; a tenement called Cuell alias Kewell and dale, St. Kew; woodland (3 acres) and meadow (1 acre) called Penhendra and Tupton alias Upton, St. Kew, lately held by 1. and John Harvey; a capital messuage called Kemiel alias Kimnneldrea, Paul, lately held by John Carvossoe of Paul, yeoman; Telcarnvean, Camborne lately held by Charles Bray; a dwelling house in Mousehole where 1. lives; houses in Mousehole lately held by Thomas Bennetts, Bennet Hannifer, Jane Bennetts, Hugh Davy, John Pearce, Jenkin Keigwin, Charles Keigwin, William Crankan, John Harry, William Mathews, Thomas Yeoman; a stone quay or pier in Mousehole lately held by 1. with all ancient and accustomed dues and duties for bushelage, keelage, anchorage and wharfage; a dwelling house, a malt-house, cellars and premises in Mousehole lately held by George Keigwin, gentleman, brother of 1.; a tenement in Newlyn, Paul called Hammatts House lately held by Ralph Rowse
Mortgage £6000 plus interest

St. Erth, St. Ives, Levant, Ludgvan, Towednack, Zennor  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP173  14 May 1735

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease of 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Jane and Catherine, wife of Edward French
1. Christopher Hawkins of Trewinnard, St. Erth, esq.
2. Sampson Veale of St. Erth, gent.
3. John Stephens the younger of St. Ives, merchant
1. to 3. with the consent of 2.
Tenement of Trevisa and the Frighten, St. Erth; waste ground called the Court, part of John Christopher's House and adjoining the south west pinioned end of Humphry Robart's House; a pair of walls being sometime heretofore a dwelling house where John Christopher lived; a house heretofore a barn and where Julian Hire alias Stuckley formerly lived, Croulas, Ludgvan, bounded to the north west by the highway leading from Crowlas to Hayle and to the east with an elm tree then growing on a hedge that parts the said Court from the said Humphry Robarts' Backside and to the south west by an orchard; a dwelling house and garden in Crowlas called Gweal-Mere alias Gweal Meor now held by Jane Oates, widow; a tenement in Menwidgian alias Menwiduyan Wolas, Ludgvan, now held by Grace Morran, widow; two closes called Park Bean and Roseredden; a stitch called Parkan Bowing in Trerazowe, Ludgvan, formerly held by Mark Gwavas, deceased, lately held by William Bennett and which joins with Rosereddan; a field called Gweale Drisack and a field called Gweal Angrowse in Meuwiduyan alias Meuwiduyan Wollas, Ludgvan, now held by Grace Moran, widow, with rights to pasture, turf and fuel on the waste lands of Trenawin or Trenawin Comons or Trenawin Downs, Ludgvan; dwelling houses with two gardens built by Richard Dunne, deceased, St. Earth Church-Towne, formerly held by Thomas Hampton; and various tinbounds:
- in Lelant and Towednack:
- one fifth of Chyangweale Great Bounds, Lelant
- one third of Chyangweale Little Bounds, Lelant
- one twenty-fourth of Carninny Great Bounds, Lelant
- one sixth of a little pair of tin bounds in the middle of Trelyan Downs, Lelant
- one sixth of a great pair of tin bounds in Trelyan Downs, Lelant
- one twelfth of Higher Bounds in Trelyan Downs, Lelant
- one sixth of Great Bounds of Worvas Downs
- one quarter of a little pair of bounds in the same downs near Cockhill Lane
- one quarter of a little pair of bounds joining Carninny Bonds under Worvas Hedge
- one quarter of Puldadda Little Bounds joining Puldadda Great Bounds near Croft Chewannack Hedge
- one fourteenth of Puldadda Great Bounds
- one eighth of Goodfortune Bounds in Carninny Downs
- one twelfth of Hellanoone in Lelant
- one quarter of two pairs of side tin bounds, one near Little Bellamoone and the other to the east of the same called Hellanoon Little Bounds
- one twelfth of Redannack Bounds joining with the Bellamoone Adit
- one sixth of Bolenna, Lelant
- one twelfth of Hellanoone Additt Bounds, Lelant
- one fourteenth of Agea Bullock Bounds
- one twelfth of Trinkhill Great Bounds
- one eighth of a little pair of tin bounds near Trinkill Great Bounds
- five sixteenths of Great Wheal Reeve Bounds
- half a pair of tin bounds under Gweale Carne Hedge joining with Trinkhill Bounds
- one eighth of Little Wheal Reeth Bounds alias Lewannack Bounds
- half of Little Wheal Reath Bounds under Chelasen Hedge
- quarter of the tin bounds in Vounder Dule Lane near Lock
- tin bounds in other parishes:
- half of Nansedan, Ludgvan
- half of Trevalgan, St. Ives
- half part of bounds in the cliff near the Carlah, Zennor
- half part of Zennor Bounds in Church Towne Cliffe, Zennor
- one eighth of three pairs of tin bounds in Ludgvan,
Baldew Wartha Bounds, Baldew Crease Bounds, Baldew Woolas Bounds
- three sixteenths of two pairs of tin bounds in Ludgvan and Towednack called Georgea Great Bounds and Georgea Little Bounds
- half of Baowe Bounds in Amelwiddon Moor, Towednack
- one quarter of Gwyaver Bounds, Zennor
- one eighth of Leannas Bounds near the church of Lelant
All according to the customs of the Stannary of Penwith and Kirriar
Mortgage: £220 plus interest

Camborne, St. Kew, Paul and Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP174  6 August 1735

Contents:
Mortgage
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
2. Mary Basset of Tehiddy, Illogan, widow
Property as GP172
Mortgage: £5000 plus interest

Mitchell (Newlyn East and St. Enoder)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP175  20 July 1737

Contents:
Mortgage by assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., 1.'s husband William Davies, and John Martin the younger
1. Mary Davies of Mitchell, widow
2. John Williams of Truthen, esq.
3. Francis Clirs of Flushing, Mylor, gent.
4. Michael Allen of Perranworthal, gent.
1-3 to 4
Property in the Barton of Treludderow, Newlyn East
Mortgage: £655 5s plus interest
With bond and bill

Camborne, St. Kew, Paul and Wenron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP176  3 October 1737

Contents:
Additional mortgage
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
2. Mary Basset of Roscrow, St. Gluvias, widow
3. John Pendarves Basset of Tehidy, Illogan, esq.
Property as GP172
Mortgage: £1000 paid by 3. to 1.. 1. owes 2. £3000 plus interest

St. Kew, Paul and other parishes in the manor of Alverton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP177/1-2  1-2 May 1752

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Francis Bassett of Walcott, Oxfordshire, esq., sole executor of the will of Mary Bassett, late of Roskrow, Gluvias, widow, deceased, Christopher Hawkins of Trewinnard, St. Erth, esq., executor of the will of John Pendarves Bassett of Tehiddy, Illogan, esq., deceased and John Prideaux Bassett (an infant), grandson and heir of the said Mary Bassett
2. William Arundell of Trengwainton, Madron, Walter Borlase of Castle Horneck, Madron, doctor of law, George Borlase of Penzance, gent. - devisees in trust of the real estate of James Keigwin, late of Mousehole, esq., George Keigwin of Mousehole, eldest brother and heir to the said James Keigwin and John Keigwin, the other brother to the said James Keigwin - executors of James Keigwin's will
3. George Veale of Penzance, gent., and William Veale of Trevailer, Gulval, esq.
1. and 2. to 3.
Manor and lordship of Alverton alias Alwarton alias Alwrenton Penzance and Mousehole, Paul and elsewhere; a tenement called Regennis alias Regeanis, Paul heretofore the land of John Harry of St. Kew, gent., deceased and purchased by James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq., from John Harry, son and heir of the said John Harry, deceased; a tenement called Regennis, Paul, lately held by James Keigwin, esq., deceased, father of the said James Keigwin, then James Keigwin (the son), William Carvossoe and Francis Carvossoe of Paul, yeomen; the capital messuage of Reton alias Treton alias Tretawne, St. Kew; a tenement called Cuell alias Kewell an Dale, St. Kew; Penhendra and Tupton alias Upton, St. Kew; Trevello and Trevello Downs, Paul, lately held by Mathew Williams, John Chenhalls, Abeduegao Harvey, William Roberts, Elizabeth Hollah and Richard Kelynack; a tenement and dwelling house where James Keigwin formerly lived; the stone quay or pier at Mousehole; a water grist mill and half another mill in Mousehole; moiety of Mill Meadow; various tenements in Mousehole formerly held by John Badcok, Joseph Beaden, Richard Gendall, Thomas John, Abraham Breage, Sampson Davy, Alexander Richards, John Carnpessack, William Matthews, John Pentreath, Bennett Hannifer, Thomas Collins, John Richards, Humphry Pearce, John Pearce, Jane Bennetts, William Thomas, John Vingoe and Stephen Bodinar, Charles Keigwin, William Keigwin, William Grankan and Blanch Wills, now of the said John Badcock's widow, Joseph Beaden, Henry Treluddra, Jane John (widow), John Wright, Tobias Trevurrow, William Willes, Penelope Bodinar (widow), Nicholas Pentreath, Charles Keigwin's daughters, William Keigwin's widow, John Pentreath, John Crankan, James Harry, Humphry or Elizabeth Pearce, John Pearce, Orchan Crankan (widow), Oliver Leah and Penelope Bodinar (widow); tenement in Brewinny or Paul Church Town formerly held by Mary Hodge, Hugh Davy, William Hoskyn, and now of Mary Hodge, Hugh Davy, John Harry; a tenement in Newlyn, Paul, formerly held by Joan Kelynack, widow, William Leah and Mrs Alvie and now held by Joan Kelynack, widow, Jane Leah and Mrs Younge
Consideration: £4550

[no title]  GP177/3  nd

Contents:
List of property conveyed in GP177/1-2

Madron, Morvah, Paul and Sancreed  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP178/1  30 October 1773

Contents:
Deed to lead the uses of a fine
1. Richard Hichens of Trengwainton, Madron, esq. and Margaret his wife, one of the daughters and co-heirs of George Veale, late of Penzance, gent.
2. William Veale of Trevayler, Gulval, esq.
Third part of Alverton Penzance and Mousehole with appurtenances and one third of the 60 messuages, 20 cottages, 10 tofts, 1 mill, 40 gardens and 500 acres of land together with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Estovers in Ragennis alias Reginnis, Trevellow, Brewinny, Mousehole, Newlyn, Penzance, Brane, Boscathna, Halandreath and Rosemergy in Paul, Sancreed, Madron and Morvah.

[no title]  GP178/2  nd

Contents:
Copy of GP178/1

[no title]  GP178/3  19 December 1848

Contents:
Certificate from the Court of Common Pleas relating to property in GP178/1

Paul and parishes in the manor of Alverton Penzance and Mousehole  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP179/1-2  23-24 June 1797

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. Cuthbert Baines of Godolphin, esq.
Third part of the manor and lordship of Alverton alias Alwarton alias Alwraiton Penzance and Mousehole, Paul; tenement called Regennis alias Rageanis, Paul, heretofore the estate and inheritance of John Harris, late of St. Kew, and purchased from him by James Keigwin, late of Mousehole; tenement called Regennis, formerly the estate and inheritance of James Keigwin, esq., father to the said James Keigwin, and the son James Keigwin, William Carvosoe and Francis Carvosoe of Paul, yeoman; a tenement called Trevello and Trevello Downs, Paul, lately held by Matthew Williams, John Chenhalls, Abednego Haweis, William Roberts, Elizabeth Hollal and Richard Kellynack, now by John Glasson the younger, Samuel Harvey and William Harvey, John Harvey and Thomas Tremewan; stone quay or pier in Mousehole formerly held by James Keigwin; water grist mill and half another mill, Mousehole, Paul and a moiety of a little meadow called the Little Mill Meadow formerly held by John Campessack and now by John Glasson; premises in Mousehole formerly held by John Badcock, Joseph Beaden, Richard Gendall, Thomas John, Abraham Breaze, Sampson Davy, Alexander Richards, John Campessack, William Matthews, John Penheath, Bennet Hannifer, Thomas Collins, John Richards, Humphrey Pearce, John Pearce, Jane Bennetts, William Thomas, John Unigoe and Stephan Bodinnar, Charles Keigwin, William Keigwin, William Cromkan and Blanch Wills, lately by the said John Badcocks' widow, Joseph Beaden, Henry Treluddra, Jane John, widow, John Wright, Tobias Trevorrow, William Willis, Penelope Bodumias, widow, Nicholas Penheath, Charles Keigwin's daughters, William Keigwin's widow, John Penheath, John Crankan, James Harry, Humphrey or Elizabeth Pearce, John Pearce, Orchan Crankan, widow, Oliver Leale and Penelopes Bodumias, widow and now by George William Badcock, Joseph Beadeus Representatives, Richard Wright, Peter Dennis, William Willis, John Wright, Nicholas Richards, John Leale, Richard Laduer, William Trewaras, William Barnes, James Stevens, William Laduer, Peter Willis, Thomas Leggo, John George, William Caras, David Lanyon and Francis Franco, James Charles Bailas and Samuel Carpenter, esq.; tenement in Brewinny or Paul Church Town formerly held by Mary Hodge, Hugh Davy, William Hoskin and Hugh Davy of St. Ives, lately by Mary Hodge, Hugh Davy, John Harry and the said William Hugh Davy of St. Ives and now by John Keaste, Hugh Foss, Joseph Manack, Grace Badcocke, widow, John Barnes and Hannibal Usler; premises in Newlyn, Paul, formerly held by Joan Kelynack, widow, William Leah and Mr. Elwis, since by Joan Kellynack, widow, Jane Leah and Mrs. Younge and now by the Representatives of Philip Kellynack, William Manack and Thomas Curnow; one third of the premises of James Keigwin conveyed to Mary Bassett, late of Rescrow, widow, deceased and since held by Uriah Tonkin, Joan Hutchens, William John and James Keigwin
1. in debt to 2. for £1057 10s plus interest

Paul and other parishes in the manor of Alverton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP180/1-2  23-24 July 1803


Related information: See GP184-GP190

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Cuthbert Baines, late of Godolphin, but now of Penzance, esq.
2. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
3. John Scobell of East Stone House, Devon, builder
3. (mortgagee) paid 1. by direction of 2.
One third of property as GP177/1 but not Tretawne, Cuell alias Kewell an Dale and Penhendra and Tupton alias Upton, Brewinny, tenement in Mousehole now held by John Wright, representatives of Joseph Beadeus, William Ash, Peter Dennis, William Willis, Nicholas Richards, John Leah, Richard Laduer, William Trewavas, William Barnes, James Stevens, representatives of William Laduers, representatives of Peter Willis, Thomas Leggo, John Geoge, Richard Richards, David Lamton, Francis Franco, James Charles Bayly and Samuel Carpenter, esq.
Mortgage: £1268 6s plus interest

[no title]  GP181  3 November 1803


Related information: See GP183

Contents:
Additional mortgage
1. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. John Scobell of East Stone-house, Devon, builder
Property as GP180 with Poltear alias Poltair, Madron, lately held by Richard Hichens and formerly the lands of the inheritance of William John, merchant, deceased; a tenement in Poultear alias Poltair formerly held by William Rodda, after by his widow Amy and then by Richard Hichens; Baynard's tenement, formerly held by William Baynard, lately by Henry Lugg, deceased, and then by Richard Hichens; Rabluis Tenement, Poultear alias Poltair, formerly held by Jacob Stevens, then by his widow; Hall-Mitchell moor, Madron; Gold-horns moor and that part of the croft adjoining Higher Gold-horns extending as far as Gurgy-hedge just past the red tin barrow in Treglogwrith tenement; two fields called Poltair fields in Treglodjack alias Tregoddack alias Landithe (3 acres), Madron, part of the manor of Kenncell and Basacra, lately held by Richard Hichens
Additional mortgage: £341 2s plus interest
With letter of attorney from 1. with the consent of 2. to James Kempthorne the younger of St. Austell, gent.

Mabe, Mylor and Penryn (Purbeck, Dorset)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP182  29 September 1806

Contents:
Attested copy of release
1. George Chapman George of Penryn, esq.
2. Francis Paynter of Trekenning, St. Columb Major, gent, William Richards of Penryn, esq. and Charles Scott of Helston, gent.
Property as GP45/1-2 and all that dwelling house with gardens and appurtenances in Lower Street, Penryn purchased by 1. of Thomas Reed esq.; two parcels of land in Penryn bounded on the west by the last mentioned premises, on the north by the turnpike road leading from Truro to Falmouth, on the east by the land of Lord De Dunstanville, and on the south by the land of Ann Liverton; Treleo Nanteleo alias Anteleo, Mylor; fields called Pitclose or Pitcrofts, Mylor with commons on Tregew Downs; clay concern on the island of Purbeck, Dorset; 1.'s third share in a patent on an engine for working a stream or fire engine by a rotary motion, lately obtained by Jonathan Hornblower of Penryn, engine builder
1. in debt to various persons so assigns the premises to
2. to act as trustees for 1.'s creditors
Schedule of Deeds

Madron, Paul and other parishes in the manor of Alverton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP183/1-2  2-3 January 1810

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release with additional mortgage
1. Richard Hichens of Penzance, esq.
2. John Scobell of East Stonehouse, Devon, builder
3. Stephen Hendy of Plymouth Dock, Devon, innkeeper
2. (new mortgagee) pays 3. £179 18s 6d by the direction of 1.. 3. pays 1. £2420 1s 6d.
Property as GP181

[no title or date]  GP183/3

Contents:
Bond: Richard Hichens of Penzance, esq., bound to Stephen Hendy of Plymouth Dock, Devon, innkeeper, for £4800 as security for the payment of £2400 with interest by 3 July 1810. Bond dated 3 January 1810.

Paul and other parishes in the manor of Alverton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP184/1-2  11-12 November 1810

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Richard Hichens of Penzance, esq.
2. James Halse of St. Ives, gent.
Property as GP180
Mortgage: £500 plus interest

[no title]  GP185/1-2  23-24 June 1812

Contents:
Additional mortgage by lease and release
1. Richard Hichens of Penzance, esq.
2. Thomas Broad the younger of Penzance, mercer
Property as GP180
Additional mortgage: £595 plus interest

[no title]  GP186/1-2  23-24 June 1813

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release
1. Stephen Hendy of Plymouth Dock, Devon, innkeeper
2. Thomas Broad the younger of Penzance, mercer
3. Richard Hichens of Penzance, esq.
4. James Halse of St. Ives, gent.
1. and 2. with the consent of 3. to 4.
Assignment of mortgage by lease and release
Property as GP180
Mortgage: £3999 19s plus interest
Schedule of deeds

[no title]  GP187/1-2  6-7 June 1814

Contents:
Mortgage by lease and release
1. Reverend Cuthbert Johnson Baines of St. Ives, Huntingdonshire, clerk, eldest son and heir at law of Cuthbert Baines, late of Penzance, esq., deceased, and devisee in fee of one third of the manor and lordship of Alwarton Penzance and Mousehole
2. Dame Mary Knightley of Manchester Square, St. Mary-le-bone, Middlesex, widow
Property as GP180
Mortgage: £1800 plus interest

[no title]  GP188/1-2  17-18 November 1816

Contents:
Additional mortgage by lease and release
1. Reverend Cuthbert Johnson Baines of St. Ives, clerk
2. John Stevens of Castle Horneck, esq.
Property as GP180
Additional mortgage: £871 11s 6d plus interest

[no title]  GP189  1819

Contents:
Abstract of title of Reverend Cuthbert Johnson Baines, clerk, to one third of the manor of Alwarton Penzance and Mousehole, Paul

[no title]  GP190/1-2  6-7 January 1820

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Dame Mary Knightley of Manchester Square, St. Mary-le-Bone, Middlesex, widow
2. Rev. Johnson Baines of St. Ives, Huntingdonshire, clerk
3. James Halse of St. Ives, gent.
1. and 2. to 3.
Property as GP180
Consideration: £1864 5s to 1. £2132 14s to 2.
With schedule

[no title]  GP191/1-2  17-18 June 1833

Contents:
Lease and release
1. Edward Pogson of Southampton Street, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, esq., his sons Edward Henry Pogson of the same, gent. and Henry Jenkins Pogson, a lieutenant in His Majesty's 30th Regiment of Foot now stationed at Clogher in Ireland and his daughter, Frances Anne Pogson of Southampton Street, spinster
2. James Halse of St. Ives, esq., MP
One third of Alverton alias Alwarton or Awlrenton Penzance and Mousehole, Paul; tenement called Regennis alias Rageanis now held by Richard Edmonds, James Davey, William Perry, John Kneebone, John Trombath and others; ancient stone quay and pier in Mousehole and the new or other stone quay or pier with all dues of bushelage, keelage, anchorage and wharfage; water grist mill and half another mill in Mousehole and the moiety of Little Mill Meadow, formerly held by John Carnpossack and lately by John Waters or his undertenants; tenements in Mousehole formerly held by Thomas Liggoe, John Badcock's widow, John Beadon, Henry Trehiddra, Jane John (widow), John Wright, Tobias Trivorrow, William Wills, Penelope Bodinar (widow), Nicholas Pentreath, Charles Keigwin's daughters, William Keigwin's widow, John Pentreath, John Crankan, James Harry, Humphrey Pearce, Elizabeth Pearce, John Pearce, Orchan Crankan widow, Oliver Leah and Penelope Bodinar (widow) and now or lately held by John Wright, James Trembath, John Batton (merchant), Joseph Beaden's representatives, Thomas Mathews, Peter Dennis, John Strick, Nicholas Richards representatives, John Leah, Richard Laduer, John Trereavow, Elizabeth Maddern, Elizabeth and Nicholas Pentreath, John Victor, James Davey, Davis Lanion and John Cornish or their representatives; tenement in Brewinney or Paul Church Town formerly held by Mary Hodge, William Hosken and Hugh Davey of St. Ives, since by Mary Hodge, Hugh Davey, John Harry, lately by George Ball, John Davies (gentleman), Grace Badcock (widow), Richard Trewavas, Joseph Marrack, James Trembath and Hannibal Voler, and now or lately held by Joan Kelynack (widow), Mrs Elevis, Jane Leah and Mrs Young, Philip Kelynack's representatives, Thomas Leah, William Marrack and Thomas Curnow, Thomas Cattranans, Edward James, all tenements were formerly the estate of James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq., deceased and lately of George Veale of Penzance, esq., deceased; sixth part of Rosemergy, Morvah, now held by Henry Giles, Richard Eddy and Andrew Eddy

[no title]  GP191/3/1-7  31 October 1827-10 April 1829

Contents:
Letters between James Halse of St. Ives, esq. and Edward Pogson, esq. relating to the sale by Halse of part of Paul Estate

[no title]  GP191/4  15 May 1829

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement by Edward Pogson of Southampton Street, Fitzroy Square, Middlesex, esq., his wife Frances (late Frances Jenkins of Penzance, spinster), his sons Edward Henry Pogson, Henry Jenkins Pogson and Milward Pogson, his daughter Frances Anne Pogson with James Halse of St. Ives, esq, MP to convey one third part of the manor of Alverton Penzance and Mousehole, Paul, for a consideration of £4620

[no title]  GP191/5  19 June 1833

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement by Edward Pogson, Edward Henry Pogson, Henry Jenkins Pogson, Milward Pogson and Frances Anne Pogson with James Halse of St. Ives, esq., MP relating to the legal security of Alverton manor

St. Agnes, St. Erme, Penryn and Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP192  9 January 1849

Contents:
Schedule of deeds deposited with John Morgan Ley, esq., one of the trustees of Edwin and Elizabeth Ley's marriage settlement relating to property in St. Agnes, St. Erme, Perranzabuloe and Penryn

DEVON  [no ref. or date]

Diptford, Devon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP193  13 July 1624

Contents:
Bargain and sale
1. John Ryder of Relston, Hallwill [Halwell], Devon, yeoman
2. John Hele of Dipford, gent.
Coombe and Murtwill, Dipford, Devon, sometime two tenements but now seven, now held by 2., Agnes Symons, Thomas Hext, Thomas Downynge and Thomas Ryder
Consideration: £160

[no title]  GP194  30 November 1686

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 2000 years
1. Elizabeth Ryder of Dipford, Devon, widow, relict of Thomas Ryder of Dipford, yeoman, deceased, Arthur Hele of Dipford, gent. and John Langworthy of Dipford, gent.
2. Solomon Hele of Dipford, gent.
New or lately erected houses and garden, the upper end of the barn, moiety of the threshing floor in the barn, the beanehay adjoining the upper end of the barn, the higher west park, the lower west park, the Slade, 1/6 of Green, all in Coombe, Diptford
Consideration: £110
Endorsed: assignment by Solomon Hele of Dipford, gent. to his brother Arthur Hele of Stert, [in Diptford], gent., of all the above premises, 1692
With testamentary oath of Elizabeth Rider, 8 May 1685
With receipt from Elizabeth Rider to Solomon Hele of Dipford, gent., for £110 for premises in Combe, 30 November 1686

Leases  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP195  15 May 1581

Contents:
Lease for three lives: 2.
1. Walter Treluddrowe of Newlyn, gent. and his wife Marie
2. Pawll Polpera of St. Agnes, husbandman, his wife Agnes and their son Pascowe
Messuages in Breanicke and Chyvounder, now held by 2.
Consideration: £52
Rent: 25s, one capon or 8d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  GP196/1-2  7 September 1606


Related information: See GP197

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Thomas Raw alias Tregea, son of William Raw alias Tregea of St. Agnes, yeoman and Pascase Penrose, daughter of Raffe Penrose
1. Robert Trethewy of St. Stephen in Brannel, gent.
2. John Raw alias Tregea of St. Agnes, yeoman
Bryaneck and Chyvownder now held by Raffe Penrose and his wife Agnes for the life of the said Agnes from lease granted by Walter Trelodrow, gent.
Consideration: £76
Rent: 25s 8d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: best beast
With counterpart

[no title]  GP197  6 September 1615

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives
1. John Raw alias Tregea of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. Robert Whyte of Truro, merchant
Bryaneck and Chyvounder (recites GP196)
Consideration: £76, Rent: 25s 8d per annum

[no title]  GP198  24 March 1622/3

Contents:
Assignment of leases for 99 years or three lives: 1's children, William, John and Diana
1. Richard Clether of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. Edward Noye of St. Agnes, gent.
¼ of Perwennack alias Prewennack leased by Henry Nance and ¼ of the same leased by John Channon
Consideration: £57
Recites leases of 22 May 1622 (Henry Nance of Nance to John Clether) and 1 June 1622 (John Channon of Launcells, esq. to Richard Clether)

[no title]  GP199  6 February 1625

Contents:
Lease for three lives: 2.
1. John Coke of Trerise, esq.
2. Roger Nicholas of St. Agnes, husbandman, his son Leonard and Chyonett, wife of Leonard Nicholas
Moiety of Trenethick Wolas, which Robert Nicholas, father of 2., purchased of Henry Trengove of Nance
Rent: 13s 4d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 50s
Suit of court: manor of Treworthen

[no title]  GP200  8 March 1624/5

Contents:
Lease for 80 years or two lives: 1 and Thomas Raw alias Tregea, son of William Raw alias Tregea
1. John Trethewye of St. Stephen in Brannel, gent., son and heir of Robert Trethewye, gent., deceased
2. William Whyte of Truro, gent.
Bryaneck and Chyvounder formerly held by Ralph Penrose and his wife Agnes, with rights to pasture on the commons of the same
Consideration: £13 4s
Rent: 25s 8d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Endorsed: 20 December 1652 surrender of lease by William Whyte to John Chattey of Truro, gent. for £130

[no title]  GP201  21 December 1627

Contents:
Assignment of leases for 99 years or three lives: Richard Clether's children, William, John and Diana
1. Edward Noy of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
Messuages in Penweneck
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum and 6s 8d per annum
Heriot: 20s and 30s
Recites leases of 20 May 1623 (Henry Nanse late of Nanse [Illogan], esq. to Richard Clether of St. Agnes, husbandman) and 1 June 1622 (John Chamond late of Launcells, esq. to the said Richard Clether)
With bond for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP202  16 March 1630/1

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Roger Rogers alias Beauchampe of St. Agnes and his wife Johane
2. Richard Cleader [Cleather] of St. Agnes, yeoman
Plot of land called the mowhay and the barn adjoining, a plot of land before the barn, and all those closes appertaining called Church Parke, Higher Parke and the Crofte, the moiety of the hill and moor in Breonek
Consideration: £66 10s 1d
Rent: 4s per annum

[no title]  GP203  20 October 1639

Contents:
Assignment of leases for 99 years or three lives: Richard Clether's children, William, John and Diana
1. John Tonckyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Michaell Stuckey of Perranzabuloe, clerk
Moiety of messuages in Perwenack alias Prewenacke
Recites leases of 20 May 1622 (Henry Nance to Richard Clether) and 1 June 1622 (John Chamond of Launcells to Richard Clether)
Term: 21 years or three lives (lives as above)
Rent: £7 per annum
Husbandry clauses (including payment of ship money)

[no title]  GP204  Endorsement dated: 1 May 1642

Contents:
Part of endorsement of counterpart of lease for one life (James Donnithorne): parties - James Tonkin to James Donnithorne; property - tenement called Chesyes; consideration - £1 1s; rent - £1 per annum. Later used as slip denoting deeds and leases for Penwennack.

[no title]  GP205  2 January 1642/3

Contents:
Assignment of leases for 99 years or three lives: Richard Cleather's children, William, John and Diana
1. John Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Humphry Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent., son of 1.
Moiety of Penwennacke, formerly held by Edward Noy
Recites leases of 20 May 1623 (Henry Nance of Nance to Richard Cleather of St. Agnes) and 1 June 1623 (John Chamon of Launcells, esq. to Richard Cleather)

[no title]  GP206  2 September 1650

Contents:
Lease for one life: 2.
1. Thomas Tonkyn of Trevanes, St. Agnes, gent.
2. Mary Stuckey, daughter of Michaell Stuckey of St. Agnes, clerk
Moiety of messuages in Penwennacke alias Prewennacke alias Perwennecke, lately held by Michaell Stuckey
Consideration: £5 and marriage between Humphrey Tonkyn, brother of 1. and 2.
Rent: 15s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  GP207  20 December 1652

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Jane
1. John Chattey of Truro, gent.
2. John Kent of St. Agnes, tinner
Moiety of Bryaneck and Chivounder, old walls in Chivounder, the meadow to the west of the old walls (1½ acres), a meadow to the west of the same (2 acres), three fields now held by Thomas Rowe of St. Agnes (5 acres) to the south of the aforesaid meadows, Parke-an-Carne and the croft to the east, moiety of the great outer croft on the south side of the said lands "wherin are the Bowndes and Tinworkes caled Pollereene"
Consideration: £170
Rent: 15s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  GP208  20 December 1652

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Jane
1. John Chattey of Truro, gent.
2. John Kent of St. Agnes, tinner
Moiety of Briannicke and Chivounder
Consideration: £170
Rent: 15s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  GP209  20 December 1652

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Agnes and their daughter Barbara
1. John Chattey of Truro, gent.
2. John Tregea of St. Agnes, tinner
Moiety of Bryanecke and Chivounder being all the houses where John Kent now dwells with two meadows (2 acres) and two closes (6¼ acres) to the north adjoining land held by the heirs of John Coke, late of Tregasow, St. Erme, esq., deceased, and another close (1 acre) with the croft next to it to the south east of the preceding two closes, and the higher end of the croft next to Parkean Carne, and moiety of the great outer croft which contains Pollreene tin bounds
Consideration: £170
Rent: 15s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  GP210  5 June 1656

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Collan Paule and Thomas Paule, sons of William Paule of Illogan, and Thomas, son of Richard Paule of Camborne, tinners
1. Thomas Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Paule of St. Agnes, tinner
Plot of land in the west end of Goone Earle opposite Menegisie, for the building of a stamping mill, with two or three acres adjoining for laying and putting of tin stuff
Rent: 5s and one capon or 6d per annum
Heriot: 5s

[no title]  GP211  30 July 1656

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and their son Michaell
1. Henry Nance of Illogan, esq.
2. Humphry Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
¼ of Penwenack alias Prewenack, with rights to pasture on the commons of the same
Consideration: £20
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 20s

[no title]  GP212  24 August 1658

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. John Trenerry of St. Agnes, yeoman, his wife Joane, and Thomas Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. William Tregea of St. Agnes, tinner
Higher Close, part of Brianneck, lately held by Roger Rogers alias Beauchamp alias Chiton
Rent: £4 4s per annum

[no title]  GP213  14 April 1663

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for two lives: 2.
1. Thomas Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Gideon Whitta of St. Agnes, tinner, and his wife Elizabeth
House where 2. now dwells with a garden, parcel of Trevownas, with a plot of land adjacent, bounded to the north by Tale an Dries carriage way, to the west by Lewna Leat, and to the south by Kew an Ohan Great Shafts (½ acre)
Consideration: £5
Rent: 5s, one capon or 6d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Dated at first 14 April 14 Charles II [1662]

[no title]  GP214  28 March 1665

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Edward Vincent, son of Walter Vincent of Truro, esq., and Henry Grenfielde of Truro's sons John and Henry Grenfielde
1. Thomas Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Edward Grenfielde of Truro, woollen draper
Chyangrouse and a lane called Vounder an Butts leading to St. Agnes Ball, lately held by John Trenerry, but now held by 2.
Consideration: £13
Rent: 2s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
With memorandum of the same date

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP215  10 December 1668

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Jane and their son Thomas
1. Thomas Tonkinge of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Davy of the same, tinner
House, lately built by 2., and garden with two acres in Outer Goenfree, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 6s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP216  21 December 1668

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives 2., his wife Anne and their son Christopher
1. Thomas Tonkinge of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Cocke of the same, tinner
Dwelling house, lately built by 2., with three acres, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Outer Goenfree
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP217  21 December 1668

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and Catherine Christopher)
1. Thomas Tonkinge of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Marten of the same, tinner
Dwelling house, lately built by 2., with two acres in Outer Goenfree, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 6s, a capon and 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP218  18 January 1668/9

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: sons of 2. Edmond, Richard and John Winter
1. Thomas Tonking of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Richard Winter of Kenwyn, gent.
House and stamping mill or knocking mill, lately built by 2., for dressing tin and appurtenances in Tavisack and Bands, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 20s per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP219  9 April 1672

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Mary Billinge, daughter of Leonard Billinge and Moses Chilly, son of John Chilly of St. Blazey
1. Thomas Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Moses Chilly of the same, tinner
Two acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Outer Goenfree next adjoining the tenement called Breannecke and St. Agnes Churche Towne to the south west of the said tenement under the way that leads from the Beacon to Mingas and Illogan, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP220  19 June 1673

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives (sons of 2. Symon and Salathiell Paull, and Nicholas Luke, son of Roger Luke of St. Agnes
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Paull of Gover in St. Agnes, yeoman
Stamping mill and tinhouse with appurtenances for dressing tin in Tavisacke and Bans, now held by 2., St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Goen Jotha
Consideration: 20s
Rent: 20s per annum
Endorsed: Now Roger Luke's

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP221  19 June 1673

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Diana and their daughter Johan
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Waters of the same, tinner
House, lately built by 2., with two acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Outer Goenfree, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the same
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP222  2 July 1673

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. and his sons John and Gabriell
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Gavrigon Hockin of the same, tinner
Two acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Goonbrea alias Outer Goenfree on the north of John Tregellas' house with a plot of land on the east of the way that leads from the Beacon to Mingas, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the common lands of the same
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP223/1-2  2 March 1675/6

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: 2.
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Michaell Tonkin of St. Agnes, merchant
Moiety of Penwennacke alias Prewennacke alias Perwennacke, lately held by 2.
Consideration: £32
Rent: 15s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
With counterpart

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP224  3 March 1675/6

Contents:
Lease for 84 years or one life
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Michael Tonkin of the same, merchant
Lands and tenements called Prinscoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: £15
Rent: 15s per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP225  10 March 1676/7

Contents:
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Harvey of the same, tinner
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary, and their daughter Agnes
House, to be erected by 2., with a garden and two acres of land to be enclosed out of the commons of Goonbrea alias the Outer Goenfree on the west of John Pearse's ground, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP226  25 March 1677

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Jane and their son Stephen
1. Hugh Tonkyn of Trevaunance, gent.
2. Thomas George of St. Agnes, tinner
¼ acre in Chiton Vean commons, with rights to pasture in Goone Vrey
Covenant: 2. to build a dwelling house and enclose a garden
Rent: 5s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: one goat or 3s 4d

[no title]  GP227/1-2  25 March 1677

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Phillip and their son Peter
1. Hugh Tonkyn of Trevaunance, gent.
2. Symon Webb of St. Agnes, tinner
¼ an acre in Chiton Vean commons with rights to pasture on Goone Vrey
Covenant: 2. to build a dwelling house and enclose a garden
Rent: 8s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
With counterpart

[no title]  GP228  4 December 1679

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother Samuel Daniell, and Marke Macarto, son of Leweis Macarto of St. Agnes
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Marke Daniell of St. Agnes, tinner
Stamping mill called Nickles Stamps adjoining Gideon Whitta's house and a plot of ground adjacent bounded to the north west by a carriage way above the said stamping mill leading towards the cliff, to the north and east by the land of William Tregea, gent. and the main river, and to the south by the ground appertaining to Nicholas Hocken's Stamps, in Trevonas [Trevaunance] Coombe called Trevonas
Consideration: £94
Rent: 10s per annum
Endorsed: Now Mr James Crocker's

[no title]  GP229  16 May 1681

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Sarah
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, gent.
2. Jonas Mathews of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Dwelling house and garden plot in Trevownas [Trevaunance] Commons, now held by John Tyack
Rent: 6s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP230  3 December 1681

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth, and their son Nicholas
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Jacob of the same, tinner
House built by 2. with four acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Goonvrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 8s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP231  30 November 1682

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Mary and Elizabeth Taylor, son and daughters of Barik Taylor, deceased
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. William Taylor of the same, tinner
House lately erected by 2, and two acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Goon Brea alias Goonfree, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 8s 6d, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP232  27 December 1683

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: sons of 2. Thomas, John and Nicholas Frances
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Nicholas Frances of the same, yeoman
Sixteen acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Goenbrea alias Outer Goenvrey on the west side of Beacon Hill, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 16s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP233  28 December 1683

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Nicholas Frances of the same, yeoman
Two stamping mills and tinhouses with appurtenances in Porth Chapel Combe, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) now held by Noell Kator
Rent: £10 per annum

[no title]  GP234/1-2  17 March 1683/4

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and their son Symon
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Symon Paull of St. Agnes, tinner
House with a garden and 3 acres, parcel of Trevownas [Trevaunance], with liberty to cut turf for one day per annum on that part of Trevownas Ball that adjoins the Pell Adit
Consideration: 2. to erect a dwelling house
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of mills
With counterpart

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP235  26 March 1684

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Wilmot and their son Phyllippe
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Stephen Cock of the same, tinner
One new dwelling house and garden with six acres to be enclosed out of the commons of the Outer Goonvrey alias Goonfree, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Endorsed: value of Noel Caters estate and manors

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP236  12 June 1684

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Netle of the same, tinner
One acre with liberty to erect a stamping mill, tinhouse, buddleplaces and other buildings for stamping and dressing tin in Outer Goonvrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 15s per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP237  9 August 1684

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife and their daughter Barbara
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Richard Frances of the same, tinner
Five acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Outer Goonvrey alias Gonfrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 1s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP238  25 May 1685

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., and his son and daughter Dynah and Embling
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. William Bennallack of the same, gent.
A house, lately built by 2., with two acres to be enclosed out of the commons of Outer Goonfrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 8s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP239  24 August 1685

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Noell Cater of Nuland, tinner
Stamping mill and tin house called Lower Stamps with water courses needed for stamping and dressing tin in Port Chapell Combe, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile), now in the possession of 2.
Rent: £6 per annum

[no title]  GP240  22 September 1685

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their son Bennet
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Avray of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house and garden, parcel of Trevownas [Trevaunance], with liberty to cut turf for one day per annum on Trevownas to the north west of the said house
Consideration: 2. to erect a dwelling house
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP241  20 September 1686

Contents:
Lease for 21 years or one life
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Michael Tonkin of the same, gent.
150 acres at Inner Goonvrey alias the New Downes, one part bounded on the east by Pell Stamps, the west and south by Warren Hedge and James Hocking's tenements, the other part bounded on the east by Richard Guy's tenement, the south by Outer Goonvrey, and the west and north by the sea and Warren Hedge, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: use of enclosure called Princecoll
Endorsed: This Lease Is Cancelld

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP242/1-2  29 September 1686

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Hugh Tonkin and Michael Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Richard Gowen, blacksmith, Thomas Waters, tinner and Richard Guy, husbandman, all of St. Agnes
One part of Inner Goonfrey bounded on the west and north by the sea and Warren Hedge, and on the east and south by Richard Guy's, John Jacob's, James Phylips' and John Tredynick's tenements, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: £8 10s per annum
With counterpart

[no title]  GP243  2 February 1686/7

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their son Nicholas
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Martyn of St. Agnes, tinner
Two fields and the hill adjoining commonly called Park Stephens, part of Chiton alias Chywyn tenement, now held by Edward Newsam, gent.
Rent: £5, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum

[no title]  GP244  2 February 1686/7

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., his wife Frances and Walter Vincent
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, gent.
2. John Martyn of St. Agnes, tin blower
Two thirds of Chiton
Consideration: £40 and that 2. has taken a lease from 1. for the other third of Chiton
Recites leases of 29 June 1669 (John St. Aubyn of Clowance, Crowan and his wife Ann to 1. of one third of Chiton and George Carye of Clovelly to 1. of another one third of Chiton)

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP245  1 May 1687

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Honnor and their son James
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Michell of the same, tinner
Four acres to be enclosed out of Princscoll alias Burs Coll adjoining the highway that leads to Truro, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 20s per annum
Clause: 2. to build a dwelling house on the property
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP246  2 May 1687

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Joseph Cater, son of Noell of Nuland and Richard Cater, son of Richard Cater of St. Agnes
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Moses Cater of the same, tinner
Two acres of land as it is now enclosed land of the commons of Goonvrey alias Outer Goonvrey on the south west side of Beacon Hill, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP247  3 May 1687

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., and his sons Thomas and James
1. Hugh Tonkin and Michael Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. George Roswale of the same, tinner
That part of Inner Goonvrey with appurtenances, bounded on the west by Warren Hedge, on the south by James Hockin's tenement, and on the north and east by the sea, Thomas Opie's stamping mill and St. Agnes Ball, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 40s per annum
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP248  10 November 1687

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or one life: 2.'s grandson, John Rowse, son of John Rowse
1. William Cary of Clovelly, Devon, esq.
2. John Rowse of St. Agnes, tinner
Chysees in St. Agnes Churchtown, now held by 2.
Consideration: two pieces of guinea gold worth 43s
Rent: 7s 2d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d

[no title]  GP249  7 December 1687

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: William, John and Richard Tregea, sons of Richard Tregea of St. Agnes, tinner
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. William Worth of Penryn, merchant
Three quarters of St. Agnes Blowing House, three quarters of the crasing mill, stamps and stamping mill there, three quarters of a parcel of land on the south end of the dwelling house, and appurtenances, all in Trewartha
Consideration: £150
Rent: 6s per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP250  10 July 1688

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: James Knight, William Knight and George Knight
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. James Knight of the same, tinner
House and garden with one acre in Outer Goonvrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 5s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP251  10 July 1688

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives: 2., his wife Julyan, and their son John
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Alexander Stephens of the same, tinner
Dwelling house and garden with four acres now held by 2. in Outer Goonvrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 5s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP252  16 August 1692

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Mary Penkevill and Richard Hancok of Illogan
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Phillipp Hoskyn of the same, tinner
Six acres of enclosed land in Princescoll alias Berscole, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 31s 6d per annum
Clause: 2. to build a dwelling house on the property
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP253  28 December 1692

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their daughter Mary
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Richard Pearse of the same, husbandman
New house and garden with one and a half acres in Princescoll alias Burscoll next adjoining Perwenik lands, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 10s per annum
Clause: 2. to build a dwelling house on the property
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP254  2 May 1693

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons Peter, Francis and Richard
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Richard Gowen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Dwelling house and smith's shop called Chevounder, with a garden adjoining, parcel of Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile
Rent: 30s per annum
Suit of mills
Endorsed: Surrenderd 21 June 1700
Trevaunance

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP255  10 September 1693

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and their daughter Joane
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Charles Murton of the same, husbandman
Three acres to be enclosed out of Inner Goonfrey or New Downes and a dwelling house adjoining, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights of pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Outer Goonfrey
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP256  2 August 1697

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his sister Constance and his mother Wyllmot
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, esq
2. Stephen Cock, junior, of the same, tinner
A new dwelling house and garden with six acres formerly occupied by Stephen Cock, senior, deceased, in St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Goonvrey
Rent: 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP257  20 August 1698

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., his wife Mary and her brother John Avery
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. William Opey of St. Agnes, tinner
Houses, two meadows, gardens, a croft and a field (5 acres) on Beacon Hill, now held by 2., all in Wickett
Rent: 5s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP258  14 March 1699/1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: 2.
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. George Chivall the younger of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house and garden with two acres in Goenvrea, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile), formerly held by Thomas Davy, deceased of St. Agnes, with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Outer Goonvrea
Consideration: 43s
Rent: 6s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP259  19 March 1699/1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: sons of 2., Nicholas Bennett and John Bennett, and Francis Gowen, son of Richard Gowen of St. Agnes
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Jonathan Bennett of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling houses and gardens on the south side of Chivounder Lane, now held by 2. and Edward Westcott, with all waste ground in Chivounder Lane from the north west corner of Whele Trevownance Bounds as far west as Whele Dreah Smithy Shop and from the west of the garden now held by Jonas Mathewes as far as the Eastern Punion End of the dwelling house held by 2., St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: £27 3s
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP260  1 June 1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: Julian Marten
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. John Avery of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling houses and gardens now held by 2. and Cyprian Rogers, part of Trevownance and in Trevownance Combe, with liberty to cut turf for one day per annum on the commons of Trevownance Ball
Consideration: £1 1s
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of mills
To commence at the deaths of 2. and his son Bennett

[no title]  GP261  21 June 1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons Richard and Symon, and 2.'s brother Francis
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Peter Gowen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Smith shop, commonly called Chivounder Shop, now held by 2., part of Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile
Rent: 20s per annum
Endorsed: Trevaunance

[no title]  GP262  23 August 1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s wife Julian, his son Bennett Avery and William Opy, son of Thomas Opy, deceased
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. John Avery of St. Agnes, tinner
Plot of ground where the Pell Stamps (now ruins) lately stood and one acre of waste land to the west, Trevawnance Ball
Rent: 10s per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP263  27 August 1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Margaret and their son George
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. James Rosewall of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house, lately built by 2., and garden with twenty two acres and appurtenances in Goenvrea, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile), with liberty to take water out of John Hockins Well.
Rent: 44s per annum
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP264  30 January 1700/1

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., and his sons William and Nicholas
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq
2. John Hocking of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house lately erected by Nicholas Kent, late of St. Agnes, yeoman, deceased
Consideration: 20s
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum

[no title]  GP265  31 January 1700/1

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. and their son John
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevownance, esq.
2. John Hocking of St. Agnes, tinner, and his wife Jane
One messuage, dwelling house and garden lately built by 2. and fields (10 acres) adjoining to the east and north east of the house, part of Trevownance, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Outer Goonvrea
Consideration: £14
Rent: 10s per annum

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP266  25 May 1702

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Phillipa Sampson, sister of 2. and Katherine Riches, wife of John Riches of St. Agnes, tinner
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Peter Sampson of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with two acres in Outer Goenvrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Consideration: two guineas of gold
Rent: 6s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP267  2 August 1702

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Jane and his son Joseph Cater
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Nowell Cater of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house and garden where Alexander Stephens now lives and three acres in Outer Goenvrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 5s per annum
Suit of mill

[no title]  GP268  31 July 1704

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Christiana and their son Andrew
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevawnance, esq.
2. Humphry Whitta of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house lately built by 2. and a garden in Trevawnance Comb adjoining Gideon Whitta's house, a plot of waste ground in Trevonnas Ball (4 acres), Trevawnance tenement, adjoining Carne Meale Shop on the north, the Deerepark hedge on the south, the highway on the east and Carnemeale fields on the west
Rent: 8s per annum

[no title]  GP269  31 August 1704

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother Francis Gowen and Nathaniell Penticost
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Peter Gowen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
House or smith's shop lately built in Pell Greene and one acre of waste adjoining, Trevownance Ball
Rent: £4 per annum

[no title]  GP270  22 December 1704

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., William, son of Edmund Paull and Thomas, son of Ann Rowse
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Nicholas Paull the younger of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house, lately built by 2. upon the waste of the barton and manor of Trevaunance, between Pell Adit Leat and the cliff
Rent: 7s 6d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP271  15 January 1704/5

Contents:
Lease for 7 years
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Nicholas Donnithorne of St. Agnes, tin blower
One field called the Gewes, part of the barton of Trevaunance
Rent: £10 per annum

[no title]  GP272  2 February 1704/5

Contents:
Lease for 7 years
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Nicholas Donnithorne, John Bennallack and Leonard Paull of St. Agnes, tinners
Eight stamping mills in Trevaunance Comb being four stamping mills adjoining the grist mill, Little Stamps to the south of Gideon Whitta's house, Rooses Stamps, Symon Paulls Stamps and Higher Stamps, part of Trevaunance
Rent: £130 per annum

[no title]  GP273  2 February 1704/5

Contents:
Lease for 7 years
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Peter Gowen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
One third of a smith shop called Trevaunance shop and one quarter of a smith shop in Pell Green
Rent: £15 per annum

[no title]  GP274  24 February 1704/5

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son and daughters, Francis, Mary and Gertrude
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Francis Hocking of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house and garden, formerly called the new house and malt house, with appurtenances, Breanneck and St. Agnes Church Town, sometime held by Edward Newsam, gent., since deceased and now held by 2.
Consideration: £20 and one guinea
Rent: 12s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance
States third year of Anne's reign, but also A.D. 1701

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP275  29 September 1705

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their son John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan [Perranzabuloe], esq.
2. George Chivall of St. Agnes, tinner
Two acres with appurtenances in Outer Goonevrea, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile), lately held by 2., with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Rent: 4s per annum
Clause: 2. to build a dwelling house on the property
Suit of court and mills.

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP276  29 September 1705

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Dorothy and their daughter Mary
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan [Perranzabaloe], esq.
2. John Phillips of St. Agnes, tinner
Three acres lately enclosed by John Silvester and one acre to be enclosed out of the Downs or waste of Inner Goonvrea, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: one guinea
Rent: 8s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Clause: 2. to build a dwelling house on the property within three years and to hedge and enclose the one acre aforesaid
Suit of court and mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP277  24 October 1705

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and their daughter Sidwell
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan [Perranzabuloe], esq.
2. Phillip Hoskin of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with six fields (6 acres), and a field (2 acres) lately in the possession of John Tonkin, within Princescoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: 1 guinea
Rent: 40s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP278  14 November 1705

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son Robert Phillips and Mary the wife of Robert
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan [Perranzabuloe], esq.
2. James Phillips of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with six acres in Inner Goonevrey alias New Downes, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Outer Goonevrea
Consideration: five guineas
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court and mills

[no title]  GP279  25 March 1706

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2, his wife Willmott and their son Richard
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Stephen George of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house, a plot of ground adjoining and a garden plot to be taken and enclosed by 2 out of the commons of Trevaunance Ball to the north of the way leading from Trevaunance to Bicken [Beacon] Hill, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the barton and manor of Trevaunance
Consideration: £6 and one guinea of gold
Rent: 2s 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP280  21 September 1706

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their son Jonas
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Jonas Mathews of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Messuage, part of the commons of the barton and manor of Trevaunance, now held by 2.
Consideration: £3 10s
Rent: 6s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP281  21 September 1706

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Sarah and their son John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. John May the younger of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house and a plot of ground adjoining, part of the commons of the barton and manor of Trevaunance, now held by 2.
Consideration: £9 and a guinea of gold
Rent: 2s 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP282  25 December 1706

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s wife Honor and their daughters Honor and Elizabeth
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Thomas Paynter of St. Agnes, carpenter
One eighth of Penwennack alias Perwennack, parcel of the barton and manor of Penwennack
Consideration: £51
Rent: 5s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Penwennack

[no title]  GP283  10 February 1706/7

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: Mary, wife of Martyn Nancarrowe of St. Agnes, tinner and her son John
1. John Nance of Trengoffe, esq.
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
¼ of Penwenack alias Prewenack, with rights to pasture on the commons of the same
Consideration: £50 and two broad pieces of gold
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Penwinnick and Menagissey

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP284  6 January 1707/8

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or 3 lives: 2., John Tamblen, son of 1., Sarah Vincent, daughter of 1.
1. John Tamblen of St. Agnes, tin blower
2. Richard Nettell of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, a dwelling house lately erected by 2., a garden and three acres in a tenement called Princescoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 30s per annum
Recites deed of 10 December 1696, Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes] to 1., the same property then bounded to the north west by Richard Pearce's croft, on the south west by Gonowne with Perwennack Lane and the commons that lead to Gover; east and north east by several enclosures made by Thomas Davy, John Michell and others. The three lives then being John, Symon and Sarah sons and daughter of 1.

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP285  2 February 1707/8

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or 3 lives: 2., his wife Sara and their son John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan [Perranzabaloe], esq.
2. Charles Batt of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house, gardens and 2 acres now held by 2. in Goonevrey, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Outer Goonevrey
Rent: 4s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP286  24 April 1708

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., and her sons Thomas and John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Joane Nicholls of St. Agnes, widow
Dwelling house formerly called the engine shop and a plot of ground adjoining to the punion end of Stephen George's dwelling house, part of the commons of the barton and manor of Trevaunance, now held by 2., with liberty to cut turf for one day each year on the commons of Outer Goonvrea
Consideration: £5 and one guinea
Rent: 2s 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP287  9 September 1708

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Francis Hocking's son and daughters, Francis, Mary and Gertrude
1. Thomas Tonkyn of Lambriggan, esq.
2. John Lanyon of St. Agnes, gent.
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with a brewhouse, furnace, malthouse and stable, called New House and Malt House, Breanick and St. Agnes Church Town
Consideration: £45
Rent: 12s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP288  3 February 1708/9

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and their son Michael
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Henry Tonkin of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house and part of that curtilage now held by Joseph Cater, and two fields now held by Robert Resogan, clerk, a field called Square Croft now held by Phillip Hosken, a field adjoining called Dry Close, and a plot of ground adjoining the Dryhouse, all part of Penwennack, with liberty to search and dig for tin
Consideration: £60 and two broad pieces of gold worth 25s each
Rent: 5s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Penwinnick

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP289  4 March 1709/10

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., her son Richard, and Mary, wife of Richard Tresise
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan [Perranzabaloe], esq.
2. Jane Jenkyn of St. Agnes, widow
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with three acres in a tenement called Princescoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) formerly held by Richard Pearse, now by 2.
Consideration: £31 6s
Rent: 10s per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP290  10 June 1710

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Catherine, and their son Ananias
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Zephany Job of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house, garden and two acres in Goonevrea, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of the same
Consideration: £7 and a broad piece of gold worth 26s
Rent: 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court and mills

[no title]  GP291  15 June 1710

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Frances and their son John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Simon Paull the younger of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house lately built by 2., with a garden, a close of land called the meadow, a croft (1½ acres), a plot of ground (½ acre) to be enclosed out of Wheal an Gwins Green, formerly held by Simon Paull the elder, but now held by 2., part of the commons of the barton and manor of Trevaunance
Consideration: £4 6s
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP292  11 August 1710

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., her sons Simon and John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Mary Paull of St. Agnes, widow
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with five closes and a plot of waste ground (3 acres) to be enclosed by 2., part of the commons of the barton and manor of Trevaunance, formerly held by 2, with liberty to cut turf for one day every year on the commons adjoining Pell Adit
Consideration: one broad piece of gold worth 26s and £3 to be paid before 20 October 1710 and £3 before 16 April 1711
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP293  24 November 1710

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son Edward, and his daughter Elizabeth
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. John James of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house and garden with two meadows containing two acres now held by 2., in Goonevrea, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath on the commons of Outer Goonvrea
Consideration: £8
Rent: 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of mills

[no title]  GP294  29 January 1710/1

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 7 years
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Simon Tregea of St. Agnes, gent, William and Nicholas Paull of St. Agnes, tinners, and Joseph Hocking of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Quay called Trevaunance Key with duties and other appurtenances
Rent: £150 per annum
Covenant: 1. to build a crane for landing of goods

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP295  26 April 1712

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Sara, and Dionisia Tippett, daughter of James Tippett of St. Columb Minor, mariner
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. George Williams of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house formerly called the Barne with a garden adjoining called the Pump Garden and twenty foot of ground, one field (1 acre) called Pump Close, one field (1 acre) called the Three Corner Close with use of the water pump and appurtenances in Princescoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: £4
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of court and mills

[no title]  GP296  25 March 1713

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., his wife Sidwell and their son Richard
1. Peter Gowen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
2. Simon Tregea of St. Agnes, gent.
3. Shadrach Vincent of Bratton Clovelly, Devon, clerk
4. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
1-2 to 3 to the use of 4
Dwelling house, with 6 acres called Turnavore fields, part of Chynalls tenement, parcel of the Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile, more properly called Higher Barne Close, the Great Clyes, the Little Clyes and Dalga, now held by Thomas Tonkin. Also fields called Lambs Parke and Lambs Close adjoining Parkbroas
Consideration: £10 by 4 to 2, for next 6½ years £12 10s per annum by 4 to 2 and for next 3 years £20 per annum by 4 to 1
Covenant: when consideration is paid 3. shall surrender the property to 4.
With bond

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP297  11 June 1713

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son Annamias, and Joseph Cater
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Zephany Job of St. Agnes, tinner
Messuage, dwelling house and garden where Alexander Stephens formerly lived, a toft or Old Walls there, one acre called Longcoates Meadow, two acres adjoining the Powder Howse, one acre and a half, two acres to be enclosed by 2. adjoining the close now held by Richard Cater and John Rowe, and quarter of an acre adjoining Longcoates Meadow as marked out by John Tregellas, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Rent: 5s per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court and mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP298  15 April 1714

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Magdelen, and their daughter Mary
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Thomas Robarts of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house where 2. lives, moiety of the mowhay, moiety of the garden as divided by 2. and Sampson Tayler, a field of one acre to the north of a field belonging to Sampson Tayler, and a field of two and a half acres adjoining the way leading from Chuy Willi Wahy Barrow to the said dwelling house with the use of the water pump there, in Princescoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with rights to pasture, turf, furze and heath
Consideration: £6
Rent: 17s
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court and mills

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP299  16 April 1714

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Grace, and their son Sampson
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. Sampson Tayler of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house now occupied by 2. with the moiety of the Mowhay adjoining and the moiety of the garden as divided between 2. and Thomas Robarts, two fields of three acres to the north west of a field held by George Williams, and a field of one and a half acres to the north of the house of George Williams with the use of the water pump there, all in a tenement called Princescoll alias Buscoll, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Consideration: £6
Rent: 16s 6d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court and mills

[no title]  GP300  28 March 1715

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: 1.
1. Henry Hawkins of St. Austell, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
3. Samuel Kempe of Carclew, esq. and Thomas Worth the younger of the borough of Penryn, merchant
1. with the consent of 2. to 3.
Grist mills called Trevaunance mills, part of the barton and manor of Trevaunance, now held by 2., being part of the lands mentioned in the Chancery Court order
Consideration: £200
Rent: £1 1s 6d per annum

[no title]  GP301  10 November 1716

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., his wife Elizabeth and their son Bennett
1. John Avery of St. Agnes, tinner
2. Nicholas Donnithorne of St. Agnes, tin blower
3. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
1. to 2. to hold in trust for 3.
Dwelling house built by 1. in 1685 with gardens, formerly held by 1. and Cyprian Rogers, part of Trevawnance in Trevawnance Comb, with liberty to cut turf for one day each year on the commons of Trevawnance Ball
Rent: £3 per annum

[no title]  GP302  26 June 1725

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., his wife Elizabeth and their son Richard
1. Francis Goyen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
2. John Nicholls of Crantock, yeoman
Messuage formerly occupied by William Boundy, blacksmith, a field called Whealan Nuken Croft and a field called Whealan Bollan Croft, lately enclosed out of Trevaunance Ball by Richard Goyen, part of the waste lands of the barton and manor of Trevaunance
Consideration: marriage already solemnized between 1 and Elizabeth, daughter of John James of Newlyn, yeoman and for her maintenance after the death of 1.

[no title]  GP303  15 March 1741/2

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother Isaac Donnithorne of Hereford, clerk, and their sister Elizabeth Donnithorne, spinster
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. James Donnithorne of St. Agnes, gent.
One stamping mill called Nickles' Stamps next adjoining Gideon Whittas house and a plot of ground bounded to the north by a carriage way leading towards the cliff, to the north and east by the lands of William Tregea, gent. and the main river, and to the south by the ground belonging to Nicholas Hocken's stamps, all in Trevaunance Combe, part of the tenement of Trevaunas
Consideration: £10 10s
Rent: 10s per annum

[no title]  GP304  15 March 1741/2

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 2. and his brother Isaac Donnithorne
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. James Donnithorne of St. Agnes, gent.
¼ of Penwennack alias Perwennack, parcel of the barton and manor of Penwennack
Consideration: £24
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
Suit of court: manor of Penwennack

[no title]  GP305  15 March 1741/2

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother, Isaack Donnithorne of Hereford, clerk, and their sister Elizabeth Donnithorne, spinster
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. James Donnithorne of St. Agnes, gent.
Messuages in Breannecke alias Breanacke and St. Agnes Church Town, lately held by Peter Gowen of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Consideration: £40
Rent: 20s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 50s
Suit of court: manor of Perrawenneck

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP306  1 May 1742

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother Isaac Donnithorne, clerk, and their sister Elizabeth Donnithorne, spinster
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance [St. Agnes], esq.
2. James Donnithorne of St. Agnes, gent.
Stamping mills at Porth Chapel Coombe with appurtenances, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile) with the liberty to erect any new stamping mill/s or dig new watercourses
Consideration: £157 10s
Rent: 50s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  GP307  2 November 1742

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 2. and Luce Tonkin, spinster, daughter of 1.
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq., eldest son of Thomas Tonkin, late of Trevaunance, esq., deceased
2. Elizabeth Donnithorne of St. Agnes, spinster
Messuage in St. Agnes Church Town, now held by Philip Dinham, gent.
Consideration: £5 5s
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance
To commence at the death of John Resugan of Feock, gent.

[no title]  GP308  24 June 1748

Contents:
Lease for five and a quarter years
1. John Enys of Enys, esq.
2. Johanna Tonken and Mary Tonken of Feock, spinsters
3. Benjamin Nankevell, Thomas Hodge and William Hodge of Perranzabuloe, yeomen, and William Kent, Nicholas Kent, William Kent junior and James Kent of St. Agnes, tinners
1-2 to 3
Water and watercourses in Trevellas Coomb and issuing out of Trevellas Meadows Adit called Cross Coomb Water, with the exception of water required for driving any engines acquired for the use of Nampatha Mine
Rent: £2 2s per annum to 1. and 2.

[no title]  GP309  14 March 1749/50

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (57), and his sons Thomas (23) and William (20)
1. Thomas Heyes of Trevaunance, esq. and his wife Lucy, only daughter and heir of James Tonkin, late of Trevaunance, esq., deceased
2. John Nicholas of St. Agnes, tinner
Dwelling house, garden and nine enclosures (10 acres) in the barton of Trevaunance, formerly held by John Hockin, deceased, and now held by 2.
Consideration: £30
Rent: 15s 6d per annum
Heriot: 15s 6d
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP310  25 March 1754

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 7 years
1. John Enys of Enys [St. Mewan], esq.
2. Mary Tonken of Feock, spinster
3. Benjamin Nankevill of St. Agnes, gent. and his partners
1-2 to 3
All that water running in Trevallas Coombe [St. Agnes] and water issuing out of Trevallas Meadows Adit called Cross Combe Water and running through the lands of 1. and 2., St. Agnes, for the use of Nampatha Mine
Rent: £4 4s per annum

[no title]  GP311  29 September 1760

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Thomas Heyes of Truro, esq.
2. Henry Letcher of St. Agnes, blacksmith
Dwelling house where Henry Indean now lives, with three garden plots, bounded to the south and east by Oliver Dale's two fields (Wheal Trevanance Meadows), to the north by the road leading from Trevanance to Wheal Chevounder smith shop and by Samuel Daniel's dwelling house and gardens, and to the west by Lower Wheal Dreath, parcel of the lands of Trevanance
Rent: 20s per annum

[no title]  GP312  1761-1778

Contents:
Schedule of leases relating to Penwinnick

[no title]  GP313/1-3  25 March 1766

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 31 years
1. Mary Foss of Mitchell, spinster
2. Thomas Daniell of Truro, gent.
Moiety of land where one blowing house, four stamping mills, one burning house, one tinhouse and one dry house once stood (now in ruins), Trevellas Vale or Coombe and the watercourses which were used by the said blowing house and stamping mills, with liberty to build any mill and use the said watercourses
All toll tin, copper and copper ore reserved to the lord of the manor of Tywarnhaile
Rent: £30 per annum
With draft and copy

[no title or date]  GP314

Contents:
Schedule of leases granted out of the manor of Trevaunance, 1778-1788, schedule 1788?

[no title]  GP315  28 October 1783

Contents:
Lease for 99 years
1. John Jago of Falmouth, gent.
2. George Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
One third of a plot of ground bounded to the east by Gonlaze, to the south to within two yards of the north end of the old grist mill house and from there to the south end of the northernmost Tin House and from there in a line to within 18 yards of the south end of the Quay House to join with the road near Whittas Croft Hedge, to the west in a parallel line with the eastern limits, and to the north from the Old Quay Point in a parallel line with the southern limits
Consideration: erecting and building a quay or pier for the safety of ships and vessels within 3 years
Rent: £1 13s 4d for the first two years and £8 for the remainder of the term

[no title]  GP316  10 December 1783

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (32) and his sons, James James the younger (4) and Henry Harris James (3)
1. Hugh Ley of Bath, gent.
2. John James of St. Agnes, gent.
One third of two fields (7 acres) with a barn and mowhay adjoining, part of Penwinnick, lately held by Isaac Donnithorne, clerk, deceased, and now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Goonearl
Rent: £3 14s 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP317  2 September 1784


Related information: See GP318

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: John Mathews (30), Mary Mathews (11) and Charles Garland the younger (9)
1. Hugh Ley of Bath, Somerset, gent.
2. John Jago of Falmouth, gent.
3. Henry Cornish of Falmouth, gent.
4. Charles Garland of St. Agnes, tinner
1-3 to 4
Old dwelling house now in decay with seven fields (4 acres) called Mains Tenement, part of the manor of Goenearl, St. Agnes, now held by 4., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: 4. to erect a dwelling house
Rent: 9s each to 1. to 3. per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP318  17 August 1789


Related information: See also GP775

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: lives as GP317
1. Charles Garland of St. Agnes, tinner
2. John Paul of St. Agnes, tinner
Property as GP317
Consideration: £5 5s
Rent: £1 7s per annum to Hugh Ley, John Jago and Henry Cornish

[no title]  GP319  29 September 1801


Related information: See GP320

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Samuel Harper (24), his wife Jenifer (27) and Elizabeth, daughter of Colon Goldsworthy (7)
1. Hugh Ley of Abingdon, Berkshire, surgeon, Joseph James and Matthew Eade of St. Agnes, miners and John Geach of Kenwyn, miner
2. Samuel Harper the younger of St. Agnes, miner
All that newly erected cottage in the manor of Goonearl, now held by 2., and two acres of ground to be enclosed by him out of the waste lands of the same manor with rights to turf and pasture on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP320  29 September 1805

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (34), his wife Elizabeth (26) and their son Richard (9)
1. Hugh Ley of Abingdon, Berkshire, surgeon, Joseph James and Francis Opie Eade, both of St. Agnes, victuallers and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Thomas Mitchell of St. Agnes, tinner, a poor and labouring man
Property as GP319
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP321  29 September 1812

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Richard Seymore (33), his wife Jenefer (32), their son James (8)
1. Hugh Ley of Trelill, Doctor of Physic, John James of St. Agnes, son of Joseph James late of the same parish, victualler, deceased, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Robert Seymore of St. Agnes, tinner, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (3 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. out of the common land of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP322  29 September 1812

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Juliana Moyle (20), Maria Moyle (16), Emma Moyle (14), all daughters of John Moyle of Kenwyn, gent.
1. Hugh Ley of Trelill, esq., Doctor of Physic, John James of St. Agnes, son of Joseph James late of the same, victualler, deceased, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq., and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Henry Trezise the elder of St. Agnes, miner, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed and bounded by Robert Craze out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP323  29 September 1812

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Richard Odgers (6), Benjamin Odgers (3), Mary Ann Odgers (1)
1. Hugh Ley of Trelill, esq., Doctor of Physic, John James of St. Agnes, son of Joseph James late of the same, victualler, deceased, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq., and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Richard Odgers of St. Agnes, miner
Tenement (1 acre), Blackwater, manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £55
Rent: 10s 6d per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP324/1-2  29 September 1814

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (52), and his sons Thomas Edward (23) and Joseph Edwards the younger (21)
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James, late of St. Agnes now of Helston, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Joseph Edwards of St. Agnes, miner
Two dwelling houses and two fields (2 acres), manor of Goonearl, St. Agnes, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £30
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP325  29 September 1814

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or three lives: John Craze (4), William Craze (2), Michael Nicholls the younger (25)
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James, late of St. Agnes now of Helston, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. John Craze of St. Agnes, miner
Five messuages or dwelling houses and sixteen inclosures (18 acres) in Blackwater, manor of Goonearl, St. Agnes, lately held by Captain Michael Nicholls, deceased and since by 1.
Rent: 10s per annum
Consideration: £100
Suit of court

[no title]  GP326/1-2  29 September 1816

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (about 30), his nephew William Holman (15), Elizabeth Knight (51), widow of George Knight of St. Agnes, tinner
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James, late of St. Agnes now of Helston, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. William Richards of St. Agnes, labourer
Messuage or dwelling house and five enclosures (2 acres), manor of Goonearl, St. Agnes, lately held by George Knight and now by 2. with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £30
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP327  29 September 1816

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: sons of 2. Mathew Symons the younger (9) and William Symons (4)
1. Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James of Helston, draper, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Mathew Symons of St. Agnes, innkeeper
Messuage and dwelling house with five enclosures (2 acres) called Brick Chimney Tenement, manor of Goonearl, now held by 2. with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £30
Rent: 3s 8d per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP328  29 September 1816

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (30), his wife Jane (27) and their daughter (1)
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James, late of St. Agnes now of Helston, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Peter Holman the younger of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Two acres of waste and uncultivated land lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any dwelling houses or buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP329/1-2  29 September 1817

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (25), his wife Sarah (22) and their son Henry (1)
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Francis Skinner of St. Agnes, miner
Messuage or dwelling house and two enclosures (½ acre) with two crofts (1½ acres) inclosed or about to be enclosed, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Samuel Harpur the elder, since deceased, and now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £15
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP330  29 September 1817

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (26), his sons James (3) and William (1)
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James of Helston, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. William Carbine of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Two acres of waste and uncultivated land lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with liberty to erect a dwelling house and other buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP331  29 September 1817

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: William Tresize of St. Agnes [37], William, son of 2 (19) and John, son of 2. [14]
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James of Helston, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Richard Edwards of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Four acres of waste and uncultivated land enclosed by William Trezise out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with liberty to erect a dwelling house and other buildings, and rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP332  29 September 1818

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (28), his sister Jane (18) and his son Henry (7)
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of St. Erme, esq., John James of St. Agnes, mercer, John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. George Williams of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Two acres of waste and uncultivated land lately enclosed by 2. out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with liberty to erect a dwelling house and other buildings, and rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP333  29 September 1820

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Henry Tresize (45), 2.'s son James (20) and 2.'s daughter Mary (22)
1. Hugh Ley of Haverford West. Pembrokeshire, esq., John Jago of Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Ann Bonds of St. Agnes, widow
Messauge or dwelling house with fields (2 acres), manor of Goonearl, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £20
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP334  29 September 1821

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s brother Charles Skinner (35), John Skinners's son Peter Trewartha (3) and Francis Skinner's son Francis (2)
1. Hugh Ley of Haverford West. Pembrokeshire, esq., John Jago of Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. John and Francis Skinner of St. Agnes, miners
Two messuages or dwelling houses and six fields (4 acres) with an enclosed croft (1 acre) in Skinner's Bottom, manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £26 10s
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP335  29 September 1822

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Sarah Stodden (53), Samuel Harris' daughter Sarah (14), John Harris' daughter Eliza
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. John and Samuel Harris of St. Agnes, miners
Two dwelling houses, eleven fields (3 acres), barn and stable, manor of Goonearl, lately held by Samuel Stodden, deceased and now by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £50
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP336  29 September 1822

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 2.'s son and daughter, James (6) and Ann (4)
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. Thomas Edwards of St. Agnes, miner
Three dwelling houses and five fields (2 acres), manor of Goonearl, being one moiety held by 2. and Peter Skewes with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £36
Rent: 12s 6d per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP337  29 September 1822

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: James Hooper (4), son of James Hooper and Thomas Lanyon (5), son of William Lanyon of St. Agnes, miner
1. John Jago of Kergillack, Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. Elizabeth Jenkin of St. Agnes, widow and James Hooper of the same, miner
Two thirds of Jenkin's Tenement (2 acres), manor of Goonearl, lately held by Thomas Jenkin, after by Nicholas Jenkin and now by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £31
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP338  29 September 1822

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., her son Abraham Symmons (29) and Richard Thomas (40)
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. Elizabeth Symmons of St. Agnes, widow, a poor and labouring person
Five acres of waste lately enclosed or intended so to be from the commons of the manor of Goonearl with liberty to erect a dwelling house and other buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 15s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP339/1-2  29 September 1823

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (33), and his sons William (5) and Joseph (3)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. James Pryor of St. Agnes, labourer
Several parcels of waste and uncultivated land in the manor of Goonearl (3 acres, 2 roods and 9 poles)
Rent: 10s 6d per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP340  29 September 1823

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons James (9) and John (5) and James Skinner (5), son of Charles Skinner
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Budock, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. George Paul of St. Agnes, miner
Two cottages and eight fields (5 acres) in Skinners Bottom, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by John Jorey, later by his widow Sarah Jorey and now by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £28
Rent: £10 7s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP341  29 September 1824

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Hickes (20), son of Humphry Hicks, Ann Wills the younger (20), daughter of Ann Wills and David Stevens the younger (7)
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, Civil Engineer
2. Humphry Hicks of St. Agnes, miner and Ann Wills of the same, widow, both poor and labouring persons
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP342  30 September 1824

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s wife Elizabeth Peters (40) and their sons Thomas (16) and John (6)
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, Civil Engineer
2. Thomas Peters of St. Agnes, miner
Cottage and six fields (2 acres), manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Edward Stephens, after by Francis Carbine, now by 2. and waste land (6 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. out of the commons of the same manor, with liberty to erect buildings on that land
Consideration: £30
Rent: £1 12 per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP343  30 September 1824

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (28), his wife Elizabeth (30) and John Moyle Powning (3)
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, Civil Engineer
2. John Moyle Powning of St. Agnes, poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any dwelling house or other buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP344  30 September 1824

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (23), his brother Joseph (19) and his sister Mary (18)
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, Civil Engineer
2. John Letcher of Gwennap, miner
Two dwelling houses with two plots of land (1½ acres) manor of Goonearl, lately held by Martha Tregurtha and now by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same
Consideration: £60
Rent: £1 11s 6d per annum
Suit of court
Endorsed: Killicoat's tenement

[no title]  GP345  30 September 1824


Related information: See GP384

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: James (5), son of Samuel and Elizabeth Moyle, John Moyle (3), son of John and Elizabeth Powning and Joseph (7), son of Joseph Polglase
1. Hugh Ley of Penzance, esq., Doctor of Physic, John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, Civil Engineer
2. Edward Tregonning of St. Agnes, miner
Waste and uncultivated land (½ acre) lately enclosed or intended so to be out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, near Blackwater, with liberty to erect any Meeting House or other buildings to be wholly used and employed for the purpose of religious worship by Methodists
Rent: 4s per annum

[no title]  GP346/1-2  29 September 1826

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (37), his wife Mary (37) and their son Edward (7)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Richard Jeffery of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (1 acre) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP347/1-2  29 September 1826

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2 (33), his wife Martha (33) and their daughter Martha (7)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. John Phillips of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (1 acre) lately enclosed by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP348  29 September 1826

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s wife Catherine (34), their son Thomas (15) and their daughter (11)
1. John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq., and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. Abraham Trewortha of Skinner's Bottom, St. Agnes, miner
Five messuages or dwelling houses and six enclosures (3½ acres) together with two gardens, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Thomas Richards, after by John Tregurtha, since by his widow Martha Tregurtha and lately by Francis Phillips, deceased with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP349  29 September 1826

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (31), his daughter Emma (7) and his son Joseph (5)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. John James of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Ten twelfths of waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 5s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP350  29 September 1827

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (29), his daughter Jane (1) and Elizabeth daughter of George Williams (8)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. James Goldsworthy of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP351/1-2  29 September 1827

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 2. (53), John Moyle Powning the younger (6), son of John Powning
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. Edward Tregoning of St. Agnes, miner
Two messuages or dwelling houses with two fields (½ acre), manor of Goonearl, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £20
Rent: 5s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP352  29 September 1827

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: John Harper (11), son of William Harper, miner, Martha Hall (10), daughter of John Hall, miner, Elizabeth Michell (5), daughter of Thomas Michel, miner
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. John Kernick of Scorrier, Gwennap, miner Waste and uncultivated land (½ acre) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, near Skinner's Bottom, with full liberty to erect any Meeting House or other building for the purpose of religious worship by Methodists, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 4s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP353  29 September 1827

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons, William (6), John (4) and Richard (1)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of St. Ives, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. William Edwards of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (1 acre) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP354  29 September 1827

Contents:
Copy of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (35), his wife Elizabeth (31) and their daughter Elizabeth (5)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of St. Ives, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams of Scorrier House, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. William Phillips of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP355  29 September 1830

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (50) and his sons John (21) and William (19)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Mathew Symons of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP356/1-2  29 September 1830

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son and daughters, John (15), Martha (20) and Mary (12)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Gill of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) enclosed from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP357/1-2  29 September 1830

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s wife Sukey (30), and their daughters Mary (7) and Sukey (4)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Harpur of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (3 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with full liberty to erect any buildings, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 9s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP358  29 September 1830

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 2. (28) and his daughter Margaret (4)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Walters of St. Agnes, miner
Tenement called Menagissey Combe formerly held by Thomas Garland and Charles Garland and lately held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Goonearl
Consideration: £45
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court
From after the decease of Charles Garland (53)

[no title]  GP359  29 September 1830

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (32), his daughter Emma (6) and his son Richard (5)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Moyle Powning of St. Agnes
Messuage or dwelling house and two closes of land (2 acres), Blackwater, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Bridget Snell, since by Peter Skewes and now by 2., together with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £30
Rent: 20s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP360  29 September 1831

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (29), his wife Maria (29) and their son William (7)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Richard Andrew of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) lately enclosed or intended so to be by 2. from out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP361/1-2  30 August 1836

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2 (31), his wife Mary (30) and their son Thomas (6)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Thomas Skinner of St. Agnes
Messuage or dwelling house with garden and meadow adjoining (2 acres and 1 rood), manor of Goonearl, lately held by John Skinner, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £20
Rent: £1 10s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP362  30 August 1836

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (28), James Jenkin (40), Richard Powning, son of John Moyle Powning (11)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Thomas Letcher of St. Agnes, miner
Red Lion Inn, manor of Goonearl, now held by 2., and that dwelling house with garden to the east of the said pub, lately held by John Renfree, together with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £60
Rent: 15s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP363  30 August 1836

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Samuel Harpur (59), Stephen Harpur (19) and Elizabeth Skinner (6)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Francis Skinner of St. Agnes, miner
All those messuages and dwelling houses and several enclosures (4 acres, 3 roods, 38 poles), now occupied by James Harpur and 2., and a messuage, dwelling house and two enclosures (1 acre 17 poles), manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £54 10s
Rent: £1 6s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP364  30 August 1836

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: Samuel Moyle the younger (13) and Jane Trewartha (16)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Doctor of Physic, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. William Harpur of St. Agnes, miner
All those messuages or dwelling houses and inclosures (3 acres, 2 roods, 26 poles), manor of Goonearl, now held by 2. and Abraham Trewartha, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £42
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of court
To begin on the death of Samuel Harpur

[no title]  GP365/1-2  29 August 1837

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Samuell Nicholls, son of William Nicholls (31), John Harpur (29) and John Nicholls, son of the said Samuell Nicholls (4)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Samuel Nicholls and John Harpur of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
One acre of waste and uncultivated land already marked out from the commons of the manor of Goonearl, and a plot of waste land on the same manor on which the ruins of a Baptist Meeting House now stand, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 12s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP366/1-2  29 August 1837

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (27), his sister Grace Paul (24) and his brother William Paul (16)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Paul the younger of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Two acres of waste and uncultivated land already marked and allotted out of the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the same commons
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP367  29 August 1837

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son John Skinner (9), 2.'s daughter Jane Skinner (4) and Joseph Kent the younger (5)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Francis Skinner of St. Agnes, miner
Several enclosures marked N3-7, 9, 13-15 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl (4 acres, 3 roods 5 poles), lately held by John Skinner and unenclosed land (½ acre) adjoining the Methodist Chapel, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £48
Rent: 16s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP368/1-2  29 September 1838

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: William Matthews (29), Elias Matthews (28) and Nicholas Matthews (17), son of Mary Ann Matthews, 2.'s sister
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Liskeard, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. William Matthews and Elias Matthews of St. Agnes, poor and labouring men
Waste land (2 acres) already marked out from the commons of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the same commons
Rent: 8s per annum
Suit of court
With counterpart

[no title]  GP369  24 June 1839

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (22), Joseph James (19) and 2.'s father John James (46)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Emma James of St. Agnes, spinster
Enclosures and dwelling houses which have been enclosed out of the waste land of the manor of Goonearl, marked P1-10, R1-4, S, T1 on the plan of the same manor, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same
Rent: £3 3s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP370/1-2  28 September 1839

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: 2.'s children John Walters (8) and Lydia Walters (6)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Walters of St. Agnes, miner
Two messuages or dwelling houses (8 acres 3 roods and 10 poles), marked Z1-9 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl, lately held by Catherine Paull and now by 2., and a messuage or dwelling house (2 roods 32 poles), marked G1-3 on the plan of the same manor, lately held by Thomas Faull and now by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £65
Rent: £2 5s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
With counterpart

[no title]  GP371  28 September 1839

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Robert Clemo (27), his wife Mary Ann Michell (25) and their daughter Jane (2)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Francis Skinner of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land and a dwelling house lately erected, manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP372  28 September 1839

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Jane Manley, daughter of William Manley (9), Edward Dabb, son of Melchisedick Dabb (7) and Rebecca Wills, daughter of Thomas Wills (11)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. David Stevens of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (6 laces), Skinner's Bottom, adjoining the old Baptist Chapel, manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP373  29 September 1841

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (30), and the sons of John Moyle Powning, Richard (15) and Tristram (13)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. James Craze of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) already marked out of the waste land of the manor of Goonearl, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 3s 4d per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP374  26 September 1842

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s children, Charles (8), Thomas Lanary (6) and Sarah (3)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Francis Skinner of St. Agnes, shopkeeper
Messuage (2¼ acres and 15 poles), marked Y1-9 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl, lately held by Philip Michell, deceased, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £60
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP375  29 September 1845

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (28), her brother Joseph James (25) and her father John James (52)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Emma Louisa James of St. Agnes, spinster
Fields at the western end of the manor of Goonearl, marked Z24-26 on the plan of the same manor, now held by John James
Rent: £1 4s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP376/1-2  29 September 1846

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (28), his sister Jane (23) and his brother James (17)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Henry Paull of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
Uncultivated land (1 acre 32 poles) with a dwelling house and small garden, marked K1,2 and 6 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl
Rent: 7s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
With counterpart

[no title]  GP377  29 September 1847

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: Richard Paul Letcher (13) and Matthew Moyle (17)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John James of St. Agnes, gent., John Williams the younger, Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. William Michell of Redruth, gent. and Geoge Chellew of Redruth, butcher, executors in trust to Andrew Uren, late of St. Agnes, deceased
Messuage or dwelling house and garden with several enclosures (2 acres 1 rood and 35 poles), marked F1-6 on the plan of the same manor, manor of Goonearl, lately demised by lease by Hugh Ley and Samuel Jago, since deceased, to Jonathan Roberts and formerly held by Jonathan Roberts, after by John Williams, then by Thomas Carne and lately by Andrew Uren, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £40
Rent: 20s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
To begin on the death of Thomas Phillips (51)

[no title]  GP378  24 June 1849

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s children John (16) and Martha (14) and 2.'s grandson James (3)
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel in the service of The Honourable East India Company, Edwin Ley of Bosakan, esq., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Gwennap, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. John Harpur of St. Agnes, miner
Messuages or dwelling houses and gardens with several inclosures (8 acres and 18 poles), marked L1-12 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Joseph James, then by Henry James and Francis Skinner, and now by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £70, rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP379  24 June 1852

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 4. (53), and his sons Samuel (28) and William (27)
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery in the Honourable East India Company and Henry Valentine Grantham of Sturton, Scawby, Lincolnshire, esq.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., John Morgan Ley, Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
4. George Gill of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
1-3 to 4
Messuage or dwelling house with a garden and two enclosures (1 acre and 6 poles), marked C8-9 on the plan of the manor and two fields, formerly one (1 acre 1 rood and 28 poles), marked 27 on the plan, manor of Goonearl, now held by 4., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 7s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP380  24 June 1852

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: lives not specified
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery in the Honourable East India Company and Henry Valentine Grantham of Sturton, Scawby, Lincolnshire, esq.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., John Morgan Ley, Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
4. James Goldsworthy of St. Agnes, miner
1-3 to 4
Messuage or dwelling house with garden and several enclosures (2 acres 1 rood and 30 poles), marked Z1-8 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Thomas Michell, deceased
Consideration: £25, rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP381  24 June 1852

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: daughters of John Treganowan, Mary Ann (33) and Eliza (29)
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery in the Honourable East India Company and Henry Valentine Grantham of Sturton, Scawby, Lincolnshire, esq.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., John Morgan Ley, Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
4. William Curties of St. Agnes, a poor and labouring man
1-3 to 4
Waste and uncultivated land (2 acres) marked out from the waste land of the manor of Goonearl, including the messuage and dwelling house (¼ acre and 20 poles), marked dd1-2 on the plan of the manor, lately held by John Treganowan, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP382  24 June 1852

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 4. (23) and the children of Henry Walters of Crowan, Henry (10) and Elizabeth Ann (11)
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery in the Honourable East India Company and Henry Valentine Grantham of Sturton, Scawby, Lincolnshire, esq.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., John Morgan Ley, Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., John Morgan Ley, Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
4. John Walters the younger of St. Agnes, miner
1-3 to 4
Messuage or dwelling house and garden, barn and mowhay with several inclosures (1 acre 1 rood and 39 poles), marked I1-6 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by Zacharius Johns, then by Edward Willoughby, and now by 4. and enclosures (1 acre 2 roods and 20 poles), marked F3-5 on the plan of the same manor, formerly held by James Paull, and now by 4., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons on the same manor
Consideration: £45
Rent: 10s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance

[no title]  GP383  6 December 1852

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 99 years or two lives: Thomas Letcher (16) and Joseph Letcher (7), sons of James Letcher
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel of Artillery in the Honourable East India Company and Henry Valentine Grantham of Sturton, Scawby, Lincolnshire, esq.
2. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
3. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., John Morgan Ley, Joseph James of St. Agnes, gent., Michael Williams and William Williams of Scorrier House, esqs. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
4. John Letcher of St. Agnes, yeoman
1-3 to 4
Enclosure (2 acres 2 roods and 5 poles), marked J1-5 on the plan of the manor, manor of Goonearl, formerly held by John Roberts, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the same manor
Consideration: £14
Rent: 6s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
To begin on the death of Philip Roberts (56)

[no title]  GP384  15 May 1863

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1. John Trivian of St. Agnes, miner
2. James Blackney, grocer, William Oates, miner, Joseph Thomas, farmer, James Crase, mine agent, John Allen, blacksmith, John Symons, carpenter, Edward Tregoning, carpenter, William Skinfill, carpenter, William Oates, miner, Josiah Oates, miner, Thomas Jenkin, miner, Philip Holman, miner, William Brabin, miner, Samuel Terrell, miner and Francis Stephens, all of Blackwater, St. Agnes
Property as GP345
Consideration: 10s
Endorsed: A197 Registered by the Wesleyan Chapel Committee this 22 January 1884, Henry J. Pope, secretary

[no title]  GP385  20 October 1881

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or lives: John Harpur's daughter, Martha and his grandson James Stephens for two closes; John Harpur's wife Sukey alias Susan and their daughters Mary and Sukey for the rest
1. James Blackney of St. Agnes, gent., executor of John Harper
2. John Walters of Ivy Chimney, St. Agnes, farmer
Four-roomed house, gardens and four closes, Skinners Bottom, manor of Goonearl
Consideration: £72
Rent: 6s per annum

[no title]  GP386  8 August 1890

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 30 years
1. James Jago of Truro, Doctor of Medicine
2. David Wise Bain of Portreath, esq. and John Hitchins of St. Agnes, esq., trustees of the will of Joseph Newton of St. Agnes, gent.
3. Sarah Anne Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster and Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
4. The said John Hitchins
5. Charles Twite of St. Agnes, gent.
6. Anna Twite, wife of 5.
7. Julian Jane Warrender of Alverton, Truro, spinster, Katherine O'Brien Fitzroy of Alverton, spinster and Maria Ling of Alverton, spinster
1-5 with the consent of 6 to 7
Trevaunance House
Rent: £15 per annum
Endorsed: Manor of Trevaunance No. 24

Camborne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP387/1-2  7 July 1854

Contents:
Lease for 7 years
1. Frances, Baroness Bassett of Tehidy
2. Emanuel Beazley of Reskajeage, Camborne, farmer
Tenements called Reskajeage, Hellowe and Tolgarrack (lately held by Thomas Rout)
Rent: £155 per annum
With memorandum of a case relating to this lease

[no title]  GP388/1-2  29 September 1857

Contents:
Counterpart lease for 21 years
1. Thomas Matthews of Camborne, innkeeper
2. William Thomas Crouch of Taunton, Somerset, innkeeper "Commercial Hotel"
Rent: £125 per annum
With notice to repair the hotel, 26 January 1860

Cubert  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP389  26 September 1661

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Frances, daughter of Thomas Horrabrooke of Mylor and Richard Keast the younger, son of Richard Keast of St. Allen
1. Thomas Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent. and Hugh Bawden of Kea, gent.
2. John Poole of Cubert, butcher
¼ of the down and fields of Trenasacke, now held by 2.
Consideration: £25
Rent: 40s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 50s

[no title]  GP390  17 May 1676

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: 2.'s son Humfry Lawrence, and Richard, son of John Davies of Cubert, gent.
1. George Gary of Clovelly, Devon, esq.
2. Johan Lawrence of Cubert, widow
One third of two messuages and tenements in Trenethack alias Treneseck, now held by 2., before the lands of the inheritance of Peter Jenkyn, late of Trekinnyn, esq, deceased
Consideration: £47 10s
Rent: 10s per annum
Heriot: 30s

[no title]  GP391/1-3  9 January 1711/12

Contents:
Lease and counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., and his son and daughter Thomas and Ann
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Nicholas Richards of Cubert, yeoman
One third of premises in Trenizack, lately held by Joan Lawrence, widow, deceased
Consideration: £120 and one broad piece of gold worth 25s
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
With copy which is endorsed: The premises within mentioned is now in the possession of Mr. Thomas Bradford...

St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP392  6 July 1778

Contents:
Draft lease of 11 June 1778 for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons Gideon (22), Josiah (15) and Stephen (13)
1. Miss Mary Foss of the borough of Mitchell
2. John Tyack of Kenwyn
Penglaze (45 acres)
Rent: £30 per annum
1. to allow 2. £6 6s towards building a barn

Falmouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP393  25 December 1828


Related information: See GP394

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (63), his son Worn Ivey Hocking (22) and his daughter Eliza (14)
1. Right Honourable John Lord Wodehouse, Baron Wodehouse of Kimberley, Norfolk and the Honourable John Wodehouse, the eldest son of the saod John Wodehouse and Sophia, Lady Wodehouse, deceased
2. William Hocking of Falmouth, baker
Parcel on the south east side of Killigrew Street (11 and three quarters poles)
Consideration: building a dwelling house
Rent: £1 7s 9d per annum
Heriot: £1 7s 9d
Suit of court: manor of Arwenack alias Roskrow
With plan

[no title]  GP394  17 June 1837

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives
1. William Hocking of Budock, yeoman
2. Richard Hocking of Truro, cordwainer
Property as GP393
Consideration: £148

Gorran  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP395  22 April 1728

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 21 years
1. Dorothy Cruwys of St. Margaret's, Westminster, Middlesex, spinster
2. Thomas Sampson of Mevagissey, merchant
Glebe lands of the rectory or parsonage of St. Goran alias Coran, lately held by Anthony Wills, esq. or Jenophet Wills of St. Goran
Consideration: £95
Rent: 10s per annum
Recites lease of 30 September 1724, Bishop of Exeter to 1.
Endorsed: For the Glebe Lands of Goran which are commonly called Polgorran

Gwennap  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP396  18 October 1831

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or four lives: John Williams the younger (53), his sister Elizabeth Moore (44), William Williams (40) and Elizabeth Adams (31), wife of Edmund Adams of Kenwyn, mason
1. John Williams the younger of Burncoose [Gwennap], esq., William Williams of Trevince [Gwennap], esq. and William Williams of Tregullow [Gwennap], esq.
2. John Adams of Gwennap, mason
Seven houses, five gardens and a small meadow, formerly held by John Ford, all lately enclosed out of Scorrier Common and bounded to the north by the Tram Road, to the west by John Ford's premises, to the east by Richard Nicholls' premises and to the south by the Turnpike Road leading from Truro to Redruth
Rent: 2s 6d per annum

[no title]  GP397  18 April 1848

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son and daughter, Joseph Jennings of Wales, assayer (45) and Mary Jennings (39) and Nicholas Jennings (18), son of Joseph Jennings
1. Right Honourable Charles Rodolph, Lord Clinton, of Heanton Satchville, Devon
2. Nicholas Jennings of Gwennap, yeoman
Dwelling houses and six small plots of land, Pennanee (4¼ acres), now held by 2.
Rent: £8 per annum
Suit of court: manor of Treruffe

[no title]  GP398  29 April 1864

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Odgers (12), son of Thomas Odgers of Stithians, farmer, Jane Phillips (10), daughter of Hugh Phillips of Stithians, farmer and Michael Henry Holman (4), son of James Holman of Stithians, farmer
1. John Samuel Enys of Enys, esq.
2. Rev. Andrew Rennard of St. Gluvias, Wesleyan Minister
Waste ground by the side of the road leading from Burncoose to Stithians, Gillyvean Estate
Rent: 1s per annum
Heriot: 5s
Covenant: within two years to build a Wesleyan Chapel
With plan

Illogan  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP399  6 December 1843

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: children of Phillip Richards, deceased, William (56) and Ann (51), and William Loscom Richards (17)
1. Right Honourable Frances, Lady Bassett of Tehidy Park
2. William Richards of Redruth and William Harris of Illogan, gent., in trust for the children of John Richards, deceased
Cottage with several fields, Carnkie, on the south side of the road leading from Carnkie to Selligan, Redruth, formerly held by Andrew Paul, deceased and now held by 2.
Consideration: £60
Rent: 10s per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Tehidy

Mabe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP400  29 April 1769

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Caleb Knowles the elder (68), Caleb Knowles the younger (23) and Thomas Knowles (14)
1. Elizabeth Clies of Penryn, widow
2. Caleb Knowles the elder of Mabe, husbandman and Caleb Knowles the younger of the same, husbandman
Property as GP45
Rent: £41 5s

[no title]  GP401  5 October 1784

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1.'s mother Elizabeth Clies, 2. (38) and 2.'s brother Thomas Knowles (29)
1. Margaret Clies of Penryn, spinster, the only surviving child and heir of William Clies, late of Flushing, Mylor, husbandman
2. Caleb Knowles of Mabe, husbandman
Property as GP45
Rent: £41 5s

[no title]  GP402  8 August 1785

Contents:
Deed of appointment
1. Elizabeth Clies of Penryn, widow
2. Margaret Clies of the same, daughter of 1.
Property as GP45

[no title]  GP403/1  1 August 1853

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. James Bennetto Moorman of Falmouth, gent.
2. John Dunstan of Mabe, farmer
Two cottages with garden plots and backlets now held by 2. and Thomas Kestle. Also Indian Meadow and land to the east of those premises, formerly part of Antron Moor and lately occupied by James Spargo
Rent: £9 per annum
Covenants

[no title]  GP403/2  17 May 1855

Contents:
Agreement by James Bennetto Moorman of Falmouth, gent. for John Best of St. Dennis, clay merchant to search for and work ore, minerals and clay for six months on that part of Antron Moor now occupied by John Dunstan

[no title]  GP404/1-2  24 September 1867

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Emma Catherine Williams of Budock, spinster
2. John Dunstan of Mabe, farmer
Two cottages with garden plots and backlets now held by 2. and George Spargo. Also Indian Meadow and land to the east of those premises, formerly part of Antron Moor and lately occupied by James Spargo
Rent: £9 per annum
With copy

[no title]  GP405  4 November 1882

Contents:
Lease for three years
1. Samuel Theophilus Genn Downing of York House, Penzance, Barrister-in-Law
2. Nicholas Winn of Antron, Mabe
Antron Cottage with garden and two field adjoining called the Lower Tin Pit Field and the Higher Tin Pit Field
Rent: £30 per annum

[no title]  GP406  11 November 1882

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Samuel Theophilus Genn Downing of York House, Penzance, Barrister-in-Law
2. James Bennett of Antron, Mabe, farmer
Premises in Antron, now held 2., with a path between the dwelling houses on the farm and the main road through the two fields now let with Antron Cottage
Rent: £140 per annum

Paul  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP407  29 November 1723

Contents:
1. James Keigwin of Mousehole, esq.
2. Richard Gendall of Paul, yeoman
Lease for 99 years or three lives: John Write and Martin Write, sons of John Write and Prudence Jenkin, daughter of Richard Jenkin
Dwelling house and garden, Mousehole, now held by Bernard Buckett of Paul, with a plot of land
Consideration: 10 guineas of gold and one broad piece of gold worth 23s
Rent: 2s 6d, one capon or 6d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 10s 6d
Suit of court: manor of Alwarton [Alverton]
To begin after the deaths of Bernard Buckett and his wife Joan

[no title]  GP408  29 October 1750

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Mary (33), daughter of Mathew Rave of Sancreed, Stephen (16), son of Thomas Bodinar of Paul, and James Bodinar, son of Grace Bodinar of Paul, widow
1. George Veale of Penzance, gent.
2. Richard Marack of Paul, yeoman
Higher messuage or dwelling house in the town place or village of Ragennis, formerly held by Nicholas Mann, with liberty to build and enlarge the same behind the western end of the barn lately held by James Harvey, with the higher parts of the plot adjoining, ½ of the mowhay and old walls in the middle of the town place, fields called Dore Wadlow, Pak an Lower and the garden adjoining, Park an Growse and Pitpry, two little plots joining to the higher lane, a long plot within the croft joining the said higher lane with the moor or waste ground under the same, except six laces in the south corner, to be hedged out, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ragennis, all heretofore the lands of James Keigwin, esq., lately purchased by 1.
Consideration: £283 6s 8d
Rent: £1 6s 8d per annum
Heriot: £5
Suit of court
Endorsed: 21st Janry 1769 This lease surrendred by Tobias Edmonds...

[no title]  GP409  25 March 1765

Contents:
Lease for 7 years or one life: 2.
1. Margaret Taylor of Penzance, widow
2. John Hoskin of St. Buryan, butcher
Property in Burwinny alias Paul Church Town, formerly held by Mary Scaddan, then by John Harry and now by Margaret Taylor, and the said Margaret Taylor purchased the property from Martin Gwennap of Penzance, house painter
Rent: £5 5s per annum

[no title]  GP410  29 September 1766


Related information: See GP73

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (32), his wife Ursula (31) and their son Philip (7)
1. George Veale of Penzance, gent.
2. James Charles of Madron, miller
All that moiety of one water grist mill, Mousehole, commonly called Griest Mill, the other moiety is the inheritance of John Beard of Penzance, merchant; and a moiety of a Toft or old pair of walls, formerly a water grist mill and since a tin stamping mill called Malt Mill or the Higher Mill
Rent: £1 1s per annum
Heriot: £1 1s
Covenant: 2. to build a grist mill and dwelling house within one year
Suit of court of manor of Alverton Penzance and Mousehole

[no title]  GP411  19 June 1767


Related information: See GP73

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 1. (33), his wife Ursula (32) and their son Philip (8)
1. John Beard of Penzance, merchant
2. James Charles of Madron, miller
Moiety of an old grist mill, Mousehole, formerly held by John Carnpezzack
Consideration: £1 1s
Rent: 5s per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court of the manor of Regennis

[no title]  GP412  26 December 1777

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Cuthbert Baines of Penzance, esq., Richard Hichens of Trengwainton, esq. and Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow
2. Henry Nicholls of Paul, yeoman
Two tenements with a dwelling house, barn, stable and mowhay near Church Town (8 acres), formerly held by Henry Nicholls and Anthony Phillips, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Brewinny
Rent: £16 5s per annum

[no title]  GP413  1 January 1785

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. as Cuthbert Baines of Penzance, esq. and his wife Lydia, Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq. and Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow
2. Ralph Russell Kevan of Paul, yeoman
Trevelloe, lately held by Joseph Badcock, and now held by 2.
Rent: £26 per annum
Suit of court: manor of Alverton Penzance and Mousehole

[no title]  GP414/1-2  9 March 1786

Copies information: With copy


Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 21 years
1. Cuthbert Baines of Penzance, esq. and his wife Lydia, Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq. and Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow
2. Robert Matthews of Paul, yeoman
Ragennis, lately held by William Kneebone
Rent: £36 per annum
Suit of court: manor of Alwarton [Alverton] Penzance and Mousehole

[no title]  GP415  24 October 1794

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 21 years
1. Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow, Cuthbert Baines of Godolphin, esq. and his wife Lydia, and Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. Hugh Foss of Sancreed, blacksmith
Messuage in Church Town, lately held by Richard Phillips and Elizabeth Barnes, widow
Rent: £5 5s per annum

[no title]  GP416  11 November 1795

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 14 years
1. Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow, Cuthbert Baines of Godolphin, esq. and his wife Lydia, and Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. John Glasson the younger of Paul, yeoman
Trevelloe, lately held by Matthew Williams, deceased and John Glasson, father of 2., and now held by 2.
The property has belonged to 1. since the death of Catherine Williams, daughter of the said Matthew Williams, deceased and the wife of Matthew Williams of Paul, mariner
Rent: £38 per annum
Suit of court: manor of Alwarton [Alverton] Penzance and Mousehole

[no title]  GP417  30 November 1798

Contents:
Lease for 7 years
1. Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow, Cuthbert Baines of Godolphin, esq. and his wife Lydia, and Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. John Wright of Mousehole, Paul, victualler
Fields called the Vineyard and the Meadow by the Cliff Side and Withey Garden, now an orchard, with appurtenances, lately held by George William Badcock, deceased
Rent: £7 15s per annum
Suit of court: manor of Alwarton [Alverton] Penzance and Mousehole

[no title]  GP418  25 July 1799

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. John Glasson of Paul, yeoman
2. Nicholas Rodda of Paul, yeoman
Property as GP73
Consideration: £65

[no title]  GP419  30 December 1799

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 14 years
1. Anne Jenkins of Penzance, widow, Cuthbert Baines of Godolphin, esq. and his wife Lydia, and Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. George Ball of Madron, yeoman
Two tenements near Church Town (8 acres), lately held by Henry Nicholls, Anthony Phillips and Henry Nicholls, and now held by John Keasle, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Brewinny, and a moiety of Oone Vere and half of the moor thereto belonging (12 acres), lately held by John Harvey, deceased, after by Joan Hutchens, widow, since by Penelope Bodinnar, widow, and lately by Richard Williams Oone Vere
Rent: £27 per annum
Suit of court: manor of Alwarton [Alverton] Penzance and Mousehole

[no title]  GP420  1 March 1802

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Nicholas Rodda of Paul, yeoman
2. Henry Sampson of the same, miller
Property as GP73
Consideration: £64

[no title]  GP421  29 September 1808

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Henry Sampson, late of Paul but now of St. Just in Penwith, miller
2. John Victor of Paul, yeoman
Property as GP73
Consideration: £31

[no title]  GP422  6 May 1812

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. John Victor of Paul, gent.
2. Isaac Pearce of the same, yeoman
Property as GP73
Consideration: £50

[no title]  GP423  21 January 1824

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. Isaac Pearce of Paul, yeoman
2. Abraham Pearce of the same, yeoman
Property as GP73
Consideration: £16

[no title]  GP424  31 August 1832

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1. Warwick Obyn Gurney of Paul, clerk
2. James Halse of St. Ives, esq.
Meadow in or near Church-town, Paul, bounded to the north by the burial grounds of Paul, to the south by the high road and to the east and west by the lands of 2.
Consideration: £1 10s annuity for the life of William Nicholls, aged 70

[no title]  GP425  20 January 1836

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years
1. James Halse of St. Ives, esq., MP
2. William Marrack of Penzance, gent.
Small meadow called "Rose Meadow", Newlyn Hill, Paul, now held by Edward James and Thomas Cattran, tenants to 1., bounded to the east and south by an orchard, property of 2., and a meadow, the property of 2. and occupied by Edward James and Thomas Cattran and to the west and north by other meadows, the property of 2. and Thomas Leah
Consideration: Exchange for a meadow now occupied by Edward James and Thomas Cattran with a moiety being the southern moiety or side of the northern hedge of the said meadow

[no title]  GP426/1-2  1-2 March 1839

Contents:
Assignment of leases (by lease and release)
1. Reverend Warwick Oben Gurney of Paul, clerk, and his wife Grace (formerly Grace Badcock, daughter and legal representative of John Badcock, formerly of Penzance and after of St. Marys, Isles of Scilly, gent., deceased)
2. William Wood of Liverpool, Lancaster, attorney at law
3. Sir Charles Dutton Price formerly of Trengwainton, Madron, now a temporary resident of Litherland, Liverpool, baronet
4. Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq.
5. Richard Foster Bolitho of Penzance, esq.
6. Walter Yonge of St. Ives, surgeon
1. to 5. to hold in trust for 4. at the request of 3.
2. to 6. to hold in trust for 4.
Trungle or Scaddan's tenement (18 acres), near Choon or Chywoon, manor of Trewarveneth, formerly held by Martin Dunn, after by John Leggoe, after by his son John Leggoe, since by John Pollard and now by John Richards and James Pascoe; Choon Garden and Foredowns (16 acres), manor of Treveneth, formerly held by John Price of Penzance, esq., deceased (grandfather of 3.), since by Mr. Cyprian and John Richards, and now by John Richards; Kerris (15 acres plus 3 acres of moorland), formerly the inheritance of Thomasine Tregurtha and held by John Badcock, after the inheritance of John Price and lately held by William Nicholas
Property as GP98/1-2

Perranarworthal  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP427  1 May 1855

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Rowe (11), son of Thomas Rowe of Perran, carpenter, Susan Martha Reynolds (9), daughter of Philip Reynolds, deceased and Lizzie Penrose Hall (5), daughter of Richard Thomas Hall of Devoran
1. John Francis Basset of Tehidy, esq.
2. Henry Richards of Perranarworthal, yeoman
Property in Perran Wharf, lately held by John Henwood's executors, and now held by 2.
Consideration: £28
Rent: £3 per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Perranworthal

Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP428  25 March 1555

Contents:
Lease for three lives: 2.
1. Henry Dotsone (Dottson), gent.
2. Thomas Skewis, his wife Isabell and their son Olyver
Property in Fentangympys Vear, hitherto held by 2.
Rent: 26s 8d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Fentangympys
John Camborne and Nicholas Euhell appointed 1.'s attorneys

[no title]  GP429  26 July 1582

Contents:
Lease for a year
1. John Arrundell of Talverne, esq.
2. John Dotsone of Meneage, gent.
Property in Maras an Vos, Vynton Gimpis Veor, Vinton Gympis Myll, Vynton Gympis Vean and Chyandowre
Rent: £5 per annum
Covenant: grant if 100 marks are paid at Pengryseck where the said John Arrundell now lives on the feast day of St. James the Apostle next (25 July 1583)

[no title]  GP430  2 February 1584/5

Contents:
Lease for 1½ years
1. John Arrundell of Talverne, esq.
2. John Dottsone of Meneage, gent.
Property in Marras an Vos, Vynton Gympis Veor, Vinton Gympis mill, Vynton Gympis Vean and Chyandowre
Rent: £5 per annum
Covenant: Grant if 100 marks are paid at Pengryseck where the said John Arrundell now lives on the feast day of St. James the Apostle next (25 July 1585)

[no title]  GP431  12 June 1606

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Catherine and their son John
1. William Dadowe of Madron, yeoman
2. James Roberts of Sithney, yeoman
One sixth of Lamborne Wigan, lately held by Ottes Moore and lately occupied by Thomas Resoga of Perranzabuloe
Consideration: £20
Rent: 28s 2d per annum
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  GP432/1-5  18 October 1615

Contents:
Lease for three lives: 2.
1. James Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, gent.
2. Nicholas William alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, yeoman, his wife Dyonis and their son Richard William
Property as GP112
Rent: £3 6s 8d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: best beast
With counterpart
With an indenture of 14 December 1615 reciting deed of 14 May 1591 from Blanche Seyntaubyn, widow, to John Nicholas alias Trevillans, his son Richard Trevillans and Nicholas the son of the said Richard granting Lamborn in the manor of Lamborn sometime held by John Nicholas alias Trevellans, deceased. Only Nicholas William alias Trevellans is living. On 7 September 1614 John Davyes, gent., leased for 99 years or three lives (the said Nicholas William, Dyonis his wife and their son Richard) his part of Lamborn. NOW James Jenkyn pays £10 to Nicholas William alias Trevellans and he will assign Blanche Seyntaubyn's portion from 15 December 1616 if he does not pay James Jenkyn £11 on the 14 December 1616
With agreement of 8 June 1646 by Peter Jenkyn of St. Columb, gent, with Nicholas Williams alias Trevellans, his wife Dyonis and their son Richard to deliver another lease for their lives, Lamborne
With quitclaim of 14 March 1652 by Nicholas William otherwise Trevellans to Peter Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, esq

[no title]  GP433  29 September 1631

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: John Cleather and Richard Cleather, sons of John Cleather of St. Agnes, yeoman, and Julyan, daughter of Christopher Williams, yeoman
1. John Carter of St. Columb Major, esq.
2. Richard Danyell of St. Agnes, yeoman
¼ of Ventongempes Vear alias Ventongempes Veor alias Gilbert alias Ventongimps Vear and Gilbert, lately held by Christopher Williams, yeoman, and now held by Christopher Coath of Trevarthyn, Newlyn, yeoman, in right of his wife Sibella, daughter and heir of Richard Kestell, deceased, and ¼ of Chyndower, lately held by Christopher Williams, and now held by 2., with rights to pasture on the commons of Ventongimpes Vear Downes alias Ventongempes Vear and Gilbert Downes
Consideration: £50
Rent: 9s, one capon or 12d and one harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  GP434  2 November 1631

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: John Cleather and Richard Cleather, sons of John Cleather of St. Agnes, yeoman, and Julyan, daughter of Christopher Williams of St. Agnes, yeoman
1. John Carter of St. Columb Major, esq.
2. Richard Danyell of St. Agnes, yeoman
¼ of Ventongempes Veor alias Ventongempes Viar alias Gilbert alias Ventongempes Veor and Gilbert, formerly the lands of Richard Penwarne, esq. and lately held by Walter Jane, and now held by 2., with rights to pasture on the commons of Ventongempes Vear alias Gilbert Downes alias Chyskewis Downes
Consideration: £50
Rent: 9s, one capon or 12d and one harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: best beast
Endorsed: John Cleather one of the lives upon this tenement dyed 3 Maye 1689 at Perransand Julyan Williams afterwards Julyan Stidston widow dyed aboute June 1695 at Perransand

[no title]  GP435  29 September 1635


Related information: See GP437-438, 444

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Blanche, Ann and Margery, daughters of Degory Laugharne of Tregavethan, gent.
1. Dame Grace Smyth of Maydworthie, Devon, widow, Bevill Grenvill of Stowe, esq. and his wife Grace, daughter and heir of the said Dame Grace Smyth
2. John Davyes of Cubert, gent.
One third of messuages, lands and tenements called Tresawsen, lately held by Degory Laugharne (as GP123)
Consideration: £95
Rent: 26s 8d per annum
Heriot: 40s

[no title]  GP436  10 November 1635

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: John Cleather and Richard Cleather, sons of John Cleather of St. Agnes, yeoman, and Jane, wife of John Cardall of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
1. Edward Good of St. Dennis, gent.
2. Richard Danyell of St. Agnes, yeoman
Moiety of Fentongimpes Veor alias Ventongimpis Vear alias Chyskewis alias Gilbert alias Ventongimpes Vear and Gilbert, lately held by John Cardall, yeoman, and now held by 2., with rights to pasture on the commons of Ventongimps Veor alias Fentongimps Vear alias Chyskewis Downes alias Ventongimps Veor and Gilbert Downes, formerly the lands of Sir John Arundell of Talverne and John Dotson, gent., deceased
Consideration: £100
Rent: 18s, one capon or 12d and one harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: best beast
Endorsed: John Cleather one of the Lives upon this lease dyed about 3 May 1689
Jane the wife of John Cardall dyed some tyme before

[no title]  GP437  8 October 1639

Contents:
Assignment of 99 year lease or three lives: Blanch, Anne and Margery Laugherne, daughters of Degory Laugherne
1. Blench Davies of Cubert, widow and John Hockin the younger of St. Issey, gent.
2. Degory Vyvian of Crantock, yeoman and Theophilus Laugherne of St. Erme, gent.
Property as GP435
Consideration: £200

[no title]  GP438  27 June 1649

Contents:
Assignment of lease
1. John Hockinge of Cubert, gent, and his wife Blanch, Degory Vivian of Crantock, Theophilus Laugherne of St. Allen, gent.
2. John Battyn of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Property as GP435: Consideration: £100

[no title]  GP439  14 March 1652

Contents:
Lease for three lives: 2.
1. Peter Jenkyn of St. Columb Major, esq.
2. Dionys William alias Trevellans, wife of Nicholas William alias Trevellans, their son Richard and his wife Katherine
Property as GP112
Consideration: £4
Rent: £5 6s 8d per annum
Heriot: best beast or 40s

[no title]  GP440  19 March 1658/9

Contents:
Assignment of lease for three lives: 1.
1. Dyonys Williams alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, widow, her son, Richard Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, tinner, and his wife Katherine
2. Richard Hawkyn, son of Edward Hawkyn of St. Allen, carpenter
Property as GP112
Consideration: £35
Recites lease of 14 March 1652/3

[no title]  GP441  29 May 1662

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Gates, son of 2., his wife Jane, and Richard Oates, son of 2.
1. Peter Jenkyn of Trekynnyn, St. Columb Major, esq.
2. Mark Dates of Lamborne, yeoman
Moiety of Lamborne, which James Jenkyn, deceased, father of 1. purchased from Nicholas William alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, deceased, the other moiety now held by Richard William alias Trevellans
Consideration: £52 to 1. and £57 10s to Richard Hawkinge of St. Allen, carpenter and Richard William alias Trevellans of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Rent: 13s 4d
Heriot: 26s 8d

[no title]  GP442  7 February 1666/7

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Richard Rounsevall, his daughter Margery Rounsevall, and 2.'s wife Agnes
1. Francis Gregor of Trewarthennicke, esq.
2. John Tregea of Perranzabuloe, tinner
One sixth of Lamborne Wigan, together with the commons of Lamborne Wigan formerly held by John Roberts
Consideration: £13
Rent: 16s
Heriot: best beast

[no title]  GP443  29 September 1668

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., William Hockyn of Crowan and Jane, daughter of Edward Beryman of Paul
1. James Carter alias Polglase of Crowan
2. Thomas Sampson of Crowan, labourer
Messuage and tenement called Lambriggan alias Lamborne Vean, now held by John Roberts
Consideration: £80
Rent: 28s 2d per anum

[no title]  GP444/1-2  7 December 1669

Contents:
Lease (expires 29 September 1671)
1. Henry Gregor of Truro borough, merchant
2. Thomas Batten of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Property as GP435
Rent: 5s per annum
With counterpart

[no title]  GP445  7 May 1672

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Dorothy, daughter of William Sleepe, deceased, and John Crocker, son of Michael Crocker, gent.
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Thomas Stevens of St. Agnes, tinner
One third of property in Tresosan, lately held by Thomas Batten, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Tresosan Commons and Ventongimps Downs
Consideration: £300
Rent: 40s, one capon or 12d and one harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 30s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongempts
Endorsed: Survey of Tresosan by John Carverth dated 1670

[no title]  GP446  8 June 1672

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Grace and their son Edmond
1. John Cleather of Perranzabuloe, gent.
2. George Reynalds of Perranzabuloe, tinner
House, garden and one acre on the east side of Ventongimps Mill with 9 acres of enclosed moorland bounded to the east with the hedge of the moor, to the west with Richard Gerry's moor, to the north with Carkeefe and to the south with Ventongimps Downs, manor of Ventongimps, lately held by 2., with rights to pasture on the commons of Ventongimps Downs
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP447  20 August 1672

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons, Martyn, James and John Jory
1. John Cleather of Ventongempts, gent.
2. Mary Jorye of Perranzabuloe, widow
Houses and garden in Ventongimps Vean and fields called the Quarry Closes (4 acres), now held by 2., with rights to pasture in the town place of Ventongimps Vean and the manor of Ventongimps Vean
Rent: 40s, one capon or 12d and one harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s: Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP448  3 December 1672

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Alice and their son Richard
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Richard Nowall of Perranzabuloe, thatcher
2½ acres in Polvennar Hill, bounded to the south by Tresosan and to the east by Stephen Luke's croft, manor of Ventongimps, and one acre of moorland enclosed by 2., now held by 1., with rights to pasture on the commons of Ventongimps Downs
Rent: 20s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP449  15 April 1673

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Prudence, wife of Thomas Searle the elder, 2. and 2.'s wife Mary
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Thomas Searle the younger of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Tenement in Ventongempts Vean, now held by Thomas Searle the elder and two closes lately enclosed (7 acres) leading from Ventongempts Vean Lane to the mill, moor called Cotton Jeen moor, now held by Thomas Searle, and one acre of land in Chindower moor to be allotted, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Ventongempts
Consideration: £20
Rent: 20s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 8d per annum
Heriot: 50s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP450  24 February 1673/4

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Sampson Payne the elder, 2. and his wife Jone
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Sampson Payne junior of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Skewes Downe (4 acres) adjoining 2.'s tenement, with rights to pasture on the commons of Skewes Downe and Ventongimps Downs
Consideration: £2
Rent: 6s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 5s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP451  24 March 1673/4

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son Sampson Paine, 2.'s wife Jone Paine and 2.'s mother, Jone Paine
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Sampson Paine of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Coden Eden (15 acres), Skewes Down, adjoining to Reese, now held by 2., except ½ acre next to Calestock Ruall Moore which was formerly let to Robert Sedgemore of Perranzabuloe, carpenter, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Skewes Downe and Ventongimps Downe
Consideration: 20s
Rent: 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 12d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP452  2 February 1675

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Blanch, and John Harris, son of James Harris of St. Keverne
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. James Oates of Perranzabuloe, tinner
A field called Vetongempts Way Close (7 acres), now held by John Gerry, and one house and garden adjoining, with right to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongempts
Consideration: £80
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP453  21 September 1676

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Joan and their son Andrew
1. John Cleather of Perranzabuloe, gent.
2. Nicholas Reynalds of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house and garden in Polvenner and ten acres adjoining, all in Ventongimpts Commons, manor of Ventongimpts, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimpts
Rent: 20s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP454  20 March 1677

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Anne and Recebecca, daughter of Jacob Cardall
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Ralfe Cardall of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Plot of land adjoining Richard Gerry's tenement near 1.'s mill, with four acres on the north side of Ventongyempts Downes, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongyempts Downes
Consideration: 2. to erect a dwelling house on the premises
Rent: 4s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP455  5 March 1680

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son Humphry and his daughter Mary
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Richard Jacka of Perranzabuloe, tinner
½ acre in Chyendowar Commons with a place to erect a dwelling house, with rights to turf and pasture on the commons of the manor of Ventongimps
Rent: 2s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 2s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP456  1 September 1683

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son John, and Thomas Searle, son of William Searle of Perranzabuloe
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Thomas Searle of Perranzabuloe, yeoman, son of Thomas Searle the elder of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Meadow, now held by 2., a house, garden and orchard in Ventongimps Vean, the Town floore or Townplace (3 acres), all part of quarter of the town and fields of Ventongimps Vean, part of the manor of Ventongimps, lately held by Steephen Luke of St. Allen, yeoman, with ¼ acre in Chiendowre, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Allet and Lamborne
Consideration: £70 and a broad piece of gold given by 1. to his landlady
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP457  1 September 1683

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother John, and Mary, daughter of John Jorye
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. James Jorye of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Two fields called the Waie Closes (6 acres), leading from Ventongempts Vean to Marasenvos [Marazanvose], part of ¼ of the town and fields of Ventongempts Vean, manor of Ventongempts, formerly held by Steephen Luke of St. Allen, yeoman, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Allet and Lamborne
Consideration: £55 and a broad piece of gold given by 1. to his landlady
Rent: 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP458  1 January 1684/5

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Honor and their son John
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Timothy Tippett of St. Allen, tinner
House and garden with a field called Parke an Gulmoe (4 acres), lately held by John Horne and a garden "wherin are Apple Trees about the hedges", lately held by Stephen Sobey, with a convenient plot of ground for making a garden to the west of Parke an Gubmoe, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Lambourne and Allet, formerly held by the heirs of Trevillian, now held by 1.
Rent: 18s 6d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
Endorsed: Timothy Tippeett his lease for Pangobnan

[no title]  GP459  18 July 1685

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Johan and their son William
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. George Bryant of Perranzabuloe, tinner
One croft, moorland (5 acres) and a dwelling house lately erected by 1., with one acre to be enclosed by 2. above Luke Withiells and Richard Noells Croft, all lately held by Richard Noell, part of the manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Vean
Rent: 44s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s - Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP460  10 June 1686

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or four lives: 2.'s wife Jane, and their sons John, Richard and Anthony
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Anthony Carveth of St. Allen, gent.
Property in Ventongimps Downes and three quarters of an acre in Gilbert orchard, now held by 2. and Peter Vincent, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Allet and Lambourne
Consideration: 36s, one capon or 2s and a harvest journey or 12d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP461  1 November 1686

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son Thomas Roberts, and Gabriel Launder, son of Galviel Launder of Perranzabuloe, deceased
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Thomas Roberts of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Messuage or tenement in Ventongimpts Downes (3 acres), manor of Ventongimps, lately held by Richard Gerry, deceased, and now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Lambourne Downes
Consideration: £35
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP462  30 January 1687

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth and their son John
1. John Cleather of Ventongempts, gent.
2. William May of Mylor, weaver
Messuage in Marrazion Vose [Marasanvose], parcel of the manor of Ventongimps, sometime held by John Cowling and his wife Margery, and lately held by 1., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allet, held by 1. after he purchased them from the heirs of Trevillian
Consideration: £104
Rent: 10s one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP463  2 December 1687

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary, and Thomas, son of William Searle of Perranzabuloe
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Simeon Searle of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Fields called Four Acres, Parke Jewell, Way Close and Stone Croft to the north of Thomas Searle's Croft, all now called the Demeanes, manor of Ventongimps, with liberty to build houses, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allett, Chyandower and Tresawsan
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP464  24 December 1688

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., Ann, daughter of Peter Cock, late of Kenwyn, deceased, and John Soby, son of John Soby of Perranzabuloe
1. John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent.
2. Stephen Soby, junior, of Perranzabuloe, tinner
One new house and garden lately enclosed by Oliver Soby, moiety of a croft (2½ acres) adjoining Stephen Soby the elder's ground, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Allett and Ventongimps
Consideration: £3
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP465  21 November 1691

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Ann and their son Stephen
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevownans [Trevaunance], esq.
2. Hercules Matthew of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Messuage and dwelling house lately erected by John Cleather on Chindower moor and 2¼ acres adjoining, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongympts Downes
Consideration: £5
Rent: 20s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP466/1-2  16 November 1692

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons, Thomas, William and Symon
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, esq.
2. William Serle of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
¼ of Chyendower, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons appertaining and of the manor of Allet
Consideration: £45
Rent: 12s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP467  25 May 1694

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Jane and their daughter Elizabeth
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Thomas Roberts of Perranzabuloe, miller
Skews alias Ventongwympts Mills, lately held by Jonas Barckle and now by 2., with two meadows and one garden and the Towne floor the lengthe of the fore part of the myll wall as far downe as the River
Consideration: £20 on 25 May 1695 and £20 per annum to 25 May 1701
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
Endorsed: Rights of pasture and turf in the manor of Allet

[no title]  GP468  26 May 1694

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Joan and their son Thomas
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Mathew Joanes of Perranzabuloe, tinner
One croft (4 acres), lately enclosed by Stephen Soby, part of the commons of Chendower, and a plot of waste ground to the south of the house now held by Hercules Mathews next adjoining to park and Gabma for the building of a dwelling house, all now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allet
Consideration: 40s
Rent: 6s, one capon or 12d and one harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP469  6 November 1695

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: 2. and his brother John
1. Hugh Tonkin of St. Agnes, esq.
2. Edmond Raignolds of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Part of Gerrys Tenement, manor of Ventongimps, now held by Prudence Cleather, widow, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allet
Consideration: £8
Rent: 1s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin on the death of Prudence Cleather, widow

[no title]  GP470  20 May 1696

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother John and his sister Elizabeth
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevonans [Trevaunance], esq.
2. Edmond Reynolds of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house and barn adjoining Ventongimpts Mill, a plot of ground adjoining the barn for building a mowhay, two gardens, and two moors between the two leats (2 acres) running to the said mill, with three fields adjoining (4 acres), manor of Ventongimps, lately held by Hanniball Batten, deceased and now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimpts Downes and the Towne place
Consideration: £30
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP471  28 November 1698

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Agnes and their daughter Jane
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Richard Garland of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Wheallangrowse meadow and the entry hall and chamber over the hall and garden adjoining, all in the village of Marrazion Vose [Marazanvose], manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture on the commons of Allet
Consideration: £20
Rent: 5s 6d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP472  28 November 1698

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother John, and Margery Cowlin, junior, of St. Allen
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Henry Jory of Perranzabuloe, blacksmith
A smith shop and two crofts called Whallangrowse Crofts in Marrazion Vose [Marazanvose], manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allet
Rent: 6s 6d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 5s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP473  20 December 1698

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his brother Thomas Searle, and William, son of William Searle
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. William Searle, senior, of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Property in Chiggindower, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs
Consideration: £8
Rent: 20s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 8d per annum
Heriot: 50s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP474  16 February 1699

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and his brother Henry
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. John Jory of Perranzabuloe, clothier
Wheallangrowse, a messuage or dwelling house in Marresanvose [Marazanvose], and a house and garden formerly held by Lancelot Jory, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Ventongimps
Consideration: £18
Rent: 11s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 11s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP475  11 December 1700

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: 2.'s son Stephen Matthews
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Hercules Matthews of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Tenement, lately held by Stephen Tippett, deceased, and now by Matthew Jones, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimpts Downes and the Fower Borrows Downes
Consideration: £7
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the death of 2.'s wife Ann

[no title]  GP476  26 June 1701

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: 2.
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Edward Paull of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house, garden and four fields called Ventongimpts Way Close (7 acres), now held by James Oates, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the Fower Borrowe Downes
Consideration: £20 and one gold guinea
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the deaths of James Oates and his wife Blanch

[no title]  GP477  1 July 1701


Related information: See GP485

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son John (32), Julian, wife of John Cardoll (40), John, junior, son of John Cardoll (6 months)
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. Ralph Cardoll of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Moiety of one tenement with appurtenances in Lambourne, lately held by 2., but now occupied by 1.
Consideration: £84
Rent: 6s 2d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 13s 4d

[no title]  GP478/1-2  27 November 1701

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: 2.'s brother John and 2.'s son George
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Edmund Reynolds of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Three fields called the the Long Moores, and other fields called Three Corner Field and Flat Moor, and ¼ acre to the south east of George Reynalds meadow (altogether 9 acres), near Ventongimpts Downes, manor of Ventongimps, formerly held by Ralph Cardall, Edmund Kearneck and George Reynalds, lately held by Dionisia Gerry, widow, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Lambourne Downes and the manor of Allett
Consideration: £14
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the death of Dionisia Gerry

[no title]  GP479  18 March 1701/2


Related information: See GP486

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas, William and Symon Robarts, sons of 2.
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Thomas Robarts of Perranzabuloe, miller
10 acres in the commons of Tresawsen, lately held by Thomas Stephens, deceased, and ½ an acre adjoining, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allet
Consideration: £10 and one guinea of gold
Rent: 20s per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
Covenant: 2. to erect a dwelling house within three years

[no title]  GP480  26 December 1702

Contents:
Assignment of lease for one life: 1
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Thomas Tonkin, son and heir of 1.
Field called Ventongimpts Downes with the commons of Tresosan and Nennis not before granted, leased or enclosed
Consideration: one guinea of gold
Rent: 10s per annum

[no title]  GP481  15 April 1704

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Honor and their son John
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. James Jory of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Two fields called the Way Closes (6 acres) leading from Ventongimpts Vean to Marazanvose, part of ¼ of the town and fields of Ventongimpts Vean, part of the manor of Ventongimps, now held by James Jory, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Allett and Lambourne
Consideration: £10 6s
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP482  31 July 1704

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., and his sons, John and Stephen
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Stephen Soby, son of Stephen Soby the elder of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house, gardens, two fields (2 acres) and a garden adjoining the almshouse garden, part of the tenement of Chiendower, manor of Ventongimps, now held by Stephen Soby the elder and 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Chiendower Downes and the manor of Allett
Consideration: £10
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP483  2 February 1704/5

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Elizabeth, and 2.'s brother Richard Paull
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambrigan, esq.
2. Richard Paull of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Property called Steephens his Delight, and Chyendower Moor now divided in two (3 acres), and one eighth of an acre lying between the dwelling houses of John Soby and Martin Cornelius and the highway, all now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Fower Borrow Downes and the manor of Allett
Consideration: 50s
Rent: 27s, two capons or 2s and two harvest journeys or 12d per annum
Heriot: 30s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP484/1-2  20 April 1705

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Mary and their son Simon
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambrigan, esq.
2. Edward Tresise of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Messuage, tenement and five fields, Ventongimpts Downes, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimpts Downes and Power Borrowes Downes in the manor of Allet
Consideration: £3 and a guinea of gold
Rent: 19s 2d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 25s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP485/1-2  19 May 1707

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Julian and their son John
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. John Cardoll of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Property as GP477
Consideration: £84
Rent: 6s 2d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 13s 4d
With counterpart

[no title]  GP486  27 August 1708

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: John and Peter Teage, the sons of Roger Teage of Grampound, gent., and John Truscott, son of John Truscott of St. Stephen in Brannel
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
2. John Teage of Truro, gent.
Property as GP479 with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allet, alias the Four Burrow Downs and the waste lands of Tresawson and Ventongimps
Consideration: £250 and 5 guinea pieces of gold
Rent: 40s per annum
Heriot: 40s - Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP487  18 April 1709

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., her son Andrew Reynolds and her daughter Elizabeth Reynolds
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambrigan, esq.
2. Jacquett Reynolds of Perranzabuloe, widow
Property in Polvenner and Ventongimpts Commons (7 acres), manor of Ventongimps, now held by Joane Reynolds and Mary Reynolds, widows, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimpts and the Fower Burrow Downes
Consideration: £40
Rent: 13s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP488  29 September 1709

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his wife Sarah and their daughter Elizabeth
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambrigan, esq.
2. William Roberts of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Messuage, tenement, dwelling house and gardens, two moors and four meadows in Polvenner (5 acres), manor of Ventongimps, formerly held by Luke Withiell and now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downes, the manor of Allett alias the Fower Burrow Downes
Consideration: 40s and one guinea, £3 on 14 April 1710 and £3 on 30 September 1710
Rent: 12s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 20s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP489  29 October 1709

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 2. and his son Richard
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambrigan, esq.
2. John Sobey of Perranzabuloe, tinner and his wife Mary
Dwelling house, gardens and four fields (3½ acres), manor of Ventongimps, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimpts Downs and the manor of Allett Downs alias the Fower Burrow Downs
Consideration: £8 and one broad piece of gold worth 20s
Rent: 18s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the death of Mary Sobey

[no title]  GP490  13 February 1709/10

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2., his son Hercules and Mary Whitta, widow of the late John Whitta, deceased
1. Thomas Tonkin of Lambrigan, esq.
2. Hercules Matthews of Perranzabuloe, tinner
¼ of Chyendower, manor of Ventongimps, sometime held by John Searle, deceased, lately held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manors of Ventongimps and Allet alias the Fower Burrow Downes
Consideration: £12 and one broad piece of gold to the value of 26s
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP491  30 May 1710

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or one life: 2.
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Stephen Matthews of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Cross Close, Gweal an Growse Close and the Crofts, Marazanvose, manor of Ventongimps, lately held by John Cowling and his wife Margery, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allett alias the Fower Burrowes Downes
Consideration: £12 and a piece of gold to the value of 26s
Rent: 6s 8d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: £1 6s 8d
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the deaths of John Cowling and his wife Margary

[no title]  GP492  30 May 1712

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son and daughter, John and Mary Clarke, and Jane Nicholls of Madron, spinster
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Paul Clarke of Madron, yeoman
Moiety of Venton Gimps and Gilberts, parcel of the barton and manor of Ventongimps, lately held by William Hals, gent., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Venton Gimps alias Skewis Downs and the manor of Allett alias the Fower Borrow Downs
Consideration: £302 14s 9d
Rent: 50s, one capon or 6d and a harvest journey or 3d per annum
Heriot: £3
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP493  25 September 1712

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: 2.'s wife Elizabeth and Simon Polkinghorne of Kenwyn, tinner
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. William Saundry of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Messuage, dwelling house and gardens in Marazanvose, manor of Ventongimps, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of the manor of Allett alias the Fower Burrow Downes
Consideration: £60 and one broad piece of gold to the value of 25s
Rent: 10s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 40s - Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the death of 2.

[no title]  GP494  18 August 1740

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons William (21), John (14) and Peter (12)
1. James Tonkin of Newington Butts, Surrey, esq., eldest son and heir to Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Thomas Rowe of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Dwelling house and 2 acres now held by Jone Jones, widow, 3 acres lately enclosed by Thomas Searle, now held by John Hodge, and a plot of land and old walls near the Alms House, lately held by Walter Gatten, but now held by 2., part of the barton and manor of Ventongimps
Consideration: £1 1s
Rent: 7s, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 6d per annum
Heriot: 10s 6d
To begin after the death of Thomas Tonkin

[no title]  GP495  5 April 1742

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: 2.'s son and daughter, Paul Clarke (1) and Mary Clarke (4)
1. James Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. John Clarke of Kea, yeoman
¼ of Ventongymps and Gilberts parcell of the barton and manor of Ventongimps, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongymps alias Skewes Downes and the manor of Allett alias the Fower Borough Downes
Consideration: 10s
Rent: £1 5s, one capon or 6d and a harvest journey or 3d per annum
Heriot: £1 10s
Suit of court: manor of Ventongimps
To begin after the death of John Argall of Perranzabuloe

[no title]  GP496  29 September 1753

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Mary Tonkin of Feock, spinster
2. William Clyma of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house and small orchard with 7 fields (9 acres), now held by 2., manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, Four Burrow Downs and Allett Downs
Rent: £4 per annum

[no title]  GP497  29 September 1753

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Mary Tonkin of Feock, spinster
2. Thomas Battin of Perranzabuloe, tailor
Two fields called Pain's moor (4 acres), now held by 2., manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, Four Burrow Downs and Allett Downs
Rent: 16s per annum

[no title]  GP498  29 September 1753

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 14 years
1. Mary Tonkin of Feock, spinster
2. Edward Paull of Perranzabuloe, tinner
Dwelling house, barn, stable, orchard and garden with four fields (5 acres) now held by 2., manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, the Four Burrow Downs and Allett Downs
Rent: £3 per annum

[no title]  GP499  29 September 1812

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s sons Edward (21), Samuel (14) and Joseph (4)
1. Hugh Ley of Trelill, esq., Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of Ennis, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. Simon Reynolds of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Twenty six of thirty six parts of two fields (5 acres), Marazanvose, manor of Ventongimps, formerly held by William Clyma, labourer, deceased and lately held by John James, esq., with right to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, the Four Burrow Downs and Allett Downs
Rent: £5 9s 2d
Suit of court
A further twenty sixth part on the death of Hopson Woolcock of Perranworthal, yeoman when rent will go up a further 4s 2¼d per annum

[no title]  GP500/1-3  29 September 1815

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: William Rouse Peter (4), Frances Mary Peter (3) and Anna Maria Peter (2), son and daughters of William Peter, esq. and his wife Frances
1. Hugh Ley of Battersea, Surrey, Doctor of Physic, Samuel Jago of Ennis, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, engineer
2. John Thomas of Chiverton, esq.
Twenty six of thirty six parts of a messuage or dwelling house, now dilapidated and in ruins with a plot of ground behind the same and a small orchard, and two fields (two and three quarters acres), Marazanvose, manor of Ventongimps, formerly held by William Clyma, and lately held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, the Four Burrow Downs and Allet Downs
Rent: £3 12s 9d per annum
Suit of court
A further twenty sixth part on the death of Hopson Woolcock of Perranworthal, yeoman when rent will go up a further 2s 9½d per annum
With letters of 9-10 November 1885 relating to the lives

[no title]  GP501/1-3  29 September 1827

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (33), his wife Mary Ann (32) and their son Sampson Mitchell (3)
1. William Peter of Chiverton, esq.
2. Sampson Mitchell of Perranzabuloe, miner
House, Eastern Moors (1½ acres) and part of Trevallance Lane as far as the moor extends towards Trevellance, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Perranzabuloe
Rent: £2 5s per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court: William Peter
With letter relating to the lives, 11 August 1874

[no title]  GP502/1-2  29 September 1828

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (32), his brother Nicholas (21) and Paul Clarke (21) son of Paul Clarke of Perranzabuloe (21)
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Hugh Ley of Half Moon Street, Middlesex, esq., Edwin Ley of Penzance, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., William Peter of Chiverton, esq. and John Geach, of Kenwyn, civil engineer
2. Richard Hosking of St. Allen, yeoman
Tippets Meadow (2 acres) with a dwelling house, manor of Ventongimps, with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, the Four Burrow Downs and Allett Downs
Rent: £5 per annum
Suit of court
With extract, 2 February 1872

[no title]  GP503  28 September 1839

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (51), his son Samuel of Tywardreath (17) and Elizabeth Ann (12), daughter of Thomas Denham of Gwennap
1. Sir Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan of Trelowarren, Baronet
2. John Vivian of Gwennap, miner
Dwelling house and five acres on Penwortha Common, now held by 2.
Rent: 5s per annum
Suit of court: manor of Penwortha

[no title]  GP504  29 September 1839

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (32), Josiah James (17) and John Batten (15), son of William Batten
1. Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John Thomas Henry Peter of Harlyn, esq., John Geach of Kenwyn, gent. and John Hoskins of Perranzabuloe, yeoman 2. James James of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Messuage and four acres, manor of Ventongimps, lately held by William James and 2.
Rent: £7 10s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP505  29 September 1841

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (31), his wife Jane (23) and their son Mark (2)
1. as GP/2/26/4
2. John Jenkin of Perranzabuloe, joiner
Messuage and four acres, Penhallow, manor of Ventongimps, lately held by John Endean
Rent: £6 10s per annum
Suit of court

[no title]  GP506  20 June 1848

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (43), his wife Jane (55) and Henry Saint Aubyn (31)
1. John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel in the service of the Honorable East India Company, Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., John Geach of Kenwyn, gent. and John Hoskins of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
2. Henry House of Perranzabuloe, miller
Ventongimps Mill, a water grist mill, stable and 1½ acres near the mill and south of the main road leading from Penhallow to Chiverton, and a dwelling house with 3½ acres near the mill and north of the said road, manor of Ventongimps, now held by 2., with rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Ventongimps Downs, the Four Burrows Downs and Allet Downs
Rent: £24 per annum - Suit of court

[no title]  GP507/1-3  29 September 1869

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 6. 's sons, Henry Hawkey of Kenwyn, yeoman (35), John Hawkey of Kenwyn, yeoman (32) and William Hawkey of Perranzabuloe, yeoman (30)
1. John Jago of Falmouth, esq.
2. Henry Valentine Grantham of West Keal Hall near Spilsby, Lincolnshire, esq.
3. Edwin Ley of Porthpean House near St. Austell, esq.
4. John Hoskins of Ventongimps, Perranzabuloe, gent.
5. Iabez Geach of Ashburton, Devon, gent.
6. Thomas Hawkey of Perranzabuloe, yeoman
1-5 to 6
Messuage and 6 acres, formerly held by Mary Searle and John Pearce and now by 6., and Pearce's Tenement, a barn and 3 acres 2 roods and 19 perches, and Thomas Peacock's tenement (2 acres and 39 perches), manor of Ventongimps
Rent: £16 13s 4d per annum
Heriot: 17s 6d
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
With plan
With letters of 6 and 9 June 1905 relating to the lives

[no title]  GP508  2 March 1878

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 21 years
1. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., Hugh Halse Ley of Truro, esq., John Hoskins the elder of St. Allen, gent., Edward Geach of Ashburton, Devon and John Iabez Geach of Bristol, gent.
2. John Hoskins the younger of Ventongimps, Perranzabuloe, yeoman
Eight twelfths of 27 acres 1 rood and 36 perches, Ventongimps Common, manor of Ventongimps
Rent: £2 10s per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
With plan

[no title]  GP509  2 March 1878

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 21 years
1. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., Hugh Halse Ley of Truro, esq., John Hoskins the elder of St. Allen, gent., Edward Geach of Ashburton, Devon and John Iabez Geach of Bristol, gent.
2. Thomas Reynolds of Perranzabuloe, farmer
Ten twelfths of 17 acres 1 rood and 11 perches, Ventongimps Common, manor of Ventongimps
Rent: £3 12s 1d per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
With plan

[no title]  GP510/1-2  2 March 1878

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 21 years
1. John Jago of Falmouth, esq., Hugh Halse Ley of Truro, esq., John Hoskins the elder of St. Allen, gent., Edward Geach of Ashburton, Devon and John Iabez Geach of Bristol, gent.
2. James Bennetts of Perranzabuloe, farmer
Ten twelfths of 27 acres 1 rood and 21 perches, Ventongimps Common, manor of Ventongimps
Rent: £5 12s 6d per annum
Suit of court: amercement of 2s 6d for non appearance
With plan
With note by 2. relating to the lease, 2 March 1878

[no title]  GP511/1-3  20 November 1896

Contents:
Lease for 7 or 14 years
1. John Hoskins of Bouthrop near Lechlade, Gloucestershire, farmer
2. Susan Martyn of Perranzabuloe, widow and her son Marshall George Martyn of Perranzabuloe, miller
One sixth of Ventongimps Mill tenement
Rent: £2 18s per annum
With counterpart, schedule of property and related correspondence

[no title]  GP512  20 November 1896

Contents:
Lease for 7 or 14 years
1. Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, esq., Margaret Carlyon, wife of Edmund Laurence Carlyon of Truro, gent., Jane Pearce Jago of Truro, spinster, Sarah Ann Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster, John Hoskins of Bouthrop near Lechlade, Gloucestershire, farmer and Mary Ann Peter of Chyverton, widow
2. Susan Martyn of Perranzabuloe, widow and Marshall George Martyn of Perranzabuloe, miller
Ten twelfths of Ventongimps Mill and Ventogimps Mill Tenement (15 acres 2 roods and 22 perches)
Rent: £35 16s 8d per annum
With schedule of property

[no title]  GP513  20 November 1896

Contents:
Lease for 7 or 14 years
1. John Hoskins of Bouthrop near Lechlade, Gloucestershire, farmer
2. Susan Martyn of Perranzabuloe, widow and Marshall George Martyn of Perranzabuloe, miller
One sixth part of Ventongimps Mill Tenement (15 acres 2 roods and 26 perches
Rent: £3 11s 8d per annum

[no title]  GP514  1921

Contents:
Correspondence between the lords of Ventongimps manor and Thomas Mitchell relating to leasehold land at Polvenna, Callestick

[no title]  GP515  10 April 1924

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, Penzance, esq.
2. Laurence Jago Carlyon, solicitor, Edmund Laurence Carlyon, esq., Margaret Violet Carlyon and Lucy Carlyon, spinsters, Frederick Carlyon, gent., all of Truro, Frank Ernest Lewis of St. Neot's Vicarage, Liskeard, clerk in holy orders and Hugh Culliford Sharp of Truro, physician and surgeon
3. Jane Pearce Jago of Truro, spinster
4. Alfred Burdett Sell of Putney, draper
5. John Hoskins of Peacock House, Filkins, Gloucestershire, gent.
6. Sidney Grigg of Polvenna, farmer
1-5 to 6
18/24 of a messuage at Polvenna (71 acres and 21 perches) now held by 6.
Rent: £72 per annum
Endorsed: Cancelled
With plan

Phillack  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP516  16 September 1890

Contents:
Lease for 70 years
1. Rev. Frederick Hockin, Phillack Rectory, canon of Truro cathedral and Thomas Edmund Hockin, Wells Wood, Ulverston, Lancashire, esq.
2. George Frederick Lionsin, Commercial Road, Hayle, tea dealer
House and garden on Bodriggy Estate, Commercial Road bounded to the north by the road leading from Copperhouse to Hayle Foundry, now held by 2., and two houses with garden adjoining, formerly held by Thomas Gundry
Consideration: £215
Rent: 3 guineas per annum
Suit of court

Redruth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP517  2 August 1762

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2.'s son and daughters Philip (6), Mary (9) and Martha (4)
1. Thomas Hext of Trenarren, St. Austell, esq. and his wife Gertrude
2. William Trevena of Redruth, gent.
Moiety of 9 closes near Cardrew (11 acres), bounded to the north and west by Trelea, on the east by the commons of the manor of Redruth, Cardrew Downs, formerly held by Thomas Haweis, gent., deceased, lately held by Mary Haweis, widow and her son, Thomas Haweis, clerk
Consideration: £61 2s 6d
Rent: 7s 7½d, one capon or 12d and a harvest journey or
6d per annum
Heriot: 15s 3d
Suit of court: manor of Redruth

[no title]  GP518  31 October 1792

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or one life: Jane Tanton, now of Truro, widow
1. Andrew Vivian of Camborne, gent. and Benjamin Carbis of Redruth, gent., assignees of the estate of William Carbis of Redruth, dealer and chapman, a bankrupt
2. Thomas Penberthy of Penzance, brazier and plumber, and Elizabeth Penberthy of the same towm, widow
Property as GP148
Consideration: £108 3s
Recites lease of 31 August 1743 (Edward Collins of St. Erth, clerk, to Jane Opie of Redruth, widow, now deceased)

[no title]  GP519  1 November 1796


Related information: See GP520

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or two lives: 3.'s wife Mary Trevena (51) and William Trevana (22), son of John Trevena of Redruth, victualler
1. John Kempe of Krugsillack, esq. and John Thomas of Chiverton, esq.
2. Ursula Haweis of Truro, widow
3. Nicholas Trevena of Redruth, gent.
1. with the agreement of 2. to 3.
Three closes (1½ acres), one by the lane on the north side of John Trevenna's dwelling house, the other two lie near Plain an Gwarry, formerly held by Robert Towen, deceased, Thomas Newton of Redruth, and Philip Trevena, deceased, and now held by 3., with rights to pasture and turf on Cardrew Downs
Consideration: £47 5s
Rent: 6s 8d, one capon or 1s and one harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court: manors of Redruth and Trefula

[no title]  GP520  27 February 1800

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or one life: Walter Trevena (14), son of William Trevena of Redruth, carpenter
1. John Kempe of Kingsillack, esq and John Thomas of Chiverton, esq.
2. Ursula Haweis of Truro, widow
3. John Trevenna of Redruth, victualler
1 with agreement of 2 to 3
Property as GP519
Consideration: £21
Rent: 6s 8d, a capon or 1s and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: 6s 8d
Suit of court: manors of Redruth and Trefula
To begin after the deaths of Mary Trevena, widow and William Trevena

[no title]  GP521  17 February 1803

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 3.'s children, William (7), Jane (4) and Elizabeth (3)
1. John Kempe of Crugsillack, esq. and John Thomas of Chiverton, esq.
2. Ursula Haweis of Truro, widow
3. Philip Trevena of Redruth, yeoman
1 with the agreement of 2 to 3
Three Corner Field, Great Field, Long Meadow, Way Field, Nathaniel Eade's field in North Trefulas tenement, formerly held by David Haweis, deceased
Consideration: £31 10s
Rent: 6s per annum
Heriot: 6s
Suit of court: manors of Redruth and Trefula

[no title]  GP522  2 July 1804

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (34), his wife Mary (33), and William Bennetts (16), the son of William Bennetts of Gwennap, yeoman, and the nephew to 2.
1. John Trevena the elder of Redruth, gent., Nicholas Simms of Redruth, gent. and John Trevena the younger of Redruth, gent.
2. Henry Bennetts of Gwennap, yeoman
Dwelling house and meadow on the south side of Redruth, formerly held by James Andrew, gent.
Consideration: 2. having built a house
Rent: £2 2s per annum
Heriot: £2 2s

[no title]  GP523  31 March 1810

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (62), Avis Coal (68), sister in law to 2.'s late wife, and Nicholas Trevena (9), son of John Trevena, grandson of 2.
1. Edward Collins of Trutham, esq.
2. Nicholas Sims of Redruth, gent.
Newly erected dwelling house, east Redruth, bounded to the west by the lane leading to new buildings in Lower Gwealzalmeer, with a stable, small yard and garden
Consideration: £21
Rent: 10s per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court: manors of Redruth and Trefula

[no title]  GP524  26 April 1816

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Henry Chapman (29), and the son and daughter of John Cornelius, James (22) and Ann (20)
1. Edward Collins of Truthan, esq.
2. Henry Chapman of Redruth, labourer
Land to the east of Anthony Sandoe's house (138 feet by 16 feet) and a dwelling house lately built there by John Cornelius the elder, Gwealzalmeer Wastral
Consideration: £3
Rent: 10s per annum
Heriot: 10s 6d
Suit of court: manors of Redruth and Trefula

[no title]  GP525  1822

Contents:
Counterpart of reversionary lease for 99 years or one life: 4.'s son John Trevena the younger (18)
1. John Thomas of Chiverton, esq.
2. Ursula Haweis of Truro, widow
3. John Williams of Scorrier House, esq.
4. John Trevena of Redruth, innkeeper
1 with the agreement of 2 and 3 to 4
House with appurtenances near the place where the Great Tree formerly stood and now called the Red Lion Inn, formerly held by Thomas Newton, after by Walter Trevena, lately by John Trevena, deceased, father of 4. and now held by 4.
Consideration: £105
Rent: 13s 4d per annum
Heriot: 14s 6d
Suit of court: manors of Redruth and Trefula

[no title]  GP526  24 June 1830

Contents:
Rack lease for 90 years
1. Ralph Michell of Helston, draper
2. Martin Thomas of Redruth, mine agent
Three fields north of Sandy Lane on the eastern end of Redruth, manor of Treruffe [Treruff]
Rent: £7 15s 6d
Suit of court

[no title]  GP527  25 March 1839

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Stephen Mitchell (15), son of Stephen Mitchell of Redruth, assay master, Joseph Burgess Mead (8), son of Joseph Mead of Redruth, grocer, and William Michell Grylls (11), son of Henry Grylls of Redruth, gent.
1. Charles Rodolph, Lord Clinton, Baron Clinton of Heanton Satchville, Devon
2. Elisha Morcom of Redruth, gent.
Dwelling houses on the south side of the street leading to Truro, now held by James Bray and others
Rent: £6 per annum
With plan
Suit of court: manor of Treruff

[no title]  GP528/1-2  16 October 1846

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: Ann Tonkin (46), daughter of 2. and Eliza Tonkin (14), daughter of Ann Tonkin
1. James Wentworth Buller of Shillingham, esq.
2. John Nicholl of Redruth, gardener
Two fields (6 acres), part of Middle Cardew, lately held by Richard Roscrow, since by Henry Paul, lately by James Jenkins and now by 2.
Rent: £24 per annum
Land tax: 3s 1d per annum
From after the death of Charles Paul
Suit of court: manor of Tolgus: amercement of 5s for non appearance
With memorandum from Robert Searles to Samuel Theophilus Genn Downing of York House, Penzance, esq., regarding the tenancy of Rosehill, 17 March 1882

[no title]  GP529  26 January 1848

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (32), his wife Jane (25) and their daughter Jane Paul Ford (5)
1. James Wentworth Buller of Downes, Devon, esq.
2. Robert Ford of Redruth, tallow chandler
House with a small enclosure and three acres, Tolgus Mine, manor of Tolgus
Rent: 10s per annum - Suit of court

[no title]  GP530  10 April 1852

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (45), his son Thomas (19) and his daughter Ann (10)
1. Anna Maria Agar of Lanhydrock, widow, John Tremayne of Heligan, esq., Thomas Hext of Trenarren, esq., Michael Williams of Trevince, esq., William Williams of Tregullow, esq. and Grace Buckingham, wife of John Buckingham of Truro, surgeon
2. Henry Treganowan of Kenwyn, yeoman
Mount Ambrose (4 acres 1 rood), Cardew Common, manor of Redruth
Consideration: £94 10s
Rent: £3 per annum
Heriot: £1
With plan
Suit of court

[no title]  GP531  3 February 1854

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 7 or 14 years
1. Michael Williams of Trevince, esq. and William Williams of Tregullow, esq.
2. John Job of Redruth, chemist
Messuage, shop and premises on the south side of Fore Street, lately held by Susannah Andrew, widow
Rent: £42 per annum

[no title]  GP532/1-2  3 February 1854

Contents:
Counterpart of lease for 14 years
1. Michael Williams of Trevince, esq. and William Williams of Tregullow, esq.
2. John Stevens of Redruth, victualler
Red Lion Inn, Fore Street
Rent: £50 per annum
With invoices for rent, 1867-68

[no title]  GP533  6 April 1871

Contents:
Counterpart of rack lease for 21 years
1. Rev. John Webster Hawksley, clerk, rector of Redruth
2. Walter Pike of Camborne, esq. and James Hickey of 22 Austin Friars, London, esq.
Account house, stable and other buildings occupied by Wheal Uny Adventurers, an enclosure used by them as a material yard, the Pool with waste adjoining the account house, and other buildings. Part of the glebe lands of Redruth
Rent: £200 per annum

Stithians  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP534/1-2  30 October 1796

Contents:
Lease and counterpart of lease for 99 years or three lives: Elizabeth Pomery, daughter of John Pomery of Lantoon, Liskeard, gent., Edward Marten (37), son of 2., and Tristram Bath, son of Malachi Bath of Stithians (7)
1. Thomas Reed of Trevales, esq.
2. Thomas Marten of Stithians, yeoman
Hendra otherwise Hendrow, parcel of the manor of Roseigh, lately held by John Pearce, deceased, late of Tretheage, esq. and Philip Tingcombe, deceased, surgeon
Consideration: £150
Rent: 8s 6d
Suit of court

[no title]  GP535  25 September 1839

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (27), his wife Elizabeth (21) and their son William (1)
1. Michael Williams of Trevince, esq.
2. James Richards, late of Wendron, now of Stithians, miner
3 acres 35 perches, part of Tresavern Crofts, bounded on the north by the highway leading from Stithians Churchtown to Redruth
Rent: £4 6s 11d
Suit of court: to Michael Williams for lands in Stithians

Truro  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP536  28 September 1859

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Joel Blamey of Pool, merchant
2. William Lake of Truro, printer and bookseller
Dwelling house with offices, Boscawen Street, parish of St. Mary, formerly the premises of the Cornish Bank and lately used by the Cornish Railway Company and part of which said dwelling house has been converted into a shop
Rent: £45 per annum

Mixed parishes  [no ref. or date]

Mitchell Newlyn East and St. Enoder  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP537  25 December 1702

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Rickard of Mitchell, tinner, and 1.'s daughters, Dorothy and Mary
1. Josias Free of Mitchell, gent
2. John Wynn of Mitchell, yeoman
Four stitches of land called Philps Stiches in Mitchell (St. Enoder) formerly held by Philippa Philp
Consideration: £16
Rent: 8s 4d per annum

[no title]  GP538  2 February 1709

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: 2. (23), 2.'s brother Francis Poole junior, (18) and 2.'s sister Margery Poole (16)
1. Sir Richard Vyvyan of Trelowarren, baronet
2. William Poole of Newland, yeoman
Three quarters of Parkeanhale and three quarters of Green Bank and Cosewarth Meadow, Mitchell
Consideration: 2. to erect a dwelling house within 4 years and £15 5s
Rent: 10s
Heriot: 10s - Suit of court of Nancolleth

[no title]  GP539  18 September 1710

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1., Dorothy, wife of John Cock, gent., and Mary, wife of Charles Foss
1. Thomas Rickard of Mitchell, tinner
2. John Flamank of St. Enoder, gent.
Dwelling house with two parcels of land called Shoute Meadow and Meadow behind the house, Mitchell, lately held by Phillip Philp widow, Humphry Courteney and 1.
Consideration: £70

[no title]  GP540  26 July 1714


Related information: See GP542

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Rickard, Dorithy, wife of John Cork gent., and Mary wife of Charles Foss
1. John Flamanke of St. Enoder, gent.
2. Abraham Wills Junior of Mitchell, husbandman
Moiety of a dwelling house (the west end) and a meadow called Shoute Meadow in Mitchell, Newlyn East, formerly occupied by Phillip Phillp, widow
Consideration: £30
Rent: 2s per annum

[no title]  GP541  10 November 1725

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives (Charles, son of 2., Mary, daughter of 2., and John, son John Free of Newland)
1. William Carew of East Antony, baronet
2. Charles Foss of Mitchell, yeoman
Three Corner Meadow in Mitchell, Newlyn East, lately held by Richard Mugford of Merther, yeoman and part of the Manor of Nancolleth
Consideration: £9 10s 6d
Rent: 1s 6d and one capon or 3d per annum
Heriot: 3s 4d
Suit of court

[no title]  GP542  1 May 1731

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives
1. Abraham Wills, junior, of Mitchell, yeoman
2. William Davies of Truro, gent.
Property as GP540
Consideration: £21 10s
Rent: 2s per annum

[no title]  GP543/1-2  20 September 1731

Contents:
Lease for 14 years
1. Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow
2. William Davies of Truro, gent.
Dwelling house and appurtenances in Mitchell, Mugfords Meadow, the little meadow behind the orchard, Rickards meadow, Malthouse meadow with the house adjoining the malthouse, Ned Richards meadow, Heres Tenement, Tom Rawlings field with one and a half acres of moorland, Arthur Mullis' field, Three Corner Meadow, Inner Stiches, Little New Park now held by James Harris, Outer Stiches, Park Paines, Philps Tenement, Downey field, Goon Gregor and one acre in Outer Park Beaton, Mitchell
Rent: £32 per annum

[no title]  GP544  19 May 1734

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or two lives: William Davies and John, the son of John Free of Newlyn, yeoman
1. Kellond Courtenay of Tremeere, esq.
2. Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow
Two fields called Park Pains and Park in Growse with two stitches out of three in a field lately held by John Roberts
Consideration: £47
Rent: 7s per annum
Heriot: 10s
Suit of court to the manor of Trethurfe

[no title]  GP545  13 February 1737

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or two lives: 1. and 3.
1. Mary Davies of Mitchell, widow
2. Philip Hawkins of Trewittam, esq. and Hugh Opie of Grampound, gent.
3. Mary Fose of Mitchell, widow
1-2 to 3
Bell Crown, The Stitches and Philps Stitches formerly held by Phelip Philp, widow and William Davies, Mitchell
Consideration: £33

[no title]  GP546  10 June 1738


Related information: See GP547

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: William Davies, his wife Mary and John Davies of Mitchell, surgeon
1. Mary Davies of Mitchell, widow
2. Philip Hawkins of Trewithan, esq.
3. Thomas Oxnam of Newlyn, yeoman
1-2 to 3
Dwelling house with two parcels of land called Shoute Meadow and the meadow behind the house in Mitchell, formerly held by Philip Philp, widow, then William Davies
Consideration: £29 10s

[no title]  GP547  19 June 1738

Contents:
Assignment of lease for 99 years or two lives: Mary Davies and John Davies
1. Thomas Oxnam of Newlyn, yeoman
2. Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow
Property as GP546
Consideration: £29 10s

[no title]  GP548  29 September 1746

Contents:
Lease for 21 years
1. Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow
2. Thomas Scawen of Carshalton, Surrey, esq. and Kelland Courtenay of Painsford, Devon, esq.
Moiety of a house where John Mitchell lives, Shout Meadow, part of Ricketts Tenements lately held by John Tom and Peter Buddle, Bell-Crown field and the stitches with the Three Corner Meadow lately held by John Martin, Newlyn East. And those fields called the Parkpains with houses and Parkingrowse lately held by Richard May, deceased, a meadow held by Abednego Bennett, a meadow in Philps Tenement held by John Enstes and a field in Narrows Tenement held by James Merryfield, St. Enoder
Rent: £35 per annum

[no title]  GP549  29 September 1746


Related information: See GP550, GP638

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives 2., 2.'s daughter Mary Davis (36), and 2.'s granddaughter Mary Foss (17)
1. Dame Mary Vyvyan of Trelowarren, widow
2. Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow
Three quarters a mansion house with garden, the backside, the slipp and the little parke in St. Enoder and a bowling alley, two closes, Carveathes Close and Three Corner Parke in Newlyn East
Rent: £1 10s, a capon or 12d and a harvest journey or 4d per annum
Heriot: Best beast or 30s
Suit of court of manor of Nancolleth

[no title]  GP550  14 October 1746


Related information: See GP549, GP638

Contents:
Lease for 99 years or three lives: Thomas Prater, Mary Davis of Mitchell, widow, (36), and 2.'s granddaughter Mary Foss
1. Sir Coventry Carew of East Antony, baronet
2. Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow
Quarter of a mansion house with garden, the backside, the slipp and the little parke in St. Enoder and a bowling alley, two closes, Carveathes Close and Three Corner Parke in Newlyn East
Consideration: £12
Rent: 10s, 3d in lieu of part of a capon and 1d in lieu of part of a harvest journey per annum

[no title]  GP551  24 June 1772

Contents:
Lease for sixty years
1. Hugh, Viscount Falmouth
2. Mary Davies of Mitchell, widow
Part of Mugford's Meadow alias Phillips' Meadow in Mitchell, formerly held by Frederick Vincent and Josias Free, deceased
Rent: 5s 3d per annum

Devon  [no ref. or date]

Harford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP552  20 October 1612

Contents:
Lease for three lives: Nicholas Hele of Harford, yeoman, his wife Elizabeth and their son Samuel
1. Thomas Hele the elder of Flete Damerell, Devon, esq., and his son and heir, Thomas Hele, esq
2. Lewes Hele of Inner Temple, esq. and Richard Hele of Dirforde, Devon
Lease of a messuage called Bo... [illegible] in Harford, lately held by Wilmote Hele, widow, and her son Thomas
Rent: 26s 8d per annum
Heriot: 40s
Endorsed: Bolve in Harford in 1612. Land Delivered to Richard Hele, gent., 2 March 1643

Manorial records  [no ref. or date]

Goon Earl (St. Agnes)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP553  1779-1822

Contents:
Life book of the manor of Goonearl, with summaries of leases, 1779-1813, with memoranda 1813-1822

[no title]  GP554  1813-1852

Contents:
Life book of the manor of Goonearl, with summaries of leases

[no title]  GP555  1829

Contents:
Survey book of the manor of Goonearl, with details of leases granted, arranged by tenant's surname (A-O only), including the "Bryanite Preaching House", 1793-1828.
Survey taken in 1829

[no title]  GP556  1830-1852

Contents:
Memorandum book of the manor court of the manor of Goonearl

St. Just in Penwith  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP607  1796

Contents:
Rental listing tenants, their property and rents

Moresk (St. Clement and St. Erme)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP557  6 May 1850


Related information: See GP560, 564, 567, 568, 571, 574

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held at the house of John Phillips of St. Clement, innkeeper, before John Carlyon, gent., deputy steward of the court and William Sholl and John Sholl, two of the customary tenants of the said manor, Edwin Ley of Bosahan, esq. surrendered to John Vivian, esq., lord of the manor all his moiety of Treworthgan alias Treworgan Moor (except three closes and a house called the Highway), number 54 article 1 in the assession book of the manor, parcel of the said manor and of the Duchy of Cornwall
John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel in the service of the Honourable East India Company, admitted to the property

[no title]  GP558  6 May 1850


Related information: See GP561, 563

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held at the house of John Phillips of St. Clement, innkeeper, before John Carlyon, gent., deputy steward of the court and William Sholl and John Sholl, two of the customary tenants of the said manor, John Nicholas Richards Millett of Penzance, gent. surrendered his sixth part of Treworthgan Vean alias Treworthgan Vighan (18 acres), parcel of the said manor and of the Duchy of Cornwall
John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel in the service of the Honourable East India Company, admitted to the property

[no title]  GP559  6 May 1850


Related information: See GP562, 565, 567, 569, 573, 575

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held at the house of John Phillips of St. Clement, innkeeper, before John Carlyon, gent., deputy steward of the court and William Sholl and John Sholl, two of the customary tenants of the said manor, Edwin Ley surrendered his moiety of Penvenuthnoe alias Penmenuthnoe alias Penfenuthnoe alias Penymythrow, number 56 in the assession book of the manor, parcel of the said manor and of the Duchy of Cornwall
John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel in the service of the Honourable East India Company, admitted to the property

[no title]  GP560  11 November 1874

Contents:
Admittance
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP557
Admittance of the trustees of the will of Colonel Ley, deceased (Francis Retallack of Chytane and Marshall Valentine Bull of Roscarrack)
Cordelia Vivian is the lady of the manor

[no title]  GP561  11 November 1874

Contents:
Admittance
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP558
Admittance of the trustees of the will of Colonel Ley, deceased (Francis Retallack of Chytane and Marshall Valentine Bull of Roscarrack)
Cordelia Vivian is the lady of the manor

[no title]  GP562  11 November 1874

Contents:
Admittance
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP559
Admittance of the trustees of the will of Colonel Ley, deceased (Francis Retallack of Chytane and Marshall Valentine Bull of Roscarrack)
Cordelia Vivian is the lady of the manor

[no title]  GP563  11 November 1874


Related information: See GP572, 576

Contents:
Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
5/6 of property as GP558
Surrender by Hugh Halse Ley, late of Trevayler and then of 22 New Bond Street, Middlesex, esq., eldest son and heir of Edwin Ley, deceased, to Cordelia Vivian, lady of the manor

[no title]  GP564  11 November 1874

Contents:
Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP557
Surrender by Hugh Halse Ley, late of Trevayler and then of 22 New Bond Street, Middlesex, esq., eldest son and heir of Edwin Ley, deceased, to Cordelia Vivian, lady of the manor

[no title]  GP565  11 November 1874

Contents:
Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP559
Surrender by Hugh Halse Ley, late of Trevayler and then of 22 New Bond Street, Middlesex, esq., eldest son and heir of Edwin Ley, deceased, to Cordelia Vivian, lady of the manor

[no title]  GP566  11 November 1874


Related information: See GP570

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward, Hugh Halse Ley, late of Trevayler and then of 22 New Bond Street, Middlesex, esq., surrendered one third of Treworthgan Vean alias Treworthgan Vighan
Francis Retallack of Chytane and Marshall Valentine Bull of Roscarrack, esqs., admitted to the property

[no title]  GP567  11 November 1874

Contents:
Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent., Deputy Steward
Property as GP557, 559
Surrender by Hugh Halse Ley late of Trevayler and then of 22 New Bond Street, Middlesex, esq., to Cordelia Vivian, the lady of the manor

[no title]  GP568  9 February 1882

Contents:
Conditional Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP557
Conditional surrender by Hugh Halse Ley of 90 Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, Middlesex, esq., through his attorney Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
Julia Bickford of Camborne, widow, to be admitted if Hugh Halse Ley does not repay mortgage

[no title]  GP569  9 February 1882

Contents:
Conditional Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP559
Conditional surrender by Hugh Halse Ley of 90 Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, Middlesex, esq., through his attorney Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
Julia Bickford of Camborne, widow, to be admitted if Hugh Halse Ley does not repay mortgage

[no title]  GP570  9 February 1882

Contents:
Conditional Surrender
Before John Carlyon of 16 Lemon Street, Truro, gent, Deputy Steward
Property as GP566
Conditional surrender by Hugh Halse Ley of 90 Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, Middlesex, esq., through his attorney Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
Julia Bickford of Camborne, widow, to be admitted if Hugh Halse Ley does not repay mortgage

[no title]  GP571  17 December 1888

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held before John Carlyon of Truro, gent, Deputy Steward, Hugh Halse Ley of Beckenham, Kent through his attorney, Henry Paige of Redruth, gent. surrendered property as GP557
William Bolitho the younger of Ponsandane, esq. admitted to the property
Consideration: £350

[no title]  GP572  17 December 1888

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held before John Carlyon of Truro, gent, Deputy Steward, Hugh Halse Ley of Beckenham, Kent through his attorney, Henry Paige of Redruth, gent. surrendered property as GP563
William Bolitho the younger of Ponsandane, esq. admitted to the property
Consideration: £400

[no title]  GP573  17 December 1888

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Moresk held before John Carlyon of Truro, gent, Deputy Steward, Hugh Halse Ley of Beckenham, Kent through his attorney, Henry Paige of Redruth, gent. surrendered property as GP559
William Bolitho the younger of Ponsandane, esq. admitted to the property
Consideration: £350

[no title]  GP574  28 September 1895

Contents:
Admittance
Before Robert Macleane Paul of Truro, gent, Steward of the manor of Moresk
Property as GP557
Admittance of Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, Gulval, esq., through his attorney Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
Michael Henry Williams is the lord of the manor

[no title]  GP575  28 September 1895

Contents:
Admittance
Before Robert Macleane Paul of Truro, gent, Steward of the manor of Moresk
Property as GP559
Admittance of Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, Gulval, esq., through his attorney Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
Michael Henry Williams is the lord of the manor

[no title]  GP576  28 September 1895

Contents:
Admittance
Before Robert Macleane Paul of Truro, gent, Steward of the manor of Moresk
Property as GP563
Admittance of Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, Gulval, esq., through his attorney Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
Michael Henry Williams is the lord of the manor

Penwinnick (St. Agnes)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP577  8 October 1522

Contents:
Receipts for payment of socage
1. John Chamond, esq., Thomas Kemyell, Urinn Nicholl, lords of the manor of Penwenneck
2. Nicholas Beauchampe, second son of Paul Beauchampe of Chyton, gent.
Payment of 12s 6d for messuages in Chyton and Chyanton one furlong), Trevawnans, Tonandefore [Turnavore] and Croftwalter (one furlong) and Breaneck (½ an acre)
Recites deed of 7 November 1521
Place date: Chyanton
With receipts of 3 October 1526 and 8 October 1538

[no title]  GP578  5 November 1719

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Penwinnick, (Thomas Tonkin is the lord of the manor) including Penwennack, Buscoll, Grosses Tenement, Adventures of Wheale an Rose for the Smithes Shop

[no title]  GP579  1784-1785

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Penwinnick

Trevaunance (St. Agnes)  [no ref. or date]

[no title or date]  GP580

Contents:
List of stewards of Trevaunance manor 1781-1789, with note that W. Halse left England for India in 1790, ?early 19th century

[no title]  GP581  Michaelmas 1782

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP582  18 October 1821

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Trevaunance

[no title]  GP583  Michaelmas 1822

Contents:
Rental of John Jago's third part of the manor of Trevaunance

Duchy Manor of Tywarnhaile (St. Agnes and Perranzabuloe)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP584  1617-1618

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Tywarnhaile

[no title]  GP585  30 October 1634
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held on 23 October 1634 at Gonebrey alias Gonevrey William Cosowarth, gent., surrendered six acres of waste land in Gonebrey alias Gonevrey with a Skove [scove] Mill, a blowing house and a knocking mill with appurtenances, St. Agnes
Edward Coke, gent. admitted to the property
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP586  17 May 1661
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at Marasanvose Jone Coke, widow surrendered all her tenements in Gonebrey alias Gonevrey [St. Agnes], namely six acres of pasture with appurtenances, Skove Mill, a blowing house and a knocking mill
William Coke, gent, senior admitted to the property
Entry fine: 8d
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at Marasanvose William Coke surrendered the same property
Thomas Tonking, gent., admitted to the same property
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP587  28 April 1663
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at Melengy [Cubert] John Tonking surrendered two stamping mills, a crasing [crazing] mill and one acre of waste in Reene Trevisacke called Consoe Milles Melonbrey
Thomas Tonkin admitted to the property
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP588  13 September 1664
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held on 12 September 1664 at St. Agnes Thomas Cosier surrendered a tenement called Bandsvean
Thomas Tonkin, gent., admitted to the property
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP589  4 July 1665
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at Goonelase [Goonlaze, St. Agnes] Edward Whita surrendered one acre with appurtenances in Bandsvean bounded on the north west by the river called Bandsvean, on the east and south by the land of Edward Whita, and on the west by the land of James Phillipps.
Walter John admitted to the property
Rent: 1d per annum
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP590  15 August 1665
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court held at Goonelase [Goonlaze, St. Agnes] Thomas Tonkin, gent. surrendered waste or common land at Gonehaverne, part of a tenement called Chyvounder in Perran in Sabulo [Perranzabuloe]
William Tregea admitted to the property
Rent: 4d per annum
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP591  30 July 1667
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at St. Agnes Church Towne James Phillips surrendered one acre of heathland, thirty six feet of land and a stamping mill, St. Agnes
John Tredinnecke admitted to the property
Rent: 1d per annum
Entry fine: 8d

[no title]  GP592  21 October 1668

Contents:
Answer to the jury of the manor of Tywarnhaile to His Majesty's Commissioners at the Assessionary Court held at Liskeard

[no title]  GP593  28 June 1677
Language:  English and Latin

Contents:
Surrender of copyhold property in court and admission of new tenant
At the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at St. Agnes Church Towne William Rickett surrendered one acre of heath with appurtenances, abutting with Towan Bridge to the east up church street leading to Cowan Crosse and then as far as the hedge of The Meadow to the south, and thirty six feet of land abutting the Lower Corner which leads to Meadow Hedge and the river to the north and the tenement of Bands Vean to the west and stamping mill, St. Agnes
Hugh Tonkyn, gent. admitted to the property
Rent: 1d per annum
Entry fine: 8d

[no title or date]  GP594/1-2

Contents:
Copy of the Assession Book of the manor of Tywarnhaile, 1700, and lists of tenants to 1777, (c.1778)

[no title]  GP595  1 November 1770

Contents:
Copy of proceedings of the manor court of Tywarnhaile held in Truro relating to stamping mills built without licence on Chivoundre and Port Trevaunance, St. Agnes

Tywarnhaile Tyas (St. Agnes and Perranzabuloe)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP596/1  4 November 1523
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Admission of new tenant to copyhold property
At the manor court of Tywarnhayll Tyas held at Treworran Nicholas Chyton was admitted to that tenure and its appurtenances in Brehanneck [St. Agnes] formerly held by Ralph Brent for the term of his life and the lives of John, his brother, and Elizabeth, his sister
Fine: 12s

[no title]  GP596/2  15 November 1537
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Admission of new tenant to copyhold property
At the manor court of Tywarnhayll Tyas held at Tresownans Nicholas Beachympp' of Chyton was admitted to the mill-dam or drains and appurtenances of the mill in Brehan'ek and Trefownans
Rent: 6d per annum
Entry fine: 6d

[no title]  GP596/3  19 April 1543
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Admission of new tenant to copyhold property
At the manor court of Tywarnhall Tyas held at Trenethyck Mylle Nicholas Beachympp' de Chyton was admitted to that tenure and its appurtenances in Brehannek [St. Agnes] formerly held by Paul Beachympp' of Chyton, father of Nicholas Beacympp', and to that tenure with its appurtenances in Brehannek formerly held by Ralph Brent for the term of his life and the lives of his sons Roger, John and Thomas
Rent: 11s 6d per annum
Entry fine: 12d
Seals

[no title]  GP597  11 April 1555

Contents:
Custom of the manor of Tywarnhaile Tyas
Cornub' manerin' de Trewanhayle Tyas [1] At the lawe Court of the Ryght honourable henrye [Manners] Erle of Rutland lord Roos and of Hamlacke [Hamlake] Trebus [Triesbut] and Belovoyer [Belvoir] there holden the Ijth daye off Aprell in the fyrst and//[2] Second yeres of the Raygne of phelypp and marye by the grace of God of ynglond fraunce Naples Jerusalem and yrlond kyng and quyene defenders of the fayth prynces of Spayne and//[3] Cycyll' archdukes of austryche dukes of mylayne burgu[n]dye and braba[n]t Countyes off haspurg flaundres and Tyroll' before henrye Fynton squire stuard and hed officer to the sayd//[4] Right honorable lord of his sayd maner among other thynges fyt was presentyd by the hoole homage of the sayd maner upon [...] other by Indentur that the Custome//[5] of the sayd maner ys and that tyme owt of mynde hyt hath ever byn usyd and accustom'yd wthyn the sayd maner that yf any person or persons doo come yn to the open Courtt//[6] there holden before the hye Stuarde under stuarde or hys depute and ther do tacke anye Tenure wth hys apperten'nces beyng... or parcel of the sayd maner Too//[7] have and To hold the sayd Tenure wth hys apperten'nces to hym hys heyres and assygnes at the wyll of the lord accordyng to the custom and usage of the sayd maner//[8] yeldyng and payeng therfore yerely the Renttes suytes cervices heryottes offyces and all other charges therfore due and accustomede and the ffyndyng too Surites or pleges//[9] off the [...] or Customarye Tenantes for the accomplyshment of the same and payeng therfor the same to the officer or officers or his or ther depute to the lordes//[10] use the accustomyd sum that ys too saye iid And dooyng hys ffealtye for the same and beyng admythed tena[n]t accordingly shall from thensforth have the sayd Estat of Inherytans in the//[11] sayd tenure wth thappurtenances at the wyll of the lord accordyng to the custome of the sayde maner that ys to saye shall Co[n]tynue Ten[a]ntt duryng hys lyffe and//[12] and after hys decesse to Remayne to hys wyff duryng her lyffe yf he have a wyff att the Tyme of hys deyth the wyffe comyng' to the Courtt and takyng//[13] the same and her doyng her fealtye and payed Toe pens for knowlege onlye and gevyng suertes as afore ys sayd and yf she fortune to marye the husband//[14] shall come yn opon Courtt affter the maryage and take hyt yn the Ryght of hys wyffe and sowyn and admytted Ten[a]ntt duryng the lyffe of//[15] hys wyff and after the death of hys wyffe then the Tenure wth thappurtenances to Remayn to the next heyr of the ffuryst husband by whom the Tenure came yf he//[16] have any of the hoole blud doyng as afore ys sayd and yff anye person or persons beyng ons lawfully admyttyd Tenantt of any Tenure of the sayd maner//[17] in hys owne Ryght he may come to opon Courtt and surrender hys Tenure into the lord ys handes To the use off anye person or persons whom he wyll and he//[18] that shall have the use bye the surrender shall have the sayd Tenur wth thappurtena'ces To hem and hys heyres for ever at the wyll of the lord accordyng to the custome//[19] of the maner payeng hys knowleg that ys to saye iid and doyng hys fealtye and gevyng new suertes as afore ys sayd And fferther hyt was presentyd by the//[20] sayd hoomage that hyt hath byn acustomyd' and usyd wthyn the sayd maner Tyme out of my[n]d that the lord upon the dethe surrender or departyng of [...]//[21] Tena[n]t aforsayd shall have the best beeste off everye such Tena[n]t so dyeng surrendryng or departyng w[hic]h beest beyng seasyd by the Ryne of the s... //[22] maner shalbe preysyd in the next Court Insuyng by the hoomag or suche off them as shalbe therto Nomynatyd and appoyntyd by the stuard up...//[23] ther othes wch beest he that ys presentyd by the hoomage to be the next heyre or Tenant hathe alwayes accustomyd' to have payyng for the sa[me]//24 To the offycers to the use of the lord as hyt shalbe preysed and valuyd att bye them therto appoyntyd and assygned
Endorsed: The custom of the Maner of Tywarnhaill Tyas
A deede for the wartercourse in Breaneck and Trefawnance
A deede touchinge egles Madderne and Guale M'Chalis
A bond of Banalockes

Ventongimps (St. Agnes, Perranzabuloe)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP598  post 1856

Contents:
Life book of the manor of Ventongimps, 1756-1856, with related notes, correspondence, a printed poem "A new copy of verses" (n.d. ?1830s) apparently about William Withel, and simple drawings of the new poor houses (1831), a stable on property formerly called Peter Reynold's Tenement (1831) and a house in Ventongimps Estate occupied by Simon Reynolds (1834). Cover misleadingly entitled Venton-Gimps Life Book 1691, Mythan and Cubert, Polglaze, (Towan, in pencil). Cover endorsed John Geach's Life Book, May 16 1848

[no title]  GP599  1767-1831

Contents:
Manuscript booklet, "Vintongimps Remarks, John Geachs Book, 1790" including:
- detailed notes on leases and property within the manor of Ventongimps 1767-1830
- notes on the ownership of the manors of Allet and Ventongimps
- extents of the manor of Allett (1829) and the tenements of Lamburn (1830), Woon Bucka, Trezozon, Skeweys Mill (1829) and Crean (1830)
- a page of notes relating to lightning burning down St. Columb church tower in 1681, lightning burning down Bodmin church spire in 1699, "In Fenton Gymps Grew a Pear Tree that Bore fruit 5 or 6 times a year", 1698 Sepr 12 "In my Fathers Park at Trevaunance a young doe of the... last year brought forth a fawn holy and strong", 1700 "Mr John Hoskin late Vicar of St Piran and St Agnes had a Sow at his House at Treamble what Brought forth a litter that where half pig and half dog which he orderd to be drownd being the produce from his Gray Houn dog with the Sow" and a list of gentlemen now residing in Cornwall "that Came in With Wm the Conqueror
- Latin verses taken from monumental inscriptions in St. Agnes church (17th-century Tonkin memorials)
- notes relating to the building of the Poor Houses, Perranzabuloe, 12 April 1831
- plan of Mr. T. Bice's new house at Lambourn, 1831

[no title]  GP600  1830-1854

Contents:
Memorandum book of the manor court of Ventongimps

[no title]  GP601  16 August 1785

Contents:
Receipt from Henry Cornish to John Halse for £30 being one third of the rent of Polglase

Goon Earl, Trevaunance and Ventongimps  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP602/1-7  1781-84

Contents:
Stewards accounts for Goonearl, Trevaunance and Ventongimps manors

[no title]  GP603  24 October 1781

Contents:
Receipt from John Jago to John Halse for £90 7d being half of the rents due from the tenants of Goonearl, Trevaunance and Ventongimps

[no title]  GP604  20 October 1784

Contents:
Receipt from John and Samuel Jago to John Halse for £49 14s 2½d received at Goonearl, Trevaunance and Ventongimps courts

[no title]  GP605  5 January 1785

Contents:
Receipt from Henry Cornish to John Halse for £30 16s 10d being one third of the rents received from the manors of Trevaunance and Ventongimps

[no title]  GP606  25 May 1821

Contents:
Rental of the manors of Trevaunance and Ventongimps

Bonds, covenants and articles of agreement  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP608  13 February 1582/3

Contents:
Bond for performance of covenants
1. Roger Beauchamp, eldest son of Nicholas Beauchamp of Chiton, St. Agnes, gent., deceased
2. John Beauchamp of Chiton, second son of Nicholas Beauchamp
Property in Chiton, Chienton, Trefownance, Tonnanfore, Croftewalter, Treveinhic alias Trevenetheck, Gover, Brianneck, Hendrevosen, Brianeck, Cheseise in Brianeck, one corn mill and stamping mill in Chiton and rights to pasture and turf on the commons of Gowenvrey, Chyvounder, Chynalle, Tywarnaill Ties, Milgisie wartha, Trevenetheck and Trfownans
Bond: £1000

[no title]  GP609/1-2  27 January 1703/4


Related information: See GP610

Contents:
Articles of agreement for a marriage settlement
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. Henry Foote of the borough of Truro, gent.
3. Jane Tonkin, spinster, eldest daughter of 1.
2. and 3. intend to marry. 1. pays £500 to 2. who agrees to secure £50 yearly in trust for 3. for life.
With copy

[no title]  GP610  27 January 1703/4

Contents:
Bond: Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq. and Michael Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent. bound to Henry Foote of Truro, gent. for £2000 for performance of covenants GP609

[no title]  GP611  22 October 1708

Contents:
Covenant to secure payment of £500 to be paid by James Kempe of Penryn, merchant, to Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq. for the use of any child or children of Tonkin and his wife Elizabeth (daughter of Kempe)

[no title]  GP612  11 December 1729

Contents:
Bond: Charles Foss, senior of Mitchell, gent. bound to William Davies of Truro, gent. for £2000 for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP613  11 December 1729

Contents:
Bond: William Davies of Bosworgey, St. Erth, gent. bound to William Davies of Truro, for £2000 for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP614  11 December 1729

Contents:
Bond: William Davies of Truro, gent. bound to Charles Foss, senior, of Mitchell, gent, for £2000 for performance of covenants

[no title]  GP615/1-2  24 October 1788

Contents:
Copy of agreement
1. Hugh Ley of Truro, gent.
2. Thomas Olivie Prout and John Tregellas the younger of St. Agnes, gents.
Lands in the manor of Trevaunance, and in Chyton, Bolster, Trewartha, Trevellas Water Course and Stamping Mills
Mr Scott of Rosecrow to decide the purchase price
With letter by William Halse of Truro to Dr Ley concerning the premises, 22 July 1789

St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP616  15 October 1659

Contents:
Articles of agreement
1. Edward Westbury of Winton Bestbury, Southampton, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
Polglase
1. promises to convey Polglase to 2. for £700
With covenant to levy a fine if 2. pays £5 to 1.'s wife, Elizabeth

[no title]  GP617  20 January 1659/60

Contents:
Bond for performance of covenants
1. Edward Westbury of Winton Westbury of Southampton, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
Polglase
Bond: £1400

St. Kew  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP618  29 November 1750

Contents:
Article of agreement
1. George Veale of Penzance, gent.
2. John Curgenven of Ludgvan, yeoman
Barton of Tretawne alias Treton, Kewel an Dale, Penhendra and Tupton alias Upton, St. Kew. See GP43
For a consideration of £1400 1. agrees to convey property to 2. before 25 March 1751

[no title or date]  GP619/1-2

Contents:
Bond: George Veale of Penzance, gent., bound to John Curgenven of Ludgvan, yeoman, for £1800 as security to convey the Barton of Tretawne alias Treton, Hewell-an Dale, Penhendra and Tupton alias Upton, St. Kew, by 29 September 1751. Bond dated 1 May 1751

Paul  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP620  23 September 1830

Contents:
Article of agreement between Thomas Harvey of Paul, yeoman and Robert Wettenhall of Paul, gent. that for a consideration of £300 Harvey will on 25 December 1830 convey to Wettenhall two houses divided into three dwellings, gardens and two meadows called Todden Coath and Polgrean (as GP621)

[no title]  GP621  8 July 1835

Contents:
Article of agreement between Robert Wettenhall of Manaccan, esq. and Charles Antridge of St. Keverne, esq. that for a consideration of £295 Wettenhall will on 15 July 1835 convey to Antridge property as GP620

Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP622  24 November 1905

Contents:
Agreement between Margaret Carlyon, wife of Edmund Lawrence Carlyon of Truro, esq., Jane Pearce Jago of Truro, spinster, Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, esq., John Hoskins of Bouthrop Farm, Eastleach, Glous., yeoman and Sarah Anne Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster with William Henry Hawkey of Kenwyn, farmer, relating to a lease for one year of 18/24 parts of a messuage in the manor of Ventongimps (16 acres) for a rent of £18 15s per annum

Mixed parishes  [no ref. or date]

St. Columb Major, Cubert, Helston, Penryn, Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP623  24 June 1651

Contents:
Covenant to levy a fine
1. Richard Carter of St. Columb Major, esq.
2. William Lenthall of London, merchant, Jobe Charleton of Ludford, Salop, esq., Edmund Kinge of Ludlow, Salop, esq., James Halse of Merther, gent. and John Legge of St. Columb Major, gent.
3. Henry Courtney of Lanivet, gent. and John Richards of Bodmin, gent.
1 to 2 with the consent of 3
Manors of Ellenwyn alias Halewyn alias Hellwyn and Ventongimps, messuages in Hellwyn, Penhall, Porth Island, Gullrock, Ventongimpes Veor, Ventongimpis Vyan, Chyandower, Marasonvose alias Marhasonvose and Gilbert in Perranzabuloe
Trevorneck in Cubert
Messuages in Penryn and Helston boroughs, formerly the inheritance of Richard Beard, deceased
Tomyows house and Collins house, quarter of the village of Bospalvan and a messuage in St. Columb Major Churchtown on the north side of the highway that leads from the town to the town well, formerly held by John Bonython, gent in St. Columb Major
Consideration: £300
With copy of common recovery, 1651

St. Clement and St. Erth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP624/1-2  11 December 1729

Contents:
Articles of agreement for a marriage settlement
1. William Davies of Bosworgey, St. Erth, gent.
2. William Davies of Truro, gent., eldest son of 1.
3. Charles Foss the elder of Mitchell, gent., and his only son, Charles Foss the younger of the same, gent.
4. Mary Foss, only daughter of Charles Foss the elder
Four fields called Pound Closes, St. Clement and messuages called Bossins [Bosence], St. Erth
Consideration: intended marriage of 2 and 4
With copy

Property not specified  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP625/1-2  16 September 1725

Contents:
Copy of articles of agreement
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trelevan, esq. and Elizabeth his wife (one of the sisters and co-heirs of Nicholas Kempe, late of Penryn, esq, deceased)
2. Samuel Kempe of Carclew, [Mylor], esq. and Thomas Worth of Penryn, merchant
Moiety of Nicholas Kempe's bequest to Elizabeth Tonkin to 2. in trust to the use of the said Elizabeth Tonkin for her life and the other moiety to 2. in trust to the use of the children of 1., Thomas, Frances, Joanna, Elizabeth and Mary Tonkin
With draft

No property  [no ref. or date]

[no title or date]  GP626

Contents:
Assignment of bond: for a consideration of £144 15s Richard Thomas of Veryan, gent., assigns to Charles Pye of St. Austell, clerk, a bond of £224 on 20 September 1746 for payment of £112 with interest by Johanna Tonkin, late of Mylor, spinster, since deceased, Mary Tonkin late of the same parish and now of Feock, spinster and Thomas Heyes, late of Gorran and now of Truro, gent. Assignment dated 22 July 1752

Settlements  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP627  18 October 1628

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by feoffment
1. John Rogers alias Chyton of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. Roger Rogers, 1.'s son and heir
Breanake [St. Agnes]
For marriage of 2. and Jone, daughter of John Trehauke of Menheniot, gent.

[no title]  GP628  11 February 1637/8

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by feoffment
1. John Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Haweis of Kea, gent., Hugh Bawden of Kea, gent., and William Gluvias and Tristram Moore of Penryn, yeomen
Messuages, grist and stamping mills, blowing house and crazing mill in Trevownans alias Trefownans
Consideration: marriage between Thomas Tonkyn, son and heir of 1. and Elyn Bawden, sister of Hugh Bawden of Kea and £200
1. to 2. for the life of John Tonkyn, after to the use of Thomas Tonkyn and Elyn Bawden and their heirs

[no title]  GP629  11 February 1638/9

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by assignment of lease for 99 years or three lives: 1.'s sons and daughter, Thomas, Humphrie and Jone Tonkyn
1. John Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Haweis of Kea, gent., Hughe Bawden and Nicholas Bawden, gents., and Tristram Moore of Penryn, gent.
Messuages in Chyton, Trevawnans, Turnanfor, Croftwalter and Chestes, with a house and garden in St. Agnes Churche Towne called Brushes Tenement and the other house there now held by 1.
Consideration: marriage between Thomas Tonkyn, son and heir of 1. and Elyn Bawden, sister of Hughe Bawden and Nicholas Bawden, and £100
Recites lease of 20 May 1635 by Peter Jenkyn of St. Columb Major to 1.

[no title]  GP630  4 August 1641

Contents:
Settlement by bargain and sale with feoffment
1. John Tonken of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Haweis, Hugh Bawden and Nicholas Bawden of Kea, gents.
Breannecke alias Breanacke and St. Agnes Churchtown [St. Agnes], lately held by Roger Rogers alias Beauchamp alias Chyton, Richard Cleder and John Enor, lately purchased by 1. from Roger Rogers alias Beauchamp alias Chyton
2. to hold land to the use of 1. for his life, then to the use of 1.'s son Thomas Tonken and his heirs

[no title]  GP631  7 March 1647/8

Contents:
Copy of post-nuptial settlement
1. Thomas Tonkin of Roche, yeoman
2. John Bawden of Roche, yeoman and Ralph Pound of St. Sampson
All property of 1. in Roche and fields of Tregoss and Pendeen which now are held by John Mock and Robert Edyvean and property in the town and fields of Retyre [Withiel] which are now held by Thomas Williams and Robert Pryn
To the use of 1. for his natural life, then to the use of Elizabeth his wife for her jointure and in recompense of her dower for her natural life, then to their heirs male or to John Tonkin, 1.'s brother and his heirs, or to Julian, 1.'s sister and her heirs

[no title]  GP632  1 May 1648

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by feoffment
1. Thomas Arundell of St. Columb Major, esq.
2. Richard Bluet, gent., one of the sons of Colan Bluet of Little Colan, esq. and Elizabeth Arundell, daughter of 1.
Consideration: marriage of 2.
Various properties in Prespineck [Prospidnick, Sithney], Truthall [Sithney], Helston, and, Prespinnecke [Prospidnick, Sithney], Trengove [?Constantine], Pollawyn [Colan], Polglase [?St. Erme], Cargillewe [Cargellow, Padstow], Bosseghen [Bossoghan, Colan], Carwingan [?Carwynnen, Crowan], Merthervin [Methern, Constantine], Helligie [?Halliggy, Mawgan-in-Meneage], Trespresin [Tresprison, Wendron], Streete St. John [?Streetanowan, St. Paul], Trevethick [Trevithick, St. Columb Major], Tretharrop, Tresowes [St. Gluvias], Trenoweth iuxta Lelant [Lelant], Treviskyn [Tresvescan, Sennen], Trevoryan [Trevorian, St. Buryan], Bosworles [Bosworlas, St. Just in Penwith], Chiros [Chyrose, St. Just in Penwith], St. Burrian [St. Buryan], Trenbothick [Trembothack, St. Buryan], Bossewan-kerris [Bossuen, St. Columb Major], Trembathwartha [Madron], Brembath Wollas [?Trembathwollas, Madron], Trendruny [?Trendine, Madron], Porthennys [Portenis, Paul], Brewenny [Brewinny, Paul], Mellenowth in Luggion [Ludgvan], Marcasivie, Eglesse Derry iuxta Helston [Eglosderry, Wendron], Truthall [Sithney], Berros [?Barras, St. Gluvias], Penwolva iuxta Mousehole [Penolva, Paul], Antrenon [Antron, Mabe], Talgaleneck [Treglennick, St. Ervan], Roswonne [?Rosewin, St. Enoder], Merthersidny [Merthersithney, Sithney], Nantresack [?Sithney], Lanarthineon [?Lanarth, St. Keverne or St. Anthony in Meneage], Boscaseck, Bovrigoe, Bossoghezmeon and Bossoghezvyan [?Bossoughan, Colan], Ponsmino, Penros iuxta Brue [Penrose, Sithney], Bologas [Bolloggas, Paul], Boscaseck wollas, Helston Borough, Redruth, Lamborne in Perran in zabulo and Mellenowth in St. Agnes
Note: the whereabouts of many of these places should be taken as tentative suggestions only!

[no title]  GP633  13 May 1670

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement
1. Henry Keigwin of Mousehole, yeoman
2. John Keigwin of the same, gent. and William Harry of Paul, yeoman
Moiety of property in Mousehole, namely -
Two closes in Brewniny (2½ acres) lately held by William Hichens;
a messuage lately held by Thomas Cooke;
a messuage called the Bakehowse;
a messuage called Hingy Hoskin;
a close of two acres called Parkehoskin;
a close of one and an eighth acre called Parkeanyeat;
a parcel of one eighth acre in a close called Parkeangrouse, lately held by Elizabeth Keigwin, widow [all in Paul]
2. to hold land for the use of 1. for his life, then for the life of 1.'s wife Anne, then their child/ren's lives or the heirs of 1.
Consideration: £40

[no title]  GP634  2 June 1673

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by lease and release [no lease]
1. Hugh Tonkinge of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Humfry Borlase of Trenthan, St. Erme, esq. and Henry Vincent, son and heir of Walter Vincent of Truro, esq.
Property in Trevownans, Breannecke, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenethicke, Melinseigh, Goonewyn, Goon-Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trenisicke, Bolster and Polglase, lately the inheritance of Thomas Tonkyn, gent., deceased, father of 1., moiety of the manor of Penwennacke [St. Agnes]
Consideration: marriage between 1. and Frances Vincent, daughter of Walter Vincent and £500

[no title]  GP635/1-2  16 October 1701

Contents:
Copy of post-nuptial settlement
1. Hugh Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq., and his son and heir Thomas Tonkin, gent., and his wife Elizabeth, one of the daughters of James Kempe of Penryn, merchant
2. Henry Vincent of Trelevan, esq.
3. John Hawes of Killeow, esq. and the said James Kempe
4. Thomas Carverth of Gluvias, gent., and Michaell Tonkin of St. Agnes, gent.
5. Edward Tregenna of Middle Temple, London, gent. and William Hamblyn of Middle Temple, gent.
6. Humphry Borlase of Treluddroe, esq.
1-2 to 3-4 to the uses of Hugh and Thomas Tonkin for their natural lives and an annuity of £300 except Ventongimps, Lambourne and Allett. After the death of Thomas Tonkin to the use of Elizabeth Tonkin for the term of her life plus an annuity of £150, with other uses
Manor and lordship of Trevawnans and messuages called Trevawnans, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenethick, Mellinseigh, Goenwin, Goen Earle, Andrewartha alias Drewartha, Trevisack, Bolster and Polglase, and the moiety of the manor of Penwennack, lately the inheritance of Thomas Tonkin esq., deceased, father of the said Hugh Tonkin, and the manor of Venton Kempts alias Venton Guimps, now or lately in the several holdings of John Cleather, gent, lately deceased, William Halse and his wife Prudence, John Lamerton, William Searle, Thomas Searle, Simon Searle, Elizabeth May, John Searle, James Oates, Jane Carveth, Sampson Payne, James Jory, John Cowling, Henry Jory, Thomas Roberts, Duense Jory, George Reynolds, Stephen Tepett, Nicholas Reynolds, Richard Nowell, Luke Withiell, George Bryan, Thomas Key, Eleanor Tipett, Stephen Soby, Richard Paull, John Soby, Ralph Cardell, Lewis Stub alias Tub, Richard Jacka, Mary Jory, William Tippett, William Jory, Johan Jennings, Johan Knava and John Jory, and the manors of Lamborne and Allett, now or lately held by Nicholas Willi[?ams], Thomas Oates, John Saunders and Stephen Oliver (Ventongimps, Lambourne and Allett were the inheritance of John Cleather and were purchased by Hugh Tonkin from Samuel Cleather)
Consideration: marriage of Thomas Tonkin and Elizabeth Kempe and £1500 paid to Hugh Tonkin by James Kempe
With Copy

[no title]  GP636  13 July 1708

Contents:
Copy of post-nuptial settlement
1. Henry Vincent of Trelevan, gent., his son and heir Henry Vincent, gent and Ann, wife of the said Henry Vincent (the son)
2. Abigail Stevens, widow of Robert Stevens, late of London, surgeon, deceased
3. Rev John King of Chelsea, Middlesex, Doctor of Divinity, and Lancelot Burton of Westminster, esq.
1. with the agreement of 2, to 3.
3. to hold in trust Orphans Stock and other annuities to purchase property for the use of Henry Vincent, son, for his natural life, then to Ann, his wife, for her life, and then to the use of their sons and their heirs male, and in default of such issue trustees to be appointed for 500 years for raising portions and maintenance for their daughters

[no title]  GP637  22 October 1708

Contents:
Copy of post-nuptial settlement
1. James Kempe of Penryn, merchant
2. Thomas Tonkin of Lambriggan, esq.
For natural love and affection which 1. has for his daughter Elizabeth, now wife of 2.
£500 plus interest to the use of any children of the above couple, but in the case of more than one child the eldest son and heir shall not have any part but the whole to be paid to the younger children
Endorsed: The 21st day of April Anno Dni 1733 Reced of the Executixes of Mr Thomas Worth the original deed wherof this is a copy...Tho: Tonkin jnr

[no title]  GP638  30 April 1711


Related information: See GP549-550

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement
1. Josias Free of Mitchell, gent.
2. Charles Foss of Mitchell, yeoman
A mansion house with garden, the backside, the slipp and the little parke in St. Enoder and a bowling alley, two closes, Carveathes Close and Three Corner Parke in Newlyn East

[no title]  GP639  10 September 1714

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement
1. Symon Tregea of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq. and Elizabeth his wife
3. Edward Haweis of the borough of Truro, gent.
Moiety of all the properties following: a blowing house, four stamping mills, a burning house, a tinhouse, a dryhouse in Trevellas Valle with three foot of land above the said tinhouse and dryhouse and from there directly to the sea with all land under the watercourse to the old Rivulet (but not the rivulet) and all that pool or Headware and all the land from the Tinners way leading to Pennals along to the sea between the watercourse and the ancient rivulet. And one dwelling house, lately erected and occupied by John Bennallack now held by 1. and James Croker, gent. with appurtenances, in Trevellas, St. Agnes (Duchy manor of Tywarnhaile)
Joan Kempe of Penryn, formerly of Mawnan, widow, mother of Elizabeth Tonkin and sister of 3. did on 25 April 1714 desire Thomas Hearle and John Worth of Penryn to deliver certain money to 3. and John Pearce gent., especially the interest of £200 which was to be used by Elizabeth Tonkin during her life for her own separate use exclusive of her husband and after her death to be divided between her younger children. Elizabeth Tonkin to use the £200 and a further £20 which she has paid to John Worth to acquire the abovesaid property. So, John Worth with the consent of 1., attornies, did appear at the manor court of Tywarnhaile held at St. Agnes Church Town before Zacharius Williams gent., deputy steward, James Harris and Nicholas Paul, customary tenants, and surrendered the abovesaid property. 3. admitted tenant to hold the property in trust for the use of Elizabeth Tonkin and her younger children for the term of their lives

[no title]  GP640  August 1748

Contents:
Copy of settlement
1. Thomas Heyes of St. Agnes, esq.
2. Lucy Heyes, wife of 1., daughter of James Tonkin, esq., deceased, and his wife Elizabeth
3. Osmond Beauvoir of Bedford Row, Middlesex, esq. and Edward Marton of Middle Row, Holborn, Middlesex
4. William Yates of London, brewer
5. John Nance of Tringoffe [?Warleggan] and Arthur Spry of Place, esq., trustees on behalf of 2.
Property in the manors of Trevaunance and Ventongimps [St. Agnes and Perranzabuloe]

[no title]  GP641  10 August 1785

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by lease and release
1. Elizabeth Clies of Penryn, widow
2. Margaret Clies of the same, daughter of 1.
3. George Chapman George of Clements Inn, Middlesex, gent.
4. James Dagge of Killigonoon, Feock, esq., John Thomas of Chiverton, Perranuthnoe, esq and Benjamin Heame of Penryn, esq.
Property as GP45 now leased to Caleb Knowles and Treleo Nantylewo (Trelew Nantrelew) alias Antiliowe, Mylor now held by Thomas Patrickson Brathwaite esq. to be held in trust by 4. for the use of 1. for her life, then to 3. for his life, then to 2. for her life, then to the child/ren of 2. and 3.
A messuage called Trevelvas Woollas, in the parish of Probus, in the manor of Tybesta, Duchy of Cornwall; a pair of Tin Bounds according to the custom of the Stannaries of Cornwall called Saint Matthewe's Bounds and four side bounds with two crofts called the Pitcrofts in the parish of Mylor, in the manor of Tregew, now let to Thomas Patrickson Braithwaite, esq. to be held in trust by Benjamin Hearne. Also capital
Consideration: £2000

Legal records  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP642  12 February 1613/4
Language:  Latin

Contents:
Exemplification of a verdict. Thomas John, late of St. Agnes, labourer, is distrained to reply to the plea of William Lukey for taking goods worth 40s and assaulting William Lukey. Lukey, through his attorney Thomas Howell, states that on 31 March 1612 John took 10 carats of tin and assaulted Lukey with swords, staffs and knives causing damage worth £20. John, through his attorney Nicholas Sprey, pleads not guilty and states that Thomas Tonkyn owns 3 acres at Trevawnans Moor and one mill there, land from which John took tin without Tonkyn's licence. Lukey claims that the moiety of Chivounder and Trevawnans Moor belonged to Robert Davies, esq. The case to continue at Launceston Castle, 22 March next. Endorsement claims that the verdict states that Trevaunance Moor (or Coombe) belongs to Trevaunance not Chyvounder

[no title]  GP643  30 May 1783

Contents:
Award by Martin Davis of Penryn, gent., Samuel Hext of Lostwithiel and John Thomas of Truro, gent., arbitrators in the case of Hugh Ley of Bath, gent. v Abraham Prout the Younger of St. Agnes, gent.
Prout to pay Ley £14 plus costs on 24 June 1783 in the dining room of the house of William Argall, Innkeeper, in St. Agnes Church-Town
Ley to allow Prout to possess his one third part of lands in Penwinnick called Sticklers Field and Sticklers Croft as part of the premises granted to him by Mary Foss, spinster, deceased by two leases dated 3 December 1761 and 22 January 1778
Prout to deliver to Ley one eighth and two thirds of one eighth part of land in Penwinnick called Solomons Meadow, lately held by Hugh Solomon, and now by the said Prout

[no title]  GP644/1-2  2 July 1790

Contents:
Case relating to Trevellas Water Course and copy

[no title]  GP645  ?late 17th or early 18th century

Contents:
Draft letter from Thomas Tonkyn of St. Agnes, gent. to Orlando Bridgeman, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, relating to a dispute against Paul Williams of St. Agnes, yeoman, over the boundaries of Trevaunance

Various parishes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP646  nd

Contents:
State of the charge and demands of Thomas Heys and his wife Lucy (daughter and heir of James Tonkin) on John Enys, esq., listing deeds 1692-1745.
Property noted: Tything Garbe [Perranzabuloe], Chyton Trevawnance alias Trevawnans, Turnafore alias Turnaford alias Turnafor, Craft Walker alias Croft Walter, Brushes Tenement in St. Agnes Churchtown, Hugh and Michael Tonkin's house in St. Agnes Churchtown, all in St. Agnes Chysise alias Chyseyse, St. Agnes, lately held by John Roose Bryanyck alias Bryaneck alias Breaneck alias the Church Town of St. Agnes Pool, St. Agnes Church Town, "being a place to make Dung or Soil" lately held by Nicholas Paul All the aforementioned premises were the inheritance of Peter Jenkin, then late of Trekenning [St. Columb Major], esq., deceased Moiety of Bryaneck and Chywounder, St. Agnes, partly bounded by a close called Park an Carne, including the tin bounds called Polbreen Tin within the manors of Helston in Kerrier [Breage, Cury, Helston, Stithians, Wendron], Tewington [St. Austell] and moiety of the manor of Tywarnhaile [St. Agnes, Perranzabuloe] Toll tin in the manors of Carnedon Prior [Linkinhorne], Treverbyn Courtney [St. Austell], Stoake [Stokeclimsland], Clastocke [Calstock], Rillaton [Linkinhorne], Liskeard, Toll tin in Tywarnhaile Tyas [St. Agnes, Perranzabuloe] Tenements called Trevawnans alias Trevawnas, Porth Chapple, Goen Erle, Trenethick, Treneartha and Lenobrye [St. Agnes] Tin mines: St. George, Chiltons, the Pells, Whele Dreath, Polbrean, Whele Jolly, Whele Kinns, Whele Trevawnas, Whele Cotes and Truan, Whele Wolla, Whele Grouse, Carnekye, Trydennars, Turnaford, Turnavores, Barndees, Strippin, Whele Dreaths, Cleggars, Kellyars, Goonlaze, Whele West, Whele Tees, Whele Gentle, Whele Widdins, Whele Pyes, Whele Collan, Pollestenns, Cantermans, Carraclose, Churchtown Adit, Whele Drunkard [St. Agnes, Camborne, Gwennap, Illogan, Kea, Linkinhorne, Perranzabuloe and Redruth] Messuages in Trevawnance, Breaneck, Chyton, Chyvounder, Towen, Trenethick, Melinseigh, Goen Win, Goen Erle, Trewartha alias Drewartha, Trenizacke, Bolster and Polglaze [St. Agnes, Cubert and St. Erme] Manors of Ffenton Gimps alias Venton Gwimps, Lambourne, Allett, and moiety of Penwennack Messuages called Chyvownder, Chynalls, Trenethicke, Trevisacke Banns, Goen Free alias Gon Bre alias Porth Chapple, Presincoll, Trevisack alias Lenobry [Lennabray], all in St. Agnes, Whele Rose, St. Agnes
Includes Lucy Heyes' pedigree

[no title]  GP647  ?1740s

Contents:
Interrogatory in the case Mrs Heyes against Mr Heyes relating to the inheritance of Thomas Tonkin's estate

Probate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP648  1651

Contents:
Copy of the will of Richard Daniell of St. Agnes, yeoman, property includes Chiskewes [Perranzabuloe], Ventongimps [Perranzabuloe], Stencoos [St. Agnes], Trevethisbe the Lower also known as Carrowes Tenement, will made 17 May 1651, proved at the Prerogative Court at Westminster, 4 December 1654

[no title]  GP649  1659

Contents:
Will of Humphry Tonkin the elder of St. Agnes, gent., 6 September

[no title]  GP650/1-4  1689

Contents:
Will of John Cleather of Ventongimps, gent., property includes Lambourne, Ventongimps, Tresawson [?Tresawzen], [Perranzabuloe], will made 2 March 1688, with copies and receipt of 27 January

[no title]  GP651  1713

Contents:
Copy of the will of Joanne Kemp of Mawnan, widow, will made 13 September 1713, proved 2 October 1714

[no title or date]  GP652

Contents:
Copy of the will of Shadrach Vincent, clerk, rector of Bratton Clovelly, Devon, endorsed a copy of my Uncle Shad Vincent's last will and testament (with note that he died 4 December 1823), will dated 29 August 1723

[no title]  GP653  24 April 1730

Contents:
Administration of the goods of James Kempe, formerly of Penryn, deceased, granted to Elizabeth Tonkin, wife of Thomas Tonkin, esq. and daughter of James Kempe

[no title or date]  GP654

Contents:
Copy of the will of Charles Foss, will made 9 May 1731, proved 12 September 1733

[no title]  GP655  29 May 1731

Contents:
Will of Mary Foss of Mitchell, widow

[no title]  GP656  27 January 1745

Contents:
Administration granted to Joanna Tonkin, spinster, of the effects of her brother, Thomas Tonkin of Gorran, bachelor

[no title or date]  GP657

Contents:
Copy of the will of Johanna Tonkin of Feock, spinster, will made 7 July 1749, proved on 28 October 1749

[no title or date]  GP658

Contents:
Probate of will of William Clies of Flushing, esq., 26 April 1760. Will dated 21 July 1749.

[no title]  GP659  19 September 1750

Contents:
Adminstration granted to Mary Tonkin, spinster, of the effects of her brother, Thomas Tonkin of Gorran, bachelor

[no title]  GP660  nd

Contents:
Copy of the probate of the will of Thomas Pascoe of Lariggan, Madron, esq., proved on 27 June 1818. Copy dated 13 November 1848

[no title]  GP661  nd

Contents:
Copy of the will of James Pascoe of Penzance, gent., deceased, dated 9 December 1826

[no title]  GP662  1832

Contents:
Will of William Hocking, late of Falmouth, baker, 12 July

[no title]  GP663  16 April 1833

Contents:
Letter from E. H. Pogson to James Halse, esq., MP, relating to the will of Thomas Pascoe

[no title]  GP664  nd

Contents:
Copy of the will of James Halse of St. Ives, esq., proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury on 18 September 1838, with note that he died on 14 May 1838

[no title]  GP665/1-6  1839

Contents:
Stamp Office legacy receipts relating to the estate of James Halse of St. Ives, esq.

[no title]  GP666  nd

Contents:
Confirmation of codicil to the will of James Halse, esq., from Mrs Elizabeth Ley of Penzance, widow, one of the sisters and co-heirs of James Halse, late of Penzance, esq., MP, to Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq., her son, relating to the Barton of Kerris, Paul, 31 May 1842

[no title]  GP667  nd

Contents:
Administration of Richard Ivey Hocking, late of St. Clement, cordwainer, deceased, 18 October 1849

[no title]  GP668  1877

Contents:
Probate of the will of Catherine Edmonds, late of Falmouth, spinster, who died 12 March 1878. Will dated 6 November 1877. Proved 16 March 1881

[no title]  GP669/1-2  nd

Contents:
Copy of the will of Sarah Ivey Hocking of Falmouth, widow, 6 November 1877. Proved at Bodmin, 28 July 1884

Parish records  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP670/1-2  4 July 1396

Contents:
Decree of official of Canterbury to the Deans of Penwith and Pydar and William Kelwe, public notary of the diocese of Exeter to revoke an interdict on the chapel of St. Agnes, dated at London,
With revocation of interdict on the chapel of St. Agnes by Benedict Canterbury, official of the peculiar jurisdiction of Edmund [Stafford], bishop of Exeter, witnesses being John Tregek, rector of St. Erme, Laurence Billyng, vicar of St. Allen, Nicholas Oby of St. Ewnini [ocb]Uny] iuxta Redruth, John Trenysek, canon, and John Don, canon, John Ran Resvenny, Nicholas Cardrew, Richard Treruff, John Amydov, Laurence Trevelon, Henry Myncoys, John Wilkyn, John Trelek and Humphry Carbonlan', dated 6 January 1395/6
With transcript

St. Erme  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP671  23 February 1820

Contents:
Letter from Dr. C. Cardew to Hugh Ley of Battersea, London, esq., acknowleding the receipt of a subscription towards the building of a new church at St. Erme

Paul  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP672  16 October 1841

Contents:
Copy of enclosure award details relating to Brewinney Common alias Paul Downs, Paul, made by John Scobell of Nancealverne, esq. and John Paynter of Boskenna, St. Buryan

Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP673/1-3  1612

Contents:
Rate made by the twelve men of the parish for and towards the repairs of Perranzabuloe Church, with names of occupiers and tenements, 1 October 1612
With copy (?late 17th century) and transcript

Mining records  [no ref. or date]

Letters patent  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP674  30 July 1858

Contents:
Letters patent
1. Queen Victoria
2. John Davey, mine agent, Hugh Sims, accountant, John Mayne, mine agent, William Hodge, smith, and John Gerrans, all of Gwennap.
Patent licence (no. 1726) for 14 years for "An improved construction of valve applicable to various descriptions of engines or machinery".
Stamp duty: £50
Great Seal

Setts  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP675  13 February 1670/1

Contents:
Tinwork Bounds
One third portions each cut by: Stephen Tonkin, Hugh Tonkin, son of Thomas Tonkin, gent., and Thomas Tonkin son of Humfry Tonkin, gent.
Whele An Vaine, St. Agnes.
The east corner adjoins with Parke An Gwins, the north corner is in Guddons Clift, the west corner in Rose An Clies Clift, and the south corner in Rose An Clies Quarrye

[no title]  GP676  14 February 1714

Contents:
Sett
1. Thomas Tonkin of Trevaunance, esq.
2. James Croker of St. Agnes, gent., John Daniell and John Hodge of St. Agnes, tinners and their co-partners
¾ of tin at Bowling Green Croft, part of Penwennack
Dish: 1/5
To be held according to the custom of the Stannary of Tywarnhaile. All tin to be stamped at the stamping mill belonging to 1., and ¾ of pits to be filled in on completion of the work

[no title]  GP677  1 December 1803

Contents:
Copper Sett
1. John Williams of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Thomas Garland of Illogan, yeoman
One third part of Towan
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/3 of 1/12 for three years then 1/3 of 1/10
With plan

[no title]  GP678  21 January 1820

Contents:
Counterpart Sett
1. John Williams of St. Agnes, gent.
2. John Wilson of Crescent Minories, London, esq. and James Hall of Kent Road, Surrey, esq.
One third of Towan
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/3 of 1/24

[no title]  GP679  1 January 1834

Contents:
Sett
1. Anthony Williams of St. Agnes, gent, and John Tonkin of St. Agnes, yeoman
2. James Stephens of St. Agnes, mine agent, William Mount of London, esq. and Daniel Wilkinson of London, merchant
One third and 1/72 part of Towan
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/3 of 1/18 and 1/72 of 1/18
Endorsed: Great Wheal Charlotte Mine

[no title]  GP680  13 May 1853

Contents:
Counterpart Sett
1. Anthony Williams of St. Agnes, gent., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., William Webster of Illogan, gent., John Morgan Ley of Penzance, Lieutenant Colonel in the service of the Honourable East India Company, Edwin Ley of Penzance, esq. and John Geach of Kenwyn, gent.
2. Henry Pering Pellew Crease and Edward Smith Crease of 50 Threadneedle St., Middlesex and William Thomas of Pool, Illogan, mine agent
72/144 of Towan including Great Wheal Charlotte mine
Term: 21 years
Dish: 71/144 of 1/24

[no title]  GP681  29 November 1871

Contents:
Sett
1. Henry Valentine Grantham of West Keal Hall, Lincolnshire, esq. and William Bolitho the Younger of Ponsandane, esq., Edwin Ley of Wall near Lichfield, Stafford, esq., John Jago of Falmouth, gent., Joseph Newton of St. Agnes, gent., Edward Geach of Ashburton, Devon, gent., John Iabez Geach of Bristol, gent., James Evans of Illogan, gent, and Martin Tredinnick Hichens of St. Agnes, merchant
2. John Norkill of Killingbeck Lodge, Leeds, Yorkshire, esq., the said John Evans and John Burall Reynolds of Bishopsgate Street, London, esq.
Part of Chilly and Chytodden tenements
Term: 21 years
Dish: various
Endorsed: part of St. Agnes Consols
Endorsed in pencil: West Kitty
With plan of St. Agnes Consols Mine

[no title]  GP682  13 June 1881

Contents:
Counterpart of extension of Sett
1. Hugh Halse Ley of 90 Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, Middlesex. esq., John Jago of Falmouth, esq., William Langdon Martin of Plympton, Devon, esq., David Wise Bain of Portreath, esq., John Hichins of St. Agnes, gent., Edward Geach of Richmond, Surrey, gent., John Iabez Geach of Pouch near Bristol, engineer and James Evans of Illogan, gent., and Martin Tredinnick Hitchuns of St. Agnes, gent. (last name crossed out)
2. John Burrall Reynolds of 37 Walbrook, London, stock and share dealer
Extension of West Kitty Sett, Chilly and Chytodden tenements

[no title]  GP683  18 May 1888

Contents:
Counterpart of extension of Sett
1. Hugh Halse Ley of Beckenham, Kent, esq., James Jago of Truro, esq., doctor of medicine, David Wise Bain of Redruth, esq., John Hitchins of St. Agnes, merchant, Sarah Anne Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster, Anne each of Shipton Mayne, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, widow. Charles Twite of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Anna Twite, wife of Charles Twite
3. Emma Hitchens of Chacewater, widow
4. John Burall Reynolds of 37 Walbrook, London, stock and share dealer, William Marshall Lennox of 70 Ivydale Road, Nunhead, Surrey, minister of religion, George Budd of 60 Hilldrop Crescent, Camden Road, Middlesex, gent.
1-3 to 4
Chytodden tenement, to the north of West Kitty Sett
Term: 21 years
Dish: various
With plan

[no title]  GP684/1-3  19 May 1888

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. Francis Gilbert Enys of Enys, esq., Hugh Halse Ley of Beckenham, Kent, esq., James Jago of Truro, esq., Doctor of Medicine, David Wise Bain of Redruth, esq., John Hitchins of St. Agnes, merchant, Sarah Anne Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster, Anne Geach of Shipton Mayne, Tetbury, Gloucestershire, widow and Charles Twite of St. Agnes
2. Anna Twite, wife of the said Charles Twite
3. Emma Hitchens of Chacewater, widow
4. James Pellatt Rickman of Coxhills House, Chobham, Surrey, esq. and Robert Milburn of Cintra Beckenham, esq.
1 with the agreement of 2-3 to 4
Wheal Friendly Stamping Mills, Chytodden Estate. See GP38
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/18 and 120 per annum plus rent for the stamping mills. With plan

[no title]  GP685/1-2  26 March 1890

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. Francis Gilbert Enys of Enys, esq., William Bolitho the younger of Ponsandane, esq., James Jago of Truro, esq., doctor of medicine, David Wise Bain of Redruth, esq., John Hitchens of St. Agnes, merchant, Sarah Anne Wrightson of Richmond, Surrey, spinster and Henry Paige of Redruth, gent. and Charles Twite of St. Agnes, gent.
2. Anna Twite, wife of Charles Twite
3. Emma Hitchens of Chacewater, widow
4. Rev. William Marshall Lennox, 70 Ivydale Road, Nunhead, Middlesex, minister of religion, George Budd of 60 Hilldrop Crescent, Camden Road, Middlesex, esq. and John Burall Reynolds of 37 Walbrook, London, esq.
1-3 to 4
Chytodden, Chilly and Trevaunance tenements
Term: 19 years
Dish: various
Endorsed: West Kitty Mine
With plan
With counterpart

[no title]  GP686/1-3  5 December 1901

Copies information: Three copies


Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. Francis Gilbert Enys of Enys, esq.
2. Richard Foster Bolitho of Ponsandane, Penzance, esq.
3. Margaret Carlyon, wife of Edmund Laurence Carlyon of Truro, esq.
4. Jane Pearce Jago of Truro
5. John Hitchins of St. Agnes, esq., William Naylor Carne of St. Agnes, esq. and William Joseph Clarke of Redruth, bank manager
6. Sarah Anne Wrightson of Hill Rise, Richmond, Surrey, spinster
7. Henry Paige of Redruth, gent.
8. Charles Twite of St. Agnes, gent.
9. Anna Twite, wife of 8.
10. Samuel Thomas Bishop of 54 Melbourne Grove, East Dulwich, Surrey, accountant, John Williams of St. Agnes, mine manager and Joel Carter Hooper of St. Agnes, mine manager
1-8 with the agreement of 9 to 10
Part of Chytodden Estate
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/18 and an annual sum to be divided among the parties
Endorsed: Wheal Friendly Mine and Stamping Mills
With plan

Constantine  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP687  25 March 1869

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. Benjamin Dunstan of Constantine, gent.
2. Charles Bawden of St. Day, mine agent
Tenement in Sevorgan, now held by 1. (Wheal East New Lovell)
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/20

Gwennap  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP688  15 May 1851

Contents:
Sett
1. Richard Plantagenet Campbell Nugent Chandos Grenville Temple, Marquis of Chandos
2. Francis Bottral of Camborne, mine agent and Francis Pryor of Gwennap, mine broker
11/16 of part of the manor of Tolcarne (Wheal Cathedral)
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/18 of 11/16
With plan

[no title]  GP689  20 November 1851

Contents:
Sett
1. Charles Trelawny of Coldrenick, esq.
2. Francis Bottrall of Camborne, mine agent and Francis Pryor of Redruth, mine agent
5/16 of part of the manor of Tolcarne (Wheal Cathedral)
Term: 21 years
Dish: 5/16 of 1/18
With plan

Gwinear  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP690  16 April 1872

Contents:
Sett
1. William Huthnance of Rosewarne, Gwinear, gent.
2. Walter Pike of Camborne, gent, and John Watson of 13 George Yard, Lombard Street, London, gent.
North Rosewarne mine
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/18
With plan

Kenwyn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP691/1-8  4 April 1857

Contents:
Counterpart of licence
1. Joseph Michell of Gwennap, gent.
2. John Henry Mutchison of 117 Bishopsgate St., London, esq. and Matthew George Painter of Truro, surgeon
1 has 2/3 of Groses, Penhaidarva and Culverns tenements and is under contract to purchase the remaining 1/3
1 grants to 2 licence to search for and mine metal and metal ores
Term: 21 years
Dish: 2/3 of 1/18
With correspondence relating to Penhaldarva Mine, 1861-1862
With plan

Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP692  30 April 1754

Contents:
Sett
1. Mary Tonkin of Feock, spinster
2. John Jory, blackmith and William Clyma, tinner, both of Perranzabuloe
Stoney Croft in Pencrease tenement, Perranzabuloe, now occupied by Francis Searle, yeoman, and a shaft already begun on the north corner of the said premises within the manor of Ventongimps
Covenant: to hold according to the custom of the Stannary of Tywarnhaile
Dish: one seventh

Redruth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP693  1 August 1855

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. Robert Roskrow of Illogan, gent.
2. Thomas Clark, 3 Deans Court, Doctors Commons, London, gent., Nicholas Lockyer of Plymouth, Devon, esq. and Nicholas Harvey of Hayle, gent.
Moiety of Blue Works Meadows
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/40 and £5 per annum
With plan

[no title]  GP694  16 September 1872

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. John Michael Williams of Caerhays Castle, esq.
2. John Jose of Falmouth, gent., John Davey of Gwennap, mine agent, William Tregay of Redruth, mine agent and Francis William Michell of Redruth, civil engineer
1/6 of Cardrew, manor of Redruth
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/6 of 1/18 and £5 per annum
With plan

[no title]  GP695  17 September 1872

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. John Michael Williams of Caerhays Castle, esq.
2. John Jose of Falmouth, gent., John Davey of Gwennap, mine agent and William Tregay of Redruth, mine agent
1/6 of Cardrew and Cardrew Downs, manor of Redruth
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/6 of 1/18 and £5 per annum
Endorsed in pencil: Wheal Prussia
With plan

[no title]  GP696  12 October 1872

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. John Michael Williams of Caerhays Castle, esq.
2. William Page Cardozo of Camborne, gent., William Tregay of Redruth, mine agent and Edward Borlase of Redruth, mining engineer
One moiety of 47/60 parts of the manor of South Trefula (Wheal Cupid)
Term: 21 years
Dish: moiety of 47/60 of 1/15 and £7 16s 8d per annum
With plan

Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP697/1-2  26 December 1850

Contents:
Counterpart of Sett
1. James Trevenen of New Shoreham, Sussex and Sampson Sandys of Upper Eaton Street, Plimlico, Middlesex, esq., trustees of Jane Penneck Hill, late of Helston, widow
2. Thomas Julian of Helston, grocer, George Lanyon of the same place, ironmonger and Richard Rooke Michell of Marazion, gent.
Franchis tenement, now held by Elizabeth Thomas, widow, and Higher Trelubbus, now held by Richard Tucker and Richard John Libby
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/24
With plan
With letter from Henry Rogers of Helston, gent., to Henry Middleton relating to a draft sett (duchy lease), 11 September 1869

[no title]  GP698  1 December 1853

Contents:
Sett
1. James Trevenen of Dundee, esq., Rev. William John Trevenen of Tunbridge Wells, Kent, clerk and Charles Augustus Vivian of Pencalenick, esq.
2. Harriette Maria, wife of Rev. John Vivian Vivian of Cardinham, clerk
3. Nicholas Harvey of St. Erth, gent. and Robert Hart Pike of Camborne, gent.
Moiety of Great White Alice tenement
Term: 21 years
Dish: one moiety of 1/18

Camborne and Gwithian  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP699  14 October 1873

Contents:
Sett
1. James Evans of Nance, Illogan, gent., John Davey of Gwennap, gent., Josiah Thomas of Camborne, gent., Charles Harvey Tonking of Camborne, chemist, John Holman of Camborne, founder, William Bawden of Kea, mine agent, Thomas Trevarten Whear of Camborne, stationer, William Tregay of Redruth, gent. and Richard Gluyas Thomas of Camborne, agent, all members of the "English Arsenic Company"
2. Thomas Spargo of Gresham House, Old Broad Street, London, stock and share dealer and Edwin Miller of 5, Whitehall, Westminster, gent.
New Mills Tenement
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/18 and £20 per annum

St. Ives and Lelant  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP700  9 October 1882

Contents:
Sett
1. John Charles Williams of Werrington Parks, Devon, esq.
2. Henry Gruning of 3-4 Great Winchester Street Buildings, London, esq., Thomas Saunders of 120 Holland Road, Kensington, Middlesex, esq. and Josiah Beazley of Woodroffe House, The Mall, Chiswick, Middlesex, esq.
Part of tenements of Vinegonner alias Vinnigonliar, Fuggoe, Carninney, Chyangweale and Vowas Vean in Lelant, and Treloyhan in St. Ives
Term: 14 years
Rent: £15
With plan and schedule of land
Endorsed in pencil: never carried out

Duchy leases  [no ref. or date]

Manor of Helston in Kerrier  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP701  7 May 1852

Contents:
Duchy lease for 21 years
1. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales
2. Nicholas Harvey of Hayle and Robert Hart Pike of Camborne, gent.
Metals in Calvadnack, manor of Helston in Kerrier
Term: 21 years
Dish: 1/15 or 1/18 if a steam engine is built and £10 per annum

[no title]  GP702  12 November 1856

Contents:
Duchy lease for 16 years
1. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales
2. Nicholas Harvey of Hayle, merchant and Robert Hart Pike of Camborne, gent.
All mines, veins and beds of metal and metallic ore, manor of Helston in Kerrier
Dish: 1/15 or 1/18 after a steam engine is built
Endorsed: Land adjoining Calvadnac Sett

Receipts  [no ref. or date]

Pulbera Mine, St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP703  21 March 1782

Contents:
Receipt from Samuel Jago to Hugh Ley for £26 10s being half a year's rent for a water course driving an engine in Pulbera Mine

Maps and plans (except Ordnance Survey)  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP704  1831

Contents:
Map of the manor of Goonearl, scale 3 chains: 1 in, size 98 x 158 cm

[no title]  GP705  1843

Contents:
Plan of St. Agnes, scale 40 chains: 5 in, size 149 x 98 cm

[no title]  GP706/1-3  1866

Copies information: With copies


Contents:
Map of the manor of Goonearl, scale 2 chains: 1 in, size 85 x 160 cm

[no title]  GP707  30 December 1870

Contents:
Plan of New Wheal Charlotte, surveyed by S. J. G. Downing, scale 33 fathoms: 1 in, size 80 x 96 cm

[no title]  GP708  19 July 1882

Contents:
Plan of Trevaunance Coombe, scale 4 fathoms: 1 in, 108 x 345 cm

[no title]  GP709/1  12 March 1901

Contents:
Plan of the water supply of Wheal Rose, Skinners Bottom and Blackwater, surveyed by Nicholas Trestrail of Redruth, scale 1 mile: 25 in, size 85 x 113 cm

[no title]  GP709/2  1901

Contents:
Plan of ground required for pump well and windmill tower, Wheal Rose, surveyed by Nicholas Trestrail of Redruth, scale 4 ft: 1 in, size 33 x 60 cm

[no title]  GP710  1901

Contents:
Plan of proposed new Wesleyan Chapel, Silverwell, scale 4 ft: 1 in, size 54.5 x 76 cm

[no title]  GP711/1  October 1930

Contents:
Plan of Wheal Friendly, surveyed by Wheal Kitty Tin Ltd., scale 48 ft: 1 in, size 98 x 105 cm

[no title]  GP711/2  October 1930

Contents:
Transverse section of Wheal Friendly, surveyed by Wheal Kitty Tin Ltd.

Budock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP712  1 October 1885

Conditions of access: Unfit for use

Contents:
Tracing of Budock tithe map, 1840, examined by Thomas Gill, surveyor of Penryn, no scale, size 160 x 150 cm

Gwennap  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP713  July 1830

Contents:
Plan of Scorrier and Tolgullow, the property of John Hawke, including field names, surveyed by R. Symons, scale 2 chains: 1 in, size 54 x 73 cm

[no title]  GP714  ?19th century

Contents:
Plan of North Treskerby Mine, surveyed by R. Gray of St. Day, scale 20 fathoms: 1 in, size 67 x 100 cm

[no title]  GP715/1  ?late 19th century

Contents:
Plan of Treskerby, scale 4 chains: 1 in, size 38 x 39 cm

[no title]  GP715/2  ?late 19th century

Contents:
Tracing of Treskerby, no scale, size 74 x 53 cm

[no title]  GP716  ? late 19th century

Contents:
Map of Tolgulla, the property of E.H. Hawke, esq., scale 2 chains: 1 in, size 66 x 99 cm

[no title]  GP711/3  1911

Contents:
Plan of Burnwithen watercourses, size 100 x 69 cm

[no title]  GP717/1  ? early 20th century

Contents:
Plan of Parkanchy tin mine, 20 ft: 1 in, size 175 x 148 cm

[no title]  GP717/2  10 April 1935

Contents:
Plan of Parkanchy tin mine longitudinal section of lode, scale 1:240, size 152 x 77 cm

[no title]  GP717/3  10 April 1935

Contents:
Plan of Parkanchy tin mine longitudinal section of lode, scale 1:240, size 150 x 93 cm

[no title]  GP717/4  10 April 1935

Contents:
Plan of Parkanchy tin mine transverse section, scale 1:480, size 106 x 59 cm

Illogan  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP718  ? 19th century

Contents:
Transverse section of an unnamed mine near Old Wheal Bassett (marked in pencil Nancekuke and Tywarnhaile), scale 10 fathoms: 1 in, size 158 x 221 cm

Perranarworthal  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP719/1  ?1910

Contents:
Site plan of Mellingey Water showing Perranwell, Mellingey, Tarrandean and part of the Redruth and Chacewater railway, scale 1:2500, size 41 x 76 cm

[no title]  GP719/2  7 April 1910

Contents:
Plan of Mellingey water, signed by Nicholas Trestrail, civil engineer of Redruth, scale 100 ft: 1 3/16 in, size 56 x 98 cm

[no title]  GP719/3  7 April 1910

Contents:
Section plan of Mellingey Water, signed by Nicholas Trestrail, civil engineer of Redruth, scale 100 ft: 2 in horizontal and 10ft: 2½ in vertical, size 38½ x 115 cm

[no title]  GP719/4  7 April 1910

Contents:
Plan of Mellingey Water showing a water wheel, signed by Nicholas Trestrail, civil engineer of Redruth, scale 10 ft x 2½ in, size 41 x 72.5 cm

Perranzabuloe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP720  1842

Contents:
Plan of the manor of Ventongimps, scale 4 chains: 1 in, size 105 x 133 cm

[no title]  GP721  1843

Contents:
Plan of Perranzabuloe, published by R. Symons, scale 40 chains: 5 in, 103 x 198 cm

[no title or date]  GP722/1-2

Contents:
Plaintiff's (Ley and others v Peter) plan of part of the manor of Ventongimps showing disputed meadows, surveyed by Brenton Symons of Truro, scale 2 chains: 1 in, size 68 x 88 cm, summer assizes 1857
With copy

[no title]  GP722/3  1857

Contents:
Enlarged plan of disputed meadows, manor of Ventongimps, scale 44 ft: 1 in, size 55.5 x 68.5 cm

[no title]  GP723  ?1873

Contents:
Plan of Great South Chiverton, scale 8 fathoms: 1 in, size 152 x 193 cm

[no title]  GP724  1886

Contents:
Map of Lambourne Common as apportioned to the owners of the manor showing Lambourne Castle, footpaths, etc., surveyed by R. Symons of Truro, scale 10 chains: 3½ in, size 62 x 88 cm

St. Pinnock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP725  ?early 20th century

Contents:
Plan of Trago Powder Mills, Blastine Explosives Ltd., scale 200 ft: 1 in, size 55.5 x 63 cm

Radruth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP726  ? post 1883

Contents:
Plan of the manor of Redruth, including divisions of landownership, no scale, size 55 x 79 cm

[no title]  GP727  1892

Contents:
Plan of drainage proposals, Coose Lane, surveyed by Sampson Hill, scale 8 ft: 1 in, size 70.5 x 66 cm

[no title]  GP728  ?late 19th century

Contents:
Map of part of the parish of Redruth showing iron foundry and tin stamps, surveyed by William Brenton of Redruth, scale 2 chains: 1 in, size 68 x 96.5 cm

[no title]  GP729  ? 19th century

Contents:
Plan of Pednandrea United Mines, scale 40 fathoms: 5 in, size 133 x 179 cm

[no title]  GP730  March 1918

Contents:
Plan of Tolvean, scale 1:500, size 52 x 60 cm

[no title]  GP731/1-6  ?late 19th- or early 20th - century

Contents:
Plans of Wheal Buller, surveyed by Symons, scale 20 fathoms: 1 in, size 68 x 102 cm

Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP732  1796

Contents:
Plan of the property of John Trevenon, esq, scale 3 chains: 1 in, size 69 x 170 cm

Mixed  [no ref. or date]

St. Agnes, Gwennap, Illogan and Redruth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP733  1861

Contents:
Plan of Treskerby, Wheal Busy and Tolgus mining district, surveyed by R. Symons, scale: 1 chain: 11/16 in, size 71 x 88 cm

[no title]  GP734  1870

Contents:
Plan of St. Agnes mining district, surveyed by R. Symons, scale 60 chains: 1 in, 60 chains: 5 in, size 74 x 106 cm

Camborne, Gwennap, Illogan and Redruth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP735  ?mid-late 19th century

Contents:
Map of Camborne, Illogan, Redruth and Gwennap mining district, R. Symons, scale 16 chains: 1 inch, 400 fathoms: 1 inch, size 74 x 112 cm

Camborne and Illogan  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP736  29 January 1887

Contents:
Mining setts on the Great Flat Lode (Condurrow and Wheal Grenville, Camborne, and West Wheal Bassett and West Wheal Frances, Illogan), scale 16 fathoms: 1 in, 107 x 250 cm

West Cornwall  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP737  1907

Contents:
Sketch map of west Cornwall showing relative positions of mines, compiled by Captain J S Henderson, surveyor, of Camborne, scale 1 in: 1 mile, 97 x 123 cm

Ordnance Survey maps  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP738  1906

Contents:
OS, XXIII.15, 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 73 x 103 cm

[no title]  GP739  late 19th- or early 20th-century

Contents:
OS, LVI.11, scale 1:2500, size 64 x 95 cm

[no title]  GP740  ?late 19th century

Contents:
OS, LVI.14-16 (part), scale 1:2500, size 206 x 64 cm

[no title]  GP741  1897

Contents:
OS, LVII.5, scale 1:2500, size 71 x 105 cm

[no title or date]  GP742/1-3

Contents:
OS, LVII.9, 1st edition, scale 1:2500, size 106 x 71 cm, 107 x 73cm, 88 x 90cm

[no title]  GP742/4  1887

Contents:
OS, LXIII.11, 1st edition, scale 1:2500, size 107 x 69 cm

[no title]  GP743  ?late 19th century

Contents:
OS, LXIII.2-4 (part), scale 1:2500, size 217 x 64 cm

[no title]  GP744  ?late 19th century

Contents:
OS, LXIII.3 (part), scale 1:2500, size 106 x 37cm

[no title]  GP745  ?late 19th century

Contents:
OS, LXIII.7-8 (part), scale 1:2500, size 128 x 64 cm

[no title]  GP746  1906

Contents:
OS, LXIII.8 (part), 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 60 x 80cm

[no title]  GP747  1878

Contents:
OS, LXII.16, surveyed by Lieutenant H R G Georges, scale 1:2500, size 72 x 105 cm

[no title]  GP748  1891

Contents:
OS, LXIV.5, scale 1:2500, size 73 x 105 cm

[no title]  GP749  1907

Contents:
OS, LXIV.10, 2nd edition, LXIV.10, scale 1:2500, size 73 x 104 cm

[no title]  GP750  ?late 19th century

Contents:
OS, LXVIII.10, scale 1:2500, size 52 x 100cm

[no title]  GP751  ?late 19th century

Contents:
OS, LXVIII.14, scale 1:2500, size 51 x 100 cm

[no title]  GP752  1907

Contents:
OS, LXXI.6, 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 105 x 73 cm, with notes

[no title]  GP753  1907

Contents:
OS, LXXI.10, 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 105 x 73 cm

[no title]  GP754  1907

Contents:
OS, LXXI.11, 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 105 x 73 cm

[no title]  GP755  1907

Contents:
OS, LXXI.12, 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 105 x 73 cm

[no title]  GP756  1880

Contents:
OS, LXXI.14, 1st edition, scale 1:2500, size 71 x 104 cm

[no title]  GP757  1878

Contents:
OS, LXXX.11 (part), scale 1:2500, size 25 x 100 cm

[no title]  GP758  1891

Contents:
OS, Gloucestershire LXXVI.11, Somerset VII.9-10, 13-14 (part), 1st edition, scale 1:2500, size 72 x 105 cm, with colours highlighting Chew Mills and Keynsham Brass Works

[no title]  GP759  1903

Contents:
OS, Somerset XIII.3, 2nd edition, scale 1:2500, size 73 x 105 cm, with colours highlighting Saltford Brass Works and cottages

[no title]  GP760  1884

Contents:
OS, Somerset VII.15, 1st edition, scale 1:2500, size 72 x 105cm

Miscellaneous records  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  GP761  ?early 17th century

Contents:
Great seal

[no title]  GP762  ?1742

Contents:
Bundle wrapper with word "Trevaunance" [St. Agnes] written on dorse of deed

[no title]  GP763  8 February 1802

Contents:
Letter from James Halse of St. Ives to Dr. Ley of Abingdon, Berkshire, surgeon, regarding Tremayne estate, Poltair near Penzance [Madron] belonging to Mr. Hichens, and the sale of Trevisick [?St. Agnes]

[no title]  GP764  10 June 1829

Contents:
Letter from Edward Pogson and Frances Pogson with the consent of James Halse to Mssrs William Hichens and Edwin Ley, solicitors relating to property in Paul and Morvah

[no title or date]  GP765

Contents:
Certified copy of entry from Kingsbridge, Devon, marriage register: James Pascoe, Captain of the Royal Cornwall Regiment of Militia, bachelor and Nicholina Elizabeth Crazier of this parish, spinster, 19 August 1814. Copy dated 13 November 1848

[no title or date]  GP766

Contents:
Certified copy of entry from Kingsbridge, Devon, baptism register: James son of James and Nicholina Pascoe who was born 4 July 1815 and baptised 2 November 1818. Copy dated 23 November 1848

[no title or date]  GP767

Contents:
Certified copy of entry from Dodbrooke, Devon, burial register: James Pascoe of Kingsbridge, Devon, Captain of the Cornwall Light Infantry who was buried on 9 January 1822, aged 38. Copy dated 13 November 1848

[no title or date]  GP768

Contents:
Certified copy of the burial of James Pascoe of Penzance, esq. who was buried on 27 February 1827, aged 80. Copy dated 13 November 1848

[no title or date]  GP769

Contents:
Certificate of acknowledgment of deed by married women relating to the property of Elizabeth Michell, wife of Ralph Michell of Helston, draper 20 June 1838 (was inside GP318]

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