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Reference RD
Covering dates 13th Century - 1915
Held by Cornwall Record Office
Extent 1669 Files
Archival history (Documents were formerly the property of Major E. F. S. Rodd, decd., and were deposited at Exeter City Library by Messrs. May, May and Deacon, 49 Lincolns Inn Fields, London
Source of acquisition Accession 1579. Transferred from Exeter City Library at request of Mrs. E. Mann (née Rodd)
Creators Rodd family of Trebartha, Northill, Cornwall
Related information C.R.O.AD.360/1-18: Diaries of Francis Rodd, 1760-1810
C.R.O.AD.360/19, 20: Diaries of Francis Hearle Rodd, 1823, 1827
C.R.O.AD.360/21: Diaries of Rev. Edward Rodd, 1828
C.R.O.AD.360/22-24: Diaries of Col. Francis Rodd, 1828, 1834, 1866
C.R.O.AD.483: Volume of poems by Edmund Spoure, 1690
C.R.O.FS.3/93/1-5: Facsimile of the "Spoure Book"
C.R.O.WH.2153-3452: Papers of Hearle family of Penryn
Will of Eliz. Baxter of Northill, 1683 (detailed bequests to Spoures)
Lake's parochial history vol. IV p. 5-11
"Trebartha - the House by the Stream", Bryan Latham
C.R.O.AD.40/1: Notebook of mining accounts of Francis Hearle Rodd, 1811-1829
C.R.O.AD.156: Francis Rashleigh Rodd's shooting diary, 1856-1858
RODD, Richard of Presteigne, Radnor
P.C.C. Sentence (pro confirmatione testamenti)
2 Dec. 1635 (132 Sadler): Exor. v. relict Frideswide, Rich. Rodd and Margt. Rodd alias Price
Will (28 Seager) pr. 30 Apr. 1634 (P.C.C.)
C.R.O.AD 648, additional Rodd Diaries and papers, 1807-1926.

Administrative history:
Trebartha in Northill parish was until the end of the fifteenth century owned by a family of that name. Nicholas Trebartha, the last male heir, died in the reign of Henry VII leaving his daughter Anne as sole heiress. She married Thomas Spoure of Misterton in Somerset; he was captain of a troop of horse and had been sent to Cornwall to suppress a rising against the Crown, and there met and married Anne (see Spoure book, FS.3/93/1).
Thomas and Anne's son Thomas, who married Katherine Reskimer, purchased from Sir George Carew the manor of Treveniel in Northill, and lands in Blisland. Thomas' son, another Thomas, married Jane, daughter of John Jackman of Stokeclimsland, and their son Henry married in 1550 Mary Roose of Froxton in Whitstone, which became part of the Spoure estates. Henry purchased additional lands in Northill and sold Misterton, the original seat of the Spoures. The Spoure Book comments:
"Likewise he gott so much Tinn out of the Lamarnes as he gave a thousand pounds a piece to five Daughters, and as I'me informd was the first thousand pound, was ever given to a daughter for a portion by any private gent. of his quality in Cornwall."
Henry added several rooms to Trebartha house including the great parlour.
The Spoures gradually purchased more land to add to their estates, including the manor of Tolcarne, purchased from John Kekewich of Catchfrench; Coquernell and Trekarnell in Northill; they acquired by marriage with the family of Speccott properties in Devon, including West How manor and land in Pancrasweek, and property in Launcells.
In 1675 Edmund Spoure of Trebartha married Mary, daughter of James Rodd of Oakhay, Stoke Cannon, Devon, and his wife Mary, formerly Bampfylde. Edmund and Mary's son Henry, died young, and their only other child was a daughter, Mary, who inherited the considerable estates which the Spoures had acquired over several generations. It was for Mary that Edmund compiled the "Spoure Book" in 1694.
In 1697 Mary Spoure married Renatus Bellott of Bochym in Cury (marriage settlement = RD/7). The Bellott family had come to Cornwall during the reign of Elizabeth; Bochym had been acquired by the marriage of Francis Bellott with the daughter of Reginald Mohun, who had received the property by grant from Edward VI. Renatus was M.P. for Mitchell in 1702. In 1704 he and Mary had a son, Renatus, but the child died in 1712, and was buried in Northill church. His father died a few years later, the last of his family. Bochym was sold, but some lands were acquired by Mary, in St. Neot and St. Cleer (marriage settlement = RD/7-9).
In about 1720 Mary married for a second time; her husband was Charles Grylls of Court in Lanreath. Their only son George died in infancy, and Charles died in 1728.
The collection contains a number of documents relating to Grylls property in several parishes, including Lanreath, Liskeard and Warleggan. All Charles' lands were left in trust for Mary for her life, after her death to revert to trustees to the use of his kinsman William Grylls of Chaddlehanger, Devon.
Mary, apparently determined to secure an heir for the Spoure fortunes, became engaged to her cousin Francis, son of Bampfylde Rodd of Devon, and in 1728 made a will leaving him all her property (RD/35) "provided he is not already married to, or shall not at any time take to wife, Jane Parker, now living in Covent Garden, London". Before the wedding could take place Mary died of smallpox, and in 1730 Francis Rodd found himself the owner of considerable estates in Cornwall.
The Rodd family came originally from Leominster in Hereford, but by the seventeenth century had moved to Devon, where James Rodd took for his second wife Grace, daughter of Edward Bampfylde of Oakhay, Stoke Cannon. They had one son, Bampfylde Rodd. James' third wife was Mary, daughter of John Bampfylde of Poltamore, Devon; they had seven children, one of whom was the Mary Rodd who in 1675 married Edmund Spoure of Trebartha.
The collection contains some interesting documents relating to James Rodd, including his oath of allegiance to the Commonwealth in 1652 (RD/1576); his appointment as sheriff of Devon in 1669 (RD/1579) and his will of 1676 (RD/1563), which gives details of the family's property in Devon, Hereford and Sussex.
Francis Rodd, born in 1683, was a son of James Rodd's son Bampfylde Rodd by his second wife Bridget (see pedigree). In 1730 Francis married Alice Sandford of Exeter and they moved to Trebartha. The marriage settlement (RD/14, 15) listed the property in Devon which he had inherited from his father, and set up a trust for Alice and her family out of lands in Devon and Cornwall to be purchased with her marriage portion of £1600.
Francis died in 1736 leaving all his property to his son Francis. Until the boy came of age the estate was managed by trustees, including his mother Alice, who purchased considerable amounts of land on his behalf (see will of Francis Rodd, RD/38).
After Francis came of age he continued to extend the family estates by purchasing land in Altarnun, Lewannick, Linkinhorne and Northill, but acquired even more valuable property by his marriage in 1763 to Jane Hearle of Penryn. Their marriage settlement (RD/18) lists in meticulous detail all the lands of the Rodd family; those inherited from Mary Spoure; inherited from Bampfylde Rodd; lands purchased by Francis' father, and by his mother Alice, and lands which he himself had purchased. Jane's property was considerable, including part of the manor of Trelissick in St. Erth and lands in Gwinear, Phillack, Paul, Gwennap, Mabe, Penryn and Stithians (see WH. for additional Hearle documents).
Francis and Jane had five children, Francis Hearle, John Tremayne, Edward, Jane and Harriet. Jane predeceased her husband and in 1784 Francis married Ann, daughter of William Sandford of Somerset. A new settlement (RD/19) was drawn up. The marriage was childless, Ann dying in 1807, Francis in 1812. The estates were inherited by Francis' eldest son Francis Hearle Rodd, who in 1795 had married Mary Ann Coryton (marriage settlement RD/24).
Francis Hearle Rodd continued to purchase property in Northill and Linkinhorne, but his marriage was childless, and the rev. Edward Rodd became his brother's heir. He was rector of St. Just-in-Roseland, and in 1805 married Harriet, daughter of Charles Rashleigh of Duporth in St. Austell (settlement = RD/28). They had a large family; the eldest son, Francis, married Mary Rashleigh, and their son Francis Rashleigh Rodd married Julia Graves Sawle in 1882.
By 1939 his nephew Major Edward Francis Stanhope Rodd had inherited Trebartha; he was succeeded by four daughters.
In 1940 Major Rodd deposited the family documents at the City Library in Exeter; although almost the entire collection relates to Cornwall, there was at that time no County Record Office in Cornwall. In 1971 Major Rodd's daughter, Mrs. E. Mann of Bowerchalke, Salisbury, requested the Exeter City Library to transfer the Rodd documents to the Cornwall Record Office, and the transfer was completed in January 1972. The present catalogue was compiled between March and October 1974.
Mrs. Mann and her three sisters retained the original "Spoure Book". The diaries of Francis Rodd, Francis Hearle Rodd, Rev. Edward Rodd and Col. Francis Rodd were given to the Record Office (A.D.360) by Mr. Bryan Latham who had purchased Trebartha in 1940.
A number of account books which had formed part of the family archives were lost when Exeter City Library was bombed in 1942.
A C Q U I S I T I O N O F P R O P E R T Y
SPOURE INHERITANCE
Boyton - Dunn's tenement
St. Cleer - Smallacombe (leasehold - 1708 St. Aubyn lease assigned to Renatus Bellott)
Egloskerry - South Tregear
St. Neot - Manor of Trenay or Fawton (Grylls) Gillhouse
Northill - Trekernell, Trewortha, Tolcarne, Treveniel, Trebartha, Stenaford, Kingbear, Bowda, Lamaren, Bathpool, Ryland, Tremalla, Coquernell, Tregear
Launceston - Trelake, Bewes' tenement, Barriball close
Whitstone - Manor of Forkeston
PURCHASES BY FRANCIS RODD (1683-1736)
Lewannick - Coombeshead tenement (purchased from Chas. Wadge; 1791 exchanged with Archer for part of Lamalla)
RODD INHERITANCE
Brixham - Southdon
Totnes - Bromborough
PURCHASES BY ALICE RODD (m. Francis R. 1730, d. 1770)
Altarnun - Newton (from Nich. and Phil. Evens, 1739)
2/3 parts White's and Tinner's tenements, Trebullum (from Peter Wadge, 1737; £466-13-4)
1/3 part Trebullum (from Wadge)
Trevage Parks, Plash, Wood and mills, Strayer park, Pound park, Dennebol (from Peter Wadge, 1756; £1040)
Jean Kittow's house and fields, part of Trewint (from Truscott Wadge and mortgagee, 1736; £143-10-0)
Lewannick - 1/3 part of messuage, part of Polyphant manor (from Jn. Coombe)
North Petherwin - Weston (from Jas. Doble of Whitstone)
South Petherwin and Trewen - Hicks' mill tenement (from Jn. French, 1733)
PURCHASES BY FRANCIS RODD (1732-1812)
Altarnun - 1/3 part of 2 messuages in Trebullum (from Jn. Bellew, 1775) Trevage House (from Rob. Martyn, 1775)
Jasper's Tenement, Trebullum (from Humphry Lawrence and Margt. Michell, 1776; £121)
Pline Park and lands at Trebullum (from Wm. Newcombe, 1810) Stacey's tenement (from Jas. Venning, 1810)
Bligh's Trenilk with lands at Trevage (from Rich. Coumbe and others, 1801)
Scantlebury's tenement (from Rich. Coumbe, 1808)
Lewannick - Upton (from Welsh and Wadge, 1762; £1150)
Trevage Wood tenement (from Jn. Sleep and Rich. Wadge, 1765; £45)
Walter's tenement, Trevadlock (from Rich. Stacey's legatees, 1780; £285)
Cornew's tenement, Trevadlock (from Jn. Hodge, 1775; £150)
Lamalla (exchanged with Edw. Archer for Coombeshead tenement, 1791)
Linkinhorne - Manor of Rillaton Pengelly (purchased from Philip Rashleigh, 1783; £2887-10-0)
Great Lanhargy (purchased from Chas. Rashleigh, 1808; £2409-7-0)
Northill - Advowson (from Arthur Trevillian, 1777)
Bastreet (from Edw. Archer, 1790; £250)
Battens and Burgess meadow (from Jn. Tyeth, 1803; £1050)
Bonds Walls Mills (from Arscott, 1804; £1400)
Churchtown (from Foott, 1811; £200)
Fuidge (from Wm. Jasper of St. Cleer, 1781)
Landreyne (from Duchy, 1799; £2030)
Stenaford, with part of Brendon, Trevadlock, in Lewannick, (from Wm. Colling, 1806; £1050)
Manor of Tremollet (from Philip Rashleigh, 1783)
Moiety of Tresellern (from Wm. Darley, 1778; £150)
Homer and Easter Waylands, part of manor of Sheviock, (from Reginald Pole Carew, 1800; £1069)
Wevill's tenement (from Edward Archer, 1792; £90)
Southill - Fursdon (from Phil. Rashleigh as part of manor of Rillaton Pengelly and Tremollet, 1783)
HEARLE MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT, 1763
Jane Hearle's share of Hearle lands:
¼ part of moiety of manor of Trelissick in St. Erth
¼ part of moiety of Deveral, Nanketho, Trenawin in Gwinear
Treave or Trerieff Craze in Phillack
Bojewyan, Chyrose in St. Just-in-Penwith
Kemiell barton in Paul
Bodreverran and Leha in St. Erth
Carharrack veor, vean and mill, and Cassacan, in Gwennap
Halvossow in Mabe
Premises in Penryn
Gwealandevas in Stithians
Also Hay in Ladock
Treworder in Egloshayle
PURCHASES BY FRANCIS HEARLE RODD (1766-1836)
Altarnun - Dryworks tenement and Tresibbet (from Jn. Wallis of Bodmin, 1828; £1200)
Codda and half of Tolborough (from lord St. Germans and Mr. West, c.1830)
Skilton's or Wilton's parks and Piper's tenement in churchtown; Susan Chastie's tenement, and shop, part of Grylls' tenement in Trewint (from representatives of Chris. Edgcombe, decd., 1833; £990)
Adam's tenement in Great Trewint (from Jn. Carpenter, Hender's mortgagee, 1833; £590)
Lewannick - Division of commons, 1831
Linkinhorne - Burndowns and East Pengelly (exchanged with Foott for Northparks field, 1814)
Clampit tenements (from Budge and mortgagee, 1817; £1136)
Coombe, with Long and Middle Park and Boveway (from Wm. Barrett and mortgagee, 1828; £400)
East Lanhargy (from Gregory Soper and mortgagee, 1831; £525)
St. Neot - Tody Park (from G. W. F. Gregor, 1830; £150)
St. Luke's Chapel tenement (from Thos. Stephens, 1833; £40)
Northill - Addacroft (from mortgagees of Peter family, 1825)
Lewarne (from Arscott, 1817; £700)
Ryland (from representatives of Jn. Barrett, 1817; £600)
Uphill, Downhill, Ridgwood, Bathpool, Tresellyn (from Craddock and Peter, 1806, 1823)
PURCHASES BY EDWARD RODD (1768-1842)
Linkinhorne - Foott's Pengelly (? from Foott, 1839; £2100)
Manor of Treffries (from Nich. Foott, 1839; £4100)
Northill - Treswell (from mortgagees of Foot, 1841; £3835)
PURCHASES BY FRANCIS RODD (1806-1880)
Altarnun - Trenilk (from representatives of Chris. Edgcombe, ?1841)
Morecomeford or Smith's land, with Churchtown tenement and Addacroft in Northill, and Hill and Carkeet in St. Cleer (from Arthur Peter of Northill, 1859; £100)
Palmer's Bridge turnpike house (from turnpike trustees, 1874)
Lewannick - Brendon in Trevadlock (from Jn. Foott, 1824; £300)
Higher and Lower Wheaton mill fields, Dillabole marsh, Long Slade, Fursland, all Trevadlock (from Rich. Dawe, 1840)
Knighton (from Rich. Luskey, 1843; £290)
Plasha Cross toll house (from turnpike trustees, 1874)
Northill - East Berriow (from Hen. Swete Archer, 1864; £2200)
Bowda (from Sam. Peter and Rich. Hocken, 1845; £750)
East and West Calstock (from representatives of Bryant, 1848; £3150)
Penhole, Trughill and Trevorsdon (from Rich. Rowe, 1847; £8027)
Way Cross poor houses, Higher Cross field, part of East Berriow (from Jn. Budge, 1875; £250)
PURCHASES BY FRANCIS RODD (b.1839; m.1882)
Lewannick - East Trevadlock or Pellow's tenement (from representatives of Dorothy Doble, 1899)

Contents:
I. WHOLE ESTATE
Marriage settlements, composite deeds, 1639-1842
Wills (Bellott, Grylls, Rodd), 1712-1873
Mortgages, 1838-1871
Valuation of estate, 1853
Abstracts of title, 1722-1855
Schedules of documents, c.1830-1915
II. INDIVIDUAL PARISHES - DEEDS, LEASES, ESTATE PAPERS
Altarnun, 1613-1879
St. Austell, 1801, 1861
Boyton, 1656-1805
St. Cleer, 1681-1709
Egloskerry, 1661-1777
St. Erth lands (Hearle settlements), 1691-c.1880
St. Ewe, 1761-1841
Lewannick, 1608-1899
Linkinhorne, 1634-1848
St. Neot, 1537-c.1880
Northill, 13th cent.-1902
North Petherwin, 1565-1794
Southill, 1694, 1787
South Petherwin, Trewen, 1695-1742
Launceston St. Stephen and St. Thomas, 1653-1810
Whitstone, 1648-1783
Out-county, Devon, 1698-1837
III. ESTATE ADMINISTRATION
Mining (Altarnun, Gwennap, Linkinhorne, Northill), 1795-1878
Financial papers, 1731-1825
Correspondence, c.1837-1918
Public Undertakings (railways, Saltash floating bridge, Saltash turnpike), 1833-1910
IV. LEGAL
Arbitrations (Cardinham, St. Teath, Plymouth), 1767-1817
Trusteeships, 14th cent.-1847
V. PUBLIC OFFICE
Militia, 1642-1798
Shrievalty, 1700-1845
VI. PERSONAL
Accounts, genealogical papers etc., 1802-1864
VIIA. GRYLLS FAMILY PAPERS
Deeds, leases, estate papers (Lanreath, Liskeard, North Petherwin, Pelynt, Penryn, Warleggan), 1544-1721
Personal papers, 1662-1723
VIIB. RODD FAMILY PAPERS (DEVON)
Deeds, leases, estate papers (Doddiscombesleigh, Totnes), 1767-1841
General papers (wills, settlements), 1676-1837
Personal papers, 1632-1656
VIII. MISCELLANEOUS (NON-RODD)
Altarnun, St. Neot, 1785, 1817
Calstock, 1765, 1801
St. Ive, 1796
Launceston, St. Stephen, St. Thomas, 1702-1835
Mawgan-in-Meneage, 1636
North Petherwin, 1665-1823
Pillaton, 1809, 1811
Southill, 1823
South Petherwin, 1758
St. Teath, 1806
Temple, 1800
Trewen, 1822
Composite and general, c.1642-1839
Out-county:
Buckinghamshire, 1720
Devon, 1601-1752
Somerset, 1756
Wills, 1762-1808



DOCUMENTS RELATING TO WHOLE ESTATE.  [no ref. or date]

MARRIAGE SETTLEMENTS; COMPOSITE DEEDS.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1  1639

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (deed to levy a fine).
Consideration: £1400 by Wm. E. sen. to (1).
(1) Jn. Gryles of Court, Lanreath, esq., and w. Grace, to (2) Wm. Every of Cotehay, Somerset, esq., and s. Wm. E. jun., and Renatus Bellott of Bochym, Cury, esq., in trust for (3) Chas. Gryles, s. of (1), and Anna Every, dau. of Wm. E. sen., on their marriage
Manor of Lanreath, in Lanreath, Pelynt, Talland, Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Advent, Duloe, St. Veep, St. Winnow; with Court barton and demesnes, Boggo mills in Lanreath, and advowson of Lanreath church;
Messuages and tenements in Carburrow, Warleggan, late occ. Geo. Sturbridge;
Messuages and tenements in Liskeard;
Messuages, mills, lands and tenements and 2/3 parts of messuage in Pelynt late occ. Rose Clogg;
2/3 parts of 2 grist mills in Pelynt late occ. Thamzin Gill and Wm. Pollard;
Moiety of manor of Trenay Fawton and manor of East Lawharne in St. Neot, Warleggan, Altarnun, St. Cleer, Menheniot, Liskeard, St. Pinnock, St. Martin, Lanreath and St. Veep;
Tithes and advowson of St. Neot, and lands of Jn. and Grace Gryles in St. Cleer, Liskeard, Advent, Duloe, Luxulyan and St. Neot
17 June 1639.

[no title]  RD/2  1653

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (bargain and sale)
(1) Rich. Gerveys of Benallack, Constantine, gent., to (2) Peter Courtney of Trethurffe, esq. (formerly Sir Peter C.), Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., George Yeo of Huish, Devon, esq., and Wm. Painter of Antron, esq., on marriage between (1) and Sara, dau. of George Yeo
Capital messuage, barton and demesne lands of Benallack and Trethowan, in Constantine;
Rose, Larmarrack, Treveglos with the grist mill belonging, and tenement of Bosporthennis, in Zennor;
Messuage and tenement in borough of Helston late occ. Wm. Gwavas, gent;
Manor and capital barton and demesne lands of Tregardreth Veor in Mawgan-in-Meneage
One chamber in Benallack to be for the only use of Johan Gerveys, wid., mother of (1), with liberty for her to take necessary fuel on Benallack, "so long as she shall be contented with her diet", to be provided at the cost of Rich. G.; if at any time she dislike her diet, trustees of settlement shall hold the chapel and chamber over it at Benallack, with the tool-house and chamber over, the fish-house, and pasture at Benallack for 3 kine, half the gdn and 1/3 part of orchard, with liberty to keep pigs and poultry in townplace, to the use of Johan for her life, according to articles of agreement made between Johan and Rich. G. her s.
14 Apr. 1653.

[no title]  RD/3  1675

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (deed to levy a fine) (1) to (2)
Consideration: £1600 by Jas. Rodd to Edm. Spoure
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., Jn. Baxter of Stratton, gent., and w. Eliz., and Rich. Spoure of London, gent., Edm. S.'s uncle; (2) Sir Wm. Walrond of Bradfield, Devon, and Jas. Rodd of Exeter, esq; (3) Thos. Bampfylde of Middle Temple, London, esq., Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Cannon, and Hen. Walrond of Wood, Devon, gents., on marriage between Edm. Spoure and Mary, dau. of Jas. Rodd
Capital mansion house, barton farm and demesne lands of Trebath and manors of Trebath and Trevenyell and some parts of manor of Tolcarne;
Trebarth mills, and messuages, lands and tenements called Lamaren, Trekernell and Treworth, with other lands in Northill, Lewannick, Blisland, and St. Thomas and St. Stephen-by-Launceston;
Manor of Forkeston in Whitstone;
Dannes tenement in Boyton;
South Tregear in Egloskerry
Attached: receipt for £1600.
20 Aug. 1675.

[no title]  RD/4  1676

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement (deed to declare uses of a fine) (1) to (4)
Consideration: to make competent jointure for Mary
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., and w. Mary, Jn. Baxter of Stratton, gent., and w. Eliz; (2) Sam. Alexander of London, gent., and Geo. Palmer of Lyons Inn, Mddx., gent; (3) Rich. Lee and Geo. Chudleigh of Winslade, Devon, esqs; (4) Sir Wm. Walrond of Bradfield, Decon, Jas. Rodd of Exeter, esq., Thos. Bampfylde of Middle Temple, London, esq., Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Cannon, and Hen. Walrond of Wood, Devon, on marriage between Edm. Spoure and w. Mary, formerly Rodd
Properties as in RD/3 above, being the lands of inheritance of Edm. Spoure's father Henry
1 Sep. 1676.

[no title]  RD/5  1677

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Rich. Lee, esq., and Geo. Chudleigh, esq., querants; Sam. Alexander, gent., and Geo. Palmer, gent., deforciants; Edm. Spoure, vouchee
Properties as in RD/3 and 4 above
4 July 1677.

[no title]  RD/6  1694

Contents:
Recognizance of statute staple in £1200
Edm. Spoure of Trebatha, Northill, esq., to Michael Langdon of Launceston, gent.
To secure payment by next St. John Baptist's day
16 Nov. 1694.
Seals of borough of Bodmin
Edm. Spoure
Wtn: G. de Mountfryart, mayor
Jn. Hoblyn, constable.

[no title]  RD/7  1697

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; 1 yr lease missing)
(1) to (3) and (4) in trust for (2)
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq; (2) Mary Spoure, dau. and heir of Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., decd; (3) Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance and Alex. Pendarves of Roskrow, esq; (4) Wm. Bond of Hollywood, esq., and Rich. Spoure of Grays Inn, Mddx., esq., on marriage between (1) and (2)
Moiety of manor of Trenay and Fawton alias Lawharne, with messuages and lands of Lawharne, West Mills, Lakes Yeat, Hole, Polscop, Goonsyne, Hodge's tenement, Gilbert's tenement, Robyn's tenement, North and South Polmena, Reddy Butt, Lestowe higher and over, West tucking-mills and tucking-mill tenement, Milltown, Trewythey, Welltown, Bawdens, Mountague meadow, Tupton, Tripp, Oliver's house and Torr, in St. Neot, St. Cleer, Warleggan and St. Pinnock
3 Apr. 1697.

[no title]  RD/8  1699

Contents:
Final concord
Sir Rich. Vyvyan, querant; Renatus Bellott, esq., and w. Mary, deforciants
Manors of Westhow or Westhooe with appurtenances in Westhooe and Plymstock in Devon;
Manors of Trebath, Trevenyell, Tolcarne and Forkeston, with premises of Trebath Hall, Trebath town, Trevenyell, Tolcarne, Stenaford, Trekernell, Uphill, Treworth, Kingbear, Whittamore, Upper Bowda, Lameren, Brendon, Lower Bowda, Gillhouse, West Tremollow, Bathpool, Ridgwood, Treneglease, Treselern, Ryland, Trevarlock, Tremalla, Coquernall, Tregear, Forkeston, in parishes of Northill, Lewannick, Altarnun, St. Neot, Blisland, St. Thomas and St. Stephen-by-Launceston, Boyton, Whitstone and Egloskerry
Hilary term 1699.

[no title]  RD/9  1700/1701

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine to secure settlement in trust
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren
Properties as in RD/8 above
18 Jan. 1700/1701.

[no title]  RD/10  1705/6

Contents:
Mortgage for £300 (500 yr demise)
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., to (2) Michael Langdon of Launceston, gent. (as in RD/6 above)
Two messuages, lands and tenements in St. Stephen-by-Launceston in occ. of Degory Bewes called Bewes' tenements; tenement in St. Thomas-by-Launceston in occ. of Jn. Gynn;
Dunns tenement in Boyton, in occ. of Giles Ball;
Lands in Egloskerry in occ. of Thos. Spry;
Froxstone in Whitstone in occ. of Jas. Cole, and tenement in Whitstone in occ. of Mary Pethick, also Jelford water grist mills, Hilton tenement, and Abraham Jewell's tenement, all in Whitstone;
All premises being formerly the inheritance of Edm. Spurr esq. decd., now of Rich. B. (who married Mary Spurr or Spoure)
24 Mar. 1705/6.
Attached: schedule of leases excepted from demise.

[no title]  RD/11  1705/6

Contents:
Bond in £600 to perform covenants in mortgage of even date (as above)
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., to (2) Michael Langdon of Launceston, gent.
24 Mar 1705/6.

[no title or date]  RD/12

Contents:
Quitclaim; consideration £740-2-0
(1) Rob. Tynte of Sydenham, Devon, esq., and w. Susanna, dau. of Michael Langdon late of Launceston, decd., and Wm.
Langdon of Bristol, merchant, s. of Michael Langdon, to
(2) Mary Bellott, wid., dau. and heir of Edm. Spoure, decd.
Release of claims against estate of Edm. Spoure (as in recognizance of statute staple, RD/6 above).

[no title]  RD/13  1714-1722

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term (bargain and sale) (1) and (2) to (4) in trust for (3)
(1) Jn. Worth of Penryn, esq; (2) Thos. Hearle of Penryn, esq; (3) Chas. Gryles of Trebarth, esq., and w. Mary, wid. of Renatus Bellott; (4) Edw. Dennys of Liskeard, gent.
Recites: deed of 25 June 1714 between Mary, wid. of Renatus Bellott, and Jn. Worth and Thos. Hearle, esqs., to settle debts of Renatus B.
Manors of Trebath alias Trebartha, Trevenyel, Tolcarne and Forkeston, with Trebarth Hall and town, Trevenyel, Stanaford, Uphill, Kingbear, Whittamoor, Upper Bowda, Gillhouse, West Tremallow, Bathpool, Ridgwood, Treselernes Trevarlock, Tremalla, Coquernall, Tregear and Forkeston, with Trelaske Down, in Northill, Lewannick, Altarnun, St. Neot, Blisland, St. Thomas and St. Stephen-by-Launceston, Boyton, Whitstone and Egloskerry
18 Jan. 1721/2.

[no title]  RD/14  1698-1730

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement
Consideration: to settle competent jointure on Alice
(1) Francis Rodd late of Stoke Cannon, Devon, now of Trebartha, esq; (2) Edw. Rodd late of Stoke Cannon, now of Exeter, (1)'s brother; (3) Alice Sandford of Topsham, Devon, spr., only child of Wm. S. of Topsham, esq., decd., and w. Eliz; (4) Francis Drew of Grange, Devon, esq., Jn. Worth jun. of Worth, Devon, esq., Wm. Sandford of Topsham, clerk, and George Sandford of Stoketinhead, Devon, clerk, on marriage between (1) and (3)
Recites: will of Bampfylde Rodd of Stoke Cannon, esq., 1698
- manor of Brixham; barton of Bromborough in Totnes, and Sowdon in Brixham, to Jn. Burrell and Chas. Challis in trust for Rodd's sons Edw. and Francis;
Common recovery suffered, doubts arising subsequently concerning inheritance, Edw. Rodd having destroyed his estate in land by acting as vouchee; recovery therefore revoked and premises to be divided, Edw. having Bromborough, Francis having Sowdon, each to inherit the other's land if he die without issue
(1) to (4): £1600 for Alice's marriage portion for purchase of lands and tenements in Devon and Cornwall, lands to be conveyed to (4) to use of (1) and his family
(3) to (4): £1600 to purchase lands
2 May 1730.

[no title]  RD/15  1698-1730

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement
(1) Francis Rodd late of Stoke Cannon, Devon, now of Trebartha, esq; (2) Alice Sandford of Topsham, Devon, spr., only child of Wm. S. of Topsham, esq., decd., and w. Eliz; (3) Francis Drew of Grange, Devon, esq., Jn. Worth jun. of Worth, Devon, esq., Wm. Sandford of Topsham, clerk, and Geo. Sandford of Stoketinhead, clerk, on marriage between (1) and (2)
Recites: a) marriage settlement of even date (see RD/14 above)
b) marriage settlement of Alice's parents Wm. Sandford of Topsham and Eliz. Yeal, 31 May 1698, which conveyed £500 in trust to Geo. Dottin of Dartmouth, merchant, and Jonah Holditch of West Alvington, gent.
(2) to (3): £500 received by marriage settlement of parents, to invest to her own use "as if she were sole and unmarried"
2 May 1730.

[no title]  RD/16  1753

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Nathaniel Carpenter, gent., demandant; Joseph Limebear, gent., tenant; Francis Rodd, esq., vouchee
Property in Northill, Altarnun, Lewannick, Whitstone, Egloskerry, Boyton, St. Cleer and Linkinhorne
Trinity term 1753.

[no title]  RD/17  1728-1761

Contents:
Draft abstract of deeds relating to Francis Rodd's estate
Recites: 1728 will of Mary Grylls of Trebartha, wid., leaving estates to cousin Francis Rodd
1735 will of Francis Rodd, reciting marriage settlement with Alice Sandford (as in RD/14 above) leaving estates to s. Francis R.
1758 will of Edw. Rodd, leaving estates to nephew Francis R.
1753 lease and release and recovery (as in RD/16 above)
All Mary Grylls' estates in Northill, Altarnun, Lewannick and Whitstone; South Tregear in Egloskerry; Luns (recte Dunns) tenement in Boyton; and tin bounds in St. Cleer and Linkinhorne
Compiled 1761.

[no title]  RD/18/1-3  1763

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also counterpart lease)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq. (s. of Francis R. and w. Alice, formerly Sandford, and nephew of Edw. R. late of Huxham, Devon, esq., decd.); (2) Jane Hearle of Penryn, spr. (one of 4 daus. of Jn. H. of Penryn, decd., and sister of Francis H. decd.); (3) Jn. Arscott of Tetcott, Devon, esq., Edw. Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, esq., and Rich. Hussey of Middle Temple, London, esq; (4) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., and Thos. Hearle of St. Michael Penkivel, clerk; (5) Jn. Rogers of Helston, esq., and Francis Paynter of Boskenna, esq., on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3):
a) lands of inheritance of Mary Grylls, wid., then of (1)'s father, Francis R:
Manor of Trebartha in Northill;
Manor of Treveniel with capital barton farm and demesne, in Northill and Lewannick;
Manor of Tolcarne in Northill and Lewannick;
Manor of Forkestone or Fraxton in Whitstone;
Chief rents payable to lord of manors of Treveniel, Tolcarne and Fraxton;
South Tregear in Egloskerry, late occ. Nich. Major, cordwainer, decd., now of Degory Edgcombe;
Duns tenement in Boyton late occ. Marmaduke Spettigue, gent., decd., now of Jn. Fortescue;
b) lands purchased by (1)'s father, Francis Rodd:
Coombeshead in Lewannick, purchased from Chas. Wadge of Lewannick;
c) lands of inheritance of (1)'s father:
Bromborough in Totnes;
Sowdon in Brixham;
d) lands purchased by (1)'s mother, Alice Rodd in trust for him:
1/3 part of 2 messuages called Trebullwyn or Trebullom in Altarnun, formerly the inheritance of Mary Wedge (dau. of Peter Truscott) and her s. Peter;
1/3 part of Trebullwyn which Peter Wadge of Upton formerly purchased from Margery French, wid. (dau. of Peter Truscott); the 2/3 parts being called White's and Tynner's tenements (lately purchased by Alice Rodd from Peter Wadge);
Newton in Altarnun (part of manor of Trevage) with waste, part of Trevage moor; also another tenement there, (purchased from Nich. and Phil. Evens);
Moiety of barton of Weston in North Petherwin, consisting of the hall house, the forecourt up as far as the parlour wall, houses below the wall adj. the court, the kennel, back house, barn, mowhay, oxenhouse, stable, wainhouse, back garden, orchard, ovenhouse, little bean gdn and hop gdn; Down Part, Flaxland, Higher and Lower Long Acre, Higher and Lower Horse Park, Deer Park, woods, Arthur's Hills, Bovetown meadows, half the eastern townplace with adj. plot (where the well is), with moiety of well and free passage to it, with places for making wroth and dung in townplace, all late occ. Jacob Doble (from whom Alice Rodd purchased premises)
e) lands purchased by (1):
Trevage Plash; Pound Park adj. Trevage pound, with meadows adj. road to Lewannick church, being in Altarnun (purchased from Peter Wadge);
Trevage wood in Lewannick, two mills called Trevage mills, with Dennibole plot, and chief rents out of lands in Trenilk, Cargelly, Burland and Tregune (purchased from Peter Wadge);
Upton in Lewannick (purchased from Rich. Welsh and Rich. Wadge);
Excepted from settlement are Hick's Mill in Trewen (purchased by Alice Rodd from Jn. French); moiety of Gillhouse in St. Neot (formerly Mary Grylls' estate); 1/3 part of tenement in Lewannick, being part of manor of Polyfant (purchased by Alice Rodd from Jn. Coumbe)
(2) to (3): her share of:
Manor of Trelissick in St. Erth, with Trelissick barton, Chenhalls, Lanuthnce, Trevenleha, Killenawan, Mellanear, Pedn Poll, Carnjew; also Bodreverran;
Deveral Naketho and Trenawin in Gwinear;
Trereiffe Craze in Phillack;
Lands and stamping mills at Bojewyan and Chyrose in St. Just-in-Penwith;
Kemiel Drea in Paul;
Carharrack veor and Chyanhayle or Carharrack vean, with mill, in Gwennap;
Cassacan in Gwennap;
Mathew's and Penaluna's tenements in Halvossow, Mabe;
Houses in Penryn;
Gwealandevas in Stithians;
30 Nov. 1763.
[15 membranes of parchment]

[no title]  RD/19/1,2  1784

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release) (1) to (3) in trust for (2)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Ann Sandford of Bath, spr; (3) Sir Jn. Chichester of Youlston, Devon, and Sam. Wallis of Tremayne, esq; (4) Alex. Popham of Inner Temple, London, esq., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, on marriage between (1) and (2)
Manors of Rillaton Pengelly and Tremolla or Tremollet, with farms and lands in East and West Tremollet, Pengelly, North Down, Coombe, Black Coombe, Lake, Wistaland, Clampit and Fursdon, in Linkinhorne, Northill and Southill (lately purchased by (1) from Phil. Rashleigh);
Moiety of 250 acres of meadow and pasture called Trescillern in Northill; also Trevadlock (14 acres) in Lewannick;
Ballafont (about 20 acres) in Lewannick;
Closes at Trewint in Altarnun;
1/3 part of Trebullom (60 acres) in Altarnun, late lands of Thos. Jasper;
Moiety of Gillhouse tenement in St. Neot;
35 acres of land called Hicks' Mill or Pensent in Trewen
16/17 Apr. 1784.

[no title]  RD/20  1784

Contents:
Settlement of securities prior to marriage
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Ann Sandford of Bath, spr; (3) Alex. Popham of Inner Temple, London, esq., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk
(2) to (3) with approval of (1):
£1366-14-11 due to Ann by settlement of her father Wm. Sandford, esq., decd.
17 Apr. 1784.

[no title]  RD/21  1785

Contents:
Deed to rectify omission in marriage settlement
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Ann, lately Ann Sandford of Bath, spr., to (2) Alex. Popham of Inner Temple, London, esq., and Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk.
£783-15-2 being invested in 3% Consols in Ann Rodd's name; also household goods and implements in occ. of Eliz. Acland as tenant in mansion house of Ninehead, Somerset (house being property of Wm. Sandford, decd., Ann Rodd's father)
31 May 1785.

[no title]  RD/22/1-4  1795

Contents:
Lease and release to make tenant to the praecipe to suffer a common recovery (also counterparts)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Francis Hearle Rodd his son, to (2) Francis Fairbank of Sly Place, Mddx., gent; (3) Edw. Coode jun. of St. Austell, gent.
Manor of Trebartha in Northill;
Manor of Treveniel in Northill and Lewannick;
Manor of Tolcarne in Northill and Lewannick;
Manor of Forkestone in Whitstone;
High or chief rents payable to above manors;
South Tregear in Egloskerry;
Duns tenement in Boyton;
2/3 parts of Trebullwyn, also Newton and Trevage lands, all in Altarnun;
Weston in North Petherwin;
Bromborough in Totnes, Sowdon in Brixham;
Jane Hearle's share of Trelissick lands and other Hearle properties (as in RD/18 above)
8/9 May 1795

[no title]  RD/23  1847-1795

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery (office copy, made 1847)
Edw. Coode, jun., gent., demandant; Francis Fairbank, gent., tenant; Francis Rodd and Francis Hearle Rodd, vouchees
Properties as above
Trinity term 1795

[no title]  RD/24/1,2  1795

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release) (1) to (5)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) his eldest son Francis Hearle Rodd, esq; (3) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha, and Jn. Tremayne Rodd, esq., naval captain, and Jane and Harriet Rodd, sprs., sons and daus. of (1) and Jane Hearle; (4) Jn. Coryton of Crocadon, esq., and eldest dau. Mary Ann; (5) Chas. Rashleigh a.nd Edw. Coode, jun., both of St. Austell, gents; (6) Jn. Coryton and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan; (7) Francis Gregor of Trewarthenick, esq., and Francis Glanville of Catchfrench, esq; (8) ".7m. Stackhouse of Trehane, esq., and Jn. Bashleigh of Penquite, esq., on marriage between (2) and Mary Ann Coryton
Lands of inheritance of Kary Grylls (as in RD/18 above);
Trebullwyn and Newton in Altarnun, and We s ton in North Petherwin (purchased by Mice Rodd; as in RD/18 above);
Lands of inheritance of Francis Rodd, grandfather of (2) (as in RD/18 above);
Lands purchased by (1) in Altarnun and Lewannick (as in RD/18 above);
Hearle inheritance (as in RD/18 above);
Tenement in Lamall or Lamalla or Tremall in Lewannick, late occ.
Susanna Nanscawen, called Filley's tenement; also Wadge's tenement there
26/27 June 1795.

[no title]  RD/25  1795

Contents:
Lease for a year (release missing)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode, jun., both of St. Austell, gent., to uses already declared in pre-nuptial settlement above.
Manors of Rillaton Pengelly and Tremollet, with tenements in East and West Tremollet, Pengelly, North Down, Coombe, Black Coombe, Lake, Wistaland, Clampit and Fursdon in Linkinhorne, Northill and Southill;
Bastreet in Northill (purchased by (1) from Edw. Archer);
1/3 part of Treballum in Altarnun (purchased by (1) from Jn. Bellew);
Tenement in Trevage town in Altarnun, with common of pasture on Trevage moors (purchased by (1) from Rob. Martyn);
Tenements in Trewint in Altarnun (purchased by Alice Rodd from Rich. Hearle);
Walter's tenement in Trevadlock in Lewannick (purchased by (1) from Rich. Stacey);
Fields and tenement in Altarnun formerly part of manor of South Carne, called Trebullin (purchased by (1) from Humphry Lawrence);
Moiety of closes in Tresellern in Northill (purchased by (1) from Wm. Darley);
Trevage wood in Lewannick (purchased by (1) from Jn. Sleep);
Hicks Mill tenement or Pensent in Trewen and South Petherwin (purchased by Alice Rodd from Wm. Blight);
Tenement in Trevadlock in Lewannick (purchased by (1) from Jn. Hodge);
Advowson of Northill church (purchased by (1) from Arthur Trevillian)
26 June 1795.

[no title]  RD/26  1797

Contents:
Articles of agreement for post-nuptial settlement
(1) Geo. Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, Devon, esq;
(2) Harriet Rodd of Oareplace, Sussex, spr., dau. of Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Francis Rodd, on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3) with assent of (2): within 3 months of marriage to assign and settle in trust Priory farm, and one other freehold estate in possession of rent of at least £700 yearly, in Devon, to use of (1) and to provide after his death £500 annuity for (2)
(3) to (1): £1500 as marriage portion; after his death and that of his sisters Eliz. and Alicia Rodd, his exors. to transfer to trustees to use of (2) 1/3 part of £9400 stock "in the new South Sea annuities"
28 Sep. 1797.

[no title]  RD/27/1,2  1802

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement in pursuance of articles of agreement (lease and release) (1) to (5) in trust
(1) Geo. Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, Devon, and w. Harriet; (2) Jn. Thorn of St. Teath, clerk, and w. Eleanor; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan; (4) rev. Jn. West Carew of Haccomb, Devon, clerk, and rev. Peter Cumming Tucker of Morchard Bishop, Devon; (5) Rich. Debary of Inner Temple, London, gent.
Fursdon barton and lands, and Higher Endicott, in Cadbury, Devon;
Chiltern farm in Thornton;
Upcott, Coombhay, Spiro, Bowden, Woodwalls, North Down wood and fields, part of Ford, all in Thorverton, Devon
23/24 Dec. 1802.

[no title]  RD/28  1805

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of St. Just-in-Roseland; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, his father; (3) Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, St. Austell, esq., and dau. Harriet R; (4) Francis Hearle Rodd of Croan, esq., and Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., on marriage between (1) and Harriet Rashleigh
Chas. Rashleigh to pay (4) £4000 as Harriet's marriage portion;
All Edw. R.'s property to be Harriet's if he predeceases her
12 Mar. 1805.

[no title]  RD/29  1812

Contents:
Copy release to secure £500 annuity for Mrs. Rodd (1) to (2)
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Chris. Lethbridge of Launceston and Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston, gents; (3) Jn. Tillie Coryton of Crocadon, esq., and Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq.
Scantlebury's tenement at Trevage, and Stacy's and Pline Park, part of Trebullum, all in Altarnun;
Clampit, East Pengelly and Lanhargy in Linkinhorne;
Homer Weylands, Battens, Bonds Walls Mills, Uphill, Ridgwood, Bathpool and Tresellen, all in Northill.
4 Apr. 1812.
Attached: note that original deed is in hands of Jn. Tillie Coryton esq.

[no title]  RD/30/1,2  1795-1814

Contents:
Bond in £4905
Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, and Edw. Coode of St. Austell, esqs.
To secure repayment of £2452-10-0 raised by sale of some of the lands contained in settlement of 1795 (as in RD/24, 25 above);
Fursdon in Southill (sold for £500);
1/3 part of several tenements in Bojewyan in St. Just-in-Penwith (sold for £252-10-0);
Moiety of Weston in North Petherwin (sold for £1500)
23 Dec. 1814.
Also copy.

[no title]  RD/31  1842

Contents:
Release of Dower
Harriet Rodd of Trebartha Hall, wid. of rev. Edw. Rodd, to her son Francis Rodd
All freehold lands of rev. Edw. Rodd, decd.
13 Aug. 1842.

TESTAMENTARY AND PROBATE.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/32/1-7  1712/13

Contents:
Assignment of 300 yr term in trust for payment of legacies
(1) Alex. Pendarves of Roskrow, esq., one of trustees of will of Chris. Bellott, decd; and (2) Sampson Hele of Exeter, linen-draper, and w. Bridget, dau. of Chris. Bellott, Grace, Eliz., Jane and Mary, four other daus. of Chris. B. (Eliz. being also extrix. of Loveday, another dau.); to (3) Jn. Pearce of Penryn, gent.
Manor of Magor, in Meneage, with capital messuage, barton and farm; also Hellewollas and Hellewartha, Langweth, Chinorthack, Parkswain, Higher and Lower Nalloan, Tregeare, Bosorrow and Carlyon or Carleen, in Magor in Meneage;
Trereise in Cury; Kessell in Manaccan (left by Chris. Bellott to Alex. Pendarves in trust for family)
22 Jan. 1712/13.
Also receipts for legacies, 1713.

[no title]  RD/33  1724

Contents:
Quitclaim
Consideration: £21
Chris. Hobbs of Bodmin, gent., and w. Julian, administrator of goods of Nich. Grylles, late rector of Lanreath, clerk, decd., to Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, formerly of Lanreath, esq.
General release of all claims
16 May 1724.

[no title]  RD/34  1726


Related information: Earlier will CRO RD/666

Contents:
Will and probate of Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, Northill, esq.
- money bequests
- to w. Mary, all lands, tenements and rights for her life; after her death to Wm. Glynn, esq., Leonard Yeo, esq., and Edw. Puckey of Liskeard, gent., in trust for kinsman Wm. Grylls of Chaddlehanger, Devon, gent., for his life, then to Wm. G.'s s. Rob. G.
Made 1726; proved 1728.

[no title]  RD/35/1-4  1728

Contents:
Will and probate of Mary Gryles of Trebartha, wid. (also 3 copies)
- cousins Jas., Edw. and Wm. Rodd of Weare, esqs., £100 each
- Edw. Puckey of Liskeard, £100
- "my servant maid, usually... distinguished by the name of waiting-maid", £10
- Jn. Worth of Tremough, Francis Hawkins of Helston, gent., Grace Millett, and goddau. Loveday Vivian, a mourning ring each
- Jn. Worth, Francis Hawkins and Edw. Puckey to hold all lands in trust to use of "my kinsman Francis Rodd" (bro. of Edw., above); provided he is not already married to or shall not at any time take to wife Jane Parker, now living in Covent Garden, London; if he marries her, property to go to Chris. Hawkins of Trewinnard
Made 1728; proved 1730
Exor: Francis Rodd

[no title]  RD/36  11 June 1730

Contents:
Letter from Wm. Grylls to Francis Rodd: congratulates Francis on his marriage and requests receipt for "my Cousin Grylls' original Will"

[no title]  RD/37/1,2  1730-1785

Contents:
Receipt by Wm. Grylls, devisee of will of Chas. Grylls, esq., decd., for will of Mary Grylls, received from Francis Rodd, together with Chas. Grylls' will, which Francis lately borrowed from P.C.C. registry, 29 June 1730.
Attached: memo. that receipt was "Cut out of a Memorandum Book of my Father's, 26 July 1785, to carry to Bodmin on Mr. Gryles' Trial, F.R."

[no title]  RD/38  1735

Contents:
Will and probate of Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq
- w. Alice, all plate, rings and jewels, and all money due to her from will of her father Wm. Sandford, gent., and from marriage settlement of 1730 (see RD/15)
- daus. Bridget and Eliz., money and annuities
- residue of goods and estate to w. Alice, bro. Edw. Rodd and bro.-in-law Wm. Sandford, clerk, and Chilcot Syms of Bowhay, esq., in trust for testator's s. Francis R. (also appointed exors.)
Made 1735; proved 1737.

[no title]  RD/39  1803

Contents:
Will and administration of Ann Rodd of Trebartha Hall, second wife of Francis Rodd, esq
- "Having a power under my marriage settlement of disposing of a moiety of my fortune after the decease of my said husband ..." (see RD/19-21 above), leaves money to nieces Ann Eliz. Charlotte Sandford and Jane Sandford, after deducting £50 "which I give unto Miss Jane Rodd, the daughter of my said husband, and the like sum of £50 to his daughter Mrs. Harriet Fursdon"
Made 1803; admon. granted to her husband 1807.

[no title]  RD/40  1809

Contents:
Will and probate of Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
- burial in family vault in Spoure or Trebartha aisle in Northill church close to late w. Jane
- all labourers in his employ to attend funeral and be paid 10/6 for their trouble
- confirms marriage settlement of s. rev. Edw. Rodd and Harriet Rashleigh (see RD/28)
- request to Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan to present rev. Edw. Rodd to living of Northill
- rev. Edw. Rodd to receive Northill tithes
- confirms marriage settlement of s. Jn. Tremayne Rodd and Jane Rennell
- dau. Harriet, w. of Geo. Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, Devon, to receive money promised in her marriage settlement (see RD/26)
- residue to s. Francis Hearle Rodd (also appointed exor.)
Made 1809; proved 1812.

[no title]  RD/41  1812

Contents:
Release
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of St. Just-in-Roseland, Jn. Tremayne Rodd, esq., naval captain, Jane Rodd of Trebartha Hall, spr., Geo. Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, Cadbury, Devon, esq., and w. Harriet (formerly Rodd), and Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Claim to legacies in will of father Francis Rodd, decd. (as above)
1 Dec. 1812.

[no title]  RD/42/1-3  1766 - 1836

Contents:
Will and probate of Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq. (also copy)
- bro. sir Jn. Tremayne Rodd, £1000
- sister Jane R., £2000
- sister Harriet, w. of Geo. Sydenham Fursdon, £1000
- "dear friend and relation" Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, £100
- friends Jn. Tillie Coryton of Pentillie and his sisters Eliz. and Jane, £25 each
- late coachman James Binney, £40
- understeward Henry Couch, £20
- all domestic servants, a year's wages
- servant Mary Couch in addition to legacy, 5/- weekly until her marriage
- all property to bro. rev. Edw. Rodd of St. Just-in-Roseland (appointed exor.)
Made 1836; proved 1836
Also certified copy of entry in Northill parish register recording testator's baptism in 1766.

[no title]  RD/43/1,2  1845

Contents:
Surrender of 500 yr term created by will of rev. Edw. Rodd, decd.
(1) Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., and rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property (unspecified) in Altarnun, Lewannick, Linkinhorne and Northill
Also abstract.
23 Dec. 1845.

[no title]  RD/44  1863

Contents:
Certificate of burial of Mrs. Harriet Rodd of St. Stephen-by-Launceston (formerly of Trebartha Hall) and declaration of rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill as to identity

[no title]  RD/45  1873

Contents:
Will and codicils of Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
- Paradise alias Edencote in Chardstock, Dorset (lately purchased from Jn. Enticott, jun.), to bros. rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, Edw. Hearle Rodd of Penzance, esq., and Jn. Rashleigh Rodd of Baskerwill, Guildford, Surrey, to use of s. Edw. Rodd and family
- mansion house at Trebartha and all other freehold land to trustees to use of eldest son Francis Rashleigh Rodd
- Glendorgal in St. Columb Minor to trustees, to be sold
- financial provision made for daus., also £1000 between them
- £100 each to Rowe dispensary at Launceston and to the Cornwall House of Mercy
- £500 to Bolventor church endowment fund
- £100 to North Clothing Club
- £50 to Northill Blanket Loan Fund
- £50 to Cornwall widows and Orphans of Clergy
- money to servants, bailiff, brothers and sisters and trustees
- watches and clothes to s. Francis Rashleigh Rodd
- music and musical instruments at Trebartha to daus. Caroline Mary and Harriet Jane
Made 1873
Marginal note by testator: "My last will was made May 1878 on the marriage of my youngest daughter Harriet Jane".

[no title]  RD/46/1,2  1765 - 1780

(Too tattered to catalogue)

Contents:
Copy will of Geo. Fursdon
1772
Also schedule of Fursdon lands, c.1765-1780.

MORTGAGES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/47  1838

Contents:
Copy abstract of mortgage for £6300 (lease and release)
(1) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Hen. Dunsford of Tiverton, banker, and Walter Hen. Watts of Cecil Street, Mddx., esq.
Messuage and tenement in Northill churchtown in occ. of Wm. Dingle;
Messuage and tenement called East Pengelly and Burn Downs in Linkinhorne in occ. of Wm. Pearse;
Barton farm and lands called Abbots Hender or Hendra in Davidstow
21/22 May 1838.

[no title]  RD/48  1838-1845

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £2500 as yet unpaid
(1) Hen. Dunsford of Tiverton, banker, and (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (3) Alfred Bell of Lincoln's Inn, Mddx., esq.
Recites: mortgage of May 1838 (as above); Edw. R.'s son Francis has repaid £3800 of money due, thus discharging from mortgage property in Davidstow;
Transfer applies only to Northill and Linkinhorne lands (as above)
24 May 1845.

[no title]  RD/49  1799-1812

Contents:
Abstract of title of rev. Edw. Rodd
Churchtown tenement in Northill;
East Pengelly and Burn Downs in Linkinhorne

[no title]  RD/50  1795-1835

Contents:
Abstract of title of rev. Edw. Rodd
Abbots Hender or Hendra in Davidstow

[no title]  RD/51/1,2  1838

Contents:
Mortgage for £4000 (lease and release)
(1) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Rich. Jn. Marker of Uffculme, Devon, esq.
Messuage or tenement called Home Tenement in Clampit; 2 fields called Clampit Parks; West Towns or Portfords (9½ acres) and Quarry Park (1½ acres), now part thereof, but formerly divided by a hedge sometime since thrown down, being in East Clampit; also 7 fields and orchard, part of Clampits; also East Clampit tenement in occ. of Edw. Blake, all in Linkinhorne;
Trevage Parks or Barton Closes (80 acres), with other fields, woods and grist mills in occ. of Rich. Vosper as tenant, all in Altarnun;
Lanhargy in Linkinhorne late occ. Grace Peake
16/17 Aug. 1838.

[no title]  RD/52  1845

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £4000
(1) Rich. Jn. Marker of Uffculme, Devon, esq., and (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (3) Alfred Bell of Lincolns Inn Fields, Mddx., esq.
Property as above.
28 July 1845.

[no title]  RD/53  1786-1838

Contents:
Abstract of title of rev. Edw. Rodd
Property as above

[no title]  RD/54/1,2  1761-1814

Contents:
Abstract of title of rev. Edw. Rodd
Clampits tenements in Linkinhorne (as above)

[no title]  RD/55  1841

Contents:
Mortgage for £7500 (deed of appointment and release)
(1) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Ben. Bowden Dickinson of Knightshayes, Devon, esq.
Tenement called Trebulwin (28 acres) late occ. Rob. Nicholls as tenant to Hon. Wm. Eliot, then in possession of Francis Rodd;
Stacey's tenement in Trebulwin late occ. Jn. Mullis then Jn. Venning as tenants;
Tenement in Trebulwin being fields called Pline or Pleane Park, The Hill and The Grove, late occ. Edw. Nicholls, with dwelling-house and land late occ. Rob. Nicholls;
Trenilk or Trenilt, with common of pasture and estovers on Treveage moor and Redhill;
(All previous tenements being in Altarnun);
Dwelling-house, with gdn or pleasure-ground and barton or townplace adj., with outbuildings, and mowhay and pond, with Treswell Green common, the fruit garden, courtelage, wagon-house and buildings, higher orchard, back meadow and gdn, town meadow, Mead park, Undertown, New Park, Four Acres or Lane Gate, Villbridges, Home Park and other fields, with tenements in or near Treswell and Congdon's shop; also Garlands Treswell, all in Northill
25 Nov. 1841.

[no title]  RD/56/1,2  1845

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £7500 (also counterpart); (1) and (2) at direction of (3) to (4)
(1) Ben. Bowden Walrond of Knightshayes, Tiverton, Devon, esq; (2) Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., and rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (4) Alfred Bell of Lincolns Inn Fields, Mddx., esq.
Property as above
15 May 1845.

[no title]  RD/57  1845

Contents:
Reconveyance of mortgaged property
(1) Alfred Bell of Lincolns Inn Fields, Mddx., esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property (unspecified) mortgaged:
May 1838 (as in RD/47 above)
Aug. 1838 (as in RD/51 above)
Mar. 1841
Nov. 1841 (as in RD/55 above)
22 Dec. 1845.

[no title]  RD/58  27 Feb. 1863

Contents:
Declaration by Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent., solicitor for Francis Rodd, concerning valuation and rental of properties (unspecified) mortgaged 1846 to Alfred Bell, Alex. Sutherland Graeme and rev. Chas. Oxendon for £45,000

[no title]  RD/59  1846-1871

Contents:
Deed of revocation of the appointment of receiver
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Corporation of the Royal Exchange Assurance, his mortgagees, to (2) Edw. Jas. Rickards of Old Broad Street, London, esq.
Recites: mortgage of 1846
North Coombe in Linkinhorne, also Pengelly and Clampits;
Hicks' Mill tenement in South Petherwin and Trewen;
Trenilk, with common of pasture on Trevage moor and Redhill; Trebullum; Dunn's tenement at Trewint, all in Altarnun;
Higher Lanhargy in Linkinhorne;
East Tremollet in Northill
22 Dec. 1871.

[no title]  RD/60  1846

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and documents of lands of Francis Rodd, esq., (? mortgaged property)

[no title]  RD/61  1857

Contents:
Mortgage for £3000
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jas. Batten Coulthard of Alton Hants, esq., rev. Thos. Coulthard of Crammore, Somerset, and Jn. Lethbridge Cowland of Launceston gent.
Messuage, tenement and farm called East Calstock in Northill, with a twelve man's part in Twelve Menna Moor;
Churchtown tenement (except Back door meadow and orchard), High Park, Glubhole, Homer and Outer Mean or Maina park, Brimland or Brambleland, North Grounds, and Cross Land, all in Northill;
¼ part of Smith's tenement in Altarnun;
Two moieties of Skelton's Parks or Wilton's Parks and Piper's tenement with adj. marshes (14 closes) near Altarnun churchtown, with common of pasture on Fox Moor otherwise High Moor; also messuage and old walls with adj. ground in Trewint, formerly called Susan Chastie's tenement; also gdn plot now converted into a shop adj. messuage, formerly part of Grylls' tenement in Trewint in Altarnun
31 Dec. 1857.

[no title]  RD/62  1857

Contents:
Schedule of deeds handed to Coulthard and Cowland (as above) by Francis Rodd on mortgage of above premises
31 Dec. 1857.

[no title]  RD/63  1871

Contents:
Reconveyance of mortgaged property Consideration: £3000
(1) Jas. Battin Coulthard of Alton, Hants., esq., rev. Thos. Coulthard of Plymstock, Devon, and Jn. Lathbridge Cowland of Launceston, gent., to Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as in RD/61 above
14 Mar. 1871.

VALUATIONS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/64  1853

Contents:
Copy valuation (by H. and R. L. Badcock of St. Stephen-by-Launceston) of Francis Rodd's lands:
Pengelly, Lanhargy, Clampit, North Coombe in Linkinhorne;
Trebartha Hall and lodge, Trebaniel, East Tremollet, Tolcarne, Aunger's tenement, Warren's tenement, West Tremollet, Bass Street Cottage, Trebartha Barton, Tresellern, Ryland, Battens, Stoneford, Bowda, Landreyne, Bowhay, Uphill, Berriow and Treswell in Northill;
Trevage, Trebullom, Trevage mills, Newton, Trewint, in Altarnun;
Lamalla, Upton, Trevadlock, Coquarnel in Lewannick;
Hicks' Mill in Trewen

ABSTRACTS OF TITLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/65  1722-1842

Contents:
Abstract of title of Francis Rodd, esq.
Manor of Trebartha in Northill
Manor of Treveniel in Northill and Linkinhorne
Manor of Tolcarne in Northill and Lewannick
Manor of Rillaton Pengelly in Linkinhorne
Lands in Northill, Altarnun, Lewannick, Linkinhorne and Trewen
(Detailed information concerning acquisition of whole of Rodd estate after 1722).

[no title]  RD/66  1845-1855

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of Francis Rodd, esq.
Property as above

SCHEDULES OF DOCUMENTS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/67/1-3  c.1830-1836

Contents:
"Book of Reference to the boxes etc. in which the Title Deeds and other Papers are deposited, belonging to Francis Hearle Rodd, esq."
c.1830 (F. H. Rodd died 1836)
(Indexed alphabetically by name of tenement (regardless of parish) with columns for box numbers and remarks)
Also contains list of papers "belonging to different persons" held by Mr. Rodd (settlements, trusts etc.).

[no title]  RD/68  1763-1863

(Damaged by fire).

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and documents relating to manors of Trebartha, Treveniel, Landreyne, Rillaton Pengelly, Tremollet and Tolcarne with other lands in Northill, Lewannick, Altarnun, Trewen and Linkinhorne

[no title]  RD/69  1873

Contents:
List of Rodd leases for lives, Northill, Linkinhorne, Altarnun, St. Neot

[no title]  RD/70  1915

Contents:
Folder containing particulars of deeds, papers etc. bequeathed to F. R. Rodd by F. H. Rodd of Exeter, with typed copy of letter
Property formerly belonging to Rodds near or in Doddescombsleigh
Property in Devon and Somerset
Letters
Miscellaneous family papers.

[no title]  RD/71  n.d

Contents:
Typed list of deeds from the Trebartha muniment room sent to the Exeter Library

[no title]  RD/72  n.d

Contents:
Typed list of Trebartha MSS at Exeter Public Library (arranged under manors or parishes)

DOCUMENTS RELATING TO INDIVIDUAL PARISHES.  [no ref. or date]

ALTARNUN  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Churchtown and Trewint  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/73/1,2  1786

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £210
(1) Edm. Bennett of St. Stephen-by-Saltash, esq., to (2) Chris. Edgcombe of Altarnun, yeo.
Moiety of Skilton's or Wilton's Parks and Pyper's tenement with marshes belonging, being 14 closes of land (23 acres) in or near Altarnun churchtown, late in possession of Geo. Edgcombe, decd., with common of pasture and turbary on Foy moor otherwise High moor; also other moiety of same tenement
Also messuage, house and old walls, gdn and waste ground adj., with common of pasture in Trewint townplace, Trewint Pitts and Trewint downs all called Susan Chastie's tenement; also gdn plot with shop adj., part of Grills' tenement, all in Trewint
23/24 Mar. 1786.

[no title]  RD/74/1-3  1793

Contents:
Will and probate of Chris. Edgcombe of Altarnun, yeo.
- to Rich. Nottle of Launceston, watchmaker, and Wm. Nicholls of Altarnun, yeo., all lands called Skilton's or Wilton's Parks, Piper's tenement and marshes, in Altarnun churchtown; also house and old walls, gdn and waste, called Susan Chastie's house, with gdn plot now converted into a shop, part of Grills' tenement at Trewint, all purchased from Edm. Bennett, esq; (as above); also Trenilk, with common of pasture on Trevage moor and Redhill in Altarnun, purchased from Rich. Wadge; all to be held in trust for sons Jn. and Chris. Edgcombe, subject to annuities for grandchildren Annabella, Rich., Cath. and Margt., children of Rich. Nottle
Also 2 copies.
Made 1793, proved 1796.

[no title]  RD/75  1831

Contents:
Mortgage for £510 (2000 yr demise)
(1) Wm. Hender of Callington, gent., and (2) Jonathan Nicholls of Altarnun, yeo. (exor. of Thos. N. of Altarnun, exor. of Wm. N., who was exor. of Chris. Edgcombe, decd.), to (3) Rich. Wills of Tamar Terrace, Stoke Damerel, Devon, esq.
Property as in RD/73 above
28 Oct. 1831

[no title]  RD/76  1833

Contents:
Conveyance of annuity; consideration £130
(1) Wm. Frost of Plymouth, druggist, to (2) Wm. Hender of Callington, gent.
Annuity of £6 chargeable by will of Chris. Edgcombe of Altarnun, decd. (grandfather of Wm. Hender) on premises as above
25 Mar. 1833.

[no title]  RD/77  1833

Contents:
Conveyance of annuity; consideration £160
(1) Wm. Venning of Altarnun, labourer, and w. Mary Luskey Venning, to (2) Wm. Render of Callington, gent; (3) Hugh Snell of Callington, gent.
Annuity of £6 chargeable by will of Chris. Edgcombe, of Altarnun, decd., on premises as above, for granddau. Cath. Hender (who later married Jas. Venning, (1) being their son)
2 Sep. 1833.

[no title]  RD/78/1,2  1833

Contents:
Lease and release and assignment of 500 yr term
Consideration: £510 to (3) by (2)
£990 to (2) by (5)
(1) Thos. Nicholls of Linkinhorne, yeo. (s. of Jn. N. who was bro. of Wm. N., trustee of will of Chris. Edgcombe); (2) Wm. Hender of Callington, gent. (s. of Annabella, w. of Wm. Hender of Altarnun, yeo.); (3) Rich. Wills of Devonport, esq; (4) Coryndon Rowe of Launceston, doctor of medicine; (5) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha, esq; (6) Jn. King Lethbridge of Tregear, esq; (7) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
(1) and (2) to (5)
Skilton's or Wilton's Parks and Piper's tenement and marshes, in Altarnun churchtown, now consisting of dwelling-house, fields, and closes, being a public house called the New Inn, with stable and buildings; also Susan Chasty's tenement and gdn converted into a shop, in Trewint
(4) At direction of (1) and (2) and on nomination of (5) to (7) in trust for (5)
All above premises for residue of 500 yr term
5/6 Sep. 1833.

[no title]  RD/79/1,2  1834

Contents:
Declaration of trusts of £300 (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Hender of Callington, surgeon
Wm. Hender to sell Francis Rodd premises left by will of Chris. Edgcombe (as in RD/74 above); premises to be held without interuption from Edgcombes and Nottles
6 Sep. 1834.

Dryworks and Tresibbet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/80/1,2  1765

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £125
(1) Rich. Bennett of Hexworthy, Lawhitton, esq., to (2) Edm. Bennett of Altarnun, yeo.
Moiety of premises in Altarnun called Drywork or Drywort; also of Tresibbet, The Park alias Lower's Park, with meadow adj., and Symons' Barn, now called Tresibbet and Shephard's Hill
28/29 Sep. 1765.

[no title]  RD/81/1,2  1779

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £5
(1) Geo. Bennett of Bodmin, now living in St. Stephen-by-Saltash, officer of excise, to (2) Edm. Bennett of St. Stephen-by-Saltash, esq.
Moiety of messuage and tenement called Drywork or Drywort
15/16 June 1779.

[no title]  RD/82/1,2  1779

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £160
(1) Edm. Bennett of St. Stephen-by-Saltash, esq., to (2) Jn. Broad of Altarnun, gent.
Moiety of messuage and tenement called Drywork or Drywort
20/21 June 1779.

[no title]  RD/83/1,2  1801

Contents:
Mortgage for £200 (lease and release)
(1) Jas. Broad of Altarnun, innkeeper, heir and administrator of goods of Jn. Broad late of Altarnun, innkeeper, decd., and Jn. Broad of Altarnun, innkeeper, bro. of Jas. B., to (2) Chris. Sloggett of Bodmin, gent.
Moiety of Drywork or Drywort; also of Trezebet and Shepherds Hill (as in RD/80 above)
27/28 May 1801.

[no title]  RD/84  1802

(Fragments only).

Contents:
Further charge on mortgage for £150
Parties and property as above
25 Jan. 1802.

[no title]  RD/85  1810

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £250
(1) Wm. Skyrme of Laugharne, Carmarthen, esq., and Jane Skyrme of Laugharne, spr; (2) Kedgwin Jas. Davies of Haverfordwest, gent; (3) Jn. Wallis of Bodmin, esq; (4) Jn. Bennett of Bodmin, gent.
(1) to (3)
Moiety of Dryworks or Drywort, Tresibbet, The Park or Lower's Park, with adj. meadow, now in occ. of Mary Broad, wid.
23/24 Mar. 1810.

[no title]  RD/86  1828

Contents:
Copy lease and release; consideration £1200
(1) Jn. Wallis of Bodmin, gent., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Jn. King Lethbridge of Tregear, gent.
Dryworks tenement, late in occ. of Jn. Broad
15/16 Dec. 1828.

Morecomeford or Smith's land  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/87/1,2  1778

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration 10/-
(1) Arthur Peter of Northill, yeo., s. of Arthur P. of Northill, yeo., deed., to (2) Arthur Peter of Lewannick, eldest s. of Sam. P. late of Northill, decd.
Moiety of waste ground, moors and marshes formerly called Morecomeford and lately called Smith's land in Altarnun, formerly the inheritance of Hen. Smith, yeo.
6/7 Mar. 1778.

[no title]  RD/88/1,2  1807

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: natural love and affection and annuity of £20 by Jn. P. to his father
(1) Arthur Peter of Northill, churchtown, yeo., to (2) his youngest son Jn. P. of Northill, yeo.
Moiety of wastes and moors called Morecomeford, now known as Smith's land in Altarnun (as above);
Moiety of Carkeet and Hill in St. Cleer;
Messuages, lands and tenements in Northill called Churchtown, late in occ. of Jn. Luskey; also 6 fields called Glovehole or Global; Homer Mean Park or Maina Park; Outer Mean Park or Maina Park; Long Park or Crossland; Homer North Park or North Ground and Outer North Park or North Ground, late in occ of Nich. Foott, dec; also Pethen's tenement in Northill churchtown; also Undertown field with watering place at lower end (about 9 acres), with the clift and ham adj. (13 acres); also field called Lower Meadow; 3 fields called Brambleland field and North Ground; also tenements called Addacroft (purchased from Jn. Parkin), all in Northill
29/30 July 1807.

[no title]  RD/89  1811

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine
(1) Jn. Davy of Northill, yeo., and w. Ann, to (2) Thos. Jasper of Northill, yeo.
¼ part of Smith's tenement in Altarnun, in occ. of Wm. Foott;
¼ part of Carkeet and Hill in St. Cleer, in occ. of Edw. Peter;
Addacroft in Northill in possession of Jn. Davy, and 3 fields called Wester, Higher and Lower Undertown with the Ham hill and orchard adj., in occ. of Jn. Elford, in Northill
7 Dec. 1811.

[no title]  RD/90  1856

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration £550 by (3) to (2) and further £1200 to (1)
(1) Jn. Davy of Glubhole, Northill, yeo., and w. Ann;
(2) Edw. Parson of St. Winnow, gent., mortgagee; to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (4) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
Messuage and tenement called Churchtown (except Back Door meadow and an orchard), with fields called High Park. (Glubhole, Homer and Outer Mean or Maina fields, Brimland or Brimbleland, North Grounds, and Cross Lands, in Northill (plan attached);
Also ¼ part of tenement in Altarnun (240 acres) called Smith's tenement, in occ. of Rich. Bray;
Also moiety of Newham's tenement, in manor of Northill, part of Duchy of Cornwall (about 52 acres)
18 Mar. 1856.

[no title]  RD/91  1859

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £100
(1) Arthur Peter of Northill, yeo; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Chas. Gurney of Trebursye, South Petherwin, esq.
(1) to (3) in trust for (2)
Moiety of land in Altarnun called Smith's land now in occ. of Rich. Bray, formerly called Morcomford
29 Sep. 1859.

Newton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/92/1,2  1733

[Badly damaged by damp).

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, gent., s. of Margt. C., decd., to (2) Nich. Even of Northill, farmer
Tenement and appurtenances in Altarnun called Newton late in occ. of Jn. Sherrow, now of Nich. Even
Also tenement in Altarnun, part of manor of Trevage, with piece of land part of Trevage moor, in w. part of tenement adj. Burland, late in occ. of Rich. Kelly them of Sampson Crowle, with common of pasture on Trevage moor
21/22 May 1733.

[no title]  RD/93/1,2  1733

Contents:
Mortgage for £260 (lease and release)
(1) Nich. Evens of Northill, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above
29/30 Aug. 1733.

[no title]  RD/94  1739

Contents:
Agreement to convey
(1) Nich. Evens of Northill, yeo., and s. Phil. E., to
(2) Alice Rodd of Northill, wid.
(1) to convey to (2) for £400
Newton in Altarnun; (1) to hold premises for 14 yrs at rent of £20 as (2)'s tenants
10 Sep. 1739.

[no title]  RD/95/1,2  1739-1740


Related information: For 1763 deed relating to Newton see NORTH PETHERWIN deeds CRO RD/1089.

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £400
(1) Nich. Evens of Northill, yeo., and s. Phil. E., to (2)
Alice Rodd of Northill, wid.
Property as in RD/92 above
31 Dec. 1739/1 Jan. 1739/40.

Trebullum  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/96  1680

Contents:
Bargin and sale
Consideration: to indemnify (2) of bond of even date to Thos. Seccombe of Bideford to secure payment of £100
(1) Thos. Bligh and s. Wm. B. both of Botathan in South Petherwin, esq., to (2) Stephen Hoskyn of Egloskerry, gent., and Oliver White of Altarnun, gent.
Two messuages and tenements at Trebullen in Altarnun
27 Dec. 1680.

[no title]  RD/97/1,2  1673

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £100
(1) Stephen Hoskyn of Egloskerry, gent., and Oliver White of Altarnun, gent., to (2) Peter Truscott of Trevallett, St. Thomas-by-Launceston, gent.
Two messuages and tenements in Trebullyn in Altarnun
27/28 Mar. 1673.

[no title]  RD/98  1693

Contents:
Release (lease for a year missing); consideration £100
(1) Wm. Bligh of Botathan, South Petherwin, gent., to (2) Peter Truscott of Trevallet, St. Thomas-by-Launceston, gent.
Two messuages and tenements in Trebullwyn
3 Apr. 1693.

[no title]  RD/99/1,2  1732

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £200
(1) Margery French of South Petherwin, wid., dau. of Peter Truscott late of Trevallet, St. Thomas-by-Launceston, gent., to (2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., grandson of Peter Truscott, decd.
1/3 part of 2 messuages and tenements in Trebulwyn or Trebullome in Altarnun, commonly called White's and Tinner's tenements, formerly purchased by Peter Truscott from Wm. Bligh of Botathan, esq.
5/6 Apr. 1732.

[no title]  RD/100/1,2  1732

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £200
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., grandson of Peter Truscott late of Trevallet, St. Thomas-by-Launceston, gent., decd., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
1/3 part of two messuages and tenements in Trebullwyn or Trebullome in Altarnun lately belonging to Mary Wadge, late decd., mother of (1), and one of daus. of Peter Truscott; also another 1/3 part of premises which (1) lately purchased from Margery French, wid., another dau. of Peter Truscott, called White's and Tinner's tenements, formerly purchased by Peter Truscott from Wm. Bligh of Botathan, esq.
16/17 Apr. 1732.

[no title]  RD/101/1,2  1737

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £466-13-4
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., grandson of Peter Truscott of Trevallet, gent., decd., to (2) Alice Rodd, wid., and Edw. Rodd, esq., brother of Francis R. late of Trebartha, esq., decd., being guardians and trustees appointed by will of Francis R. during the minority of his s. Francis
Property as above
14/15 Apr. 1737.

[no title]  RD/102  1704/1705

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Wm. Ruddle of South Petherwin, clerk, and w. Thomasine, to (2) Jn. Harris of St. Clether, clerk, and Jn. Stoke of Plympton Mary, Devon, clerk
1/3 part of two messuages in Trebullum in Altarnun;
1/3 part of messuage and tenement in Trelash in Warbstow;
1/3 part of tenement in Trevallet in St. Thomas-by-Launceston
24 Mar. 1704/1705.

[no title]  RD/103  1761

Contents:
Final concord
Margery Isacke, spr., querant; Joshua Bawden and w. Cecilia, deforciants
Moiety of land and rents with premises in Altarnun, St. Thomas and St. Stephen-by-Launceston, and St. Gennys
Hilary term 1761.

[no title]  RD/104  1770

Contents:
Final concord
Coryndon Carpenter, esq., querant, and Jn. Bellew and w. Eliz., deforciants
Premises in Trebullum in Altarnun; Trelash in Warbstow; Trevallet in St. Thomas-by-Launceston
Trinity term 1770

[no title]  RD/105  1771

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Jn. Bellew of Launceston, cordwainer, and w. Eliz., to
(2) Coryndon Carpenter of borough of Launceston, gent.
1/3 part of tenement in Trelash, Warbstow;
1/3 part of moiety of messuage and tenement in Trevallet in St. Thomas-by-Launceston;
1/3 part of great tithes of Trevallet;
1/3 part of messuage and tenement called Trebullum in Altarnun
31 July 1771.

[no title]  RD/106  1771

Contents:
1000 yr demise; peppercorn rent; consideration £100
(1) Jn. Bellew of Launceston, cordwainer, to (2) Jane Mann of Launceston, wid.
1/3; part of Trebullum in Altarnun; also dwelling-houses and gdns in Bullock's Lane and Fore Street, Launceston, and field in Launceston called Long Field
2 Nov. 1771.

[no title]  RD/107/1,2  1775

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £117-10-0 to (2) by (3)
(1) Jn. Bellew of Launceston, cordwainer; (2) Jane Mann of Launceston, wid., now living in Exeter; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan
1/3 part of Trebullum in Altarnun, in occ. of Rob. Mullis
24/25 Mar. 1775.

[no title]  RD/108/1,2  1754

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £35
(1) Geo. Bent of Exeter, Devon, doctor of physic, and
(2) Jn. Woollcombe of Ashbury, Devon, esq., and w. Mary, only child of Jeffery Morth late of Talland, esq., decd., to (3) Wm. Jasper of Egglescary (sic), tailor
Tenement, field or closes of land in Altarnun, part of manor of South Carne, called Trebullin, in occ. of (3) by 99 yr lease
24/25 Dec. 1754.

[no title]  RD/109  1753

Contents:
Will and probate of Wm. Jasper of Altarnun, tailor
- to w. Lucy (1/- and a pair of pigeons
- to dau. Ann, remainder of goods and lands
Made 1753, proved 1763.

[no title]  RD/110  1766

Contents:
Will and probate of Anne Jasper of Egloskerry
- all goods and estate to mother Luce Jasper, then to sister Margt. Mitchell
Made 1766, proved 1767.

[no title]  RD/111  1769-c.1770

Contents:
Case between Geo. Goodright and Thos. Jasper
Luce Jasper in 1769 lease to Geo. G. premises in Trebullom in Altarnun; he was forcibly ejected by Thos. Jasper before expiry of term
Thos. Jasper claims property, saying that Luce was not married to Wm. Jasper whose property she inherited; Ann their dau. was therefore a bastard and could not inherit; but Wm. and Luce were married in Tremayne church by a Mr. Bennett, "a very careless man who neglected to register the Marriage... Mr. B. and one other person were all the people present and they are all dead except Luce... they were accepted as Man and Wife by the Neighbours"

[no title]  RD/112/1,2  1775

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: payment of debts
(1) Margt. Mitchell of Egloskerry, single woman, to (2) Humphry Lawrence of Launceston, gent.
Trebullin in Altarnun, part of manor of South Carne
12/13 Dec. 1775.

[no title]  RD/113/1,2  1776

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £121
(1) Humphry Lawrence of Launceston, gent., and (2) Margt. Mitchell of Egloskerry, single woman, to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuages, tenements and fields in Altarnun part of manor of South Carne, called Trebullin, late in possession of Wm. Jasper, tailor
18/19 Dec. 1776.

[no title]  RD/114  1613

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £30
(1) Wm. Squyer of Tetcott, Devon, yeo., to (2) Leonard Treise of Lincoln's Inn, gent., and w. Radigund
Trebullen in Altarnun
1 Dec. 1613.

[no title]  RD/115  1620

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £90
(1) Leonard Treise of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, gent., and w. Radigonde, to (2) Jn. Taprell of Altarnun, gent.
Messuages, lands and tenements called Trebullen
14 June 1620.

[no title]  RD/116  1650

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £326
(1) Jn. Taprell of Altarnun, gent., to (2) Jn. Hickes of Altarnun, gent.
Messuages, lands and tenements called Trebullen or Trebulwine in Altarnun, formerly the lands of inheritance of Leonard Treise, gent; also close of land called the Plime park or Pleane park in Trebullen, formerly the lands of Rich. Adam
10 Oct. 1650.

[no title]  RD/117  1747-1810

Contents:
Abstract of deeds relating to title of Wm. Newcombe, esq., to tenement in Trebullum, Altarnun, being 3 closes called Pleane Park, The Hill and The Grove
(N.B. Wm. Newcombe, who inherited the property from Hickes of Trerithick, sold it in 1810 to Francis Rodd).

[no title]  RD/118  1733-1810

Contents:
Abstract of title of Jas. Venning to Stacy's tenement in Trebullum, Altarnun
(N.B. Jas. Venning sold Stacy's tenement to Francis Rodd, c.1810).

[no title]  RD/119  1841

Contents:
Assignment of residue of 500 yr term
(1) Jn. King Lethbridge of Tregear, esq., and Jn. Arscott Lethbridge of Greenwich Hospital, esq., exors. of Chris. Lethbridge of Launceston, gent., decd; (2) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall; (3) Ben. Bowden Dickinson of Knightshayes, Devon, esq; (4) Rich. Jn. Marker of Uffculme, Devon, esq.
(1) and (2) to (4) in trust for (3):
Stacy's tenement in Trebollum, Altarnun
11 Dec. 1841.

[no title]  RD/120/1,2  1845

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term (also counterpart)
(1) Rich. Jn. Marker of Uffculme, Devon, esq; (2) Ben. Bowden Walrond of Knightshayes, Tiverton, Devon, esq; (3) Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk, and Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (4) Alfred Bell of Lincolns Inn Gields, esq; (5) Sam. Steward of Lincolns Inn Fields, esq.
(1) to (5):
Tenement in Trebollom called Stacy's tenement
15 May 1845.

Wadge's Trenilk  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/121/1,2  1718

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £32 to (1), £3 to (2)
(1) Mulford Cunningham of Sampford Courtenay, Devon, currier, s. of Rich. C. decd; (2) Cath. Oliver of South Molton, Devon, wid. of Nich. O. late of Bishops Nympton, gent., decd., to (3) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo.
¼ part of messuages and tenements in Trenilk with common of pasture and estovers on Trevage moor and Redhill, in Altarnun
¾ June 1718.

[no title]  RD/122  1722

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration: (2) has given valuable consideration to the premises
(1) Geo. Oliver of Bishops Nympton, Devon, gent., s. of Nich. O. late of Bishops Nympton, gent., who was surviving trustee of a purchase made from Thos. and Wm. Blygh, to (2) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo.
¼ part of tenement in Trenilk with common of pasture and estover in Trevage moor and Redhill
14 June 1722.

[no title]  RD/123/1,2  1722/23

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £50 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Eliz. Northcote of South Molton, Devon, spr., dau. of Ursula Northcote decd, who was one of four sisters and heirs of Jn. Molford jun. late of Bishops Nympton, esq.; (2) Geo. Oliver of Bishops Nympton, gent., s. of Nich. Oliver, trustee of will of Jn. Molford, sen., to (3) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo.
¼ part of Trenilk with common of pasture and estovers in Trevage moor and Redhill
15/16 Mar. 1722/23.

[no title]  RD/124/1,2  1722/23

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £50 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Eliz. Squire of Townhouse, South Molton, Devon, spr., sister and heir of Jn. S. esq., decd., who was s. and heir of Eliz. S. wid., decd., sister of Jn. Molford jun. of Garleford, Bishops Nympton, decd; (2) Geo. Oliver of Bishops Nympton, esq., s. of Nich. O. decd., surviving trustee and exor. of will of Jn. Molford, sen; (3) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo.
(1) to (3):
¼ part of messuages, lands and tenements in Trenilk with common of pasture in Trevage moor and Redhill late the lands of Thos. Bligh
15/16 Mar. 1722/23.

[no title]  RD/125/1,2  1727

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £45 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Frances and Eliz. Northleigh, both of Rockbear, Devon, sprs., sisters and coheirs of Jn. N. late of Exeter, decd., s. of Frances Northleigh, decd., who was one of 4 sisters and heirs of Jn. Molford jun., decd; (2) Geo. Oliver of Bishops Nympton, gent., s. of Nich. O. decd; (3) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo.
(1) to (3):
¼ part of tenement in Trenilk with common of pasture and estovers in Trevage moor and Redhill
6/7 July 1727.

[no title]  RD/126/1,2  1741/42

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £10
(1) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Rich. Maddock of Middle Temple, London, gent.
Tenement called Trenilk (30 acres) in Altarnuh, in possession of (1)
23/24 Mar. 1741/42.

[no title]  RD/127  1741/42

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a recovery
(1) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo; (2) Rich. Maddock of Middle Temple, London, gent; (3) Vincent Darley of Callington, gent.
Property as above
24 Mar. 1741/42.

[no title]  RD/128/1,2  1783

Contents:
Mortgage for £400 (lease and release) with covenant to levy a fine
(1) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo., and w. Susanna, to
(2) Chris. Edgcombe of Altarnun, yeo.
Trenilk, with common of pasture in Trevage moor and Redhill
21/22 Feb. 1783.

[no title]  RD/129/1,2  1783

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Chris. Edgcombe, querant; Rich. Wadge and w. Susanna, deforciants
Messuage and tenement in Trenilk
Feb. 1783.

[no title]  RD/130  1785

Contents:
Release and quitclaim; consideration £443-8-6 and further £179-1-6
(1) Rich. Wadge of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Chris. Edgcombe of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements called Trenilk in Altarnun with common of pasture and estovers in Trevage moor and Redhill
18 Apr. 1785.

[no title]  RD/131/1,2  1824

Contents:
Lease and release, with declaration of uses of a fine; consideration £250
(1) Rob. MacGregor of Carnouskie, North Britain, and w. Mgt; (2) Rob. Bullen of Falmouth, officer of excise; (3) Jn. Darke of Launceston, gent.
Recites: will of Rich. Edgcumbe, 1793, which left Trenilk to sons and granddaus. Annabella, w. of (2); Cath., w. of Rich. James; and Margt., w. of (1)
(1) to (2):
1/3 part of Trenilk with common of pasture in Trevage moor and Redhill
18/19 Aug. 1824.

[no title]  RD/132  1825

Contents:
Copy of final concord
Sam. Archer, clerk, querant; Rob. MacGregor and w. Margt., and Rob. Bullen and w. Annabella, deforciants
2/3 parts of premises in Trenilk
Feb. 1825

[no title]  RD/133  1826

Contents:
Mortgage for £300 (deed of appointment)
(1) Rob. Bullen of St. Keverne, officer of excise, and w. Annabella, to (2) rev. Sam. Archer of Lewannick, clerk
1/3 part of premises in Trenilk
16 Jan. 1826

[no title]  RD/134  1831

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for further £400
(1) Edw. Archer of Trelaske, Lewannick, esq., exor. of will of Sam. A. decd; (2) Rob. Bullen, late of Falmouth, now of Port Isaac, Endellion, officer of excise; to (3) Rich. Grose of St. Kew, gent.
2/3 parts of premises in Trenilk
19 June 1831

[no title]  RD/135/1,2  1834

Contents:
Lease and release and assignment in trust; consideration £408
(1) Rich. Grose of St. Kew, gent; (2) Rob. Bullen of Port Isaac, gent; (3) rev. Duke Yonge of Antony, clerk, and rev. Jn. Yonge of Puslinch, Devon, clerk; (4) Rich. James of Penryn, gardener; (5) Sam. Williams of Penryn, mason; (6) Jn. Tresidder of Penryn, gent.
(1), (2) and (3) to (4) and his trustees (5) and (6):
2/3 parts of Trenilk
5/6 Nov. 1834

[no title]  RD/136/1,2  1834

Contents:
Mortgage for £650 (lease and release)
(1) Rich. James of Penryn, gardener, and w. Cath., to
(2) Wm. Lugg of Penryn, naval lieut.; (3) Jn. Tresidder of Penryn, gent; (4) Jn. Spry Tresidder of Penryn, gent.
2/3 parts of Trenilk
7/8 Nov. 1834

[no title]  RD/136/3  1834

Contents:
Certificate of deed by married woman
Cath., w. of Rich. James of Penryn, gardener
8 Nov. 1834

[no title]  RD/137/1,2  1838

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £19
(1) Rich. Nottle Bullen of Penryn, mariner, to (2) Rich. James of Penryn, gardener
1/3 part of premises in Trenilk with common of pasture and estovers in Trevage moor and Redhill
17/18 Aug. 1838

[no title]  RD/138  1783-1836

Contents:
Abstract of title to premises in Trenilk with common of pasture on Trevage moor and Redhill

[no title]  RD/139  1783-1841

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of rev. Edw. Rodd to premises in Trenilk (as above)

[no title]  RD/140  1841

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 yr term
(1) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent; (2) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall; (3) Ben. Bowden Dickinson of Knightshayes, Devon, esq; (4) Rich. Jn. Marker of Uffculme, Devon, esq.
(1) to (4):
Premises at Trenilk
26 Nov. 1841

[no title]  RD/141/1,2  1845

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 yr term on transfer of mortgage in fee for £7500 (also counterpart)
(1) Rich. Jn. Marker of Uffculme, Devon, gent; (2) Ben. Bowden Walrond formerly known as Dickinson, of Knights-hayes, Tiverton, Devon, esq; (3) Jn. Hearle Tremayne of Heligan, esq., rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk, and Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (4) Alfred Bell of Lincolns Inn Fields, esq; (5) Sam. Steward of Lincolns Inn Fields, esq.
(1) to (5) :
2/3 parts of premises in Trenilk with common of pasture on Trevage moor and Redhill
15 May 1845

Bligh's Trenilk  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/142  1742/43

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration £93
(1) Chris. Nanscawen of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Rich. Tinner of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Trenilk in Altarnun late the lands of inheritance of Thos. and Wm. Bligh, decd.
1 Feb. 1742/43

[no title]  RD/143  1793

Contents:
Mortgage for £80 (bargain and sale)
(1) Rich. Coumbe of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Edw. Collings of Stanaver, Northill, yeo.
Moiety of dwelling-house and tenement called Trenilk, consisting of Curry's Hill and Cross Parks, part of manor of Tredawle, late in possession of Rich. Vyvyan, then Rich. Tynner, then Phil. Coumbe
2 Apr. 1793

[no title]  RD/144  1793

Contents:
Bond in £160
(1) Rich. Coumbe of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Edw. Collings of Northill, yeo.
To secure payment of £80 and to keep covenants in mortgage deed of even date (above)
Declaration by Edw. C. that £80 is "the property of a Set, or Body of Men who meet together and call themselves the Union Society kept now at the House of Charles Jinking at Congdon's Shop in the parish of Northill"
2 Apr. 1793

[no title]  RD/145/1-4  1801

Contents:
Lease and release (also 2 copies); consideration £350
(1) Rich. Wymond of St. Veep, esq., and Rich. Coumbe of Trenilk, Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Moiety of tenement and dwelling-house called Trenilk, with Curry's Hill and the Cross Parks, part of manor of Tredawle late in possession of Phil. Coumbe, decd.
Also other moiety late the possession of Rich. Vyvyan, then Rich. Tinner, now Rich. Coombe
Also tenement and premises in Trenilk called Scawen's tenement, formerly the lands of Thos. and Wm. Bligh, afterwards of Chris. Nanscawen, then Rich. Tinner
Also messuage and part of Trevage parks called Scantlebury's being dwelling-house, barn and other outhouses, and 3 fields called Trevage meadows, with common of pasture in Trevage
15/16 Dec. 1801

[no title]  RD/146  1807

(Chewed by mice).

Contents:
Draft release; consideration £211-5-0 by (3) to (1)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Rich. Coumbe of Trenilk, Altarnun, yeo; (3) Joseph Reed of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Fields or closes of land called Green Lane, Head Field and Bates Fields, being part of Trenilk tenement commonly called Scawen's, late the lands of Thos. and Wm. Bligh, then of Chris. Nanscawen
Also field called Curry's Hills part of Curry's tenement, Trenilk
29 Sep. 1807

[no title]  RD/147  1808

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine
(1) Rich. Coumbe of Trenilk, Altarnun, yeo., and w. Martha; (2) Sarah Coumbe of Northill; (3) Joseph Reed of Linkinhorne, yeo; (4) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
(1), (2) to (4):
Moiety of Trenilk consisting of Curry's Hills and the Cross Parks; also the other tenement at Trenilk called Scawen's tenement
26 Feb. 1808

[no title]  RD/148/1,2  1811

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £240
(1) Jas. Prockter of Launceston, gent; (2) Rich. Coumbe of Trenilk, Altarnun, yeo; (3) Sarah Coumbe of Northill, wid; (4) Jn. Darke of Launceston, gent., trustee for (1)
(2) and (3) to (1):
3 closes of land called Cross Parks (8 acres) in Altarnun
13/14 Mar. 1811

[no title]  RD/149/1,2  1814

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £252
(1) Jas. Prockter of Launceston, gent., to (2) Wm. Nicolls of Altarnun, yeo.
3 closes of land called Cross Parks(8 acres)
29/30 Apr. 1814

[no title]  RD/150  1814

Contents:
Mortgage for £400 (1000 yr demise)
(1) Wm. Nicolls of Altarnun, yeo; (2) Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston, gent; (3) Thos. Brayley of Holwell, Devon, yeo.
(1) to (3):
Messuages and tenements being part of manor of Tredawle in Altarnun, being part of Trenilk late in occ. of Wm. Northey then of Nevill Northey; Captain's ground or Coom's tenement late in occ. of Wm. Northey; tenement in Trenilk late in occ. of Wm. Northey
24 Dec. 1814

[no title]  RD/151/1,2  1816

Contents:
Mortgage for £350 (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Nicolls of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Thos. Nicolls of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuages and tenements being part of manor of Tredawle in Altarnun, being part of Trenilk late in occ. of Wm. Northey then of Nevill Northey; Captain's ground or Coom's tenement late in occ. of Wm. Northey; tenement in Trenilk late in occ. of Wm. Northey
Also closes called Cross Parks now in occ. of Wm. Nicolls
2/3 June 1816

Trevage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/152/1-3  1733

Contents:
Lease and release (also counterpart lease); consideration £370
(1) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, gent., s. of Margt C., decd., to (2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Part of manor of Trevage in Altarnun and Lewannick, which Margt. C. left to Hen. C., being fields called Trevage Parks or the Barton closes (80 acres); close now divided into 3 called Trevage Plash (about 7 acres), being on e. side of Trevage parks; Strayer Parks (20 acres) late in occ. of Rich. Wadge, father of Peter W; Pound Park adj. Trevage pound, with 3 closes (formerly 4) and 2 meadows under the lane from Trevage to Lewannick churchtown; also Trevage wood; also two water grist mills, formerly one mill, called Trevage mills, with common of pasture in Trevage moor and townplace; also piece of land called Dennebol (½ acre), a little gdn plot on s. side of way near the mills, and a plot on s. side of mills adj. king's highway, all in Altarnun; also chief rents out of lands in Trenilk and Cargelly
15/16 Aug. 1733

[no title]  RD/153  1733

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration £110
(1) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, gent., s. of Margt. C., decd., to (2) Jn. Wadge of Northill, gent.
Messuage and tenement called Trevage late in occ. of (2)'s brother Peter W., with common of pasture and turbary on Trevage moor
16 Aug. 1733.

[no title]  RD/154  1733

Contents:
Bond in £200
(1) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, gent., to (2) Jn. Wadge of Northill, gent.
To perform covenants in deed of even date (as above)
16 Aug. 1733.

[no title]  RD/155  1733

(Fragments only).

Contents:
Assignment of leaseholds; consideration: purchase of premises by (1)
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Rich. Blight of Bodmin, gent.
Premises in Altarnun
Aug. 1733.

[no title]  RD/156/1,2  1733

Contents:
Mortgage for £580 (lease and release)
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Trevage Parks or the Barton closes (80 acres); also Trevage Plash; Strayer Parks; Pound Park; Trevage wood; Trevage mills with plots and gdns; also chief rents out of Trenilk and Cargelly (as in RD/152 above)
19/20 Sep. 1733.

[no title]  RD/157  1749/50

Contents:
Agreement as to mortgage; consideration £1040 mortgage
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Alice Rodd of Trebartha, Northill, wid., extrix in trust of will of her decd. husband Francis Rodd
Property as above
20 Mar. 1749/50.

[no title]  RD/158/1,2  1756

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £1040 (lease and release)
(1) Alice Rodd of Trebartha, wid., to (2) son Francis R. esq
Property as above
1/2 May 1756.

[no title]  RD/159/1-3  1735

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Jn. Wadge of Northill, gent., and w. Eliz., to (2) Jn. Turner of Altarnum, blacksmith
Trevage house
14 July 1735.
Also final concord (with counterpart).

[no title]  RD/160/1,2  1735

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £121-10-0
(1) Phil. Welsh of Launceston, gent., and (2) Jn. Wadge of Northill and w. Eliz., to (3) Jn. Turner of Altarnun, blacksmith
Trevage house, late in occ. of Peter Wadge, with common of pasture and turbary belonging
11/12 July 1735.

[no title]  RD/161/1-3  1767

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £20
(1) Jn. Turner of Tintagel, yeo., to (2) Rob. Martyn of Tintagel, yeo.
Treveage house late in occ. of Jn. Wadge then of Hezekiah Spear as tenant to Jn. W., with common of pasture and turbary on Treveage moor
26/27 Feb. 1767.
Also bond to secure payment of £20.

[no title]  RD/162  1774-1775

Contents:
Memorandum of bargain and sale; consideration £135
(1) Jn. Turner of St. Germans, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Reversion in fee of lands in Trevage
18 Oct. 1774.
Endorsed: receipt for payment for a horse, Mar. 1775.

[no title]  RD/163/1-3  1775

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
(1) Jn. Turner of St. Germans, yeo., and w. Mary, and Sam. Hawke of St. Germans, yeo., and w. Mary, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Trevage house
18 May 1775.
Also final concord (and counterpart).

[no title]  RD/164  1775

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Rob. Martyn of Tintagel, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Trevage house
23 June 1775.

[no title]  RD/165  1733

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £58-10-0
(1) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, gent., s. of Margt. C., wid., to (2) Rich. Tinner of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuage part of Trevage Park known as Scantlebury's estate, late in occ. of Wm. Scantlebury, with common of pasture in Trevage moor, and the pasture of the pound belonging to the manor of Trevage, saving at the time of impounding any beasts
10 May 1733.

[no title]  RD/166  1801-1805

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption
(1) Rich. Coumbe of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuage, part of Trevage Parks commonly called Scantlebury's estate, being dwelling-house, barn and other outhouses, and 3 fields called Trevage meadows with common of pasture in Trevage (assigned 1801 by Rich. Wymond of St. Veep and Rich. Coumbe of Altarnun to Francis Rodd)
16 June 1805.

[no title]  RD/167  1808

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Rich. Coumbe of Trenilk, Altarnun, yeo., and w. Martha;
(2) Sarah Coumbe of Northill, wid; to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above
26 Feb. 1808.

[no title]  RD/168/1,2  1733

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £165
(1) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, gent., exor. of will of Margt. C., wid., to (2) Wm. Hamley of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Trevage, late in occ. of Thos. Tynner
21/22 May 1733

[no title]  RD/169/1,2  1733

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £100
(1) Wm. Hamley of Altarnun, yeo; (2) Honor Kingdom of Launceston, wid., to (3) Rich. Clark of Launceston, gent.
Messuage and tenement called Trevage, late in occ. of Thos. Tynner
15/16 June 1733.

[no title]  RD/170  1736

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Thos. Hurrell of Beer Ferris, Devon, clerk; (2) Hen. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, gent; (3) Jn. Hosken, sen. of Lewannick, yeo., and Jn. Hosken jun. his son; Thos. Hender of Altarnun, Peter Hender of Altarnun, yeo., and Wm. Hamley of Altarnun, yeo., Nich. Evens of Northill, yeo.
Trevage, Stratfords, Netherton, Tregrennow, Newton, and Blackadon, with common of pasture on Trevage moor
16 Aug. 1736.

Trewint  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/171/1,2  1691

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £93
(1) Phil. Evan of Northill, yeo., and Hen. Evan of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Rich. Wadge jun. of Lewannick, gent.
Dwelling-house and appurtenances in Trewint in Altarnun commonly called Jean Kittow's house, with little plot of ground on w. side of house, the length of the house and 22' wide, with commons of pasture for pigs and geese on townplace of Trewint; also 4 closes called Middle Park, Little Meadow, Broad Park and East Hill; also an acre of land hedged and enclosed on w. side of the stone bank which sometime led the way from Trewint town to the said closes of land, with common of pasture on Trewint down and Trewint Pitts; also closes called Bovetown, Three-cornered park, Great Meadow, Wester Middle Park and Wester Hill Park at lower end next to the mill leat leading to the mill in Altarnun churchtown, with common of pasture on Trewint down and Pitts
24/25 Apr. 1691.

[no title]  RD/172  1731

Contents:
Mortgage for £80 (lease and release; 1 yr lease missing)
(1) Truscott Wadge of Altarnun, miller, to (2) Rich. Heale of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements at Trewint or Trewint the Greater
16 Nov. 1731.

[no title]  RD/173  1736

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (lease and release; 1 yr lease missing)
(1) Rich. Heale of Altarnun, yeo; (2) Alice Rodd of Northill, wid; (3) Truscott Wadge of Altarnun, miller, one of younger sons of Rich. W. late of Upton, Lewannick, gent., decd.; (4) Peter Wadge of Upton, s. and heir of Rich. W.
(1) with consent of (3) to (2)
Premises in Trewint the Greater late in occ. of Truscott Wadge and mortgaged by him to (1)
8 Jan. 1736.

[no title]  RD/174/1,2  1736

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Alice Rodd, wid., querant; Truscott Wadge and w. Charity, deforciants
Trewint the Greater
Hilary term 1736.

[no title]  RD/175  1742

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Vincent Darley, demandant, Rich. Maddock, tenant; Sam. Ward, vouchee
Trewint
15 May 1742.

[no title]  RD/176  1673

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £80
(1) Jn. Boddy of Davidstow, gent., to (2) Jn. Saltren of Slade (? Liskeard), gent.
Messuages, tenements, lands, commons, wastes, tin mines and revenues in Great Trewint
8 Oct. 1673.

[no title]  RD/177/1,2  1796

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £420
(1) Edm. Bennett of Trematon, St. Stephen-by-Saltash, esq., to (2) Wm. Hender of Altarnun, yeo.
Property in Great Trewint in occ. of Adam Grylls, Jn. Coumb and Chris. Edgcombe, which (1) purchased from Jn. Saltren late of Treludick, esq., with right of common on High Moor, Foy moor and Butterdown
24/25 Mar. 1796.

[no title]  RD/178  1805

Contents:
Mortgage for £350 (lease for 500 yrs)
(1) Wm. Hender of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Wm. Hocken of Lewannick, gent.
Property in Great Trewint lately purchased by (1) from Edm. Bennett decd.
23 Mar. 1805.

[no title]  RD/179/1,2  1830

Contents:
Mortgage for £550 (assignment of 1000 yr term by lease and release)
Annabella Hender of Altarnun, wid; (2) Walter Hockin of Callington, gent; (3) Hen. Hocken of Lewannick and Wm. Hocken Morgan of St. Tudy, gents; to (4) Jn. Carpenter of St. Germans, yeo; (5) Matthew Anstis of Liskeard, gent., his trustee
Messuages, lands and tenements in Great Trewint late in occ. of Adam Grills, Jn. Cornish and Chris. Edgcombe, with common of pasture on High Moor, Foy Moor and Butterdown
22/23 Mar. 1830.

[no title]  RD/180  1832

Contents:
Further charge on mortgage to secure £150
(1) Walter Hender of Callington, surgeon, to (2) Walter Hockin of Callington, gent.
Property (unspecified) in Altarnun
21 Mar. 1832.

[no title]  RD/181/1,2  1833

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £590 by (5) to (1)
(1) Jn. Carpenter of St. Germans, yeo; (2) Matthew Anstis of Liskeard, gent; (3) Walter Hockin of Callington, gent; (4) Wm. Hender of Callington, gent; (5) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (6) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent; (7) Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston, gent.
(1) to (5):
Messuages, lands and tenements in Great Trewint, formerly in possession of Adam Grills, Jn. Cornish and Chris. Edgcombe, being part of and now called Adams' tenement, being a barn, yard, gdn and small plantation, with 5 fields (Bovetown, Great Park, Quarry Park, Higher and Lower Martin's fields)
26/27 July 1833.

[no title]  RD/182/1,2  1833

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £100
(1) Hugh Snell of Callington, gent., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Dwelling-house, gdns, courtelages and premises in Great Trewint, late the lands of Wm. Hender
19/20 Sep. 1833.

[no title]  RD/183  1725-1828

Contents:
Assignment of terms of 300 and 1000 yrs, and release
(1) Thos. Woollcombe of Devonport, gent; (2) rev. Joseph Turner, dean of Norwich; (3) Hon. Jn. Somers Cocks, commonly called Viscount Eastnor, and Hon. Jn. Rob. Townshend, eldest s. of Viscount Sydney; (4) Wm., earl of St. Germans, Hon.Edw. Granville Eliot, his s., and Edw.'s w. lady Jemima Eliot; (5) Sir Wm. Hen. Pringle, major-general, and w. Dame Harriet; (6) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (7) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent; (8) Jn. Tillie Coryton of Pentillie Castle, esq.
(1) at direction of (3) and (4) with consent of (5), and on nomination of (6), to (7):
Premises in 300 yr assignment of 5 June 1725
(2) at request of (3) and (4) and consent of (5), on nomination of (6), to (8):
Premises in 1000 yr assignment of 28 June 1791
(5), with Earl of St. Germans as trustee, to (2) and (6): quitclaim and release of charge of £20,000
(Properties not given, but endorsement reads "Codda and half of Tolborough etc")
24 June 1828.

ALTARNUN, LEWANNICK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/184  1874

Contents:
Toll houses
Conveyance; consideration £45
(1) Francis Jn. Hext, Rob. Edyvean and Rich. Grose Pollard, three of trustees of Bodmin Turnpike, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Dwelling-house and premises erected and now and for many years used as a toll house for the collector of tolls, with gdn belonging, being at Palmer's Bridge in Altarnun; also dwelling-house used as toll-house at Plasha Cross in Lewannick
7 Feb. 1874.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Dryworks  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/185  1784

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Jn.; and Jn., s. of Jn. Glanville and Frances, now Frances, w. of Jn. Broad); rent 10/-
Consideration: £80
(1) Wm. Langdon, rear-admiral of the White, of St. Pancras, London, esq., to (2) Jn. Broad of Altarnun, innholder
Moiety of Dryworks or Drywort, Tresibbet, The Park or Lower's Park with adj. meadow on Symon's Ham and Shepherd's Hill in Altarnun and St. Neot
16 Aug. 1784.

[no title]  RD/186  1828

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr leasehold
(1) Jn. Bennett of Bodmin, gent., and Jn. Wallis of Bodmin, gent., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Property as above
17 Dec. 1828.

[no title]  RD/187/1,2  1834

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Mary, dau. Susan Jane, and Charity Grace, dau. of Roger Parsons of South Petherwin, schoolmaster); rent 5/- (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to
(2) Rich. Wilton of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of ground on e. side of turnpike house at Palmer's Bridge and to n. of turnpike road; with two other pieces of ground on s. side of turnpike road at Palmers, bounded on s. by hedge of the common, all part of Dry Works, with right to cut turf in the marsh at Dryworks sufficient for fuel for dwelling-house to be built on premises
Plan in margin.
10 June 1834.

[no title]  RD/188  1858

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £70
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Sleeman of Egloskerry, yeo.
Dryworks in Altarnun and Todda Parks in St. Neot, in occ. of Sampson Pearn
Good husbandry clauses
20 Mar. 1858.

[no title]  RD/189/1,2  1849-1861

Contents:
60 yr lease (also counterpart); rent £34
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Treleaven, yeo.
Piece of ground called Dryworks Outer Down and Toddy Park (172 acres) including plot of ground, cottage and gdn in occ. of Jas. Doney, in Bolventor (formed 1849 out of part of Altarnun and St. Neot).
Plan in margin
24 Apr. 1861.

[no title]  RD/190  1874-1875

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £52
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Sleeman of Altarnun, yeo.
Dryworks and Dryworks down
24 Oct. 1874.
Endorsed: surrender of 1875 by J. Lethbridge Cowlard to Francis Rodd of that part of field on w. side of road from Bolventor, and so as not to interfere with flow of water in its present course to Dryworks, Francis Rodd to place pump in Dryworks yard.

[no title]  RD/191  1834-1879

Contents:
Surrender of 60 yr lease
(1) Geo. Holman of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Premises at Dryworks (leased 1834 by Francis Hearle Rodd to Rich. Wilton, as in RD/187 above)
Plan in margin
22 Mar. 1879.

Newton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/192  1631

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and daus. Jane and Joan); rent 10/-
Consideration: £20
(1) Sir Edm. Fowell of Fowelscombe, Devon, to (2) Rich. Kelly of Altarnun, husbandman
Tenement in Newton in Altarnun with piece of waste land, part of Trevage moor, on w. part of tenement, between Newton and Burland, with common of pasture on Trevage moor (except one parcel of land called Stitfords, lately part of tenement), premises being late in occ. of Thos. Hockaday
10 Aug. 1631.

[no title]  RD/193  1704/05

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Eliz., dau. of Edw. Mitchell late of St. Winnow, decd.); rent 10/8
Consideration: £60 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Dartington, wid., to (2) Nich. Even of Northill, tanner
Tenement in Newton, part of manor of Trevage, with piece of waste land called Trevage moor on w. part of tenement between Newton and Burland, with common of pasture on Trevage moor
24 Jan. 1704/05.

[no title]  RD/194/1,2  1706/07

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 10/10 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £25 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Dartington, wid., to (2) Nich. Evan of Altarnun, tanner
Messuage and tenement called Newton, with common of pasture and estovers in Trevage moor
7 Jan. 1706/07.

[no title]  RD/195  1733

Contents:
Assignment of leaseholds; consideration 5/- by (2) to (1)
(1) Phil. Evens of Northill, yeo; (2) Edw. Puckey of Liskeard, gent; (3) Nich. Evens, (1)'s father; (4) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Tenement in Newton with piece of waste land, part of Trevage moor, between Newton and Burland (as in RD/193 above);
Also tenement in Newton late in occ. of Jn. Sherrow, formerly leased by Margt. Champernowne to Nich. Evens (as in RD/194 above)
28 Aug. 1733.

[no title]  RD/196  1768

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £22
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Hawke of Lewannick, husbandman
Newton
25 Mar. 1768.

[no title]  RD/197  1790

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £165
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Vosper of Lewannick, yeo.
Barton and farm of Upton or Upperton in Lewannick, with close of land adj. Upton called Wadge's Hill; also messuage and tenement called Newton in Altarnun, with four overlands called Earles Ground, Trevage Parks, Strayer Park and Trewint in Altarnun, all now in occ. of lessee, with right of common of pasture and turbary on Trevage moors
Good husbandry clauses
16 Aug. 1790.

[no title]  RD/198  1803

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £220
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Vosper of Lewannick, yeo.
Property as above
10 Dec. 1803.

[no title]  RD/199  1871

Contents:
40 yr lease; rent £8
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Stephens of Altarnun, labourer
2 fields part of Newton estate in Altarnun, called the downs
26 Aug. 1871.

Priddicombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/200  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, Eliz. Jory and Wm. J. jun.); rent £2
Consideration: lessee within 12 months to build dwelling-house of stone and mortar with barn, stable and other buildings necessary for farming property
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Wm. Jory of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of land on w. side of Priddacombe in Altarnun, now marked out for fencing (about 20 acres), with liberty to cut turf in Priddicombe marsh for use in dwelling-house
29 May 1837.

[no title]  RD/201/1,2  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and sons Jn. and Thos.); rent £2 (also counterpart)
Consideration: lessee within 12 months to build dwelling-house of stone and mortar, with barn, stable and other necessary outbuildings for farming property
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Jn. Hambly of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of ground on e. side of Priddicombe tenement being marked out for fencing (20 acres), with liberty to cut turf in marsh for use in dwelling-house
29 May 1837

[no title]  RD/202/1,2  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, Geo. N. aged 7, Marina N. aged 4); rent £2 (also counterpart)
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Wm. Nottle of Altarnun, labourer
Part of Priddicombe common at s.w. end of Priddicombe tenement
25 Mar. 1837.

[no title]  RD/203  1837

Contents:
Mortgage for £20 (assignment of lease)
(1) Wm. Nottle of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, gent.
Part of Priddicombe common at s.w. end of Priddicombe tenement (20 acres), where buildings have been erected (as above)
14 Oct. 1837

[no title]  RD/204  1860

Contents:
Assignment and surrender of leasehold; consideration £60
(1) Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, gent., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above
1860 (day and month not given)

[no title]  RD/205/1,2  1865

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, s. Jn. and Jas. Wille of Altarnun, labourer); rent £4-11-0 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £60
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Nottle of Altarnun, labourer
That part of Priddicombe common consisting of dwelling-house, out-buildings and land now in occ. of lessee
1 Jan. 1865.

[no title]  RD/206/1,2  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and sons Nich. and Wm.); rent £2 (also counterpart)
Consideration: lessee within 12 months to build dwelling-house of stone, with barn, stable and other necessary out-buildings
Piece of ground at s.e. end of Stanning Hill, part of Priddicombe tenement (about 20 acres), with liberty to cut turf for fuel in marsh under Stanning Hill, for use in dwelling-house
21 Nov. 1837.

[no title]  RD/207  1842

Contents:
Mortgage for £34 (assignment of 99 yr lease)
(1) Nich. Herring of Altarnun, labourer, and Jn. Wevill of Lewannick, gent., his mortgagee, to (2) Jn. Bone of Lewannick, gent.
Piece of ground part of Stanning Hill, with dwelling-house and buildings there (as above), which Nich. H. mortgaged to Jn. Wevill in 1838
28 Feb. 1842.

[no title]  RD/208  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, Hen. Hodge jun. and Jn. Hodge); rent £2
Consideration: lessee within 12 months to build dwelling-house of stone and mortar, with barn, stable and other outbuildings necessary for farming property
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Hen. Hodge of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of land on w. side of Stanning Hill, part of Priddicombe tenement (about 20 acres), with liberty to cut turf for fuel in marsh adj. Stanning Hill for use in dwelling-house
21 Nov. 1837.

[no title]  RD/209/1,2  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Thos. and Wm. Philips); rent £2 (also counterpart)
Consideration: lessee to build dwelling-house with barn, stable and out-buildings necessary for farming property
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Arthur Philips of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of ground on s. end of Priddicombe tenement, to be fenced in by lessee, with liberty to cut in shallow water marsh turf for fuel for use in dwelling-house
21 Nov. 1837

[no title]  RD/210/1,2  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Jane Bone; Thos. Philips); rent £2 (also counterpart)
Consideration: lessee to build dwelling-house with barn, stable and out-buildings necessary for farming property
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Hen. Bone of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of land on s.w. side of tenement (Priddicombe) to be fenced by lessee, with liberty to cut in shallow water marsh turf for fuel for use in dwelling-house
21 Nov. 1837.

[no title]  RD/211/1,2  1866

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Susan, s. Thos. Bickford Lang); rent £6 (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Lang of Priddicombe, Bolventor, in Altarnun, yeo.
Premises formerly leased by Edw. Rodd to Hen. Bone, part of Priddicombe (as above)
2 June 1866

[no title]  RD/212/1,2  1839

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Wm., Jn. and Rich. Smeeth); rent £4 (also counterpart)
Consideration: lessee is now building, and is to finish within 12 months, dwelling-house of stone
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Stephen Smeeth of Northill, yeo.
Part of Roughland common (40 acres) being part of Priddicombe in Altarnun
1 July 1839.

[no title]  RD/213  1859

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration £90
(1) Joseph Browne of Tavistock, Devon, gent., to (2) Rich. Smeeth of Altarnun, yeo.
Tenement called Roughland (as above), leased 1839 by Edw. Rodd to Stephen Smeeth;
Also insurance policy
21 Oct. 1859

Trebullum  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/214  1735

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Wm. and Eliz.); rent 4/-
Consideration: £20 and a guinea of gold
(1) Jeffery Morth of Talland, esq., to (2) Wm. Jasper of Altarnun, yeo.
Houses, old walls, meadows, with common of pasture, being part of 2 tenements in Trebullen; being late in occ. of Nath. Dodgen, decd., with parcel of land called Whittapark near Tresibbet Down (4 acres), and parcel called Lower Whittaborough being near the highway leading from Pollgray Gate to Higher Gonon (½ acre), with hayes and gdns belonging, with old walls adj. dwelling-house, and common of pasture on Trebullen town floor; also smith's shop in Over Gonon late in occ. of Jn. Colly and Nich. Rawle, with common of pasture and turbary on wastes and moors of manor of South Caron (Carne)
24 June 1735.

[no title]  RD/215  1738

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration 5/-, Wm. jun. to pay sister Eliz. 20/- annuity
(1) Wm. Jasper of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Wm. Jasper his son, of Altarnun, tailor
Property as above
17 June 1738.

[no title]  RD/216  1777

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £40
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rob. Mullis of South Petherwin, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Trebullom or Trebullyn, and another tenement there, late Jasper's (as above)
25 Mar. 1777.

[no title]  RD/217  1792

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £44
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rob. Nicolls of Altarnun, yeo., and Rob. Mullis of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, yeo.
Two messuages and tenements called Trebullom with Jasper's tenements, now in occ. of lessee
Good husbandry clauses
16 Apr. 1792.

[no title]  RD/218  1747

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and daus. Cath. and Joan); rent 1/6
Consideration: £19
(1) Jn. Hickes of Altarnun, esq., to (2) Rich. Heal of Altarnun, husbandman
3 closes of land called Pline Park, The Hill and The Grove, all in Trebulwine or Trebullen, now in occ. of (1)
5 June 1747.

[no title]  RD/219  1749

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Isabella, s. Degory); rent 20/-
Consideration: 5/-
(1) Jn. Hickes of Trerithick, Altarnun, esq., to (2) Degory Lang of Altarnun, yeo.
Dwelling-house, courtelage and foreside late in occ. of Mrs. Jane White, wid., decd., and fields called Church Park, Backside and Oakhay adj. dwelling-house, with field called the Dennocks and meadows under, all in Trebullen, late in occ. of Rich. Wadge of Upton, decd.
28 Dec. 1749.

Trenilk  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/220  1763

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and dau. Eliz.); rent 8/-
Consideration: £42-10-0 and 2 guineas of gold
(1) Rich. Vyvyan of Tresmarrow, esq., to (2) Nevill Northey of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Trenilk late in occ. of Wm. Lang, with common of furze and fuel in Harvana Down
22 Oct. 1763

[no title]  RD/221  1767

Contents:
99 yr lease (Thos. Hender jun., Wm. H. and Mary H., children of Jn. Hender decd., s. of lessee); rent 11/8
Consideration: £60 and 1 guinea
(1) Rich. Vyvyan of Tresmarrow, esq., to (2) Thos. Hender of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuage, tenement and premises in Trenilk, late in occ. of Jn. Coombe
16 June 1767.

Tresibbet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/222  1809

Contents:
14 yr lease
(1) Jn. Burnard Lang of Lawhitton, yeo., to (2) Jas. Venning of Altarnun, yeo.
3 fields called The Downs, part of Tresibbet tenement
Good husbandry clauses
10 Mar. 1809.

Trevage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/223  1817

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £20
(1) Rob. Bate of St. Tudy, yeo., to (2) Rob. Parsons of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Trevage in Altarnun, in occ. of lessee
Good husbandry clauses
17 June 1817.

[no title]  RD/224  1876

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £145-4-10
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Harris of Altarnun
Tenements and land in Trevage and Newton in occ. of lessee
Schedule of fields and acreages
(Printed lease form)
31 May 1876.

[no title]  RD/225  1617/18

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Margt. and children Jn. and Joan); rent 16/-
Consideration: £50
(1) Edm. Vowell of Vowelscombe, Devon, esq., to (2) Thos. Tynner of Altarnun, husbandman
Messuage or tenement in Trevage late in occ. of Wm. Beard, part of manor of Trevage
17 Mar. 1617/18.

[no title]  RD/226  1719

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Mary and s. Josias); rent 27/8
Consideration: £40
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, wid., to
(2) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
2 closes of land called Strayer Parks (20 acres) in Altarnun, part of Trevage manor, with common of pasture on waste ground called Trevage moor for so many beasts, sheep and cattle as may be wintered on premises
26 Nov. 1719.

[no title]  RD/227  1835

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, dau. Ann and s. Thos.); rent 2/6
Consideration: lessee has built good and substantial dwelling-house of durable materials
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to Nich. Batten of Altarnun, labourer
Piece of waste ground near Strayer Park tenement where lessee has built a house
14 Mar. 1835.

[no title]  RD/228  1859

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £56-5-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Geo. and Jn. Harris of Altarnun, yeos.
Strout's tenement and Tink's tenement in Trevage, and two fields called Strayer Parks
Good husbandry clauses
Schedule of fields and acreages at end of lease
8 July 1859.

[no title]  RD/229  1769

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, s. Jas., dau. Mary); rent 20/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £100 and a broadpiece of gold value £1-16-0 for Jane, w. of Francis Rodd
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Coumbe of Altarnun, house carpenter
Two grist mills formerly one mill, called Trevage mills, with common of pasture, turf and furze in Trevage moor and Trevage townplace, with little plot of land called Dinabol (½ acre) and little gdn to s. of way near the mills, and gdn on s. side of mill
25 Mar. 1769.

[no title]  RD/230  1804

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold
(1) Jn. Coumbe of Northill, carpenter, s. of Jn. C., house carpenter, decd., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Thos. Babb, miller
Property as above
26 July 1804.

[no title]  RD/231  1728

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and daus. Eliz. and Mary); rent 31/8
Consideration: £160 and 5 gns
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Devon, wid., to
(2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
7 closes of land called Trevage Parks or The Barton closes (about 80 acres) part of manor of Trevage
27 Nov. 1728.

[no title]  RD/232  1707

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Rich. and Peter); rent 7/-
Consideration: £65 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Dartington, wid., to (2) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Close of land called Pound Park adj. Trevage pound, with 4 closes and 2 meadows in Trevage under the highway leading from Trevage to Lewannick churchtown, part of tenement in Trevage late in occ. of Hen. Earle
18 Nov. 1707.

[no title]  RD/233  1664-1690

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's son Rich. and daus. Agnes and Eliz.); rent 3/4
(1) Sir Edm. Fowell of Fowellscombe, Devon, to (2) Rich. Harvye of Lewannick, husbandman
Close of land called Trevage Plash being on e. side of Trevage Parks, lately hedged in with a new hedge, late in occ. of Rich. Haydon; with common of pasture in Trevage moor for so many cattle as can be wintered on the premises; also one journey of turf yearly on Trevage moors
Endorsed: memo, of assignment by (2) to Jacob Prout of Lewannick, clerk, for £7, 30 Jan. 1690.
21 Oct. 1664.

[no title]  RD/234  1707

Contents:
99 yr. lease (life of lessee's s. Chas.); rent 3/4
Consideration: 1 gn. of gold and 30/- arrears of rent
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Dartington, wid., to (2) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Trevage Plash (7 acres) on e. side of Trevage Parks late in occ. of Jn. Cowes, with common of pasture on Trevage moor for so many cattle as can be wintered on premises, with one journey for turf yearly
30 Dec. 1707.

[no title]  RD/235  1665

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and sons Jn. and Edw.); rent 16/-
Consideration: surrender of lease and £45
(1) Sir Edm. Fowell of Fowellscombe, Devon, to (2) Jn. Tynner of Altarnun, yeo.
Tenement in Trevage late in occ. of Thos. Tynner, father of lessee
7 Apr. 1665.

[no title]  RD/236/1,2  1720

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 17/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: 25 guineas of gold
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Fowellscombe, Devon, wid., to
(2) Joan Tynner of Altarnun, spr.
Messuage and tenement at Trevage late in occ. of Thos. Tynner, decd., lessee's great-grandfather, now in occ. of her father Jn. T., with common of pasture and turbary
10 Nov. 1720.

[no title]  RD/237  1720

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration £20
(1) Jn. Tynner of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Jn. Chaste of Altarnun, husbandman, and Joan, dau. of Jn. Tynner
Messuage and tenement in Trevage late in occ. of Thos. Tynner, grandfather of (1), formerly leased by Sir Edn. Vowell to Jn. T. and his bro. Edw.
10 Dec. 1720.

[no title]  RD/238  1665-1733

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration 5/-
(1) Wm. Hamley of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Rich. Clarke of Dunheved or Launceston, gent.
Messuage and tenement in Trevage (leased 1665 by Sir Edm. Vowell, to Jn. Tinner);
Messuage and tenement in Trevage (leased 1720 by Mart. Champernowne to Joan Tinner)
(1) having lately contracted with Hen. Champernomie for purchase
19 May 1733.

[no title]  RD/239  1810

Contents:
Grant of £4 annuity; consideration "out of gratitude... and remuneration for her many acts of kindness and attention"
Rob. Bate of Altarnun, yeo., to sister Martha
Annuity out of Hamley's tenement in Trevage in occ. of Rob. Bate
24 Apr. 1810.

[no title]  RD/240  1802-1852

Contents:
Release and assignment by way of mortgage for £150
(1) Rich. Roskilly Bate of St. Teath, innkeeper, to (2) Adolphus Trevan of Camelford, gent.
Tenement called Trevage (11 acres) now in occ. of Rob. Parsons (leased 1802 by Sam. Kekewich to Rich. Bate)
Messuage, orchard and gdn with 2 little quillets of land called Outer Redvile (2 acres) in St, Tudy, part of manor of St. Tudy and Trelill, in occ. of Rob. Nail
16 June 1852.

[no title]  RD/241  1852

Contents:
Further charge on mortgage for securing £40
Parties and property as above
12 Oct. 1852.

Trewint  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/242  1705/06

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Adam and Wm., and Adam's w. Ann); rent 1/-
Consideration: £4
(1) Wm. Saltern of St. Ewe, gent., to (2) Mary Grills of Altarnun, wid.
Messuage and dwelling-house called Kelly's House, with furze park, part of Trewint
10 Mar. 1705/06.

[no title]  RD/243  1721

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jn., s. of Geo. Burnard of Altarnun, and Joan and Eliz. Grills, daus. of lessee); rent 3/-
Consideration: £30-7-6
(1) Jn. Saltren of Treludick, esq., to (2) Adam Grills of Altarnun, thatcher
Little house called Matthew's House with gdn and East Meadow adj. w. side of Kempes Parks (2½ acres) in Trewint, late in occ. of Hen. Marten then of Geo. Burnard decd.
2 Oct. 1721.

[no title]  RD/244  1724

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Ebbott and s. Christopher); rent 12d
Consideration: £4
(1) Jn. Saltren of Treludick, esq., to (2) Chris. Edgcombe of Altarnun, husbandman
Messuage, house and old walls with gdn and adj. waste ground, with common of pasture in town place of Trewint and throughout Trewint Pitts and Trewint Down, premises being commonly called Susan Chastie's house
20 Dec. 1724.

[no title]  RD/245  1776

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Mary and sons Phil. and Jn.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £50
(1) Wm. May of Bodmin, gent., and (2) Thos. Wills of Cardinham, gent., to (3) Thos. Hawke of St. Agnes, yeo.
Moiety of (2)'s part of Toborough otherwise Trewint moor, and Wetthill, part of Toborough or Trewint moor, late in occ. of Geo. Devonshire
12 Aug. 1776.

[no title]  RD/246  1774-1831

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease and insurance policy; consideration £100
(1) Luke Dunn of Altarnun, yeo; (2) Wm. Smith of Teignmouth, Devon, and w. Eliz., Hob. Bullen of Newquay, North Wales, excise officer, Chas. Minifie Bullen of Gloucester, soap boiler, Luke Dunn and w. Mary, and Maria Bullen of Yeovil, innkeeper, wid., to (3) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Recites: assignment by Thos. Hawke to Jn. Broad of premises, 1774
Will of Jn. Broad leaving premises to w. Eliz., 1812; her exors agree to sell residue of lease to (3)
Moiety of Tolborough alias Trewint Moor in Altarnun; also policy of insurance on death of Jn. Hawke of Gwennap
19 Nov. 1831.

Unspecified property  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/247/1,2  1763

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. English and dau. Joan); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £72 and a guinea
(1) Rich. Vyvyan of Tresmarrow, esq., to (2) Nevil Northey of Altarnun, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Altarnun late in occ. of Jn. Daw, decd., then of Wm. Lang, with common of pasture on Harvena down and Redhill
23 Apr. 1763.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

Churchtown  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/248/1-7  1804-1859

Contents:
Original bundle of documents numbered 1-7:
1. Letter to Jn. Darke, attorney, of Launceston, from Rob. Bullen of Port Isaac: son R. M. Bullen not married when he went to America, May 1839.
2. Copy declaration of Rob. Bullen of Port Isaac, excise officer, concerning his marriage to Annabella Edgcombe Nottle, birth of a son, and wife's death, n.d.
3. Affidavit of Luke Dunn of Altarnun, yeo., that he knew Rich., s. of Rich. Nottle of Launceston, watchmaker, and grandson of Chris. Edgcombe; Rich. N.'s naval service and death, Jan. 1816.
4. Declaration of Rob. Bullen concerning marriage and birth of a son, Mar. 1839.
5. Certificate dated 1839 of marriage of Annabella Nottle and Rob. Bullen, Stoke Damerel, 1804.
6. Extracts from parish register of Altarnun (Edgcombe and Nottle burials), compiled 1839.
7. Copy extract from Endellion burial register (Annabella Bullen, 1829), copied 1859.

Dryworks  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/249  c.1820?

Contents:
Plan and particulars (field names and acreages) of Dryworks tenement

Newton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/250/1-10  1768-1778

Contents:
Accounts and valuations of goods, stock and furniture at Newton

Trebullum  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/251  1776

Contents:
Conditions of survey by Humphry Lawrence, gent., for selling Trebullum

Trevage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/252  1696-1774

Contents:
Schedule of deeds, being Jn. Turner's title deeds to his estate in Trevage, under mortgage to Rob. Martin of Tintagel

[no title]  RD/253  1735-1775

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to Trevage

[no title]  RD/254  1796

Contents:
Memorandum concerning 1796 lease of Trevage mills to Thos. Babb of Altarnun, miller.

[no title]  RD/255/1-3  1768-1791

Contents:
Accounts of chief rents due to manor of Trevage, 1768, 1776, 1791.

[no title]  RD/256  1777-1797

Contents:
List of chief rents due to manor of Trevage. (very poor state of repair; unfit for use).

[no title]  RD/257  19th cent

Contents:
List of commoners of manor of Trevage, in parishes of Altarnun and Lewannick

[no title]  RD/258  19th cent

Contents:
Boundaries of manor of Trevage

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/259  1755

Contents:
Mortgage for £15 (bargain and sale)
(1) Jn. Bate of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Phil. Welsh of Launceston, gent.
3 horses and mares, 15 bullocks, 50 sheep, pigs and all his household goods
10 Mar. 1755.

[no title]  RD/260  1762

Contents:
Mortgage for £19-13-6 (£18 already owed and further £1-13-6)
(1) Jn. Bate of Altarnun, yeo., to (2) Rich. Welsh of Launceston, gent., exor. of his father Phil. W., decd.
4 oxen, 5 milch cows, 2 steer yearlings, 2 heifer yearlings, 2 mares, 80 sheep and lambs and all his household goods
10 Mar. 1762.

[no title]  RD/261  1790

Contents:
Will of Wm. Northey of Altarnun, yeo.
- money bequests to family
- £20 to Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall in trust for use of testator's niece Grace Northey, dau. of his late bro. Nevill Northey of Altarnun, mason, until she is 21
- to nephew Wm. Northey s. of bro. Nevill N. of Trenilk, all right to field called Bolt's Meadow which testator purchased from Degory Lang
Made 1790.

[no title]  RD/262  1792

Contents:
Bastardy bond, Sampson Rowe jun.

[no title]  RD/263  1801

Contents:
Bond in £400 to secure payment of £200
(1) Hen. and Jn. Broad both of Altarnun, innkeepers, to
(2) Chris. Sloggett of Bodmin, gent.
28 May 1801.

[no title]  RD/264  1801-1812

Contents:
Extracts from Bodmin Archdeaconry court letters of administration on goods of Jn., Jas. and Jn. Broad of Altarnun

ST. AUSTELL  [no ref. or date]

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Foredowns  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/265  1801

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Eliz., dau. Eliz., and s. Ben. Griffith Price); rent £8-12-6
Consideration: surrender of lease
(1) Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq., to (2) David Price of St. Austell, innkeeper
2 plots of land lately enclosed by lessee from common or waste lands called Gwallyn, Portmellyn and Towan otherwise St. Austell-fore-down in manor of Tewington, lately Duchy property, being on r.h.s. of road from St. Austell town to Porthmear (about 12 acres);
Also another piece of waste land marked out to be enclosed by lessee out of commons, being on l.h.s. and adj. turnpike road from St. Austell to Porthmear (11 acres)
25 Mar. 1801.

[no title]  RD/266  1861

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration £30 annuity payable to (1)
(1) Eliz. and Charlotte Price of St. Austell, sprs., to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above (part of which has been sold to Cornwall Railway Company, residue being now divided into fields)
5 Oct. 1861.

BOYTON  [no ref. or date]

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Dunn's tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/267  1656

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and Hen. Ham of Ashwater, yeo); rent 36/-
Consideration: £27
(1) Hen. Spoure jun. s. of Hen. S. sen. of Northill, esq., to (2) Giles Ball of Ashwater, Devon, yeo.
Dunne's tenement in Boyton, late in occ. of Thos. Scott, decd.
26 Dec. 1656.

[no title]  RD/268  1678

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Gyles B. jun. and Rob. B.); rent 36/-
Consideration: £220
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Gyles Ball of Boyton, yeo.
Dunn's tenement late in occ. of Thos. Escott, decd.
28 Dec. 1678.

[no title]  RD/269  1731

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Joan; Jonathan, s. of Ursula Veale of St. Giles-in-the-Heath, yeo.; Jn. Spettigue of Callington, gent.); rent 36/-
Consideration: £334 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Marmaduke Spettigue of Northcott Hamlet in Boyton, gent.
Dunn's tenement
25 Mar. 1731.

[no title]  RD/270  1805

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £73
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Digory Downing of Boyton, yeo.
Dunn's tenement
Good husbandry clauses
29 Sep. 1805.

ST. CLEER  [no ref. or date]

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Smallacombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/271/1,2  1679-1693

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Oliver, Margt. W., lessee's granddau; and Chas. Wadge of St. Cleer); rent 6/-
Consideration: £44.
(1) Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance, esq., to (2) Oliver Williams of St. Cleer, yeo.
1/3 part of tenement called Smallacombe, late in occ. of David, Geo. and Isaac Cotten
15 Dec. 1681.
Also memo, of 1679 lease of premises
Endorsed: assignment of right for remainder of 99 yr term by Rob. Williams, late of St. Cleer, yeo., exor. of father Oliver W., to bro. Hen. W.
Consideration: bro. Hen. W. of St. Cleer is bound to Martyn Glenfield of Northill in £23; to Sampson Grills of Southill in £5-10-0 to secure repayment of Rob. W.'s debts
28 Dec. 1693.

[no title]  RD/272  1705/06

Contents:
Lease for lives of lessor and lessee; rent £5
(1) Mary Williams late of St. Cleer, wid., to (2) Wm. Williams of Altarnun, shepherd
Part of Smallacombe in St. Cleer late in occ. of Francis Luttrell of Grays Inn Mddx., esq., then of Oliver Williams, shepherd, decd.;
Also 1/3 part of premises there, formerly lands of inheritance of Sampson Manaton of Manaton, gent., decd., which he leased to Oliver Williams
9 Jan. 1705/06.

[no title]  RD/273/1,2  1705/06

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration £27-10-0
(1) Hen. Williams of St. Cleer, shepherd, to (2) Wm. Williams of Altarnun, shepherd
1/3 part of Smallacombe tenement (as in RD/271 above)
9 Jan. 1705/06
Also bond in £55 to perform covenants, (2) to (1).

[no title]  RD/274  1709/10

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration £40
(1) Wm. Williams of Altarnun, shepherd, to (2) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq.
Property as above
12 Jan. 1709/10.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/275  c.1708

Contents:
Valuation and rent account, Smallacombe

[no title]  RD/276  1708

Contents:
Receipt for £10 paid by Renatus Bellott to Wm. Williams

[no title]  RD/277  Nov. 1708

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement between Wm. Williams and Renatus Bellott for assignment of lease of Smallacombe

[no title]  RD/278  Jan. 1709/10

Contents:
Receipt by Wm. Williams for further £4 paid by Renatus Bellott

EGLOSKERRY  [no ref. or date]

Leases  [no ref. or date]

South Tregear  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/279  1661

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Rich; and Thomasine, dau. of Rager Nicole late of Brentor, Devon, yeo., decd., the now intended w. of Rich. S.); rent 15/-
Consideration: surrender of 1660 lease
(1) Hen. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., and s. Hen. S. jun., to
(2) Wm. Sprye sen. of Lifton, Devon, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in South Tregear in Egloskerry in occ. of lessee
24 Dec. 1661.

[no title]  RD/280/1,2  1694

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 18/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £50-1-6
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Thos. Sprye of Egloskerry, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in South Tregear late in occ. of Wm. Spry, now in occ. of Rich. Spry, lessee's father
10 May 1694.
Good Spoure seal.

[no title]  RD/281  1726

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Rich. Lugger of Egloskerry, yeo; and Digory, s. of Jn. Edgcombe of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, gent); rent 18/-
Consideration: £200 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, dau. and heiress of Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., decd., to
(2) Nich. Major of Egloskerry, cordwainer
Messuages, lands and tenements in South Tregear late in occ. of Thos. Spry
8 Nov. 1726.

[no title]  RD/282  1754

Contents:
Mortgage for £30 (assignment of 99 yr lease); consideration £30
(1) Wm. Major of Egloskerry, cordwainer, to (2) Phil. Welch of Launceston, gent.
Tenement in South Tregear late in occ. of Thos. Spry
17 Oct. 1754.

[no title]  RD/283  1777

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £30
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Joseph Holman of Egloskerry, yeo.
Tregear tenement in South Tregear late in occ. of Degory Edgcombe, decd.
25 Mar. 1777.

ST. ERTH, GWENNAP, ST. JUST-IN-PENWITH etc. (Hearle settlement)  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Marriage settlements  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/284  1730-1763

Contents:
Settlement of trust and quitclaim
(1) Eliz., Bridget and Alicia Rodd, sprs., daus. of Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., decd., by w. Alice formerly Sandford, (to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., s. of Francis and Alice Rodd
Recites: marriage settlement of Francis and Alice, 1730 will of Francis Rodd, decd.
Francis R. now entered upon a treaty of marriage with Jane Hearle, spr., "who is entitled to a considerable Fortune, which will not only be a very eligible and advantageous Match for him, but may ultimately conduce to the Interest of his Sisters"
Francis to pay his sisters £1000 each; sisters to release all right to any other part of settlement and legacy
24 Aug. 1763.

[no title]  RD/285/1,2  1763

Contents:
Lease for a year (also counterpart; release missing)
(1) Jane Hearle of Penryn, spr., dau. of Jn. H. of Penryn, esq., decd., to (2) Jn. Arscott of Tetcott, Devon, esq; Edw. Hewish of Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, esq., and Rich. Hussey of Middle Temple, London, esq.
¼ part of moiety of manor of Trelissick, with barton and demesne of Trelissick, also Lower Trelissick, in St. Erth, late in occ. of Nich. Berryman, yeo; and all Jane's interest in moiety of 1/3, part of 2 other tenements in St. Erth called Trelissick Walbert or Hoskyn's tenement, and Carnjew, other 2/3 parts being lands of St. Aubyn and Mackworth Praed;
¼ part of property in St. Erth called Chinalls, Lanuthno, Churchtown, Trevenleha, Killenawan, Mellinear or Vellenear, Pedn-poll or the house by the pool;
¼ part of moiety of Deverall, Naketho and Trenawin in Gwinear;
¼ part of moiety of Treave or Treriff-Craze in Phillack;
¼ part of moiety of messuages, lands, tenements and water stamping mills in St. Just-in-Penwith called Bojewyan and Chirose;
¼ part of Kemiell barton or Kemuell-drea in Paul;
¼ part of Outer Goon Close, Parkbean, Great Dorenalls, with rabbit-warren, all part of Kemiell-drea;
¼ part of Boderverran and Leha in St. Erth;
¼ part of Carharreck Veor and Chyanhale or Carharrack Vean and mill in Gwennap;
¼ part of premises in Cassacan in Gwennap;
¼ part of Mathew's tenement and Penaluna's tenement in Halvossow in Mabe;
¼ part of house in St. Thomas' Street, Penryn; Townsend meadow in Penryn or Vicarage meadow; 2 newly-built dwelling-houses; wharves and quays; Shutt meadow, all in Penryn;
¼ part of moiety of Gwealandevas and moors in Stithians;
¼ part of Bosuvian in St. Just-in-Penwith
29 Nov. 1763.

[no title]  RD/286/1,2  1763

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., rev. Thos. Hearle of St. Michael Penkivel, and Jn. Rogers of Helston, esq., trustees of will of Jn. Hearle of Penryn, decd., to
(2) Margt., Jane, Betty and Harnet Hearle all of Penryn, sprs., daus. of Jn. Hearle decd. and sisters of Francis Hearle of Penryn, decd.
All freehold manors and messuages, lands and tenements devised to (1) in trust for (2) by will of Jn. Hearle
28/29 Nov. 1763.

[no title]  RD/287  1772

Contents:
Deed to lead uses of a fine
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid. of Jn. H., esq., decd., Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane, Sam. Wallis of Stoke Damerel, Devon, esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jas. Paynter of Boskenna, gent., to use of Mary H.
Manor of Trelissick and moiety of capital messuage, barton, farm and demesne lands called Trelissick and Lower Trelissick in St. Erth, late in occ. of Nich. Berryman, yeo;
Also moiety of 1/3 of 2 other tenements in St. Erth, being Trelissick Walbert or Hoskyn's tenement, and Carnjew;
Moiety of Chinals, Lanuthnoe, Churchtown, Trevenleha, Killenawen, Mellenear, Peden-poll, all in St. Erth;
Moiety of messuages and tenements in Gwinear called Deverell, Naketha and Trenawin;
Moiety of Treave or Trerief-Craze in Phillack;
Moiety of messuages lands tenements and water stamping-mills in St. Just-in-Penwith called Bojewyan and Chyrose;
9 May 1772.

[no title]  RD/288  1772

Contents:
Final concord
Jas. Paynter, querant; Mary Hearle, wid., Francis Rodd esq. and w. Jane, Sam. Wallis esq. and w. Betty, and Hen. Hawkins Tremayne, clerk, and w. Harriet, deforciants.
Property as above.
Trinity term 1772.

[no title]  RD/289  1772

Contents:
Deed to declare the uses of a fine
Parties and property as above
29 May 1772.

Partition deeds.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/290/1,2  1804

Contents:
Lease and release in fee to make a tenant to the praecipe for suffering a common recovery
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., eldest son of (1) by Jane Hearle his first wife; (3) Wm. Spear of Grays Inn Mddx., gent; (4) Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode jun. both of St. Austell, gents.
1/3 part (to which (1) and (2) became entitled for life on death of Mary Hearle) of moiety of manor and lordship of Trelissick, consisting of:
Moiety of Trelissick barton and demesne; Lower Trelissick; Chinalls, Lanuthno, Churchtown, Trevenleha, Killenawen, Mellenear or Vellenear and Pednpol, all in St. Erth;
Moiety of Deverall Naketho and Trenawin in Gwinear;
Treave or Treriffe Craze in Phillack
Bojewyan and Chyrose in St. Just-in-Penwith;
Trelissick Walbert or Hoskyn's tenement and Carnjew in St. Erth
Also Jane Rodd's share in 1/3 part of manor of Tolgullow or St. Day;
Manor of Trembethow in Lelant, Madron and Zennor;
Jane's ¼ part of Pentire Barton in St. Minver and Treworder in Egloshayle;
Carveth barton in Cuby;
Hay barton in Ladock;
Premises in Penryn and St. Gluvias;
Carvannall in Illogan;
Trevawnan or Trevoan in Mabe;
Moiety of Tregollas or Tregowls in Stithians;
¼ part of High Cross meadow in Penryn, and Trevaddra, Burvansack and Tregonwall in Manaccan;
Bargus and Great Bargus in Perranarworthal;
¼ part of Trevethan in Gwennap;
¼ part of Gooneva in Gwinear;
¼ part of Carthew or Carthew Wollas in Wendron;
¼ part of dwelling-houses in High Street, Penryn;
Field called Gweal West in St. Gluvias;
3 stitches of land in Tolgarrick in Camborne
23/24 Jan. 1804.

[no title]  RD/291  1804

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode, gents., demandants; Wm. Spear, tenant to the praecipe; Francis Rodd, vouchee
Property as above
Hilary term 1804.

[no title]  RD/292/1,2  1804

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode jun. of St. Austell, gents., (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and s. Francis Hearle Rodd, to (3) Francis Paynter of Trekenning, gent.
Property as above
Schedule of property and leases
2/3 July 1804.

[no title]  RD/293  1776-1805

Contents:
Assignment and partition of leasehold estates and tithes
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., (2) Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk; (3) Sam. Stephens of Tregenna Castle, esq., and w. Betty, formerly Betty Wallis, dau. of Betty Hearle and Sam. Wallis; (4) Francis Paynter of Trekenning, gent.
(1), (2) and (3) entitled by 21 yr lease from Dean and Chapter of Exeter to tithe garb and sheaf of rectory of St. Erth; also plot of ground where a barn was built, and close of ground there, with yearly pension of 10/- payable by vicar of St. Erth to Dean and Chapter;
(1), (2) and (3) entitled to Hoskin's tenement in Trelissick Walbert in St. Erth for remainder of 99 yr lease granted by Sir Jn. St. Aubyn 1791;
Also to Penwarne in Cuby for 99 yrs (lease granted by viscount Falmouth 1776) (1), (2) and (3) in trust for division of premises
19 Dec. 1805.

ST. ERTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/294  1814

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £24
(1) Dean and Chapter of Exeter to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Tithe garb and sheaf of rectory of St. Erth; also plot where a barn was formerly built, and close of ground there, with yearly pension of 10/- payable by vicar of St. Erth to Dean and Chapter
19 Mar. 1814.

[no title]  RD/295  1845

Contents:
Deed for securing a jointure rent charge of £300 for (2)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Mary Rodd his wife; (3) rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk, and Chas. Rashleigh of Wickham, Hants., esq.
Trelissick barton and Trevenna
26 Dec. 1845.

[no title]  RD/296  1868

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration £50
(1) Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
30 acres of mudland lying southward of Hayle Causeway and forming part of the bed and soil of Hayle estuary, part of the possessions of the Duchy of Cornwall, adj. estates of (2) called Trelissick and Chenhall
Plan in margin
10 June 1868.

GWENNAP  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/297  1809

Contents:
Release in fee; consideration £31-2-3
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Francis Hearle Rodd of Croan, esq., his eldest son, and w. Mary Ann; (2) Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode both of St. Austell, gents., trustees of marriage settlement of Francis Hearle Rodd and Mary Ann, to (3) Jn. Williams of Scorrier House, esq.
1/9 part or share of (1) in messuages in Scorrier in Gwennap, part of manor of Tolgullow or St. Day
5 Dec. 1809.

LADOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/298  1776

Contents:
Deed of appointment; consideration: (2) to pay £400 to 5 younger children
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha. Hall, esq., and w. Jane, to
(2) their s. Francis Hearle Rodd
¼ part of tenement of Hay in Ladock (inherited by Jane from her uncle Thos. Hearle late rector of St. Michael Penkivel)
1 Oct. 1776.

PENRYN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/299  1774

Contents:
Deed of partition and division
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane;
(2) Sam. Wallis of Trelissick, Feock, esq., and w. Betty;
(3) Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan and w. Harriet
(1) to have Shutt meadow with barn in borough of Penryn;
(2) to have Park-an-potter and Marrett's meadow in Penryn;
(3) to have High Cross Meadow in Penryn
28 Feb. 1774.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

EGLOSHAYLE  [no ref. or date]

Treworder  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/300/1,2  1761-1765

Contents:
14 yr lease for pasture and tillage only; rent £60
(1) Thos. Hearle of Truro, clerk, to (2) Rich. Leane of Egloshayle, yeo.
Messuage and barton called Treworder late in occ. of Jas. Dingley decd.
Good husbandry clauses
22 June 1765.
Also account of rents due from Treworder, 1761-1763.

[no title]  RD/301  1778

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £80
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane; Sam. Wallis of Tremean, esq., and w. Betty; and Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, and w. Harriet (Jane, Betty and Harriet being surviving sisters and co-heirs of Francis Hearle late of Penryn, esq., decd.), to (2) Rich. Lean of Egloshayle, yeo.
Treworder barton
Good husbandry clauses
7 Apr. 1778.

ST. ERTH  [no ref. or date]

Carnsew  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/302  1758-1810

Contents:
Copy 97 yr lease; rent £6
(1) Geo. Blewett of Marazion, merchant, to (2) Francis Paynter of Boskenna, gent.
2/3 parts of tenement and crofts and commons of pasture called Carnsew or Carnjew; 1/3 part being lands of inheritance of Francis Hearle, the other 2/3 of Sir Jn. St. Aubyn and Humphry Mackworth Praed, esq; 2/3 parts being the southern part of tenement
28 Sep. 1758.
Cover letter from Francis Paynter of St. Columb to Francis Hearle Rodd of Croan concerning above lease "in trust for Hearle family"
1810.

Chenalls  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/303  1691/92

Contents:
Copy 99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 20/-
Consideration: £20
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, gent., to (2) Wm. Wood of Germoe, blacksmith
Dwelling-house with gdn, backside and plot of ground adj., with shop in the high lane, all part of tenement called Chinalls in St. Erth churchtown, late in occ. of lessee's grandfather Thos. Wood, decd.
19 Jan. 1691/92.

[no title]  RD/304  1737/38

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and sons Thos. and Jn.); rent 5/-
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Thos. Hampton jun. of St. Erth, blacksmith
Newly-erected smith's shop built by lessee on part of field called Rock Close, part of Chinauls tenement (about 1/8 acre)
12 Jan. 1737/38.

[no title]  RD/305  1742

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Francis and dau. Charity); rent 20/-
Consideration: £10
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Theophilus Coad of St. Erth, cordwainer
Dwelling-house, gdn and backside with smith's shop and plot of land between house and shop in the high lane there, all part of Chinalls tenement in St. Erth churchtown, late in occ. of Wm. Wood (as in RD/303 above)
1 Aug. 1742.

[no title]  RD/306  1796

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Mary and s. Ambrose); rent 2/-
Consideration: lessee has built dwelling-house
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; Betty Wallis of Devonshire Street, Mddx., wid. of Sam. W., esq; Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, and w. Harriet, to (2) Ambrose Whearne of St. Erth, mason
Dwelling-house, lately erected on tenement of Chanhales, now in occ. of lessee, with backlet and gdn
29 Sep. 1796.

[no title]  RD/307  1803

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Eliz. and dau. Eliz.); rent 2/6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; Betty Wallis of Devonshire Street, Mddx., wid. of Sm. W.; and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Hampton of St. Erth, mason
Cot house lately built by lessee on wastrel of Chenhall and now in his occupation
29 Sep. 1803.

[no title]  RD/308  1811

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and sons Rich. and Jn.); rent £1-1-0
Consideration: £26-5-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Roger Wearne of St. Erth, watchmaker
Dwelling-house in Chenales in occ. of lessee
29 Sep. 1811.

Chenalls and Lanuthnoe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/309  1722

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's daus Amy, Jane and Mary); rent 13/-
Consideration: £20 and 3 guineas of gold
(1) Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, wid., to (2) Wm. Trery of St. Erth, cordwainer
Messuage, dwelling-house and gdn in St. Erth churchtown near the cross, being part of Lanuthnoe tenement; also meadow, part of Chynalls called the moor meadow adj. Trenhayle barton, with common of pasture and turf on Lanuthnoe commons
3 Aug. 1722.

[no title]  RD/310  1776

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Mary, w. of Jas. Robarts, Amy, w. of Jn. Wearn, and Jas. Goodman, s. of lessee); rent 7/6
Consideration: £6-16-6
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid. of Jn. H. esq., to (2) Jn. Goodman of St. Erth, victualler
Moiety of dwelling-house and gdn in St. Erth churchtown near the cross, now in occ. of lessee, being part of Lanuthnoe tenement; also moiety of meadow or field part of Chinalls called the moor meadow adj. Trenhayle barton
1 Feb. 1776

[no title]  RD/311  1776

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives as in RD/310 above); rent 7/6
Consideration: £6-16-6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane; Sam. Wallis of Trelissick, esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Goodman of St. Erth, victualler
Other moiety of property as above
1 Feb. 1776.

[no title]  RD/312  1786

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Wm., Jas. and Eliz.); rent 15/-
Consideration: £28
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Goodman of St. Erth, victualler
Property as in RD/309 above
24 June 1786.

Churchtown  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/313  1745

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Cath. and s. Geo.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £20
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Geo. Barnes of St. Erth, yeo.
Dwelling-house and gdn in St. Erth churchtown late in occ. of Thos. Blith, now of lessee
25 Mar. 1745.

[no title]  RD/314  1782

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Thos., s. of Hen. Hosken of Lelant; and Wm., s. of Francis James of St. Hilary); rent 3/3
Consideration: lessee has built a good and convenient dwelling-house;
Also £6-16-6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; Sam. Wallis of Tremayne, esq., and w. Betty; and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Hen. White of St. Erth, carpenter
Moiety of two messuages and tenements in St. Erth churchtown called Blyth's house late in occ. of Cath. Barnes, wid., but since rebuilt and how in occ. of lessee
29 Sep. 1782.

[no title]  RD/315  1782

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives as above); rent 3/3
Consideration: as above
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Hen. White of St. Erth, carpenter
Other moiety of property as above
4 Nov. 1782.

[no title]  RD/316  1792

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Thos., s. of Hen. Hosken of Lelant, and Wm., s. of Francis James of St. Hilary); rent 6/6
Consideration: 3 guineas
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty; and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Rich. Hodge jun. of St. Erth, merchant
Property as in RD/314 and 315 above
25 Mar. 1792.

[no title]  RD/317  1796

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Ann, and Wm. James); rent 6/8
Consideration: 5 guineas
Parties and property as above
29 Sep. 1796.

[no title]  RD/318  1732

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's dau. Eliz. Hampton and Eliz.'s s. Jn.); rent 9/-
Consideration: £12
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Roger Wearne of St. Erth, dyer
Dwelling-house with backside, gdn and smith's shop in St. Erth churchtown near the almshouse, late in occ. of Jn. Bennetts, blacksmith
1 Oct. 1732.

[no title]  RD/319  1777

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Thomasin and s. Jn.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £9
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane; Sam. Wallis of Tremean, esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Hampton of St. Erth, blacksmith
Moiety of dwelling-house with backside, gdn and smith's shop in St. Erth churchtown near the almshouse (as above)
29 Sep. 1777.

[no title]  RD/320  1777

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives as above); rent 5/-
Consideration: £9
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid. of Jn. H. esq., decd., to (2) Jn. Hampton of St. Erth, blacksmith
Other moiety of property as above
29 Sep. 1777.

[no title]  RD/321  1808

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Eliz., dau. of Wm. Ellis of St. Erth; and Jn., s. of Jn. Webb of Helston); rent 10/-
Consideration: £24
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Hampton of St. Erth, blacksmith
Dwelling-house with backside, gdn and smith's shop adj., being in St. Erth churchtown near the almshouse, late in occ. of Jn. Bennett, blacksmith, then of Jn. Hampton
24 July 1808.

[no title]  RD/322  1698/99

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Constance and s. Chas.); rent 10/-
Consideration: £3
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., to (2) Chas. Wearne of St. Erth, yeo.
Newly-erected mansion or dwelling-house with gdns belonging, in St. Erth churchtown, in occ. of lessee, being built and enclosed by him out of Rock Close
13 Jan. 1698/99.

[no title]  RD/323  1754

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Mary and Jane, daus. of Wm. Davies of Gear in St. Erth); rent 10/-
Consideration: £20
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Philippa Davies of St. Erth, wid.
Mansion or dwelling-house in St. Erth churchtown late in occ. of Chas. Wearne, with gdn belonging (as above)
29 Nov. 1754.

[no title]  RD/324  1725/26

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and w. Clorinda); rent 8/6
Consideration: £3-3-0
(1) Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, wid., to (2) Jn. Hayes of St. Erth, tailor
Dwelling-house and gdn in St. Erth churchtown adj. Wm. Try's house, with common of pasture on Lanuthno commons
1 Jan. 1725/26.

[no title]  RD/325  1734/35

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and w. Amy); rent 2/6
Consideration: £5-5-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Rob. Martyn of St. Erth, cordwainer
Dwelling-house in St. Erth churchtown where lessee's father Wm. Martyn lives, with house or shop contiguous to e. end of premises
10 Feb. 1734/35.

[no title]  RD/326  1745

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 32/-
Consideration: £12-2-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Jas. Wearne of St. Erth, yeo.
Dwelling-house in St. Erth churchtown where Roger Wearne now lives late in occ. of Roger Hampton, with dye-house, orchard and gdn, and liberty for lessee to make fuel in the townplace adj. house, and a place by the gdn for making dung for dressing or manuring premises
1 Aug. 1745.

[no title]  RD/327  1757

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; sister Margt; and Jane, dau. of Wm. Trewheela); rent 4/-
Consideration: £7-17-6
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Jas. Tremellin jun. of St. Erth, yeo.
Moiety of dwelling-house with orchard and backlet in St. Erth churchtown late in occ. of Clarinda Hayes, decd., w. of Chas. Russell
18 Feb. 1757.

[no title]  RD/328/1,2  1758

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; sister Margt; and Jane, dau. of Wm. Trewheela); rent 4/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £7-7-6
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., Thos. Hearle of St. Michael Penkivel, clerk, and Jn. Rogers of Helston, esq., to (2) Jas. Tremellin jun. of St. Erth, yeo.
Moiety of dwelling-house, orchard and backlet in St. Erth churchtown late in occ. of Clarinda Hayes, decd., w. of Chas. Russell
18 Feb. 1758.

[no title]  RD/329/1,2  1777

Contents:
99 yr lease (lessee's grandchildren Mary, Margt. and Charity Berryman); rent 1/3 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £2-12-6
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Alex. Tremelling of St. Erth, yeo.
Moiety of dwelling-house now divided into 3 dwelling-houses in St. Erth near the church, late in occ. of Chris. Ellis
29 Sep. 1777.

[no title]  RD/330  1777

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives as above); rent 1/3
Consideration: £2-12-6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane; Sam. Wallis of Tremean, esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan and w. Harriet, to (2) Alex. Tremelling of St. Erth, yeo.
Moiety of dwelling-house (as above)
29 Sep. 1777.

[no title]  RD/331  1791

Contents:
99 yr lease (lessee's children Jas., Wm. and Sarah); rent £1
Consideration: lessee has recently built 3 convenient dwelling-houses; also 10 guineas
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Goodman of St. Erth, innkeeper
3 messuages and dwelling-houses with backlet behind, in St. Erth churchtown, lately built by lessee on a certain plot of ground where a dwelling-house stood, formerly in occ. of Francis Coad, decd., together with a waste plot within Rock Close, adj. Roger Warne's orchard
29 Sep. 1791.

[no title]  RD/332  1810

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's son Chas; Margt., wid. of Jn. Vivyan late of St. Erth, formerly Margt. Berryman; and Charity, w. of Joseph Jacka of St. Erth, yeo., formerly Charity Berryman); rent 2/6
Consideration: £12-12-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Chas. Murley of St. Erth, carpenter
Messuage or dwelling-house now divided into two dwellings being near St. Erth church, late in occ. of Chris. Ellis then of Alex. Tremelling
28 July 1810.

Hay's house  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/333  1786

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Francis and dau. Honor); rent 10/-
Consideration: £7-7-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Wm. Tresize of St. Erth, yeo.
Messuage and tenement now divided into two dwellings, with gdn behind, known as Hay's House, now in occ. of lessee
24 June 1786.

[no title]  RD/334  1797

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Susannah and s. Richard); rent 10/-
Consideration: 7 guineas
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Betty Wallis of Devonshire Street, wid. of Sam. W. esq., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Rich. Gluyas of St. Hilary, yeo.
Hay's House (as above)
2 Jan. 1797.

Lanuthnoe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/335  1705/06

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, s. Thos. and dau. Eleanor); rent 34/-
Consideration: £7
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., to (2) Thos. Hampton of St. Erth, blacksmith
Dwelling-house and gdn belonging in St. Erth churchtown, also field called Dyer's meadow, part of Lanuthnce, now in occ. of lessee, with proportionable common of pasture in the common green of Lanuthnoe
8 Feb. 1705/06.

[no title]  RD/336  1752

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's dau. Mary); rent 34/-
Consideration: £4
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Thos. Hampton jun. of St. Erth
Dwelling-house and gdn in St. Erth churchtown, also field called Dyer's meadow, part of Lanuthnoe tenement, now in occ. of lessee's father Thos. H. sen., with proportionable common of pasture in Lanuthnoe common green or waste ground
29 June 1752.

[no title]  RD/337  1755

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's dau. Eliz.); rent 34/-
Consideration: £4
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Thos. Hampton of St. Erth
Messuage or dwelling-house and gdn in St. Erth churchtown; also close of land called Dyer's meadow, part of Lanuthnoe tenement, late in occ. of Thos. Hampton decd., now of his son, present lessee, with proportionable common of pasture in Lanuthnoe Green or waste ground
1 July 1755.

[no title]  RD/338  1788

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent £1-16-0
Consideration: £7
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Hen. Colliver of St. Erth, yeo.
Property as above
9 Sep. 1788.

[no title]  RD/339  1704

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Margery, and s. Wm.); rent 57/6
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., to (2) Wm. Murly of St. Erth, yeo.
Moiety of close or field, part of Lanuthnoe commonly called Further Close adj. Tremelling tenement, now in occ. of lessee
1 Apr. 1704.

[no title]  RD/340  1733

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Nich., s. of Nich. Berryman, and Wm. Murley, jun.); rent 57/6
Consideration: £5
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Jn. Williams of St. Erth, carpenter
Moiety of a field, part of Lanuthnoe tenement commonly called Further Close joining with Tremelling tenement
25 May 1733.

[no title]  RD/341  1761

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Jane; s. Jas.); rent £2-4-0
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Jn. Edwards of St. Erth, merchant
¼ part of Further Close (as above)
13 Mar. 1761.

[no title]  RD/342  1761

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Jane; s. Jas.); rent £2-4-0
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., Thos. Hearle of St. Michael Penkivel, clerk, Jn. Rogers of Helston, esq., and Margt. and Jane Hearle both of Penryn, sprs., to (2) Jn. Edwards of St. Erth, merchant
¼ part of Further Close (as above)
13 Mar. 1761.

[no title]  RD/343  1788

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and s. Rich.); rent £2-19-0
Consideration: £32
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Rich. Carbence jun. of St. Erth, yeo.
Moiety of Further Close (as above)
9 Sep. 1788.

[no title]  RD/344  1796

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Ann and s. Wm.); rent £5-13-0
Consideration: £117
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Betty Wallis of Devonshire Street, Mddx., wid., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Rich. Hodge jun. of St. Erth, merchant
Moiety of Further Close (as above); also field or croft called Lanuthnoe Croft (about 4 acres), all part of Lanuthnoe tenement
24 Dec. 1796.

[no title]  RD/345  1739

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold
Consideration: abatement of yearly rent of 11/- in order for new lease of premises to be granted to Richard, s. of Roger Wearn
(1) Roger Wearn of St. Erth, yeo., to (2) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr.
½ acre of land taken out of the Little Gew field being that part next to St. Erth parish church, part of property of 2 fields called the Gew, part of Lanuthnoe, leased 1715 by Francis Paynter to (1)
30 Nov. 1739.

[no title]  RD/346  1739

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Charity and dau. Charity); rent 11/-
Consideration: lessee to build good and convenient dwelling-house with ground rooms and chambers, and to enclose plot of land
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Rich. Wearn of St. Erth, carpenter
½ acre of land allotted to lessee out of the Gew field, being part of Lanuthnoe tenement, late in occ. of lessee's father Roger W.
30 Nov. 1739.

[no title]  RD/347  1788

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of Eliz. Mills, now Berryman, of St. Erth); rent 13/-
Consideration: £17
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Berryman of St. Erth, carpenter
½ acre of land already allotted to lessee in the Gew field at Lanuthnoe, late in occ. of Roger Wearn and now of his s. Rich. W.
9 Sep. 1788.

[no title]  RD/348  1805

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £50
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Berryman of St. Erth, yeo.
Dwelling-houses, barns, stables and outhouses with fields called The Gew and Four Acres now divided into several enclosures, all part of Lanuthnoe tenement
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1805.

[no title]  RD/349  1718

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Diana; and Jn., s. of Wm. Rowe of St. Erth); rent 4/-
Consideration: £22
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., to (2) Jn. Hockin of St. Erth, yeo.
Dwelling-house, courtelage and gdn late in occ. of Rich. Lammerton of St. Erth, decd., which he built and enclosed, being part of Lanuthnoe
29 Oct. 1718.

[no title]  RD/350  1786

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Francis, s. of Jn. Hocken of St. Erth; and Jn., s. of Chris. Ellis of Perranuthnoe); rent 6/-
Consideration: £17
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Hocken of St. Erth, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in St. Erth with gdn behind, commonly called Lamerton's house, being now divided into two messuages and gdns, being formerly in occ. of Dinah Hocken, decd.
24 June 1786.

[no title]  RD/351  1749

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Thos.); rent £2-12-8
Consideration: £4-10-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to Thos. Ellis of St. Erth, yeo.
Close or field called Lanuthnoe croft (about 4 acres) part of Lanuthnoe, late in occ. of Amy Christopher
28 Oct. 1749.

[no title]  RD/352  1788

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's w. Margt.); rent £2-14-0
Consideration: £18
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Rich. Carbence jun. of St. Erth, yeo.
Close or field called Lanuthnoe croft (about 4 acres) being part of Lanuthnoe tenement, late in occ. of Amy Christopher, then of Thos. Ellis (as above)
9 Sep. 1788.

[no title]  RD/353  1755

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Grace; s. Theophilus); rent £7
Consideration: £14
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Francis Code of St. Erth, yeo.
Fields called Long Close, part of Lanuthnoe tenement late in occ. of Theophilus Code, decd.
25 Mar. 1755.

[no title]  RD/354  1791

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Sarah, Mary and Rich.); rent £7-1-6
Consideration: £20
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Goodman of St. Erth, innkeeper
4 plots of land part of Lanuthnoe tenement, commonly called Long Close (5¾ acres) late in occ. of Francis Coade
29 Sep. 1791.

[no title]  RD/355  1734/35

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Jane; and Jn., s. of Martin Christopher of St. Erth); rent £4-12-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Rob. Nicholas of Crowan, yeo.
Part of close of land at Lanuthnoe called the Weggen late in occ. of Jas. Murley, now decd.
10 Feb. 1734/35.

[no title]  RD/356  1746

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and sons Jas. and Ben.); rent £4-12-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Amy Christopher of St. Erth, wid.
Messuage and gdn in Lanuthnoe with several closes or fields belonging, reputed to be moiety of close called the Weggan, late in occ. of Anth. Trezize
29 Sep. 1746.

[no title]  RD/357  1796

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Ann; s. Wm.); rent 3/4
Consideration: £60
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Betty Wallis of Devonshire Street, Mddx., wid., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Rich. Hodge jun. of St. Erth, merchant
Messuage and gdn in Lanuthnoe with several closes or fields belonging, reputed to be moiety of field commonly called the Wiggen, being 3½ acres, late in occ. of Jn. Christopher, decd.
29 Sep. 1796.

[no title]  RD/358  1749

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Jn. and Dorothy, and Wm. Richards, s. of lessee's wife); rent 4/-
Consideration: £39-10-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Rich. Verrant of St. Erth, yeo.
2 little meadows (about 1¼ acres), part of Lanuthnoe
28 Oct. 1749.

[no title]  RD/359  1788

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Rich.); rent 6/-
Consideration: £27
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Verrant of St. Erth, yeo.
2 little meadows (1¾ acres) and a down (7 acres) all part of Lanuthnoe tenement, now in occ. of lessee
9 Sep. 1788.

Mellanear  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/360  1720

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Listra, w. of Alex. Tremellyn of Crowan; and Jn. and Gilbert, sons of Alex. T.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £101-15-0 and 3 guineas of gold
(1) Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, wid., to (2) Wm. Bartle of Camborne, yeo.
Messuage, lands and tenements called Melenhere or Vellenhere, with liberty for (1) to go to and from the stamping mill adj., on Trelissick barton, and to repair watercourse
29 Sep. 1720.

[no title]  RD/361  1748

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and s. Hen.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £32-10-0 and a guinea of gold
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Hen. Mitchell of Phillack, yeo.
Messuage with lands and appurtenances called Melenhere or Vellenhere
8 Oct. 1748.

[no title]  RD/362  1786

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's daus. Ann and Jane); rent £1-2-0
Consideration: £90
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Jn. Harvey of St. Erth, iron-founder
Messuage and tenement called Mellanheere or Villenheere late in occ. of Hen. Mitchell, now of Jn. Harvey, with old walls of the old stamping mill there adj; also the free use of the watercourse running and flowing through the tenement for the purpose of working any mills now or to be erected, until lessors shall think proper to divert same for their own use for working any engines
24 June 1786.

House near the pool  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/363  1705/06

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Ann and s. Wm.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £22
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., to (2) Jn. Honychurch of St. Erth, yeo.
Dwelling-house, gdn and plot now in occ. of lessee's father Hen. H., called the house near the pool, or Mr. Tregary's house; with liberty to pasture one pig and six geese on common, and half day's cutting turf in the little moor in Trelissick
8 Feb. 1705/06.

Trelissick  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/364  1719

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £115
(1) Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, wid., to (2) Nich. Berryman of St. Erth, yeo.
Barton of Trelissick with part of the mansion or dwelling-house being the kitchen, dairy, scullery and 4 chambers over, with brewhouse and cyder-house and chambers over; dry-house, wain-house, hen-house, pigs' house, oxen-houses, great stable and use of mowhay and barn for threshing corn, and use of part of hayloft lying over the lower stable; also tenement and lands with barn and mowhay called Lower Trelissick or Honychurch's tenement; also Carnjew
2 Nov. 1719.

[no title]  RD/365  1791

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Francis Hearle Rodd, s. of Francis Rodd; Betty, dau. of Sam. Wallis; Jn. Hearle Tremayne, s. of Hen. Hawkins T.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £100
(1) Humphry Mackworth Praed of Trevethow, esq., to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan
1\3 part of Hoskin's tenement in Trelissick (fields named), premises extending from Trelissick town gate to the great road leading from Hayle to the borough of Helston, and from across the said road to Penpoll
25 Nov 1791.

[no title]  RD/366  1791

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Francis Hearle Rodd, s. of Francis Rodd; Betty, dau. of Sam. Wallis; Jn. Hearle Tremayne, s. of Hen. Hawkins T.); rent 3/6
Consideration: £100
(1) Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and Sam. Wallis of Upper Seymour Street, Mddx., esq.
1\3 part of Hoskin's tenement otherwise Trelissick Walbert, part of manor of Tevwinnard, late in occ. of Mrs. Mary Hearle, wid.
14 Dec. 1791.

[no title]  RD/367  1808

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Eliz; s. Jn.); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Trounce of St. Erth, labourer
Plot of waste or uncultivated land already marked out (about 1 acre), being part of Trelissick waste
5 Dec. 1808.

[no title]  RD/368  1808

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Wm.); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Fellow of St. Erth, labourer
Plot of waste or uncultivated land already marked out (about 1 acre), being part of Trelissick waste
5 Dec. 1808.

[no title]  RD/369  1808

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Hen.); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Trevaskis of St. Erth, labourer
Plot of waste land (about 1 acre), part of Trelissick waste
5 Dec. 1808.

[no title]  RD/370  1808

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Margt; s. Anth. jun.); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Anth. Snell of St. Erth, labourer
Plot of waste land (about 1 acre), part of Trelissick waste
5 Dec. 1808.

[no title]  RD/371  1809

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and daus. Eliz. and Jenefer); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Sob. Tregenza jun. of St. Erth, labourer
Piece of waste land (about 1 acre) part of the way Down common, part of Trelissick barton
1 Feb. 1809.

[no title]  RD/372  1811

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Ann; s. Thos.); rent £1-1-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. James of St. Erth, labourer
Plot of ground already marked out (about 1 acre) part of Trelissick down, between plots to be granted to Jn. Carbines, Rich. Date and Jn. Oates
29 Sep. 1811.

[no title]  RD/373  1811

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Grace; s. Rob. jun.); rent £1-1-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rob. Ellis of St. Erth, labourer
Piece of waste ground already marked out (about 1 acre), part of Trelissick down, between plot enclosed by Rob. Tregenza and that of Jas. Richards
29 Sep. 1811

[no title]  RD/374  1811

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Joseph, Nancy and Wm.); rent £1-1-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. James of St. Erth, labourer
Piece of waste ground already marked out (about 1 acre) on Trelissick down, between road from Trelissick to Carnsew and 3 plots of Trelissick downs, intended to be leased to Rich. Date, Jn. Oates and Jn. Barnes
29 Sep. 1811.

Treven  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/375  1705

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Thos., and Margery, dau. of Wm. Lembry of Zennor); rent 46/8
Consideration: surrender of lease and £220
(1) Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., to (2) Thos. Cornish of Breage, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements called Trevean in St. Erth, late in occ. of Jas. Christopher
25 Dec. 1705.

[no title]  RD/376  1773

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Cath.; Edm. Semmens, s. of Simon S. of Marazion; Jn., s. of Peter Semmens of Gulval); rent £1-4-1
Consideration: £255
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane, Sam. Wallis of Trelissick, esq., and w. Betty, rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Pascoe Semmens of Ludgvan, yeo.
Moiety of lands and tenements called Treven late in occ. of Thos. Cornish, decd., then of Jn. Veal, Jn. Russell and Francis Coade, part of manor of Trelissick
8 Sep. 1773.

[no title]  RD/377  1783

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee Grace Jenkin); rent £1-4-6
Consideration: £50
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Gregory Jenkin of Stoke Damerel, yeo,, Grace Jenkin of St. Erth, spr;, and Sich. Phillips of Gwithian, yeo.
Moiety of messuage and tenement called Treven (43 acres) in St. Erth, late in occ. of Jn. Rowe, yeo., now of his wid. Lucy
6 Dec. 1783.

[no title]  RD/378  1758

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee Grace Jenkin, and Grace, dau. of Gregory Jenkin); rent £2-9-0
Consideration: £200
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Tremayne, esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Gregory Jenkin of Stoke Damerel, yeo., Grace Jenkin of St. Erth, spr., and Rich. Phillips of Gwithian, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Treven (43 acres) late in occ. of Jn. Rowe
12 Jan. 1785.

[no title]  RD/379  1808

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Sarah; s. Amos jun.); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Amos Tregenza of St. Hilary, labourer
Wastrel in St. Erth (about 1 acre), part of Treven common lying next to the high road from Hayle to Treven estate, except a roadway over wastrel to Treven estate
5 Dec. 1808.

[no title]  RD/380  1734

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Jn. Rowe of Breage; Wm. Rowe); rent 20/-
Consideration: surrender of lease and £44-2-0
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., and w. Mary, and Margt. Paynter of Trelissick, spr., to (2) Jn. Rowe of St. Erth, yeo.
Manning's tenement in Treven late in occ. of Jas. Manning
12 Sep. 1734.

[no title]  RD/381/1-3  1761

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Sam. and Jn. Jenkin of Crowan); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £52-10-0
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., Thos. Hearle of St. Michael Penkivel, clerk, Jn. Rogers of Helston, esq., and Margt. and Jane Hearle both of Penryn, sprs., to (2) Jn. Rowe of St. Erth, yeo.
Manning's tenement in Treven late in occ. of lesse's father Wm. Rowe decd.
10 Feb. 1761.
Also memo, of date of christening of Jn., s. of Wm. Rowe, in 1704, signed by Jas. Roberts, clerk.

[no title]  RD/382  1783

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of Eliz., dau. of lessee Rich. Phillips); rent 10/6
Consideration: £30
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Sam. Wallis of Tremayne, esq., and w. Betty, and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, and w. Harriet, to (2) Gregory Jenkin of Stoke Danerel, yeo., Grace Jenkin of St. Erth, spr., and Rich. Phillips of Gwithian, yeo.
Moiety of Manning's tenement in Treven (about 23 acres)
2 Nov. 1783.

[no title]  RD/383  1783

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of Eliz., dau. of lessee Rich. Phillips); rent 10/6
Consideration: £30
(1) Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Gregory Jenkin of Stoke Damerel, yeo., Grace Jenkin of St. Erth, spr., and Rich. Phillips of Gwithian, yeo.
Moiety of Manning's tenement in Treven (about 23 acres) late in occ. of Jn. Rowe, yeo., now of his wid. Lucy
6 Dec. 1783.

[no title]  RD/384  1749

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of Gregory, s. of Gregory Jenkin of St. Erth); rent 46/8
Consideration: £44
(1) Jn. Hearle of Penryn, esq., to (2) Jn. Rowe of St. Erth, yeo.
Tyer's tenement in Treven
1 Sep. 1749.

[no title]  RD/385/1,2  1768

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's w. Lucy); rent £1-3-6 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £55
(1)Mary Hearle of Penryn, wid., to (2) Jn. Rowe of St. Erth, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements called Tyer's tenement
31 Dec. 1768.

Unspecified property  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/386  1803

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and sons Jas. and Abraham); rent 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Betty Wallis of Devonshire Street, Middx., wid., and rev. Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and w. Harriet, to (2) Abraham Rogers of St. Erth, mason
Messuage and dwelling-house lately erected by lessee on the ruins of an ancient house formerly occupied by Jn. Hampton, with little yard adj.
22 Sep. 1803

[no title]  RD/387  1810

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Diana; s. Wm.); rent 10/6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan and s. Jn. Hearle Tremayne, esq;
(3) Sam. Stephens of Tregenna Castle, esq., to (4) Ben. Honeychurch of St. Erth, labourer
(1), (2) and (3)'s respective 1/3 parts of wastrel (16 yds of ground) in St. Erth, lying between tenement of Bodraverran and the high road from St. Erth churchtown to High Lanes
7 Sep. 1810

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

ST. ERTH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/388  Aug. 1810

Contents:
Letter from Jn. Hayward of Bodmin to Francis Hearle Rodd of Croan enclosing field names and acreages of Carnsew, Mellanear and Trelissick

[no title]  RD/389  8 Oct. 1851

Contents:
Letter from Jn. Goldsworthy of Trewinnard to Thos. Whitford of St. Columb concerning survey of Hoskin's land in St. Erth

[no title]  RD/390/1,2  c.1850

Contents:
Plan and "contract of work requiring to be executed" for building implement shed and stable at Trelissick

[no title]  RD/391  c.1865-70

Contents:
Measurement of Trelissick and Hosking's tenement or Little Trelissick

[no title]  RD/392  c.1865-70

Contents:
Measurement of Trelissick churchtown and Treven

[no title]  RD/393  1809

Contents:
"A Map of such part of the several Tenements of Start, Treloweth, Chenhall and Trelissick, in the parish of St. Earth, as adjoin on Hayle River; with the boundaries between the Lands of Sir John St. Aubyn, bart., and those of Francis Rodd, esq., as settled between the respective Lords 29 September 1809".
(Ink and watercolour on parchment; milestones, boundstones, streamworks, wiers, adits and Treloweth mill marked).

[no title]  RD/394  ?c.1880

Contents:
Plan of tracing linen (? from tithe map) of Trelissick, Little Trailssick, and Treven

ST. GLUVIAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/395  1773

Contents:
Draft nomination to lectureship of St. Gluvias
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Jane, Sam. Wallis of Penryn, esq., and w. Betty, and Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk, and w. Harriet, to (2) bishop of Exeter
Nomination of rev. Christopher Wells to officiate in St. Gluvias parish church according to deed to Thos. Hearle of Penryn dated 1735 which authorised payment out of lands in Penryn of salary for lecturer to be appointed by him and his descendants to perform divine service
May 1773 (day not given).

GWENNAP  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/396  c.1880-1890

Contents:
Survey of manor of Trevethan

PENRYN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/397  c.1880

Contents:
Particulars and valuation of Hearle family's property in Penryn

GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/398  1757

Contents:
Survey or rental of lands late of Francis Paynter of Trelissick, esq., decd., in St. Erth, Phillack, Gwinear, and St. Just-in-Penwith

[no title]  RD/399  c.1760

Contents:
Act for enabling Mary Hearle, wid., Thos. Hearle, clerk, and Jn. Rogers, esq., guardians of Margt., Jane, Betty and Harriet Hearle, infants, to make leases and setts during their minority
(Lists all Hearle properties).

[no title]  RD/400  1766

Contents:
Letter from Martin Davis of Truro, to Francis Rodd at Trebartha, enclosing copy of will of Thos. Hearle of St. Michael Penkivel, clerk, (made 1765)

[no title]  RD/401  1776

Contents:
Letter from Mrs. Hearle to ? Francis Rodd concerning estate of Thos. Hearle, decd., and inheritance of her daughters

[no title]  RD/402  25 July 1778

Contents:
Statement of bequest by Jane, w. of Francis Rodd of Trebartha, by virtue of power given to her by will of her uncle Thos. Hearle decd., to her younger children, of ¼ part of goods and chattels bequeathed to her by uncle Thos., except for ¼ part of Hay in Ladock which she has already devised to her eldest son Francis Hearle Rodd

[no title]  RD/403/1-4  1803

Contents:
Allocation of Hearle property in division between Jane, Betty and Harriet

[no title]  RD/404/1,2  c.1803

Contents:
Hearle partition: statement of balances between Francis Rodd, rev. Mr. Tremayne and Sam. Stephens, to be paid on account of the difference in the value of timber on the allotted lands

[no title]  RD/405  1804

Contents:
Statement of value of Mrs. Betty Wallis' shares in mines (Hearle partition): Wheal Damsel, Wheal Quick, Wheal Jewell, Wheal Unity and Poldice, Consolidated Mines, Creegbrawse, Wheal Chance, Wheal Hope, Wheal Spinster, Tolcarne Mine, Wheal Union and St. Day copper dues

ST. EWE  [no ref. or date]

Advowson  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/406/1,2  1761

Contents:
Copy lease and release
Consideration: natural love and affection of (1) for grandsons Jn., s. of Wm. Carlyon, and Jn., s. of Edw. Cregoe of Gerrans; and to establish perpetual advowson to St. Ewe
(1) Jn. Pomeroy of Trelissick, St. Ewe, clerk, to (2) Wm. Carlyon of St. Austell, gent.
Perpetual advowson to church of St. Ewe
27/28 May 1761.

[no title]  RD/407  1838

Contents:
Copy conveyance; consideration £2500
(1) Matthew Garland Cregoe of Trewithian, Gerrans, esq., nephew and heir of rev. Jn. Cregoe late of St. Mawes, clerk, decd., and s. of Edw. Cregoe of Trewithian, Jn. C.'s brother, to (2) Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle of Penrice; (3) Edw. Coode jun. of St. Austell, gent.
Next and every alternate right of presentation to St. Ewe
8 Sep. 1838.

[no title]  RD/408  1746-1841

Contents:
Extracts from Books of Institutions in principal registry of bishop of Exeter, Aug. 1841:
appointments of St. Ewe incumbents, 1746, 1785, 1836.

[no title]  RD/409  29 Oct. 1841

Contents:
Letter from Edw. Coode of St. Austell, to Chas. Gurney of Launceston concerning deeds of St. Ewe advowson

[no title]  RD/410  1841

Contents:
Grant of presentation; consideration £2750
(1) Sir Joseph Sawle Graves Sawle of Penrice, to
(2) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall
Next right of presentation to St. Ewe
10 July 1841.

LEWANNICK  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Knighton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/411  1843

Contents:
Conveyance by way of appointment; consideration £290
(1) Rich. Luskey of Lewannick, gent., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Outer down, Homer down, part of long meadow and wastrel, and part of Great Marsh, all part of Knighton in Lewannick
Plan in margin
29 Sep. 1843.

Lamalla  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/412/1-3  1686/87

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £60
(1) Hen. Manaton of Harwood, Cornwall, esq., to (2)
Susanna Nanscawen jun. of Lewannick, spr.
Messuage or tenement called Lamall or Lamell now in occ. of (2)'s mother Susanna Nanscawen sen., wid.
14/15 Jan. 1686/87.
Also bond to perform covenants.

[no title]  RD/413  1699/1700

Contents:
Bond in £120 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Walter Luggar lately of Fowey, now of St. Olive's, Southwark, Surrey, gent., to (2) Jn. Tresayes of Roche, yeo.
26 Feb. 1699/1700.

[no title]  RD/414/1,2  1700

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £100
(1) Walter Lugger of Lewannick, gent., to (2) Thos. Horwell of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, gent.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Lamalla in Lewannick, and Trelabe Parks in Linkinhorne, all late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, spr.
21/22 Sep. 1700.

[no title]  RD/415/1-3  1701

Also, recovery (in poor state of repair).

Contents:
Lease and release to lead uses of a recovery; consideration £160
(1) Walter Luggar, formerly of Fowey, now of St. Olive's, Southwark, Surrey, gent., and Thos. Horwell of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, gent., (2) Nath. Pydar of Lyons Inn, Mddx., gent., and Wm. Samler of Lyons Inn, gent; to (3) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Roche, yeo.
Tenement called Lamall or Lamalla or Tremalla in Lewannick (22 acres) late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, spr.
3/4 June 1701.

[no title]  RD/416  1701

Contents:
General quitclaim
(1) Walter Luggar late of Fowey, now of St. Olive's, Southwark, Surrey, gent., to (2) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Roche, yeo.
30 July 1701

[no title]  RD/417/1,2  1701

Contents:
Mortgage for £80 (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Tresays jun. of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Sam. Lyne of Callington, gent.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Lamalla in Lewannick, and Trelabe Parks in Linkinhorne, all late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, spr.
21/22 Nov. 1701

[no title]  RD/418  1701/1702

Contents:
Bond in £40 to enjoy peaceable possession
(1) Jn. Wadge of Lewannick, bachelor, to (2) Jn. Tresayes of Lewannick, gent.
Jn. W., by will of Susanna Nanscawen of Lewannick, decd., owns for his life a tenement in Lamalla called Sleep's tenement; Jn. T. holds Phillies tenement in Lamalla; divers fields of both tenements are held in common; property has been divided into 6 fields each
16 Feb. 1701/1702

[no title]  RD/419/1,2  1702/1703

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £83-12-0
(1) Sam. Lyne of Callington, gent., to (2) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Lamalla in Lewannick, and Trelabe Parks in Linkinhorne, late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen
21/22 Feb. 1702/1703

[no title]  RD/420/1,2  1703

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £120
(1) Jn. Wadge of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Walter Luggar late of Fowey, now of St. Olive's, Southwark, Surrey, gent;
(3) Jn. Tresayes of Lewannick, yeo.
Lamall or Lamalla or Tremall or Tremalla (22 acres)
26/27 Mar. 1703

[no title]  RD/421  1703

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing): deed to lead uses of a recovery
Consideration: £160 by (3) to (1) to use of Jn. Turner
(1) Walter Luggar of Southwark, Surrey, gent., and Jn. Turner of Callington, gent; (2) Rob. Incledon of Lyons Inn, Mddx., gent., and Jn. Smith jun. of Lyons Inn, gent; (3) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Lewannick, yeo.
(1) to (2): Lamalla (22 acres)
29 Mar. 1703.

[no title]  RD/422/1,2  1703

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Rich. Wadge of Lewannick, gent., and Peter Dingley of Lewannick, yeo., to use of (3) Susanna Dingley, spr., sister of Peter D., on marriage between (1) and (3)
Messuage or tenement in Lamall or Lamalla or Tremall (about 22 acres) late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, usually called Filley's tenement
22/23 June 1703.

[no title]  RD/423  1703

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement
(1) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Lewannick, yeo; (2) Rich. Wadge of Lewannick, gent., and Peter Dingley of Lewannick, yeo;
(3) Susanna Dingley of Lewannick, spr., on marriage between (1) and (3)
(1) to (2) in trust for (3):
Annuity of £6 chargeable to tenement in Lamalla late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, commonly called Sleep's tenement
23 June 1703.

[no title]  RD/424/1,2  1708/1709

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: to secure repayment of debts, also £50
(1) Jn. Tresayes of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Sam. Lyne of Callington, gent.
Lamall or Lamalla or Tremall (22 acres)
25/26 Feb. 1708/1709.

[no title]  RD/425/1-3  1710/1711

Contents:
Mortgage for £248 (lease and release; also counterpart release)
(1) Jn. Tresayes of Lewannick, yeo., and w. Susanna; (2) Rich. Wadge of Lewannick, gent., and Peter Dingley of Lewannick, yeo., to (3) Sam. Lyne of Callington, gent.
Sleep's tenement in Lamalla
31 Dec. 1710/1 Jan. 1710/11.

[no title]  RD/426  1705-1710

Contents:
Bill of costs, Sam. Lyne to Jn. Tresayes

[no title]  RD/427  1714

Contents:
Account of money made by sale of Jn. Tresayes' goods sold by Sam. Lyne at survey at Tremalla

[no title]  RD/428  1714-1722

Contents:
Mrs. Susan Tresayes' bill from Sam. Lyne for goods valued by her brother and Jn. Hocken (good inventry of Jn. Tresayes' goods)

[no title]  RD/429  1733

Contents:
Deed to make tenant to the praecipe for suffering a recovery
(1) Jn. Tresayes of Lewannick, yeo., s. of Jn. T. decd., to (2) Jn. Higham of Chancery Lane, gent., and (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Fillis' tenement at Lamalla, late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, spr.
10 Aug. 1733.

[no title]  RD/430  1703-1733

Contents:
Surrender; consideration: natural love and affection and 5/-
(1) Susanna Tresayes of Lewannick, wid. of Jn. T. yeo., decd., to (2) s. Jn. T.
Recites: marriage settlement, 1703
Fillyes' tenement at Lamalla, late in occ. of Walter Lugger
20 Oct. 1733.

[no title]  RD/431  1733

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Francis Rodd, demandant; Jn. Tresayes, tenant; Jn. Higham, gent., deforciant
Lamalla
28 Nov. 1733.

[no title]  RD/432/1,2  1733

Contents:
Mortgage for £120 (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Tresayes of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Tenement in Lamall or Lamalla (about 22 acres) late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, then of Walter Luggar, usually called Fillyes' tenement
7/8 Dec. 1733.

[no title]  RD/433/1,2  1735/36

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £133-3-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Sam. Addis of Whiteford, esq.
Recites: Jn. Tresayes' mortgage, 1733 (as above)
Money not repaid, Jn. Tresayes decd., his bro. and exor. Edw. T. has agreed with (2) for sale of equity of redemption
Tenement in Lamalla called Fillyes' tenement
18/19 Feb. 1735/36.

[no title]  RD/434/1,2  1735/36

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £169-12-0
(1) Edw. Tresayes of Lewannick, cooper, exor. of will of his decd. bro. Jn. T., and Peter Tresayes of Northill, blacksmith, to (2) Sam. Addis of Whiteford, esq.
Fillyes' tenement at Lamalla
22/23 Mar. 1735/36.

[no title]  RD/435/1,2  1735

Contents:
Release of equity of redemption (lease and release); consideration £10
(1) Edw. Tresayes of Lewannick, cooper, exor. of bro. Jn. T., decd., to (2) Vincent Darley of Callington, gent.
Sleep's tenement in Lamalla
1/2 Nov. 1735.

[no title]  RD/436/1,2  1736/37

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £10
(1) Vincent Darley of Callington, gent., to (2) Jn. Darley of Northill, yeo.
Recites: sale by Edw. Tresayes to (1), 1735 (as above)
Sleep's tenement in Lamalla late in occ. of Jn. Wadge
9/10 Mar. 1736/37.

[no title]  RD/437/1,2  1737

Contents:
Deed to lead uses of a fine or recovery (lease and release); consideration £260
(1) Sam. Lyne of Launceston, gent., to (2) Jn. Darley of Northill, yeo.
Tenement in village of Lamalla or Tremalla late in occ. of Jn. Wadge
13/14 May 1737.

[no title]  RD/438/1,2  1737

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £270
(1) Jn. Darley of Northill, yeo., to (2) Sam. Addis of Whiteford, esq.
Property as above
13/14 May 1737.

[no title]  RD/439  18 May 1737

Contents:
Receipt by Sam. Lyne for 2½ gns. paid to him by Vincent Darley for deeds between Jn. Darley and Sam. Lyne concerning Lamalla

[no title]  RD/440  10 May 1738

Contents:
Copy schedule of Lamalla deeds received by Vincent Darley from Edw. Cheyne, administrator of Sam. Lyne's estate

[no title]  RD/441/1,2  1791

Contents:
Deed of exchange (lease and release)
(1) Sir Wm. Molesworth of Pencarrow, heir of Jn. Arscott of Tetcott, Devon, esq., decd; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Edw. Archer of Trelask
(1) and (2) to (3):
Messuage, lands and tenement called Combeshead in Lewannick (purchased by Francis Rodd, father of (2), from Chas. Wadge), in exchange for Lamalla
18/19 Apr. 1791.

[no title]  RD/442  1843

Contents:
Conveyance in fee to dower uses; consideration £290
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Lewannick, gent., to use of (3) Geo. Rowe of Menheniot, yeo.
New Park, part of Great Penend, Little Penend and Penend meadow, part of Lamalla
29 Sep. 1843.

[no title]  RD/443  1791-1845

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of Francis Rodd, esq., to Lamalla or Tremalla

Netherton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/444/1,2  1750

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Rob. Colling, querant; Jn. Hocken and w. Jane, deforciants
Messuage and premises in Netherton or Norton
Hilary term 1750.

Trelaske down  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/445/1,2  1831

Contents:
Deed of division or allottment (lease and release)
(1) Edw. Archer of Trelaske, esq; (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Sam. Peter of Hollyvag, Lewannick, yeo; (4) Wm. Hockin Morgan of St. Tudy; (5) Jn. Darke of Launceston, gent., trustee
(1) entitled to fee simple of Trelaske or Lewannick Down
(2), (3) and (4) entitled to rights of common there
Plan on dorse
1/2 Feb. 1831.

Trevadlock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/446  1678/79

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £46
(1) Jn. Cornew of Pelynt, yeo., to (2) Nich. Hodge of Pillaton, yeo.
Tenement in Trevadlock in Lewannick late in occ. of Jn. Stanbury
1 Jan. 1678/79.

[no title]  RD/447/1,2  1775

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £150
(1) Jn. Hodge of St. Mellion, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuage and tenement in Trevadlock, formerly the lands of Jn. Cornew, decd.
2/3 Jan. 1775.

[no title]  RD/448  1824

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration £300
(1) Jn. Foott of Linkinhorne, gent., s. of Grace F., formerly Grace Colling, devisee of will of Edw. Colling of Northill, yeo., decd., and w. Mary Ann; (2) Rob. Lethbridge of Grays Inn Square, Mddx., gent; (3) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Tenement in Brendon, part of Trevadlock, formerly purchased by Edw. Colling from Evans; also tenement which he purchased from Nanscawen
7 Feb. 1824.

[no title]  RD/449/1,2  1692

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £36
(1) Wm. Stacey of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Arthur Peters of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Trewarlick or Trevadlock late in occ. of Wm. Walter
25/26 Aug. 1692.

[no title]  RD/450  1735

Contents:
Copy will of Peter Stacy of Lewannick, yeo.
- money bequests
Made 1735.

[no title]  RD/451/1-3  1735-1745

Contents:
Mortgage for £100 (lease and release; also counterpart release)
(1) Rich. Stacy of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Rich. Clarke of Launceston, gent.
Tenement called Walter's tenement in Trevadlock late in occ. of (1)'s brother Peter Stacy
15/16 Aug. 1735.
Endorsed: memoranda of repayments by (1)

[no title]  RD/452/1,2  1751-1756

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage (lease and release); consideration £100 (1) to (3)
(1) Stuckley Stephens of Barnstaple, Devon, shipwright, and w. Ann; (2) Rich. Stacy of Lewannick, yeo; (3) Alice Rodd of Trebartha, wid.
Property as above (left by Rich. Clarke to his niece Ann Askham who married Stuckley Stephens)
23/29 Sep. 1751.
Endorsed: memoranda of repayments by Mrs. Stacy to Alice Rodd, 1752-1756.

[no title]  RD/453  1752

Contents:
Copy will of Rich. Stacey of Lewannick, yeo.
- financial bequests
- Walter's tenement in Trevadlock, Warne's tenement in East Trevadlock, to w. Mary
Made 1752, proved 1758.

[no title]  RD/454/1-3  1780

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement to sell; consideration £285
(1) Peter Stacey of Northill, yeo., and Jn. Stacey of Lewannick, cordwainer, on behalf of selves and others mentioned in will of Rich. Stacey of Lewannick, yeo., decd., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Walter's tenement in Trevadlock
1 June 1780.
Also conditions of survey for selling Walter's tenement, late in occ. of Mary Stacey, wid., decd., 30 May 1780.
Also memorandum concerning Mary Stacey's relations.

[no title]  RD/455/1,2  1780

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £285
(1) Rich. Stacey of Lewannick, yeo., eldest s. of Rich. S. and w. Mary, both decd., and w. Agnes; (2) Joan Brown of Lewannick, wid., Rich. Wadge of South Petherwin, cordwainer, and w. Mary, Wm. Jenkin of Lewannick, yeo., and w. Honor, Wm. Stacey of South Petherwin, blacksmith, and w. Margt., Peter Stacey of Northill, yeo., and Jn. Stacey of Lewannick, cordwainer, and w. Eliz. (Joan, Mary, Honor, Wm., Peter and Jn. being other children of Rich. and Mary Stacey, decd.); (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Walter's tenement in Trevadlock now in occ. of Wm. Jenken
23/24 June 1780.
Endorsed: receipt of consideration money.

[no title]  RD/456  1780

Contents:
Bond in £500 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Joan Brown, Rich. Wadge, Wm. Jenken, Wm. Stacey, Peter Stacey and Jn. Stacey (as in RD/455 above), to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, Esq.
24 June 1780.

[no title]  RD/457  1840

Contents:
Conveyance in fee and surrender of 2000 yr term; consideration £140
(1) Rich. Dawe of Stokeclimsland, yeo; (2) Peter Vosper of Stonehouse, Devon, wine merchant, his mortgagee, to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Field now a plantation called Lower Wheaton Mills; also adj. field called Higher Wheaton Mills; Dillabole Marsh; part of Long Slade, and part of Lower Furland field, all part of Trevadlock.
Plan in margin
22 Nov. 1840.

East Trevadlock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/458  1774

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration £250
(1) Arthur Tremayne of Sydenham, Devon, esq., to (2) Rich. Dawe of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements called East Trevadlock in village of Trevadlock, with common of pasture for all beasts, and common of turbary on East Trevadlock and Trevendle moor in Northill, all late in occ. of Chris. Pellow
21 Sep. 1774.

[no title]  RD/459  1872

Contents:
Mortgage for £1000
(1) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe of Menwinnick in Trewen, yeo., to (2) Josias Stoneman and Jas. Stoneman both of Launceston, maltsters
Messuage lands and tenements called East Trevadlock or Pellows in village of Trevadlock in Lewannick, with common of pasture for all beasts and common of turbary on East Trevadlock and on Trewendle moor in Northill, premises late in occ. of Chris. Pellow
24 Feb. 1872.

[no title]  RD/460  1878

Contents:
Reconveyance on discharge of mortgage; consideration £1000
(1) Josias and Jas. Stoneman both of Launceston, maltsters, to (2) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe of Trewen, yeo.
Property as above
11 Nov. 1878.

[no title]  RD/461  1878

Contents:
Agreement for sale and purchase
(1) Dorothy Down Doble of South Petherwin, wid., (2) Dorothy Dawe of South Petherwin, wid., (3) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe of Trewen, farmer, (4) Rich. Down Dawe of South Petherwin, farmer, to (4) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe
Recites: marriage settlement of Wm. Doble and Dorothy Down Dawe, and subsequent trusts
Property as above, now in occ. of Jn. Congdon
11 Nov. 1878.

[no title]  RD/462  1878

Contents:
Reconveyance of mortgaged property
(1) Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, gent., to (2) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe of Trewen, yeo.
Property as above
14 Nov. 1878.

[no title]  RD/463  1878

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration £650
(1) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe of Trewen, yeo., to (2) Dorothy Down Doble of South Petherwin, wid.
Property as above
21 Dec. 1878.

[no title]  RD/464  1887

Contents:
Mortgage for £1000
(1) Dorothy Down Doble of Tresmarrow in South Petherwin, wid., to (2) Reg. Morshead of Tavistock, esq., and Thos. Hughes Gibbons of Lostwithiel, civil engineer
Property as above
4 June 1887.

[no title]  RD/465  1888

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £70
(1) Dorothy Down Doble of Tresmarrow, wid., to (2) Jn. Paynter and Wm. Hen. Paynter of Trelaske Mills, Lewannick, farmers
Property as above
Good husbandry clauses; also reserving to lessor right to pursue game, foxes, woodcock, snipe and other wild fowl
22 Sep. 1888.

[no title]  RD/466  1895

Contents:
Reconveyance of mortgaged property
(1) Reg. Morshead of Hurlditch Court, Devon, esq., and Thos. Hughes Gibbons of Lostwithiel, civil engineer, to (2) Dorothy Down Doble of Tresmarrow, wid.
Property as above
31 Oct. 1895.

[no title]  RD/467  1896

Contents:
Mortgage to secure balance of Account Current
(1) Dorothy Down Doble to (2) Devon and Cornwall Banking Co. Ltd.
Property as above
1 Feb. 1896.

[no title]  RD/468  1878-1899

Contents:
Abstract of title of trustees of will of Mrs. Doble to Trevadlock estate

[no title]  RD/469  1899

Contents:
Estate duty account and schedule of personal property of Dorothy Down Doble, decd.

[no title]  RD/470/1-4  1879

Contents:
Letters and account concerning succession duty payable on East Trevadlock or Pellow tenement in Lewannick, the estate of Dorothy Dawe, decd.

[no title]  RD/471  1899

Contents:
Corrective affidavit concerning estate duty payable on estate of Dorothy Down Doble, decd.

[no title]  RD/472  1899

Contents:
Copy conditions of sale of Trevadlock

[no title]  RD/473  1899

Contents:
Requisitions and observations on title to East Trevadlock prior to sale by trustees of Mrs. Doble's estate to Rodd

[no title]  RD/474  1899

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and documents relating to Trevadlock estate purchased from Messrs. Dawe and Grylls by F. R. Rodd, esq.

Trevage moors  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/475  1824

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery (in English)
Francis Hearle Rodd, demandant; Rob. Lethbridge, tenant; Jn. Foott and w. Mary Ann, vouchees
Trevage moors
Easter term 1824.

Trevage wood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/476/1,2  1736/37

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £35
(1) Sir Nicholas Trevanion of Stoke Damerel, Devon, to (2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Tenement and Woodland called Trevage wood
1/2 Feb. 1736/37.

[no title]  RD/477/1,2  1765

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £45 by (3) to (2)
(1) Jn. Sleep of Lewannick, blacksmith; (2) Rich. Wadge of South Petherwin, gent; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Trevagewood tenement and woodland formerly mortgaged by (2) to (1) for £35
27/28 Nov. 1765.

Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/478  1630

Contents:
Final concord
Jn. Wadge, querant; Wm. Upton esq. and w. Amy, deforciants
Property in Upton and Trevage moor
Michaelmas term 1630.

[no title]  RD/479  1662

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration £450
(1) Wm. Uppeton of St. Neot, esq; to (2) Rich. Wadge of Lewannick, yeo.
Uppeton barton late in occ. of Chris. Wadge, father of (2)
21 July 1662.

[no title]  RD/480/1,2  1752

Contents:
Mortgage for £200 (lease and release)
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Phil. Welsh jun. of Launceston, surgeon
Barton, capital messuage and tenement called Upton with common of pasture and turbary on Trevage moor in Altarnun
8/9 June 1752.

[no title]  RD/481/1,2  1754

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £217-10-0
(1) Phil. Welsh jun. of Launceston, surgeon to (2) father Phil. W. sen. of Launceston, gent.
Property as above
8/9 Mar. 1754.

[no title]  RD/482  1754

Contents:
Lease for 1 yr (release missing)
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Phil. Welsh of Launceston, gent.
1/6 part of Trevallet tenement in St. Thomas-by-Launceston, and 1/3; part of great and small tithes of grass, hay, corn and other grain; also Trecarnal, Burland, Tregewen, Carkees and Upton, in Northill, Altarnun, Lewannick and St. Thomas-by-Launceston, formerly the lands of inheritance of Rich. Wadge
27 Sep. 1754.

[no title]  RD/483  1758

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine
(1) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., s. of Peter W. decd.; (2) Vincent Darley of Batten, Northill, gent; (3) Rich. Welsh of Launceston, gent.
Upton and Wadge Hill tenement, with other lands (unspecified)
4 Nov. 1758.

[no title]  RD/484  1758

Contents:
Final concord
Vincent Darley, gent., querant; Rich. Wadge, gent., and w. Jane, deforciants
Property in Upton, Trelawny Park, Lower Burland, Great and Little Tregune, Carkeise, Wadge's tenement, Trevage moor, High moor, Foy moor, in Lewannick, Altarnun, Laneast and Trewen; also 1/5 part of Trevosper in South Petherwin
Trinity term 1758.

[no title]  RD/485  1630-1759

Contents:
Abstract of title of Rich. Wadge to Upton barton

[no title]  RD/486  1761

Contents:
Agreement for sale; consideration £1155
(1) Rich. Wadge of Upton, gent; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Upton barton
2 Oct. 1761.

[no title]  RD/487/1,2  1762

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £1150 by (3) to (1)
(1) Rich. Welsh of Launceston, gent., s. of Phil. W., decd; (2) Rich. Wadge of Lewannick, gent., s. of Peter W., decd; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Upton Barton, with common of pasture on Trevage moor in Altarnun
24/25 Mar. 1762.

[no title]  RD/488  1762

Contents:
Agreement to discharge premises from payment of annuity
(1) Wadge; (2) Rich. Welsh
Recites: lease and release, 1762 (as above)
Premises sold are chargeable at present with payment of £200 to Thomasine Wadge by will of her father; Upton to be discharged of this, Trevosper in South Petherwin to be chargeable instead
2 Apr. 1762.

Several properties  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/489/1-3  1837

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also copy)
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebursey, esq; (3) Mary Rashleigh of Wickham, Hants., spr; (4) rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk, and Chas. Rashleigh of Wickham, Hants., esq., on marriage between (2) and (3)
(1) to (4):
Warner's tenement, Walters' tenement, Sleep's, Hodge's tenements, and fields late Wills', also Evans' tenement, all in Trevadlock in Lewannick; premises called the White Ball at Hicks' Mill in Lewannick; Upton and Wadge's tenement; East Trevadlock; Coquarnel; Wadge's and Tresaze's in Lemalla; Penince and Harvey's tenements, all in Lewannick
27/28 Feb. 1837.

[no title]  RD/490/1,2  1845

Contents:
Release of Jointure rent charge and surrender of 500 yr term
(1) Mary Rodd, w. of Francis R. of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, clerk, and Chas. Rashleigh of Wickham, Hants., esq; to (3) Francis Rodd, Mary's husband
Recites: marriage settlement, 1837 (as above)
26 Dec. 1845.
Also abstract.

Lease  [no ref. or date]

Bowden Derrers; Black Hills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/491  1783

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £7
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rob. Mullis of South Petherwin, yeo.
Fields called Black Hills with 2 meadows adj. lower side of road from Two-bridges to Pollyfont, part of manor of Pollyfont in Lewannick, late in occ. of Thos. Sargent, now of lessee
Good husbandry clauses
28 Jan. 1783.

[no title]  RD/492  1783

Contents:
7 or 14 yr lease; rent £8
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Joseph Dunn of Altarnun, yeo.
2 fields called Bowden Derrers, part of manor of Pollyfont in Lewannick
Good husbandry clauses
1 Feb. 1783.

[no title]  RD/493  1796

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £31
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Northey of Altarnun, yeo.
Fields called Bowden Derrers, Black Hills, 2 meadows adj. lower side of road leading from Two-bridges to Pollyfont; North Park meadows, and undivided moiety of North Park, part of manor of Pollyfont, now in occ. of Joseph Dunn, Rob. Mullis and Rob. Werring
Good husbandry clauses
10 Feb. 1796.

Coombeshead  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/494/1,2  1754

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and sons Jn. and Arthur); rent £1-16-0 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £280, and 4 guineas to be divided between 3 sisters of (1); also £1-1-0 for a broadpiece
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Sam. Peters of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Coombeshead
25 July 1754.

[no title]  RD/495  1787

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £30-10-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Jonas of Lewannick, yeo.
Tenement called Coombeshead
Good husbandry clauses
27 Nov. 1787.

Coquarnel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/496  1685

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Sam., Rob. and Jn. P.); rent 26/8
Consideration: £241
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Arthur Peters of Northill, yeo.
Messuages, houses, gdns and fields called Cogwarnell or Coquarnell, late in occ. of Wm. Evan, with common of pasture for all manner of beasts on Trelaske down
16 Feb. 1685.

[no title]  RD/497  1785

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £37
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Venning of Lewannick, yeo.
Coquarnel
16 May 1785.

Hicks' or Polyfant mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/498  1740

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £10
(1) Hen. French of Tredidon, esq., to (2) Ferdinando Brendon of Lewannick, miller
Water grist mills called Pollifant or Hicks' Mills with mill house and appurtenances, in Lewannick; also malt mill part of Pensent tenement in Trewen, with leats, water and millpools
28 Feb. 1740.

[no title]  RD/499  1741

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll)
(1) Wm. Saltren, esq., at direction of Hen. French, gent., to (2) Alice Rodd
Dwelling-house, grist mill and underleat meadow, part of tenement late in occ. of Jn. Jell, part of manor of Polefant
15 Dec. 1741.

[no title]  RD/500/1,2  1760

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; dau. Eliz; s. Wm.); rent £1-1-0 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £70; lessee to put premises in good repair
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Hen. Dennis of Lewannick, yeo.
Water grist mills called Pollafant or Hicks' mill in Lewannick, in occ. of lessee
2 Aug. 1760.

[no title]  RD/501  1780

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: 30 gns
(1) Hen. Dennis of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Wm. Wickett of Werrington, yeo.
Water grist mills in Lewannick called Polifant or Hicks' mills
25 Mar. 1780.

[no title]  RD/502  1782

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £5
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Warring of Altarnun, yeo.
Underleat meadow, North Park meadows and moiety of North Park, part of manor of Pollyfont in Lewannick, late in occ. of Thos. Sargent
Good husbandry clauses
1782 (day and month not given).

[no title]  RD/503  1790

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Hester; Wn., s. of Jn. Jory); rent £1-1-0
Consideration: dwelling-house, mill house and mill are greatly out of repair; lessee to take down and rebuild at own expense; dwelling-house to be 30' x 17' and 13' high from door sill to height of wall to take the principals; mill house to be 24' x 17' x 10' high from level of door sill to height of wall; to be built on good firm foundation, walls of stone laid in lime and earth or lime and sand mortar, 45 bushels of lime to be used; freestone arches over doors and lower windows on outside, and oak heart lintels over doors and windows at least 7" deep; beams of dwelling-house to be of good oak at least 7" deep, 4" wide and 2½' apart; roofs of oak covered with Delabole slate. Ground Floor of dwelling-house to be of good lime ash or strong stone flooring; chamber floor above of deal, ash or sycamore, walls painted with lime and sand; doors of oak, Lessee also to build at own expense one or more new grist mills consisting of launders, water-wheels, bins, hoops, mill-stones, nog-wheels, spur wheels or trundle wheels, mill bed, beams, twists, bolsters, engines, shiftings, serges, hutches and other fixtures, using material from present dwelling-house and mill, and mill-wheels and stones
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Jory of St. Kew, miller
Pollafant or Hicks' mill in Lewannick, with grinding of corn and grain, late in occ. of Wm. Wickett
24 June 1790.

[no title]  RD/504/1,2  1799

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Hester; s. Jn.); rent £2-12-6 (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Jory late of St. Kew and now of Lewannick, miller
Meadow called Underleat meadow
Good husbandry clauses
2 July 1799.

[no title]  RD/505/1,2  1853

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £3 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £150
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Clement Ruding of Old Broad Street, London, esq., Joseph Cary of Moorgate, London, esq., and Rob. Jn. Bisdee of Barge Yard Chambers, London, esq., coadventurers
Lessees hold by lease a mine in South Petherwin called The Inney Consols (sett granted 1852 by Edw. Archer of Trelaske)
Lessees wish to divert water from river Inney to work a wheel necessary for production of mine
Liberty to make a watercourse from river Inney through and over fields in Lewannick and Trewen, part of Hicks' Mill tenement
Plan on dorse showing main road, pond and lime quarry
May 1853 (day not given).

Lamalla  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/506  1615/16

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent 8/-; consideration: 20 marks
(1) Chris. Nanscawen of Lewannick, gent., and s. Hen. N., to (2) Leonard Fyllis of Lewannick, weaver
Tenement in Lamalla in occ. of Thos. Slepe and Leonard Fyllis and w. Jane
6 Jan. 1615/16.

[no title]  RD/507  1675

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's dau. Susanna N.; Stephen, s. of Wm. Skelly, blacksmith, and Wm., s. of Jn. Sleep of Lewannick, husbandman); rent 10/-
Consideration: £125
(1) Francis Luttrell of Grays Inn, Mddx., esq., to
(2) Susanna Nanscawen of Lewannick, wid.
Messuage or tenement called Lennall or Lanell late in occ. of Rob. Sleep, decd.
1 Apr. 1675.

[no title]  RD/508  1703

Contents:
100 yr lease; consideration: £120 by (3) to (1)
(1) Jn. Wadge of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Jn. Tresayes sen. of Roche, yeo; (3) Jn. Tresayes jun. of Lewannick, yeo.
(1) to (2) in trust for (2):
Tenement called Lamall or Lamalla or Tremall or Tremalla (22 acres) late in occ. of Susanna Nanscawen, now of Jn. Wadge
25 Mar. 1703.

[no title]  RD/509  1758

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; dau. Joan; Rich., s. of Rich. Wills of Lewannick, tailor); rent £1-2-0
Consideration: £189 and 1 guinea of gold
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Harvey of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuage, lands and tenements called Lamalla, with moiety of Penyne in Lewannick, and common of pasture for 20 sheep and 4 bullocks on Tolcarne moor, premises being part of manor of Tolcarne
24 June 1758.

[no title]  RD/510  1777

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £36
(1) Swete Nicholas Archer of Trelaske, esq., to (2) Rich. Dawe of Lewannick, yeo.
Tresays' and Wadge's tenements in village of Lamall, in occ. of lessee
Good husbandry clauses
1 Jan. 1777.

[no title]  RD/511  1804

Contents:
8 yr lease; rents £70 for (a); £42 for (b)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Nanscawen Dawe and Isaac Dawe both of Lewannick, yeos.
(1) Wadge's and Treseize's tenements in Lemall and Lucas' tenement in Trevadlock
(b) tenement called Lamalla and tenement called Penince, all in Lewannick
Good husbandry clauses
22 Aug. 1804.

[no title]  RD/512  1871

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £250
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Olver Lucas of Pillaton, yeo.
Messuages or tenements called Lemalla, East Trevadlock and Coquarnel, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor
Good husbandry clauses
Schedule of fields at end of lease
31 May 1871.

Lewannick Down  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/513  1839

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jas. Spry Fuge of Lewannick, labourer; Sam. Fuge, jun., s. of lessee; Cath. Fuge, dau. of Jas. Spry Fuge); rent 10/-
Consideration: lessee within 12 months at own cost to build a good substantial and comfortable dwelling-house of stone and mortar and good durable materials
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Sam. Fuge of Lewannick, yeo.
Piece of ground on n.w. corner of Lewannick down bounded on n. with road leading to lewannick, on s. with Edw. Rodd's land, on e. with road leading to Callington, on w. with road leading to Trevadlock
24 June 1839.

Trenhorn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/514  1708

Contents:
60 yr lease for herbage, pasture and tillage; rent £5
(1) Rich. Luskey of Northill, tanner, to (2) Chris. Geest of Lewannick, yeo.
1/3 part of messuage and tenement in Trenhorn (leased 1672 by Thos. Waddon late of Tonicombe, esq., to (1))
26 Mar. 1708.

Trevadlock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/515  1669

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Jas. and Wilmot); rent 26/8
Consideration: £108
(1) Hen. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Thos. Warne of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in East Trevadlock late in occ. of Eliz. Garth, wid., with half a journey yearly to cut turf in Treveniel moor
29 Oct. 1669.

[no title]  RD/516  1790

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £23
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Venning of Lewannick, yeo.
Tenement called East Trevadlock
Good husbandry clauses
10 May 1790.

[no title]  RD/517  1799

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £75
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Vosper and Thos. Vosper jun. both of Lewannick, yeos.
Tenement called East Trevadlock, also Coquarnel, late in occ. of Rich. Venning
Good husbandry clauses
2 July 1799.

[no title]  RD/518  1691/92

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Walter and Thos.); rent 8/4
Consideration: £38
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Wm. Hurden of Northill, yeo.
House in Trevadlock called a barn, with 3 closes of land called Verland Marsh, Long Bingaes and Bingaes meadow and 12 staves of land on n. side of Chapel Hey lately enclosed by Jn. Barriball
28 Jan. 1691/92.

[no title]  RD/519  1707

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessees, and Eliz. Coga of Lewannick, spr); rent £14
Consideration: £100 and half a guinea of gold
(1) Renatus Bellot of Bochym, esq., to (2) Sam. Lucas of Lewannick, bachelor, and Eliz. Lucas of Lewannick, spr.
House in Trevadlock called Barne, with 3 closes called Verland Marsh, the Long Bingeas and Bingeas meadow, and 12 staves of land on n. side of Chapel Hay lately enclosed by Jn. Barriball
29 Aug. 1707.

[no title]  RD/520  1726

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; bro. Rich. J.; s. of Rich. Borrow of Northill, butcher); rent 8/4
Consideration: £70 and 2 broadpieces of gold
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, dau. of Edm. Spoure, decd., to (2) Nich. John of Northill, blacksmith
Property as above
27 Dec. 1726.

[no title]  RD/521  1689

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and children Hen. and Mary); rent 40/-
Consideration: £121
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Hen. Mildron of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Brendon in Trevadlock late in occ. of Mary Edith, with common of pasture in Treveniel moor
26 Sep. 1689.

[no title]  RD/522  1702

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Rob.; Rob., s. of Rich. Rawling of Northill); rent 40/-
Consideration: £120
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., and w. Mary, to
(2) Edw. Colling of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Brendon in Trevadlock late in occ. of Hen. Mildern, decd., with "reasonable and convenient" common of pasture on Treveniel moor
10 May 1702.

[no title]  RD/523  1676

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; dau. Mary); rent 10/-
Consideration: £50
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Jn. Stanbury of Lewannick, husbandman
Property in Trevadlock late in occ. of Thos. Bennett, decd., being moiety of Trevadlock, with the two higher houses or rooms and higher part of herb gdn, Higher Down, New Sladd, Waterball hill with moor under, and common of pasture on Treveniel moor
2 Oct. 1676.

[no title]  RD/524/1,2  1716/17

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Jn., Hannah and Mary); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £58
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. of Bochym, decd., and Jn. Worth of Penryn, esq., to (2) Mary Stanbury of Lewannick, wid.
Houses, rooms and parcels of land being moiety of Trevadlock late in occ. of Thos. Bennett (as above)
22 Jan. 1716/17.

[no title]  RD/525/1,2  1726

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Hannah; dau. Mary); rent 10/-
Consideration: £34 and surrender of lease
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Edm. Bennett jun. s. of Edm. B. sen. of Lewannick, husbandman
House or room, gdn, closes and parcels of land, part of Trevadlock late in occ. of Thos. Bennett, decd., being the house commonly called the lower room, the lower part of the herb gdn, close called Lower Down, Little Park, Old Sladd, and Tor Park, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor
2 Oct. 1676.
Also agreement by Wm. Bant to take lease of premises

[no title]  RD/526/1-3  1726

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; bro. Hen.; Eliz., dau. of Chris. Bant of Treneglos, husbandman); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £45
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, dau. of Edm. Spoure late of Trebartha, esq., decd., to (2) Wm. Bant of Lezant, husbandman
House or room, gdn and closes of land in Trevadlock called the Lower Room, lower part of herb gdn, Lower Downhead close, Little Park, Old Sladd, Tor park, and common of pasture on Treveniel moor
27 Dec. 1726.
Also memo. of exchange of a life on lease

[no title]  RD/527  1764

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Eliz. Smith; Thos. Bant; Rob., s. of Sam. Peters of Lewannick); rent 10/-
Consideration: surrender of lease and £32
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Bant of Lewannick, yeo.
Property as above
9 June 1764.

[no title]  RD/528  1691/92

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's dau. Damarask); rent 5/-
Consideration: £8
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Wm. Hurdon of Northill, yeo.
Dwelling-house in village of Trevadlock where Francis Dyar formerly lived, with 2 closes called Higher and Lower Souther lands, and close called Chapel Hay (except 12 staves out of Chapel Hay leased to Jn. Barriball), all premises being lately in common among lands of Jn. Nanscawen, gent., and lately divided from his lands with consent of Rich. Spoure, esq., decd., great-grandfather of (1)
28 Jan. 1691/92.

[no title]  RD/529  1732

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Susanna; s. Wm.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £54 and a broadpiece of gold
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Wm. Jenkyn of Lewannick, yeo.
Dwelling-house in village of Trevadlock where Francis Dyar formerly lived, with fields (as above), with common of pasture for 20 sheep and 5 bullocks on Treveniel moor, and ½ journey of turf yearly
9 Nov. 1732.

[no title]  RD/530  1787

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Dawe of Lewannick, yeo.
Tenement called Evens' in Trevadlock village
Good husbandry clauses
3 Dec. 1787.

[no title]  RD/531  1801

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £10
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Dawe of Lewannick, yeo.
Evens' tenement in village of Trevadlock
Good husbandry clauses
17 Aug. 1801.

[no title]  RD/532  1795

Contents:
11 yr lease; rent £9-9-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Tregear of Lewannick, house carpenter
Tenement called Hodge's tenement in village of Trevadlock
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1795.

[no title]  RD/533  1654

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Eliz.; s. Jn.); rent 13/4
Consideration: £90
(1) Hen. Spour of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Sleep of Lewannick, husbandman
Tenements in Trevadlock sometime the inheritance of Chris. Stile, decd., late in occ. of Thos. Crabb
8 Dec. 1654.

[no title]  RD/534  1708

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 13/4
Consideration: £31-1-6
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., to (2) Jn. Sleep jun. of Trevadlock, Lewannick, bachelor
Messuage, house, 2 orchards, gdn, mowhay and fields called Little Park, Middle Park, Bingeas, Homer West Works, Underhill and Souther Lane, all in Trevadlock, late in occ. of Mary Wadge, wid.
26 July 1708.

[no title]  RD/535  1728

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Edm. B. jun. and Wm. B., and Jn., s. of Jn. Stanbury of Lewannick, yeo., decd.); rent 13/4
Consideration: £80-1-0
(1) Mary Gryles of Trebartha, wid., dau. of Edm. Spour decd., to (2) Edm. Bennett of Lewannick, yeo.
Tenement in Trevadlock late in occ. of Jn. Sleep decd., lately called Sleep's tenement, with common of pasture for 6 bullocks or 3 horses or 24 sheep on Treveniel commons with ½ day's journey for turf yearly in the Vilvary, part of said common
12 June 1728.

[no title]  RD/536  1734

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Phil., s. of Hen. Laffer of Altarnun; Jane, dau. of Jn. Walter of Lewannick); rent 13/4
Consideration: £80-6-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Kelly of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuage, house, 2 orchards, gdn, mowhay and fields, being field adj. mowhay, Little Park, Middle Park, Bingeas, Homer West Works, Underhill, Higher Souther Lane, all in Trevadlock late in occ. of Mary Wadge, decd., with common of pasture in Treveniel moor and ½ days journey for turf yearly in Vilvary
25 Mar. 1734.

[no title]  RD/537  1771

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jn. Stanbury; Edm. Bennet, lessee; and Thos. Roose); rent 20/-
Consideration: £64
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Edm. Bennet of Altarnun, yeo.
Tenement in village of Trevadlock called Sleep's tenement now in occ. of lessee, consisting of 2 closes called Quarry Parks, Wastworks, South Lane close, South Lane meadow and Underhill meadow, meadow above the house, and common of pasture on Treveniel moor for 6 bullocks or 3 horses or 24 sheep, and ½ day journey to cut turf in Warder Marsh
25 Dec. 1771.

[no title]  RD/538  1792

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £12
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Tregear of Lewannick, house carpenter
Tenement called Sleep's in Trevadlock village late in occ. of Jn. Kelly, decd.
Good husbandry clauses
16 Apr. 1792.

[no title]  RD/539  1805

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £36
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Tregear of Lewannick, yeo.
Two tenements called Sleep's and Hodge's in village of Trevadlock
Good husbandry clauses
1 Oct. 1805.

[no title]  RD/540  1788

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £6-12-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Wadge of Lewannick, cooper
Moiety of tenement called Walter's near Trevadlock, being dwelling-house, outhouses, gdn, orchard, and 2 meadows
Good husbandry clauses
31 Jan. 1788.

[no title]  RD/541  1801

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £9
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Wadge of Lewannick, cooper
Property as above
Good husbandry clauses
1 Oct. 1801.

[no title]  RD/542  1680

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Mary, dau. of Wm. Budge of Lewannick, yeo.); rent 6/8
Consideration: £50
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Thos. Werring of Lewannick, husbandman
Close of land called North Town (1 acre), Long Bynnoes, moiety of quarry park, and south part of court in Trevadlock, with houses lately built and enclosed there by Wm. Barriball, decd., all part of Trevadlock, and in occ. of Wm. Barriball's widow, Lore; with common of pasture for 20 sheep or 5 bullocks on Treveniel moor, with ½ day's journey for turf yearly
18 May 1680.

[no title]  RD/543  1691/92

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Wm. and Mary); rent 6/8
Consideration: £30
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Thos. Werren of Lewannick, husbandman
Close called North Town, Long Bynnoes, moiety of Quarry Park, and s. part of court in Trevadlock, being 1/3 part, with houses and gdn there lately built and enclosed by Wm. Barriball, decd., all part of Trevadlock, with common of pasture for 20 sheep or 5 bullocks on Treveniel moor and ½ day's journey for turf yearly
20 Jan. 1691/92.

[no title]  RD/544  1758

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and sons Rich. and Walter); rent 5/-
Consideration: £70 and a broadpiece of gold value a guinea
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Wills of Lewannick, tailor
Houses, closes and parcels of land, being the hall and little chamber above; entry beneath the hall; one stall, linney and barn adj. mowhay, orchard and arbor, and 2 parts of the court on the south side of the house, and 2 closes of land called the South Lanes, one close called Underhill and moiety of close called Norther town or Quarry park, all in Trevadlock, late in occ. of Jn. Walter, with common of pasture for 6 bullocks and ½ day's journey for turf on Treveniel moor
24 June 1758.

[no title]  RD/545  1771

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Sam., dau. Mary, and Jn., s. of Wm. Jenkin jun.); rent 13/4
Consideration: £10-10-0 and a broadpiece of gold value
£1-16-0 for Mrs. Jane Rodd
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Jenkin of Lewannick, yeo.
North town close and moiety of Quarry park, Long Bynnoes, a meadow, and houses and gdn built and enclosed by Wm. Barriball, decd., also s. part of court now divided, north part belonging to tenement in occ. of Rich. Wills, tailor, all in Trevadlock, with common of pasture for 20 sheep or 5 bullocks on Treveniel moor, and ½ day's journey for turf in Warder Marsh
27 Dec. 1771.

[no title]  RD/546  1812

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr lease; consideration: £100
(1) Rich. Taunton of Truro, doctor of physic, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above (leased 1771 by Francis Rodd to Wm. Jenkin)
31 Aug. 1812.

Trevage wood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/547  1706

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Jn., s. of Jn. Dingle of Hall, Linkinhorne; and Rich. Wadge jun. of Lewannick); rent 8/-
Consideration: 50/-
(1) Thos. Dodson of Hay, esq., to (2) Jn. Wadge of Lewannick, husbandman
Plot of ground or Woodland called Trevage wood (about 3 acres), now in occ. of lessee
6 Aug. 1706.

[no title]  RD/548  1723

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Eliz.; s. Rich.); rent 13/4
Consideration: £35
(1) Margt. Champernowne of Fowelscombe, Ugborough, Devon, wid., to (2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Trevage wood
10 Oct. 1723.

[no title]  RD/549  1734

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £10
(1) Jn. Wadge of Lewannick, husbandman, to (2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Plot of ground or woodland (about 3 acres) called Trevage wood, leased 1706 by Thos. Dodson to Jn. Wadge (as in RD/547 above)
18 Nov. 1734.

Upton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/550  1760

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £15-15-0
(1) Rich. Wadge of Lewannick, gent., to (2) Rich. Reed of Northill, yeo.
Fields part of Upton tenement, being two Wood parks, Horse park, Green, the Grattons, Five Acres, Waste Tenets, Middle Tenets, Home Tenets, and house or stall adj.
7 Mar. 1760.

[no title]  RD/551/1,2  1836

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Wm., Chris. and Mary); rent 2/6 (also counterpart)
Consideration: expense incurred by lessee in building a good and substantial dwelling-house
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Chris. Davey of Lewannick, labourer
Waste piece of land above Upton gate and adj. on one side a field called Higher North Park in occ. of Rich. Vosper; on the other side the road leading from the turnpike road to Trevage in Altarnun
24 Sep. 1836.

[no title]  RD/552  1840

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration £25
(1) Chris. Davey of Lewannick, labourer, to (2) Wm. Jasper of Altarnun, yeo.
Waste piece of land above Upton gate, leased 1836 by Edw. Rodd to Chris. Davey (as above)
Nov. 1840 (day not given).

[no title]  RD/553  1863

Contents:
Assignment and surrender of 99 yr lease; consideration: £37
(1) Peter Vosper of Upton, Lewannick, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above
14 May 1863.

Whitborrow down  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/554  1608/09

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and sons Jn. and Jas.); rent 4/-, but after Rich. Sleepe's death 8/-
Consideration: £5
(1) Rich. Conndye of Bodrigan, Gorran, gent., to (2)
Leonard Kelly of Lewannick, husbandman
Messuages lands and tenements called Whittborrowe Downe or Whipperdowne in Lewannick, moiety now in occ. of lessee, lease to commence now; other moiety in occ. of Rich. Sleepe, lease to commence after his death
20 Jan. 1608/09.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

Upton  RD/555  18 Jan. 1776

Contents:
Conditions of survey for 14 yr lease of Upton and Wadge's Hill in Lewannick and Earl's Ground and Trevage Parks in Altarnun, the property of Francis Rodd, esq.

Trusteeships  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/556  1799

Contents:
Bond in £500
(1) Thos. Vosper jun. of Lewannick, yeo., to (2) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, and Wm. Wevill of Northill, yeo.
Marriage to be solemnised between (1) and Frances Bennett of Altarnun, spr.; £150 to be set aside in trust for Frances and family
8 July 1799.

[no title]  RD/557  1827

Contents:
Bond in £500
(1) Mary Davey of Lewannick, wid., to (2) Rich. Davey of Lewannick, yeo.
To abide by arbitration of Francis Hearle Rodd and Jn. King Lethbridge in dispute concerning estate of Mary's decd. husband Wm. D.
20 Sep. 1827.

Parish  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/558  17 Dec. 1709

Contents:
Licence granted to Rich. Wadge to erect pew in Lewannick church at higher end of north aisle

[no title]  RD/559  1723

Contents:
Licence granted by bishop of Exeter for seat in Lewannick parish church, to Chas. Wadge of Lewannick, owner and occupier of Coombshead tenement, for which he pays considerable church and poor rates, "and yet is destitute of a convenient seat in the said parish Church of Lawannick for himself and family ..."
Situation and dimensions of pew given
7 Apr. 1723.

Probate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/560  1720/21

Contents:
Copy will of Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
- £3 to poor of Lewannick and to poor of Altarnun
- to s. Chas., fee simple of Bovetown tenement in Lewannick, and of Coombshead tenement, also Lewannick; also right in a mortgage in Coombshead; £30 bond; Chas. to pay testator's s. Truscott Wadge £80 at 21, and same to Jn. Wadge at 21, and to Josiah Wadge at 21
- to s. Truscott, fee simple in Gales in Trewint Magna in Altarnun, at 21; also £20
- to s. Jn. W., fee simple in Trewint Park in Little Trewint, Altarnun, at 21; also right in Trevage house tenement in Altarnun
- to s. Josiah at 21, fee simple in Harfoots Park in Little Trewint in Altarnun; also interest in Earl's tenement in Trevage in Altarnun; also £60
- to dau. Mary £250
- to dau. Eliz. £200 at 21
- to dau. Honor £200 at 21
- to dau. Thomasin £200 at 21
- to sons Truscott, Jn. and Josiah, yearly sum of £8 until 21 for maintenance and education, money to come from Gales tenement, Trewint Park and Harfoots Park
- to daus. Mary, Eliz. and Honor £6 yearly for maintenance and education and £7 to Thomasin, until 21
- to sister Eliz. Couch a guinea of gold, and 20/- to niece Jane C.
- to w. Mary, 2 featherbeds, 2 brass crocks, 3 brass pans, 6 pewter dishes, 12 pewter relates, 2 riding nags, 2 cows, 2 oxen, 2 yokeing bullocks, 5 young bullocks, 20 sheep, 6 silver spoons, all her gold rings; all ploughstuff, butts, wain and wheels, and all utensils of husbandry, with corn in the ground and mowhay
- residue to s. Peter W. (exor.)
- overseers of will to be w. Mary, and friends Roger Edgcumbe of Laneast, gent., Stephen Steer of Lewannick, yeo., and Thos. Hender of Altarnun, yeo.
Made Feb. 1720/21

[no title]  RD/561  1790

Conditions of access: Unfit for Production

Contents:
Will of Phil. Wadge of Lewannick, yeo.
- money bequests
- to w. Eliz., annuity of £3 out of Trevell or Higher Trevell in Lewannick; premises to his sons
Made 1790.

[no title]  RD/562/1,2  1814

Contents:
Will and probate of Jn. Downing of Lewannick, labourer
- money bequests to family
- remainder of goods and estate in trust to Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Jn. Probert of Northill, maltster
Made and proved 1814.
Attached: charges of proving will
Also legacy receipts.

[no title]  RD/563  1846

Contents:
Copy will of Sam. Peter of Lewannick, gent.
- to s. Sam. £100
- to s. Thos. £300
- to s. Jn., £230
- to dau. Eliz. Ann, w. of Wm. Hender, £108 in addition to her marriage settlement
- all legacies to be paid out of Botathan barton in South Petherwin, which he bequeaths to s. Arthur P. of Hollyvag in Lewannick, yeo.
- to s. Rich., share in Bowden in Lewannick, part of manor of Pollyfont
- to w., household goods for her life, then to s. Rich.
- residue to be divided equally between family
Made 1846, proved 1847.

[no title]  RD/564  1815

Contents:
Medical and funeral bills of Eliz. Dawe, decd.

LINKINHORNE  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Clampit  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/565/1,2  1786

Contents:
Mortgage for £350 (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Budge of Linkinhorne, yeo., to (2) Jn. Terrell jun. of Halton Quay, St. Dominic, gent.
Tenement called Home Tenement in Clampit; also 2 fields called Clampit Parks
13/14 Feb. 1786.

[no title]  RD/566  1792

Contents:
Further mortgage for £175
Parties and property as above
31 Oct. 1792.

[no title]  RD/567/1,2  1796

Contents:
Mortgage for £400 (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Russell of Dartmouth, Devon, clerk, and w. Honor, only sister and heir of Jn. Terrell jun. late of Halton Quay, decd; (2) Jn. Terrell of Calstock, gent., exor. of will of Jn. T. jun., decd; (3) Jn. Budge of Linkinhorne, yeo., to (4) Sam. Benny of Callington, surgeon.
Home tenement and Clampit Parks
28/29 Sep. 1796.

[no title]  RD/568/1,2  1736

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine (lease and release) consideration £140
(1) Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, esq., and w. Mary, Jn. Lawrence of St. Columb, surgeon, and w. Gertrude, and Jn. Hamley of Treblethick, gent., and w. Eliz., to (2) Christian Budge of Linkinhorne, spr.
3 fields called West Towns alias Portfords (9½ acres) and Quarry Park (1½ acres), with little meadow now forming part thereof but formerly divided by a hedge lately pulled down, in Clampit and East Clampit, part of tenement late in occ. of Temperance Lakes
19/20 Dec. 1736.
Endorsed: "NB. This Christian Budge afterwards Marrd Thomas Sleep".

[no title]  RD/569  1737

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, esq., and w. Mary, and Jn. Lawrence of St. Columb, surgeon, and w. Gertrude, Jn. Hamley of Treblethick, gent., and w. Eliz; (2) Rich. Vyvyan of Madford, esq; (3) Christian Budge of Linkinhorne, spr.
Property as above
20 Apr. 1737.

[no title]  RD/570  1737

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Edm. Prideaux of Padstow, esq., to (2) Christian Budge of Linkinhorne, spr.
Fields called West Towns or Portfords, Quarry Park and meadow (as above)
5 Aug. 1737.

[no title]  RD/571  1786

Contents:
Mortgage for £150 (1000 yr lease)
(1) Jn. Caunter of Southill, yeo., and w. Mary, to (2) Jn. Gartrell of Callington, yeo.
Property as above
27 Apr. 1786.

[no title]  RD/572  1798

Contents:
Copy final concord
(1) Jn. Gawler, gent., querant; Jn. Pearn and w. Christian and Chas. Lark and w. Mary, deforciants
Property in Linkinhorne, Southill and Callington
Easter term 1798.

[no title]  RD/573/1,2  1798

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £186-17-8¼
(1) Jn. Gartrell of Lezant, yeo., s. of Jn. G. of Callington, yeo., decd; (2) Jn. Pearn of Linkinhorne, yeo., and w. Christian, and Chas. Lark of Linkinhorne, yeo., and w. Mary (Christian and Mary being only daus and heirs of Mary Caunter, decd., wid. of Jn. C. of Southill, blacksmith, and dau. of Christian Sleep formerly Christian Budge); (3) Jn. Gawler of St. Clement Danes, Mddx., gent., to (4) Jn. Budge of Clampits, Linkinhorne, yeo.
West Towns or Portfords, Quarry Park and meadow (as above) in Clampit
26/27 Sep. 1798.

[no title]  RD/574  1733

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration £250
(1) Jeffery King Dingle of Bigbury, Devon, gent., to (2) Eliz. Sheere Linkinhorne, spr.
Houses in Clampit or East Clampit late in occ. of Wm. Sheere, great-grandfather of lessee, with fields (named) and commons in townplace and moor
21 Apr. 1733.

[no title]  RD/575  1752

Contents:
Will and probate of Jn. Budge of Linkinhorne, yeo.
- to w. Eliz. and to Jn. Trehane sen. and his. s. Jn. T. jun., carpenter, fields called Ashwell Parks part of Trefrys barton; 3 fields in Northcombe, 3 fields called Haydon, all in Linkinhorne, to hold for remainder of terms
- w. Eliz. to have all household goods, also 2 fields called Clampit Parks in Linkinhorne
- Jn. Trehane sen. and s. Jn. T. jun. to hold property in Linkinhorne in trust for testator's nephew Jn.
Made 1752, proved 1760.

[no title]  RD/576/1,2  1761-1808

Contents:
2 copies of will of Eliz. Budge of Linkinhorne, wid.
- money bequests
- Haydon's fields in Linkinhorne to nephew Thos. Broomill (held by custom of Duchy manor of Rillaton)
- Digory Bate to have North Coombe in Linkinhorne
- to niece Mary Lee, East Clampit tenement in Linkinhorne
- to Thos. Sargent, 2/3 parts of Ashwell being part of Trefrys barton, in trust for Degory Bate
Made 1761 proved 1761.
Copy made 1808.

[no title]  RD/577/1-3  1808

Contents:
Mortgage for £1150 (lease and release; also counterpart lease)
(1) Jn. Budge of Trewithey, Northill, yeo; (2) Edw. Bate of Linkinhorne, yeo; (3) Joseph Bawden of Stokeclimsland, yeo; (4) Joseph Pomery of Bodmin, clerk; (5) Phil. Tingcombe Pomery of Lostwithiel, gent.
(1) to (4):
2 fields or closes of land called Ashwell or Ashwell Parks part of Trefrys barton in Linkinhorne; also tenement called East Clampit in occ. of Edw. Bate
23/24 June 1808.

[no title]  RD/578/1,2  1810

Contents:
Mortgage for £1257 (lease and release)
(1) Edw. Bate of Linkinhorne, yeo; (2) Joseph Pomery of Bodmin, clerk; (3) Jas. Fairbank of Southampton Buildings, Mddx., gent.; (4) Jas. Jenkin of Redruth, gent; (5) Phil. Tingcombe Pomery of Lostwithiel, gent; (6) Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, St. Austell, esq., trustee on behalf of (4)
(1) and (2) to (4):
Ashwell Parks and East Clampit (as above)
3/4 May 1810.

[no title]  RD/579  1810

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Jas. Jenkin, gent., demandant; Jas. Fairbank, gent., tenant; Edw. Bate, vouchee
Ashwell Parks and East Clampit (as above)
Easter term 1810.

Coombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/580  1761

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £108
(1) Degory Bate jun. of Linkinhorne, yeo., and Mary Lee of Linkinhorne, wid., exors. of will of Eliz. Budge of Linkinhorne, wid., decd., extrix. of will of Jn. Budge of Clampit, Linkinhorne, yeo., decd., to (2) Jn. Barret of Northill, miller
3 fields called Long Park, Middle Park and Boveway in Coombe late in occ. of Jn. Westlake, Thos. Dawe and Jn. Jackman as tenants of Jn. Budge whose father purchased property
23/24 Oct. 1761.

[no title]  RD/581/1,2  1826

Contents:
Mortgage for £225 (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Barrett of Northill, yeo., to (2) Jas. Carpenter of Liskeard, gent.
Property as above.
28/29 July 1826.

[no title]  RD/582/1,2  1828

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £225 by (3) to (2); £176 by (3) to (1)
(1) Wm. Barrett of Northill, yeo; (2) Jas. Carpenter of Liskeard, gent., his mortgages; (3) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (4) Jn. King Lethbridge of Tregear, gent.
3 fields called Long Park, Middle Park and Boveway, part of Coombe, late in occ. of Jn. Westlake, Thos. Dawe and Jn. Jackman (purchased by (1)'s father from Degory Bate)
13/14 Oct. 1828.

[no title]  RD/583  1828

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine
(1) Wm. Barrett of Northill, yeo., and w. Eliz., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Property as above
13 Dec. 1828.

[no title]  RD/584/1,2  1828

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Francis Hearle Rodd, querant; Wm. Barret and w. Eliz., deforciants
Property as above
Trinity term 1828.

[no title]  RD/585  1828

Contents:
Agreement to sell; consideration: £400
(1) Wm. Barrett of Northill, yeo., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Overland tenement in Linkinhorne
26 July 1828.

Great Lanhargy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/586/1,2  1808

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £2409-7-0
(1) Chas. Rashleigh of Duporth, St. Austell, esq., to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuage, tenement and farm called Great Lanhargy in occ. of Grace Peake, wid., leased to her by Humphry Lawrence
21/22 Sep. 1808.

East Lanhargy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/587/1,2  1730

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £161-1-0
(1) Nich. Coul of Linkinhorne, yeo., to (2) Chas. Piercey of Stokeclimsland, yeo.
¼ part of tenement in East Lanhergy or East Lanhergeth
15/16 June 1730.

[no title]  RD/588  1764

Contents:
Office copy of will of Chas. Piercy sen. of Stokeclimsland, yeo.
- to s. Chas. P., estates of Duchy land in Stokeclimsland called Kingston (purchased from Sampson and Edm. Leach)
- to dau. Elioner £100
- to Eliz. Lusky Piercy £50 at 21
- to s. Rob. P. all estates in Trebarly in Lezant called Collings'; also Landhargy in Linkinhorne
- to w. Pascoe, best bed, a brass crock, 2 pewter dishes, 6 pewter plates, a tea kettle, a bell-metal skillet and 2 hogsheads
- to Rob. Crabb of Linkinhorne, 2 notes of hand against him
- to s. Chas., all lands in Trecombe, Stokeclimsland
- residue to s. Rob. P. (exor.)
made 1764, proved 1765.

[no title]  RD/589  1767

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease for a yr missing)
(1) Rob. Piercy of Stokeclimsland, yeo; (2) Eleanor Piercy of Stokeclimsland, spr; (3) Wm. Bant of Stokeclimsland, yeo., on marriage between (2) and (3)
¼ part of tenement in East Lanhergy
29 Jan. 1767.

[no title]  RD/590/1,2  1808

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £475
(1) Wm. Bant of Lezant, yeo; to (2) Gregory Soper of Stokeclimsland, carpenter, and (3) Wm. Soper of Stokeclimsland, his trustee
East Lanhargy or East Lanhargeth, and 1/12 part of tenements in Mollett Down, Notwell and Carpell Stone in Stokeclimsland and Linkinhorne, late the property of Jn. Grills, then Francis Bartlett, then Chas. Piercy
24/25 Mar. 1808.

[no title]  RD/591  1730-1808

Contents:
Abstract of title of Wm. Bant to East Lanhargy in Linkinhorne, for consideration by counsel; Mr. Bant having contracted for sale of premises to Mr. Soper, and being doubtful about title
1730-1808.

[no title]  RD/592/1-3  1816

Contents:
Mortgage for £300 (lease and release)
(1) Gregory Soper of Stokeclimsland, carpenter, and (2) Wm. Soper of Stokeclimsland, yeo., to (3) Geo. Fitze of Southill, yeo.
East Lanhargy
2/3 Feb. 1816.
Also bond to secure payment.

[no title]  RD/593/1,2  1825

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £370
(1) Geo. Fitze of Southill, yeo., and Gregory Soper of Stokeclimsland, carpenter, to (2) Wm. Moone of Callington, gent.
East Lanhargy
19/20 Dec. 1825.

[no title]  RD/594/1-7  1808-1831

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £525
(1) Wm. Moone of Callington, gent., and (2) Gregory Soper of Stokeclimsland, yeo., (3) Wm. Harvey of Stokeclimsland, yeo., s. of Wm. H. yeo; (4) Jas. Sambles of Linkinhorne, yeo., and w. Grace, to (5) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and (6) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
Tenement in East Lanhargy, and 1/12 part of Mollett Downs, Cholwell and Curpell Stone in Stokeclimsland and Linkinhorne
13/14 Mar. 1831.
Endorsed: receipt of consideration money
Also: agreement for sale and purchase, Nov. 1830
deposition concerning title, Mar. 1831
bill of costs, 1808
memo. concerning mortgage, 1831
Mr. Soper's account for mortgage money, 1827-1829.

[no title]  RD/595/1,2  1739-1831

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to East Lanhargy

Pengelly  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/596/1,2  1755

Contents:
Mortgage for £320 (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Foote of Treven, Southill, gent., to (2) Agnes Saltren of Southill, spr.
Messuages, lands and tenements called East Pengelly and Burndowns in Linkinhorne, in occ. of Jn. Chubb; also 2 closes of land called East Park and Trevenhill in Mornick, Southill; also a barn in Mornick with lower end of orchard and a little herb gdn between orchard and a little meadow, also the little meadow, now in occ. of Dorcas Olver, wid.; also 5 fields at Mornick in occ. of Jn. Hony, with part of common of Golberdon and Redmoor, and free fishing in river Linner within the precincts of the manor of Caliland
4/5 Aug. 1755.

[no title]  RD/597  1759-1800

Contents:
Abstract of title to Parsons' Pengelly

[no title]  RD/598/1,2  1814

Contents:
Lease and release by way of exchange
(1) Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gents.; (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Mary Ann; to (3) Jn. Foott of Linkinhorne, gent.
(1) and (2) to (3):
Fields called Forty Acres and Little Meadow, part of Pengelly, in exchange for field called North Park in Linkinhorne
1/2 Aug. 1814.

[no title]  RD/599/1,2  1814

Contents:
Lease and release by way of exchange, to uses of marriage settlement of (2); consideration: £54 to (1) by (2)
(1) Jn. Foott of Linkinhorne, gent; (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and w. Mary Ann; (3) Chas. Rashleigh and Edw. Coode of St. Austell, gents.
(1) and (2) to (3):
North Parks in Linkinhorne in exchange for fields, part of Pengelly
1/2 Aug. 1814.

[no title]  RD/600  1839

Contents:
Certificate of deed by married woman
Cath., w. of Nich. Foott
Deed of 1839 between Nich. and Cath. Foott and Edw. Rodd and Chas. Gurney
13 Feb. 1839.

[no title]  RD/601  1840

Contents:
Release of judgement
(1) Rob. Bayly of Inner Temple, London, esq; (2) Geo. Browne of Bridgwater, Somerset, esq., to (3) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall
Judgement in Queen's Bench in 1837 against Nich. Foott of Rillaton, in action of debt for £3000 at suit of (1); concerning Pengelly
2 June 1840.

[no title]  RD/602  1841

Contents:
Declaration of Rob. Coad of Liskeard, land surveyor, and Wm. Nattle of Cadson Bury, St. Ive, gent., concerning marriage between Nich. Foott and Cath. Nattle, sister of Wm. N., and title of Nich. Foott to Pengelly in Linkinhorne
15 Mar. 1841.

Manors of Rillaton Pengelly and Tremollet.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/603  1634

Contents:
Agreement to convey; consideration: £450
(1) Joseph Hunkyn, gent., and Walter Nichell, to (2) Chris. Ough, gent., on behalf of Jonathan Rashleigh, esq.
Manor of Tremolleth in Linkinhorne and Northill "in all as full and ample manner as they had the same lately from the King's majesty"
12 Nov. 1634.

[no title]  RD/604  1635

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £650
(1) Rob. Doyley sen. of Lincoln's Inn, Mddx., esq., to
(2) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq.
Manor of Rillaton Pengelly, sometime the inheritance of Leonard Loveys, esq., consisting of Pengelly, Coombe, Black Coombe, Wistaland and Rilla Mill in Linkinhorne
20 Nov. 1635.

[no title]  RD/605/1,2  1635

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Jonathan Rashleigh, esq., querant; Rob. Doyley, sen., esq., and w. Bridget, deforciants
Manor of Rillaton Pengelly
Hilary term 1635.

[no title]  RD/606  1741

Contents:
Release (1 yr lease missing); consideration: £244
(1) Chas. Vyvyan of Tresungar, esq., and w. Mary; (2) Jn. Lawrence of St. Columb, surgeon, and w. Gertrude; (3) Jn. Hamley of Treblethick, gent., and w. Eliz. (Mary, Gertrude and Eliz. being sisters and heirs of Rich. Bond late of Hallwood, esq.); to (4) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq.
Messuage and tenement called Fursdon in Southill with common of pasture and turbary on Golberdon and Redland moor; also houses formerly called the hall house, the parlour and chamber over, the house called the little buttery, the chamber over, the entry, the barn, mowhay adj. barn, moiety of a house or old walls called the bakehouse; orchard and little plot of land being sometime used for a garden, all part of Clampit in Linkinhorne now in occ. of Wm. Sheere; also 2 closes called Higher and Lower Bolsterland, with common of pasture in Clampit or East Clampit
17 Aug. 1741.

[no title]  RD/607  1742

Contents:
Final concord
Jonathan Rashleigh, esq., querant; Chas. Vyvyan and w. Mary, Jn. Lawrence, gent. and w. Gertrude, and Jn. Hamley, gent., and w. Eliz., deforciants
Manor of Appledonford or Appledornford, with common of pasture, in Golberdon, Redland moor, Bolsterland, Clampit, Fursdon, Penquite and Ixworthy or Ixwell in St. Ive, Linkinhorne and Southill
Hilary term 1742.

[no title]  RD/608/1,2  1783

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £2887-10-0
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Manors of Rillaton Pengelly and Tremollet, with tenements of East and West Tremollet, Pengelly, North Down, Coombe, Black Coombe, Lake, Wistaland, Clampit and Fursdon in Linkinhorne, Northill and Southill
24/25 Dec. 1783.

Manor of Treffries  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/609/1,2  1774

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £24-7-6
(1) Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren to (2) Nich. Foott of Northill, gent.
(1)'s part of high and chief rents payable out of his part of the manor or lordship of Treffries in Linkinhorne
30/31 Dec. 1774

[no title]  RD/610  1822

Contents:
Grant of royalties and rents; consideration: £40
(1) Jn. Foott of Linkinhorne, gent., to (2) Nich. Foott of Linkinhorne, gent; (3) Edw. Geach of Liskeard, gent.
Royalties and 1/3 part of high and chief rents of manor or lordship of Treffries
10 Aug. 1822.

[no title]  RD/611/1-2  1839

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £4100
(1) Nich. Foott of Rillaton, Linkinhorne, gent., and w. Cath., to (2) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall; (3) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
Manor of Treffries
Plan on dorse
11/12 Feb. 1839.

Uphill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/612  1707

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 yr term; consideration: £45
(1) Wm. Harvey of Linkinhorne, yeo., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Northill, tanner
Close of land called East town now divided into 2 parcels; moiety of barn there, being at Uphill; also yearly rent of 1/3 part of a penny out of Bovetown close in Uphill (premises leased for 1000 yrs by Jn. Kneebone to Thos. Davy, 1590)
11 Nov 1707.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Botturnel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/613  1789

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £15
(1) Joan Lower of Northill, wid., to (2) Phil. Buckingham of Northill, yeo.
Botturnel tenement, part of Duchy manor of Carnedon Prior
Good husbandry clauses
26 June 1789.

Broadwillake or lake  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/614/1,2  1687

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Joan, dau. of Rich. Bryant of Menheniot, yeo., his intended wife); rent 2/8 (also counterpart)
Consideration: surrender of former lease and £3
(1) Jn. Vincent of Battens, Northill, gent., to (2) Nich. Symons of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Part of Talake or Broadwellack, being houses, buildings, tofts, meadows, gdns and closes of land: the old entry, the old hall and chamber over; new barn adj. the bakehouse, the old-barn, half the bakehouse, lower orchard, the north arbour, eastern half of mowhay, half the townplace, all late in occ. of Jn. Budge
12 Apr. 1687

[no title]  RD/615  1699

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Jn. and Rob.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £8 and 2 pieces of gold "called Ginneys"
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Nich. Symons of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Moiety of 3 closes of land and orchard in Lake or Broadwillake now divided into 4 closes called Broad Close, Middle Park, Meadow Close and Bovetown, in occ. of lessee
21 Dec. 1699

[no title]  RD/616  1716

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Edw. and Grace, s. and dau. of Edw. Laundry, former lessee); rent 5/-
Consideration: £12
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Barriball of Northill, yeo.
Moiety of 3 closes of land and orchard in Lake (as above), late in occ. of Edw. Laundry
1 Nov. 1716.

Bray's shop  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/617  1796

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and children Mary-Ann and Jn.): rent 1d
Consideration: £22
(1) Cecilia Knill of Exwell, Linkinhorne, wid., to (2) Jn. Strike of Linkinhorne, mason
Dwelling-house and 2 little herb gdns adj., at Bray's shop
25 Mar. 1796.

Clampits  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/618  1747

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Philippa; s. Nich., and Edw., s. of Edw. Coombe of Northill, yeo.); rent 7/-
Consideration: £50
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Nich. Foot of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Houses, walls, orchard, gdn and closes of land in Clampit or East Clampit, part of tenement late in occ. of Temperance Lakes, being the parlour, the chamber over, the house called the little buttery, chamber over the same; the entry; barn and mowhay; moiety of house or old walls called the bakehouse; orchard and plot of land 18' x 12' used for a stable adj. w. end of barn; also 2 closes called Higher and Lower Bolster land, with common of pasture in East Clampit townplace
24 Dec. 1747.

[no title]  RD/619  1822

Contents:
14 yr lease; also agreement after 3 yrs to abide by valuation of independent land surveyor to establish fair rent
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Dan. Vosper of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Clampits tenement, late in occ. of Jn. Buckingham
1822 (day and month not given)

Coombe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/620  1685/86

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jn. Dawe jun. and Thos. Dawe, sons of Jn. D. of Dunterdon, Devon, yeo.); rent 16/-
Consideration: £130
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jane Bennicke of Linkinhorne, wid.
Messuage and tenement in North Coombe late in occ. of Jn. Bennicke, decd. husband of lessee, part of manor of Tremollet
20 Mar. 1685/86.

[no title]  RD/621  1714

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Thos., s. of Rich. Dawe of Northill; and Jeffery King Dingle, lessee's brother); rent 13/4
Consideration: £110
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Dingle of Linkinhorne, gent.
Coombe, part of manor of Rillaton Pengelly, late in occ. of Jn. Roberts, then of Hen. Jackman (his wife being wid. of Jn. Roberts jun.)
25 Dec. 1714.

[no title]  RD/622  1718/19

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Grace, dau. of Trestram Bowhay of Stokeclimsland; and Mary, dau. of Moses Barriball of Linkinhorne); rent 6/8
Consideration: £33
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Barriball of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Black Coombe late in occ. of Jn. Roberts, tailor (about 16 acres), part of manor of Rillaton Pengelly
1 Jan. 1718/19.

[no title]  RD/623  1748

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Eliz. Nicholls of Linkinhorne; Mary Wrayford Dawe, one of lessees; and her sister Honor Dawe); rent 16/-
Consideration: 36/- and £200 before next Feb.
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Eliz. Dawe of Linkinhorne, wid., and her dau. Mary Wrayford Dawe
Tenement in North Coombe late in occ. of Jn. Bennick, decd., part of manor of Tremollet
20 June 1748.

[no title]  RD/624  1771

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Jn; Edw; and Rich. Hawke Dingle); rent 13/4
Consideration: £205; lessee at own cost to build dwelling-house
(1) Phil, Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Dingle of Darley, Linkinhorne, gent.
Coombe or North Coombe in manor of Rillaton Pengelly late in occ. of Jn. Roberts
22 July 1771.

[no title]  RD/625/1,2  1775

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Jn. Pearce Stacey; and Jn., s. of Wm. and Honor Jenkin of Lewannick); rent 6/8 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £60
(1) Jn. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Peter Stacey of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Blackham late in occ. of Rich. Bennett
29 Sep. 1775.

[no title]  RD/626  1832

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's dau. Mary Kittow Vosper; Jn., s. of Jonathan Palmer of St. Germans, yeo., and Peter, s. of Rich. Vosper of Lewannick, yeo.); rent £5
Consideration: £165
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to
(2) Dan. Vosper of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Tenement called Black Coombe (16 acres) part of manor of Rillaton Pengelly
1 June 1832.

Great Lanhargy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/627  1801

Contents:
14 or 21 yr lease; rent £71-15-0
(1) Humphry Lawrence of Launceston, esq., Eliz. Kendall Pierce of Exeter, spr., Chas. Pierce of Exeter, merchant, Charlotte Pierce of Ipplepen, Devon, spr., Mary Pierce of Exeter, spr., and Sam. Pierce of Exeter, gent., to (2) Grace Peake of Great Lanhargy, Linkinhorne, wid.
Messuage, tenement, farm and premises called Great Lanhargy
25 Mar. 1801.

[no title]  RD/628  1813

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £100
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to
(2) Grace Peake of Linkinhorne
Great Lanhargy, late in occ. of lessee's mother
25 Nov. 1813.

Pengelly  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/629  1686

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Susan and s. Wm.); rent 14/-
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and 20/-
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Wm. Davy of Pengelly, Linkinhorne, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Pengelly late in occ. of Rich. Rawlyn, decd., then Rich. Oliver alias Boddy
31 May 1686.

[no title]  RD/630  1724/25

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Wm., s. of Wm. Hatch of Linkinhorne, yeo.); rent 14/-
Consideration: £200
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Davy of Linkinhorne, butcher
Property as above
4 Feb. 1724/25.

[no title]  RD/631  1747

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Rich. Davy of Linkinhorne, yeo., and Rich. Harvey, s. of Hen. H. of Linkinhorne, decd.); rent 14/-
Consideration: £150
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Mary Davy of Linkinhorne, spr.
Property as above
6 Oct. 1747.

[no title]  RD/632  1748

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; his bro. Wm. D. of Linkinhorne; and Eliz. Budge of Browda, spr.); rent 16/-
Consideration: £226
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Rich. Davy of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Tenement in Pengelly late in occ. of Susanna and Mary Davy, decd., part of manor of Tremollet
25 Feb. 1748.

[no title]  RD/633  1785

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £24-15-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Vine of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Pengelly, late in occ. of Jn. Budge, part of manor of Tremollet
16 May 1785.

[no title]  RD/634  1785

Contents:
14 yr lease: rent £33-10-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Bate of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Higher Pengelly near village of Pengelly, now in occ. of lessee, part of manor of Rillaton Pengelly
Good husbandry clauses
18 May 1785.

[no title]  RD/635  1799

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £120
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Vine of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Messuages and tenements called Pengelly in village of Pengelly, part of manor of Tremollet, premises being late in occ. of Rich. Davey, Nich. Foott and Jn. Bate
Good husbandry clauses
2 July 1799.

[no title]  RD/636  1802

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £105
(1) Rich. Parson of Venn, Lamerton, Devon, gent., to
(2) Thos. Kittow of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Pengelly farm, late in occ. of Mrs. Cecilia Knill, wid., decd.
Good husbandry clauses
2 July 1802.

[no title]  RD/637  1819

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Margery; s. Wm.); rent 2/6
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Hobbs of Linkinhorne, labourer
Piece of ground called the New Garden lately enclosed by lessee from a field called Cellars Meadow, part of Pengelly, bounded on w. with road from Linkinhorne to Northill, on s.e. with lands of Jn. Tillie Coryton, on n. with Pengelly
25 Mar. 1819.

[no title]  RD/638  1848

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £16
(1) Wm. Furze of South Petherwin, labourer, and w. Joanna, Jn. Sleeman of Linkinhorne, yeo., and w. Grace, Thos. Drakes of St. Ive, labourer, and w. Jane, Wm. Mastam of London and w. Mary, and Eliz. Barnacott of London, spr., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Plot of ground in corners of two fields called Shatta Park and Cross Park, part of Pengelly tenement, and known as cott house, stable and pigs' house and gdn called Shatta Green, now in occ. of Jn. Sleeman, to which (1) are entitled by lease of 1802 from Rich. Parsons to Rich. Barnacott
13 May 1848.

Rillaton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/639  1766

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £10-10-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Geo. Edgcombe of Linkinhorne, husbandman
Rillaton tenement, in occ. of lessee
11 Mar. 1766.

[no title]  RD/640  1787

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £10
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Budge jun. of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Rillaton tenement, late in occ. of Rich. Clements
Good husbandry clauses
9 Apr. 1787.

[no title]  RD/641  1800

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £12
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Foott of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Rillaton, late in occ. of Jn. Budge
Good husbandry clauses
26 Sep. 1800.

[no title]  RD/642  1839

Contents:
Appointment of attorney
(1) Nich. Foott of Rillaton, Linkinhorne, to (2) Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard
To attend Rillaton manor court to surrender tenement of Higher Rillaton
12 Feb. 1839.

Southwood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/643  1769

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 14/8
Consideration: £5
(1) Dame Agnes Trelawny, wid. of Sir Jn. T. of Trelawne, decd., to (2) Alice Caunter of Linkinhorne, dau. of Wm. C., spr.
Tenement called Southwood late in occ. of Wm. Caunter, being dwelling-house, herb gdn, orchard and 5 plots of ground (about 6 acres), part of manor of Carradon Lyar
13 Nov. 1769.

Tithes  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/644  1782

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £84
(1) Jn. Sawle of Penrice, esq., and w. Johanna (one of daus. of Edm. Cheyne, esq., decd.); to (2) Jn. Bartlett of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Tithe sheaf of corn and grain on e. part of parish of Linkinhorne with tithe barn, house and tenement all late the property of Edm. Cheyne, decd.
25 Mar. 1782.

[no title]  RD/645  1817

Contents:
3 yr lease; rent £180
(1) Edm. Pusey Lyon of Kenbary, Devon, esq., and (2) Thos. Anth. Cawsey of Exeter, gent., to (3) Jn. Foott of Linkinhorne, gent.
Tithes (as above)
15 Jan. 1817.

[no title]  RD/646  1820

Contents:
6 yr lease; rent £180
Parties and property as above
20 May 1820.

[no title]  RD/647  1826

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £190
Parties and property as above
1 May 1826.

Wistaland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/648  1722

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Mary, dau. of Humphry Hosking of Landrake, yeo.); rent 6/8 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £37-10-0
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Degory Warne of Landrake, yeo.
Toft and certain parcels of land called North Down or Wisland, part of manor of Tremollet
20 Dec. 1722.

[no title]  RD/649  1771

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Jn. Nile, s. of Eliz., now w. of Thos. Lipson of Northill, husbandman, and Thos. Lipson, s. of Thos. and Eliz. L.); rent 7/-
Consideration: £60
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Mary Nile of Linkinhorne, wid.
Dwelling-house and pieces of land called North Down alias Wisland, late in occ. of Jn. Warne
30 Sep. 1771.

[no title]  RD/650/1,2  1712

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Warwick); rent 2/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £8
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Lawe of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Close of land called Wistaland (2 acres) late in occ. of Jn. Oliver of Millcombe, yeo., part of manor of Rillaton Pengelly
25 Dec. 1712.

[no title]  RD/651  1759

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Nich. F; Thos., s. of Thos. Bennett of Linkinhorne, blacksmith; Jn., s. of Jn. Budge of Linkinhorne, husbandman); rent 2/-
Consideration: £10-10-0
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., Francis Buller of Antony, esq., and w. Dame Mary, wid. of Sir Coventry Carew, decd., to (2) Nich. Foott of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Field or close of land called Wistaland late in occ. of Jn. Lawe, decd., lying between 2 other fields, one part of manor of Rillaton Royal, the other part of manor of Rillaton Peverell
25 Dec. 1759.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

Pengelly  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/652  10 Oct. 1815

Contents:
Letter from Rob. Gray of Liskeard to Francis Hearle Rodd concerning Duchy claim to quarry at Pengelly

Rillaton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/653  1774-1775

Contents:
Bundle of rent accounts, payments for repairs, receipts for church rates, for Rillaton

[no title]  RD/654  17 Mar. 1821

Contents:
Letter from -- Carpenter, Moditonham, to J. K. Lethbridge of Launceston, concerning Rillaton manor court
(Stamped "Plymouth Docks Penny Post").

Parish  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/655/1-3  1793, 1795

Contents:
Bastardy bonds

ST. NEOT  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Manor of Trenay or Fawton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/656  1537/38

Contents:
Grant; rent £3
(1) Hen. Dawbeney, lord Dawbeney, to (2) Jn. Tubbe of Trengoff, gent., and w. Joan
Messuages, lands and tenements in Tupton, Lantuye the Nether, Polscoppa and Myltowne in manor of Trenay; also mill for grinding corn in Miltown commonly called the west mill, and another fulling mill in Miltown
11 Jan. 1537/38, at Tupton.

[no title]  RD/657  1541

Contents:
Arbitration award of Nich. Loure, Nich. Glyn and Rich. Gayer, in dispute between Thos. Tregodek and Wm. Tubbe concerning title to lands in East Colaford, St. Neot
- Wm. Tubbe at "thisside Pentecost" to release to Thos. T. all title and documents to property
- Thos. Tregodek to pay Wm. T. before feast of St. Peter (29 June) 100 shillings; and by bill of his hand to give to Wm. T. 8 of 21 doles of a tinwork now being worked in the ground of East Colaford
27 Apr. 1541.

[no title]  RD/658  1584

Contents:
Final concord
Wm. Bere, gent., querant; Geo. Tubbe, esq., deforciant
Property in Tupton, Hole, Pollmena, Gonsython Downe, Fowey moor, Lord's Waste, in St. Neot
Trinity term 1584.

[no title]  RD/659  1653

Contents:
Articles of agreement for pre-nuptial settlement; consideration: £350 as marriage portion
(1) Lady Grace Gryles of Court, to (2) Lewes Pollard of Jacobstow, gent., on marriage between (2) and Joan, dau. of (1)
Lewes P. to settle as jointure tenements called Higher and Lower Eadhin and Eadhin wood in Jacobstow
Lady Gryles to convey to Lewes P., Pollscropp and Hole in St. Neot, in case she should die before paying him Joan's marriage portion
14 May 1653.

[no title]  RD/660/1,2  1712

Contents:
Bargain and sale (also counterpart); consideration: £300 to (1) and (2) by (3)
(1) Mary Bellott, wid., to Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd; Mary Spoure, wid., her mother; Jn. Worth of Penryn, esq., and Francis Hawkins of Helston, gent; (2) Wm. Pearce of Tregonning in Breage, gent; (3) Thos., s. of Chas. Pomery of Lestowe in St. Neot, gent; (4) Francis Manaton of Manaton, esq.
(1) and (2) to (4):
1/3 part of manor of Trenay and 1/3 of moiety of tenements of Langharne, Polscopp, West Mills, Hole, Lestow, Lake's Nete and other lands in St. Neot; also 1/3 part of moiety of advowson of St. Neot
26 Dec. 1712.

Toddy Park  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/661  1830

Contents:
Deed of appointment; consideration: £150
(1) Gordon Wm. Francis Gregor of Trewarthenick, esq., and w. Loveday Sarah, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Tenement called Toddy Park, now in occ. of Hugh Brice Arundell
Plan on dorse
25 Dec. 1830.

St. Luke's chapel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/662/1,2  1833

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £40
(1) Thos. Stephens of St. Ewe, yeo; (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
Piece of land (1½ acres) on n. side of the new road leading from the Jamaica Inn to Looe Mill in St. Neot, part of messuage and tenement commonly called St. Luke's chapel, piece of land being adj. to Rodd property
2/3 Oct. 1833.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Toddy Park  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/663  1869

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; sons Elijah and Sam.); rent £8
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Sam. Penny of Bolventor, farmer
Parcel of ground at Bolventor part of Toddy Park (76 acres) late in occ. of Jn. Treleaven
25 Mar. 1869.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

Manor of Trenay  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/664  nd

Contents:
"A Noate of what Lands of the Manor of Trenay George Tub Esqr & his son John Tub solde and to whome; before Mr. William Bere bought ye Royallity & priveledges of the rest of that manor, being in 1602"
(Lists West Lawharen, Ventonvedr, Trenay barton, West Wood, Lantewy, Bennets land, Fowyton and Trebeyne, all in St. Neot).

[no title]  RD/665  1712

Contents:
Survey of manor of Trenay, with note: "moyety of this manor sold Mr. Grills Dec. 1712 for £1550".

[no title]  RD/666  1716

Contents:
Will of Chas. Grylls of Court, esq.
- Jn. Worth, Francis Hawkins, Leonard Yeo and Edw. Dennys to have moiety of manor of Trenay in St. Neot, and St. Neot tithes, and all other lands except those in Pelynt and Lanreath, in trust, to be sold to pay off mortgage due to Stephen Robins; also to have barton of court and manor of Lanreath and all other lands to administer according to conditions of marriage settlement of Chas. and his w. Mary, formerly Mary Bellott of Trebath;
- patronage and advowson of Lanreath church to benefit of brother Rich. Grylls
- remainder of goods to w. Mary
Made 1716.

Dozmary Pool Ice Company  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/667  c.1880

Contents:
Prospectus of English Natural Ice Company (opening at Dozmary Pool and Dartmoor)

NORTHILL  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

Addacroft  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/668  1804

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £420
(1) Jn. Parkin of Cawsand, Maker, gent., to (2) Arthur Peter of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Addacroft or Addacot late the property of Jn. Vincent then of Wm. Darley esq., from whom (1) purchased it, now consisting of 2 tenements, one in occ. of (2) as tenant, the other in occ. of Walter Sleep
23/24 Mar. 1804.

[no title]  RD/669  1807

Contents:
Grant of annuity of £25 for life; consideration: conveyance of premises by (2) to (1)
(1) Jn. Peter of Northill, yeo., to (2) father Arthur P.
Addacroft, Churchtown, Smith's tenement and Pethens
31 July 1807.

[no title]  RD/670  1809

Contents:
Mortgage for £400 (500 yr lease)
(1) Jn. Peter of Northill churchtown, yeo., to (2) Jn. Williams of Scorrier House, Gwennap, esq.
Addacroft tenement late in possession of Jn. Vincent, then of Wm. Darley, now consisting of 2 tenements
18 Aug. 1809.

[no title]  RD/671/1,2  1820

Contents:
Mortgage for £500 (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Davy of Northill, yeo., and w. Ann, and (2) Jn. Williams of Scorrier House, Gwennap, esq., to (3) Matthew Wevill of Northill, gent; (4) Wm. Luskey of Northill, gent.
Addacroft or Oddicroft, late in occ. of Jn. Parkin who sold to Arthur Peter
8/9 Sep. 1820.

[no title]  RD/672/1,2  1825

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £500 to (1) by (4) at request of (2); £1100 to (2) by (4)
(1) Matthew Wevill of Northill, gent; (2) Jn. Davy and w. Ann of Northill; (3) Wm. Luskey of Northill, gent; (4) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (5) Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston, gent; (6) Jn. Tillie Coryton of Pentillie, esq.
(2) to (4):
Messuage and tenement called Addacroft or Oddacroft late in occ. of Jn. Vincent then of Vincent Darley then of Jn. Parkin; also 2 cottages and gdns being part of tenement
16/17 Dec. 1825.

[no title]  RD/673  1818

Contents:
Deed of appointment; consideration: £1200
(1) Ann Davy, w. of Jn. D. of Northill, yeo; (2) Jn. Davy; to (3) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Meadow and orchards called Back Door Meadow, Steen's or Steven's meadow and gdns; also Western, Lower and Higher Undertown fields, and Ham Hill and orchard adj., with courtelage and buildings.
5 Feb. 1818.

[no title]  RD/674  1818

Contents:
Deed of covenant to produce title deeds
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Davy of Northill, yeo., and w. Ann
Property sold by (2) to (1), deeds of which relate also to other lands of Jn. Davy in Northill
5 Feb. 1818.

[no title]  RD/675/1,2  1828

Contents:
Lease and release in trust for sale; consideration: £2000
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to
(2) Jas. Anderson of Launceston, doctor of medicine, and
(3) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent., his trustee
Addacroft or Oddacroft
Meadow and orchard called Back Door Meadow and Steen's or Steven's meadow and gdns; also Western, Lower and Higher Undertown and Ham Hill, with orchard, buildings and courtelage
24/25 Mar. 1828.

Bastreet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/676  ?13th cent

Conditions of access: (Damaged by damp)

Contents:
Grant; rent 3/-
(1) Walter Doynell, with consent of w. Ysobelle, to
(2) Rob. Padrida
½ acre of land in Bastastrete
Wtn: Nich. de Gonan; Adam Hamelin of Trecarn; Rich. le Waleys; Amadas of Talcarn and others
?13th cent.

[no title]  RD/677  Aug. 1673

Contents:
Copy of above, on back of letter from Wm. Phillipps to "Honord Sir" concerning Sir Wm. Morice's arrangements for executing his commission at Launceston

[no title]  RD/678/1,2  1312

Contents:
Grant; rent 6/-
(1) Adam Doynell, s. and heir of Walter D., to (2) Rob. Bond
Lands in Bastestrete with appurtenances, which Rob. Paderda formerly held
Wtn: Walter of Carnadon; Thos. atte Waryn; Hugh Delahey; Hen. de Trekayll; Peter de Steniford and others
22 Jan. 1312, at Bastestrete.
(Unsealed)
Also copy (? or forgery. See "Cornish Essays" p.128).

[no title]  RD/679  1428

Contents:
Grant
(1) Alice Troppe, dau. and heir of Wm. T., to (2) Rich. Martyn and w. Sibil
Messuages, lands and tenements in Bastestrett
Wtn: Rob. Trebarthe; Rich. Knolle; Jn. Hunkyn; Wm. Bant; Jn. Grylle and others
27 Apr. 1428.
(Seal tag; seal missing).

[no title]  RD/680  1456

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Rich. Martyn of Lankynhorn, to (2) Rich. Bonde of St. Erth
Right to tenement in Bastret
Wtn: Jn. Trugge; Rich. Knolle and others
19 Jan. 1456.

[no title]  RD/681/1,2  1790

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £250
(1) Edw. Archer of Trelaske, esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuage and tenement (now an overland tenement) called Bastreet
23/24 Dec. 1790.

[no title]  RD/682/1,2  1823

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £17
(1) Chas. Trelawny of Coldrenick, esq., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Chief rent or yearly sum of 5/6 payable out of Bastreet to Chas. T. as lord of manor of Fullamoor and Woolsdon
27/28 Jan. 1823.

Battens  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/683/1,2  1708

Contents:
Attested copy lease and release
Consideration: (1)'s natural love and affection for dau. Sarah, w. of Theodore Darley of Northill, gent., and for her support and livelihood
(1) Jn. Vincent of Battens, Northill, gent., to (2) Stephen Revell of Hundron in Armington, Devon, gent., and Rob. Coombe of Northill, yeo.
Moiety of manor of Trewithie, and half the moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell; moiety of tenement of Battens, Adacroft, Bowda, Northill churchtown, Treswell, Tresellern, Lanxton and Trewarnoll in Northill and St. Juliot; also one part of Twelve Men's Moor
29/30 Oct. 1708.

[no title]  RD/684/1,2  1743

Contents:
Two attested copies of pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release)
Consideration: £500 by (3) to (1)
(1) Vincent Darley of Callington, gent.; (2) Wm. Archer of Trelewack, and Jn. Trehawke of Liskeard, esq; (3) Eliz. Newton of Liskeard, wid., on marriage between (1) and (3)
(1) to (2) in trust for (3):
Battens and Adacroft, Lanxton, late in occ. of Peter Hurdon, butcher, decd.; also 2 messuages or tenements called Trewithy and Lewarne
8 Feb. 1743.

[no title]  RD/685/1,2  1743

Contents:
Two attested copies of final concord
Wm. Archer, esq., querant; Vincent Darley, gent., deforciant
Manor of Trewithy and ¾ parts of manor of Rillaton Peverell
Michaelmas term 1743.

[no title]  RD/686/1,2  1743

Contents:
Two attested copies of deed to lead uses of a fine
Parties and property as above
20 Dec. 1743.

[no title]  RD/687/1,2  1763

Contents:
Two attested copies of lease and release
(1) Vincent Darley of Battens, gent., to (2) Geo. Green of Crane Court, Fleet Street, Mddx., gent.
Manor of Trewithie in Northill; moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell in Linkinhorne and Northill, with tenements of Battens, Adacroft, Bowden, Treswell, Tresellern, Lanxton and Trewannet in Northill and St. Juliot; also 2/12 parts of Twelve Men's Moor in Northill, all formerly the lands of Jn. Vincent, gent.
28/29 Sep. 1763.

[no title]  RD/688/1-3  1763

Contents:
Three attested copies of deed to declare uses of a recovery
(1) Vincent Darley of Battens, Northill, gent., Christian Coad of St. Ive, wid., and Jn. Coad of St. Ive, yeo.;
(2) Geo. Green of Crane Court, Fleet Street, Mddx., gent.;
(3) Edm. Turner of Northill, mercer
Property as above; also Charlton tenement and fields part of Fullamore, with common of pasture on Zelva down in St. Ive
1 Nov. 1763.

[no title]  RD/689/1-4  1776

Contents:
Four attested copies of bargain and sale to make tenant to the praecipe to suffer a common recovery
(1) Wm. Darley of Bovingdon, Herts., esq., devisee of estate of Theodore D. of New Inn, Mddx., esq., decd., to (2) Hen. Chalcroft of New Inn, Mddx., gent.; (3) Wm. Holdsworth of New Inn, gent.
Property as in RD/687 above; also 7 closes of land called Sampford Woods (60 acres) in Sampford Arundell, Somerset, part of Sampford farm
26 Nov. 1776.

[no title]  RD/690/1-3  1782

Contents:
Three attested copies of award of Wm. Waller esq. of Lincoln's Inn, in dispute between Wm. Darley of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., esq., and Eliz. Darley of Northill, wid. of Vincent D., concerning annuity of £50 charged on Wm. Darley's land by marriage settlement of Vincent and Eliz. D.
Annuity to be reduced to £39-13-1
Wm. to have Burgess meadow, part of Battens; Treswell; moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell
Eliz. to have Way Cross Land and Easter Cross Land, part of Battens; Bligh's tenement; Bonds Walls mill; Lake and Lewarne; other moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell
1 Aug. 1782.

[no title]  RD/691/1,2  1782

Contents:
Attested copies of final concord
Hen. Chalcroft, gent., querant; Wm. Darley, esq., and w. Mary, deforciants
Manor of Trewithy and tenements in Battens, Adacroft, Bowda, Treswell, Tresallarne, Lanxton, Trewannet and Westaway; moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell and 1/12 part of common, with common of pasture in Twelve Men's Moor
Hilary term 1782.

[no title]  RD/692/1-3  1783

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £550
(1) Wm. Darley of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., esq., and w. Mary; (2) Hen. Chalcraft of St. Clement Danes, Mddx., gent., to (3) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, wine merchant
Manor of Trewithy in Northill; moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell in Linkinhorne and Northill; also capital messuage, mansion house, barns, stables, gdns, two orchards and outhouses called Battens in Northill, also field called Burgess Meadow late in occ. of Jonathan Sleeman
24/25 Mar. 1783.
Also bond to secure indemnity from payment of annuity.

[no title]  RD/693/1-3  1784

Contents:
Lease and release (also counterpart release)
(1) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, wine merchant, and w. Mary, one of 3 daus of Jas. Hopkins of Bideford, decd.; (2) Thos. Hogg of Appledore, Devon, merchant, and Jn. Lethbridge of Launceston, clerk; (3) Wm. Tyeth of Bideford, merchant, and Isaac Tyeth of Launceston, clerk
Recites: Jn. and Mary Tyeth's marriage settlement, 1779
(1) to (2) in trust for (1):
Capital freehold mansion house, barns, stables, gdns, orchards and outhouses called Battens in Northill, with land belonging; also field called Burgess meadow adj., late in occ. of Jonathan Sleeman
13/14 Sep. 1784.

[no title]  RD/694  1788

Contents:
Attested copy final concord
Hen. Chalwall, gent., querant; Wm. Darley, esq. and w. Mary, deforciants
Manor of Trewithy, and premises in Battens, Addacroft, Bowda, Treswell, Tresellarne, Lanxton, Trewannell and Westaway; moiety of manor of Rillaton Peverell; 2/12 parts of Twelve Men's Moor
Hilary term 1788.

[no title]  RD/695  1802

Contents:
Grant of annuity of £31-10-0 for life of grantee; consideration: £300
(1) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, merchant, to (2) Chas. Gooding of Launceston, peruke-maker
Annuity out of capital messuage, freehold mansion house, barn, stables, gdns, orchards and outhouses called Battens; also Burgess meadow
14 Dec. 1802.

[no title]  RD/696/1,2  1803

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £1050
(1) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, merchant, and w. Mary; (2) their daus Mary and Eliz. T.; (3) rev. Isaac Tyeth of Launceston, clerk; (4) Chris. Lethbridge of Launceston, gent.; (5) Chas. Gooding of Launceston, peruke-maker; (6) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
(1) and (2) to (6):
Battens and Burgess meadow
1/2 Dec. 1803.

[no title]  RD/697  1803

Contents:
Bond in £2000
(1) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, merchant, rev. Isaac Tyeth of Launceston, clerk, Eliz. and Mary, daus of Jn. Tyeth, Humphry Lawrence of Launceston, esq., and Thos. Baron of Bodmin, cabinet-maker and upholsterer, to (2) Francis Rodd, of Trebartha Hall, esq.
To secure conveyance of Battens and Burgess Meadow by Judith, Hannah, Frances, Edith, Ann and Harriet, daus of Jn. and Mary Tyeth, when they are 21, and repayment of purchase money in case of the birth of a son to Jn. and Mary T.
2 Dec. 1803.

[no title]  RD/698  1803

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 yr term in trust; consideration: £300 by (4) to (1)
(1) Rev. Isaac Tyeth of Launceston, clerk; (2) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, merchant, and w. Mary; (3) their daus Eliz. and Mary T.; to (4) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (5) Chris. Lethbridge of Launceston, gent., (4)'s trustee
Battens and Burgess Meadow
2 Dec. 1803.

[no title]  RD/699/1,2  1804

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Francis Rodd, querant; Jn. Tyeth, gent., and w. Mary, and Eliz. and Mary Tyeth, sprs., deforciants
Battens and Burgess Meadow
Hilary term 1804.

[no title]  RD/700/1,2  1804

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Judith, Hannah, Frances, Edith, Ann and Harriet Tyeth, all of Launceston, daus of Jn. and Mary T., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Battens and Burgess Meadow
1/2 Aug. 1804.
Endorsed: witnesses of signatures and seals of Jn. T.'s daus as they each reach age of 21.

[no title]  RD/701  1766-1783

Contents:
Abstract of title to Battens

[no title]  RD/702  1784-1845

Contents:
Additional abstract of title of Francis Rodd, esq. to Battens

[no title]  RD/703  1845

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 yr term
(1) Jn. King Lethbridge of Tregeare, esq., and Jn. Arscott Lethbridge of Greenwich Hospital, esq., exors. of Chris. L. of Launceston, gent; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (3) Sam. Steward of Lincolns Inn Fields, Mddx., gent.
(1) to (3) in trust for (2):
Battens and Burgess Meadow
27 Dec. 1845.

Berriow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/704  1793

Contents:
Release and assignment; consideration: £600
(1) Sir Jas. Laroche of St. James, Westminster; (2) Wm. Crawford of Chelsea, Mddx., esq., exor. of Jane Calmel, spr., decd., extrix. of Peter Calmel; to (3) Edw. Archer of Trelaske, esq., and (4) Thos. Gage of Launceston, gent.
Messuage and tenement called East Berriow late in occ. of Wm. Daw, formerly the lands of the Earl of Radnor
9 July 1793.

[no title]  RD/705  1864

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration: £2200
(1) Hen. Cranstown Adams of Exmouth, Devon, gent., and Rob. Coard Tucker of Ashburton, gent.; (2) Hen. Swete Archer of Penge, Surrey, esq; (3) Jn. Coumbe of St. Ive, yeo; to (4) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, Northill, esq; (5) Edw. Fleetwood Kempson of Launceston, gent.
Messuage or dwelling-house, farm and fields called Berriow or East Berriow
Schedule of fields at end of deed
21 May 1864.

[no title]  RD/706  1830-1864

Contents:
Abstract of title of Francis Rodd, esq., to East Berriow

[no title]  RD/707  1864

Contents:
Notice of mortgage
(1) Gurney, Courland and Kempson, agents of Hen. Brown of South Petherwin, yeo., to (2) Arthur Kelly and Harry Reginald Salusbury Trelawny, esqs
East Berriow, mortgaged by Francis Rodd to Hen. Brown
18 July 1864.

[no title]  RD/708  1864

Contents:
Mortgage in fee of equity of redemption for £1000
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Brown of South Petherwin, labourer
East Berriow
18 July 1864.

[no title]  RD/709  1864

Contents:
Notice of second mortgage
Parties and property as in RD/707 above
18 July 1864.

[no title]  RD/710  1876

Contents:
Reconveyance; consideration: repayment of remainder of mortgage
(1) Hen. Brown of South Petherwin, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
East Berriow
27 Mar. 1876.

Bonds Walls Mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/711/1-4  1794

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine (also 3 copies)
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, surgeon, and Jn. Arscott of Plympton Earle, surgeon, to (2) Chris. Lethbridge of Okehampton, surgeon
Bonds Walls tenement, and water grist mill with cott house adj. called Bonds Walls Mills; also Lewarne; Treswell or Garland's Treswell; Talacke alias Broadwillack alias Lake, in Northill and Linkinhorne; also ¼ part of manor of Rillaton Peverell
24 Jan. 1794.

[no title]  RD/712/1,2  1794

Contents:
Final concord (also copy)
Chris. Lethbridge, querant; Thos. and Jn. Arscott, deforciants
Bonds Walls, Bonds Walls Mills, Lewarne, Treswell or Garland's Treswell, Talacke or Broadwillack or Lake; Slad Park; in Northill, Linkinhorne and Liskeard; also ¼ part of manor of Rillaton Peverell
Hilary term 1794.

[no title]  RD/713  1803

Contents:
Articles of agreement to produce title deeds prior to sale
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, surgeon, and Jn. Arscott of Plympton Earle, Devon, surgeon, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Moiety of tenement called Bonds Walls and Bonds Walls Mills with cott house adj., now in occ. of Jn. Wickett, which (2) intends to purchase for £1400
1 Oct. 1803.

[no title]  RD/714/1-3  1804

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine (also 2 attested copies)
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, surgeon, and w. Martha, and rev. Jn. Arscott of Plympton Earle, Devon, clerk, to (2) Chris. Lethbridge of Launceston, gent.
Bonds Walls and Bonds Walls Mill, with cott houses adj., late in occ. of Wm. Ducet, now of Jn. Wickett; also Treswell or Garland's Treswell in occ. of Arthur Peter; also Lewarne in occ. of Joseph Horrell, all in Northill; also Talacke or Broadwillack or Lake in Linkinhorne, in occ. of Wm. Kernick, Slad Park in Liskeard; also ¼ part of manor of Rillaton Peverell
10 Mar. 1804.

[no title]  RD/715  1804

Contents:
Final concord
Chris. Lethbridge, gent., querant; Thos. Arscott, gent., and w. Martha, and Jn. Arscott, clerk, deforciants
Property in Northill, Linkinhorne and Liskeard
Easter term 1804.

[no title]  RD/716/1,2  1804

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £1400
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, surgeon, and w. Martha, and Jn. Arscott of Plympton Earle, clerk, and Martha Ann Arscott of Plympton Earle, wid., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Bonds Walls and Bonds Walls Mill
9/10 Mar. 1804.

[no title]  RD/717  1829-1845

Contents:
Abstract of title of Francis Hearle Rodd to Bonds Walls Mills

Bowda  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/718/1,2  1783

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £120
(1) Wm. Darley of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., esq., and w. Mary; (2) Hen. Chalcraft of St. Clement Danes, Mddx., gent., to (3) Jn. Martyn of Northill, yeo.
Tenement or parcel of moorland enclosed, called South Bowda, in or near Twelve Men's Moor (about 45 acres)
24/25 Mar. 1783.

[no title]  RD/719/1,2  1834

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £300 (lease and release)
(1) Rich. Sobey of Menheniot, now of Liskeard, gent.; (2) Jn. Peter of Illand, Northill, yeo., to (3) Rich. Hocken of Liskeard, wool-stapler
Tenement or parcel of enclosed moor land called South Browda or Bowda being near Twelve Men's Moor (about 45 acres), purchased by Jn. Marten from Wm. Darley, esq., and now in occ. of (2)
21/22 May 1834.

[no title]  RD/720  1845

Contents:
Release in fee; consideration: £750
(1) Sam. Peter of Illand, Northill, yeo.; (2) Rich. Hocken of Liskeard, maltster, to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Tenement of enclosed moorland called South Browda or Bowda (as above)
Plan on dorse
29 Sep. 1845.
Attached: account of purchase money and bill of costs.

[no title]  RD/721  1845-1791

Contents:
Declaration by Jn. Sargent of Liskeard, gent., solicitor of Jn. Peter of Illand, Northill, decd., concerning title of Jn. Peter to Bowda, 27 Oct. 1845
Attached: certificated extracts from Liskeard parish registers of wedding of Rich. and Eliz. Hocken, 1790; their son Richard's baptism, 1791.

[no title]  RD/722  27 Oct. 1845

Contents:
Declaration by Sam. Peter, yeo., concerning title to Bowda

[no title]  RD/723/1,2  27 Oct. 1845

Contents:
Letters between Jn. Sargent and Chas. Gurney concerning conveyance of Bowda

Callstock.  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/724  1703

Contents:
Sale of timber; consideration: £80
(1) Jn. Jackman of St. Cleer, gent., to (2) Rich. Luskey and Oliver Couch both of Northill, tanners
Grove of timber called Callstock Wood, with timber trees growing on the hedges there, being under the footway that leads from the watergate to Eliz. Borrow's dwelling-house in West Callstock, with liberty to make coal pits for sawing and coaling timber
17 Jan. 1703.

[no title]  RD/725/1,2  1708

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £210
(1) Sam. Lyne of Callington, gent; (2) Jn. Jackman of St. Cleer, gent., and Eliz. Jackman, wid., his mother, to (3) Rich. Luskey of Northill, tanner
Calstock or West Calstock, with 1/12 part of the lands called Twelve Men's Moor adj. premises, late in occ. of Eliz. Borrow, wid.
9/10 Dec. 1708.

[no title]  RD/726/1,2  1709

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Rich. Luskey, querant; Jn. Jackman, gent., and w. Eliz., deforciants
Property in Calstock or West Calstock
Hilary term 1709.

[no title]  RD/727/1-3  1730

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also counterpart release); consideration: £200 to (1) by father of (3)
(1) Rich. Luskey of Northill, yeo; (2) Geo. Isacke of Northill, yeo., and Wm. Luskey of Northill, yeo; (3) Emblyn Isacke, spr., sister of (2), on marriage between (1) and (3)
(1) to (2) in trust for (3):
Messuages, lands and tenements called Calstock or West Calstock, and 1/12 part of Twelve Men's Moor adj. premises, late in occ. of Eliz. Borrow, wid.
6/7 Jan. 1730.

[no title]  RD/728  1777

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine
(1) Jn. Luskey of Calstock, Northill, gent., to (2) Chas. Kinsman of Northam, Devon, gent.
Property as above
13 June 1777.

[no title]  RD/729/1,2  1777

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Chas. Kinsman, querant; Jn. Luskey, gent., deforciant
Property as above
Trinity term 1777.

[no title]  RD/730  1777

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
Parties and property as above
17 July 1777.

[no title]  RD/731/1,2  1801

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £200
(1) Wm. Grylls of Tregryll, Menheniot, gent., devisee of will of Jn. Hodge of Bealbury, St. Mellion, decd.; (2) Jn. Congdon of Menheniot, yeo., and w. Eliz., Ann Lucas of Landrake, wid. of Jn. L. of St. Dominic, Sampson Lucas of St. Dominic, yeo., and w. Jenefred (Eliz., Ann and Jenefred being daus of Jn. Hodge); (3) Wm. Hodge of Callington, cooper, to (4) Humphry Bryant of Callington, surgeon
Messuage, tenement and farm called East Calstock or East Calstick, and a twelfth man's part in Twelve Menna Moor
24/25 Mar. 1801.

[no title]  RD/732  1848

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration: £3150
(1) Geo. Haye of Tavistock, esq., naval captain; (2) Jas. Bryant Messenger of Heath Cottage, Calstock, esq; (3) Ann Waller Mary Pattison, w. of (2); (4) David Wm. Hickes Jn. Horndon of Callington, esq., and Peter Glubb of Liskeard, gent; to (5) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and (6) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
Messuage, tenement and farm called East Calstock or East Calstick, and a twelfth man's part in Twelve Menna Moor
26 Sep. 1848.

Churchtown  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/733/1,2  1717

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £100
(1) Jn. Pethen of Tamerton Folliott, yeo., to (2) Dav. Williams of St. Stephen-by-Saltash
Field called Undertown (about 9 acres) with watering place at lower end, with the ham adj.; also another meadow, all part of a tenement in Northill churchtown in occ. of Jn. Luskey; also 3 meadows called Home meadow, Bovetown and Glovehole; also orchard or apple gdn, with dwelling-house which Sarah Wivell lives in; and another house, and a malthouse, part of same tenement, all in Northill churchtown; also fields called Brambleland field and the North Ground part of tenement in occ. of Grace Wivell; also tenement in Northill churchtown in occ. of Jn. Dingle, blacksmith; also North Bowda tenement
30 Apr./1 May 1717.

[no title]  RD/734  1726

Contents:
Deed to lead uses of a fine
(1) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Northill churchtown in occ. of Jn. Luskey
1 June 1726.

[no title]  RD/735  1726

Contents:
Final concord
Rich. Luskey, querant; Jn. Luskey, deforciants
Premises in Northill
Trinity term 1726.

[no title]  RD/736  1732

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease for a yr missing)
(1) Anne Williams of Plymouth, spr., dau. of David W. of St. Stephen-by-Saltash, clerk, decd., and dau. and extrix. of Grace Williams late of Plymouth, David W.'s wid; (2) Rich. Gortley of Plymouth, surgeon; (3) Jacob Austen of Plymouth, beer brewer, on marriage between (1) and (3)
(1) to (2):
The Undertown, and watering place at lower end thereof, with the ham adj.; Lower Meadow, all part of tenement in Northill churchtown late in occ. of Jn. Luskey; Brambleland field and North Downs, part of tenement in Northill; messuage or dwelling-house with stable and fields, at Glovehole; dwelling-house, stable and malthouse near churchtown late in occ. of Edw. Wevell; North Bowda tenement; moiety of one twelve man's part in Twelve Men's Moor; annuity of 10/- out of lands of Jn. Vincent
22 July 1732.

[no title]  RD/737  1738

Contents:
Mortgage for £359-13-0 (assignment of 500 yr term by bargain and sale)
(1) Thos. Darley of Northill, gent., and Joseph Darley of Northill, carpenter, his son, to (2) Theodore Darley of Battens, esq.
Tenement in Northill churchtown; also Ryeland tenement
27 Apr. 1738.
Endorsed: receipts for repayment of principal and interest.

[no title]  RD/738/1,2  1744

Contents:
Lease and release
Consideration: the account between Vincent Darley, of Battens, exor. of Theodore D., with (1), shows that £394-14-4 is due on mortgage; (2) agrees to purchase premises for £400, of which he has paid £5-5-5
(1) Thos. Darley of Northill, gent., s. of Thos. D., decd., to (2) Jn. Bowhay of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Northill churchtown late in occ. of Thos. Darley, decd. (mortgaged 1738 by Thos. D. to Theodore D.)
5/6 Oct. 1744.
Endorsed: receipts for remainder of purchase money, 1745-1764.

[no title]  RD/739  1744

Contents:
Bond in £500 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Thos. Darley of Northill, gent., to (2) Jn. Bowhay of Northill, yeo.
6 Oct. 1744.

[no title]  RD/740  1791

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration £621-17-0 by (3) to (1) at direction of (2)
(1) Geo. Ward of Lyme Regis, Dorset, esq., Ben. Mace of Lyme Regis, gent., and Sam. Follett of Lyme Regis, gent; (2) Wm. Darley of Lyme Regis, esq., devisee of will of Theodore D. esq., decd., who was brother of Vincent D. formerly of Northill, esq., decd., and Wm.'s wife Mary; (3) Arthur Peter of Northill, yeo.
Field called Undertown (9 acres) with watering place at lower end, also the cliff and ham adj. (13 acres); also Lower Meadow (1½ acres) all part of tenement in Northill churchtown; also fields called Brambleland and North Downs (12 acres), part of tenement in churchtown; also annuity of 10/- chargeable on lands of inheritance of Jn. Vincent, decd., in Northill, for liberty and licence formerly granted to some of his ancestors of continuing a headwier formerly erected on the river called Lynner, and of the mill leat or mill dam formerly made there for leading a watercourse from river to mills called Bonds Walls Mills; also ¼ part of 1/3 of Quarry park, part of Trefries barton in Linkinhorne
24 Sep. 1791.

[no title]  RD/741  1809

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease for a yr missing)
(1) Jn. Davy of Northill churchtown, yeo; (2) Ann Peter of Northill, wid. of Jn. Peter, decd; (3) Edw. Coumbe of Northill, cooper, on marriage between (1) and (2)
(2) to (3):
Churchtown tenement; also fields called High Park, Glovehole or Glubhole or Global; Homer Mean or Maina Park, Outer Mean or Maina Park, (now 3 fields); Brimland or Brambleland, two Cross lands, 5 North Grounds, the Back door meadow and orchards, also Steen's or Steven's meadow and gdns, all in Northill
20 Dec. 1809.

[no title]  RD/742  1736-1825

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and mortgages releating to tenement in Northill churchtown and Ryeland tenement

[no title]  RD/743/1-3  1840

Contents:
Deed of appointment to secure £500 (lease and release)
(1) Ann Davy, w. of Jn. D. of Northill, yeo.; (2) Jn. Davy and w. Ann; (3) Rich. Geake of Tredundle, Egloskerry, yeo.
Churchtown tenement (except Back Door meadow and an orchard which Jn. and Ann D. have conveyed to Francis Hearle Rodd); also fields called High Park, Glove Hole or Glubhole or Global;
Homer and Outer Meana or Main Parks, Brimland or Brambleland, now four fields, and 5 North Grounds; the outside and inside Crosslands, all in Northill
10/11 Oct. 1840.
Also certificate acknowledging deed by married woman.

[no title]  RD/744  12 Oct. 1840

Contents:
Declaration of Jn. Davy of Northill, yeo., and w. Ann, formerly w. of Jn. Peter, now decd., concerning ownership of premises in Northill; also plan

[no title]  RD/745  1849

Contents:
Release to bar estate tail
(1) Hen. Robson Colling of Okehampton, Devon, gent., to (2) Jn. Marsh Burd of Okehampton, gent.
Fields, orchard and apple gdn with dwelling-house where Stephen Dawe and Eleanor Williams formerly lived, with malthouse belonging, in or near Northill churchtown; also dwelling-house, brewhouse, orchard and herb gdn in churchtown
13 Oct. 1849.

[no title]  RD/746  1852

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage for £500
(1) Rich. Geake of Egloskerry, yeo; (2) Ann Davy, w. of Jn. D. of Northill, yeo; (3) Jn. Davy and w. Ann, to (4) Edw. Parson of St. Winnow, gent.
Messuage and farm called Glubhole (about 39 acres)
10 Feb. 1852.

[no title]  RD/747  1856

Contents:
Release and conveyance to dower uses; consideration: £750
(1) Hen. Robson Colling of Okehampton, Devon, gent., to (2) Wm. Pomeroy of Northill, yeo; (3) Chas. Gurney of Launceston, gent.
Part of Pethin's tenement in village of Northill
Plan in margin
26 Feb. 1856.

[no title]  RD/748  1876

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration: £116
(1) Jn. Peter of Callington, gent; (2) Chas. Turnor Brown of Northill, shoemaker; to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Two dwelling-houses, outbuildings, shop and premises near the churchyard gates in village of Northill; also field or meadow and premises near village of Northill bounded on n. with Wesleyan chapel
24 June 1876.

Fuidge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/749/1,2  1685/86

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Jn. Jesper yeo., s. of Wm. J. decd., late of Northill, butcher, to (2) Phil. Jesper of Northill, wid., mother of (1) 1/3 part of tenement in Fuidge (38 acres)
21/22 Feb. 1685/86.

[no title]  RD/750/1,2  1687/88

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £35
(1) Phil. Jesper of Northill, wid., to (2) Thos. Jesper her son
Messuage and tenement in Fuidge (38 acres) late in occ. of Wm. Bennett, Jn. Spore and Jn. Foot
10/11 Feb. 1687/88

[no title]  RD/751/1,2  1733

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term (lease and release)
Consideration: £55 to (2) by (3) towards satisfaction of Thos. W.'s legacies
(2) by direction of (1) to (3):
(2)'s part of tenement in Fuidge, with fields called Bovetown, Lowfalay, 1/3 part of Fuidge meadow, 2 West Parks, East Park, little meadow under the orchard, and house, herb gdn, mowhay and orchard;
(1) to (4):
1/3 part of tenement in Fuidge in trust, to use of (3)
9/10 May 1733.

[no title]  RD/752  1779

Contents:
Mortgage for £55 (2000 yr demise; rent a grain of wheat)
(1) Wm. Jasper of St. Cleer, yeo., to (2) Hen. Poulglass of Liskeard, gent.
Messuage and tenement called Fuidge now in occ. of Edw. Peter as tenant
10 July 1779.

[no title]  RD/753/1,2  1781

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £182-7-0 and £67-13-0 to (2) by (4)
(1) Wm. Jasper of St. Cleer, yeo., and w. Lore; (2) Hen. Poulglass of Liskeard, gent; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.; (4) Jn. Woollcock of Northill, clerk.
(1) to (4):
Messuage and tenement called Fuidge in occ. of Edw. Peter
24/25 Mar. 1781.

[no title]  RD/754/1,2  1781

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Jn. Wollcock, clerk, querant; Wm. Jasper and w. Lore, deforciants
Fuidge
Easter term 1781.

[no title]  RD/755  1801-1875

Contents:
Covenant to produce title deeds
(1) Francis Dingle of Worcester, gent., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, Northill, esq.
Penhole and Fuidge, with a portion of Common Moor (conveyed by (2) to (1); deeds of which relate to other portions of the moor
Also schedule of deeds, 1801-1875
27 Mar. 1875.

Landreyne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/756  1799

Contents:
Certificate of contract for sale; consideration: £2030
(1) Prince of Wales; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Manor of Landreyne, part of annexed possessions of Duchy of Cornwall
6 July 1799.

Lewarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/757/1,2  1817

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £350
(1) Rev. Jn. Arscott of Plympton, Devon, devisee of will of Jn. A. of Plympton, surgeon, decd.); (2) Thos. Arscott of Chudleigh, Devon, esq., naval captain, s. of Thos. A. of Teignmouth, surgeon, decd; (3) Geo. Herbert, jun., of Plymouth, Devon, esq., and w. Eliz., formerly Arscott, spr; Sarah Jane and Martha Arscott, sprs., daus. of Jn. Arscott, decd; (4) Martha Ann Arscott of Tenby, wid. of Jn. A., to (5) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Moiety of Lewarne
19/20 Aug. 1817.

[no title]  RD/758/1,2  1817

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £350
(1) Thos. Arscott of Chudleigh, Devon, esq., naval captain, bro. and heir of Jas. A. of Teignmouth, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Moiety of Lewarne
19/20 Aug. 1817.

[no title]  RD/759  1817

Contents:
Agreement for exonerating premises from £10 rent charge
(1) Frances Langworthy Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, spr., dau. of Thos. A. decd., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Moiety of Lewarne (purchased by (2) from Arscott family)
21 Aug. 1817.

Newhams  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/760  1843

Contents:
Declaration of trusts; consideration: £160 by (3) to (1)
(1) Thos. Adams Colling of Buckland Brewer, Devon, clerk; (2) Hen. Robson Colling of Okehampton, gent., to (3) Jn. Davy of Northill, yeo.
Newham tenement, part of Duchy manor of Northill, granted by copy court roll to Jn. Colling of Okehampton, decd., father of (1) and (2), who left moiety to (1), who agreed with (3) for sale of premises
17 Nov. 1843.

Penhole, Trughill, Trevorsdon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/761/1-4  1766

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine (lease and release; also counterpart)
(1) Rich. Eastcot of Broadwoodwidger, Devon, gent., and w. Joan, Grace Werring of Lezant, wid., Eliz. Wevill, spr. and Emblyn Wevill, spr., both of Northill (Joan, Grace, Eliz. and Emblyn all daus. of Wm. Wevill of Northill, yeo., decd.); to (2) Thos. Eastcot of Broadwoodwidger, yeo.
Penhole, Trughill and Trevorsdon, late the lands of Wm. Wevill, decd., ¼ part to be to use of Rich. E., ¼ to use of Grace, ¼ to use of Eliz., ¼ to use of Emblyn
9 June 1766

[no title]  RD/762  1766

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Thos. Eastcott, querant; Rich. Eastcott and w. Joan, Grace Werring, wid., Eliz. and Emblyn Wevill, sprs., deforciants
Property as above
Easter term 1766.

[no title]  RD/763/1,2  1766

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £373-15-0
(1) Grace Werring of Lezant, wid., dau. of Wm. Wevill, decd., to (2) Emblyn Wevill of Northill, spr., her sister
¼ part of Penhole, Trughill and Trevorsdon
12/13 June 1766.

[no title]  RD/764/1,2  1766

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £747-10-0
(1) Rich. Eastcott of Broadwoodwidger, Devon, gent., and Eliz. Wevill of Northill, spr., to (3) Emline Wevill of Northill, spr., sister of Eliz.
Two quarter parts of Penhole, Trughill and Trevorsdon
26/27 Sep. 1766.

[no title]  RD/765  1766-1848

Contents:
Abstract of title of Francis Rodd, esq., to Penhole, Trughill and Fuidge

[no title]  RD/766  1864

Contents:
Agreement for exchange and agreement concerning watercourse
(1) Grace Davey, w. of Wm. D. of Saltash, gent., and Wm. D.; (2) their son Hen. D. of Northill; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
(1) to give to (3) half a field (tithe no. 1420) in Northill, in exchange for piece of land (tithe nos. 1234 and 1276) and right of way over it
Since Rodd's Penhole and Davey's Penhole would be greatly improved by provision of water power for working agricultural machinery
(2) to make watercourse from the stream on lower side of field (tithe no. 1238) to communicate with watercourse made by (1), and to construct a pond and continue watercourse towards farms in order to work machinery
25 July 1864.

[no title]  RD/767  1865

Contents:
Award of Jas. Somer of Mill, St. Clether, land agent, umpire, and Jn. Huxham of Launceston, auctioneer, and Chris. Spear of St. Dominic, yeo., arbitrators
Recites: agreement concerning watercourse, 1864 (as above)
2 Sep. 1865.

Ryland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/768  1714

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration: £12-9-0 by (2) to (1)
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd; (2) Thos. Darley, sen. of Northill, gent; (3) Thos. Darley, jun. of Northill, s. of (2)
(1) to (3):
Messuage, tenement and appurtenances called Ryeland, with common of pasture and estovers in Treveniel moor, premises being now in occ. of (2)
7 July 1714.

[no title]  RD/769/1,2  1738

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term (lease and release); consideration: £100 to (1) by (3) at request of (2)
(1) Theodore Darley of Battens, esq; (2) Thos. Darley of Northill, gent; (3) Rich. Hooper of Northill, yeo.
(1) to (3):
Messuage, tenement and premises called Ryeland with common of pasture and estovers in Treveniel moor
27/28 Apr. 1738.

[no title]  RD/770  1774

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term; consideration: £100
(1) Rich. Darley of Sheviock, yeo., to (2) Thos. Morgan of Liskeard, gent.
Ryeland tenement late in occ. of Ann Darley
5 Nov. 1774.

[no title]  RD/771  1786

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage for £131-3-0
(1) Rich. Darley of Sheviock, yeo., to (2) Rich. John of Northill, yeo.
Ryeland tenement
15 Mar. 1786.

[no title]  RD/772/1,2  1786

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £164 and £151
(1) Rich. Darley of Sheviock, yeo., and w. Jane; (2) Rich.
John of Northill, yeo; to (3) Jn. Barrett of Northill, yeo.
Ryeland tenement late in occ. of Rich. Hooper, decd., then of Ann Darley
18/19 Sep. 1786.

[no title]  RD/773/1,2  1787

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Jn. Barrett, querant; Rich. Darley and w. Jane, deforciants
Premises in Northill
Easter term 1787.

[no title]  RD/774/1-4  1817

Contents:
Lease and release, with covenant to levy a fine; consideration: £600
(1) Rich. Barrett of Northill, miller, and w. Annabella; (2) Wm. Barrett of Northill, yeo., and w. Eliz; (3) Eliz. Barrett of Liskeard, spr., Jn. Prout of Lifton, Devon, yeo., and w. Mary, Thos. Dungey of Bodmin, joiner, and w. Sarah, and Grace and Frances Barrett of Liskeard, sprs., (Eliz., Mary, Sarah, Grace and Frances all being daus. and legatees of Jn. B. late of Northill, decd.), to (4) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Ryeland tenement
21/22 Mar. 1817.
Also final concord (also counterpart).

[no title]  RD/775  1786, 1845

Contents:
Abstract of title to Ryeland tenement

Stenaford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/776/1-3  1722/23

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also counterpart release)
(1) Rob. Colling of Northill, yeo; (2) Rich. Luskey of Northill, yeo.; (3) Eliz. Luskey, spr., sister of (2), on marriage between (1) and (3)
(1) to (2) to use of (3):
Messuages, lands and tenements in Stenaford late in occ. of Rob. Gill, now of (1)
(2) to (1):
marriage portion of £200
21/22 Mar. 1722/23.

[no title]  RD/777  1722 (compiled 1845)

Contents:
Abstract of Luskey title to Stenaford

[no title]  RD/778/1,2  1805

Contents:
Deed to make tenant to the praecipe for suffering a recovery (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Colling of Northill, yeo., to (2) Chas. Luxmoore of Red Lion Square, Holborn, London, esq., and (3) Jas. Middlemist, gent.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Steneford
14/15 June 1805.

[no title]  RD/779  1805

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Jas. Middlemist, gent., demandant; Chas. Luxmoore, gent., tenant; Wm. Colling, vouchee
Stenaford
Trinity term 1805.

[no title]  RD/780/1,2  1806

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £1050
(1) Wm. Colling of Northill, yeo., brother and heir of Edw. C. decd., and heir of Rich. C. of Lewannick, decd., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Stenaford; also 3 closes of land (about 7 acres) part of Brendon tenement, being on e. side of tenement, and in village of Trevadlock in Lewannick
1/2 Oct. 1806.

Tolcarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/781  1721

Contents:
Mortgage for £200 by assignment of consideration moneys
(1) Chas. Grylls of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Tooker of Saltash, surgeon
Recites: lease of 1720 by Chas. and Mary Grylls to Nich. Evens for consideration of £200: messuage and tenement in Tolcarne in Northill; and 1/3 part of tenements in Tolcarne hill, all late in occ. of Kath. Even, wid., formerly Kath. Cole, reputed to be 1/3 part of Tolcarne tenement; also part of another messuage in Tolcarne, being a hall house with chamber adj. on n. side; another chamber, with stall, bakehouse, wainhouse, barn, courtelage, gdn, mowhay, Broad Park, Little Meadow, Bovetown and New Park, the Hill, Foretor, Stone acre, Spitt close and 1/3 part of grove or wood, with common of pasture and turbary in Treveage and Tolcarne moors;
assignment of 1720 by Nich. Evens to Chas. Grylls as £200 mortgage, moiety of Trencreek Easter tenement in St. Veep, late in occ. of Nich. Frethy, then of Jn. Evens, brother of Nich. E.
19 July 1721.

Trekernell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/782  1595

Contents:
Bond in £40 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Thos. Finch sen. of Trekernell, Northill, gent., and Thos. Finch jun., to (2) Hen. Square, esq.
22 Dec. 1595.

[no title]  RD/783/1,2  1597

Contents:
Bargain and sale (also counterpart); consideration: £300
(1) Thos. Finch, jun. of Trekernell, gent., to (2) Hen. Spore of Trebath, esq.
Capital messuage and farm called Trekernell
26 Oct. 1597.

[no title]  RD/784  1600

Contents:
Quitclaim
Parties and property as above
23 June 1600.

[no title]  RD/785  1631

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement (lease for life of Gertrude, w. of Hen. Spoore; term to begin after his death)
Consideration: for better livelihood of Gertrude, w. of Hen. Spoore
(1) Hen. Spoore, s. of Rich. S. of Trebarth, gent., to (2) Chris. Baitson of Chulmeley, Devon, clerk, and Adam Williams of Cornwood, Devon, gent.
Trecarnell
6 Dec. 1631.

[no title]  RD/786  1709

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., to (2) Edw. Dennys of Liskeard, gent., steward and agent for Sir Wm. Carew of Antony
Trecarnell or Trekernell
8 Nov. 1709.

[no title]  RD/787  1713

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Wm. Carew of East Antony, bart., to (2) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B.
Trecarnell or Trekernell
7 Oct. 1713.

[no title]  RD/788/1,2  1713

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration £247 paid by (2) to Rich. Bligh, present steward of Sir Wm. Carew
(1) Edw. Dennys of Liskeard, gent., to (2) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. of Bochym, esq., decd.
Trecarnell, mortgaged 1709 by Renatus Bellott to (1) for £200
7/8 Oct. 1713.

[no title]  RD/789/1-3  1714

Contents:
Lease and release (also counterpart release); consideration: £50
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd., to (2) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent.
Trecarnell or Trekernell, with common of pasture and turbary on Trevage moors
7/8 May 1714.

[no title]  RD/790  1714

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term (bargain and sale); consideration: £200 by (2) to (1)
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B., esq., decd., and Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren; (2) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent; (3) Rich. Wadge, gent., s. of (2)
Property as above
10 May 1714.

[no title]  RD/791/1,2  1757

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £500
(1) Rich. Welsh of Launceston, gent., s. and exor. of Phil. Welsh, gent., decd; (2) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (3) Wm. Laskey of Northill, yeo.
Trecarnell or Trekernell, in occ. of Wm. Laskey, with common of pasture and turbary in Trevage moors
24/25 Oct. 1757.

[no title]  RD/792/1,2  1794-1799

Contents:
Lease and release to make tenant to the praecipe for suffering a common recovery; and conveyance of moiety; consideration: £650
(1) Wm. Wevill of Northill, yeo., s. of Jn. W. of Lewannick, yeo., and w. Joan, and Walter Reed of Lezant, yeo., s. of Rich. R. late of Lezant, decd., and w. Eliz., to (2) Chas. Luxmore of Middle Temple, Westminster, gent; (3) Arthur Peter of Northill
Trekarnell or Trekernell, late the lands of Peter Wadge, decd., then of Wm. Luskey (moiety of property now being conveyed from Walter Reed to Wm. Wevill
1/2 Nov. 1794.
Also certificate of registration of contract at Land Tax office, 1799.

[no title]  RD/793  1794

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Arthur Peter, demandant; Chas. Luxmoore of Middle Temple, gent., tenant; Wm. Wevill and Walter Reed, vouchees
Trekernell or Trecarnell, with common of pasture and turbary on Trevage moor
Michaelmas term 1794.

Tresellern  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/794/1,2  1778

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £150
(1) Wm. Darley of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., esq., devisee of will of Theodore Darley of New Inn, Mddx., decd., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Moiety of tenements in Tresellorn or Treselin, late the property of Theodore Darley, decd.
6/7 Jan. 1778.

Treswell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/795  1684

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration: £120
(1) Rich. Wills of Treswell, Northill, yeo., to (2)
Sampson Garland of Lewannick, thatcher
1/3 part of Treswell tenement with 22 acres of land
16 Aug. 1684.

[no title]  RD/796/1,2  1736

Contents:
Lease and release
Consideration: (2) has undertaken to pay his sisters Eliz. and Wilmot £30 each within a yr after (1)'s death, and further £10 to lessee's granddaus. (Eliz. and Wilmot) at 21
(1) Sampson Garland of Northill, thatcher, to (2) his s. Edw. Garland of Northill, yeo.
1/3 part of tenement in Treswell, late the inheritance of Jn. Kendall, esq., decd., late in occ. of Rich. Wills
22/23 June 1736.

[no title]  RD/797  1738

Contents:
Mortgage for £70 (500 yr lease)
(1) Edw. Garland of Northill, yeo., to (2) Vincent Darley of Callington, gent., Rich. Treise of Callington, joiner, trustees of will of Joan Ramsey, wid., decd., on behalf of her grandson Jn. Page, a minor
Property as above
8 Apr. 1738.

[no title]  RD/798  1739

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £86-13-0
(1) Edw. Garland of Northill, yeo; (2) Sampson Garland of Linkinhorne, yeo; (3) Jn. Coumbe of Northill, yeo.
(1) to (3) to use of (2):
1/3 part of tenement in Treswell with 22 acres of land, late in occ. of Rich. Wills, being part of 1/3 part of manor of Treffries formerly the inheritance of Jn. Kendall of Treworgy, esq., decd.
26/27 Mar. 1739.

[no title]  RD/799  1739

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term; consideration: £73-7-0 to (1) by (2)
(1) Vincent Darley of Callington, gent., and Rich. Treise of Callington, gent., and Rich. Treise of Callington, joiner, to (2) Sampson Garland of Linkinhorne, yeo; (3) Edw. Garland of Northill, yeo.
1/3 part of tenement in Treswell (as above)
27 Mar. 1739.

[no title]  RD/800/1,2  1739

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term; consideration: £100 (also counterpart)
(1) Sampson Garland of Linkinhorne, yeo., to (2) Jn. Davy of Linkinhorne, yeo.
1/3 part of tenement in Treswell (as above)
27 Mar. 1739.

[no title]  RD/801  1749/50

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term; consideration: £115
(1) Jn. Davy of Linkinhorne, yeo., exor. of Jn. D. of Rafters, Linkinhorne, decd., to (2) Vincent Darley of Battens, gent.
Property as above
20 Jan. 1749/50.

[no title]  RD/802  1728

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Thos. Waddon of Tonacombe, esq., s. of Thos. W., decd., Edw. Waddon, gent., Wm. Waddon, clerk, Dennys, Isaac and Granville Waddon, younger sons of Thos. W. decd., to (2) Wm. Wevill of Northill, yeo.
1/3 part of Treswell, part of manor of Treffries, late in occ. of Dan. Jasper, decd.
25 Mar. 1728.

[no title]  RD/803  1758

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term; consideration £107 by (3) to (1), £43 to (2) by (3)
(1) Eliz. Clark of St. Dominic, spr., extrix of Joseph C., clerk, her brother; (2) Jn. Burnaford of Rillaton, Linkinhorne, yeo; (3) Peter Ilurdon of Northill, yeo.
(1) and (2) to (3):
1/3 part of messuage and tenement called Treswell consisting of an old dwelling-house, field called Undertown, with meadow under, two Bovetowns, park above the house, orchard meadow, 1/3 Meana Meadow, 2 little orchards and the dung pool in front of the house
25 Mar. 1758.

[no title]  RD/804/1,2  1778

Contents:
Lease and release to make a tenant to the praecipe for suffering a common recovery; consideration: £1330
(1) Jn. Hurdon of Egloskerry, gent., and w. Mary; (2) Jn. Lyne of Liskeard, esq; (3) Jas. Martin of Inner Temple, London, gent; (4) Nich. Foott of Northill, gent.
(1) to (4):
Messuage and tenement in Treswell, with common of pasture in Treswell Green
6/7 Nov. 1778.

[no title]  RD/805  1778

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery (in English)
Nich. Foott, gent., demandant; Jas. Martin, gent., tenant; Jn. Hurdon and w. Mary, vouchees
Treswell and Treswell Green
Michaelmas term 1778.

[no title]  RD/806  1766-1783

Contents:
Abstract of title to tenements in Treswell:
- tenement lately purchased by Nich. Foot from Jn. Hurdon formerly the lands of Jn. H.'s great-grandfather Peter H.;
- 1/3 part of other messuage in Treswell part of manor of Treffries late Burnaford's, then the property of Peter Hurdon for remainder of 500 yr term granted in will of Thos. Waddon;
- part of Treswell formerly in possession of Jn. Vincent then of Theodore Darley then of Vincent Darley
1766-1783.

[no title]  RD/807  1803

Contents:
Articles of agreement to sell; consideration: £315
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, surgeon, and Jn. Arscott of Plympton Earle, Devon, surgeon, to (2) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent.
Garland's Treswell, in occ. of Arthur Peter
1 Oct. 1803.

[no title]  RD/808/1,2  1804

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £315
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, surgeon, and w. Martha; (2) rev. Jn. Arscott of Plympton Earle, Devon, s. of Jn. A., decd; (3) Martha Ann Arscott of Plympton Earle, wid. of Jn. A., decd, to (4) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent.
Messuage or tenement called Treswell or Garland's Treswell with land belonging (about 10 acres), late in occ. of Jn. Bond, now of Arthur Peter
9/10 Mar. 1804.

[no title]  RD/809/1,2  1824

Contents:
Assignment of 500 yr term in trust for securing £1500 (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent.; (2) Penelope Harris of Hayne, Devon, now living in Rome, spr.; (3) Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston, gent.
(1) to (3):
Tenement in Treswell with common of pasture on Treswell and Treswell Green, formerly the lands of inheritance of Peter Hurdon of Northill, butcher, decd, being below the w. side of the road from Trenhorne lane to Congdon's shop, thence bounded by the Liskeard road on s. so far as Four-acres gate, on s.w. bounded with 3 closes of land belonging to Rich. Johns, thence towards n.w. by Newhams until it reaches Trenhorne; also West Park field
11/12 Mar. 1824.

[no title]  RD/810/1,2  1829

Contents:
Lease and release in trust to secure repayment of £1500
(1) Jn. King Lethbridge of Tregear, gent; (2) Penelope Harris of Hayne, Devon, spr; (3) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent., to (4) rev. Wm. Walter Gurney of Bratton Clovelly, clerk
Messuage and tenement in Treswell with common of pasture in Treswell and Treswell Green, formerly the lands of Peter Hurdon
1/3 part of tenement at Treswell, part of manor of Treffries
19/20 Apr. 1829.

[no title]  RD/811  1829

Contents:
Further charge for securing £300
(1) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent., to (2) rev. Wm. Walter Gurney of Bratton Clovelly, Devon
Messuage and tenement in Treswell (as above)
20 Apr. 1829.

[no title]  RD/812/1,2  1833

Contents:
Further charge, and conveyance of other lands to secure £900 (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent., to (2) rev. Wm. Walter Gurney of Bratton Clovelly, Devon, clerk
Messuages and appurtenances in Treswell, with common of pasture in Treswell and Treswell Green; also ¼ part of Treswell, being the higher house with chamber over; the backs, with a way through to the backs; little orchard adj. on n. side of the backs; West Town, Lower Wester North Park, Higher Wester North Park, two South Parks and adj. moor, with common of pasture in Treswell and Treswell Green; also 1/3 part of messuage and tenement of Treswell, part of manor of Treffries
19/20 July 1833.

[no title]  RD/813  1836

Contents:
Mortgage by Grant of freehold premises; assignment of leasehold premises, for securing £250
(1) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent., to (2) Rob. Baker of Bridgewater, Somerset, surgeon
Messuage or dwelling-house with barn and other outbuildings, gdn, orchard, townplace, mowhay, and common called Treswell Green; Orchard Meadow; Town Meadow; Mead Park; Home Undertown; New Park; Green lane head close; Lane gate close or Four Acres; Lane head ground; Quarry Fillbridge; Home Park; West Park; Higher and Lower West Parks; Higher and Lower South Grounds; South Ground Marsh, all in Northill, and known as Hurdon's Treswell and Darley's Treswell, for many years in occ. of Wm. Foott
Also close called Moway or Park Meadow; Burnaford's Undertown; Quarry Bovetown; part of Mena Meadow, all in Northill, part of manor of Treffries, formerly called Burnaford's Treswell, but which for many years has been held with Hurdon's and Darley's Treswell as one farm by Wm. Foott
5 Feb. 1836.

[no title]  RD/814/1,2  1836

Contents:
Transfer of mortgage (lease and release)
(1) Wm. Walter Gurney of Bratton Clovelly, Devon, clerk; and (2) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent., to (3) Patrick Heron Cockburn of Charlinch, Somerset, esq., and Timothy Richard Holmes of Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, gent.
Hurdon's and Darley's Treswell
3/4 Feb. 1836.

[no title]  RD/815  1836

Contents:
Affidavit and declaration of Wm. Foott of Treswell in Northill, gent., and Rich. Wicket, labourer to Wm. F.
R.W. has been servant or hind to Wm. F. for nearly 40 yrs and is well acquainted with Treswell in Northill, which has been in the exclusive possession of Wm. F. ever since R.W. started to work there
W.F. states that his father Nich. F. decd. gave him possession of Treswell; in 1798 he took down the old houses standing there and built the present house, went to live there, and has been there ever since; Treswell consists of 3 tenements called Burnaford's, Hurdon's and Darley's
16 Apr. 1836.

[no title]  RD/816  1841

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration: £3000 to (1), £250 to (3), £585 to (4), by (6)
(1) Patrick Heron Cockburn of Charlinch, Somerset, esq; (2) Christiana Ann Holmes of Bury St. Edmunds, wid., Jn. Jackson of Bury St. Edmunds, gent., and Jn. Deck of Bury St. Edmunds, bookseller; (3) Rob. Baker of Bridgwater, Somerset, surgeon; (4) Joseph Brown of Liskeard, gent; (5) Wm. Foott of Treswell, Northill, yeo., and w. Honor; (6) rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall; (7) Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, gent.
Messuage or dwelling-house with gdn or pleasure ground in front, and barton or townplace adj., with barns, stables, cattle sheds and other outbuildings, mowhay, pond, Treswell Green, the fruit gdn, courtelage at back of house, with waggon house and building there, also higher orchard, back meadow, gdn, town meadow, Mead Park, Undertown, and other fields (named);
Also tenements and messuages in or near Treswell, Higher Treswell and Congdon's Shop;
Also messuage or tenement called Garland's Treswell
Plan on dorse
23 Nov. 1841.

[no title]  RD/817/1,2  1734-1840

Contents:
Abstract of title to Dilling's Meadow alias Great Meadow at Treswell

[no title]  RD/818  1841

Contents:
Declaration of Wm. Foott of Treswell, Northill, gent., concerning his ownership and occupation of Treswell, with details of purchases, leaseholds, etc.
27 Nov. 1841.
Endorsed: "Foott to Rodd: declaration of vendor"
Attached: plan of Treswell and Congdon's shop.

Trewithy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/819  1573

Contents:
Copy bargain and sale; consideration: £48
(1) Peter Edgcumbe of Mount Edgcumbe, esq., and Edw. Edgcumbe, gent., his brother, to (2) Jn. Lampen sen. of Linkinhorne, gent.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Trewithie in Northill, and Carneglas or Carnegleis and Polglase in Altarnun
31 May 1573.

[no title]  RD/820  1662

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £37-10-0
(1) Jn. Lampen of Padreda, esq., to (2) Jn. Luskie jun. of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Trewithie late in occ. of Geo. Vincent, with common of pasture on Twelve Men's Moor
7 Apr. 1662.

[no title]  RD/821  1708-1783

Contents:
Abstract of title of Wm. Darley esq., to Westway in Trewithy, and other lands, including Rillaton manor

[no title]  RD/822/1,2  1783-1866

Contents:
Lease and release: consideration: £680
(1) Wm. Darley of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., esq., and w. Mary; (2) Hen. Chalcraft of St. Clement Danes, Mddx., gent., to (3) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Tenement called Westaway or Westhouse or Trewithy
24/25 Mar. 1783.
Endorsed: memorandum of settlement of premises on marriage between Jn. Luskey and Jane Ann Hicks, 11 Sep. 1866.

[no title]  RD/823  1783

Contents:
Bond in £500 to indemnify from payment of annuity
(1) Wm. Darley of Darley Ash, Bovingdon, Herts., esq., to
(2) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Property as above, out of which an annuity was formerly granted to Eliz. Darley, wid., to whom (1) is to pay £39 yearly
25 Mar. 1783.

[no title]  RD/824  1866

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement
(1) Jn. Luskey of Northill, gent; (2) Jane Ann Hicks of Lanteglos-by-Fowey, apr; (3) Hen. Short of Launceston, accountant: (4) Wm. Hicks of Fowey, merchant; (5) Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, attorney-at-law, on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3) to use of (2):
Messuage and tenement called Little Hurdon in Altarnun; also Westaway or Westhouse or Trewithy in Northill
11 Sep. 1866

[no title]  RD/825  1780

Contents:
Pre-nuptial deed of covenant; consideration: to make a suitable marriage portion
(1) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo; (2) Eliz. Taylor of St. Cleer, spr; (3) Rob. Taylor of St. Cleer, butcher, her father, on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3), in case (2) survives (1):
Settlement of annuity of £10 chargeable on (1)'s freehold tenement called Little Hurdon in Alterman, which he lately purchased from Thos. Whale of Altarnun
3 Apr. 1780

Trewortha  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/826/1,2  1567

Contents:
Bargain and sale (also counterpart); consideration: £93-6-8
(1) Jn. Kestell of Bodmin, yeo., and s. Thos. K., to (2) Thos. Spore of Northill, esq., and w. Jane
Messuages, lands and tenements in Trewortha, except one farthing of land which Thos. Kestell holds for his life by lease from Rich. Roscarrek, esq; also lands and tenements in Twelffe men more
8 Aug. 1567

[no title]  RD/827  1567

Contents:
Bond in £200 to perform covenants in deed of even date
Parties as above
8 Aug. 1567

[no title]  RD/828  1638

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £50
(1) Thos. Meddope of Cambridge, bachelor of divinity, s. of Stephen M., clerk, decd., and Jas. Meddope of Duloe, gent.. to (2) Rich. Spore of Trebath, esq.
¼ part of messuages, lands and tenements called Trewortha and Twelve mens moor in Northill
19 Nov. 1638

Uphill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/829  1762-1779

Contents:
Assignment of mortgage; consideration: £50 to (1) by (3)
(1) Jn. Caunter of Southill, blacksmith, exor. of will of Wm. C., decd; (2) Eliz. Budge if Northill, wid. of Rich. B. late of Stokeclimsland, yeo., decd; (3) Rob. Bunbury of Korthill, yeo.
Houses, gdns, orchards and meadows in Uphill in Worthill late in occ. of Emanuel Budge then of Wm. Coad now of Eliz. Budge (mortgaged by (2) to Wm. Caunter in 1762 by 100 yr lease)
22 Sep. 1779
Endorsed: bond to secure payment.

[no title]  RD/830  1787

Contents:
Mortgage for £150 (bargain and sale)
(1) Wm. Budge of Northill, yeo., to (2) Jeffery King Dingley of Henada in Linkinhorne, yeo.
Uphill or Lahill or Downhill, Ridgwood, Bathpool and Tresellyn in Northill, late in occ. of Emanuel Bude, then of Rob. Dawe, then of Eliz. Budge, wid.
22 Mar. 1787

[no title]  RD/831/1,2  1791

Contents:
Mortgage for £150 (lease and release)
(1) Jeffery King Dingley of Henada, Linkinhorne, yeo., (2) Wm. Budge of Northill, yeo., to (3) rev. Jn. Woolcock of Northill
Property as above
17/18 Mar. 1791
Endorsed: receipts for repayments.

[no title]  RD/832/1,2  1806

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £150 and further £250
(1) Emlin Woolcock of Northill, wid. of rev. Jn. W. late of Northill, decd., mortgagee of premises; (2) Wm. Budge of Northill, yeo., to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Uphill otherwise Lahill otherwise Downhill, Ridgwood, Bathpool and Tresellen, in occ. of (2)
1/2 July 1806

[no title]  RD/833/1,2  1823

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £50
(1) Rich. Cradock of Bodmin, gent., and Thos. Cradock of Bodmin, gent; (2) Jn. Peter of Northill, yeo., and w. Eliz., to (3) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Dwelling-house with small courtelage in front, with moiety of the barn, at the village of Uphill, bounded on all sides with lands of (3); also gdn, mowhay or waste spot of ground in front of dwelling-house in Uphill; also gdn in Uphill bounded on w. with road from Bathpool to Northill churchtown
7/8 Oct. 1823

Way Cross  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/834  1875

Contents:
Conveyance; consideration: £250
(1) Jn. Budge of Northill, yeo., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Two dwelling-houses with outbuildings and premises at Way Cross, Northill, formerly known as Way Cross Poor Houses; also piece of land part of East Berriow estate in Northill called Higher Cross field
27 Mar. 1875

Waylands  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/835  1738-1799

Contents:
Abstract of title of Reginald Pole Carew to manor of Sheviock, of which certain lands called Homer and Easter Waylands are in Northill

[no title]  RD/836  1766-1800

Contents:
Abstract of title to Bowhayland otherwise Wayland

[no title]  RD/837/1,2  1800

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £1069
(1) Reginald Pole Carew of East Antony, esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuage lands and tenement in Northill, part of manor of Sheviock, called Weylands or Homer Weylands late in occ. of Mary Bowhay; also 3 fields called Higher, Little and Lower Weylands formerly 2 fields called Higher and Easter Weylands late in occ. of Mary Harvey
17/18 Feb. 1800

[no title]  RD/838/1 & 2  1800

Contents:
Deed to make tenant to the praecipe for suffering a common recovery (lease and release)
(1) Reginald Pole Carew of East Antony, esq; (2) Jn. Philpot jun. of Red Lion Square, Middx., gent; (3) Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.
3 fields called Higher, Little and Lower Waylands (about 28 acres), part of manor of Sheviock, late in occ. of Mary Harvey
17/18 Jan. 1800

[no title]  RD/839  1800

Contents:
Exemplification of a common recovery
Chas. Rashleigh, demandant; Jn. Philpot, jun., tenant; Reginald Pole Carew, vouchee
Property in Northill
Hilary term 1800

Wevill's tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/840/1,2  1792

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £90
(1) Edw. Archer of Trelaske, Lewannick, esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Close of land or meadow with adj. orchard, part of tenement called Wevill's, late in occ. of Margery Turner, wid.
15/16 Aug. 1792

Unspecified: plot for mill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/841  1840

Contents:
1000 yr demise; rent 5/-
Consideration: buildings erected on plot
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Rich. Buckingham of Northill, millwright
Piece or spot of land in Northill bounded on n. with road leading from Bathpool to Lewarne, on e. with Grift meadow, on s. with Jn. Peter's land, on w. with the old channel of the watercourse now working the mill erected by lessee; with liberty to use drain or watercourse now made through Grift meadow as a channel to convey water from any mill or machinery on the premises to the river; drain to be kept securely covered so that no water may escape over the meadow, and so that the grass may grow thereon; house not to be used for sale of beer or cider
Plan in margin
20 Nov. 1840

[no title]  RD/842  1860

Contents:
1000 yr demise; rent 2/6
Consideration: lessee to erect buildings
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Buckingham of Northill, millwright
Piece of land in Northill bounded on n. with road from Bathpool to Lewarne, on e. and s. with Grift meadow, on w. with a gdn and bone mill sometime since erected by lessee
Plan in margin
13 July 1860

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/843  1648

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement and grant of annuity for 60 yrs
(1) Hen. Spoure sen. of Trebath, esq., to (2) Humphry Prideaux of Hauckeford, Devon, gent., on marriage between (1)'s son Hen. S. and Eliz., dau. of Edm. Speccott of Anderdon, esq.
Annuity of £40 out of Trebath, Lamaren, and Trekernell, to use of Eliz.
29 July 1648

[no title]  RD/844  1845

Contents:
Release of legacies
(1) Edw. Peter of Northill, yeo., Rob. Peter of Northill, yeo., Thos. Peter of Brentor, Devon, yeo., Rich. Peter of West Bromwich, Birmingham, officer of excise, and Jn. West of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, yeo., and w. Eliz. Hender, to (2) Sam. Peter of Illand, Northill, yeo.
Recites: will of Jn. Peter of Illand, 1843, leaving West Illand to Sam., also Kingbear, Whittamoor and Bowda, all in Northill, and Palmer's Illand, Stacey's Illand and Eliot's tenement
Sam. P. has discharged legacies in father's will, out of properties left to him
29 Sep. 1845

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Addscroft  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/845  1822

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Sarah; s. Wm.); rent 10/-
(1) Jn. Davy of Northill, yeo., to (2) Stephen Smeeth of Trewen, labourer
Piece of ground with 2 cottages lately erected by lessee with gdns and enclosures belonging, being part of Simmons' meadow in Northill, part of Addscroft tenement
2 July 1822

[no title]  RD/846  1860

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £80
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Dawe of Berriow, Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Addscroft; also Berriow
Good husbandry clauses
7 Apr. 1860

[no title]  RD/847  1867

Contents:
Agreement to lease for 14 yrs; rent £44-6-9
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Jones of Northill, miller
Addacroft
4 Jan. 1867.

[no title]  RD/848  1868

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £44-7-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Jones of Northill, miller
Messuage, tenement, farm and lands called Addicroft late in occ. of Wm. Dawe
Good husbandry clauses
Schedule of fields at end of lease
27 May 1868.

Bastreet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/849  1549/50

(Chewed by mice).

Contents:
21 yr lease (to commence after death of lessor's mother Johan Bonde, if lessee is still alive); rent 16/- and 2 geese at Michaelmas; 1 days' harvest work at Erth or 4d; heriot a best beast
(1) Rich. Bonde, esq., to (2) Rich. Bannock
Lands and tenements in Bassestreete which Thos. Spoure sen. and Rich. Bannock now hold
4 Jan. 1549/50.

[no title]  RD/850  1567/68

Contents:
Lease for life of lessee; rent 17/- and 2 geese at Michaelmas; Heriot a best beast
(1) Wm. Bonde, esq., to (2) Rob. Brendon of St. Dominic
Lands and pasture called Bastrete with common belonging, reserving to (1) the feeding of 2 oxen or 6 steer cattle in the best pasture; lands not to be let for tillage without special licence of (1)
8 Mar. 1567/68.

[no title]  RD/851  1571/72

Contents:
Lease for life of lessee; rent 17/4
Consideration: Rob. H. has procured Rob. Brendon to surrender a lease made by Wm. Bond to Rob. B.
(1) Wm. Bonde of Erth in St. Stephen-by-Saltash, esq., to
(2) Johan, w. of Rob. Harte
Tenement in Bastrete with common of pasture belonging, reserving to (1) the feeding of 2 oxen or 6 steers in the best pasture from 3 May until St. Dennis' day (9 Oct.); not to let land for tillage except with special licence of (1)
20 Jan. 1571/72.

[no title]  RD/852  1593

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Chris. H.); rent 20/-; consideration: £25
(1) Wm. Bonde of Earth, esq., to (2) Jn. Harris of Lanrest, esq.
Messuages lands and tenements called Bastrete with common of pasture belonging, formerly in occ. of Rob. Harte, gent., his w. Johan and dau. Johan
7 Oct. 1593.

Bathpool  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/853/1,2  1853

Contents:
60 yr lease; rent £1-15-0 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £5; lessee within 2 yrs to build a good substantial and comfortable dwelling-house of stone and mortar, instead of the present dilapidated house
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Buckingham of Lewarne, Northill, millwright
Dilapidated cottage or dwelling-house, courtelage, gdn and orchard at Bathpool, bounded on n., w., s. and e. with Jn. Peter's land
Plan in margin
9 Apr. 1853.

Beare  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/854  1749

Contents:
Assignment and appointment of attorney; consideration: £120 by (2) to (1)
(1) Jn. Keast late of Northill, now of St. Dominic, mason
(2) Ben. Darley of Northill, yeo; (3) Alice Rodd of Trebartha, wid.
(3) to demand a surrender at Rillaton manor court of lands and premises being 4 fields called The Croft, Canna Park, Two Parks and Lidgate, with orchard, barn, an old pair of walls lately a dwelling-house, being 1/3 part of tenement called Beare in village of Lewarne
3 Jan. 1749.

[no title]  RD/855  1753

Contents:
Declaration of trust of admission to lands of Duchy manor of Rillaton
Consideration: (1) owes (3) £120
(1) Ben. Darley of Northill, yeo; (2) his s. Ben. D. jun.
(3) Alice Rodd of Northill, wid.
1/5 part of Bear tenement, part of Duchy manor of Rillaton
22 Nov. 1753.

[no title]  RD/856  1796

Contents:
Defeazance
(1) Jn. Martin of Linkinhorne, mason, to (2) Rob.
Burnberry of Linkinhorne, yeo.
1/5 part of messuage and tenement called Beare, part of customary lands of Duchy manor of Rillaton (held by (1) as tenant by surrender and admission in trust for (2))
20 June 1796.

[no title]  RD/857  1821

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Rillaton
Consideration: £425
(1) Mary Botters, with consent of husband Thos. B., to
(2) Francis Hearle Rodd, esq.
1/5 part of Beare
3 Apr. 1821.

[no title]  RD/858  1821

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Rillaton
(1) Jn. Martin to (2) Mary Botters
1/5 part of Beare
3 Apr. 1821.

[no title]  RD/859  1833

Contents:
Admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Rillaton
Francis Hearle Rodd, esq.
New Takes, Beare, being a piece of waste land adj. Francis Hearle Rodd's tenement of Beare
28 Oct. 1833

[no title]  RD/860  1798-1812

Contents:
Extract from Assession books, manor of Rillaton, relating to Beare tenement, 1798, 1805, 1812.

Berriow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/861  1764

Contents:
13 yr lease; rent £17
(1) Patience Baker of St. Austell, wid., to (2) Edw. Foote of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Berriow with the little dwelling-house at the end of the lane, late in occ. of Jn. Lillick, decd., now of Edw. Foote; also pasture and weeding of all the coppice wood called Hawk's wood
Good husbandry clauses
1 June 1764.

[no title]  RD/862  1744

Contents:
Admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landryne
(1) Vincent Darley of Northill, gent., and w. Eliz., to
(2) Edw. Colling of Northill, yeo.
Close of land called Nodden being 1/3 part of West Berriow tenement
23 May 1744.

[no title]  RD/863  1744

Contents:
Bond in £100 to secure quiet enjoyment
(1) Rob. Colling of Northill, yeo., to (2) Vincent Darley of Battens, Northill, gent.
Vincent D. has at own cost put up life of Edw., s. of Rob. Colling, a minor, on a tenement called Noddon, part of Duchy manor of Landreyne; (1) to ensure quiet enjoyment to (2) during minority of Edw. C.
24 July 1744.

[no title]  RD/864  1792

Contents:
Admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
Eliz. Adams, spr.
"A Barren Rocky Close of Land called Noddon"
4 Apr. 1792.

[no title]  RD/865  1824

Contents:
Deed of covenant to surrender; consideration: £150
(1) Eliz. Colling of Okehampton, wid., and Ann Haydon Adams of Okehampton, spr., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
"A Barren Rocky Close of Land called Noddon Down", part of West Berriow tenement, part of manor of Landreyne which (2) has purchased from Duchy
17 Nov. 1824.

[no title]  RD/866  1762

Contents:
Admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
(1) Patience Baker of St. Austell, wid.; (2) her sons Jn. and Jonas
Tenement and appurtenances called West Berriow; also piece of land called Attock Wood, late in occ. of Jn. Lillick, decd.
29 Dec. 1762.

[no title]  RD/867  1775

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
(1) Patience Baker of St. Austell, wid., (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall
West Berriow and Attock Wood late in occ. of Jn. Lillick, decd.
24 Aug. 1775.

[no title]  RD/868/1,2  1777

Contents:
7 or 14 yr lease; rent £19
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Daw of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called West Berriow part of the annexed Duchy of Cornwall, late in occ. of Mary Foot alias Hocken
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1777.
Also particular and valuation of West Berriow "from a view taken of the premises by W.H." (Wm. Hole); gives field names and acreages.

[no title]  RD/869  1785

Contents:
Admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
Jn. Hawke of Lezant, husbandman; and Susanna and Thos., children of Thos. Hawke of Northill, husbandman
Cottage adj. Berriow bridge, and a small moor meadow (about ¼ acre) called Halfpenny meadow, about a mile from the cottage
21 Apr. 1785.

[no title]  RD/870  1787

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landryne
(1) Jn. Hawke, husbandman, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Cottage and meadow (as above)
27 Sep. 1787.

Berriow, Bowda, Lewarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/871  1868

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £41
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Trewin, yeo.
Messuages lands and tenements called Berriow, Bowda and Lewarne late in occ. of Wm. Dawe
Good husbandry clauses
Schedule of fields and acreages
1868 (day and month not given).

[no title]  RD/872  1875

Contents:
Surrender and lease for 14 yrs
(1) Thos. Trewin of Northill, yeo.; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Jn. Trewin of Northill, yeo.
(1) surrenders to (2) for new lease to (3)
Fields in East Berriow, Berriow and Bowda
25 Mar. 1875.

Berriow, Trebartha  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/873  1876

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £315-11-8
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.; (2) Thos. Barrett Smale of Northill, yeo.
Portions of Trebartha farm with contiguous lands; also portions of East Berriow farm, late in occ. of Wm. Tremayne Glanville
Schedule of lands at end of lease
2 May 1876.

Bonds Walls Mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/874/1,2  1794

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and w. J. Mary); rent £12 (also counterpart)
(1) Thos. Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, surgeon, and Jn. Arscott of Plympton, surgeon, to (2) Jn. Wickett of Northill, miller
Tenement and mill with the appurtenances called Bonds Walls Mill; also cott house part of Bonds Walls tenement now in occ. of Sam. Ball
25 Mar. 1794.

[no title]  RD/875  1829

Contents:
Surrender of leasehold; consideration: annuity of £13 payable to (1)
(1) Mary Wickett of Northill, wid., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha. Hall, esq.
Property as above
23 June 1829.

[no title]  RD/876/1,2  1829

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of leasee; w. Mary; s. Jn. Haddy Redstone); rent £12 (also counterpart)
Consideration: surrender of lease of Trebartha mills
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Redstone of Northill, miller
Bonds Walls mills with premises consisting of mill house and cottage where (2) now lives, with pigs' houses, outhouses and appurtenances, orchard adj. cottage, Nanny Reed's meadow, and piece of land (about ¾ acre) called The Ham
24 June 1829.

[no title]  RD/877  1833

Contents:
Copy pre-nuptial settlement (assignment of 99 yr lease)
(1) Jn. Bastow of Callington, wool-stapler; (2) Mary Redstone of Callington, wid; to (3) Rob. Beall, rope-maker, and Jn. Beall, draper, both of Devonport, on marriage between (1) and (2)
Property as above
10 May 1833.

[no title]  RD/878/1,2  1864

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr lease
(1) Mary Bastowe of Buckfastleigh, Devon, wid., to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Bonds Walls Mills, leased 1829 by Francis Hearle Rodd to Thos. Redstone; Thos. R. died, his wid. Mary now Mary Bastowe; rent in arrears for a considerable sum
16 May 1864.
Endorsed: "Battens Mills"
Also: Jn. Buckingham's bill for repairs to mill, in occ. of Wm. Redstone, 1863.

Higher Bowda, Poole Bridge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/879  1689/90

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Wm.); rent 26/8
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £10-10-0
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Wm. Wills of Northill, tailor
Messuages, lands and tenements in Higher Bowden alias Higher Bowda and Poole Bridge, with common of pasture in Treveniel moor for 150 sheep or a horse, mare or gelding for every 8 sheep or a bullock for every 4 sheep, all late in occ. of Hen. Lyne, decd.
3 Jan. 1689/90.

[no title]  RD/880  1729

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 26/8; consideration: £30
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Nich. Wills of Liskeard, tailor
Messuages, lands and tenements in Higher Bowden or Higher Bowda and Poole bridge, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor for 150 sheep, or 1 horse, mare or gelding for every 8 sheep, or 1 bullock for every 4 sheep, all late in occ. of Ken. Lyne, then of Wm. Wills, lessee's father
11 Dec. 1729.

Bowhay  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/881  1877

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £43-4-3
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Sam. Bennett of Northill, yeo.
Messuage, farm and lands called Bowhay (about 54 acres)
Good husbandry clauses
31 Mar. 1877.

West Calstock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/882/1,2  1703/04

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Rich. and Wm.); rent 15/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £180
(1) Jn. Jackman of St. Cleer, gent., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Northill, tanner
Moiety of tenement called West Callstock, with moiety of one Twelve Man's part in the Twelve Men's Commons adj. tenement
17 Jan. 1703/04.

[no title]  RD/883/1,2  1703/04

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Joan, and sons Wm. and Rich.); rent 15/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £120
Parties as above
Other moiety of West Callstock
17 Jan. 1703/04.

[no title]  RD/884  1708

Contents:
Assignment of leaseholds; consideration: 5/-
(1) Nich. Luskey of Northill, tanner, to (2) bro. Jn. L. of Northill, tanner
Both moieties of West Calstock, late in occ. of Jn. Barriball and Eliz. Borrow (leased 1703 by Jn. Jackman to (1) )
9 Sep. 1708.

Casland  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/885  1712/13

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Rob., s. of Edw. Colling late of Northill, decd.; lessee: and Susan, dau. of Thos. Daw late of Northill, decd.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £15-5-0
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd., and sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Joan Colling of Northill, wid.
Part of the common land and ground called Casland and in the ham underneath it; also part of a field called Wester Halland, formerly held with a tenement in Stenaver, part of manor of Tolcarne, late in occ. of Rob. Gaitch, then of Wm. Gill, then of Edw. Colling
10 Jan. 1712/13.

Churchtown tenement  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/886  1730

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Eliz.; and Wm., s. of Rob. Colling of Northill, yeo.); rent 21/-
Consideration: £230
(1) Grace Williams late of St. Stephen-by-Saltash, now of Plymouth, wid. of David W., clerk, decd., formerly called Grace Pethen, wid. of Jn. P.; and Ann Williams, dau. of David W., to (2) Wm. Ripper of Northill, tinner
Field called Undertown with watering place at lower and, with ham adj.; also Lower Meadow, part of tenement in Northill churchtown late in occ. of Jn. Luskey, decd; also 3 fields called Brambleland field and North Grounds, part of tenement late in occ. of Theodore Darley and Mary Luskey; also dwelling-house and gdn with adj. stable in Northill in occ. of Mary Heary; reserving to Grace and Ann Williams all that headwier erected on part of premises, with trench, mill dam or mill leat for conducting water from the river Lynner over part of leased premises to mill late Jn. Vincent's called Bond's Walls Mills
25 Mar. 1730.

[no title]  RD/887  1744

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr term
(1) Vincent Darley of Battens, Northill, gent., exor. of will of Theodore D. his father; (2) Jn. Streeke of Northill, yeo., and w. Eliz., lately called Eliz. Ripper, wid. of Wm. R., tinner, decd; (3) Arthur Peter of Northill, yeo.
(1) at request of (2) to (3)
Undertown and cliff and ham adj., with North Grounds (leased 1729 by Grace Williams to Wm. Ripper)
12 June 1744.

[no title]  RD/888/1,2  1837

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 1/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: natural love and affection
(1) Rev. Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to (2) Rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill, his son
3 fields or closes called Chapel Fields and orchard called Underhill (about 10 acres), part of churchtown tenement in Northill
14 Apr. 1837.

Coad's Green  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/889/1,2  1813

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Grace; dau. Mary); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: 5/-; lessee within 12 months to build "a neat and substantial cottage of durable materials"
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Martin Cradock of Northill, labourer
Piece of ground at Coad's Green on r.h.s. of road from Congdon's Shop to Callington (360' s. to w. and 55' broad), bounded on e. with road to Callington, on w. with Mr. Jenkin's land
Plan in margin
1 Sep. 1813.

[no title]  RD/890  1868

Contents:
Agreement by Francis Rodd to assignment by Mary Moyse of her leasehold cottage at Coad's Green to Edm. Jasper of Tremollett
4 Jan. 1868.

[no title]  RD/891  1873

Contents:
Surrender of 99 yr lease; consideration: £11-10-0
(1) Joseph Moyse of Northill, and w. Mary, and (2) Edm. Jasper of Northill, yeo., to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, Northill, esq.
Piece of ground at Coad's Green on r.h.s. of road from Congdon's Shop to Callington (leased 1813 by Francis Hearle Rodd to Martin Cradock)
11 July 1873.

Glebe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/892  1791

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £21
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Phil. Buckingham of Northill, yeo.
All that part of the glebe lands lying on higher side of road leading from Trebartha village to Northill church, with part of outhouses belonging
Good husbandry clauses
19 Sep. 1791.

[no title]  RD/893  1792

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £20
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Edw. Brown of Northill, cordwainer, and Nich. Foott of Northill, yeo.
Pasture of fields called Lower Sanctuary, Wood Sanctuary and the meadow under (part of Northill Glebe)
Good husbandry clauses
5 Jan. 1792.

[no title]  RD/894  1877

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £43
(1) Rev. Chas. Rodd of Northill Parsonage, to (2) Abraham Shute of Northill, yeo.
Fields, part of glebe land called Three Corners, Black Crofts, Beacon Parks, Higher Broom Park, Lower Broom Park, and Higher Sanctuary, with 2 acres of Great Sanctuary
Good husbandry clauses
26 Mar. 1877.

Glubhole  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/895  1861

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £8-14-2
(1) Francis Rodd of Northill, esq., to (2) Rob. Pearse of Northill, yeo.
Outside Cross Land and Inside Cross Land, part of Glubhole estate, late in occ. of Jn. Spear
8 June 1861.

[no title]  RD/896  1869

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £13-17-6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rob. Pearse of Northill, yeo.
Fields, part of Glubhole (Higher and Lower North Ground and North Ground)
Good husbandry clauses
24 Nov. 1869.

Kingbear  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/897  1721

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Mary and dau. Mary); rent 20/-
Consideration: £140
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Jn. Bowhay of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Northill called Kingbear late in occ. of Wm. Daw, decd., then of Joan Couch, wid.
27 July 1721.

Lewarne or Lamarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/898  1697

(Much of surface of document worn away).

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Jane; dau. Joan); rent 2/4
(1) Jn. Vincent of Battens, Northill, gent., to (2) Rich. Gynn of Northill, yeo.
House and old walls formerly a malt house at Lewarne, with orchards and fields
11 Nov. 1697.

[no title]  RD/899  1706

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee: w. Ann; dau. Hanna); rent 2/-
Consideration: lessee within 2 yrs to build convenient dwelling-house; also ½ guinea of gold
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., to (2) Caleb Harvey of Northill, husbandman
Plot of ground lately fenced in, part of Little Lamarne, being at lower end of the field inside Little Lamarne gate and adj. highway leading from Trebarth bridge to stenaford; with liberty to cut turf and furze on Treveniel moor
26 Mar. 1706.

[no title]  RD/900  n.d

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's dau.); rent 2/-; consideration: 21/6
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. of Bochym, esq., decd., and Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Caleb Hardy of Northill, husbandman
Dwelling-house and gdn enclosed by lessee out of a field part of Little Lamarne, adj. Lamarne gate, with liberty to cut turf and furze on Treveniel moor
16 Oct. (year torn away).

[no title]  RD/901  1676

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Alice; s. Robert); rent 5/-
Consideration: lessee within 4 yrs at own expense to build convenient dwelling-house; also £3
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Jn. Tipper of Northill, weaver
2 little quillets or parcels of land (about 1¼ acres) usually called Deniboll, part of the lands called Lamearne, bounded on e. with Lamearne lands, on w. with Lower Bowda, on n. with the hills, part of Treveniel moor, on n. with Stannaver, with common of pasture for 20 sheep on Treveniel moor, and liberty to cut furze and turf
11 May 1676.

[no title]  RD/902  1695

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Jn. T. jun.); rent 5/- consideration: £6
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Typper of Northill, weaver
Messuage and dwelling-house and other houses belonging and lately built by Jn. Typper, where he now lives, also 2 quillets of land (about 1¼ acres) called Denniboll, part of Lamarne, bounded on e. with Lamarne, on w. with Lower Bowda, on n.w. with the hills, part of Trevenniel, on n. with Stenaver; with common of pasture for 20 sheep on Treveniel moor, also liberty to cut furze and turf on Treveniel moor
29 Mar. 1695.

[no title]  RD/903  1709

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Christian; s. Thos.); rent 5/-
Consideration: £40
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochim, esq., to (2) Thos. Joll of Northill, husbandman
Messuage and dwelling-house with other houses belonging, lately erected by Jn. Typper, decd., also 2 quillets of land (1¼ acres) usually called Denniboll, part of Lamarne; also field called Little Bove Town being; part of Little Lamarne (1½ acres), late in occ. of Jn. Typper, with common of pasture for 20 sheep on Treveniel moor, with liberty to cut turf and furze
17 Oct. 1709.

[no title]  RD/904  1728

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Christian, Thos. and Jane); rent 5/-
Consideration: surrender of lease and £4-14-0
(1) Mary Gryles of Trebartha, wid., to (2) Christian Joll of Northill, wid.
Property as above
21 Nov. 1728.

[no title]  RD/905  1767

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and sons Rich. and Jas.); rent 10/-
Consideration: £46
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Rich. Philp of Northill, mason
Property as above
29 Sep. 1767.

[no title]  RD/906  1749/50

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £120
(1) Ben. Darley of Northill, yeo., to (2) Alice Rodd of Trebartha, wid.
Messuage and tenement called Lewarne (leased 1735 by Sam. Addis of Whiteford esq., to Ben. Darley)
3 Jan. 1749/50.

[no title]  RD/907  1863

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £18
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Horrell of Northill, yeo.
Parts of premises called Lewarne and Bathpool
Schedule of fields and acreages at end of lease
14 May 1863.

Newham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/908  1858

Contents:
50 yr lease; rent £13
(1) Hen. Robson Colling of Okehampton, gent; (2) Eliz. Ann Spettigue of Stonehouse-by-Plymouth, wid., to (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Moiety of messuage, tenement and premises called Newham
29 May 1858.

[no title]  RD/909  1861

Contents:
9 yr lease; rent £32-7-6
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Bray of Treswells, Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Newhams, late in occ. of Jn. Spear
Good husbandry clauses
23 Mar. 1861.

[no title]  RD/910/1,2  1869

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £32-7-6 (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Bray of Northill, yeo.
Messuage, tenement, farm and lands called Newhams, in occ. of lessee
Good husbandry clauses
24 Nov. 1869.

Stenaford  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/911  1677

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Edw., s. of Rob. Colling late of Northill, mason, decd., Margt., dau. of Rob. Colling); rent 23/-
Consideration: £120
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Wm. Gill of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Stenaford, part of manor of Treveniel, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor, late in occ. of Rob. Gaich
26 Nov. 1677.

[no title]  RD/912  1695

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's mother Johan, and Johan, dau. of Wm. Bennett of Northill, decd., lessee's intended wife); rent 10/-
Consideration: surrender of lease; also £10
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Gilbert Webb of Northill, husbandman
Messuage and tenement in Stenaford late in occ. of lessee's father Hen. Webb, with common of pasture and estovers on Treveniel moor
10 June 1695.
Endorsed: memorandum that lease which should have been surrendered cannot be found.

[no title]  RD/913/1,2  1721

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Rich., Mary and Edw.); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £110 and "a piece of broadgold"
(1) Chas. Grylls of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Joane Colling of Northill, wid.
Messuage and tenement in Stenaford late in occ. of Gilbert Webb, yeo., with common of pasture and estovers in Treveniel moor
3 Oct. 1721.

[no title]  RD/914/1,2  1729

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Rich., Mary and Edw.); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £100
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Joan Colling of Northill, wid.
Messuage and tenement in township and village of Stenaver, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor for 40 sheep and 6 bullocks, being the cattle of lessee and not hired or taken from any other person; also estovers on Treveniel moor, all late in occ. of Wm. Wadge and w. Agnes, then of Hen. Webb, then of Wm. Gill
25 Dec. 1729.

[no title]  RD/915  1806

Contents:
30 yr lease (life of lessee); rent £15
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Colling of Northill, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Stenaford
3 Oct. 1806.

[no title]  RD/916/1,2  1857

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £112
Consideration: surrender of former lease
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Shute of Northill, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenement called Stonaford (except Tar land and Long land); also part of a field part of tenement called Treveniel; also field called Ashcroft, part of Treveniel
Good husbandry clauses
12 Dec. 1857.

Stonaford; Tolcarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/917  1787

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £50
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Hen. Coumbe of Northill, yeo.
Tolcarne, and moiety of Coumbe's tenement, with 4 fields called Higher and Lower Castle land, Longham and Western Holland; also tenements called Stonaford and Webb's
Good husbandry clauses
20 Apr. 1787.

Tolcarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/918  1689

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Geo., s. of Wm. Joll of Lewannick, and Rob., s. of Rob. Harvey of Northill); rent 10/-
Consideration: £48
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Wm. Gill of Northill, yeo.
Close of land called Long Park, 2 closes called Middle Parks, one called the Collovagoe; Moor Meadow, Moor Park, South Town and Thetlands; also 1/6 part of lands and tenements in Tolcarne Hill, late in occ. of Rob. Gill
6 May 1689.

[no title]  RD/919  1712/13

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and s. Edw.); rent 10/-
Consideration: £40
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd., and Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Joan Colling of Northill, wid.
Property as above
12 Jan. 1712/13.

[no title]  RD/920  1764

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 20/-
Consideration: surrender of lease and 5/-
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Amy Evens of Northill, wid.
Messuage and tenement in Tolcarne, part of manor of Tolcarne, late in occ. of Nich. Evens
13 Nov. 1764.

Trebartha  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/921  1625

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Grace, dau. of Thos. Dawe of Northill, whom (2) intends to marry); rent 20/-
Consideration: £82
(1) Rich. Spore of Trebarth, esq., and s. Hen. S., gent., to (2) Jn. Burrowe of Northill, butcher
Tenement in Trebarth now in occ. of Mary Burrowe, wid., with common of pasture for 6 cattle in Trebarth moor
20 Oct. 1625.

[no title]  RD/922  1677

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Rich., s. of Jn. Luskey of Northill; and Grace, dau. of Jn. Burrow jun. of Northill, yeo); rent 20/-
Consideration: £130
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Burrow of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Trebarth, with common of pasture for 6 cattle on Trebarth moor and Twelve Men's Moor, and common of estovers in the moors, late in occ. of Bartholomew Hill, now decd.
26 Nov. 1677.

[no title]  RD/923  1695

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Wm., s. of lessee and Wm. Cornish); rent 2/-
Consideration: £3
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jane Cornish of Northill, wid.
Messuage and house lately erected and formerly called the Common Bakes in the town and village of Trebarth, adj. Trebarth manor pound, also herb gdn adj; also a linney lately erected in front of the door of the house, with common of pasture for all sorts of beasts in the town place or floor of Trebarth; also the former manor pound, with liberty for lessee to cut one day's journey of turf yearly on Tresay moor
11 Oct. 1695.

[no title]  RD/924  1699/1700

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Jn., s. of Jn. Edgcombe of Plymouth, merchant, lessee's bro; and Sampson, s. of Oliver White of Altarnun); rent 7/-
Consideration: £73-4-6 paid by lessee and his bro. Roger
(1) Renatus Bellott of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Rich. Edgcombe of Northill, scrivener
Barn and adj. mowhay, 4 closes of land called Northill Parks (6 acres), 2 closes called Home Slades (1¼ acres), all late part of tenement in Trebarth town, and which with other fields were late in occ. of Jn. Smyth, with common of pasture for 4 cattle in Trebarth moor and Twelve Men's Moor, and estovers in moor, and common in townplace
17 Jan. 1699/1700.

[no title]  RD/925  1703

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Jn.; dau. Mary); rent 20/-
Consideration: surrender of lease and £140
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Jn. Barriball jun. of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Trebath, late in occ. of Geo. and Wm. Daw, then of Jn. Burrow, with common of pasture for 6 cattle on Trebarth moor and Twelve Men's Moor, and common of estovers on moor
25 July 1703.

[no title]  RD/926/1,2  1716/17

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of bro. Jn. G., and Edw., s. of Sampson Garland of Northill, yeo.); rent 9/9 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £72
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., and w. Mary (dau. of Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, decd.), to (2) Stephen Geach of Northill, yeo.
2 fields called Greenapits and Kiln Park being part of the outlands of barton of Trebarth, with right to ride and drive from Trenhorne through fields called Thirteen Acres and Whitley into Greenapits, being the usual mill way from Trenhorne to Trebarth mills; also common of pasture on Twelve Men's Moor alias Sawmoor
21 Mar. 1716/17.

[no title]  RD/927  1716/17

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Grace, dau. of Philippa Gift of Lewannick, wid; and Wm., s. of Jn. Hockin of Lewannick, yeo); rent 6/-
Consideration: £12-6-8
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Jn. Sleep jun. of Trevadlake, Lewannick, yeo.
2 parcels of land in Northill called Fursdown and Longham being part of the outlands of Trebarth barton, with way to drive and carry from Trenhorne over Thirteen-Acre field to fields by the usual path towards lower end of Thirteen-Acres and between the marsh and the ley ground, with liberty to carry water from Thirteen-Acres into Fursdown and Longham for watering, also the usual mill way to Trebarth mills
21 Mar. 1716/17.

[no title]  RD/928  1716/17

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jn. Walter, lessee's grandson; also Jn. and Wm. Hoskin, sons of Jn. H. of Lewannick, yeo.); rent 7/6
Consideration: £56
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Wm. Walter of Lewannick, yeo.
Field called Lower Oxen Park (9 acres), part of the outlands of Trebarth barton, with liberty of the water from Higher Oxen Park
21 Mar. 1716/17.

[no title]  RD/929  1717

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Rich., s. of Rich. Luskey of Northill, yeo., lessee's bro., and lessee's daus. Eliz. and Mary); rent 7/6
Consideration: £57
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., and w. Mary, dau. of Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., decd., to (2) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Field in Northill called Higher Oxen Park (8 acres) part of the outlands of Trebarth barton (excepting to lessors the gutter for the water to run from Higher Oxen Park into Lower Oxen Park)
30 Apr. 1717.

[no title]  RD/930/1,2  1722/23

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Wm. Symons of Northill, mason; w. Joan; and Eliz., dau. of lessee); rent 2/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: surrender of lease and £4-10-0
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, to Edw. Deacon of Northill, mason
The hall-house, the little house inside the hall-house, 2 rooms under the hall and the pigs'-house inside the back court, with liberty of making a rick in the townplace and half a journey of furze and heath yearly from Trebartha moor and Twelve Men's Moor, all being part of a certain dwelling-house and other premises late in occ. of Jn. Harris, now in town or village of Trebarth
30 Jan. 1722/23.

[no title]  RD/931  1728

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and children Joan and Wm.); rent 15/4
Consideration: £84
(1) Mary Gryles of Trebartha, wid., to (2) Wm. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Fields called Whitley with 13 acres part of the outlands of Trebarth barton; also field called the wayslade adj. Whitley, being part of a tenement in Trebarth town, late in occ. of Grace Berriball, wid., decd., with common of pasture in Twelve Men's Moor, reserving to Mary G. the right to go through Thirteen-Acres field into Fursdown and Longham closes by the usual path towards the lower end of Thirteen-Acres and between the marsh and the ley ground there, with liberty to carry the water that comes into Thirteen-Acre field into Fursdown for watering; and the usual mill way to Trebarth mills
17 Oct. 1728.

[no title]  RD/932  1728

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, his bro. Wm., and Emblyn Isack, dau. of Thos. Isack of Northill); rent 20/-
Consideration: £210
(1) Mary Grylls of Trebartha, wid., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Trebarth town in occ. of lessee, with common of pasture for 6 cattle in Trebarthe Moor and Twelve Men's Moor, and common of estovers, to be spent on premises
31 Dec. 1728.

[no title]  RD/933/1,2  1731

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Joan; dau. Mary); rent 3/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £7-10-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Hen. Souther of Northill, husbandman
One little house late in occ. of Jn. Harris; also another dwelling-house late in occ. of Mary Harris, wid., premises being adj. dwelling-house late in occ. of Phineas Souther; also plot adj. dwelling-house sometime herb-gdn, and 5 staves of land lately hedged in and added to gdn, with one journey for turf on Twelve Men's Moor yearly, and commons and a rick place in Trebarth town floor; also a ladder place in the court of Phineas Souther to thatch and repair houses when required, all premises being in town or village of Trebarth
28 Aug. 1731

[no title]  RD/934  1731/32

Contents:
Assignment of lease; consideration: £9-5-0
(1) Hen. Souther of Northill], husbandman, to (2) Tristram May of Northill, yeo.
Property as above
23 Mar. 1731/32.

[no title]  RD/935  1758

Contents:
Articles of agreement for 14 yr lease; rent £26
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Harris of Northill, yeo.
Tenement in Trebarth town called Carkits; also tenement in Treveniel called Dewstow's, now in occ. of Wm. Harris
25 Apr. 1758.

[no title]  RD/936  1761

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s. Rich.; Rich., s. of Rich. Reed; Edw., s. of Edw. Peters); rent 10/-
Consideration: surrender of lease of 1716 (Grylls-Philp); also £13
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Nich. John of Northill, yeo.
Dwelling-house and fields called Little Meas adj. dwelling-house; plot of ground lying on higher side of Little Meas within the highway that leads from Trebartha Hall to Trebarth village, where the old walls did anciently stand; with common of pasture for 6 sheep, and liberty for ½ day's journey for turf yearly in Twelve Men's Moor, and free coming and going to fetch water at the head of the meadow there, provided water is not diverted from its ancient course; also 2 closes of land called the Slades, part of Harbors tenement lying between Horthill sanctuary ground and a close late in occ. of Jn. Burrough, with common of pasture on Trebarth moor and Twelve Men's Moor
29 Sep. 1761.

[no title]  RD/937  1785

Contents:
Assignment of lease; rent £6
(1) Francis Vigurs of Antony, bargeman, and w. Mary, to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
One close of land, formerly several, called Shearing Plot and Smith's Park (5 acres) in occ. of (1) as tenant, part of Trebartha
11 May 1785.

[no title]  RD/938  1789

Contents:
Assignment of lease; rent £6
(1) Joan Lower of Northill, wid., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Messuage and tenement in Trebartha called Little Meas, Smith's Shop and Slade's (leased 1761 by (2) to (1))
2 Feb. 1789.

[no title]  RD/939  1858

Contents:
Agreement for lease on yrly tenancy; rent £20
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Digory Downing of Boyton, brewer, and Francis Downing of Boyton, brewer
Fat Bullocks' Yard at Trebartha, with exclusive use of stream of water at present supplying the pond in Colt's Meadow between 6 and 8 in the evening, with liberty to make covered drain or watercourse to carry water through Colt's Meadow; liberty to convert yard and premises into dwelling-house and brew-house
5 Nov. 1858.

[no title]  RD/940  1859

Contents:
Agreement to lease on yrly tenancy; rent £20
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Francis Downing of Northill, brewer
Two fields called Bovetown and New Park, part of Trebartha farm
Good husbandry clauses
12 Mar. 1859.

Trebartha mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/941  1771

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Ann; s. Wm.); rent £1-7-0
Consideration: £90 and a broadpiece of gold value £1-16-0 for (1)'s w. Jane
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Lucas of Northill, carpenter
2 grist mills and appurtenances called Trebartha mills with common of pasture, turf and furze in Twelve Men's Moor otherwise Sawmoor, free of tithes for mills "the same being antient mills and for which there are not any Tythes due nor have any ever been paid"; also little plot of land being an orchard in Trebarth village, all late in occ. of Jn. Ball
25 Mar. 1771.

[no title]  RD/942/1,2  1804

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Hen. Redstone of Rilla Mill, Linkinhorne; Jeffery King Dingley of Linkinhorne); rent £18 (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Redstone of Northill, miller
2 gristmills called Trebartha mills, and a small pigs'-house gdn and orchard lately hedged in by Wm. Lucas, father of the late occupier Wm. L. decd., with common of pasture, turf and furze on Twelve Men's Moor otherwise Sawmoor
19 June 1804.

[no title]  RD/943  1829

Contents:
Agreement to surrender and lease; consideration: surrender of interest in Trebartha mills
(1) Thos. Redstone of Northill, miller, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Lease of Bonds Walls mills, being mill house and cottage where (1) now lives, with orchard and appurtenances, and meadow called Nanny Reed's meadow, and piece of land called the Ham
22 June 1829.

[no title]  RD/944  1829

Contents:
Surrender of lease
Consideration: lease of Bonds Walls mill to be made 1829
(1) Thos. Redstone of Northill, miller, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
1804 lease of Trebartha mills (as in RD/942 above)
23 June 1829.

Trecarnell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/945/1,2  1678

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Hester; dau. Arabella); rent 40/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £120
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Rich. Spoure of Grays Inn, Middx., gent.
Trecarnell in Northill, with common of pasture in Trevage moor
13 Sep. 1678.

[no title]  RD/946  1688

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 40/-
Consideration: natural love and affection
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Thos. Spoure s. of Peter S. of Topsham, Devon, gent.
Messuage and tenement called Trecarnell, with common of pasture in Trevage moor
11 Aug. 1688.

[no title]  RD/947  1841

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement to provide annuity of £35 and £15 (99 yr lease)
(1) Wm. Wevill of Trekernell, Northill, gent; (2) Sophia Jane Rogers of Newport, spr; (3) Jn. Wevill of Lewannick, gent., and Wm. Dawe, jun. of Lewannick, gent., on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3):
Trekernell
2 Dec. 1841.

East Tremollet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/948  1648

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Margery; s. Wm.); rent 16/-
Consideration: "a competent sum of money" paid by Walter C. to Joseph Hunkyn of Gatherley, Devon, gent.
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Walter Coumbe of Northill, husbandman
Tenement in East Tremolleth, part of manor of Tremolleth
10 Nov. 1648.

[no title]  RD/949/1,2  1691/92

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Wm.); rent 8/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £95
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Coumbe of Northill, husbandman
Moiety of tenement in East Tremollet, late in occ. of Walter Coumbe decd., lessee's grandfather, being all the dwelling-houses above the entry (the entry to be in common), a little outhouse adj. same, the stall next to lower end of the dwelling below the entry, the lower end of barn, half the threshing floor, half the mowhay, ¼ part of the bakehouse, a little gdn behind dwelling-house and lower part of orchard; Bovetown Close; Broad Park, Narrow Town, Bove-ditch, and hedge at higher end of East Town, with liberty to fetch water from the spring or shute in the meadow, with commons in townplace
21 Mar. 1691/92.
Endorsed: 22 Mar. 1691 assignment by (2) to Jn. Smith of Northill for £83.

[no title]  RD/950  1691/92

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Johan and his bro. Hen. A. of Lezant); rent 8/-
Consideration: £95
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Sampson Aunger of Southill, husbandman
Moiety of messuage in East Tremollet late in occ. of Walter Coumbe, being the dwelling-house below the entry (entry to be in common), chamber over, and a linney house on back side of dwelling-house, with stable adj. orchard, and a little house at lower end of barn; higher end of barn, and moiety of threshing floor, and ¼ part of bakehouse; higher end of orchard and adj. herb gdn, with meadow adj. townplace; close of land called East Town, and 3 fields adj. called the Elbows, with commons in townplace
21 Mar. 1691/92.

[no title]  RD/951  1694

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Jn. D. jun.); rent 16/-
Consideration: £30 and 2 pieces of gold "called Ginneys"
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Dawe of Tremollet, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in East Tremollet
2 Oct. 1694.

[no title]  RD/952/1,2  1711

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Jn.); rent 8/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: 320 and 2 guineas of gold
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Sampson Aunger of Northill, yeo.
Houses, orchards, gdns, closes and parcels of land late in occ. of Rob. Dingle in right of his w. Grace, being moiety of messuage and tenement in East Tremollet, being dwelling-house below the entry (as in RD/950 above)
22 Nov. 1711.

[no title]  RD/953/1,2  1711

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and his sisters Grace and Eliz.); rent 16/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £230 to (1) by (3)
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq.; (2) Rob. Coombe of Northill, yeo., Hen. Richards of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, yeo; (3) Jn. Coombe of Northill, yeo.
(1) to (2) to use of (3):
Messuage and tenement in East Tremollet late in occ. of Jn. Daw
14 Dec. 1711.

[no title]  RD/954/1,2  1751

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Edw.; dau. Eliz.); rent 8/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £105
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Sarah Coumbe of Northill, wid.
Houses, orchards, gdns, closes and parcels of land late in occ. of Jn. Coumbe, decd., then of Edw. Coumbe, decd., husband of (2), being moiety of tenement in East Tremollet late in occ. of Walter Coumbe, being all the dwelling-house above the entry (as in RD/949 above)
23 Nov. 1751.

[no title]  RD/955  1785

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £11-11-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rob. Burnberry of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Aunger's in East Tremollet in occ. of lessee
Good husbandry clauses
7 July 1785.

West Tremollet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/956/1,2  1693

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jn., s. of Hen. Bate of Northill, butcher, bro. of lessee; Geo., s. of Thos. Charleck of Morthill, blacksmith); rent 16/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £120 and 5 guineas of gold
(1) Jonathan Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Thos. Bate of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in West Tremollet late in occ. of Johan Dawe, wid., decd.
17 June 1693.

[no title]  RD/957  1719

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's sons Edw., Sam. and Jn.); rent 16/-
Consideration: £250-2-0
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Jn. Peters of Morthill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in West Tremolleth
25 Mar. 1719.
Endorsed: "N.B. this lease was surrendered on a new lease of the Premises being granted 1766 by Philip Rashleigh esq. to Edward Peter the son".

[no title]  RD/958  1766

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; lessee's bro. Jn.; lessee's s. Edw.); rent 16/-
Consideration: surrender of lease, and £120
(1) Phil. Rashleigh of Menabilly, esq., to (2) Edw. Peter of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in West Tremollet, part of manor of Tremollet, late in occ. of Eliz. Markes, wid., now decd.
25 Mar. 1766.

[no title]  RD/959/1-3  1777

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £25
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Edw. Jasper of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called West Tremollet
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1777.
Also bills for repairs at West Tremollet, 1777

[no title]  RD/960/1,2  1813

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £200 (also counterpart)
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to
(2) Edw. Jasper jun. of Northill, yeo.
2 messuages and tenements in West Tremollet called Bants and Nyles, also tenement in West Tremollet late in occ. of Edw. Peter, decd.
1 Mar. 1813.

[no title]  RD/961  1760

Contents:
Surrender and admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
Vincent Darley, gent., to be readmitted with new lives
West Tremolla tenement, part of manor of Landreyne
22 Aug. 1760
Endorsed: memorandum of Chancery case Darley v. Darley concerning above property, document being used in evidence.

[no title]  RD/962  1760

Contents:
Bond in £200
(1) Joseph Darley of Northill, yeo., to (2) Vincent Darley of Battens, gent.
(2) Has at own cost added life of Peter, s. of (1), to tenement of West Tremolla, part of Duchy manor of Landreyne; (1) to allow (2) quiet enjoyment of premises
22 Aug. 1760
Endorsed: memorandum that document shall be used as evidence in Chancery case.

[no title]  RD/963  1792

Contents:
Assignment of copyholds; consideration: £42
(1) Thos, Arscott of Teignmouth, Devon, surgeon, and Jn. Arscott of Plymouth, surgeon, exors. of will of Garland Langworthy of Plymouth, surgeon, who was exor. of Geo. Vincent, gent., decd., who was legatee of Vincent Darley, late of Battens, Northill, esq., decd., to (2) Eliz. Adams of Northill, spr.
West Tremolla, part of manor of Landreyne (held by copy court roll of life of Peter Darley)
Also close of land called Nodden, part of West Berriow in same manor (held for life of Edw. Colling)
25 Mar. 1792.

[no title]  RD/964  1792

Contents:
Admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
Edw. Jasper, sen. (a) for lives of sons Thos. and Edw. and Jn., s. of Jas. Jasper of Northill; (b) for lives of sons Thos. and Edw., and Rob., s. of Edw. Peter of Linkinhorne, yeo.
(a) Small tenement called Aunger's formerly Jn. Fudge's, in West Tremollet, part of manor of Landreyne
(b) Tenement in West Tremollet, formerly Warren's
4 Apr. 1792.

[no title]  RD/965  1792

Contents:
Abstract of admission (copy court roll) Duchy manor of Landreyne
Edm. Jasper
Aunger's tenement in West Tremollet, also tenement formerly Warren's
1792 (day and month not given).

Treselyn or Roselyn  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/966  1670

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; Wm., s. of Jn. Luskey; Mary, dau. of Jn. Burrow, jun. of Northill); rent 4/-
Consideration: £42-10-0
(1) Jn. Vincent of Battens, Northill, gent., to (2) Rich. Burrow of Northill, yeo.
Moiety of tenement in Treslin or Treslin late in occ. of Geo. and Wm. Wivell and Thos. Hender, then of Gentill Bant and Wm. Gill, being ¼ part of whole village and fields of Treselins. Jn.); rent S/- (also
7 Dec. 1670.

[no title]  RD/967  1689

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of Edw., s. of Rob. Collings of Northill); rent 8/-
Consideration: £12
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Wm. Gill of Northill, yeo.
All the hall house, chamber above the hall, and barn, in Treselyn or Reselyn; also lands and tenements there, late in occ. of Rob. and Wm. Gill, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor
6 May 1689.

[no title]  RD/968/1,2  1712/13

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Rich. and Wm., sons of Rich. Luskey of Northill, and Mary, dau. of lessee); rent 8/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £57
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd., and Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Property as above, late in occ. of Wm. Gill
3 Feb. 1712/13

[no title]  RD/969  1715/16

Contents:
Assignment of lease; consideration: £19
(1) Jn, Luskey of Northill, yeo., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Northill, tanner
1/3 part of the hall house, chamber above the hall and the barn in Tresellyn or Resellyn, with lands and appurtenances, late in occ. of Wm. Gill then of Edw. Colling, with common of turbury on Vivares on the wet grounds of Treveniel, moors and common of pasture on Treveniel moor
10 Jan. 1715/16.

Treswell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/970  1832

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Rich. Rogers, and lessee's children Jn. and Mary); rent £3-5-0
Consideration: £211
(1) Sir Rich. Rawlinson Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Wm. Foott of Northill, yeo.
Tenement in Treswell called Congdon's Shop, consisting of one dwelling-house, 2 gdns, manor pound, a meadow and 3 fields called The Croft and Homer and Outer Spurs field
24 Mar. 1832.

[no title]  RD/971  1832

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Honora and Hen. and lessee's nephew Jn., s. of Nich. Foott of Linkinhorne); rent £3-5-0
Consideration: £211
(1) Sir Rich. Rawlinson Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Wm. Foott of Northill, yeo.
Tenement in Treswell in occ. of Wm. Foott and Wm. Daw, part of manor of Treffries, being dwelling-house, stable blacksmith's shop, gdn, meadow and Homer and Outer Shop Park
24 Mar. 1832.

[no title or date]  RD/972

Contents:
Extracts from leases of 1832 granted by Sir Rich. Rawlinson Vyvyan to Mr. Wm. Foott, decd., of property in Treswell (as in RD/970 and 971 above).

[no title]  RD/973  1855

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £197
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Bray of St. Teath, yeo.
Messuage, tenement, farm and lands called Treswell and Congdon's Shop consisting of dwelling-house, cottage, all necessary out-buildings and 108 acres of land for many yrs past in occ. of Rich. Croker as tenant (except cottage, gdn and blacksmith's shop, with Doney's meadow, at Congdon's Shop)
22 Nov. 1855.

[no title]  RD/974  1869

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £197
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Bray of Northill, yeo.
Messuage, farm and premises called Treswell and Congdon's Shop in occ. of lessee (except cottage, gdn and piece of ground called Doney's meadow, part of Congdon's Shop)
24 Nov. 1869.

Treveniel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/975  1649

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and w. Ann); rent £1
Consideration: surrender of lease
(1) Hen. Spoore of Trebarthall, esq., and s. Hen. S., to
(2) Jn. Barriball of Northill, yeo.
Tenement in Treveniel
17 Sep. 1649.

[no title]  RD/976  1651

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 10/-
Consideration: £76
(1) Hen. Spour of Trebarthall, esq., and s. Hen. S., to
(2) Jn. Barriball of Treveniel, Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Treveniel which Rich. Dewstowe, labourer, formerly held, with common of pasture on Treveniel moor, being close of land formerly 2 closes, commonly called Bud Park, and 3 other closes called Dewstowe's ground by Trekernell Yeate, with houses, orchard and gdn belonging to tenement, with common of pasture, estovers and turbary on Treveniel moor
26 June 1651.

[no title]  RD/977  1678

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; and Jn., s. of Jn. Hender late of Penhole in Northill, yeo., decd.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £140
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Thos. Dawe of Treveniel, Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Treveniel late in occ. of Wm. Gale now decd., with common of pasture, turbary and estovers in Treveniel moor
29 Nov. 1678.

[no title]  RD/978  1681-1725

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's dau. Ann); rent 13/4
Consideration: £32-10-0
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Rich. Finch of Northill, husbandman
Messuage and tenement called Boowayland part of manor of Treveniel, with common of pasture and estovers in Treveniel moor
1 Sep. 1681.
Endorsed: note of expiry of lease on death of Ann, 23 Dec. 1725.

[no title]  RD/979  1686

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Henry); rent 20/-
Consideration: £40
(1) Edm. Spoure of Exeter, esq., lord of manor of Treveniel, to (2) Jn. Barriball of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in manor of Treveniel now in occ. of lessee
11 May 1686

[no title]  RD/980  1694

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Frances Worth of Northlowe, Devon, spr.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £90
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Blandyna Barriball of Northill, spr.
Messuage and tenement in Trevynnell late in occ. of Phil. Upton, gent., decd., and now of his wid. Johan, with common of pasture on Treveynnel moor
16 Apr. 1694.

[no title]  RD/981/1,2  1695

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and her bro. Jn. B.); rent 20/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £70
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Blandyna Barriball of Northill, spr.
Messuage and tenement in Treveniell late in occ. of Rich. Dewstow, and now in occ. of lessee's father Jn. B., with common of pasture on Treveniell moor
29 Mar. 1695.

[no title]  RD/982  1709

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Joan and s. Edw.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £85-7-6
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., to (2) Edw. Colling of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Treveniell late in occ. of Wm. Gale then of Thos. Daw, with common of pasture, turbary and estovers in Treveniel moor (as in RD/977 above)
3 Aug. 1709.
Endorsed: memorandum that (2) does not have to live on premises as stated in lease.

[no title]  RD/983/1,2  1716

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Rich., Hen. and Grace); rent 20/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £150
(1) Mary Bellott wid. of Renatus B. of Bochym, esq., decd., and Jn. Worth of Penryn, esq., to (2) Hen. Geatch of Northill carpenter
Messuage and tenement in manor of Treveniel in village of Treveniel late in occ. of Jn. Barriball then of his s. Thos., with common of pasture, estovers and turbary in Treveniel moor
10 July 1716.

[no title]  RD/984  1733/34

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Wm.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £54-16-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Bennett of Northill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement in Treveniel late in occ. of Phil. Upton, gent., decd., then of his wid. Joan (as in RD/980 above)
1 Jan. 1733/34.

[no title]  RD/985  1771

Contents:
7 or 14 yr lease; rent £16 and £8
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Charity Colling of Northill, wid.
Messuage and tenement with common of pasture on Treveniel moor in Treveniel town; also one overland tenement being moiety of tenement in manor of Tolcarne, with common of pasture and turbary on Treveage moor, all late in occ. of lessee's decd. husband Edw. C.
25 Jan. 1771.

[no title]  RD/986  1777

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement to surrender leasehold; consideration: £20
(1) Francis Rodd, esq; (2) Hen. Bennett
(2)'s term in plot of ground called the Ham on Marish near the river by Trebartha bridge, part of Upton's tenement in Treveniel
1 Jan. 1777.
Endorsed: receipts for consideration money.

[no title]  RD/987  1777

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £20
(1) Hen. Bennett to (2) Francis Rodd
Property as above
1 Jan. 1777.

[no title]  RD/988  1777

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £15-15-0
(1) Hen. Bennett to (2) Francis Rodd
Outer undertown (2 acres), part of (1)'s 1/3 share in leasehold premises in Treveniel
8 Oct. 1777.

Trewithy  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/989/1,2  1656

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; s. Jn.); rent 13/4- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £85-10-0
(1) Jn. Lampen of Padreda, esq., and s. Jn. L., to (2) Jn. Luskie jun. of Northill, husbandman
Messuage and tenement in Trewithy late in occ. of Geo. Vincent, with common of pasture on Twelve Men's Moor
17 May 1656.

[no title]  RD/990  1702/03

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Geo., Emlyn and Eliz.); rent 20/-
Consideration: surrender of lease, and £100
(1) Jn. Vincent of Battens, Northill, gent., to (2) Thos. Isacke of Northill, yeo.
Moiety of Westway in Trewethy now in occ. of lessee
18 Feb. 1702/03.

[no title]  RD/991  1707/08

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Eliz; dau. Mary); rent 20/-
Consideration: £125
(1) Jn. Vincent of Battens, Northill, gent., to (2) Jn. Luskey of Northill, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Westway, formerly in occ. of Arthur Budge decd., late in occ. of Jn. Smith, with common of pasture and turbary on Twelve Men's Moor
19 Mar. 1707/08.

Uphill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/992  1562/63

(In poor state of preservation).

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Dorothy, and s. Edw.); rent 10/-
(1) Thos. Fuyche of Northill, yeo., to (2) Wm. Byland of Northill, yeo.
Premises in Uphill, Bathpool, Ridgewood and Downhill, being 1/3 part of Uphill, Bathpool and Ridgewood and 1/9 part of Downhill
9 Feb. 1562/63.

[no title]  RD/993  1664/65

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; bro. Jentill; s. Wm.); rent 16/-
Consideration: surrender of former lease, and £20
(1) Rich. Budge of Linkinhorne, yeo., and Wm. Budge his son, to (2) Rob. Dawe of Uphill, Northill, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Uphill, Bathpool and elsewhere in Northill, now in occ. of lessee
4 Feb. 1664/65.

[no title]  RD/994  1692

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's s.-in-law Wm. Coade; and Wm. C.'s w. Mary); rent 16/-
Consideration: £50
(1) Wm. Budge of Linkinhorne, yeo., and s. Emanuel B., to
(2) Rob. Dawe of Uphill, Northill, husbandman
Part of messuage, lands and tenements with common of pasture in Uphill, Bathpool, Downhill and Ridgewood
1 Nov. 1692.

[no title]  RD/995  1719

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Mary; s. Rich.; and Hen., s. Hen. Evens, lately decd., and w. Patience, of Lewannick); rent 26/8
Consideration: £189 and a guinea of gold
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebarth, esq., and w. Mary, to
(2) Sampson Couch of Lewannick, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Uphill and Ridgewood late in occ. of Jn. Foot, being houses, orchards and gdns with fields, one called Bovetown being divided into 2 closes; Refford meadow; Ridgewood meadow; Ridgewood down; Well Park, and little plot at its head, with common of pasture on Twelve Men's Moor
6 May 1719.

[no title]  RD/996  1792

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £23
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Budge of Northill, yeo.
Uphill tenement, late in occ. of Rich. Couch
Good husbandry clauses
16 Apr. 1792.

Waylands  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/997  1766

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Wm. Mackworth Praed, jun.); rent 12/-
Consideration: 5/-
(1) Jn. Carew of East Antony, esq., to (2) Wm. Mackworth Praed of Exeter, esq.
2 closes of land now divided into 3, called Higher and Easter Waylands' reputed to be part of manor of Sheviock, formerly in occ. of Mary Harvey, wid., now of Thos. Isaac
12 Dec. 1766.

[no title]  RD/998/1,2  1788

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £18
(1) Wm. Mackworth Praed of Britton House, Teignmouth, Devon, esq, to (2) Jn. Tyme of Launceston, merchant
Overland called Higher and Eastern Waylands
Good husbandry clauses
19 Mar. 1788.

[no title]  RD/999  1800

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £170
(1) Wm. Mackworth Praed of Lincolns Inn, Mddx., esq., to
(2) Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, esq.
3 closes of land (formerly 2) called Higher and Eastern Waylands, lately part of manor of Sheviock
24 June 1800
Endorsed: declaration of (2) that assignment made to him in trust for Francis Rodd of Trebartha.

Whitamore  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1000  1732

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Jn., s. of Rich. Borrow of Northill); rent 2/-
Consideration: £7
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Reed of Linkinhorne, yeo.
Moiety of tenement called Whitamore, with common of pasture and turbary on Twelve Men's Moor
9 Nov. 1732.

Plots  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1001  1846

Contents:
60 yr lease; rent 8/-
Consideration: lessee within 12 months to build a good, substantial and comfortable dwelling-house of stone and mortar, but not to build more than 2 houses and not to allow more than 2 families at one time to live in any building he erects
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Wm. Wills Pascoe of Northill, labourer
Pieces of waste and uncultivated ground on n. side of high road leading from Northill village to Liskeard, bounded on n., e. and w. with Battens Hill, part of Battens estate, and on s. with road
Plan in margin
1 Oct. 1846.

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1002  1791

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £60
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Phil. Buckingham of Northill, yeo.
Part of messuages and tenements called Carkeets, Barriball's Higher and Lower Tenements, Daw's, Edgcombe's and Joel's tenements, all in Northill, except those parts now in occ. of Francis Rodd, being the Slades, Trebartha mill meadows, Mill hill Daw's, Edgcombe's and Joel's dwelling-houses and gdns, gdn in yard of Barriball's higher tenement, Nursery moor, Cuccoball, and power to plant the hill with forest trees
19 Sep. 1791.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

Bastreet  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1003  1743

Contents:
Exemplification of case in King's Bench
Alice Rodd, wid., Francis Rodd., esq., Jn. Bennett, Edw. Colling, jun., and Wm. Colling, deforciants; Francis Calmady, esq., demandant
Francis C. claims that deforciants unjustly took 6 of his sheep at Treveniel moor and detained them, and claims £20 damages; deforciants claim Treveniel moor, being 1000 acres of pastureland, as Francis Rodd's freehold; sheep doing damage to growing grass; Francis C. claims that James Bond owned premises at Bastreet and had rights of common, and Francis C.'s father held property by 99 yr lease from Jas. Bond
Jury award costs and damages to Francis C., £33
9 Nov. 1743.

Bathpool  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1004  Jan. 1722

Contents:
Letter from Edw. Dennys to ? Grylls concerning case of Grylls and wife v. Jn. Reed; whether Jn. R. at end of his lease surrendered all the tenements granted to him, being the inheritance of Madam Grylls, a house, orchard and gdn in Bathpool; refers to judgement and arbitration of Mr. Hearle in favour of Mrs. Grylls

Battens Mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1005  21 Jan. 1865

Contents:
Receipt for £13 paid by Francis Rodd to Jn. Buckingham of Launceston for machinery supplied to mills at order of Mrs. Bastow

Bear  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1006  14 Jan. 1821

Contents:
Letter to Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston from Jn. Botters of Lezant concerning surrender and subsequent sale of Bear or Beara

Berriow  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1007  7 Mar. 1775

Contents:
Survey of Berriow tenement and valuation for sale, with cover letter from Francis Polkinghorne of St. Austell to Francis Rodd

[no title]  RD/1008  1777

Contents:
Bill for repairs to hedge, West Berriow

[no title]  RD/1009  1777

Contents:
Estimate for repairs to hedges in West Berriow

[no title]  RD/1010  1774

Contents:
Ben. Darley's bill for faggots from Mr. Foott

[no title]  RD/1011  1777

Contents:
Allowances on rent, West Berriow

[no title]  RD/1012  c.1777

Contents:
Measurement of hedges

[no title]  RD/1013  1776

Contents:
Receipts for tax and rates, West Berriow

North Bowda  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1014  1902

Contents:
Certificate of discharge of freehold tenement from 2/6 rent of assize
Francis Rashleigh Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
North Bowda and Whitamoor, part of manor of Carnedon Prior
14 May 1902.

Calestick  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1015  26 Jan. 1849

Contents:
Declaration by Jas. Bryant Messenger concerning deeds and title of East Calestick sold by him to Francis Rodd

Parsonage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1016  1873

Contents:
"Map of the Parsonage premises before the present parsonage was built", copied 1873 from a map at Trebartha.

Trebartha  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1017  14 Apr. 1737

Contents:
Account of cattle, sheep and farm implements, sold by Madam Rodd at Trebartha survey

[no title]  RD/1018/1-10  1815

Contents:
Plans of Trebartha Hall:
Window and chimney side of library
Section of ends of library
West elevation of hall
New rooms over drawing room
Chamber plan
Drawing room plan
Plan of floor timbers for chamber storey and drawing room
Plan of library
Section showing flues

Trekernell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1019  1 Apr. 1714

Contents:
Letter from Francis Hawkins of Helstone to Rich. Luskey of Northill, concerning Mr. Wedge's offer to Madam Bellott of reversion in fee of Trekernell

[no title]  RD/1020/1,2  10 July 1794

Contents:
Case for opinion of Mr. Butler concerning acquisition by Mr. Wevill of property bequeathed by Wm. Luskey, being Trekernell or Trecarnell

Uphill  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1021  c.1880

Contents:
Plan on tracing linen of Uphill, with field names and acreages and names of landowners

Moor  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1022  1758

Contents:
Typescript copy of sheriff's writ and inquisition and measurement of Twelve Men's Moor, with details of common rights

Fields  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1023  26 June 1789

Contents:
Valuation of Little Meas, Smith's shop and Slades

[no title]  RD/1024  c.1790?

Contents:
Map (watercolour on parchment) of Stevens' meadow and Peter's orchard, the property of Francis Hearle Rodd, intended to be exchanged for river, marsh and the bottom of Sanctuary wood, part of the glebe

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1025  1846-1889

Contents:
Schedule of deeds forwarded to Mr. Rodd (Trebartha, Tolcarne, Trevague, Berriow)

[no title]  RD/1026  July 1763

Contents:
Plan of Rich. Leskey's Calstock Down, Bowda and other lands belonging to Vincent Darley "taken by Daniel Gumb"

[no title]  RD/1027  c.1770

Contents:
Part only of document? formerly used as cover for rentals of manors of Treveniel, Tolcarne and Trebartha (part of lease from Sir Wm. Morice to Rich. Collings of tenement in Tregastick in Morval, c.1770).

[no title]  RD/1028  ? c.1610-15

Contents:
Copy articles concerning boundary of manor of Carneydon Prior in Northill and Linkinhorne (details of bounds given)

[no title]  RD/1029  1612

Contents:
Copy of Norden's account of Carnedon Prior taken 1612 before a jury sworn at a court of survey.

[no title]  RD/1030  1613-1623

Contents:
Copy of a paper "in the possession of Edward Archer of Trelaske, esq." relating to bounds of parishes of St. Neot (1613), Lewannick (1613), Northill (1623), St. Cleer (1613) and St. Breward (1613).

Parish  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1031  1546-1901

Contents:
Copy of lay subsidy rolls relating to Northill, 1546, 1559, 1594, 1625, 1626 (copied by Geo. Coad and sent to F. R. Rodd, 1901).

[no title]  RD/1032  6 Mar. 1642

Contents:
Typescript copy of list of "names of Inhabitants of the parish of Northill who have taken the Protestation"

[no title]  RD/1033  n.d

Contents:
Extract from land tax rate of Northill for 1795 and declaration of its authenticity (properties owned by and in occ. of Nich. Foott).

[no title]  RD/1034  c.1760

Contents:
File of depositions supporting Chas. Grylls' application for seat in Northill parish church
Morice aisle in Werrington church
Grylls chancel in Lanreath church
Lower's chapel in Lewannick church
Spoure chapel adj. Trebartha dwelling-house "on the foundations of an ancient chapel there"
Treworgey chapel in Duloe church
Glynn aisle in Cardinham church.

[no title]  RD/1035  1724

Contents:
Bond in £200 to abide by arbitration of rev. Mr. Jn. Fursman, canon of Exeter, in dispute between parties
(1) Jn. Roberts, rector of Northill, to (2) Chas. Grylls of Trebartha, esq.
9 Feb. 1724.

[no title]  RD/1036  29 Oct. 1724

Contents:
Bond (as above)

[no title]  RD/1037  1724

Contents:
Bond in £200 to abide by judgement of rev. Jn. Fursman, canon of Exeter, in dispute between parties
(1) Chas. Grylls of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Jn. Roberts, rector of Northill
17 Dec. 1724.

[no title]  RD/1038  2 Nov. 1721

Contents:
Notice of hearing in Exeter Consistory court concerning application by Chas. Grylls to rebuild seats in Trebartha aisle in Northill church

[no title]  RD/1039  1721-23

Contents:
Depositions concerning misuse of communion wine at Northill church Christmas 1721; Chas. Grylls' application for rebuilding pews in Trebartha aisle; repairs to church (details); references to vestry meeting; school in south aisle; burials in church, 1722-23.

[no title]  RD/1040  1723

Contents:
Copy confirmation of the seats in Northill church to the possessors of Trebartha barton

[no title]  RD/1041  c.1725-30

Contents:
Case in Exchequer court
Sam. Lyne of Launceston, gent., Edm. Cheyne of Launceston, esq., Rob. Browne of Bradford, Devon, clerk, and w. Anne, Dan. Darley late of Northill, now of Exeter, gent., and Mary Aldwyn of Plympton, wid. (Ann, Dan. and Mary being exors. and legatees of Eliz. Darley of Northill, decd.)
Jn. Roberts 10 yrs ago lawfully instituted as incumbent of Northill, and entitled to glebe, tithes etc.; in 1719 he leased to Eliz. Darley the rectory and parsonage with glebe, also tithes for 60 yrs or until he ceased to be rector; Eliz. died 3 yrs ago leaving estate to Ann, Dan. and Mary, who in 1725 assigned to Edm. Cheyne in trust for Sam. Lyne, the rectory, parsonage etc., inhabitants of Northill paying them tithes; except for Jn. Peters and others who refused, claiming that Jn. Roberts was not lawfully inducted

[no title]  RD/1042  c.1725-30

Contents:
Case (as above)
Parties (as above) v. Chas. Grylls of Trebartha
Chas. G. refuses to pay tithes to Sam. Lyne, claiming that he has not a good title

[no title]  RD/1043  1806

Contents:
Indemnity bond in £100
Edw. Foott of Northill, yeo., to Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., J.P., in trust for parishioners of Northill
Mary Harvey and Jane Harvey, single women, being both mothers of male children chargeable to parish of Northill, accuse Edw. Foott of being father
27 Dec. 1806.

[no title]  RD/1044  Dec. 1838

Contents:
Notice of vestry meeting to levy a new rate

[no title]  RD/1045  5 July 1876

Contents:
Declaration by Chas. Turner Brown of Northill, shoemaker, that since his mother's death in 1838 he has occupied premises in Northill (tithe numbers given)

[no title]  RD/1046  10 Oct. 1882

Contents:
Apprenticeship indenture of Thos. Moyse of Northill to Sam. Pomeroy of Northill, blacksmith

Manorial  [no ref. or date]

Landreyne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1047  1649

Contents:
Copy of parliamentary survey of manor of Landreyne

[no title]  RD/1048  1759

Contents:
Duchy manor of Landreyne: answers to court of survey of customs of manor

[no title]  RD/1049  1799

Contents:
Valuation and survey

[no title]  RD/1050  1791, 1799

Contents:
Schedule of estates and survey

[no title]  RD/1051/1,2  1799

Contents:
Valuations

[no title]  RD/1052  June 1760

Contents:
Receipt by Thos. Clark for fine for renewal of Duchy tenement of West Tremolla

[no title]  RD/1053  c.1790

Contents:
List of tenements

[no title]  RD/1054  1787-1799

Contents:
File of letters between Rich. Gray and Francis Rodd concerning latter's purchase of Duchy manor of Landreyne

Rillaton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1055  1783-1798

Contents:
Folder containing fragments of rentals and valuation, manor of Rillaton Pengelly, the property of Francis Rodd, esq., 1783; also rent book, 1788-1798.

Tolcarne  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1056  1771

Contents:
Rental of manor of Tolcarne

Trebartha  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1057  1671

Contents:
Manor of Trebartha, rental

[no title]  RD/1058/1-3  c.1729-1730

Contents:
Surveys and rentals

[no title]  RD/1059  1771

Contents:
Rental

Treveniel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1060  17th cent

Contents:
Account of fines due to lord of manor, to be collected by reeve

[no title]  RD/1061/1-3  1714, c.1720, 1729

Contents:
Rentals

[no title]  RD/1062  1771

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  RD/1063  1746

Contents:
Account of arrears of rent due

Wills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1064  1812

Contents:
Office copy of will of Jn. Barrett of Northill, yeo.
- w. Patience, £15 annuity out of Bear or Barah in Northill, and all household furniture and sole use of dwelling-house except the parlour and parlour chamber, with use of a rod or pole in the herb gdn "for the purpose of tilling anything she shall like", with liberty in townplace for wood, furze, turf or other fuel, and milk from one cow for her use
- s. Rich., all leasehold estate with grist mill and dwelling-house, coppice wood and closes called Bath Pool or Bath Pool Mills in Northill; also leasehold estate called Greenapit
- s. Wm., all lands in Linkinhorne
- dau. Eliz., £120
- dau. Mary Prout, £100
- daus. Sarah, Grace and Frances, £120 each at 21, £5 yearly each until then
- all legacies to be paid out of Ryeland in Northill
- poor labourers of Northill "as have no parochial assistance" to have a bushel of good wheat
- residue to sons Rich. and Wm. (exors.)
Made 1812, proved 1814.

[no title]  RD/1065  1798

Contents:
Will and probate of Jn. Bennett of Northill, yeo.
- dau. Eliz., w. of Ely Forster, 1/-
- dau. Anne, wid. of Sam. Coade, 1/-
- dau. Cath., w. of Jn. Stephens, 1/-
- residue to dau. Frances B., spr. (extrix.)
Made 1798, proved 1799.

[no title]  RD/1066  1749

Contents:
Grant of administration (Bodmin Archdeaconry) to Mary Bowhay for goods of her husband Jn. B. of Northill, decd.

[no title]  RD/1067/1-3  1774

Contents:
Three copies of will of Theodore Darley, esq., to New Inn, Mddx.
- lands in Devon, Cornwall and Somerset to s. Wm. D., then to nephew Theodore Vincent Gould
- wishes "not to be buried within a fortnight after my death but be kept in an open Coffin so long as possible"
- money bequests
Made 1774, proved 1776.

[no title]  RD/1068  1775

Contents:
Will and probate of Ben. Darley jun. of Northill
- £25 in trust to Francis Rodd of Trebartha for annuity to sister Eliz., w. of Walter Bonny of Linkinhorne
- sister Sarah Darley, £25
- father Ben. D., all his wearing apparel
- residue to Francis Rodd (exor.)
Made and proved 1775.

[no title]  RD/1069  1804

Contents:
Acknowledgement of payment of legacies
(1) Jn. Strike, in right of w. Sarah, Ben. Bonny, Jn. Harris in right of w. Eliz., Jn. and Wm. Bonny, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha
Will of Ben. Darley jun. of Northill (1775) left £25 in trust to Francis Rodd to pay legacies to family
14 Apr. 1804.

[no title]  RD/1070  1804

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt of trust money
(1) Ben. Darley s. of Jn. Nathan Darley of Northill, labourer, now decd.; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
Will of Jn. Nathan Darley left £100 in trust to Francis Rodd for (1) until 21
21 June 1804.

[no title]  RD/1071  1786

Contents:
Will of Jn. Nathan Darley of Northill, labourer
- money to w. Mary
- £100 to Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, to be invested in trust for s. Ben. Darley
Made 1786.

[no title]  RD/1072  1815

Contents:
Will of Eliz. Dawe, w. of Jn. Dawe of Northill
- £5 to Francis Hearle Rodd in trust for Eliz., dau. of Jn. Stephens of Northill, to be paid at 21
Made 1815.

[no title]  RD/1073  Apr. 1799

Contents:
Office copy of bond of administration on goods of Nich. Foott decd., granted to his s. Jn. on renunciation of Grace, wid. of Nich. F., Bodmin

[no title]  RD/1074  1866

Contents:
Copy will of Jn. Luskey of Calstock, Northill, gent.
- w. to have all her wearing apparel and "ornaments of her person", all his clothes, books, plate, linen, pictures, prints, musical instruments, wines, horses, carriages, china, glass, household goods and furniture
- lands of West Calstock and Westaway in Northill and Little Hurdon in Altarnun to Jn. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, gent., and Albert Huxham of Launceston, auctioneer, in trust for w. and family, then for Jn., s. of bro. Wm. Luskey
- "to my faithful friend" Eliz. Hurdon, £50
- servant Wm. Wise, £19-19-0
- s. of Jn. Luskey Coad of Liskeard, £50
- to Jane George "who has long resided with me", £15 yearly
Made 1866, proved 1867.

[no title]  RD/1075  1887

Contents:
Appointment of new trustees of will of Jn. Luskey, esq., decd.
(1) Laura Cowlard of Launceston, wid., to (2) Rich. Luskey of Knighton, Lewannick, gent., and Chris. Lethbridge Cowlard of Launceston, gent.
2 Mar. 1887.

[no title]  RD/1076  1830

Contents:
Copy will of Thos. Redstone of Northill
- s. Jn. to have all clothes, silver watch, and £5 at 21
- eldest dau. Susanna, £5 at 21
- youngest dau. Ann, 2/- weekly until 16, 1/- thereafter until 21
- rest of goods to w. Mary (extrix.)
Made and proved 1830.

[no title]  RD/1077  1786

Contents:
Copy will of Jn. Wollcock of Northill, clerk
- estate to w. Emlyn (extrix.)
Made 1786 (copied 1806).

NORTH PETHERWIN  [no ref. or date]

Weston  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1078  1565/66

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Cicilia Browen, wid., to (2) Hen. Rowsse of Launceston
Right and title to her lands in Weston in North Petherwin which she lately held by lease from (2)
11 Feb. 1565/66.

[no title]  RD/1079  1579

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £13
(1) Thos. Eascott of Boyton, smith, to (2) Geo. Greinevile of Penhele, esq.
Messuages, lands and tenements with commons in Weston, late in occ. of Jn. Rawe
7 Apr. 1579.

[no title]  RD/1080/1,2  1579

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Thos. Escott, querant; Rich. Hawke and w. Margt., deforciants
Moiety of messuage with land in Weston
Easter term 1579.

[no title]  RD/1081  1581

Contents:
Acknowledgement of homage
(1) Francis, count of Bedford; (2) Geo. Greynvile, esq.
(2) has paid homage and fealty to (1) for lands in Weston, which he holds from the count by knight service, as part of manor of Werrington
Part only of Bedford's seal
7 Oct. 1581.

[no title]  RD/1082  1608

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £45
(1) Jn. Hardy of Launceston, and Geo. Sleeman, to (2) Degory Seccombe of North Petherwin, gent.
Jn. and Geo.'s part of tenement called Weston late in occ. of Jn. Raw, being moiety of the tenement
28 Dec. 1608.

[no title]  RD/1083  1609

Contents:
Release; consideration: £45
(1) Sir Geo. Greinvile of Penheale, to (2) Degory Seccombe of North Petherwin, gent.
Tenement in Weston late in occ. of Jn. Raw
20 Oct. 1609.

[no title]  RD/1084  1615/16

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement; consideration: £400 and natural love and affection
(1) Degory Seccombe of North Petherwin, gent., to (2) Emanuel Gifforde of Westleigh, Devon, gent., and Anth. Gifforde of Werrington, gent., to use of (3) Degory Seccombe jun., gent., (1)'s eldest son, and Alice, dau. of Emanuel Gifforde, on marriage between Degory S. and Alice G.
Degory S. jun. to have father's property in Stoke St. Wrighton's and Hartland in Devon, and Weston in North Petherwin
7 Mar. 1615/16.
Endorsed: memorandum that (1) shall for his life have power to lease Rowe's tenement in Weston.

[no title]  RD/1085  1625/26

Contents:
900 yr lease; rent 2/-
(1) Degory Seccombe sen. of Weston, North Petherwin, to
(2) Degory Seccombe jun.
Consideration: (2) to pay (1) £9 yearly for 4 yrs; £5 to next yr; £100 in 1629, £100 in 1630, all payments to be made in south porch of North Petherwin parish church; (2) to pay father's debts (listed in detail); (1) to hold premises for life
Houses, chambers, courtelages, gdns, orchards, closes and parcels of land, being the hall house, kitchen, chamber over the kitchen, the fore-court, and all other houses in the forecourt, and below the hall house, the draffe house, half the back court and half the back gdn next adj. the houses, half the hop gdn towards the lower end, with the usual way thereto, the orchard and herb gdn called the higher gdns, the oxen house and adj. stable, the new orchard on the back of the oxen house, the mowhay barn, wainhouse, kennel and house over same, half the bakehouse, the 3 homer pigs' houses, 2 parts of the townplace, and convenient places to make wroth and dung against the said houses; also fields (Bovetown close, meadow and herb gdn, Bovewood, Artor's hill, East and West Bowerhams, West down, Clowe ham meadow, New park, Down park, Flexland, Longaker, the walls, Higher and Lower Horse parks, Dier park, Lambrick park), and 4 acres of woodland ground, part of wester wood, 2 acres on s. side, 2 acres adj. Jn. Harris' wood, all premises being in Weston
10 Mar. 1625/26.

[no title]  RD/1086  1625/26

Contents:
Feoffment; consideration: 40/-
(1) Degory Seccombe sen. of Weston, North Petherwin, gent., to (2) Degory Seccombe, jun.
All his lands in Weston now in occ. of Jn. Rowe, and all tenements in Kennacott or Kennacott moor
13 Mar. 1625/26.

[no title]  RD/1087/1,2  1627

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £340
(1) Digorie Seccombe jun. of North Petherwin, gent., and w. Alice, and Digorie Seccombe sen., and w. Margt., to
(2) Arthur Harris of Hayne, Devon, esq.
Messuages, lands and tenements called Weston now in occ. of Digorie S. sen. and jun. and the 2 cottages and tenements lately erected on part of the premises, in occ. of Nich. Harrie and Jn. Pearce; also 2 tenements called Weston and Kenacott late in occ. of Jn. Rowe
1 Aug. 1627.
Also receipt for £340 paid by (2) to (1) Nov. 1627.

[no title]  RD/1088  1627

Contents:
Bond in £780 to perform covenant in deed of even date
(1) Degory Seccombe jun. to (2) Arthur Harris, esq.
1 Aug. 1627.

[no title]  RD/1089  1763

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing)
(1) Alice Rodd of Plymouth, wid., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Messuage and tenement called Newton in Altarnun late in occ. of Jn. Sherron then of Nich. and Phil. Evans;
Moiety of tenement called Weston barton in North Petherwin consisting of several houses, rooms, courtelages, gdns, orchards and enclosures, being the hall house, the forecourt so far as the parlour wall, the houses below the hall adj. the court, the kennel, bakehouse, barn, mowhay, oxenhouse, stable, wainhouse next to the higher gdns, back yard, orchard, back side of oxenhouse, little bean gdn, hop gdn, Down park, Flaxland, Longacre, Lower Longacre, Walls, Higher and Lower Horse Park, Deer Park, Wood adj. to Higher Longacre on e. side, Westonwood, Arthur's hills, East Bowerham, Higher Bovetown, Homer and Little Bovetown meadow, gdn at higher end of Clawham meadow, quillet between back gdn and hop gdn, half of e. and w. townplace, half of plot on n. side of e. townplace where the well is, with moiety of well and free passage, and convenient places for making wroth and dung in the townplace
24 Aug. 1763.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1090  1619

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Alse; and Donstone, s. of Rob. Beare of Werrington); rent 5/-
Consideration: £25
(1) Digory Seccombe sen. of Weston, North Petherwin, gent., and s. Digory S. jun., to (2) Jn. Beare of North Petherwin, labourer
Newly-erected house and gdn on n. side of Weston down, joining with the highway that leads from Petherwin church to Stannell; also close of land called Weston down hame, and plot on n. side of Weston down on n. side of Kennacott church path, and adj. 2 parcels of land of Edw. Glanfield's in Stannell; and on e. adj. a close of land of Wm. Doble's in Kennacott; also pasture for pigs and geese in common plot of ground which is allotted out, with liberty to drive and carry over commons, all premises being part of barton of Weston
1 Apr. 1619.

[no title]  RD/1091  1780

Contents:
7 or 14 yr lease; rent £27
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Walter Greenland of North Petherwin, yeo.
Weston, late in occ. of Eliz. Caddy, wid.
Good husbandry clauses
10 May 1780.

[no title]  RD/1092  1794

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £32-10-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Mary Greenland of North Petherwin, wid., and Sampson Botterell of North Petherwin, house carpenter
Weston
Good husbandry clauses
30 Aug. 1794.

SOUTHILL  [no ref. or date]

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Fursdon  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1093/1,2  1694/95

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Sampson and Grace); rent 13/4 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £40 and "a piece of gold called a guinney"
(1) Wm. Bond of Hollwood, esq., to (2) Sampson Symons of Southill, yeo.
Messuage and tenement called Fursdon in Southill late in occ. of Jn. Symons, decd.
24 Mar. 1694/95.

[no title]  RD/1094  1787

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £11-13-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Sargent
Fursdown
Good husbandry clauses
3 Sep. 1787.
(Left-hand half only of lease survives).

SOUTH PETHERWIN, TREWEN  [no ref. or date]

Hick's Mill  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1095/1,2  1708

Contents:
Lease and release
(1) Sir Jn. Talbot of Lacock, Wilts., Francis Arundell of Stoke Park, Northants, esq., Jn. Pollard of Treleigh, esq., and Jn. Cocke of Redruth, gent., to (2) Margery French of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, wid.
Fincent alias Hicks' tenement and grist mill and tucking mill called Fincent mills in Trewen late in occ. of Thos. French, gent. decd.
20/21 Aug. 1708.

[no title]  RD/1096  1733

Contents:
Copy release (lease for a yr missing)
(1) Margery French of Trevosper, South Petherwin, wid. of Thos. F. of Trediden, gent., decd., (2) Wm. Blight of South Petherwin, esq., and Degory Bacon of Egloskerry, (3) Hen. French of Trediden, gent., s. of Thos. and Margery F., (4) Thos. French their youngest son
Consideration: Thos. French (Margery's decd. husband) owed considerable sums of money to Francis Rodd and to (2) and others; Chancery case between (1) and (3) in progress concerning payment of debts
(1) to (2):
Messuage and tenement called Hicks' Mill in Trewen and South Petherwin, with water grist mills; also 1/3 part of Trevallet in St. Thomas-by-Launceston
29 Dec. 1733.
Endorsed: Memorandum that original deed is to be produced at request of Alice Rodd who has recently purchased property, n.d.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1097  1695

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement by assignment of 99 yr lease
(1) Peter Truscott of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, gent.
(2) Thos. French of Trediden, gent., and Margery Truscott, spr., (1)'s dau., to (3) Jn. French of Smalehill, esq., and Rich. Wadge jun., s.-in-law of (1), on marriage between Thos. F. and Margery T.
Hicks' Mill tenement with grist mill, tucking mill and houses there called Fincent Mills in Trewen (leased 1654 by Arundel to (1)'s father Peter T., now decd.)
15 July 1695.

[no title]  RD/1098  1742

Contents:
7 yr lease for herbage, pasture and tillage; rent £19
(1) Alice Rodd of Northill, wid., to (2) Wm. Bath of South Petherwin, husbandman
Messuage and tenement called Hicks' Mill tenement or Fensent in Trewen and South Petherwin, late in occ. of Hen. French, gent.
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1742.

ST. STEPHEN AND ST. THOMAS-BY-LAUNCESTON  [no ref. or date]

Title deed  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1099  1713

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration: £81
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd., to (2) Jas. Tregeare of Launceston, gent.
Messuage and tenement with two hayes, two gdns and two closes of land in St. Stephen-by-Launceston; also two other closes in Trelake and three closes (formerly one) in West Trelake, now in occ. of Digory Bewes; also parcel called Rosemead in Dutson, St. Stephen-by-Launceston, in occ. of Jn. Veale; tenements called Barriball closes or Roose Park under Castlewood in St. Thomas-by-Launceston
2 Dec. 1713.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1100  1653

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Joan, w. of Degory Bewes, and children Degory and Anna); rent £3-8-0
Consideration: surrender by Jn. Bewes, Degory's father, of 1625 lease; also £34-10-0
(1) Hen. Spoure of Trebartha Hall, esq., and s. Hen. S. to
(2) Degory Bewes of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, mercer
Messuage and tenement in St. Stephen-by-Launceston, with two hayes, two gdns, and two closes of land at back of tenement; also two other closes at Trelake
14 Dec. 1653.

[no title]  RD/1101/1,2  1796

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £6-6-0 (also counterpart)
(1) Geo. Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, Cadbury, Devon, esq., to (2) Jn. Collins of Launceston, tucker
Close of land called Rack meadow in Newport, St. Stephen-by-Launceston, late in occ. of Mary Collins
Good husbandry clauses
29 Oct. 1796.

[no title]  RD/1102  1810

Contents:
10 yr lease; rent £12
(1) Geo. Sydenham Fursdon of Fursdon, Cadbury, Devon, esq., to (1) Hen. Short of Launceston, yeo.
Sheep meadow in Launceston
Good husbandry clauses
1 Aug. 1810.

WHITSTONE  [no ref. or date]

Leases  [no ref. or date]

Down Rev Parks  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1103  1669/70

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Chas. and Sampson, sons of Sampson Manington of Poundstock, gent.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £15
(1) Hen. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Edw. Harrington of Kelston, Somerset, gent.
Closes of land called Down Rewe parks (about 16 acres) in Whitstone now in occ. of Edw. Juell
25 Jan. 1669/70.

[no title]  RD/1104  1677

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Jn. and Abraham, sons of Joan Jewell, wid.); rent 20/-
Consideration: £5
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Jn. Juell of Week St. Mary, yeo.
Closes called Downereiwe park now in occ. of lessee's mother Joan Jewell, wid.
17 Dec. 1677.

[no title]  RD/1105/1,2  1721

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; his bro. Abraham and sister Joan); rent 20/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £34 and a guinea of gold
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary (dau. of Edm. Spoure, decd.), to (2) Degory Jewell of Week St. Mary, yeo.
Closes of land or pasture called Downreive park in Whitstone, late in occ. of lessee's father Abraham Jewell
11 Apr. 1721.

[no title]  RD/1106  1782

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £5-16-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Rich. Webb of Whitstone, yeo.
4 fields called Down Rows in Whitstone late in occ. of Jas. Cole
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1782.

Froxton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1107  1648

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Rich. and Marie); rent 20/- for (a), 10/- for (b)
Consideration: £55
(1) Hen. Spoore of Trebarth Hall, esq., to (2) Jn. Nicholl of Whitstone, husbandman
(a) 2 closes of land in Froxton, one called East Close, being on w. of highway leading from Bevill's Hill to Launceston, the other called Middle Close adj. East Close on w. side, now in occ. of Jn. Hobb
(b) Meadow called Windslade mead in Froxton late in occ. of Jn. Pearce of Pieworthy, Devon
3 May 1648.

[no title]  RD/1108  1683/84

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Jas., and Johan, dau. of Thos. Evan of Altarnun, decd.); rent 40/-
Consideration: surrender of lease, and £15
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq. to (2) Rich. Cole of Whitstone, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Froxton, with reasonable weeding and undershredding of Froxton Wood late in occ. of Wm. Congdon
29 Feb. 1683/84.

[no title]  RD/1109  1713

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Rich.); rent 40/-
Consideration: £65
(1) Mary Bellott, wid. of Renatus B. late of Bochym, esq., decd., and Sir Rich. Vyvyan of Trelowarren, to (2) Jas. Cole of Whitstone, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Froxton, with reasonable weeding and shredding of Froxton wood, late in occ. of Wm. Congdon then of Rich. Cole, lessee's father
4 Nov. 1713.

[no title]  RD/1110  1724

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of Elinor Pethick, lessee's intended wife); rent 40/-
Consideration: £45 and a broadpiece of gold "commonly called a scepter-peace"
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Rich. Cole of Fraxton, Whitstone, yeo.
Messuages, lands and tenements in Fraxton, with reasonable weeding and undershredding of Fraxton wood
4 May 1724.

[no title]  RD/1111  1783

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £31-10-0
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Edw. Werring of Whitstone, yeo.
Tenement called Forkestone, and an overland called Winslade
Good husbandry clauses
23 July 1783.

Gifford's Mills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1112  1650/51

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Mary and s. Jn.); rent 31/-
Consideration: £37
(1) Hen. Spoore of Northill, esq., and s. Hen. S., to
(2) Nathaniel Pethick of Whitstone, carpenter
Two grist mills and appurtenances called Gifford's Mills with lands, in Whitstone
1 Jan. 1650/51

[no title]  RD/1113  1681

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Abraham and Mary); rent 31/-
Consideration: £29
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebath, esq., to (2) Jn. Pethick of Whitstone, yeo.
Two grist mills called Gifford's Mills late in occ. of Jn. Hannas
2 July 1681.

Hilton down parks  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1114  1652

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and sons Jn. and Stephen); rent 12/4
Consideration: £58
(1) Hen. Spoure of Trebath, esq., and s. Hen. S., to
(2) Nathaniel Pethick of Whitstone, carpenter
Parcels of land, meadows etc. called Hilton Down or Hilton Down Parks, with barns and houses built there, with reasonable weeding and undershredding and pasture of Hilton wood
10 April 1652.

[no title]  RD/1115/1,2  1701

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee and bro. Stephen); rent 2/4
Consideration: £32-1-6
(1) Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., and w. Mary, to
(2) Nathaniel Pethick of Whitstone, yeo.
Hilton Down or Hilton Down Parks, with all houses now standing there, with reasonable weeding, undershredding and pasture of Hilton woods, late in occ. of lessee's father Jn. P.; reserving to lessor the watercourse of the mill leat
6 Aug. 1701.

[no title]  RD/1116/1,2  1754

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, and Chris., s. of Chris. Bounsell of St. Stephens, mason); rent 12/4 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £40 and a guinea
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq., to (2) Wm. Pethick of Whitstone, yeo.
Parcels of land called Hilton Down or Hilton Down Park (as above)
20 Apr. 1754.

Hilton Wood  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1117  1686

Contents:
Sale of copse wood for 6 yrs and 6 mths; consideration: £72
(1) Edm. Spoure of Trebarth, esq., to (2) Jn. Prescott of Stratton, tanner, and Jas. Uglow of Marhamchurch, tanner
Copse wood now growing in Hilton wood (about 32 acres), being part of Hilton tenement now in occ. of Jn. Pethick, with liberty to cut, fell and rick the same and carry it away, leaving in every acre 12 standers of oaks according to statute, and paying tithes to the parson of Whitstone
9 Apr. 1686.

Fields  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1118  1717

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Rich., s. of Jas. Cole; Jn., s. of Edw. Orchard of Whitstone, yeo., and Susannah, dau. of Jn. Warren, late of Boyton, decd.); rent 10/-
Consideration: £25 and a guinea of gold
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., and w. Mary, to (2) Edw. Warren of Whitstone, yeo.
Field called New Park with a little gdn therein, now hedged; also two moor meadows called Higher Winslade and Lower Winslade meadows, now in occ. of Jas. Cole
30 Apr. 1717.

Estate papers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1119  26 Oct. 1717

Contents:
Conditions of survey on behalf of Chas. and Mary Grylls of Court, for sale of Hilton coppice woods, part of manor of Fraxton

[no title]  RD/1120  Dec. 1757

Contents:
Survey and valuation of moiety of manor of Forkeston

OUT-COUNTY: DEVON  [no ref. or date]

Southdown, Brixham; Bramborough, Totnes  [no ref. or date]

Title deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1121  1698

Contents:
Fragment of copy will of Bampfield Rodd of Stoke Cannon, esq.
- Jn. Burrell, esq., and Chas. Challis, both of Exeter, to have all the barton of Bromborow with dwelling-house, in Totnes; also Sowdon barton in Brixham; Dunswitch barton in Harberton, Devon, with fields in Harberton and Totnes in trust for use of w. Bridget Rodd, then for s. Bampfield Rodd, subject to £500 each paid to younger sons Edw. and Francis Rodd, and annuities to dau. Grace

[no title]  RD/1122  1727/28

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a recovery
(1) Edw. Rodd of Exeter, esq; (2) Francis Rodd, his brother; (3) Francis Drew of Grange, Devon, esq., Jn. Worth of Worth, Devon, esq; (4) Jn. Lee of Lyons Inn, Mddx., gent; (5) Lewis Gillard of Brixham, yeo., and Jasper Collyer of Brixham, yeo.
Recites: will of Bampfyld Rodd (father of (1) and (2) of 1698
Entail barred by common recovery, in which Edw. R., being one of vouchers, fears he has destroyed his own life estate in premises
24 Mar. 1727/28.

[no title]  RD/1123/1-3  1761

Contents:
Lease and release to make tenant to the praecipe to suffer a common recovery
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., s. of Francis R. esq., decd., and nephew of Edw. R. of Exeter, decd; (2) Jn. Stokes of New Inn, Mddx., gent.; (3) Hon. Rob. Herbert of High Clere, Southampton, esq., and Francis Bassett of Tehidy, esq.
Bromborough farm in Totnes; Southdown in Brixham; also moiety of Gillhouse tenement in St. Neot
2/4 May 1761
Also recovery.

[no title]  RD/1124  1837

Contents:
Copy covenant to produce title deeds
(1) Rich. Soper of Totnes, gent., to (2) Edw. Rodd of Trebartha Hall, devisee of Francis Hearle Rodd, esq., decd.; (3) Aaron Tozer of Plymouth, naval captain
Rodd estates inherited by Edw. R. (property in Totnes now in occ. of (3))
30 Dec. 1837.

Leases  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1125  1777

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £80
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Sam. Hannaford of Brixham, yeo.
Sowden or South Down barton in Brixham, reserving woods pasture and minerals
Good husbandry clauses
25 Mar. 1777.

[no title]  RD/1126  1752

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £76-10-0
(1) Edw. Rodd of Huxham, Devon, esq., to (2) Gustavus Clay of Harberton, Devon, yeo.
Messuage, tenement and farm called Bramborough in Totnes
Good husbandry clauses
12 Jan. 1752.

[no title]  RD/1127  1774

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £84
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Gilbert Butland of Totnes, yeo.
Tenement and farm called Bramborough, Totnes
Good husbandry clauses
3 June 1774.

Weston Peverel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1128  1804

Contents:
Declaration of trust
(1) Alicia Rodd of Plymouth, spr.; (2) Sam. White of Plymouth, esq.; (3) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Pounds tenement in Weston Peverel, Devon, sold by (1), (2) and (3) to Thos. Carswell for £2683; money to be invested in stock in trust for them and their heirs, Alica receiving interest for her life
3 Apr. 1804.

ESTATE ADMINISTRATION  [no ref. or date]

MINING  [no ref. or date]

ALTARNUN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1129  1851

Contents:
21 yr sett for all minerals
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (2) Edw. Archer of Trelaske, esq; (3) Jn. Wevill of Lewannick, gent.; (4) Vere Jane of Fleet Street, London, banker; (5) Geo. Giles Vincent of Westminster, esq.; to (6) Francis Smedley of Jermyn Street, Westminster, and Frances Eliz. Gayfere Vincent, wid., exor. and extrix. of will of Wm. St. Andrew Vincent of Sussex, decd; (7) Wm. Northam of Altarnun, innkeeper
Trewint marsh and Trewint Down
21 Feb. 1851.

[no title]  RD/1130  1853

Contents:
21 yr sett for all minerals except manganese, slate, granite, clay and limestone
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Frederick Sampson Thomas of Cornhill, London
Codda and part of Blackhill
Plan on dorse
28 Jan. 1853.

[no title]  RD/1131  1855

Contents:
Deed of agreement to indemnify
(1) Rich. Kittow of Tredawle House, Altarnun, esq., to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Wheal Bray Mine
28 July 1855.

GWENNAP  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1132  1796

Contents:
Assignment of 1/8 share for remainder of term; consideration: £80
(1) Jn. Williams of Scorrier House, gent., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Tin and copper mine called Wheal Muttrell
25 July 1796.

LINKINHORNE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1133  1853

Contents:
21 yr sett to search for tin; rent £30
Consideration: £300
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Jas. Burt of Briar House, Stoke Newington, Mddx., esq., Fred. Richardson of Parliament Street, Mddx., esq., and Hen. Bennett of Spring Gardens, Mddx., esq.
Fields in Linkinhorne called Waste in Long livers, Long livers and Lower livers
Plan on dorse
24 May 1853.

[no title]  RD/1134  1853

Contents:
21 yr sett to search for minerals
Parties and property as above
25 May 1853.

[no title]  RD/1135/1,2  1863

Contents:
Appointment by Francis Rodd of Jn. Huxham of Launceston, land agent, as independent arbitrator in dispute
Recites: sett of 25 May 1853 (as above); lessees to pay yearly compensation for fields in Linkinhorne rendered unfit for cultivation because of mining activity, amount of compensation to be decided by independent arbitrators
Also plan on tracing paper of Livers
1863 (day and month not given).

NORTHILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1136  1853

Contents:
Memorandum of the Berriow sett
(1) Francis Rodd to (2) Geo. Bowness Carr of London, merchant, Chas. Fox of Trebah, Falmouth, esq., and Edw. Anson Couch of Liskeard, gent.
28 Sep. 1853.

[no title]  RD/1137  16 and 19 Aug. 1858

Contents:
Letters from H. R. Colling of Okehampton to Messrs. Gurney and Cowlard of Launceston concerning mine at Berriow

[no title]  RD/1138  1864

Contents:
Duplicate deed of covenant as to sett
(1) Chas. Pearson of Northill, gent.; Hen. Couch of Northill, yeo., and Jn. Hawkins of Launceston, coachbuilder, to (2) Caradon Phoenix Consols Mining Company Ltd.
Duchy grant of sett in lands in Northill on s. side of Berriow bridge and adj. road to Kilmar down (details of bounds given)
30 June 1864.

[no title]  RD/1139  1853

Contents:
21 yr sett for all minerals except manganese, slate, granite, clay and limestone; dues 1/15
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Geo. Bowness Carr of London, merchant, Chas. Fox of Trebah, Falmouth, esq., and Edw. Anson Crouch of Liskeard, gent.
Wood and premises in Northill called Pearse's Wood and Whitamoor, also parts of Bowda farm
Plan on dorse
28 Sep. 1853.

[no title]  RD/1140  1853-1862

Contents:
Deed poll in revocation of sett
Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Sett of 1853 (as above); recovation because mine has not been worked satisfactorily
6 Dec. 1862.

[no title]  RD/1141  1863

Contents:
21 yr sett for all minerals except manganese, slate, granite, clay and limestone
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Chas. Pearson of Glubhole, Northill, esq., and Thos. Wm. Dee, coadventurers
Wood and premises in Northill called Pearse's Wood and Whitamoor, and part of Bowda farm
Plan on dorse
11 Apr. 1863.

[no title]  RD/1142  1863-1864

Contents:
Assignment of moiety of 21 yr sett for remainder of term
(1) Thos. Wm. Dee of Golden Square, Mddx., stockbroker, to
(2) Thos. Lang of Liskeard, gent.
(1)'s moiety in sett of 11 Apr. 1863 (as above)
4 June 1863.
Endorsed: assignment by Thos. Lang to Chas. Pearson of Glubhole, Northill, 25 Jan. 1864.

[no title]  RD/1143  1863-1864

Contents:
Agreement to purchase benefits of setts and licences
(1) Chas. Pearson of Glubhole, Northill, gent., to (2) Thos. Hender of Launceston, merchant, and Hen. Couch of Northill, yeo., on behalf of a company to be called "The Caradon and Phoenix Consols Mining Company Ltd."
(1) claims to be entitled to licences and setts:
11 Apr. 1863: Pearse's Wood, Whitamoor and Bowda (as in RD/1141 above)
13 Apr. 1863: Kingbeer
25 June 1863: Berriow bridge
30 Jan. 1864.

[no title]  RD/1144  1864

Contents:
Articles of agreement for licence to search for all kinds of minerals
(1) Rob. Taylor of Liskeard, gent., to (2) Chas. Pearson of Glubhole, Northill, esq.
Fields, part of Middlewood tenement or farm
Plan on tracing paper attached
1 Jan. 1864.

[no title]  RD/1145  1852

Contents:
21 yr sett for all minerals except manganese, slate, granite, clay and limestone
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Fred. Sampson Thomas of Cornhill, London
Tenement, farm and lands called Trevague
Plan on dorse
1 Nov. 1852.

[no title]  RD/1146  1872

Contents:
21 yr sett for all ores, metals and manganese
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Chas. Pearson of Northill, gent., and Wm. Harmer of Northampton, gent.
Piece of land called Treveniel moor
10 Aug. 1872.

[no title]  RD/1147  1878

Contents:
21 yr sett for copper, tin, lead, silverlead, manganese, iron and iron ore
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Thos. Fred. Hosking of Linkinhorne, mine agent, Wm. Hosking of Linkinhorne, mine agent, Chas. Hen. Maunder of Coombe Martin, Devon, mine agent, Jn. Wm. Cooke of Coombe Martin, Devon, schoolmaster, and Rob. Jas. Rutter of Coombe Martin, Devon, merchant
Uphill
Plan attached
1 Jan. 1878.

[no title]  RD/1148  1864

Contents:
Proposed 21 yr licence to search for minerals (except manganese, slate, granite, clay and limestone)
(1) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., to (2) Chas. Pearson of Glubhole, Northill, esq.
Property in Northill (tithe numbers given)
1 Jan. 1864.

GENERAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1149  1795

Contents:
14 yr agreement, articles of co-partnership
(1) Mary Sawle of Penrice, spr., sister and extrix of Jn. Sawle of Penrice, decd; (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.; (3) Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, clerk; (4) Jn. Gould of Truro, doctor of physic; (5) Geo. Croker Fox of Falmouth, merchant; (6) Rob. Were Fox of Falmouth, merchant; (7) Geo. Fox of Perranarworthal, merchant; (8) Edw. Fox of Wadebridge, merchant; (9) Francis Polkinghorne of St. Austell, gent.; (10) Chas. Rashleigh of St. Austell, gent.; (11) Hen. Lakes of St. Austell, gent.
Agree to continue as partners and joint traders in business of buying, smelting and blowing black tin and selling same when blown or converted to white tin, with capital of £52,347
Details of organisation of joint stock company
5 May 1795.

[no title]  RD/1150  1831-1843

Contents:
Memorandum book labelled "Stream Mines" with notes concerning sale of shares, dues etc. (Priddicombe stream, Smallacombe marsh, Shallow water, Codda, Wheal Bray in Altarnun; Pentewan and East Crinnis in St. Austell; Tremollet in Northill; Botallack in St. Just-in-Penwith; Rosewall Hill, Towednack)

[no title]  RD/1151  1845

Contents:
Printed geological map of Caradon Mining district, by Mich. Whitley, Truro, 1845 (St. Cleer, St. Ive, Linkinhorne).

FINANCIAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1152  1731-1732

Contents:
Account of yearly income of Francis Rodd

[no title]  RD/1153  1732

Contents:
Bond in £400 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Peter Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
17 Apr. 1732.

[no title]  RD/1154  1734

Contents:
Bond in £160 to secure payment of £80
(1) Jas. Doble of Whitstone, yeo., and Thos. Doble of North Petherwin, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha, esq.
24 Mar. 1734.

[no title]  RD/1155  c.1736-37

Contents:
Letter from Alice Rodd to Mrs. Buller asking for debts on bonds to Chas. Grylls to be paid to Rodds; money needed for children

[no title]  RD/1156  1766-1789

Contents:
Account of Ben. Darley's mortgage payments to Francis Rodd

[no title]  RD/1157  1783-1786

Contents:
Bill of costs, Thos. Jago's expenses concerning purchase of property from Wm. Darley's estate by Nich. Foot, Jn. Luskey, Arthur Peter and Wm. Bath

[no title]  RD/1158  1812

Contents:
Bond in £100 to secure payment of £50
(1) Thos. Pardo Morgan of Egloskerry, surgeon, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
23 Sep. 1812.

[no title]  RD/1159/1-12  c.1816-1825

Contents:
Letters and accounts concerning payment of chief rents by Rodd to Archer for manors of Rillaton Peverel

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1160  ?1837

Contents:
Letter from Mr. Moore to P. Pearce, solicitor, Newton Abbot, concerning payment by Francis Rodd of £150

[no title]  RD/1161  1846

Contents:
Draft letter from Francis Rodd to Geo. Jelf concerning population "of a wild moorland district lying between the towns of Launceston and Bodmin, commonly known by the name of the Bodmin Moors... Desolate as this tract appears, it contains a population of about 250 persons... prevented from ever attending divine worship..." He has built a schoolroom to be made over to the National Society and wishes to create a new parish out of parts of St. Neot and Altarnun; will give £1000 in money or land

[no title]  RD/1162  1848

Contents:
Letter from W. Buckingham of Exeter to Francis Rodd concerning payment of bequest to Francis R.'s mother

[no title]  RD/1163  Sep. 1905 and 1908

Contents:
Letters concerning Mr. Rodd's sale of his 1/9 share of manor of Trembethow in Lelant and manor of Carharrack in Gwennap

[no title]  RD/1164  June 1908

Contents:
Letter from Hen. Whitford to Francis Rashleigh Rodd: general estate matters

[no title]  RD/1165  June 1908

Contents:
Letter from Hen. Whitford to Francis Rashleigh Rodd concerning sale of property

[no title]  RD/1166  July 1913

Contents:
Letter from Glanvill and Hamilton, Truro, to Messrs. Pool and Pitts, concerning Wheal Sisters, Lelant, and mining agreement

[no title]  RD/1167  Sep. 1913

Contents:
Letter from Hen. Whitford to Francis Rashleigh Rodd concerning New Inn, St. Erth; Bolventor china clay; Wheal Sisters, Lelant; Mellanear mine, St. Erth

[no title]  RD/1168  June 1917

Contents:
Letter from Whitford and Sons to Francis Rashleigh Rodd concerning Ring-o'-Bells and extensions at Stonaford, both in Northill

[no title]  RD/1169  Dec. 1917

Contents:
Letter from Whitford and Sons to F. R. Rodd concerning Jamaica Farm, Bolventor

[no title]  RD/1170  Aug. 1918

Contents:
Letter from Whitford and Sons to F. R. Rodd concerning sale of St. Day tenements

[no title]  RD/1171  Dec. 1918

Contents:
Letter from Whitford and Sons to F. R. Rodd: general estate accounts, including sale of timber

[no title]  RD/1172  Dec. 1918

Contents:
Letter from Whitford and Sons to F. R. Rodd concerning Goongorras, Penryn; payment to supertax

PUBLIC UNDERTAKINGS  [no ref. or date]

Railways  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1173  1881

Contents:
Liskeard and Caradon, notice to Altarnun landowners

[no title]  RD/1174  1882

Contents:
Liskeard and Caradon, notice of extension to Trewint, Altarnun

[no title]  RD/1175  1882

Contents:
Liskeard and Caradon prospectus

[no title]  RD/1176  1882

Contents:
Liskeard and Caradon letter concerning shares

[no title]  RD/1177  1884

Contents:
Liskeard and Caradon circular from secretary concerning Trewint extension and shares

[no title]  RD/1178  1910

Contents:
Proposed Kellybray and Altarnun Light Railway, 1" O.S. (1910 edition) with proposed line of railway marked.

[no title]  RD/1179/1-6  1865-1866

Contents:
Launceston, Bodmin and Wadebridge Railway, minutes of evidence, 1865; minutes of proceedings, 1866.

Saltash floating bridge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1180  1833

Contents:
Certificates of shares of Francis Hearle Rodd in Saltash Floating Bridge Company, 1833.
(Good seal depicting ferry).

Saltash turnpike  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1181  1834

Contents:
Mortgage of tolls of turnpike roads, to secure £200
(1) Trustees of Saltash turnpike to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
25 Sep. 1834.

[no title]  RD/1182  1834

Contents:
Letter to F. H. Rodd from Wm. Berryman of Devonport acknowledging receipt of £800 on account of the Saltash turnpike trustees

[no title]  RD/1183  1835

Contents:
Mortgage of tolls of Saltash turnpike roads, for £800
(1) Trustees of Saltash turnpike to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd, esq.
20 Jan. 1835.

[no title]  RD/1184  3 Mar. 1835

Contents:
Mortgage (as above) for £1000

LEGAL  [no ref. or date]

ARBITRATIONS  [no ref. or date]

Cardinham manor boundary  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1185  1817

Contents:
Opinion of Francis Hearle Rodd and Edw. Wm. Wynne Pendarves of boundary between manors of Blisland and Cardinham

[no title]  RD/1186  1817

Contents:
Bond in £100
(1) Edm. Jn. Glynn of Glynn, esq., to (2) Sir Arscott Burry Molesworth of Pencarrow
Differences and controversies having arisen between Edm. Jn. Glynn and Sir Arscott Burry Molesworth concerning certain piece of common land; agree to abide by arbitration of Edw. Wm. Wynne Pendarves and Francis Hearle Rodd, esq.
21 Apr. 1817.

[no title]  RD/1187  1817

Contents:
Depositions on part of Mr. Glynn concerning bounds of manors of Cardinham and Blisland, and dispute with Molesworth

[no title]  RD/1188  1817

Contents:
Bond in £100
(1) Sir Arscott Burry Molesworth of Pencarrow to (2) Edm. Jn. Glynn, esq.
Agreement to abide by arbitration of Edw. Wm. Wynne Pendarves and Francis Hearle Rodd in Settlement of dispute concerning piece of common land and bounds of manors
21 Apr. 1817.

St. Teath boundary dispute  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1189  1767

Contents:
Bond in £500
(1) Sam. Bake, yeo., Jonathan Bake, yeo., Eliz. Bake, wid., and Hugh Bake, yeo., all of St. Teath, and Rob. Bake of Camelford, merchant, to (2) Wm. Watts, Rich. Smith, Hen. Scantlebury, Jn. Smith and Rich. Boney, all of St. Teath, yeos.
Disputes having arisen between parties concerning right to a certain rock in St. Teath, and trespasses having been committed on each others' lands, parties agree to submit to arbitration of Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, and Jn. Elliott of Trebersey, esqs., and rev. Wm. Phillipps of Camelford, clerk.
3 July 1767.

[no title]  RD/1190  1767

Contents:
Award in dispute
Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., Jn. Elliott of Trebursey, esq., and rev. Wm. Phillips of Camelford, clerk.
Bounds and limits of property in Delabole and Pengelly in St. Teath (bounds and bound stones given)
Plan attached
29 Oct. 1767.

Plymouth Dock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1191  1781

Contents:
Inquisition and valuation held "at the house of Mr. Francis Hill known by the sign of the Prince William Henry at Torpoint, Antony", for securing land for Plymouth Dock
Jurors include Francis Rodd, Jn. Coryton, Thos. Graham, Edw. Buller, Jn. Trehawke, Thos. Edwards, Francis Spernon, Hen. Harrison, Jn. Burrell, Wm. Long Trese, Jn. Clerk, Jn. Batt and Stephen Drew, esqs.
27/30 Aug. 1781.

TRUSTEESHIPS  [no ref. or date]

BATEMAN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1192  1775

Contents:
Will of Jn. Bateman of St. Columb Major, clerk
- money bequests to wife and family
- all lands and property in trust to Hen. Hawkins Tremayne of Heligan, and Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., for daus.
Made 1775.

[no title]  RD/1193  1775-76

Contents:
Pedigree and financial information concerning Bateman family of St. Columb, with schedule of Dr. Bateman's effects

[no title]  RD/1194  1776

Contents:
Letter from Joseph Hawkey of St. Columb, to Francis Rodd, Trebartha, reporting death of rector, Dr. Bateman, 1776 (good St. Columb postmark).

[no title]  RD/1195  1776

Contents:
Letter from Joseph Hawkey to Francis Rodd concerning administration of trusts in Dr. Bateman's will, and draft letter from Francis R. to Hugh Bateman of Derby, brother of decd. rector

[no title]  RD/1196  1776

Contents:
Letter from Francis Rodd and Hen. Hawkins Tremayne concerning Mrs. Bateman's maintenance

[no title]  RD/1197/1,2  1777

Contents:
Letters from Joseph Hawkey to Francis Rodd concerning Mrs. Bateman's financial affairs, and dilapidations of St. Columb glebe

[no title]  RD/1198  1777

Contents:
Letter from Joseph Hawkey to Francis Rodd concerning Dr. Bateman's trust, and maintenance of Miss Ann Bateman

[no title]  RD/1199  1777

Contents:
Draft letter concerning Mrs. Bateman's maintenance

[no title]  RD/1200  1778

Contents:
Letter from Joseph Hawkey to Hen. Hawkins Tremayne concerning care of Mrs. Bateman

BLENCOWE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1201  1847

Contents:
Bond of indemnity in £8,000
(1) Rob. Willis Blencowe of Lewes, Sussex, esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Recites: marriage settlement of (1) and Penelope Robinson, (2) being a trustee
29 Oct. 1847.

CLARKE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1202  1789

Contents:
Attested copy will of Jn. Clarke of Saltash, esq.
- financial bequests to family
- all other estates and property in trust to Edw. Philips. jun. of Montacute, Somerset, esq., Jn. Coryton of Crocadon, esq., Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Jonathan Elford of Plymouth, gent., in trust for dau. Eliz.
Made 1789.

[no title]  RD/1203/1-3  1791-1796

Contents:
Accounts of Messrs. Elford and Foot with representatives of Jn. Clarke, esq., decd. (payment of bills, rents for Halton in St. Dominic, repairs, maintenance for Mrs. Clarke, Saltash Annuitant Society payments)

DUNNING  [no ref. or date]

Deeds and leases of West Alvington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1204  1645

Contents:
Articles of agreement to lease until Michaelmas
Consideration: £20
(1) Thos. Gilberd of Coome Royall, West Alvington, Devon, gent., with (2) Jas. Gilbert of Kingsbridge, Devon, mercer
Close of land called Higher Langland (6 acres) part of Coome tenement in West Alvington, late in occ. of (1) with corn and grain growing there
7 Apr. 1645.

[no title]  RD/1205  1655

Contents:
1000 yr lease; consideration: £45
(1) Geo. Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, Devon, gent., to
(2) Mary Gilberd or Webber, wid., of Kingsbridge
Coombe Wood (3 acres) in West Allington, with other fields there
2 June 1655.

[no title]  RD/1206  1655

Contents:
60 yr lease; rent 4d
(1) Mary Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, wid., to (2) Geo. Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, gent.
Coombe wood close (3 acres) in West Allington
7 June 1655.

[no title]  RD/1207  1659

Contents:
Assignment of leaseholds
Consideration: natural love and affection "and in part recompence of his recall Obedience and faithfull service which hee fath done and performed unto his saide father and for his better livelyhoode and mayntenance"
(1) Joseph Kent sen. of Kingsbridge, haberdasher, to
(2) Leonard Kent his son, haberdasher
Tenement (formerly 2) in Kingsbridge, between lands of Rich. Barry on n., Roger Hurrell on s., highway on e., mill leat on w., (leased 1647 by Jn. Fortescue of Fallapit, Devon, esq., to (1));
Field called Furzehill with part of moor meadow forming part of Coombe tenement in West Alvington on e. of way from Kingsbridge to Sigdon (leased 1647 by Thos. Gilberd of Coombe Royal to (1));
Tenement in Kingsbridge with Tanner's lands on s., Kingsbridge feoffees' lands on n., highway on w., Brook Lane on e. (leased 1637 by Jn. Gill of South Brent to Wm. Hurrell of Woodleigh, whose dau. Priscilla married Jas. Come, who in 1651 assigned premises to (1)
28 Mar. 1659.

[no title]  RD/1208  1663

Contents:
Award made by Jn. Beare esq., in dispute between Jn. Gilberd alias Webber and Martin Gilberd alias Webber, and Mary and Wm. Gilberd alias Webber
Lease of Coombe Wood field in West Alvington to be surrendered by Jn. and Martin G. to Mary and Wm. G., with 20/- costs
23 Sep. 1663.

[no title]  RD/1209  1663

Contents:
6 yr lease; rent 20/-
Consideration: award of Jn. Beare (as above)
(1) Jn. Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, Devon, yeo., and s. Martin Gilberd or Webber, to (2) Mary Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, wid., and s. Wm.
Coombe Wood close in West Alvington (as above)
29 Sep. 1663.

[no title]  RD/1210  1648

Contents:
Agreement to lease for a yr
(1) Jn. Ely, agent and collector for sequestrations, to
(2) Jn. Tripe of Kingsbridge, Devon
(2) to hold 2 fields called Middle Downs and two called Clarks' Parks, with orchard and 2 adj. quillets, part of barton of Rake in West Alvington
24 Oct. 1648.

Deeds and leases of Charleton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1211  1665/66

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £16
(1) Edm. Warden of Charleton, Devon, yeo., to (2) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid.
Household goods, implements (listed in detail) and corn and grain in Greenapark, being part of tenement where (1) now lives, in Charleton
15 Jan. 1665/66.

[no title]  RD/1212  1665/66

Contents:
Bond in £32 to ensure peaceable enjoyment
(1) Edm. Warden of Charleton, Devon, yeo., to (2) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid.
(1) in deed of even date sold to (2) all household goods and implements and a close of wheat
15 Jan. 1665/66.

[no title]  RD/1213  1639

Contents:
5 yr lease (lives of (1) and Alse Hurrell, now w. of Giffry Scobell)
Consideration: £38
(1) Edw. Hurrell of Preston, Woodley, Devon, yeo., to
(2) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant
Close of land called Middle Sigdon (9 acres) in Charleton
Good husbandry clauses
1 Oct. 1639.

[no title]  RD/1214  c.1670

Contents:
Agreement to grant title in fee simple; consideration: £50
(1) Mary Gilberd, wid., (2) her cousin Nich. G.
(2) to make to (1) title in fee simple to tenement in Higher Sigdon called Tippetts Ground
?c.1670.

[no title]  RD/1215  1672

Contents:
Lease from Lady day to Michaelmas; sale of crops
Consideration: £10-10-0
(1) Edm. Warden of Charleton, Devon, yeo., to (2) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid.
3 closes called Middle Park and two bottoms (about 8½ acres) at Sigdon in Charleton, part of tenement where (1) lives, with corn, grain and barley now growing there
31 Mar. 1672
Endorsed: memorandum of agreement that if (1) pays (2) £10-10-0 on 20th July next, deed to be surrendered.

[no title]  RD/1216  1672

Contents:
Bond in £21 to perform covenants of even date
Parties and property as above
31 Mar. 1672.

[no title]  RD/1217  1759

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £6
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant, to (2) Thos. Gillard of Dodbrooke, Devon, yeo.
Sigdon fields (8 acres) in Charleton, late in occ. of Jn. Elliot as tenant
Good husbandry clauses
25 Apr. 1759.

[no title]  RD/1218  1659

Contents:
"Coson Martaine Gillerdes account of Sidgdon Made the 21th of June 1659".

Kingsbridge  [no ref. or date]

Deeds and leases  [no ref. or date]

Siggar lane  RD/1219/1,2  1593

Contents:
Grant; consideration 40 marks (also counterpart)
(1) Wm. Petre of Torbryan, Devon, esq., and Jn. Clarke of Kingsbridge, yeo., to (2) Wm. Gilbert alias Webber of Sygdon, Devon, gent.
House or barn with backyard in Syggar lane in Kingsbridge between lands of Rich. Champernowne, esq., on e., lands of Wm. Baker, gent., on s., Jn. Holdiche on w., the lane on n.
20 Oct. 1593.

Siggar lane  RD/1220  1597

Contents:
Grant; consideration: fatherly love and affection
(1) Wm. Gilbert alias Webber of Sigdon, Devon, gent., to
(2) his son Martin
House or barn with backside in Siggar lane in Kingsbridge which (1) purchased from Wm. Petre of Torbryan (as above)
1 Nov. 1597.

Siggar Lane  RD/1221  1625

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £16
(1) Martyn Gilberd of Charleton, Devon, gent., to (2) Jas. G. of Kingsbridge, merchant
House or barn with backside in Siggar lane (as above)
10 Oct. 1625.

The Tavern  RD/1222  1643

Contents:
Will of Jn. Tawley of Kingsbridge, merchant
- to w. Mary, house in Kingsbridge called The Tavern
- to dau. Mary, tenements in Dodbrook, house where Geo. Ford lives, house at the church stile in occ. of Andrew Howell, house in occ. of Jn. Anger, house in occ. of Bigford Sivery, and house and barn purchased from Alex. Wolcott, all in Kingsbridge
Made 1643, proved 1646.

The Tavern  RD/1223  1662

Contents:
Mortgage for £54 (bargain and sale)
(1) Mary Tawley of Kingsbridge, wid., and her dau. Mary Holditch of Kingsbridge, wid., to (2) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid.
Messuage and tenement commonly called the Tavern in Kingsbridge late in occ. of (1)
25 Mar. 1662.

The Tavern  RD/1224  1671

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Mary; and Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer); rent 30/-
Consideration: £175
(1) Jn. Holditch of Churstow, Devon, gent., to (2) Nath. Franklin of Kingsbridge, mercer
Messuage, dwelling-house or tenement called the Tavern, with all shops and cellars; also 3 quillets or pieces of land adj., lately used as herb gdns (about ¼ acre) all in Kingsbridge, late in occ. of Mary Tawley, wid., decd., bounded on e. with Broad Street, on w. with mill leat, on n. with Mary Gilberd's lands, on s. with lands of Peter Courtenay and Wm. Harris
20 June 1671.

The Tavern  RD/1225  1690

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Nath. Franklin, Rich. Gilberd, and Mary, w. of Nath. Franklin); rent 30/-
(1) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid., and s. Rich. G., to
(2) Arthur Ragers late of Kingsbridge, yeo.
Messuage, dwelling-house or tenement called the Tavern (as above)
22 July 1690.

The Tavern  RD/1226  1697

Contents:
Bond in £200
(1) Jn. Holditch of St. Thomas the Apostle, Exeter to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer
(1) to fulfil and obey award of Jonah Holditch of West Alvingtin, gent., in dispute concerning tenement called the Tavern, some time in occ. of Mary Tawly and Mary Holditch, wids. (great grandmother and grandmother of (1))
8 Nov. 1697.

The Tavern  RD/1227  1697

Contents:
Award of Jonah Holditch of West Alvington, gent., in dispute between Jn. Holditch of St. Thomas, Exeter, and Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer, concerning tenement called the Tavern
Jn. H. to pay Rich. G. £144; R. G. to release premises to Jn. H.
18 Nov. 1697.

Rich. Clarke's house  RD/1228  1659

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Margt.; and Thos., s. of Jn. Tabb of Bigbury); rent 10/-
Consideration: £33
(1) Wm. Gilberd of Sigdon, Charleton, gent., to (2) Hugh Flashman of Kingsbridge, blacksmith
Messuage, tenement, dwelling-house and gdn in Kingsbridge late in occ. of Rich. Clarke
22 Jan. 1659.

Rich, Clarke's house  RD/1229  1678

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £30
(1) Michael Langworthy of Totnes, chandler, and w. Margt., to (2) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid.
Messuage or tenement in Kingsbridge late in occ. of Rich. Clarke
26 Mar. 1678.

Rich. Clarke's house  RD/1230  1678

Contents:
Bond in £60 to perform covenants in deed of even date
Parties and property as above
26 Mar. 1678.

Rich. Clarke's house  RD/1231  3 Oct. 1679

Contents:
Letter from Michale Langworthy to Thos. Reynell, esq., sheriff of Devon, requesting him to deliver to Jas. Gilberd the bail bond for appearance in court at suit of Thos. R., suit being ended, Jas. Gilberd paying any amercements

Gilbard and Tripe's houses  RD/1232  1647

Contents:
Copy exemplification of a recovery
Geo. Richards, gent., and Avery Hayman, demandants; Phil. Brockedon, deforciant; Rob. Lee, tenant
Messuages and gdns in Kingsbridge
Michaelmas term 1647.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1233/1,2  1647/48

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £70
(1) Phil. Brockedon sen. of Kingsbridge, yeo., and s. Phil. B. jun., to (2) Geo. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, yeo.
2 messuages or tenements with gdns in Kingsbridge in occ. of Jas. Gilberd, mercer, and Nich. Tripe, mercer
8 Jan. 1647/48.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1234  1647-1648

Contents:
Agreement to convey
(1) Geo. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, yeo., to (2) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant
Recites: decd of 8 Jan. 1647/48 (as above)
(1) to convey premises to whoever (2)'s will nominates
20 July 1648.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1235  1656

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £80
(1) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer, to (2) Rich. Gilberd his brother
2 messuages and gdns in Kingsbridge, one now in occ. of their mother Mary Gilberd, wid., the other in occ. of Nich. Tripe, mercer
4 June 1656.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1236  1656

Contents:
Bond to secure payment of £80 within 4 yrs for payment for premises
Parties and property as above
4 June 1656.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1237/1-3  1672

Contents:
Deed to lead uses of a fine
(1) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer, to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, his brother
Property as above
Also fine (also counterpart).
16 Aug. 1672.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1238  1672

Contents:
6 months lease (release missing)
(1) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer, to (2) brother Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer
Property as above
30 Sep. 1672.

Gilberd and Tripe's house  RD/1239  1674

Contents:
Copy bond in £200 to secure payment of £100
(1) Jn. Tripe sen. and Jn. Tripe jun. of Kingsbridge, mercers to (2) Wm. Roberts of Ferryland, Newfoundland, fisherman
7 Jan. 1674.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1240  1607/08

Contents:
Copy 99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Ann, and sons Jn. and Peter); rent 33/4
(1) "The Parish" to (2) Dan. Elly
House or tenement where Rich. Bastard lived, then Geo. Lapp, who assigned his lease to (2)
15 Feb. 1607/08.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1241  1617

Contents:
60 yr lease (lives of Jn. and Peter Ellie)
Consideration: natural love and affection; £13-6-8; and bond given by Jn. E. to his brother Peter
(1) Dan. Ellie sen. of Kingsbridge, yeo., to (2) s. Jn. Ellie, merchant
Dwelling-house and appurtenances in Kingsbridge where Dan. E. now dwells and which he lately received of the feoffees and parishioners of Kingsbridge for 99 yrs
25 Mar. 1617.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1242  1627/28

Contents:
Agreement to accept part payment of debts and not to arrest or imprison (2)
(1) Rob. Gray, merchant tailor, Rich. Peate, ironmonger, Martin Pindar and Thos. Puleton, drapers, Wm. Barrott, merchant tailor, Jn. Awbrey, girdler, Jn. Gooding and Francis Pratt, haberdashers, Edw. Rudge and Hen. Rowland, salters, Wm. Raishly, grocer, Wm. Hitchcock, haberdasher, Edw. Hussey, haberdasher, Rich. Ellis, girdler, Tobie Steward, pewterer, and Chas. Duck, grocer, citizens of London, to (2) Jn. Elly of Kingsbridge, merchant
Jn. E. to pay 10/- for every £1 owing
13 Feb. 1627/28.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1243  1627

Contents:
Discharge and general quitclaim
(1) Dan. Elly of Kingsbridge, Devon, yeo., to (2) s. Jn. E. of Kingsbridge, merchant
2 July 1627.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1244  1617-1628

Contents:
Confirmation of 99 yr lease (lives of lessee's w. Agnes, and their s. Daniel)
(1) Phil. Brockedon of Dodbrooke, Devon, yeo., to (2) Jn. Ellie
Dwelling-house and appurtenances in occ. of lessee's father Dan. E. (leased 1617/18 by feoffees of Kingsbridge to Jn. E.)
20 Oct. 1628.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1245/1,2  1631

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Marie; dau. Johan); rent 16/5 (also counterpart)
Consideration: £71-10-0
(1) Phil. Brockedon sen. of Dodbrook, Devon, yeo., and s. Phil. B. jun., to (2) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant
Houses, rooms and parcels of land in Kingsbridge where Johane Neyle wid. lately lived, being shop next adj. Peter Bevill's house, the standing in front of the shop, and all that part of the street opposite the shop as far as the channel of the street; also moiety of the two entries, with right of way to come and go with all manner of carriages; chamber over the shop, little chamber adj., being over the outer entry; cellar, cock loft chamber, Chamber adj; moiety or n. part of little or inner court with right of way; kitchen and kitchen chamber, the easter pigs-close in the great court, moiety of the great court, two wester plots in the herb gdn, all now in occ. of lessee
20 May 1631.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1246  1631

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; s. Jn; dau. Marie); rent 16/8
Consideration: £71-10-0
(1) Phil. Brockedon sen. of Dodbrook, Devon, yeo., and s. Phil. B. jun., to (2) Nich. Tripe of Kingsbridge, mercer
Houses, rooms and parcels of land part of tenement in Kingsbridge where Joane Nyle lately lived, being the shop and chamber over, part of street from the shop to the kenell before it, the parlour and chamber over, 2 little chambers over the outer entry and the cellar; moiety or south part of the little or inner court, 3 ground rooms and 2 chambers over, being on s. side of kitchen; half the great court adj. the malthouse, with malthouse, barn and wester pigs'-close in the great court, plot in the herb gdn next to malthouse, with rights of way for lessor and lessee
4 July 1631.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1247  1632

Contents:
Will of Dan. Elly of Kingsbridge, yeo.
- money bequests to poor of Kingsbridge; to dau. Eliz.; s. Dan.; Martha and Jn. Sayne; s. Jn; dau. Wilmot Snelling; s. Andrew and his s. Peter; s. Jas; Ellis, dau. of dau. Wilmot Snelling; s. Peter and his s. Dan.; sister Mary Moore, wid.
- house he now lives in and which he holds on lease from feoffees of parish of Kingsbridge, to w. Eliz. for life, then to s. Dan.
Made 1632.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1248  1632/33

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Agnes; s. Dan.); rent 33/4
(1) Edw. Dight of Exeter, stationer, and w. Joan, Thos. Hunt of Exeter, stationer, and w. Eliz., and Ann Coker of Kingsbridge, Devon, wid., to (2) Joan Kendall of Kingsbridge, wid., and Dan. Ellye, s. of Jn. Ellye of Kingsbridge, merchant
Dwelling-house late in occ. of Dan. E., with orchard now converted into meadow, leased by "persons pretending to be feoffees of parish of Kingsbridge" to Jn. Ellye; (1) claims so-called feoffees habe no right to property which belongs to Joan, Eliz. and Ann, the daus. of Thos. Brockaden, merchant, decd., who was the surviving feoffee of the premises in trust for the parish
15 Mar. 1632/33.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1249  1633

Contents:
General quitclaim
(1) Peter Ellye of Tavistock, vintner, to (2) Jn. Ellye of Kingsbridge, merchant
28 July 1633

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1250  1635/36

Contents:
General quitclaim to premises (unspecified)
(1) Eliz. Ellye and Andrew Ellye and w. Eliz., to (2) Jn. Ellye and Walter Kendall
20 Jan. 1635/36.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1251  1635/36

Contents:
Bond in £40 to abide by decision of arbitrators
(1) Eliz. Elly of Kingsbridge, wid., to (2) Jn. Elly of Kingsbridge, merchant
Lawsuits concerning dwelling-house in Kingsbridge where (2) now lives, late in occ. of (1); Chancery decree instructs (1) to vacate premises
2 Feb. 1635/36.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1252  1640/41

Contents:
General quitclaim
(1) Mathew Perryman of Exeter, merchant, to (1) Jn. Ely of Kingsbridge, merchant
18 Feb. 1640/41.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1253/1,2  1675

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee; w. Charity; s. Jn. T. jun.); rent 16/8 (also counterpart)
Consideration: surrender of Phil. Brockadon's lease to Nich. Tripe (as in RD/1246 above); also £13-6-4
(1) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid., and s. Rich. G. of Kingsbridge, mercer, to (2) Jn. Tripe sen. of Kingsbridge, mercer
House, rooms, chambers and parcels of land part of tenement in Kingsbridge late in occ. of Joan Nyle wid., decd., part of which has been newly erected and rebuilt; being the shop, 2 chambers and a cock-loft, part of the street from the shop to the outer kennell, parlour and chamber over, and a little chamber adj., being over the outer entry; moiety or s. part of little or inner court, one ground room with 2 chambers over being on s. side of kitchen, half the great court adj. the malthouse, the barn, wester pigs'- close, plot in herb gdn
Lessee at end of term to leave "the Seelinge, Bedsteed, bench & Spence wch is now in the Parler"
20 May 1675.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1254  1677

Contents:
Bond in £200 to secure payment of £100
(1) Jn. Tripe sen. of Kingsbridge, mercer, to (2) Ebbot Roberts of Kingsbridge, wid.
1 Dec. 1677.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1255  1681

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £150
(1) Jn. Tripe sen. of Kingsbridge, mercer, and Jn. Tripe jun. of Kingsbridge, his son, to (2) Michael Saunders of Dartmouth, merchant
Property as in RD/1253 above
9 Dec. 1681.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1256  1681

Contents:
Declaration of uses
Michael Sanders of Kingsbridge, merchant
Dwelling-house in Kingsbridge in occ. of Jn. Tripe sen. and Jn. Tripe jun., 99 yr lease of which was assigned by Jn. T. to Michael Sanders for £150, Michael S. acting on behalf of and in trust for Arthur Mohan and w. Ebbot
13 Dec. 1681.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1257  1700/1701

Contents:
Surrender and assignment of lease; consideration: £37-10-0
(1) Wm. Sargent of Loddiswell, Devon, yeo., to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer
Premises in Kingsbridge leased by Mary and Rich. Gilberd to Jn. Tripe (as in RD/1253 above)
29 Jan. 1700/1701.

Jn. Tripe's house  RD/1258  1700/1701

Contents:
Bond in £70 to perform covenants in deed of even date
Parties and property as above
29 Jan. 1700/1701.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1259  1541

Contents:
Lease for lives of lessee; rent 16/-
(1) Jn. Kerssewyll of Rensey in Quedocke, Cornwall, gent., to (2) Jn. Petye and w. Joan, and their s. Hugh and his w. Eliz.
Tenement and gdn in Kingsbridge lying between tenements of heir of Jn. Gye on n. and s., High Street on w. and mill leat on e.
28 June 1541.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1260  1552

Contents:
Grant; consideration: £16
(1) Jn. Carsewyll of Tavistock, gent., to (2) Edm. Sture, esq.
Messuage, tenement and gdn in Kingsbridge in occ. of Hugh Petye and w. Eliz., bounded on n. and s. with lands of Jn. Gye, on w. with high street, on e. with mill leat
28 Aug. 1552.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1261  1552

Contents:
Quitclaim
Parties and property as above
1 Sep. 1552.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1262  1552

Contents:
Grant; consideration: £21
(1) Edm. Sture, esq., to (2) Wm. Hengston of South mylton, Devon, yeo.
Messuage, tenement and gdn in Kingsbridge in occ. of Hugh Pety (as above); also house in South mylton now in occ. of David Ganeclyff
10 Sep. 1552.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1263  1552

Contents:
Quitclaim
Parties and property as above
16 Sep. 1552.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1264  1588

Contents:
Inquisition post mortem on goods of Roger Hingstone, taken at Kingsbridge before Geo. Fortescue, esq., escheator
Tenement and gdn in Sutton in parish of Southmilton; also messuage and gdn in Kingsbridge
7 June 1588.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1265  1615/16

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Mary, w. of Rob. Farre, sen.; Rob. and Cath., their children); rent 20/-
Consideration: £40
(1) Wm. Hyngston of South Huysshe, Devon, yeo., to (2) Rob. Farre, sen. of Kingsbridge, merchant tailor
Messuage or tenement and courtelage with herb gdn in Kingsbridge, between lands of Chris. Luxthorne, gent., on s. and n. and the east mill leat on e., king's street on w., in occ. of Phil. Clarke and Jn. Downeman
1 Mar. 1615/16.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1266  1646

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee); rent 20/-
Consideration: £6
(1) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant, to (2) Frances Dove of West Alvington, spr.
Messuage, tenement, courtelage and gdn in Kingsbridge, bounded on n. with lands of Nich. Tripe, on s. with lands of Rich. Boonde, on w. with street, on e. with brook or mill leat
29 June 1646.

Frances Dove's house  RD/1267  1646

Contents:
Assignment of lease
(1) Francis Dove of West Alvington, Devon, spr., to (2) Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant
Property as above
24 June 1646.

Sarah Tooker's house  RD/1268  1718/19

Contents:
Jn. Enty's receipt for deeds and documents received from Sarah Tocker of Kingsbridge, wid. and extrix. of Edm. T., decd., and memorandum of possible mortgage
20 Jan. 1718/19.

Sarah Tooker's house  RD/1269  1721

Contents:
Draft assignment of mortgage; consideration: £13-15-2
(1) Jn. Enty late of Plymouth, now of Exeter, minister of the gospel, to (2) Geo. Rideout of Plymouth, gent., and Geo. Couch late of Plymouth, now of Stoke Damerel, merchant
Dwelling-house, orchard, gdn, 2 fields and Loames Close all in Kingsbridge, in occ. of Sarah Tooker (assigned 1718 by Rebecca Tooker, wid., to (1) for £12 mortgage, which remains unpaid)
5 Aug. 1721.

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1270  1655

Contents:
Bond in £100 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Geo. Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, gent., to (2) Mary Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, wid.
2 June 1655.

[no title]  RD/1271  1663

Contents:
General quitclaim
(1) Jn. Gilberd or Webber, and s. Martin, both of Kingsbridge, yeos., to (2) Mary Gilberd or Webber of Kingsbridge, wid.
23 Sep. 1663.

[no title]  RD/1272  1663

Contents:
Bond in £100 to abide by arbitration of Jn. Beare of Buckland
(1) Jn. Gilberd alias Webber of Kingsbridge, yeo., and Martin Gilberd alias Webber of Eastonwell, weaver, to (2) Mary Gilberd alias Webber, wid., and Wm. Gilberd alias Webber of Kingsbridge, weaver
18 Sep. 1663.

[no title]  RD/1273  1690

Contents:
Writ to claim possession
Jn. Long to be repossessed of messuage in Kingsbridge which Mary Gilberd leased to him for 5 yrs, and from which Rich. Thodale of Okehampton ejected him
9 May 1690.

[no title]  RD/1274  1697

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Jn. Holditch of St. Thomas, Devon, gent., to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer
3 Dec. 1697.

[no title]  RD/1275  1698-1702

Contents:
Receipt for rent paid by Eliz. Rogers for her house

[no title]  RD/1276  1792

Contents:
Fire insurance policy (Royal Exchange Assurance) for Rich. Dunning's dwelling-house called Pounds in the tithing of Pennycross, Devon, with house and offices in Kingsbridge now in occ. of Mary Gilberd and Rob. Nicholson, baker
5 Apr. 1792.

Probate  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1277  1648

Contents:
Will and probate of Jas. Gilberd sen. of Kingsbridge
- money bequests to family
- s. Jas. to have house in occ. of testator with lands in occ. of Nich. Tripe, being part of same tenement; also household goods
- s. Wm. to have land now in occ. of Frances Dove
- s. Rich. to have land with barn and little courtelage in Kingsbridge town
- bequests for funeral sermon; to poor of Kingsbridge, etc.
Made 1648, proved 1649.

[no title]  RD/1278  1669

Contents:
Will of Grace Gilberd of Kingsbridge, spr.
- money bequests to family
Made 1669.

[no title]  RD/1279  1687

Contents:
Will and probate of Mary Gilbert of Kingsbridge, wid.
- money bequests to family
Made 1687, proved 1690.

[no title]  RD/1280  1704

Contents:
Inventory of goods of Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, decd.

[no title]  RD/1281/1-4  1695-1704

Contents:
Legacy receipts, estate of Rich. Gilberd, decd.

[no title]  RD/1282  1704

Contents:
Grant of administration of goods of Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, decd., to his daus. Mary and Eliz.

[no title]  RD/1283  1643

Contents:
Inventory of goods of Jn. Tawlye late of Kingsbridge taken by Arthur Gilberd and Rich. Collyn

[no title]  RD/1284  1690

Contents:
Grant of administration of goods of Ebbot Sargent, wid., to her husband Wm. S.

Financial  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1285  1642-45

Contents:
Valuation of goods of Jas. Gilberd of Kingsbridge plundered by soldiers; payments for taxes paid by Jas. G.; disbursements by Jas. G. for the "Honorabell Curte of Parlament"

[no title]  RD/1286  1673

Contents:
Bill for goods sold to Rich. Clark of Kingsbridge (haberdashery), 1673.

Deeds and leases of Whitleigh  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1287  ?c. 1300

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Jn. de Ferrariis, s. of Hugh de Ferrariis, knight, and heir of Hugh's w. lady Alice, to (2) Alan of Wytelegh, and w. Sibill
Right and claim in 2 ferlings of land in Wytelegh in manor of Thorleston, one of which Nich. Mayder formerly held, the other formerly Rob. Franceys', and which Hugh de Ferrariis has granted to (2)
?c. 1300.
Wtn: Stephen de Haccumbe, Wm. le Prouz, knights; Jas. de Mohann, Roger Cryspyn, Jn. de Bottelbyny, Roger de Boclonde, Rich. Cammel and others.

[no title]  RD/1288  1360/61

Contents:
Grant
(1) Rich. de Whytelegh to s. Jn. de W. and w. Alice
All messuages, lands and tenements at Whytelegh in manor of Thurleston except 3 cottages which Roger Gilbert, Guy de Whytelegh and Jn. Falbus hold
At Whytelegh, 19 Mar. 1360/61.
Wtn: Wm. Boltebury, Jn. Snape, Jn. Codewill, Jn. Horswill and others.

[no title]  RD/1289  1439

Contents:
Lease for lives of lessees; rent 33/4
(1) Hen. Brok and w. Joan, Rob. Benelegh and w. Cristina, and Margery Corredene, to (2) Rich. Swete and w. Joan
Messuage and 2 ferlings of land in Whitlegh which Matthew Franketon held; lessee within 4 yrs to rebuild hall, solar, cellar and ox-house
At Whitlegh, 4 Apr. 1439.

[no title]  RD/1290  1548

Contents:
Bond in £20 to observe agreements in deeds of even date relating to Wahytley in Thurleston
(1) Thos. Lakynton of Devon, gent., to (2) Wm. Cornyshe, w. Joan and s. Jn.
23 Apr. 1548.

[no title]  RD/1291  1554

Contents:
Bond in £40 to secure quiet enjoyment
(1) Jn. Morle alias Marlowe of Bremner in South Generoc, to (2) Wm. Cornyssh of Thorleston
1/3 part of Whytley in Thurleston to which Jn. Morle and w. Pantory has title
20 Sep. 1554.

[no title]  RD/1292  1555

Contents:
Lease for lives
(1) Nich. Ayshford of Ayshford, sen., and s. Nich. A. jun., esq., to (2) Anthony Tanner and w. Eliz.
Annuity of £6 out of all messuages lands and tenements in Lovepyte, Devon; (2) to release lands to Nich. A. jun., who is to make them a reasonable estate in Whitleye in Thurleston
11 Oct. 1555.

[no title]  RD/1293  1569

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £100
(1) Anth. Tanner of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, esq., to (2) Wm. Cornyshe, sen., of Whytley, Devon, yeo.
Property as above
13 Oct. 1569

[no title]  RD/1294  1571/72

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £70
(1) Anth. Tanner of St. Stephen-in-Brannel, esq., to (2) Wm. Cornysshe and Rob. Cornysshe of Whyteleigh, husbandman, sons of Wm. C., decd.
Whyteleigh in Thurleston (lately leased to (1) and w. Eliz. for term of years by Nich. Aysheford, sen.)
28 Feb. 1571/72.

[no title]  RD/1295  1575

Contents:
Bond in 20 marks to indemnify against payment of rent
(1) Rich. Drewe of Dartmouth, Devon, gent., and Jn. Putt of Thurstow, Devon, gent., to (2) Wm. Cornysshe
Lands in Whytlegh in Thurleston
20 July 1575.

[no title]  RD/1296  11 Oct. 1622

Contents:
Appointment of Rich. Cornishe as administrator of estate of Wm. C. of Thurleston, decd., exor. appointed in will having died and left property unadministered

[no title]  RD/1297  1671/72

Contents:
Bond in £105 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Rob. Cornish of Thurleston, yeo., to (2) Rich. Gilberd alias Webber of Kingsbridge, merchant
10 Mar. 1671/72.

[no title]  RD/1298  1677

Contents:
Bond in £600 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Rob. Cornish of Thurleston, yeo., to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant
10 July 1677.

[no title]  RD/1299  1677

Contents:
Bond in £26 to secure payment of £13-3-10½D
(1) Rob. Cornish of Thurleston, Devon, yeo., and Rich. Gilbert of Kingsbridge, merchant, to (2) Hester Rawe of Malborough, Devon, wid.
30 July 1677.

[no title]  RD/1300  1677

Contents:
Bond in £1000 to secure peaceable possession
(1) Rob. Cornish of Thurleston, yeo., to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, merchant
Whitley tenement in Whitley village, Thurleston, formerly granted by (1) to (2)
30 July 1677.

[no title]  RD/1301/1,2  1677

Contents:
Bill of costs, Mary Gilberd v. Cornish; Rich. Gilberd v. Ennd, 1676; also receipt by Rob. Cornish of Thurleston for £580 paid by Rich. Gilbard for conveyance of property, 1677.

[no title]  RD/1302  1677

Contents:
Acknowledgement of debt of £15 to be paid by Rich. Gilberd to Rob. Cornish, and receipt of £5-8-0 in part payment, 1677.

[no title]  RD/1303  1759

Contents:
11 yr lease; rent £34
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant, to (2) Phil. Lidstone of Thurleston, yeo.
Tenement called Whitley, with fields (named); also Ornwells Hills in Thurleston, all formerly part of Wester Whitley tenement
Good husbandry clauses
7 June 1759.

[no title]  RD/1304  1774

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £35-15-0
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant, to (2) Phil. Lidstone of Thurleston, yeo.
Property as above
Good husbandry clauses
1774 (day and month not given).

[no title]  RD/1305  1783

Contents:
13 yr lease; rent £36
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, esq., to (2) Rliz. Adams of Thurleston, wid., Wm. Wroth of Kingsbridge, maltster, and Sam. Collings of Modbury, yeo.
Whitley tenement in Thurleston late in occ. of Phil. Lidstone then of Wm. Adams.
Good husbandry clauses
2 Aug. 1783.

Deeds and leases of Charleton, Kingsbridge, Plymouth and Thurleton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1306  1617/18

Contents:
Mortgage to secure discharge of bonds before 5 May
(1) Martin Gilberd or Webber of Sigdon, Charleton, Devon, gent., to (2) Thos. Gilberd or Webber of Langbrook, West Alvington, Devon, gent.
All (1)'s right and title to a barn in Sugar Lane in Kingsbridge, late in occ. of Jane Webber of Kingsbridge, wid; also another barn and close with little parcel of land in Sigdon, Charleton, in occ. of (1); also 2 other closes called Slades in Sigdon
17 Jan. 1617/18.

[no title]  RD/1307/1-3  1672

Contents:
Post-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also counterpart release)
Consideration: £300
(1) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer; to (2) Hen. Dotin of Fursdon, Devon, gent., Jn. Yabb and Jonas Holditch both of Kingsbridge, gents., on marriage between (1) and Eliz., dau. of Hen. Dotin
Tenement and 3 closes of land called Tippett's Ground near Higher Sigdon village in Charleton, late in occ. of Agnes Cleife; also 7 closes called Ornewells and Ornewells Hills (22 acres) in Thurleston, being part of Whitley tenement; barn, courtelage and land adj. Sugar Lane, Kingsbridge; dwelling-houses in Kingsbridge late in occ. of Mary Gilberd and Nich. Tripe
10/11 Dec. 1672.

[no title]  RD/1308  1672

Contents:
Bond in £800
(1) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid., to (2) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer, her son
Rich. G. to marry Eliz., dau. of Hen. Dotin of Fursdon, Devon, gent.; Mary has agreed at her death to leave him goods and merchandise in her shop and warehouse to value of £500
9 Dec. 1672.

[no title]  RD/1309  1672

Contents:
Bond in £500
(1) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, wid., to (2) Hen. Dotin of Sherford, gent.
Mary to provide for s. Rich. G. and his w. Eliz., and their children, meat, drink, lodging, washing, clothes, fire and attendance, all sorts of apparel, linen and woollen, and all other necessaries for living in a "decent orderly way", so long as Rich. G. lives
10 Dec. 1672.

[no title]  RD/1310  1672

Contents:
Bond in £500
(1) Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, mercer, to (2) Hen. Dotin of Sherford, gent.
Rich. within 3 yrs to make settlement on (2)'s dau. Eliz., whom he is to marry
10 Dec. 1672.

[no title]  RD/1311  1704

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, spr., dau. of Rich. G. late of Kingsbridge, mercer, decd., to (2) Chris. Savery of Shilston, Devon, esq., and Servington Savery of Shilston, gent.
Moiety of tenement commonly called the Tavern in Kingsbridge; premises in Sugar Lane; Tippett's Ground in Higher Sigdon, Charleton; Whitley in Thurleston; Ornwells and Ornwells Hills in Thurleston
1 Dec. 1704.

[no title]  RD/1312/1,2  1704

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Chris. Savery, esq., and Servington Savery, gent., querants; Mary Gilberd, deforciant
Moiety of 6 messuages, barns, gdns and appurtenances in Kingsbridge, Charleton and Thurleston
Day after All Souls, 1704.

[no title]  RD/1313/1-3  1704

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also counterpart release)
(1) Mary Gilberd of Kingsbridge, spr., dau. of Rich. G. late of Kingsbridge, decd; (2) Chas. Vinson of Plymouth, doctor of physic, and Peter Baron of Plymouth, clerk; (3) Jn. Enty of Plymouth, clerk, on marriage between (3) and (1)
(1) to (2)
Moiety of the Tavern in Kingsbridge, with 3 quillets of land; house in Broad Street adj. mill leat; house late in occ. of Jn. Tripe, and now of Joseph Tripe, apothecary; house in occ. of Mary Gilberd, wid., mother of Rich. G.; barn and courtelage adj. Sugar Lane, all in Kingsbridge; Tippetts grounds in Higher Sigdon in Charleton; Whiteley tenement and fields in Thurleston and Ornwells and Ornwells Hills in Thurleston
5/6 Dec. 1704.

[no title]  RD/1314/1-3  1709/10

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; also counterpart release)
(1) Eliz. Gilberd of Plymouth, spr., dau. and coheir of Rich. G. late of Kingsbridge, mercer, decd; (2) Jn. Enty of Plymouth, minister of the gospel, Amos Doidge of Plymouth, merchant, and Joseph Denham of Plymouth, beer brewer; (3) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, wine cooper, on marriage between (1) and (3)
(1) to (2)
Moiety of property (as above) inherited from Rich. G.
6/7 Mar. 1709/10.

[no title]  RD/1315/1,2  1713/14

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Enty of Plymouth, gent.; (2) Servington Savery of Shilston, esq., Chris. Savery, gent., his son, and Peter Baron of Plymouth, gent.; (3) Anne Savery, eldest dau. of Servington Savery, on marriage between (1) and (3)
Newly-erected messuage in Plymouth adj. Batter Street alias Bulls Lane, bounded on e. with street, a meeting-house lately erected; on w. with lands of Wm. Martyn, distiller; on n. with lands of the Hospital of Orphans Aid, on s. with n. wall of the parsonage leading to the eastern door of the meeting-house, in which newly-erected house (1) now lives
Moiety of premises being lands of inheritance of Mary, dau. of Rich. Gilberd of Kingsbridge, decd., and late decd. wife of (1), being tenement called the Tavern, with 3 quillets of land; houses in occ. of Joseph Tripe and Mary Gilberd, wid.; barn and parcel of land adj. Sugar Lane, all in Kingsbridge; Tippetts Ground near Higher Sidgon village in Charleton; also Whiteley tenement and Ornwell both in Thurleston
11/12 Feb. 1713/14.

[no title]  RD/1316/1,2  1554-1738

Contents:
Abstracts of title of Mrs. Ann Enty, wid. of rev. Jn. E., decd., to lands formerly the inheritance of Rich. Gilberd, decd., in Charleton, Kingsbridge and Thurleston

[no title]  RD/1317/1,2  1738

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Peter Baron, minister of the gospel, querant; Eliz. Dunning, wid., and Rich. Dunning, deforciants
Property in Plymouth, Kingsbridge, Charleton and Thurleston
Martinmas 1738.

[no title]  RD/1318/1-3  1750

Contents:
Lease and release (also draft release); consideration: £690
(1) Ann Enty of Exeter, wid. of rev. Jn. E. of Exeter, minister, to (2) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant
Moiety of lands formerly the inheritance of Mary Gilberd, one of 2 daus. and heiresses of Rich. G. of Kingsbridge, and the late decd. wife of Jn. Enty, in Charleton, Kingsbridge and Thurleston (as in RD/1315 above)
23/26 June 1750.

[no title]  RD/1319  1795

Contents:
Schedule of deeds of lands in Thurleston and Charleton devised by will of Rich. Dunning to Eliz., w. of Walter Prideaux of Dartmouth, and Mary, w. of Joseph Pritcherd of Kingsbridge; with acknowledgement of receipt of deeds by Eliz. and Mary from Francis Rodd, esq., exor. of Rich. D.'s will

Deeds and leases of Plymouth  [no ref. or date]

Buckwell Street  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1320  1705

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Elianor's daus. Elianor, Eliz. and Mary); rent 2/-
Consideration: £180
(1) Abraham Barnfield of Mambrey, Devon, gent., and w. Lucretia, to (2) Elianor Saunders of Plymouth, wid.; (3) Lewis Barnfield of Sheepwash, gent., and Thos. Barnfield of Bulkworthy, gent.
Dwelling-house and courtelage in Plymouth on e. side of Buckwell Street, bounded on w. with street, on e. and n. with borough lands, on s. with Cadogan Thomas' land, premises being formerly the inheritance of Thos. Knotefford, apothecary, decd., father of Lucretia B.
1 Aug. 1705.

[no title]  RD/1321  1705

Contents:
Assignment of lease; consideration; to secure payment of £200
(1) Eleanor Saunders of Plymouth, wid., to (2) Joseph Wilcocks of Plymouth, goldsmith
Property in Buckwell Street (as above)
20 Dec. 1705.

[no title]  RD/1322  1711

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £206
(1) Thos. Saunders of Plymouth, beer brewer, exor. of will of his mother Eleanor, to (2) Mark Proudfoot of Plymouth, vintner
Messuage or dwelling-house on e. side of Buckwell Street bounded on e. and n. with borough lands, on s. with lands of Jn. Lanyon's charity, being the Four Castles, property formerly leased to Eleanor Saunders by Abraham Barnfield and w. Lucretia
4 Apr. 1711.

[no title]  RD/1323  1712

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £160
(1) Mark Proudfoot of Plymouth, vintner, to (2) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, wine cooper
Property as above
29 Sep. 1712.

[no title]  RD/1324  1713

Contents:
Assignment of leasehold; consideration: £107-2-6
(1) Joseph Willcocks of Plymouth, goldsmith, to (2) Ben. Dunning jun. of Plymouth, wine cooper
Dwelling-house and coutelage on e. side of Buckwell Street (assigned by Eleanor Saunders to (1) in 1705, as in RD/1321 above)
24 June 1713.

Castle Street  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1325  1662

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £250
(1) Sir Edw. Wise of Sydenham, Devon, Sir Chichester Wray of Trebyth, Cornwall, and Jas. Vosper of London, gent., to (2) Hen. Stone of Walsall, Stafford, esq.
3 dwelling-houses late in occ. of Hester Permoore, Jn. Garland, Jn. Webb and Thos. Fryer, in Castle Street, between lands of Sir Edw. Wise on e. and w., and with lands of Jonathan Sparke and Rich. Snelling on n., and street on s.; Also 2 houses late in occ. of Jn. Webb and Thos. Fryer in Castle Street, on s. side, being the 2 corner houses
1 July 1662
Endorsed: memorandum that Thos. Fryer and w. Alice, present tenants, have assigned tenancy to Hen. Stone for payment of a quarter's rent, 1 Dec. 1662.

[no title]  RD/1326/1,2  1680/81

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £202
(1) Hen. Stone of Walsall, Stafford, esq., to (2) Rich. Hingston of Plymouth, merchant
Three tenements in Plymouth adj. Castle Street late in occ. of Hester Parramore, Jn. Woods and Jn. Clarke; also two tenements in Castle Street being the two corner houses, late in occ. of Pascha Dowrick and Mary Driver, wids.
17/18 Mar. 1680/81.

[no title]  RD/1327  1680/81

Contents:
Bond in £40 to perform covenants in deed of even date
Parties and property as above
18 Mar. 1680/81.

[no title]  RD/1328  1713

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £100
(1) Jn. Preston of Kingsbridge, Devon, glazier, and w. Agnes, cousin and heir of Edmond Hingston, gent., decd., late a lieut. of Marines, to (2) Margt. Lee of Bridgetown, Berry Pomeroy, wid.; (3) Jn. Penhay of Kingsbridge, clothier
Property as above
11 June 1713.

[no title]  RD/1329  1716

Contents:
Assignment of 1000 yr term; consideration: £114-11-8
(1) Thos. Elworthy of Bridgetown, Berry Pomeroy, yeo., and w. Margt., formerly Margt. Lee; (2) Jn. Preston of Kingsbridge, glazier, and w. Agnes, cousin and heir of Edm. Hingston, gent., decd.; (3) Joseph Denham of Plymouth, brewer, and Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant
(1) at request of (2) to (3):
5 messuages in Plymouth in Castle Street, two being the corner houses
18 May 1716.

[no title]  RD/1330/1,2  1716

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £75-8-4
(1) Jn. Preston of Kingsbridge, glazier, and w. Agnes to
(2) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant
Property as above
21/22 May 1716.

[no title]  RD/1331  1757

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £5-5-0
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., to (2) Wm. Bellamy of Plymouth, mariner
Messuage or dwelling-house at lower end of Castle Street late in occ. of David Stephens, cordwainer
24 Dec. 1757.

Little Hoe Lane  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1332/1,2  1779

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £5
(1) Jn. Cooban of Plymouth, surgeon, to (2) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent.
Gdn at upper end of Little Hoe Lane in Plymouth, late in occ. of Rev. Mr. Copplestone Ratcliff
7 Apr. 1779.
Also original wrapper.

Munyon's Lane  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1333  1723

Contents:
Articles of agreement
(1) Joseph Denham of Plymouth, beer brewer, eldest s. of Joseph D. decd; (2) Mary and Jane Denham, sprs., daus. of Joseph D., decd; (3) Jn. Denham of Plymouth, beer brewer, s. of Joseph D. decd., and residuary legatee
(1) agrees with (3) for consideration of £30 to convey to (3) all right and title to estate of dwelling-house, brewhouse, cellars and outhouses in Munyon's Lane, Plymouth, and in all furnaces and utensils there;
(2) to (3) for consideration of £20 releases all claim to father's estate;
(3) agrees to sell premises in order to pay consideration moneys
13 Aug. 1723.

Quays  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1334  1706

Contents:
Articles of agreement; consideration: £210
(1) Walter Baron of Erleham, Norwich, esq., and w. Frances, granddau. of Eliz. Jennings late of Plymouth, wid., decd., and Timothy Bitton of London, merchant, and w. Ann, granddau. of Eliz. J., to (2) Ben. Dunning jun. of Plymouth, wine cooper
(1) to (2):
Tenement near Gay's quay late in occ. of Simon Hawkins; also 2 cellars and lofts adj. Gay's quay, all in Plymouth, now in occ. of Jn. Bellow and of wid. of Simon Hawkins
3 Apr. 1706.

[no title]  RD/1335  1759

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £5-5-0
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., to (2) Jn. Cooban of Plymouth, surgeon
Chamber or loft now in occ. of lessee near Gay's quay
15 Feb. 1759.

[no title]  RD/1336  1759

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £6
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., to (2) Edm. Broad of Plymouth, mariner
Cellar in Plymouth near Gay's quay, late in occ. of Francis Fanning, merchant
6 Mar. 1759.

[no title]  RD/1337  1759

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £10
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., to (2) Jn. Cooban of Plymouth, gent.
Cellar or ground room with chamber or loft over, near Gay's quay, late in occ. of Francis Fanning and Jn. Nicholls, merchants
29 Sep. 1759.

[no title]  RD/1338  1761

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £7-7-0
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., to (2) David Jardine, mercer, and Peter Dingley, tallow-chandler, both of Plymouth
Cellar or ground room near Gay's quay (as above)
29 Sep. 1761

[no title]  RD/1339  1684

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £55
(1) Geo. Bellew of Plymouth, vintner, to (2) Jn. Warren of Plymouth, merchant
Cellar and loft with shop and chambers belonging, in Plymouth, in or near the new quay, between lands late Jn. Scoble's on s., lands late Jn. Facy's, now Humphry Parnacott's, on w., a little lane or slip leading from the new quay towards the Great Hawe lane on e., and new quay on n. (leased 1666 by Jn. Horsman of Plymouth, clerk, to (1) for 99 yrs)
21 June 1684.

[no title]  RD/1340  1712/13

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £50
(1) Rich. Ustick, gent., Hen. Crane and Jn. Stevens, all of Plymouth, merchants; (2) Wm. Warren of Plymouth, merchant, legatee and exor. of Jn. W. his father, decd., to (3) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, wine cooper
Property as above
14 Jan. 1712/13.

Woolster Street  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1341  1708

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration: £105.
(1) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, wine cooper, to (2) Joseph Denham of Plymouth, beer brewer
Moiety of tenement or dwelling-house and 2 tenements containing 2 cellars and lofts over, all in Woolster Street near Gaye's quay late in occ. of Simon Hawkins, Jn. Bellew and others; house being now in occ. of Thos. Bound, pewterer, bounded on e. with borough land, on w. with Trelawny land, on n. with street, on s. with sea
21 July 1708.

[no title]  RD/1342  1709/10

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease for a yr missing)
(1) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, wine-cooper, to (2) Jn. Enty of Plymouth, minister of the gospel, Amos Doidge of Plymouth, merchant, and Joseph Denham of Plymouth, beer brewer; (3) Eliz. Gilberd of Plymouth, spr., one of two daus. of Rich. G. late of Kingsbridge, decd., on marriage between (1) and (3)
Messuage or tenement, courtelage and pallace in Plymouth, between Lawrence Reed's land on e., lands in occ. of Wm. Calenso, gunsmith, on w., new quay on s., and Woolster Street on n., late the property of Rich. Allen, clerk, and purchased from him by (1) who lately rebuilt premises; also moiety of tenement or dwelling-house with 2 tenements or cellars with lofts, in Woolster Street near Gaye's quay (as above)
7 Mar. 1709/10.

[no title]  RD/1343/1,2  1721

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £130
(1) Joseph Denham sen. of Plymouth, beer brewer, to (2) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, wine cooper
Moiety of messuage, tenement and dwelling-house, and 2 tenements containing 2 cellars with lofts over, all adj., being in Woolster Street near Gay's quay, formerly in tenure of Simon Hawkins, Jn. Bellew and others, house being late in occ. of Thos. Bound, pewterer; also moiety of quay and newly-erected cellar lately built by Jos. Denham and Ben. Dunning on the sea strand, part of cellars and lofts, all premises being dounded on e. with lands of mayor and commonalty of borough, on w. with Trelawny lands, on n. with Woolster Street, on s. with sea, sea strand or Sutton Pool
9/10 June 1721.

[no title]  RD/1344  1721

Contents:
Bond in £30 to perform covenant in deed of even date
Parties and property as above
10 June 1721.

[no title]  RD/1345  1737

Contents:
Deed to levy a fine
(1) Eliz. Dunning of Plymouth, wid., and s. Rich. D. of Plymouth, gent., to (2) Peter Baron of Plymouth, Minister of the Gospel
Tenement, courtelage and pallace in Plymouth between lands formerly of Lawrence Reed, then of Josias Calmady on e., lands late in occ. of Ben. Dunning on w., the new quay on s., and Woolster Street on n.; also dwelling-house with courtelage and Woolster Street near Kay's quay late in occ. of Simon Hawkins and Thos. Bellow, dwelling-house late in occ. of Thos. Bound, pewterer, and all the quay and newly-erected cellar lately built by Joseph Denham and Ben. Dunning on the sea strand on s. part of cellars, all premises being bounded on e. with borough lands, on w. with Trelawny lands, on n. with Woolster Street, on s. with sea or Sutton Pool
28 Oct. 1737.

[no title]  RD/1346  1787

Contents:
Agreement to sell and assign premises; consideration: £150 purchase money
(1) Rich. Dunning of the tything of Weston Peverell or Pennycross in Devon, esq., to (2) Jas. Scott of Plymouth, druggist
Freehold messuage or tenement on the New Quay in Plymouth extending thence to Woolster Street, where Rich. D. lately lived; also leasehold gdn adj., for remainder of 99 yr term; also leasehold outhouse, courtelage and wash-house adj., also leasehold stable and lofts and cellar
24 Feb. 1787.

[no title]  RD/1347  1762-1796

Contents:
Deed of covenant concerning leasehold of property purchased; consideration: £1025.
(1) Geo. Herbert of Plymouth, banker, to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Dwelling-house lately built by Jn. Seely in Woolster Street, Plymouth, leased 1762 by Rich. Dunning to Jn. S.
10 Feb. 1796.

[no title]  RD/1348  1662

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of Ann, w. of Francis Thomas, dau. Martha, and Francis, s. of Ambrose Thomas of Plymouth, merchant); rent 20/-
Consideration: surrender of former lease; also £30
(1) Wm. Jennens of Plymouth, merchant, to (2) Francis Thomas of Plymouth, merchant
Tenement and courtelage in Plymouth, in Woolster Street, bounded on e. with lands of mayor and commonalty of Plymouth, on w. with Trelawny lands, on n. with street, on s. with certain cellars and lofts, being inheritance of Wm. Jennens, but now in occ. of Rob. Gubbs, merchant, and Thos. Durant, and Thos. Dalking, merchants, premises late in occ. of Joshua Faver
17 July 1662.

[no title]  RD/1349/1,2  1737/38

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Agnes and dau. Eliz.); rent 10/- (also counterpart)
Consideration: £25
(1) Eliz. Dunning of Plymouth, wid., and Rich. D. of Plymouth, her son, to (2) Jn. Sealey of Plymouth, victualler
Messuage or tenement with adj. courtelage in Woolster Street, bounded with lands of borough on e., Trelawny lands on w., street on n., cellars and lofts late Wm. Jennens', on s., all late in occ. of Joshua Faver, decd.
24 Jan. 1737/38.

[no title]  RD/1350/1,2  1762

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Eliz., and Jn. Symons, his apprentice); rent £1-1-0 (also counterpart)
Consideration: lessee to build dwelling-house; also £20
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., to (2) Jn. Seely of Plymouth, house-carpenter
Plot of ground 40' x 20' where a dwelling-house lately stood, in occ. of Peter Rendell, house-carpenter, but which was since burnt down and consumed by fire, plot being adj. Woolster Street, bounded on e. with borough lands, on w. with Trelawny lands, on n. with street and Wm. Jennens' cellars on s., premises late in occ. of Joshua Faver
1 Mar. 1762.

Composite and general deeds  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1351  1688

Contents:
Copy fine and deed to declare uses
(1) Wm. Jennens of Plymouth, merchant, to (2) Wm. Porter of Plymouth, gent.
Tenements in Plymouth with cellars, quays and gdns, in Charles parish, to hold to use of Wm. J. for his life
Feb. 1688.

[no title]  RD/1352  1706

Contents:
Copy deed to declare uses of a fine and recovery
(1) Timothy Betton of London, merchant, and w. Ann, and Walter Bacon of Erleham, Norwich, esq., and w. Frances, (Ann and Frances being daus. of Edw. Nosworthy and w. Ann, formerly Jennens), to (2) Sam. Cudmoore of Lyons Inn, Mddx., gent., (3) Wm. Peason of Chancery Lane, and (4) Wm. Williams of Grays Inn, Mddx.
Mansion or great dwelling-house in Woolster Street, Plymouth, late in occ. of Rich. Ustick, since of Eliz. Jennens;
Dwelling-house late in occ. of Hen. Livesey, joiner, and quay called Jennens' quay, with moiety of slip adj., and pallace, lofts and cellars;
Dwelling-house late in occ. of Mary Lobb; house late in occ. of Jn. Hore; houses late in occ. of Thos. Price, Tim. Silavan and Thos. Walter, all in borough of Plymouth;
Barn, linney, mowhay and 6 fields in parish of Charles, Plymouth, late in occ. of Jn. Ellery and Wm. Spuring;
Tenement near Gay's quay late in occ. of Simon Hawkins;
2 cellars and lofts adj. Gay's quay late in occ. of Jn. Bellew and wid. of Simon Hawkins;
Dwelling-house, cellar and loft near Foxhole in borough of Plymouth;
Dwelling-house near Foxhole late in occ. of Eliz. Crane, wid.;
8 messuages, gdn and stable in borough of Plymouth;
Tenement near the new quay late in occ. of Stephen Mignan;
Tenement adj. above, late in occ. of Hen. Spiller;
Gdn in Middle Haw Lane in borough of Plymouth;
Dwelling-house near the Old Marshalls in borough of Plymouth late in occ. of Jn. Bennett, pewterer;
Gdn in Little Haw Lane now in occ. of Ben. Berry;
Dwelling-house and gdn late in occ. of Jn. Elford, gent.;
Tenement and gdn in Finewell Street;
Tenement near the guildhall late in occ. of Ruth Northcott;
Tenement near the guildhall late in occ. of Anth. Webb;
Tenement at upper end of Broad Street late in occ. of Jn. Trenwith and Eliz. Moody;
Tenement in Broad Street late in occ. of Reg. Reed;
Gdn on back part of the Four Castles in borough of Plymouth late in occ. of Eleanor Saunders, wid.;
Tenement at Pope's Head;
Dwelling-house near Pope's Head late in occ. of Chas. Shepherd;
Tenement in Loostreet in occ. of Jas. Widger, glover;
Dwelling-house, malt house, brewhouse and lofts being near the new church, late in occ. of Phil. Morley, beer brewer, with adj. tenement;
Mast pond with field, cellar and lofts adj., also quay, at Cockside, late in occ. of Rich. Netherton;
Dwelling-house with cellars, lofts, pallace and quay or mast yard with two small fields adj. cockside;
Tenement in Saltash with malthouse, brewhouse and poundhouse, barn, stable, cellars, outhouses, quays, lofts, orchards, gdns and 20 acres of land late in occ. of Rich. Richards;
Salt-water mills in St. Stephen-by-Saltash with quillet of land, late in occ. of Dan. Adams;
Tenement in St. Tudy called Tame Quite containing 4 small dwelling-houses, gdns, quillets of land, barn, meadow, fields (about 22 acres), late in occ. of Wm. Hutchins;
All premises being formerly the estate of Wm. Jennens and w. Eliz.
19 Oct. 1706.

[no title]  RD/1353  1707

Contents:
Case and court order concerning disposal of estates of Edw. and Ann Nosworthy (dau. of Wm. Jennens) between Edw. and Ann's two daus., now married to Timothy Betton and Walter Bacon, being property in Plymouth and Saltash (as above)
12 May 1707.

[no title]  RD/1354  1679-1708

Contents:
Copy conveyance
(1) Humphry Hetherington and Sam. Rooke of Plymouth, to
(2) Timothy Betton of London, merchant, Walter Bacon of Norwich, esq., Wm. Beer Williams of Grays Inn, Mddx., esq., and Wm. Williams of Grays Inn, gent.
Property conveyed as marriage settlement of Ann Jennens on her marriage with Edw. Nosworthy in 1679, and lands bequeathed by Eliz. Jennens in trust to (1)
1708 (day and month not given).

[no title]  RD/1355  1655

Contents:
Copy post-nuptial settlement (deed to levy a fine)
Consideration: £3000 by (2) to (1); marriage between Edw. Wise and Arabella
(1) Edw. Wise of Sydenham, esq., and w. Arabella, dau. of Oliver, lord St. John of Bletinshoe; (2) rt. hon. Eliz., countess of Bolingbroke, wid. of Oliver, earl of B., and Arabella, wid. of Oliver, lord St. John; (3) Jn., Earl of Exeter, Jn., earl of Bridgwater, Oliver, earl of Bolingbroke, sir Beauchamp St. John of Bedford, Rob. Rolle of Heanton, Devon, esq., Francis Buller of Shillingham, esq., and Geo. Bennett of Cosbatch, Leicester, esq.
Edw. Wise's lands, being manors of Sydenham, Raddon, Allerford, Thrushelton, Willestrew, Willsworthy, Stoke Damerel, Borsley, Halwill, Lytton, Stoddscombe, Langbraze and Chillaton in Devon
12 Sep. 1655.

[no title]  RD/1356  1662

Contents:
MS copy of private Act of Parliament "for discharging the manors of Stodscombe and Hollwell and other lands in Devon from the trust of 150 yrs made to Jn., earl of Exeter, Jn., earl of Bridgwater, and Oliver, earl of Bolingbroke", May 1662.
Endorsed: "... whereby Sir Edw. Wise may sell Plymouth lands, etc."

[no title]  RD/1357  1713

Contents:
Final concord
Jn. Penhay, querant; Jn. Priston and w. Agnes, deforciants
Property in Plymouth (unspecified)
Trinity term 1713.

[no title]  RD/1358  1713

Contents:
Bond in £200 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Jn. Preston of Kingsbridge, Devon, "fenestrar'" (glazier), and w. Agnes, to (2) Margt, Lee of Bridgedown, Berry Pomeroy, wid.
11 June 1713.

[no title]  RD/1359  1716

Contents:
Final concord
Ben. Dunning and Owen Weymouth, querants; Jn. Preston and w. Agnes and Jn. Mingo and Thos. Crispin, deforciants
Property in Plymouth, Galmeton alias Galmton, and South Huish
Hilary term 1716.

[no title]  RD/1360  1716

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Jn. Preston of Kingsbridge, glazier, and w. Agnes, Jn. Mingoe of Kingsbridge, glazier, and Thos. Crispin of Stoke Damerel, clothier; (2) Ben. Dunning of Plymouth, merchant; (3) Owen Weymouth of South Huish, yeo., and w. Sarah
Confirmation of title:
Agnes Preston, being cousin and heir of Edm. Hingston, has estate in tenements in Castle Street, Plymouth;
Jn. Mingoe has estate in tenement in Foxhole Street, Plymouth, divided into 2 dwelling-houses;
Thos. Crispin has title to 3 closes called Clowter's or Cookman's land (about 2 acres) in the tithing of Galmeton in South Huish, which in 1713 he quitclaimed to Owen Weymouth
19 May 1716.

[no title]  RD/1361  1634-1716

Contents:
Abstract of deeds relating to Mr. Ben. Dunning's title to 5 houses in Plymouth

Wills  [no ref. or date]

Denham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1362/1,2  1721

Contents:
Will (also copy) of Joseph Denham of Plymouth, beer-brewer
- eldest s. Joseph 1/-
- youngest s. Ben. £5
- daus. Mary and Jane £50 each
- residue of estate to s. Jn. (exor.)
Made 1721.
Also letters of administration granted 1780 by Archdeacon of Totnes to Rich. Dunning, nephew and next of kin of testator, exor. Jn. Denham having died before completing administration of father's estate.

[no title]  RD/1363  1766

Contents:
Grant of administration of goods of Benjamin Denham late surgeon of Greenwich Hospital, Kent, widower, to Rich. Dunning, his cousin german and next-of-kin
1766 (P.C.C.).

Dunning  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1364  1731

Contents:
Grant of administration of estate of Ben. Dunning late of Plymouth, decd., to his widow Eliz.

[no title]  RD/1365  1796

Contents:
Receipts for legacies paid by Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., exor. of will of Rich. Dunning of Pounds, Devon, decd; also booklet labelled "Executory Account"

Enty  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1366  1728

Contents:
Copy will of Jn. Enty of Exeter, minister of the gospel
- "To the sober poor of the three United Congregations in Exeter £3, half to the poor of James' meeting, the other half to the poor of Bow and Little meeting... to be distributed by their present ministers, viz. the revd. Mr. John Withers, the revd. Mr. John Lavington, and the revd. Mr. James Green"
- "...To the sober poor of that Congregation in Plymouth whereof I was formerly pastor, £3 to be distributed by the revd. Mr. Peter Baron and the Revd. Mr. Joseph Cook ..."
- £20 to ministers of Devon in trust to distribute "to such protestant dissenting ministers of the Counties of Devon and Cornwall as have but Little Encouragement from their people and Small Estates of their own"
- w. Ann E., all messuages, lands and tenements in Devon and elsewhere
- half-brother Rich. E., living in Penzance, all wearing apparel, linen or woollen "if he'll accept the same"; also forgives him his debts; testator's w. to be kind to him
- father-in-law Servington Savery, esq., and bro.-in-law Servington Savery jun., Rich. S., Cath. S., Mary S., and Ben. Dunning of Plymouth and w. Eliz., a gold guinea each for mourning rings
- £5 each to nephew Rich. Dunning and niece Eliz. D.
- 20/- to former servant Mary Hingston
- residue to w. Ann (extrix.)
Made 1728, proved 1743.

[no title]  RD/1367  1728-1750

Contents:
Certificate of regularity of execution of will of Jn. Enty, signed by Jn. Stoodley jun. of Exeter, gent., Edw. Walters of Exmouth, baker, and w. Susanna, wtns. to re-execution of will of 1728 at request of Jn. Enty in 1743
July 1750.

Jennens  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1368  1685

Contents:
Copy will of Wm. Jennens of Plymouth, merchant
- recites marriage settlement of dau. Ann with Edw. Nosworthy, jun. (£4000 as her portion, and manors of Empson or Edmerston and Pulsford in parish of Modbury, Devon)
- all lands in Devon and Cornwall to w. Eliz. J.
Made 1685, proved 1688.

[no title]  RD/1369  1695

Contents:
Copy will of Eliz. Jennens of Plymouth, wid.
- burial in grave of husband Wm. J. in St. Andrews church
- £5 to poor of St. Andrews and to poor of Charles
- £10 to bro. Jn. Trelawny
- £50 to niece Eliz., dau. of sister Eliz. Bradshaw
- to Shadrach Vincent, Humphry Hetherington and Sam. Rooke as trustees, to hold in trust for granddaus. Anne and Frances, daus. of Edw. and Ann Nosworthy, premises in Plymouth (listed in detail)
Made 1695.

Sargent  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1370  1694

Contents:
Inventory of goods of Ebbett Sargent, w. of Wm. S., taken at Totton, Hants

General papers  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1371  1761

Contents:
Court order to hear case of Pentecost Barker, Rich. Dunning, Phil. Cockey and Elias Lang, who object to Christopher Mends' election as pastor or minister of the meeting house of "protestant dissenters commonly called Presbyterians" in Plymouth

[no title]  RD/1372  1761

Contents:
Agreement by members of Presbyterian congregation in Plymouth to advance a year's subscription to trustees Barker, Dunning and Lang, to pay for lawyer's services in case concerning appointment of a pastor

[no title]  RD/1373  1761

Contents:
Copy court order concerning election of Chris. Mends as pastor, with order to Dunning, Barker and Lang to decide whether they agree to a new election

[no title]  RD/1374  1762

Contents:
Printed notice concerning election of Chris Mends as Presbyterian pastor; because of trustees' objections he has waived his claim to post in favour of Jn. Hanmer; meeting to be held to elect new pastor

[no title]  RD/1375  1761

Contents:
Depositions concerning deeds of meeting-house and actions of trustees in election of new minister

[no title]  RD/1376/1,2  1761-1762

Contents:
Bills of costs of Hen. White, solicitor acting on behalf of Messrs. Barker, Dunning and Lang, trustees of the late rev. Peter Baron's meeting-house

[no title]  RD/1377/1,2  1763; 1762

Contents:
Receipt signed by Chris. Mends for key to meeting-house, having been admitted preacher there; also receipt for paper delivered by sheriff's bailiff

[no title]  RD/1378  1762

Contents:
Sheriff's writ to Pentecost Barker, Rich. Dunning and Phil. Cockey to appear at King's Bench to answer plea of Chris. Mends for trespass; 1762.
Endorsed: authorisation by Dunning, Peter Baron and Jn. Hanmer to Hen. White to act for them in court

[no title]  RD/1379  1763

Contents:
Bond in £500
(1) Wm. Shepherd and Jn. Bayly both of Plymouth, merchants, to (2) Phil. Cockey of Sharpham, Devon, esq., Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., Peter Baron of Stoke Damerel, gent., and Rob. Baron of Plymouth, brazier
To indemnify (2) against cost of lawsuits concerning Presbyterian church in Plymouth
14 May 1763.

[no title]  RD/1380  1795

Contents:
Receipt by Jn. Bayly and other trustees of Batter Street Presbyterian meeting-house for key of meeting-house received from Col. Rodd, exor. of will of Rich. Dunning

[no title]  RD/1381  1762

Contents:
Bond in £1000
(1) Nich. Mercator of Plymouth Dock, gent., to (2) Sam. Brent and Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gents.
(1) while employed as Clerk of the Cheque of H.M. Office of Ordnance at Plymouth, to perform his duties well
30 Sep. 1762.

[no title]  RD/1382  1763

Contents:
Assignment of apprenticeship for residue of term
(1) Rich. Dunning of Plymouth, gent., and his apprentice Jn. Luscombe, to (2) Edw. Follett of South Huish, yeo.
12 Oct. 1763.

[no title]  RD/1383  1758-1765

Contents:
Writ to sheriff to arrest Jn. Trowell, Rich. Dunning, Joseph Freeman and Hen. Hewer and cause them to appear in court to answer plea of Jn. Harris of trespass, 1758.
Endorsed: receipt by Rich. Dunning for £3-12-0 costs in court action of Harris v. Dunning "concerning the turnpike", 1765.

[no title]  RD/1384  1775

Contents:
Proposals for insurance sent from Sun-Fire Office to Rich. Dunning

[no title]  RD/1385  1780

Contents:
Insurance policy for Rich. Dunning's cellars and lofts in building adj. his dwelling-house, in occ. of Thos. Dickens and others (Sun-Fire Office)

[no title]  RD/1386  1793-94

Contents:
Receipt for insurance premium paid by Rich. Dunning to Royal Exchange Assurance

EASTCOTT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1387  1781

Contents:
Will and probate of Sanford Eastcott of Launceston, apothecary
- money bequests
- w. Sarah to have fields called Sanford's meadows, Spry's meadow and Bennett's meadow with stable, courtelage and chaise house in the Blind Hole all in borough of Launceston; after her death to Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall esq. in trust to be sold for benefit of other legatees; Francis R. also to administer bank stock on behalf of testator's family
Made 1781, proved 1782.

[no title]  RD/1388/1,2  1795

Contents:
Attested copy letters of administration granted to Susanna Eastcott, wid. of Geo. E. of Stoke, Suffolk, surgeon and apothecary

[no title]  RD/1389  1781-1795

Contents:
Quitclaim and release from administration of trust
(1) Sanford Eastcott of Stoke, Clare, Suffolk, surgeon, to
(2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Recites:
Will of Sanford Eastcott of 1781 leaving property to his wife, then in trust to (2) for benefit of Geo. Eastcott, since decd., Sanford, s. of Geo. E., his sister Ann Hazard, and bro. Jn. E.
After death of Sarah Eastcott 1794, Francis R. sold property for £455, and bank stock for £1140-17-3; after settlement of accounts, £1547-12-2 remained; divided amongst beneficiaries, Sanford receiving £386-18-0½d
15 June 1795.

[no title]  RD/1390/1-3  1795

Contents:
Quitclaims (as above) to Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., by:
Jn. Eastcott of Launceston, surgeon
Susanna Eastcott of Stoke, Clare, Suffolk, wid. of Geo. E., surgeon, decd.
Sam. Hazard of Bath, stationer, and w. Ann, sister of Sanford Eastcott of Launceston, decd.
15 June 1795.

[no title]  RD/1391  1794-1795

Contents:
Bill of costs payable by Francis Rodd as exor. in trust of will of Sanford Eastcott, decd., to Chris. Lethbridge

[no title]  RD/1392/1,2  1794-1795

Contents:
Current account (Eastcott estate), Francis Rodd with Chris. Lethbridge; also account of production of stock and expenses of Jn. Pearce

GIMBLETT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1393  1804

Contents:
Copy of will of Wm. Gimblett of Egloskerry, yeo.
- £700 to grandson Wm. Hurden
- £740 to friend Francis Hearle Rodd in trust for dau. Mary Hurden, and for grandchildren Eliz., Temperance, Francis, Jas. and Ann Hurden, to be divided amongst them when 21
Made 1804.

[no title]  RD/1394/1,2  1805-1813

Contents:
Bond in £360 to pay (2) £180 according to will of her father Wm. Gimblett, decd.
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Croan, esq., to (2) Mary Hurden of Egloskerry, wid.
24 June 1805.
Also page of rough accounts written on back of printed notice advertising sale of timber in Bratton Clovelly, Devon, 1813.

[no title]  RD/1395  1812

Contents:
Copy marriage settlement
(1) Eliz. Hurdon of Egloskerry, spr., (2) Joseph Holman jun. of Egloskerry, yeo., (3) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, and Mary Hurdon of Egloskerry, wid., on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) entitled to £150 by will of father; money transferred to (3) in trust
27 Apr. 1812.

[no title]  RD/1396/1,2  1812

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release)
(1) Peter Hurdon of Treludick, Egloskerry, gent.; (2) Margt. Morgan of Egloskerry, spr.; (3) Wm. Hurdon, lieutenant in Royal Cornwall regiment of Militia and Jn. King Lethbridge of Launceston, gent.; (4) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., and Jn. Morgan of Egloskerry, gent., on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3):
Treludick in Egloskerry
22/23 June 1812.

[no title]  RD/1397  1812

Contents:
Bond in £200 to secure payment of £100 to uses named in marriage settlement of Joseph Holman and w. Eliz. Hurdon
(1) Joseph Holman jun. of Egloskerry, yeo., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha, esq., and Mary Hurdon late of Egloskerry, now of Launceston, wid.
29 Sep. 1812.

GRYLLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1398/1,2  1816

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release); consideration: £4000 paid by (3) to (2)
(1) Rich. Gerveys Grylls of Helston, clerk; (2) Rich. Gerveys Grylls jun. of Luxulyan, clerk, (1)'s eldest son; (3) Sophia Rashleigh, dau. of Chas. R. of Duporth, esq., spr.; (4) Rev. Edw. Rodd of St. Just-in-Roseland and Humphry Millet Grylls of Helston, gent., on marriage between (2) and (3)
(1) to (4):
Manor of Trenay, except tenement of Little Boturnell in St. Pinnock, but consisting of Easements Cottage, Oliver's Cottage, Hender's Cottage, Consine Down, Montague Meadow, Dangar's tenement, Phillipps' tenement, North Polmena with the slate quarry belonging, East Lawharen or Lawherne, West Mills and part of Polscop, Boddy's or Jenkin's tenement, Luke's Yeat, house and gdn, and Nicholls' or Blight's cottage, being in St. Cleer and St. Neot;
West Lawharen, Linkyndale, East Collaford, Bunny's Park, Langdon and Brown Gilly, Middle Fawton and the bowling green, all in St. Neot;
Lowlands tenement in St. Cleer;
Bonallack and Trethwan in Constantine;
Tregaddra in St. Mawgan-in-Meneage;
Moiety of manor of Polkinhorne in Gwinear, also Gwinear almshouse;
Lower Trenawyn, Tregossa or Tregotha in Gwinear; Carthew in Phillack, 2 dwelling-houses in Phillack churchtown; Burras in Wendron, Polcrebo in Crowan, also ¼ part of Trefewla and Trenoweth Terrill in Crowan;
Moiety of Trewane, Riddiford, Trebowles, Pendethys and tenements near Trelill called Lynehams, Brewers and Little Wayton in St. Kews;
Moiety of Colvennor and Polheskin, also Trevergy in Cury
13/13 Aug. 1816.

HARRINGTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1399  1773-1796

Contents:
Abstract of pre-nuptial settlement
(1) Rich. Harrington, clerk; (2) Hannah Hussey; (3) Sir Jn. Davie, Francis Rodd, esq., and Thos. Vivian, clerk, on marriage between (1) and (2)
Financial settlement
10 May 1773.
Forms part of letter from Thos. Smith to Col. Rodd, Royal Cornwall Regiment, Canterbury, Rodd being surviving trustee; Smith requests transfer of money to Mr. Harrington, his wife being dead and there being no children, 28 Dec. 1796.

[no title]  RD/1400  2 Dec. 1796

Contents:
Letter from Rich. Harrington to Col. Rodd concerning marriage settlement and surrender of trust

[no title]  RD/1401  3 Oct. 1800

Contents:
Letter from Rich. Harrington to Col. Rodd concerning transfer of stock of marriage settlement; has not yet received any dividend, and wishes to have money as 3 instalments of income tax are due

[no title]  RD/1402  30 Jan. 1808

Contents:
Letter from Jn. Vivian, Truro, to Francis Rodd concerning his Aunt Harrington's marriage settlement and disposal of her mineral shares

[no title]  RD/1403  2 Feb. 1808

Contents:
Letter from Rich. Harrington to Francis Rodd concerning late Mrs. Harrington's settlement

[no title]  RD/1404  9 Aug. 1810

Contents:
Letter from Jn. Vivian to Francis Rodd concerning his late Aunt Harrington's estate and disposal of legacies

[no title]  RD/1405  1733-1811

Contents:
Bond of indemnity in £20,000
(1) Rob. Walker of St. Winnow, clerk, Jn. Vivian of Truro, esq., and Rich. Vivian of Bushey, Herts., esq., to (2) Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Recites:
Marriage settlement of Rich. Harrington of Powderham, esq., and Hannah Hussey, 1773
Tregaswith and Lawry's tenement in Ruthers, both in St. Columb Major;
2 tenements in Trevena or Trewarvena in St. Mawgan-in-Pydar;
Fields (named), part of barton of Rescullion in Little Petherick;
Parkan Viccar and moor in St. Ervan;
Trewarth Bawden in Gwennap;
Cross Close in Kenwyn;
Dwelling-house in Redruth;
1/3 part of messuage, tenement, blowing-house and smelting-house in Kenwyn late in occ. of Wm. Plummer, Rich. Henry and Francis Benallack;
Tolgus Wartha and Trevithick in Redruth;
1/3 part of Toms Stamps, Killicor Stamps and Lord Falmouth Stamps, and ¼ part of Peter's Stamps with burning house, in Kenwyn and Gwennap;
Shares in tin bounds in Wheal Virgin, Carharrack, Poldice, Wheal Marden, Poldory and Park Sparnon, also parts of Chacewater mine
20 Jan. 1811.

MITCHELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1406  1828

Contents:
Receipts for payments for shares in Joint Stock 4% Annuities paid by Francis Hearle Rodd and Jn. Rundle

[no title]  RD/1407  1828

Contents:
Tavistock turnpike deed poll for £300

[no title]  RD/1408  1830

Contents:
Declaration of trust of £300 recured by mortgage and £500 in bank stock
(1) Francis Hearle Rodd of Northill, esq., and Jn. Rundle of Tavistock, banker, to (2) Jane Mitchell of Tavistock, wid. of rev. Jn. M. of Linkinhorne, clerk, decd.
(1) have collected from various people total sum of £800 for general benefit of Jane and her children Wm. and Jn.; £500 invested in new 4% annuities, £300 invested in Tavistock turnpike
24 Dec. 1830.

[no title]  RD/1409  1828

Contents:
Account of money received and spent by Tavistock Bank on account of widow and family of late Jn. Mitchell of Linkinhorne, clerk, with list of subscribers to her benefit fund

MORGAN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1410  1835

Contents:
Release of claims
(1) Grace Morgan of Devonport, wid., and Harriet and Charlotte Morgan of Devonport, sprs., to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq.
Financial settlement on marriage between Thos. Pardo Morgan and Grace Hurdon, Francis Hearle Rodd being trustee
12 Jan. 1835.

PORTER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1411  1743

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Ann Raynor of Plymouth, wid. of Jn. R. late of Plymouth, vintner, to (2) Jn. Culme and Anthony Porter of Plymouth, gents.
Discharge of trust by trustees
23 Feb. 1743.

[no title]  RD/1412/1,2  1757

Contents:
"An accompt of Whats left in the House Mr. Richard Pufford Lives in, June 25th 1757 ..." listed by Anthony Porter, Plymouth.

[no title]  RD/1413  1758

Contents:
Bill for candlesticks, Mr. Porter to Nich. Crisp

[no title]  RD/1414  n.d

Contents:
Folder "Papers relating to Mrs. Porter's affairs" (probably contained papers numbered RD/1415-1465).

[no title]  RD/1415/1-3  1771

Contents:
Will of Anthony Porter of Plymouth (also copies)
- property in Antony to w.
- South Sea Annuities and house in Lander's Lane to eldest sister Susanna Bluett
- lofts, cellars and houses in Morley's lane with gdn, summerhouse and stables in Mud Lane, and part of South Sea Annuities, to sisters Sarah Webber and Hannah Sleeman
Made and proved 1771.

[no title]  RD/1416  1660-1769

Contents:
"An Account of The Writings of the House that Wm. Kevern now lives in in Broad Street in Plymouth" bequeathed by Anthony Porter to his cousins Eliz. Webb, Sarah Bluett and Meriam Bulling

[no title]  RD/1417  1771

Contents:
"Schedule of the Writings of the house that Kevern now lives in, part of which was delivered up to Mrs. Webb; Those deeds mentd on this Paper with Lines drawn athwart, Mrs. Porter has them not in her Custody nor knows anything of them"

[no title]  RD/1418  1771

Contents:
Receipt by Sarah Webber to Mrs. Deborah Porter for title deeds of Kevern's house, Mr. Collier's gdn and house in Lander's Lane by will of her brother Anthony Porter

[no title]  RD/1419  1771

Contents:
Release of South Sea Annuities

[no title]  RD/1420  1639-1763

Contents:
Schedule of deeds and papers delivered to Mrs. Sarah Webber and Mrs. Hannah Sleeman relating to lands bequeathed to them by their brother Anthony Porter

[no title]  RD/1421  1771

Contents:
Legacy receipts

[no title]  RD/1422  1771

Contents:
Account of taxes on Kevern's gdn and Moody's stable

[no title]  RD/1423  1772-1773

Contents:
Account of taxes paid on Mrs. Porter's dwelling-house

[no title]  RD/1424  1778

Contents:
Receipt for work done for Mrs. Porter

[no title]  RD/1425  1778

Contents:
Copy will of Sarah Webber of Plymouth, wid., 1778. (Wrapper only)

[no title]  RD/1426  1778

Contents:
Letter from J. H. Carpenter to Mrs. Porter

[no title]  RD/1427  1779

Contents:
Survey of new thatching on barn at West Antony

[no title]  RD/1428/1,2  1780

Contents:
Letter (unsigned) to Thos. Darracott esq., mayor of Plymouth, concerning house in Green Lane, bequeathed by will of Sarah Webber

[no title]  RD/1429  1778-1780

Contents:
List of burial entries from registers of Charles and St. Andrews, Plymouth

[no title]  RD/1430  1777-1782

Contents:
Receipts for rent and rates paid by Mrs. Porter

[no title]  RD/1431/1,2  1746-1780

Contents:
Letter from Margery Taylor to Mrs. Porter of Broad Street, Plymouth, enclosing former's marriage certificate of 1746, 1780.

[no title]  RD/1432  1782

Contents:
Account for Dr. Rosdon's visits to Margery Taylor

[no title]  RD/1433/1-3  1782

Contents:
Copy will of Deborah Porter of Plymouth, wid. of Anthony P.

[no title]  RD/1434  1782

Contents:
Mr. Wheeler's receipt for coffin and for legacy left by Mrs. Deborah Porter to him and Mr. Netherton as subscribing witnesses to her will

[no title]  RD/1435/1,2  1782

Contents:
Letters from Rob. Rashleigh to Francis Rodd, esq., concerning will of Mrs. Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1436  1782

Contents:
Rent receipts for Knatford's Ruins in Buckwell

[no title]  RD/1437  1782

Contents:
List of legacies to be paid under Mrs. Porter's will

[no title]  RD/1438  1782-1790

Contents:
Receipts for funeral expenses and legacies

[no title]  RD/1439  1782

Contents:
Account of sale by auction of Mrs. Porter's household goods

[no title]  RD/1440  1780

Contents:
Memorandum written by Deborah Porter of articles to be given to her servant Sarah Paxton

[no title]  RD/1441  1782

Contents:
Sarah Paxton's receipt for legacy of silver cup, spoons etc.

[no title]  RD/1442  1782

Contents:
Letter from Sarah Paxton to Francis Rodd asking him to pay Wm. Swan the annuity of £6 bequeathed to her by Mrs. Porter, with receipt signed by Wm. Swan

[no title]  RD/1443/1-3  1782

Contents:
Receipts by Wm. Swan for items received from Francis Rodd, including silver tankard marked with Porter arms, and £200 legacy

[no title]  RD/1444  1782

Contents:
Receipt by Mary Harris for £10 legacy and for wages due at Mrs. Porter's death

[no title]  RD/1445  1782

Contents:
Account of Michael Rose, mercer, sent to Francis Rodd for mourning clothes for Mrs. Porter's funeral

[no title]  RD/1446  1773-1782

Contents:
Receipts by Sarah Bluett for legacy due from Anthony Porter

[no title]  RD/1447  1782

Contents:
Receipt by Hercules Cummings and w. Eliz. of Plymouth for legacy due from estate of Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1448  1782

Contents:
Receipt by Eliz. Cuming of Plymouth, spr., for legacy due from estate of Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1449  1782

Contents:
Receipt by Jane Hickman of Plymouth for legacy due from estate of Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1450  1783

Contents:
Receipt by Joseph Webb for £400 South Sea Annuities paid by Rob. Rashleigh, attorney to Francis Rodd, esq., exor. of Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1451  1782

Contents:
Receipt by Thos. Bickford of Taunton, shoemaker, for £20 received from Francis Rodd as legacy from Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1452  n.d

Contents:
Note: "Marey Bickford Husbents nane Walter Barns be longer to ye 7 Squd. 24 Compeney"

[no title]  RD/1453  1783

Contents:
Receipt by Thos. Bickford for annuity left to him be Deborah Porter

[no title]  RD/1454  1785

Contents:
Receipt by J. Wheeler for annuity

[no title]  RD/1455  1785

Contents:
Letter from Thos. Bickford to Francis Rodd requesting payment of his annuity to Jn. Barnett jun.

[no title]  RD/1456  1784

Contents:
Letter from Thos. Bickford to Francis Rodd requesting payment of his annuity to Jn. Barnett jun.

[no title]  RD/1457  1788

Contents:
Letter from Wm. Culme to ? Francis Rodd concerning Mrs. Porter's annuities

[no title]  RD/1458  1782

Contents:
Jonathan Elford's bill of costs concerning Mrs. Porter's will

[no title]  RD/1459  1783

Contents:
Letter from Jonathan Elford of Plymouth Dock to Francis Rodd explaining bill of costs

[no title]  RD/1460  1784

Contents:
Letter from Jonathan Elford to ? Francis Rodd; has received Mr. Austen's money and has paid Miss Rodd £150

[no title]  RD/1461  1784

Contents:
Letter from Jonathan Elford to Francis Rodd concerning payment of his bill

[no title]  RD/1462/1,2  1796

Contents:
Land tax receipts for Mr. Dunning's cellars and lofts on Guy's quay, Plymouth, paid by Messrs. Elford and Foot

[no title]  RD/1463  1795

Contents:
Copy letter from Messrs. Elford and Foot to Col. Rodd concerning Joseph Moore, who went to the coast of Guinea in a slave ship and has not been heard of since; father lives in Plymouth and is "a respectable old man"

[no title]  RD/1464  1796

Contents:
Account current of Messrs. Elford and Foot with Col. Rodd

[no title]  RD/1465/1-3  1795-1796

Contents:
Receipts for rent, payment for work done, etc.

ROWE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1466  1805

Contents:
Assignment of £1684-4-3 bank annuities in trust
(1) Wm. Rowe of Launceston, surgeon, and w. Ann, to (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Croan and Jn. Cudlipp of Launceston, esqs., in trust for Ann Rowe
4 Dec. 1805.
Letter and receipt attached.

SANFORD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1467  1781

Contents:
Will and probate of Jas. Sanford of West Monkton, Somerset, clerk
- sister Ann S. to have all goods devised in will of bro. Edw. S., also all lands in Culmstock, Devon, and advowson of Burlescombe, Devon
Made 1781, proved 1782.

[no title]  RD/1468  1827

Contents:
Letters and papers concerning administration of Jas. Sandford's estate

[no title]  RD/1469  1793

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement; consideration: £500 paid by Edw. Marshall to (1)
(1) Wm. Ayshford Sanford of Ninehead Court, Somerset, s. of Jn. S. late of same place, esq., decd., (2) Jn. Gunston of Edgar Buildings, Bath, esq; (3) Jn. Santer of New Inn, Mddx., gent; (4) Mary Marshall of Breage, spr., infant; (5) Jn. Chichester of Youlston, Devon, bart., and Alex. Popham esq., Master of Court of Chancery; (6) Hen. Wm. Sanford of Walford, West Monkton, Somerset, esq., and Edw. Marshall of Breage, clerk, father of (4), on marriage between (1) and (4)
(1) to (3)
Manors of Ayshford and Burlescombe in Burlescombe, Devon;
Pauletsleigh farm in Clayhanger, Devon; tithes, rectory and glebe of Burlescombe; Bichill farm, Chamberlain's farm, Holbrook's, Hitchcock's and Beer, all in Burlescombe;
Mansion house, barton and lands of Ninehead Florey in Somerset, also part of Goldenhill in Ninehead and West Buckland, with rectory, tithe and glebe of Ninehead;
Farthing's tenement and Calcott's in Ninehead; property in Langford Budville and Raddington
29 Aug. 1793.

THOMAS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1470  1827

Contents:
Draft assignment of 1000 yr term
(1) Francis Freke Gunston of Bishopshull, Somerset, esq., and Rob. Beadon of Taunton, gent., exors. of will of Prokter Thomas of Wellington, Somerset, gent., decd; (2) Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq; (3) Jn. Bluett of Taunton, grocer, and Jas. Penny of Taunton, gent., late of Taunton, bankers, co-partners and bankrupts; (4) Matthew and Jn. Brickdale; (5) Jn. Fortescue Brickdale esq.; (6) David Wm. Gregorie of Westminster, esq., and Nich. Brickdale Ward of Bristol, esq.; (7) and (8) not named
Piece of ground called Cross Lands, and toft where a messuage formerly stood, also gdn; close called Monkton Cross, all in West Monkton, Somerset
1827 (day and month not given).

WOLLCOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1471/1,2  1776

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement to create trusts (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Wollcock of Northill, clerk; (2) Emlin Weevil of Northill, spr; (3) Francis Rodd of Northill, esq., and Jas. Chappell of Appledore in Northam, Devon, gent., on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3)
Moiety of tenements called nomans lands and Pomerhays, with moiety of Tidford tenement, all in Awliscombe, Devon; moiety of Compton house in Saltash; also messuages and tenements called Hole and Anthony's Cott in High Bray, Devon
(2) to (3)
Penhole, John's Trevorsden, Ford's, Bate's and Trughill in Northill and Linkinhorne
6/7 June 1776.

PUBLIC OFFICE  [no ref. or date]

MILITIA  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1472  1642

Contents:
"A copie of a Letter wch our Cornish Gent. sent unto ye Earle of Bathe in 1642" concerning commission of array and opposition of Mr. Buller and his son, Alex. Carie, Mr. Erysey, Mr. Godolphin and Mr. Thomas Arundle

Appointments by Geo. and Rich., earls of Mount Edgcumbe and lords lieutenant (Francis Rodd being colonel of Royal Cornwall Regiment of Militia)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1473  1781

Contents:
Rich. Hicks, gent., as ensign

[no title]  RD/1474  1782

Contents:
Jn. Arthur, as ensign

[no title]  RD/1475  1788

Contents:
Rich. Hicks of St. Columb, esq., as lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1476  1791

Contents:
Nevil Rich. Prideaux of Place, esq., as ensign

[no title]  RD/1477  1792

Contents:
Jn. Lemon, esq., as captain

[no title]  RD/1478  1792

Contents:
Thos. Nicholas of Constantine, esq., as captain-lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1479  1793

Contents:
Wm. Porter, gent., as ensign

[no title]  RD/1480  1793

Contents:
Andrew Hill Sargent, as ensign

[no title]  RD/1481  1793

Contents:
Hon. Wm. Eliot of Port Eliot, as lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1482  1793

Contents:
Jas. Coles, gent., as ensign

[no title]  RD/1483  1794

Contents:
Jn. Bennett as lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1484  1794

Contents:
Wm. Porter, gent., as lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1485  1794

Contents:
Hen. John, jun., gent., as ensign

[no title]  RD/1486  1794

Contents:
Andrew Hill Sargent, gent., as lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1487  1795

Contents:
Sam. Levie, esq., as lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1488  1795

Contents:
Joseph Hosken, esq., as captain

[no title]  RD/1489  1798

Contents:
Geo. Ince, gent., as ensign

[no title]  RD/1490  1798

Contents:
Jn. Constable, esq., as captain-lieutenant

[no title]  RD/1491  1798

Contents:
Hundred of East, militia meeting, list of parishes, men and substitutes enrolled, with ages, heights and descriptions

SHRIEVALTY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1492  1700

Contents:
Appointment of undersheriff
Chas. Grylls jun. of Court, esq., sheriff, to Walter Hobbs of Bodmin, gent.
Consideration: "for the good opinion he hath conceited of the sd. W.H. and reposing an undoubted confidence and trust in the Honesty, care and Skill of the said W.H."
5 Feb. 1700.

[no title]  RD/1493  1702

Contents:
Delivery of custody of persons in the sheriff's prison
Chas. Grylls, jun., esq., late sheriff of Cornwall, to Gregory Peter, esq., present sheriff
Prisoners listed individually by name
1 Aug. 1702.

[no title]  RD/1494  1714

Contents:
Deed of sale; consideration: £110
Edw. Amy, esq., sheriff of Cornwall, to Chas. Grylls of Court, esq.
Edw. A. has by Exchequer writ taken from estate of Jn. Manly esq. 5 horses, 42 bullocks, 180 sheep, 80 lambs, 10 small pigs, 18 old chairs, 8 old tableboards, 3 old bedsteads, 4 old beds performed, 2 bedticks, 1 old bolster, 2 old pillows, 1 old looking-glass, 4 old stools, 1 old clock and case, 2 old chests of drawers, 1 old stand, 1 silver salver, 1 silver cup, 6 silver spoons, 12 old pewter plates, 1 old crock, 2 old pewter basins, 2 old pewter dishes, 2 old keeves, 2 old barrels, the body of a wain, a plough and two chains, butt and wheels, piece of mow of wheat, piece of mow of barley, piece of mow of oats, a stone cider pound and vat, 7¼ acres of wheat now growing, a little old trunk with linen in it, and 2 old tubs, to satisfy debt
6 May 1714.

[no title]  RD/1495  1818

Contents:
Appointment of Francis Hearle Rodd of Trebartha Hall esq. as sheriff to succeed Wm. Arundel Harris, esq.

[no title]  RD/1496  1818

Contents:
Quittance roll of Francis Hearle Rodd

[no title]  RD/1497  1845

Contents:
Appointment of Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall esq. as sheriff to succeed Hen. Lewis Stephens of Tregenna Castle, St. Ives, esq.

PERSONAL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1498  Apr. - Oct. 1802

Contents:
Personal account book (travelling expenses, clothes, amusements, etc.)

[no title]  RD/1499  1827-1829

Contents:
Freemason's certificate of admission: Francis Rodd to St. George's Lodge, Exeter

[no title]  RD/1500  1864

Contents:
"Murray's Handbook to Hereford Cathedral", 1864, with pencilled notes on Rodd family on flyleaf.

GRYLLS FAMILY PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

TITLE DEEDS, LEASES AND ESTATE PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

LANREATH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1501  1587

Contents:
Mortgage for £1200
(1) Hugh Trevanyon of Carreyhayes, esq., to (2) Jn. Chydley of Ayrston, Devon, esq.
Manor of Lanreath or Lanrethow, with advowson of church of Lanreath, which (1)'s father Hugh T. purchased from (2)'s father Christ. C. esq.
6 July 1587.

[no title]  RD/1502/1,2  ? early 16th cent

Contents:
Fragment of court roll, manor of Lanreath, with transcript and notes by C. K. Croft Andrew

[no title]  RD/1503  1598, 1599

Contents:
Court roll, manor of Lanreath

[no title]  RD/1504  1681

Contents:
Articles of agreement
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., with (2) Francis Grylls, rector of Lanreath
(1) and his s. Chas. G. jun. grant the next turn in presentation to living of Lanreath to (2) so that he can present his s. Mich. G.
(2) during his lifetime and incumbency to receive from (1) in lieu of tithes from Court and Bogga Mills (which belong to Court Barton) 20/- at Easter, and similar sum during incumbency of his son
20 July 1681.

[no title]  RD/1505  1681

Contents:
Bond in £100 to perform covenants in agreement of even date (as above)
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., to (2) Francis Grylls, rector of Lanreath
20 July 1681.

[no title]  RD/1506  1681

Contents:
Lease for term of incumbency of Francis Grylls
(1) Francis Grylls of Lanreath, rector, and s. Mich. G., to
(2) Chas. Grylls sen. of Court, Lanreath, esq., and s. Chas. G. jun.
Tithes of Court barton and Bogga mills
27 Sep. 1681.

[no title]  RD/1507  1691/92

Contents:
Grant
(1) Nich. Gryles, rector of Lanreath, to (2) Chas. Gryles of Court, esq.
All the south aisle or chancel being 18' long, being divided from the body of the church by a rood loft, to be repaired and maintained by parishioners for use and benefit of (2)
11 Jan. 1691/92.
Also confirmation of grant by churchwardens and principal inhabitants
Also grant of licence by Jonathan Trelawny, bishop of Exeter, to Chas. Gryles of south aisle (as above)
12 Jan. 1691/92.

[no title]  RD/1508  1713

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing)
Consideration: for a provision for Rich. Grylls, Chas. G.'s youngest son, "who is now att Baliall Colledge in Oxon and intends to bee ordained a Priest"
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., to (2) Wm. Grylls of Chaddlehanger, Lamerton, Devon, gent., Edw. Dennys of Liskeard, gent., and Geo. Dennys of Liskeard, gent.
Rectory, advowson and patronage of Lanreath
20 Apr. 1713.

[no title]  RD/1509  c.1700

Contents:
Letter from R. Buller concerning tithes of Court

LISKEARD  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1510  1544

Contents:
20 yr lease; rent 8d
(1) Thos. Felypp of Liskeard, yeo., to (2) Peter Warryson, chaplain
2 closes of land with appurtenances part of the king's manor of Haggeland in Liskeard which Peter W. formerly held
27 Mar. 1544
Endorsed: memorandum of agreement between parties that (1) shall not have property again unless he pays (2) £10, (2) to pay rent for every year he occupies premises.

[no title]  RD/1511/1,2  1715

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a recovery (lease and release)
(1) Jn. Richards of Liskeard, gent., to (2) Edw. Dennys of Liskeard, gent., (3) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq.
Tenements called Howsey in Liskeard (about 15 acres); also Hearle's tenement in village of Gormellick or Gummellick in Liskeard, formerly purchased from Jn. Werry (about 11 acres); also tenement in Gormellick late the lands of Cornelius Moone (14 acres); tenement there in occ. of Jn. Moone (6 acres)
5/6 Mar. 1715.

[no title]  RD/1512  1716

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's daus. Ann, Mary and Philippa); rent 10/-
Consideration: £23-6-8
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., to (2) Jn. Vigurs of Liskeard
2/3 parts of 2 closes of land in Liskeard late in occ. of Emanuel Pyper, esq.
17 Apr. 1716.

NORTH PETHERWIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1513  1694

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease for a yr missing)
(1) Leonard Yeo of North Petherwin, esq., to (2) Chas. Grills of Court, esq., Geo. Yeo of Huish, Devon, esq., Thos. Kelly of Trewint, esq., Hugh Pyper of Treswarrow, esq., and Jn. Hoblyn of Middle Temple, esq.; (3) Eliz. Pearse of Davidstow, spr., dau. of Jn. P. of Davidstow, esq., decd., on marriage between (1) and (3)
Barton farm and demesne lands called North Petherwin, also Hilscott, Trillacott, Penroose, Youngcott, Atry Downs and Billacott, all in North Petherwin
19 Dec. 1694.

PELYNT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1514  1615/16

Contents:
Lease for lives of lessees; rent 28/-; consideration: £20
(1) Jn. Grills of Lanreath, esq., to (2) Rose Clogg of Pelynt, wid., and her s. Hugh C.
2/3 parts of tenement called Higher Tremayne in Pelynt
3 Feb. 1615/16.

PENRYN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1515  1721/22

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, wid. of Renatus Bellott of Bochym, esq., decd., (2) Kath. Norris of Penryn, wid., to (3) Grace Norris of Penryn, spr.
Tenement in Penryn, bounded on s. with street, on n. with river, on w. with Pendarves lands, on e. with Padget lands
17 Jan. 1721/22.

WARLEGGAN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1516  1550

Contents:
Bargain and sale; consideration: £40
(1) Wm. Fry of Polruan, yeo., to (2) Wm. Grylls of Tavystock, merchant
Messuages, lands and tenements in Carburr, Warleggan
4 Dec. 1550.

COMPOSITE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1517  1560

Contents:
Exemplification of a final concord
Wm. Grilles, querant; Jn. Harry and w. Agnes, and Kath. Harry, wid., deforciants
Property in Rosemolyon, Trevyllyan, Menadew le Over, in Luxulyan, and Gredyowe and Colcarrowe in Lanlivery
Michaelmas term 1560.
Good seal.

[no title]  RD/1518  1635

Contents:
Writ of execution of order
Chas. Elly, querant; Jn. Elly and Walter Kendall, deforciants
Querant given until Christmas to move out of premises in dispute
17 Nov. 1635.

[no title]  RD/1519  1639

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement; consideration: £400 by Francis Grylls to (1)
(1) Nich. Gilberd sen. of Boconnoc, gent., to (2) Jn. Grylls of Lanreath, esq., Rob. Cary of South Allington, Devon, Chas. Grylls of Lanreath and Nich. Cory of Bodmin, gents., on marriage between Nich., s. of (1), and Martha, dau. of Francis Grylls of Lanreath
Messuage and tenement called Hendra or Hender in Menheniot;
Messuage and tenement in borough of Bodmin;
Messuage and tenement called Higher Sigdon, and 3 closes of land called Typpett's ground in Charleton, Devon
6 Apr. 1639.

[no title]  RD/1520  1649

Contents:
Memorandum of agreement
(1) Sir Jn. Grylls and w. Dame Grace, and (2) their son Chas. G.
Sir John being very sick wishes to raise portions for s. Wm. and daus. Johan and Phillep; Grace to discharge Charles of all debts, shares and encumbrances; Chas. to have all household goods now in Sir John's mansion house called Court; Chas. to make new leases to raise money to pay debts and to provide portions for brother and sisters, premises in Lanreath, Pelynt and Warleggan
27 Dec. 1649.

[no title]  RD/1521  1717

Contents:
Schedule of documents delivered to Madam Grylls by Mr. Edw. Dennys "at her house in Constantine churchtown", relating to premises in Benallack and Nansarthon in Constantine, Treveglos, Vose and Camwarrack in Zennor, manor of Tywardreath, Loewartha and Loevean in Feock, and premises in Our Lady Street, Helston

OUT-COUNTY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1522  1720

Contents:
Copy release; consideration: £2290
(1) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq., and w. Mary, cousin and heir of Rich. Spoure of Grays Inn, Mddx., gent., her great-uncle, decd., (2) Lemon Hutchins esq. s. of Sir Geo. H., decd., Wm. Peer Williams of Grays Inn, Mddx., to (3) Jn. Squibb of Lincolns Inn, esq., and Geo. Brownlow Doughty, esq.
Tenement built on piece of ground in the street made in York House Garden in St. Martin-in-the-Fields called Buckingham Street, Mddx.
4 Nov. 1720.

PERSONAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1523  1662-1703

Contents:
Receipt by Jn. Pringley for £260 paid by Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., in satisfaction of debts, 1662.
Papers relating to administration of goods of Jn. Buller of Keverell, jun., esq., decd., by his creditors Chas. Grylls, Peter Major, Rob. Smyth and Rob. Avery, in order to obtain repayment of debts, 1693-1703

[no title]  RD/1524  1693, 1694

Contents:
Memorandum of bonds and debts, 1693, 1694
Endorsed: "Mr Grylls and Mr Buller Memorandum".

[no title]  RD/1525  1697/98

Contents:
Bond in £200 to secure payment of £100
(1) Jn. Buller of Kiverell, Cornwall, esq., Chas. Grylls sen. of Court, esq., Ferdinand Spiller of Broadoake, gent., and Rob. Avery of St. Martins, gent., to (2) Thos. Payne of Plymouth, gent.
23 Feb. 1697/98.

[no title]  RD/1526  1697/98

Contents:
Bond in £200 to secure payment of £100
(1) as above to (2) Alice Bourne of London, wid.
23 Feb. 1697/98.

[no title]  RD/1527  1698

Contents:
Bond in £200 to secure payment of £100
(1) Jn. Buller jun. of Kiverell, esq., Chas. Grylls sen. of Court, esq., and Ferdinand Spiller of Bradock, gent., to (2) Sam. Maddock of Tamerton, gent.
27 July 1698.

[no title]  RD/1528  1698

Contents:
Bond in £200 to secure payment of £100
(1) as above, to (2) Hugh Boscawen, Jonathan Rashleigh and Nich. Norice, esqs.
14 Sep. 1698.

[no title]  RD/1529  1698

Contents:
Counter-bond in £40 to secure payment of £100 to (2) as above
(1) Jn. Buller jun. of Keverell, esq., to (2) Ferdinand Spiller of Braddock, gent.
14 Sep. 1698.
Cover letter from Rich. Eare of Plymouth directed to "The Highly Honored John Buller jun. Esqr."

[no title]  RD/1530  1698

Contents:
"Mr. Buller's debts due on Bonds, Pd by Mr. Gryles"

[no title]  RD/1531  c.1700

Contents:
Account of "The principle debts" due to Mr. Major, Mr. Smith, Mr. Gryles, Rob. Avery and Mr. Hancock

[no title]  RD/1532  1700/1701

Contents:
Bond in £100 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Jn. Dagge of Bodmin, merchant, to (2) Chas. Gryles jun.
5 Feb. 1700/1701.

[no title]  RD/1533  1700/1701

Contents:
Bond in £100 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Jn. Glynn of St. Winnow, gent., to (2) Chas. Gryles, jun.
5 Feb. 1700/1701.

[no title]  RD/1534  1700/1701

Contents:
Bond in £1000 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Walter Hobbs of Bodmin, gent., to (2) Chas. Gryles, jun.
5 Feb. 1700/1701.

[no title]  RD/1535  1700/1701

Contents:
Bond in £230
(1) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., and s. Chas. G. jun., and Ferdinand Spiller of Sheviock, gent., to (2) Hugh Boscawen, Jonathan Rashleigh and Nich. Morice
(1) to pay (2) £115 to use of or in trust for Sir Rich. Carew
14 Mar. 1700/1701.

[no title]  RD/1536  1701

Contents:
Writ to sheriff to cause Chas. Grylls and Ferdinand Spiller to appear at Westminster to answer Hugh Boscawen, Jonathan Rashleigh and Nich. Morice in plea of trespass

[no title]  RD/1537  1701

Contents:
"A Compute of Mr. Bullers of Keverell debts"

[no title]  RD/1538  1701

Contents:
Acknowledgement of bond in £230 to secure payment of £115
(1) Rich. Eare of Saltash, steward or agent for Hugh Boscawen, esq., Jonathan Rashleigh and Nich. Morice, esqs., trustees for Sir Rich. Carew, to (2) Chas. Grylls of Court, esq., his s. Chas. G. jun., and Ferdinando Spiller
16 Apr. 1701.

[no title]  RD/1539  1697-1701

Contents:
Account of wages due to Mary Hill from her master Jn. Buller, esq., decd.

[no title]  RD/1540  1698-1701

Contents:
Bill of Hen. Harrison, coachman, for expenses due from Mr. Buller's estate

[no title]  RD/1541  1701

Contents:
Demands on administrators of Jn. Buller's estate by his father and his widow (details of furniture, money and clothes)

[no title]  RD/1542  1701

Contents:
Letter from Jn. Anstis to Edw. Dennys at Liskeard concerning administration of Mr. Buller's estate (he died while attending Parliament leaving bills unpaid)

[no title]  RD/1543  1701

Contents:
Letter from W. Moyle to Edw. Dennys, attorney, concerning administration of Mr. Buller's estate

[no title]  RD/1544  1701

Contents:
Edw. Dennis' note about Mr. Buller's keys

[no title]  RD/1545  1703

Contents:
Receipt by Wm. Nyles for 10/- costs paid by Chas. Grylls, esq., in the Prerogative Court "about Mr. Buller's Businesse"

[no title]  RD/1546  1701-1703

Contents:
P. Lyne's bill of costs to Chas. Grylls, Peter Major, Rob. Smyth and Rob. Avery, creditors of Jn. Buller jun., esq., decd., in order to obtain administration of his goods

[no title]  RD/1547  1723

Contents:
Bond in £1000 to secure payment of £500
(1) Chas. Amyatt of New Inn, Mddx., gent., to (2) Chas. Gryles of Trebartha, esq.
30 Sep. 1723.

RODD PAPERS (DEVON)  [no ref. or date]

TITLE DEEDS, LEASES AND ESTATE PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

DODDISCOMBESLEIGH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1548  1767

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Isaac Sercembe of Exeter, wine cooper, Jacob Wills of Doddiscombesleigh, Devon, yeo., and Thos. Roach of Doddiscombesleigh, gent., to (2) Jas. Rodd of Weare, Topsham, esq.
Moiety of fields called Hare Hill and Prescombe in Doddiscombesleigh (23 acres)
15 Jan. 1767.

[no title]  RD/1549  1768

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Edm. Granger of Sowton, Devon, clerk, and Thos. Roach of Doddiscombesleigh, gent., to (2) Jas. Rodd late of Wear, Devon, now of Exeter, esq.
Messuage or mansion house called Doddiscombesleigh, with barn, stables, pound house and all other appurtenances and fields (named)
23 Dec. 1768.

[no title]  RD/1550  1820

Contents:
Appointment and demise for 100 yrs to secure payment of annuities
(1) Jas. Rodd, lately of Doddiscombesleigh, now of Heavitree, Devon, esq.; (2) Federata Rodd, his wife; (3) Francis Rodd of Heavitree, esq., their eldest son; (4) Jn. Dennis Burdon of Black Torrington, esq., trustee for (2) and (3)
(1) to (4) in trust:
Mansion house called Doddiscombesleigh, with gdn, barn, stables, pound house and all outhouses, orchards and fields; also Will Park tenement and Little Apridge in Doddiscombesleigh; also moiety of Lower Perry tenement, Ogdon tenement, Ashridge's and Darlicombe's Easton Hill and Boose moor in Doddiscombesleigh; Holmbush tenement in Clyst St. George
2 Feb. 1820.

[no title]  RD/1551  1825-1828

Contents:
Release (lease for a yr missing); consideration: £1500
(1) Ann Upham of Exeter, wid., to (2) Jas. Rodd of Doddiscombesleigh, and Francis Thos. Rodd his eldest son
Property as above
26 Oct. 1825.
Endorsed: memorandum of sale by (2) to Thos. Denman
1/2 Dec. 1828.

[no title]  RD/1552  1827

Contents:
Grant of annuity of £150
(1) Jas. Rodd of Doddiscombesleigh, esq., (2) Francis Thos. Rodd, esq., his son; (3) Jn. Dennis Burdon of Black Torrington, esq.
(1) to (3) in trust for (2)
Lawleigh estate, Cadawin estate and Oak estate part of Pit and Straithead, all in Doddiscombesleigh
17 Feb. 1827.

[no title]  RD/1553  1836

Contents:
Draft deed of declaration of trusts
(1) Jas. Rodd of Doddiscombesleigh, esq., and w. Federata; (2) Francis Thos. Rodd their eldest son; (3) Edm. Geo. Rodd of Doddiscombesleigh, esq.; (4) Eliz. Mary Rodd, spr.; (5) rev. Jn. Jones of North Bovey, Devon, and Jn. Burdon of Burdon, esq.
Financial settlements
9 Feb. 1836.

[no title]  RD/1554  1841

Contents:
Contract for purchase; consideration: £4200
(1) Jas. Rodd of Doddiscombesleigh, esq., and s. Francis Thos. R., to (2) Mark Kennaway of Exeter, gent.
Whitehall tenement in Doddiscombesleigh
31 Mar. 1841.

[no title]  RD/1555/1,2  1798, 1799

Contents:
Receipts for rents paid by Jas. Rodd to the Crown for Doddiscombesleigh

[no title]  RD/1556  n.d

Contents:
Note of particulars of barton of Shippin and agreement for Rich. Coldridge to lease property for 7 yrs
Endorsed in pencil: "Doddiscombsleigh".

[no title]  RD/1557  1814

Contents:
Letter and list of documents "at the Tower" relating to Doddiscombesleigh

[no title]  RD/1558/1,2  1838

Contents:
Letters from Mark Kennaway of Exeter to Jas. Rodd concerning map of Doddiscombesleigh estates; annuities; general estate matters

[no title]  RD/1559/1-5  1841-1842

Contents:
Letters and accounts relating to sale of Whitemoor in Doddiscombesleigh

[no title]  RD/1560  1847

Contents:
Printed specifications of sale of manor of Doddiscombsleigh

[no title]  RD/1561  1848

Contents:
Plan and particulars of estates for sale in parish of Doddiscombsleigh, "late the property of James Rodd, decd."

TOTNES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1562  1654

Contents:
Abstract of grant
(1) Jas. Rodd of Stoke Cannon, to (2) Bampfyld Rodd, Rich. Savery, Chris. Maynard, Tristram Maynard, Wm. Hannaford, Abraham, Holditch, Lawrence Adams, Rich. Martyn, Wm. Gillard, Chris. Maynard jun. and Wm. Hannaford, all of Totnes, merchants, trustees
Messuages, houses and land in Totnes bounded on n. with Rotherfold, property of mayor and burgesses; on e. with way called Leech Mill; on s. with lands of Rich. Savery; on w. with street leading to Larsey Pill, now in occ. of Bernard Atwell and Roger Blackaller, butchers, for use as an almshouse, rooms to be occupied by 6 poor men of Mr. Rodd's nomination during his life, then to be appointed by trustees
10 Apr. 1654.

COMPOSITE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1563  1676

Contents:
Summary of will of Jas. Rodd of Bedford House, Exeter
- legacies to almshouse, servants, poor clergy, poor of parishes where he holds property, relations and friends for mourning rings; plate divided between children; unmarried daus. to receive £1500 each; £900 to Mrs. Spurr as addition to her fortune
- eldest s. Bampfylde Rodd to have manor of Brixham in Brixham, Devon; Dundrize barton, the Deans and Slades in Harberton, Devon; tenements in Stoke Cannon which testator purchased from father-in-law Edw. Bampfylde; reversion of barton of Holgate in Kingsland, Hereford; after his death to his s. Jas., then to his s. Joseph, then to testator's s. Jas. R. and his heirs
- Bampfylde to have also right in tenement of Huxham in Huxham, Devon and right in houses in Gandy's Lane, Exeter; also £1000
- refers to Bampfylde's marriage settlement (including Ockhay mansion in Stoke Cannon, with goods and furniture; Brumbrow in Totnes; moiety of Bradwood Heley; copyhold lands in Essex; barton of Molebarton in Sussex, all of which will come to him after his mother-in-law's death)
- s. Jas. R. to have manor of Doddiscombesleigh; manor of Coughton in Dawlish; lands in Topsham, Exminster, Kenton and Harrington, St. David's and St. Sidwell's, Exeter, Upton and Totnes, all in Devon; also Bedford House in Exeter and premises in Dartington
Made 1676.

[no title]  RD/1564  1676

Contents:
Statement by Jas. Rodd of reasons for disinheriting his eldest son Bampfyld Rodd in favour of younger son James

[no title]  RD/1565  1679

Contents:
Copy pre-nuptial settlement; consideration: £1000 by (3) to (1)
(1) Jas. Rodd of Bedford House; (2) Gertrude Bastard, eldest dau. of Sir Wm. B. of Gerston, Devon; (3) Sir Wm. Bastard, on marriage between (1) and (2)
(1) to (3):
Barton farm of Hooperne or Hooburn in St. David's and St. Sidwell's, Exeter; also barton of Ashford Peverell in Dawlish and Manhead to use of (1) and (2) and their family
14 Oct. 1679.

[no title]  RD/1566  1707

Contents:
General release and quitclaim
(1) Thos. Jeffrey of Exeter, merchant, administrator of will of Eliz. Rodd during the minority of Mgt. Jeffrey, dau. of Thos., Mgt. being appointed extrix., to (2) Jas. Rodd of Ware, Devon, esq.
5 Dec. 1707.

[no title]  RD/1567  1764

Contents:
Release and discharge
(1) Jas. Rodd of Weare, Topsham, Devon, esq., to (2) Joanna Rodd of Exeter, wid., his mother
Administration of will of Wm. Rodd late of Weare, decd., father of James (who died when Jas. was 5 yrs old); Joanna administering estate until James is of age
25 June 1764.

[no title]  RD/1568  1771

Contents:
Marriage licence of Jas. Rodd of Topsham, Devon, esq., and Mary Rayner of The Close, Exeter, spr., in Topsham parish church

[no title]  RD/1569/1-3  1772

Contents:
Will and probate of Jas. Rodd of Exeter, esq.
- goods, chattels and personal estate to Jn. Shapleigh jun. of New Court, Devon, esq., and Francis Rodd of Trebartha Hall, esq., in trust for payment of debts and legacies; also dwelling-house and gdn on the Strand in Topsham now in occ. of mother Joanna Rodd, to use of s. James, after death of Joanna
- rings to mother and w. Mary, also sisters Mary Burden and Eliz. Rodd, uncles Jn. and Faithful Fortescue, and Chas. Burdon; also to trustees
- "to my faithful Black Servant John Pedro the sum of twenty pounds and all my wearing apparel"
- money bequests to family
- all manors, lands and appurtenances to trustees to use of s. James
Made 1772, proved 1782.
Also abstract
Also inventory (listing contents of individual rooms and list of books), 1782.

[no title]  RD/1570  1800

Contents:
Account of Jas. Rodd, esq., to W. H. White, for purchase of Devon house

[no title]  RD/1571  1806

Contents:
Bill of costs, Jas. Rodd to Jn. Jones

[no title]  RD/1572  c.1816

Contents:
Letter from Chas. Hen. Turner to Messrs. Lethbridge and Son, Launceston, concerning Rodd estate deeds

[no title]  RD/1573/1,2  1836, 1837

Contents:
Receipts for money paid by Jas. Rodd

PERSONAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1574  1632-1633

Contents:
Quietus of Rich. Rodd, sheriff of Radnor

[no title]  RD/1575  1646

Contents:
Will of Margt. Price of Pilleth, Radnor, wid.
- financial bequests to mother, to dau. Fridayswede, and to 2 bros. Rich. and Jas. Rodd
Made 1646.

[no title]  RD/1576  1652

Contents:
Oath of allegiance of Jas. Rodd of Stoke Cannon, Devon, esq., to the Commonwealth of England; also certificate of witnesses Wm. and Phil. Jermyn

[no title]  RD/1577  1656

Contents:
Bond in £1000
(1) Jas. Rodd of Stoke, esq., to (2) Geo. Potter of Exeter, merchant, and Jn. Pitt of Exeter, merchant
(1) to show allegiance to the Commonwealth
9 May 1656.

[no title]  RD/1578  1660

Contents:
Commission granted by Geo., duke of Albemarle, to Jas. Rodd of Stoke Cannon, esq., appointing him captain of a company in Sir Copleston Bampfyld's regiment of militia foot

[no title]  RD/1579  1669

Contents:
Appointment of Jas. Rodd as sheriff of Devon

[no title]  RD/1580  Jan. 1810

Contents:
Sacrament certificate of Jas. Rodd, esq. (Exeter cathedral)

[no title]  RD/1581/1,2  1893

Contents:
Letters from Winslow Jones to Mrs. Rodd and to J. H. Rodd concerning family tree of Devon Rodds

MISCELLANEOUS (NON-RODD)  [no ref. or date]

ALTARNUN, ST. NEOT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1582/1,2  1785

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £350
(1) Elias Lang of Tredethy, St. Mabyn, esq., to (2) Sir Jn. Morshead of Trenant Park
All that part of manor of St. Neot consisting of Redmoor in St. Neot, late in occ. of Mary Bennett, and Tolborough or Trewint Moor and Wett Hill in St. Neot, Altarnun, Blisland and St. Breward late in occ. of Geo. Devonshire, now of Jn. Broad, innkeeper
25/26 Oct. 1785.

ALTARNUN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1583  1817

Contents:
Mortgage for £100 (1000 yr demise)
(1) Rich. Garland of Linkinhorne, yeo., to (2) Ann Clifton of Lifton, Devon, spr.
Tenement called Hill with 2 fields adj. in Altarnun, late in occ. of Joseph Reed
24 June 1817.

CALSTOCK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1584  1765

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Ambrose Cox Foote of Calstock, esq., to (2) Jn. Holles of Stoke Damerel, Devon, esq., and Nich. Mill of Stoke Damerel, Devon, gent.
North part of messuage, barton and farm called Harewood or Harwood in Calstock, with marsh tenement
1765 (day and month missing).

[no title]  RD/1585  1801

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £73-10-0
(1) Jn. Pierson Foote of Harwood, esq., to (2) Jn. Tyeth of Launceston, merchant, and Jacob Tyeth of Launceston, brewer
Granary or storehouse with salt house and compting house adj., with 2 limekilns, quay and wet dock at Oakleton; also closes of land called Hele Park and Cakleton orchard, all part of barton of Harwood in Calstock; with use of a private road to the granary and kilns from Hele Gate adj. the parish road to Calstock town
11 May 1801.

ST. IVE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1586  1796

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release; lease for a yr missing)
(1) Jn. Rogers of Holwood, Quethiock, esq.; (2) Wm. Foott of Northill, gent.; (3) Honor Rogers of Holwood, spr., (1)'s dau.; (4) Wm. Rogers of Leigh in Quethiock, gent., trustees, on marriage between (2) and (3)
(1) with approval of (2) and (3) in trust to (4)
West Trevallick in St. Ive, also Cross House, which lies at the first cross in the road that leads from St. Ive churchtown to Callington, which (1) inherited from Rich. Deeble of Roselyon in St. Blazey
22 Dec. 1796.

LAUNCESTON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1587  1702

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Sam. Ball of Launceston, to (2) Wm. Medland of Launceston, mercer
Meadow in Launceston
18 Nov. 1702.

[no title]  RD/1588  1789

Contents:
21 yr lease; rent £16-16-0
(1) Thos. Hamley of Launceston, gent., to (2) Thos. Eyer of Launceston, woolstapler
Parts of dwelling-house consisting of a shop, 2 cellars, parlour behind shop, 2 kitchens, 2 pantrys, a dining room and 3 lodging rooms in the front, a ware room and 2 lodging rooms behind, with liberty to dry clothes in the gdn behind the house, in South Street, Launceston
30 June 1789.

[no title]  RD/1589  1792

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £20
(1) Rev. Chas. Lethbridge, curate of perpetual cure of St. Thomas the Apostle, to (2) Rob. Parsons of St. Thomas, yeo.
Kestle, in St. Thomas-by-Launceston
Good husbandry clauses
23 June 1792.

[no title]  RD/1590/1,2  1805

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent 13 gns (also counterpart)
(1) Thos. Shirley of Islington, Mddx., surgeon, to (2) Sam. Martyn of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, yeo.
Fields in St. Thomas-by-Launceston called Bickley's Moors
1805 (day and month not given).

[no title]  RD/1591  1805

Contents:
9 yr lease; rent £41
(1) Mary Holland of St. Thomas-by-Launceston, wid., to
(2) Thos. Wilton of St. Stephen-by-Launceston, yeo.
Dwelling-house, 2 orchards and land (fields named) in St. Thomas-by-Launceston
29 Sep. 1805

[no title]  RD/1592  1789

Contents:
Will of Solomon Spettigue of Launceston, gent.
- to s. Jn., dwelling-house which Geo. Hill now rents, with upper chambers of house "now made use of by me to keep yarn and wool in", also stable with room over, in Launceston, which testator purchased from Mary Kelly, wid., except the granary built by testator between dwelling-house and stable; also £200
- money bequests to sons Joseph, Edmund, and daus. Mary, Eliz., Susanna and Ann
- appoints as childrens' guardians Edm. Spettigue of Launceston, and Jn. Spettigue of Cheriton Fitzpaine, clerks
- residue of estate to eldest s. Stephen S. (exor.)
Made 1789, proved 1790.

[no title]  RD/1593  Mar. 1826

Contents:
Letter to J. K. Lethbridge of Launceston from G. Morgan of Newport, Launceston, concerning life insurance "if Mr. Rodd will consent"

[no title]  RD/1594  1830

Contents:
Copy will of Chris. Lethbridge of Launceston, attorney-at-law
- life insurance to s. Jn. King Lethbridge and s.-in-law Jn. Arscott Lethbridge to invest for dau. Mary until her marriage
- residue to children Cath. Templer, Sibella Luxmore Lethbridge, Rebecca Cooke, Harriet King, Rob. Lethbridge and Mary, and to grandchildren, the children of late dau. Mrs. Cowlard
- estate of Madford in Launceston with field near workhouse formerly called Cypruss Well, now called Post meadow, to s. Jn. King Lethbridge
- furniture, plate, jewels and books (all listed in detail) to members of family
Made 1830, proved 1831.

[no title]  RD/1595  1831

Contents:
Extract from above will

[no title]  RD/1596/1,2  1831-1835

Contents:
Apprenticeship indentures
Francis, s. of Jn. Oliver (as above) to Thos. Rowe Palmer, grocer and tea dealer, of Launceston, 1831
Jn., s. of Jn. Oliver, curate of Egloskerry, decd., to Wm. Rich. Derry of Launceston, linen draper, 1835.

ST. MAWGAN-IN-MENEAGE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1597  1636

Contents:
99 yr lease (life of lessee's s. Thos. B.); rent 53/4; consideration: £6
(1) Hen. Chinoweth of Mudgeon, St. Martin-in-Meneage, gent., to (2) Jn. Bonsell of St. Martin-in-Meneage
Messuage lands and tenement in Tregear in St. Mawgan-in-Meneage now in occ. of Jn. Roberts alias Tregear
1 Aug. 1636.

NORTH PETHERWIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1598  1700

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Edw. Crodacott of North Petherwin, and w. Honor, to
(2) Degory Crodacott of North Petherwin, clerk
East Troswell and Maxworthy
10 July 1700.

[no title]  RD/1599  1788

Contents:
7, 11, or 14 yr lease; rent £37
(1) Edw. Marshall of Stratton, owner, and Jeffery Colmoore of Hartland, Devon, yeo., mortgagee, to (2) Geo. Gillard of Warbstow, farmer
Messuage and tenement called Penroose in occ. of Chas. Brinacombe
Good husbandry clauses
3 Jan. 1788.

[no title]  RD/1600  1803

Contents:
12 yr lease; rent £32
(1) Rich. Berryman of Plymouth Dock, gent., to (2) Edm. Spettigue of North Petherwin, husbandman
Trillacott in occ. of Edm. Spettigue
Good husbandry clauses
10 Jan. 1803.

[no title]  RD/1601/1,2  1804

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Wm. Phillips, querant; Jn. Peardon and w. Eliz., and Digory Peardon, deforciants
West Troswell and Staddon
Easter term 1804.

[no title]  RD/1602/1,2  1823

Contents:
Final concord (also counterpart)
Jn. Geake, jun., querant; Edm. Horrell and w. Eliz., deforciants
Moiety of Helscott
Trinity term 1823.

[no title]  RD/1603  1665/66

Contents:
Bond in £120 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Thos. Wills of Botreauxcastle, gent., to (2) Jn. Bate of North Petherwin, yeo.
14 Jan. 1665/66.

PILLATON  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1604  1809

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £75
(1) Coryndon Rowe of Launceston, gent., to (2) Wm. Hooper of Stratton, yeo.
Messuage, tenement and farm called East Bera in Pillaton late in occ. of Hen. Skin
Good husbandry clauses
6 May 1809.

[no title]  RD/1605  1811

Contents:
12 yr lease; rent £75
(1) Coryndon Rowe of Launceston, gent., to (2) Wm. Pearse of Pillaton, yeo.
East Bera, late in occ. of Wm. Hooper (as above)
Good husbandry clauses
12 Aug. 1811.

SOUTHILL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1606  1823

Contents:
10 yr lease; rent £9-10-0
(1) Eliz. Facy, wid., and Wm. Facy, yeo., both of Werrington, Devon, to (2) Eliz. Body of Southill, wid.
Messuage and tenement in Southill called Trevigro late in occ. of Wm. Lawer
Good husbandry clauses
19 Apr. 1823.

SOUTH PETHERWIN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1607  1758

Contents:
Mortgage for £200 (500 yr lease)
(1) Rich. Wadge of Upton, Lewannick, gent., to (2) Swete Nich. Archer of Trelaske, esq.
Trevosper
26 July 1758.

ST. TEATH  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1608  1806

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £10-10-0
(1) Jn. Lyon of Lincolns Inn, Mddx., esq., to (2) Rich. Roskelly of St. Teath, yeo.
Mena Park
Good husbandry clauses
1 Mar. 1806.

TEMPLE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1609/1,2  1800

Contents:
Pre-nuptial settlement (lease and release)
(1) Geo. Francis Collins Browne of Whitley House, Devon, esq., lately called Geo. Francis Collins, grandson of Geo. Browne of Bodmin, esq., decd; (2) Lucy Meers of Wisbech St. Peters, Cambridge, spr.; (3) Isaac Meers of Wisbech St. Peters, merchant, Lucy's father, Jn. Wallis of Bodmin, gent., and Hugh Jackson of Wisbech St. Peters, gent., on marriage between (1) and (2)
Messuage and tenement called Merrifield in Temple in occ. of Petherick Bunt and Chas. Rundle; tenement called Torr and Higher and Middle Torr in Temple, in occ. of Wm. Burnard; 2/3 parts of Dunnaton in Temple in occ. of Roger Bate; also tithes of corn and grain of Bodmin and Poundstock
23/24 May 1800.

TREWEN  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1610  1822

Contents:
7 yr lease; rent £28
(1) Hen. Lakes of St. Austell, esq., to (2) Rich. Westlake of Trewen, yeo.
Tenement in Trewen called Facy's tenement late in occ. of Thos. Gill, part of manor of Lawhitton
Good husbandry clauses
1 Aug. 1822.

COMPOSITE  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1611  1714-1806

Contents:
Abstract of title of Chas. Rashleigh to lands formerly the property of Northmore Hearle, esq., decd.
Manor of Trebollett and barton of Landew in Lezant, Northill and St. Neot; also 5/6 parts of manor of Meavy and Knoll in Walkhampton and Sampford Spinney, Devon
(Northmore Hearle died in 1737 leaving property to 6 half-sisters, daus. of Chas. Kendall, who had married Northmore H.'s mother; of the daus., Eliz. m. Adam Pierce in 1740, Charlotte m. Hugh Lawrence in 1753.)

[no title]  RD/1612  1736-1806

Contents:
Supplemental abstract of title of Humphry Lawrence, esq., to manor of Trebollett in Lezant and lands in Lostwithiel

[no title]  RD/1613/1,2  1806

Contents:
Act for vesting certain parts of estates in Cornwall and Devon in trustees for sale, being lands devised by Hannah Bedford of Launceston, decd., sister of Northmore Hearle, decd.
Schedule of property

[no title]  RD/1614  1791

Contents:
Extract from settlement granting administration of unspecified lands to Geo., bishop of Lincoln, and Joseph Turner, in trust for Eliot family

GENERAL PAPERS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1615  n.d., ?c.1642-43?

Contents:
Letter from Jonathan Trelawny requesting recipient of letter to be his "Let. Collo." in regiment of the hundred; "If you think that Mr. Glin will accept his brother's company I will send him a Commission... it hath pleased his Highness to confer the regiment of this hundred on mee"

[no title]  RD/1616  1696

Contents:
Bond in £40
(1) Rich. Luskey of Northill, tanner, to (2) Rich. Crabb of St. Dominic, yeo.
Marriage arranged between (1) and Joan, dau. of Rich. Crabb of Linkinhorne, yeo., decd; (1) to arrange jointure
14 July 1696.

[no title]  RD/1617  1736

Contents:
General quitclaim
(1) Jn. Peters of Northill, yeo., to (2) Rich. Stacye of Lewannick, yeo.
7 May 1736.

[no title]  RD/1618  1740

Contents:
Bond in £160 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Jn. Peter of Northill, yeo., to (2) Rich. Stacye of Lewannick, yeo.
13 Mar. 1740.

[no title]  RD/1619  1768

Contents:
Will of Jn. Turner of Tintagel, blacksmith
- money bequests to family
- all property to s. Wm. T.
Made 1768.

[no title]  RD/1620  1837

Contents:
Blank printed form of declaration of election of guardians, Launceston Union

[no title]  RD/1621  1839

Contents:
Grant of administration of goods of Jn. Spry Tresidder of Penryn, bachelor, decd., to Jn. Tresidder, his father

[no title]  RD/1622  1650-1672

Contents:
Typescript of leases granted by Jn., lord Robartes, of lands and messuages in Cornwall, 1650-1672 (transcribed from MSS in Bodleian Library, Oxford).

[no title]  RD/1623  1827

Contents:
Map of Henwood in Linkinhorne and Lambadla in St. Cleer, the property of R. Rowe of Lamerton

[no title or date]  RD/1624

Contents:
Broken seal (poor quality).

[no title or date]  RD/1625

Contents:
Fragment of document.

OUT-COUNTY  [no ref. or date]

Buckinghamshire  [no ref. or date]

Chesham  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1626  1720

Contents:
Copy bargain and sale; consideration: £2290
(1) Lemon Hutchins, esq., s. of Sir Geo. H. by his 2nd w. Sarah; (2) Rich. Minshall of Inner Temple, esq., and Wm. Peer Williams of Grays Inn, esq., exors. of Geo. H.'s will; (3) Jn. Squibb of Lincolns Inn, esq., surviving trustee and exor. of Phil. Doughty esq., Geo. Brownlow Doughty, esq., s. of Phil. D., to (4) Jas. Chamberlain of St. Clement Danes, Mddx., gent.
Messuages and tenements in Chesham
4 Nov. 1720.

Devon  [no ref. or date]

East Allington  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1627  1601

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee's children Walter, Jn. and Eliz.); rent 26/8
Consideration: £100
(1) Edm. Fortescue of Valepitt, Devon, esq., to (2) Jn. Sheere sen. of Dartington, clothier
2 grist mills called Allington Mills with leats, water and pools
26 Apr. 1601.

[no title]  RD/1628  1641/42

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £27-2-0
(1) Walter Sheere of East Alvington, Devon, yeo., to (2) Rich. Cornish of Thurleston, Devon, yeo.
Allington mills (leased 1601 by Edm. Fortescue to Jn. Sheere)
31 Jan. 1641/42.

Exeter  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1629  1660

Contents:
Lease for a yr (release missing)
(1) Peter Clapp of St. Sidwell's, Exeter, gent., to (2) Solomon Andrew of Lyme Regis, Dorset, merchant, Walter Tinker of Lyme Regis, merchant, Edw. Lake of Exeter, goldsmith, and Thos. Cowde of East Budleigh, Devon, yeo.
Messuage or tenement with gdn, orchard and 5 closes of land, meadow and pasture (11 acres) called Bismery's Park, sometime belonging to late dissolved priory or hospital called St. John in Exeter, late in occ. of Edw. Langdon by lease from Queen Elizabeth; also 3 closes of land without the east gate of Exeter in parish of St. Sidwell, 2 closes being late in occ. of Jn. Hillman, the other late in occ. of Garthrude Clapp, fields being formerly part of priory of St. John; also parcel of land in St. Sidwell's late in occ. of Wm. Johnes or Adams
29 May 1660.

Kingsbridge  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1630  1602

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Joan and s. Wm.); rent 13/4
Consideration: lessee has at own cost built dwelling-house
(1) Jn. Pettie of Kingsbridge, Devon, and w. Joan, to (2) Jn. Martyn of Kingsbridge
Messuage, courtelage and gdn in occ. of lessee in Kingsbridge between highway on e. and (1)'s lands on w.
1 Apr. 1602.

[no title]  RD/1631  1631

Contents:
Lease for lives of lessees; rent 4/-; consideration: £5
(1) Jn., marquis of Winchester, earl of Wilts. and lord of manor of Kempston Arundel, Devon, to (2) Jn. Forde of Kingsbridge, fuller, and his sisters Judith and Kath. F.
Messuage or cottage with courtelage or gdn in Mill Street, Kingsbridge, late in occ. of Jn. Howse, decd.
23 Apr. 1631.

Lifton  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1632  1807

Contents:
14 yr lease; rent £115
(1) Mary Palmer of Lifton, Devon, wid., to (2) Peter Avery of Lifton, late of St. Andrews, Plymouth, innkeeper
White Horse Inn otherwise Fisher's tenement in Lifton
Good husbandry clauses
17 Apr. 1807.

[no title]  RD/1633  1809

Contents:
Agreement to surrender tenancy
(1) Peter Avery of Lifton, innkeeper, to (2) Mary Palmer of Lifton, wid.
White Horse Inn
19 July 1809.

[no title]  RD/1634  1809

Contents:
Agreement to surrender lease
Parties and property as above
7 Aug. 1809.

[no title]  RD/1635  1632-c.1810

Contents:
Memorandum relating to "a Malt House and Kiln, a large walled Kitchen garden, 8 fields and an orchard", n.d., c.1810
(Found in same bundle as RD/1632-1634 so probably refers to same property).

Plymouth  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1636  1566

Contents:
Grant; consideration: 4 marks
(1) Wm. Hawkins and Jn. Hawkins of Plymouth, gents., to (2) Edw. Martyn of Plymouth, weaver, and w. Lore
"Palatium" (= palace - for fish) at Bilbery bridge in Plymouth between lands of heirs of Baylie in n. and w., highway on e., and gdn in occ. of Thos. Hampton, merchant, on s.
20 Nov. 1566.

[no title]  RD/1637/1,2  1627

Contents:
200 yr lease; rent 4d (also counterpart)
Consideration: contract of marriage promised by Wm. P. and Lore D.
(1) Lore Densome of Plymouth, wid., to (2) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller
Messuage and tenement in Plymouth near Bilbery Bridge, in the west part of the way or street leading from the east gate towards Popes Head, in s. part of tenement late in occ. of Jn. Tooker, bded on n. with Jn. Goard's gdn, on e. with Bayly's lands
26 Apr. 1627.

[no title]  RD/1638  1651/52-1660/61

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Joan, and Rachel Knowling of Plymouth, wid.); rent 4/-
Consideration: £47
(1) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller, to (2) Leonard Randle of Plymouth, mariner
Property as above
4 Mar. 1651/52.
Endorsed: assignment by Joan, administratrix of Leonard Randle's goods, to Thos. Short of Plymouth, mercer, in trust for Joan
20 Mar. 1660/61.

[no title]  RD/1639  1651/52

Contents:
Bond in £90 to perform covenant in deed of even date
Parties and property as above
4 Mar. 1651/52.

[no title]  RD/1640  1637-1654

Contents:
Deed to declare uses of a fine
(1) Wm. Jennens of Plymouth, merchant, and w. Eliz.;
(2) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller, and w. Loare;
(3) Thos. Yeabsley of Plymouth, merchant, and Chris. Ryder of Plymouth, gent.; (4) Margt. Eaton of Plymouth, wid.;
(5) Leonard Randle of Plymouth, mariner
(1) to (4) to use of (4) for 99 yrs, then to (1):
Tenement in Market Street, Plymouth, between lands of mayor on e., lands of Francis Cocke on w. and n., street on s.
(2) to (3) to use of (5) for a term then to (2):
Tenement near Bilbury Bridge (as in RD/1637 above)
21 Aug. 1654.

[no title]  RD/1641  1660/61

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Jn. Tucker of East Stonehouse, Devon, yeo., Hugh Favors of Plymouth, merchant, and w. Mary, and Wm. Harvey of Plymouth, yeo., and w. Jane, to (2) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller, and w. Lore
Right to tenement now in occ. of Johan Randle in Plymouth being near Bilbery Bridge (as above)
18 Mar. 1660/61.

[no title]  RD/1642/1,2  1660/61

Contents:
Lease and release; consideration: £40
(1) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller, and w. Loare, and Jn. Densorne of Plymouth, s. and heir of Loare, to (2) Joan Randle of Plymouth, wid.
Messuage or tenement with adj. courtelage in Plymouth at a place called Bilberry Bridge now in occ. of Joan R. and Jn. Russell, merchant, bounded on e. with Buckwill Street leading from East Gate to Pope's Head, on w. with lands of heirs of Baylie, on n. with tenement in occ. of Jn. Tucker, on s. with new tenement now inhabited by Joan R., and lately erected on a gdn formerly in occ. of Jn. Gawde
19/22 Mar. 1660/61.

[no title]  RD/1643  1660/61

Contents:
Bond in £100 to perform covenants in deed of even date
(1) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller, and Jn. Densome of Plymouth, fuller, to (2) Joan Randle of Plymouth, wid.
Property as above
22 Mar. 1660/61.

[no title]  RD/1644  1660/61

Contents:
Quitclaim
(1) Wm. Phillips of Plymouth, fuller, and w. Loare, and Jn. Densome of Plymouth, fuller, s. of Lore, to (2) Joan Randle of Plymouth, wid.
Property as above
23 Mar. 1660/61.

[no title]  RD/1645  1661

Contents:
Final concord
Joan Randle, wid., and Wm. Rowe, querants; Thos. Burell esq. and w. Ann, Wm. Phillips and w. Lore, and Jn. Densome, deforciants
Property in Plymouth
Trinity term 1661.

[no title]  RD/1646  1655

Contents:
99 yr lease (lives of lessee, w. Johan, and Jn., s. of Jn. King of Plymouth, merchant); rent 12d
Consideration: surrender of lease; and £180 spent by (2) in building several houses on premises; also £3
(1) Mayor and commonalty of Plymouth, to (2) Leonard Randle of Plymouth, mariner
Garden and newly erected messuages or houses there, in Buckwell Street, Plymouth, bounded on w. with lands of the Hospital of Orphants Aid, on n. with lands late in occ. of Chris. Wilkins, on e. with Buckwell Street, on s. with lane called Mud Street
20 Nov. 1655.

[no title]  RD/1647  1656

Contents:
Assignment of 99 yr lease; consideration: £60
(1) Leonard Randle of Plymouth, mariner, to (2) Jn. King sen. of Plymouth, merchant
Property as above
25 Aug. 1656.

[no title]  RD/1648  1654

Contents:
Certificate signed by Hen. Rexford, notary public of Plymouth, that the ship called "Le Orean", frigate of Plymouth of 60 tuns, of which Leonard Randle is master, is now ready and loaded to leave, and that there is no contagious disease in the port of Plymouth

[no title]  RD/1649  1659

Contents:
Grant of administration of goods of Leonard Randle "late of Plymouth but at Ostend beyond the Seas", issued by the Keepers of the Liberty of England by Authority of Parliament, to Joan Randle, widow of Leonard R.

[no title]  RD/1650  1730/31

Contents:
Letter of attorney to receive wages, prize money and pensions
(1) Jn. Champernowne of Plymouth, mariner, now belonging to H.M.S. "Lively", to (2) Eliz. Stidson of Plymouth, spr.
5 Mar. 1730/31.
Endorsed: list of household utensils.

[no title]  RD/1651  1748

Contents:
Agreement for pre-nuptial settlement
(1) Jn. Usher of Trowbridge, Wilts., clothier, with (2) Eliz. Yeal of Plymouth, spr.
Eliz.'s lands in Plymouth to be settled to her own use
8 Sep. 1748.

[no title]  RD/1652  1751-1752

Contents:
Account of Edw. Treby, distributor and collector of Stamp Duties, Plymouth

General  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1653  18th cent

Contents:
Survey of manor of Abbotskerswell, Devon

[no title]  RD/1654  1663

Contents:
Account and survey of manor of Bluntshayes

[no title]  RD/1655  1657

Contents:
Survey of Copplestone barton, Crediton

[no title]  RD/1656  17th cent

Contents:
Survey of Maidenbrook manor

[no title]  RD/1657  c.17th cent

Contents:
Survey of barton of Maidenbrook

[no title]  RD/1658  17th cent

Contents:
Particular of manor of Paignton purchased by Sir Edw. Cary

[no title]  RD/1659  17th cent

Contents:
Survey of Southbrook manor

[no title]  RD/1660  17th cent

Contents:
Survey of manor of Tingweek "containing 6 parishes"

[no title]  RD/1661  17th cent

Contents:
Survey of manor of Teignweek in hundred of Teignbridge

[no title]  RD/1662  17th cent

Contents:
List of field acreages, no parish given; endorsed William and Roger Bears' Survey"

[no title]  RD/1663  17th cent

Contents:
Measurement of fields (no property given)

[no title]  RD/1664  17th cent

Contents:
"What is to be made of Mr. Robard's Marshes"; notes on cultivation and value (no property given)

Somerset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1665  1756

Contents:
Receipt for £819 paid by Rich. Harding esq. of Elm near Froome, for share in bank stock

Wills  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  RD/1666  1805

Contents:
Copy will of Wm. Langdon, naval captain
- all lands in Carmarthen purchased from Sir Edw. Vaughan Mansell to bro.-in-law Thos. Bayley of Hereford and his w. (testator's sister)
- lands purchased from Mrs. Blackburn in Carmarthen to w. Jane
- lands in Cornwall, Devon and Somerset to w. Jane
Made 1777, proved 1785
Sent to Lethbridge and Gurney, solicitors, of Launceston in 1828 by Rich. Coomb, Bodmin
Also copy will of Jane Langdon of London, wid. of Admiral Wm. L.
- all lands in Carmarthen to niece Lucinda Hayton, wid., dau. of Thos. Bayly
- all Cornish estates to Admiral's nephew Wm. Skyrme of Laugharne.
Made 1805, proved 1806.

[no title]  RD/1667  1778

Contents:
Will and administration of Geo. Vincent of Teignmouth, gent., only son of Garland Langworthy of Plympton, surgeon
- all messuages, lands and tenements in Devon and Cornwall to father Garland Langworthy
Made 1778
Administration granted to Thos. and Jn. Arscott, nephews and exors. of Garland Langworthy, who died before he could administer his son's estate
1779

[no title]  RD/1668  1762

Contents:
Will and probate of Essex Langworthy, w. of Garland Langworthy of Plympton, surgeon
- financial settlement to husband and s. George
Made 1762, proved 1779.

[no title]  RD/1669  1803

Contents:
Office copy of will of Jn. Arscott of Plympton, surgeon
- marriage settlement should provide ample settlement for wife
- leasehold estates of Tordown in Belston (held by lease from Lord Rolle) to s. Jn. A., clerk; also lands in Belston (leased from Jn. Lacey); gold watch (choice of two), the other watch to go to dau. Jane A; Jn. to have all wine and plate
- 2 gns to bro. Thos. A. of Tingmouth, surgeon
- to bro. Thos. and s. Jn., all linen and furniture in trust for use by wife and children for wife's life, then to be divided amongst family
- rest of goods to Thos. and Jn. in trust to sell in order to pay debts; rest of income to be invested for maintenance of daus. Jane, Sarah, Martha and Eliz. S. until Eliz. is 21; then to be divided among them
Made 1803, proved 1804.

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