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Reference HH
Covering dates 1302-1850
Held by Royal Institution of Cornwall
Extent 19 Subfonds
Source of acquisition Donor: Charles Henderson
Accession: (Bequiot) 1933
Creators Hawkins family of Trewithan, Cornwall

Contents:
Documents relating to the Hawkins family and in particular the areas of Grampound and Probus; Helston and Cury; St Hilary; Landewednack; Ludgvan; St Just-in-Roseland; the manors of Cargoll, Tolverne and Tybesta; and Gloucestershire estates. The collection includes family papers, correspondence and miscellaneous material; records relating to electoral business in Grampound and Tregony, and Mitchell; and Stannary affairs.



GRAMPOUND AND PROBUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/1/1  13. 3.1613

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas HANCOCKE of Grampound, yeoman
(2) Jenkyn BENADLUCKE of Jacobstowe, gent.
House in Grampound, bounded with highway on north and a third part of adjoining garden.
(Endorsed with assignments in 1634, 1647 and 1665).

[no title]  HH/1/2  24. 4.1637

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire.
(2) Michael TREGLYNE of Grampound, merchant.
Moiety of decayed house in Grampound, bounded with highway on north: also meadow called Parkanlats at east end of town: also stitch in the Higher Field als Watch Field: also stitch in the Middle Field on the northernmost limits of the borough: also meadow (¾ acre) on SW part of the borough: also meadow (¾ acre) on westernmost end: also stitch in the North Field (Suit to the manor of Trewinnick).

[no title]  HH/1/3  8. 1.1646

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Michael TREGLYNE of Grampound, mercer.
The Dry Close (4 acres) in Creed.

[no title]  HH/1/4  25. 5.1649

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Nicholas MARTIN of Creed, husbandman.
Tenement in Probus, previously held by Thomas HARRISON.

[no title]  HH/1/5  6.12.1649

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Robert BRAY of Grampound, husbandman.
Tenement in Grampound held of Thomas REEVE.

[no title]  HH/1/6  11. 2.1656

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) James HUGH of Creed, yeoman.
House and garden in Grampound, with the town street on the south: also stitch in the Lower Rack Field: also meadow in Probus: also Quarry Close in Probus.

[no title]  HH/1/7  20. 2.1657

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) John LOGGET, junior of Grampound, tinner.
The Stayer House in Grampound which he now occupies by lease of 1609.

[no title]  HH/1/8  26.10.1663

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) William POUND of Grampound, husbandman.
House where he lives in Grampound: also meadow (1 acre) with street on north: also stitch (½ acre) in the Higher Racke Field: also another stitch (½ acre) there: also house in tenure of John BATTEN in Grampound: also halfendeale of a little moor (¼ acre) at Grampound Bridge, bounded on east with Golden Mill leat.

[no title]  HH/1/9  13. 1.1669


Related information: (See HH/1/4)

Contents:
Lease:(1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Michael TREGLYNE of Grampound, yeoman
The Dry Close in Creed

[no title]  HH/1/10  28. 5.1674

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Leonard PAWLYN of Grampound, strawjoiner
Little garden (1/8 acre) in the borough of Grampound and parish of Probus.

[no title]  HH/1/11  11. 3.1674

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Anthony FUGERS of Probus, blacksmith.
The reversion of a little house and smith's shop neer Grampound Bridge in Probus: also a wet moor (½ acre) bounded on east with a mill leat.

[no title]  HH/1/12  30. 5.1683

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) John POUND of Grampound, gent.
Premises in Grampound and in the parish of Probus.
(Endorsed with surrender in 1684)

[no title]  HH/1/13  16. 9.1685

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Nathan BURT of Grampound, miller.
House and garden in Grampound and in parish of Probus.

[no title]  HH/1/14  7. 9.1694

Contents:
Lease:(1) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan, esquire
(2) Mary POUND of Grampound, widow.
Premises as in HH/1/8

[no title]  HH/1/15  30. 9.1695

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas HAWKINS of Trewinnard, gent
(2) Stephen COLLYVER of Grampound, yeoman
House in Grampound with highway on the south: also stitch (1/8 acre) bounded with Peeboe Lane on south and east.

[no title]  HH/1/16  13. 2.1703


Related information: (See HH/1/7)

Contents:
Lease (1) The executors of the late Hugh BOSCAWEN
(2) Degory TREMAYNE of Grampound, victualler
The Stayer House in Grampound

[no title]  HH/1/17  3.12.1707

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN esquire
(2) Roger TEAGE of Grampound, gent.
House in the borough of Grampound.

[no title]  HH/1/18  4. 1.1713

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas HAWKINS of Trewinnard, gent
(2) Francis SIMONS of Grampound, yeoman.
House and garden in the borough of Grampound.

HELSTON AND CURY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/2/1  15.10.1604

Contents:
Assignment (1) Thomasin, widow of Jenkin KEIGWIN of Mousehole and daughter and heir of John, son and heir of Richard RAWE of Mousehold.
(2) Alexander BOLITHOE of Helston, woollendraper.
Two tenements in Meneage Street, Helston: also four stitches in Gweale Goolas Tre and on the Hill: also two stitches in Gweale Gwartha Tre: also meadow and house adjoining Helston Wells.

[no title]  HH/2/2  28.10.1671

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Thomas STONEMAN.

[no title]  HH/2/3  1675 & 1677

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/2/4  1.11.1677

Contents:
Lease (1) Balthasar BURGES of Helston, gent.
(2) Perkyn LUKE of Mawgan, miller.
Tenement at Tregidgian in Cury.

[no title]  HH/2/5  1679 & 1681

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/2/6  2. 6.1680

Contents:
Agreement (1) Christopher BELLOTT of Bochym, esquire
(2) Balthazar BURGES of Sithney, gent.
To surrender Tregidgian in Cury.

[no title]  HH/2/7  1680

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/2/6.

[no title]  HH/2/8  8. 3.1682

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll: surrender (1) Balthazar BURGES and William EDWARDS gent and (2) Christopher BELLOTT esquire.
Tregideon in Cury.

[no title]  HH/2/9  c 1682

Contents:
Bond on HH/2/8.

[no title]  HH/2/10  4.10.1684

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/2/11  12. 9.1685

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/2/12  4. 1.1686

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/2/13  3. 2.1706

Contents:
Agreement (1) William ROW of Helston, merchant
(2) Richard LAMBRICK and James SANDO of Helston.
To sell premises in Wendron Street, Helston.

[no title]  HH/2/14  26. 6.1707

Contents:
Appointment (1) Henry SCOBELL of Roselyon, gent
(2) Francis HAWKINS of Helston, gent.
To be Deputy Steward of the Hundred of Kirrier and to hold the courts there.

[no title]  HH/2/15  9. 5.1716

Contents:
Covenant (1) Alexander TREGIAN of Helston gent
(2) William COODE gent and Francis HAWKINS gent of Helston.
To save harmless and indemnify them as trustees under the will of Alexander TREGIAN senior, they having renounced the administration.

[no title]  HH/2/16  1711

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Madam BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/2/17  Oct. 1711

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher GABRILL.

[no title]  HH/2/18  Apr. 1712

Contents:
Manor of Helston in Kirrier: receipt for rent out of Tregaswen alias Tregidgian in Cury, paid by Christopher GABRILL.

ST. HILARY (The manor of Treveneage and Penberthy)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/3/1  8.12.1588

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir John ARUNDELL of Tolverne, knight
(2) Robert FRETHIE of St. Hiliary
Two unhedged closes adjoining St. Hilary Downs, in Trewhela, part of the manor of Treveneage.

[no title]  HH/3/2  10.10.1615

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas WALKER of Catpole (Devon) esquire
(2) Marie FRETHIE of St. Hilary, wife of John FRETHIE. Premises in Trewhela.

[no title]  HH/3/3  30. 1.1629

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER of Catpole, esquire
(2) George TROWNSON of St. Hilary, yeoman
Kestell in St. Hilary, (2) having surrendered a lease of 1614.

[no title]  HH/3/4  30.11.1629

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER of Catpole, esquire
(2) James RENFRY of St. Hilary, yeoman
Relobas Vean in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/5  30.11.1629

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER etc.
(2) Richard KINGE of St. Hilary, yeoman
Tenement called Nascusgus in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/6  30.11.1629

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER etc.
(2) Richard KINGE of St. Hilary, yeoman
Trewhela in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/7  20. 8.1649

Contents:
Lease (1) John TREDINHAM of Philleigh, gent
(2) George POLGLASE of St. Hilary, tinner
House and garden in Relobas in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/8  15. 9.1649

Contents:
Lease (1) John TREDINHAM of Philleigh, gent
(2) James TRANNACKE of St. Hilary, yeoman.
Tenement and grist mills in Relobus in St.Hilary with the multure and suit of mill of the tenants of the manor of Treveneage and Penberthy.

[no title]  HH/3/9  15. 9.1649

Contents:
Lease (1) John TREDINHAM of Philleigh, gent
(2) James TRANNACKE of St. Hilary, yeoman
Moiety of tenement in Relobus

[no title]  HH/3/10  27. 1.1650

Contents:
Lease (1) John TREDINHAM of Philleigh, gent
(2) John JAMES of St. Hilary, yeoman.
Carbous alias Carbons in St. Hilary, reserving the stamping mill and a house sometime a grist mill, lately a fulling mill.

[no title]  HH/3/11  6.10.1662

Contents:
Lease (1) Joseph TREDINHAM of Tregonnon esquire and Elizabeth his widowed mother.
(2) Thomas COURTIES of St. Hilary, yeoman
Moiety of tenement in Relobus in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/12  1. 9.1664

Contents:
Lease (1) Joseph TREDINHAM of Tregonnon, esquire
(2) Thomas COURTIES of St. Hilary, yeoman.
Relobas Vean in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/13  1664

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/3/12.

[no title]  HH/3/14  27. 3.1672

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM of Tregonan, knight
(2) William POLGLAZE of St. Hilary, tinner.
A house built by (2) and an acre enclosed by him out of St. Hilary Downs.

[no title]  HH/3/15  27. 3.1672

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM etc.
(2) George KING of St. Hilary, tinner.
House and garden in Penhallmanin and an acre to be hedged in from the commons.

[no title]  HH/3/16  27. 3.1673

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Elnor PIPER of St. Hilary, widow.
House on Penhalamen in St. Hilary, with commons on St. Hilary Downs.

[no title]  HH/3/17  1673

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/3/16.

[no title]  HH/3/18  24. 9.1673

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) John JAMES junior of St. Hilary yeoman.
Carbus grist mill and Carbus stamps in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/19  24. 8.1676

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM etc.
(2) Walter TREDENHAM of St. Ewe.
Nansgustus alias Kneebone in St. Hilary (Endorsement: assignment to John PENBERTHY of St. Hilary in 1680 and another to John BUSSOW of Perranuthnoe, also in 1680.)

[no title]  HH/3/20  1676

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/3/19.

[no title]  HH/3/21  29. 3.1679

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM of Tregonan, knight
(2) Francis TROUNSON senior of St. Hilary tinner
House and garden (¾ acre) at Kestell in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/22  16. 3.1683

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) William LANYON of Illogan gent
Kestell alias Kistell in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/23  1.10.1683

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Henry POLGLASE of St. Hilary, tinner.
Newly-built house and an acre on Penhallamanen in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/24  8. 5.1685


Related information: (See HH/3/12)

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Alexander ROW of St. Hilary yeoman.
Moiety of tenement on Rolobus in St. Hilary, surrendered by Thomas COURTIS of Crantock

[no title]  HH/3/25  27.12.1686

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Humphry MILLETT of St. Hilary, gent.
Tenement and grist mills at Relobas in St. Hilary with the multure and suit of the tenants of the manor of Treveneage and Penberthy.

[no title]  HH/3/26  10. 9.1688

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Michael ROBERTS of St. Hilary, miller
House lately built on St. Hilary Downs and 1½ acres.

[no title]  HH/3/27  12. 9.1689

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Robert MICHELL of Breage, tinner.
Wattey's Tenement at Relobus in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/28  10. 8.1692

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) John POLGLASE of St. Hilary, tinner.
House lately built by (2) and garden enclosed on St. Hilary Downs.

[no title]  HH/3/29  10. 8.1692

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Arthur JAMES of St. Hilary, tailor.
1 acre, part of Trelease in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/30  1692

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/3/29.

[no title]  HH/3/31  10. 8.1692

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) William POLGLASE junior of St. Hilary, tinner.
1 acre on St. Hilary Down, near Henry Polglase's house.

[no title]  HH/3/32  30. 9.1695

Contents:
Assignment (1) Jane ORCHARD of Marazion, widow.
(2) Christopher, son and heir of Thomas HAWKINS of Trewinnard, gent.
Lease granted by John ST. AUBYN esquire on 11. 2.1678 to Thomas ORCHARD late of St. Hilary gent deceased of his part of Gweale Mayowe (18 acres) and other premises there in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/33  30. 9.1698

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Richard BENNETTS of St. Hilary, yeoman.
4 acres in St. Hilary, leading from the Butt Lane to Marazion.

[no title]  HH/3/34  1698

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) Alexander ROWE of St. Hilary, yeoman.
Tenement in Relubbus in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/35  1. 2.1707

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM etc.
(2) William ROGERS of St. Hilary, gent.
Lower Trewhela in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/36  1707

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/3/35.

[no title]  HH/3/37  18.12.1718

Contents:
Lease (1) Francis SCOBELL of Menagwins, esquire
(2) John WILLIAMS of St. Hilary, yeoman.
The moiety of Trewhela in St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/3/38  25.12.1723

Contents:
Lease (1) Francis SCOBELL of Menagwins, esquire
(2) John PENBERTHY of St. Hilary, yeoman.
Kestell alias Kistell in St. Hilary.

LANDEWEDNACK  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/4/1  15. 5.1619

Contents:
Sale (1) John DEWEN of Gwinear, gent
(2) Richard MASON of Grade, gent
"All his lands in the Towne and fields of Nansowenacke, alias Landawenicke neare the Lysarde".

[no title]  HH/4/1a  6. 2.1629

Contents:
Sale (1) Alice COLE of Landewednack, widow
(2) William ROBINSON of Helston, gent.
All the land in Lezarde and Landawenek alias Gonwalo which she had by sale from Anne CHALLONER of Newlyn, widow.

[no title]  HH/4/2  3. 4.1635

Contents:
Sale (1) David GROSSE of Marazion esquire and Ezekiel GROSSE of Golden, esquire
(2) William ROBINSON of Helston, gent.
The moiety of lands in Landewednack and Lizard.

[no title]  HH/4/3  10. 4.1648

Contents:
Sale (1) Richard CARTER of St. Columb Major, esquire
(2) Hugh MASON of "Gonwalla Ladawenek" merchant.
His part of a tenement in the churchtown of Gonwala Landaweneck.

[no title]  HH/4/4  15.4 .1654

Contents:
Sale (1) Michael TRESAHER of Govile, gent.
(2) Hugh MASON of Landawednack, merchant.
His lands in Landawednack.

[no title]  HH/4/5  12. 4.1655

Contents:
Sale (1) Thomas ROBINSON of Helston gent and Mary his wife and George his son and heir
(2) Michael HILL senior of Croan gent.
Their part of lands in Landewednack and Lizard.

[no title]  HH/4/6  13.10.1657

Contents:
Sale (1) Michael HILL senior of Croan gent
(2) Hugh MASON of Landewendack gent.
As in HH/4/5.

[no title]  HH/4/7  28. 3.1661

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas ROBINSON of Helston, esquire
(2) Henry PHILLIPPS of St. Keverne, yeoman.
Tretheavas in Landewednack with suit to the manor of Lucias Tretheavas.

[no title]  HH/4/8  11. 6.1661

Contents:
Sale (1) Matthew MASON of Mawnan, gent
(2) John, son of Hugh MASON of Grade, gent
All his lands in Landewednack.

[no title]  HH/4/9  12. 6.1671

Contents:
Marriage settlement: John MASON, eldest son of Hugh MASON of Grade gent and Alice, daughter of William PENROSE of St. Anthony in Meneage, gent.
Lands in Landewednack.

[no title]  HH/4/10  20/21. 7.1695

Contents:
Lease and Release (1) Thomas VIVIAN of Trewan, esquire
(2) John MASON of Rosemerryn, gent
Three tenements at Lizard and lands in Landewednack.

Ludgvan  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/5/1  4. 9.1606

Contents:
Assignment (1) Sir Nicholas HALSE of Trewinnard, knight
(2) Sir Francis GODOLPHIN of Godolphin, knight
Lease granted him in 1605 by James John CARVEDRIS of Ludgvan gent of tenement in Rosevenny Veare in Ludgva.

[no title]  HH/5/2  1. 9.1606

Contents:
Royal licence to John CARVEDRIS and Alice his wife to alienate land as in HH/5/1.

[no title]  HH/5/3  15.11.1606

Contents:
Sale (1) John CARVEDRIS of Ludgvan, gent
(2) Sir Francis GODOLPHIN knight
Tenement in Rosevyny Veor alias Rosevenny Veor in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/4  1. 3.1608

Contents:
Sale (1) John CARVEDRIS of Ludgvan, gent
(2) Francis GODOLPHIN of Treveneage, esquire
Tenement in Roseveny Veor in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/5  c1608

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/5.

[no title]  HH/5/6  1.12.1607

Contents:
Royal licence to John CARVEDDRIS to alienate land.

[no title]  HH/5/7  c1607

Contents:
Fine on HH/5/4.

[no title]  HH/5/8  nd

Contents:
Duplicate of HH/5/7.

[no title]  HH/5/9  1608

Contents:
Fine: (1) Thomas EDWARDES gent and Henry EDWARDES
(2) Richard SUTTON esquire and Elizabeth his wife
Two messuage, 30 acres arable etc, in Tregethas, and Rosevinney in St. Erth and Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/10  1614

Contents:
Fine (1) Thomas EDWARDES gent and Jane his wife
(2) Francis GODOLPHIN esquire.
As in HH/5/4.

[no title]  HH/5/11  16. 3.1631

Contents:
Lease (1) Francis GODOLPHIN of Treveneage esquire
(2) Thomas PENROSE of Ludgvan, gent.
Roseveney Veor in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/12  22. 3.1631

Contents:
Lease (1) John LEGOWE of Ludgvan, yeoman
(2) Thomas PENROSE of Ludgvan, gent.
His part of close called Parke an Mennar in Roseveney Veor in Ludgvan.
(Endorsed with assignment to Thomas PENROSE, son of (2) in 1647).

[no title]  HH/5/13  -.9.1634

(Fragment)

Contents:
Lease (1) Ezekiel GROSSE of Golden, esquire
(2) Christopher VEALE of Ludgvan, yeoman.
All his lands in Trerasowe in Ludgvan, parcel of the manor of Carva.

[no title]  HH/5/14  10. 2.1639

Contents:
Lease (1) Francis GODOLPHIN of Godolphin, esquire
(2) John LEDGE of Ludgvan, yeoman.
House, 1/3 of barn, mowhay and garden: closes called Parkeandreean, Parkemoigha, Parke Leddan, Parkegwartha Gweale and half of the Down, all part of Rosevenny Veor with suit to the manor of Trevarthian and Brevadnecke and to the mill at Trethwall.

[no title]  HH/5/15  28. 8.1641

Contents:
Sale (1) John SEYNTAUBYN of Clowance esquire and Katherine his wife, son and heir of Loveday GODOLPHIN spinster.
(2) Thomas PENROSE of Ludgvan, gent.
Lands in Rosevenye Veor in Ludgvan and Tregrethas in St. Erth.

[no title]  HH/5/16  28. 8.1641

Contents:
Letters of attorney on 15 to George TRENHAILE and Hugh PAWLEY gent.

[no title]  HH/5/17  1641

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/5/15.

[no title]  HH/5/18  c1641

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/15.

[no title]  HH/5/19  20. 3.1647

Contents:
(Copy) Sale (1) Francis GODOLPHIN of Godolphin, esquire
(2) Thomas PENROS of Ludgvan gent.
Rosvyny Veor alias Rosevenny Veor in Ludgvan.
Also part of Parke an Mennar close.

[no title]  HH/5/20  2. 2.1648

(Damaged)

Contents:
Assignment (1) Richard TYER
(2) Thomas, his son.
House and 1 acre in Crowles in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/21  1648

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/5/20.

[no title]  HH/5/22  1649

Contents:
Fine (1) Thomas PENROSE
(2) Francis GODOLPHIN, Dorothy his wife, John ST. AUBYN and Katherine his wife, Francis GODOLPHIN of Treveneage.
60 acres of arable etc. in Rosevenye Veor and Tregrethas in Ludgvan and St. Erth.

[no title]  HH/5/23  24. 3.1657

Contents:
Sale (1) Henry EDWARDS of Lelant: gent
(2) Richard VEALE of Ludgvan, gent
All his lands in Rosevinny alias Rosevidny in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/24  c1657

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/23.

[no title]  HH/5/25  20. 4.1657

Contents:
Lease (1) Charles ROSCARROCKE of Roscarrocke, esquire and Margaret his wife.
(2) Ephraim JAMES of Ludgvan, hellier.
Their third part of tenement in Crowlas, with suit to the manor and mill of Trewinnard.

[no title]  HH/5/26  1658

Contents:
Fine (1) Richard VEALE gent and James LOSE
(2) Henry EDWARDS gent, William HONYCHURCH gent and Mary his wife.
Messuage, 30 acres etc. in Rosevidney in Ludgvan and Roscadwell in Madron.

[no title]  HH/5/27  17. 1.1661

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) Richard PENROSE of London, silkman
(2) Richard LEGAWE of Ludgvan yeoman.
Part of Rosevenny Veor (as in HH/5/14)

[no title]  HH/5/28  20. 1.1661

Contents:
Release on HH/5/27.

[no title]  HH/5/29  20. 1.1661

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/28.

[no title]  HH/5/30  1667?

(Damaged)

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas WILLIAM alias TYER of Ludgvan
(2) William MURLYE
Premises in Crowlas in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/31  1667

(Fragment)

Contents:
Fine (1) Richard VEALE gent.
(2) James VELLENOWETH and Honora his wife.
Messuage, water-mill etc. in Vellenoweth and Manwidnen in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/32  28. 9.1674

Contents:
Bond (1) Thomas TYER of Ludgvan, hellier and Richard his son and heir.
(2) Richard VEALE of Treassow gent.
To keep covenants.

[no title]  HH/5/33  24. 5.1678

(Damaged)

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) James VELLENOWETH of Ludgvan, yeoman
(2) Sampson VEALE of Marazion, gent.
House in Menwidnan Wollas in Ludgvan and a stitch of half an acre in Parkeanbowinge on Trerasowe: also two closes called Parkebean and Roseredden (2½ acres) and fields called Gweale Drisacke and Gweale an growse (3½ acres)

[no title]  HH/5/34  15. 1.1679

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) Sampson VEALE of Ludgvan esquire
(2) Samuel DAVYES of Ludgvan, clerk.
Rosevidney in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/35  16. 1.1679

Contents:
Release on HH/5/34.

[no title]  HH/5/36  16. 1.1679

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/34.

[no title]  HH/5/37  16. 1.1679

Contents:
Defeasance on HH/5/34.

[no title]  HH/5/38  29. 9.1680

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) James VELLENOWETH of Ludgvan tinner
(2) Sampson VEALE esquire.
Closes called Parkeanhall (3 acres) Parkeanvounder (2 acres) Hallantedan Moor (5 acres) all part of Minwidnon alias Midnwidnion Wollas in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/39  30. 9.1680

Contents:
Bond on release as in HH/5/38.

[no title]  HH/5/40  11. 1.1681


Related information: (See HH/5/34)

Contents:
Acknowledgement of receipt for security for Rosevidne.
(1) Sampson VEALE
(2) Samuel DAVYES

[no title]  HH/5/41  11. 1.1681

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/40.

[no title]  HH/5/42  2. 2.1681

Contents:
Acknowledgement of right of way.
(1) John LEGOW of Ludgvan, clerk.
(2) Samuel DAVYES of Ludgvan, clerk.
Through Rosevidnie Vean to Pulgreane in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/43  30. 4.1681

Contents:
Sale (1) William PENROSE of Ludgvan, gent.
(2) Samuel DAVYES of Ludgvan, clerk.
Rosevidney Veor in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/44  1681

Contents:
Fine on HH/5/43.

[no title]  HH/5/45  17.12.1684

Contents:
Authority to make assignment
(1) John TYACKE of Ludgvan gent
(2) Samuel DAVYES of Ludgvan clerk.
Of Parkeughandrea on Trevorow Barton in Ludgvan and moiety of tenement in Trenowin in Ludgvan, to
(3) John HAWKINGS of St. Ives, clerk.

[no title]  HH/5/46  25. 9.1685

Contents:
Receipt (1) Sampson VEALE
(2) Samuel DAVYES (as in HH/5/40)
Mortgage payment.

[no title]  HH/5/47  25. 9.1685

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/46.

[no title]  HH/5/48  27.11.1686

Contents:
Release (1) Sampson VEALE of Ludgvan, esquire
(2) Samuel DAVYES, clerk, rector of Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/49  25. 3.1688

Contents:
Assignment (1) Henry ROW of Ludgvan, yeoman.
(2) Samuel DAVYES junior son of Samuel DAVYES of Ludgvan clerk.
House and garden called Parkeanshafter (1¼ acres) part of Rosevidnie Veor in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/50  1689

Contents:
Fine (1) Samuel DAVYES clerk
(2) Sampson VEALE esquire.
Six messuages, 30 acres etc. in Tregellast and Rosevidney Veor in Ludgvan.

[no title]  HH/5/51  nd

Contents:
Duplicate of HH/5/50.

[no title]  HH/5/52  24.11.168-

(Damaged)

Contents:
Lease (1) Sampson VEALE
(2) Arthur THOMAS alias POLMEERE
Premises on Menwinion in Ludgvan - Parkeanvounder, Parkeantreane and the hall or moor under it
(4 acres) part of Vellanoweth (8 acres) and commons on Ternawidden Downs.

[no title]  HH/5/53  30. 1.1693

(Damaged)

Contents:
Mortgage (1) Sampson VEALE
(2) Richard PEARCE
Menwinion Wollas and Velenoweth
(Endorsed with reconveyance in 1693 by Richard PEARCE of Penzance, gent to Sampson VEALE).

[no title or date]  HH/5/54

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) John GILL of Ludgvan, yeoman, Mary his wife and Wilmott LEGOE of Ludgvan spinster (the daughters and heirs of John LEGOE late of Ludgvan)
(2) Philip HICKS of Gulval, clerk
Premises in Rosevidney Veor. (mortgage)

[no title]  HH/5/55  9. 8.1695

Contents:
Release on HH/5/54.

[no title]  HH/5/56  9. 8.1695

Contents:
Declaration of intention in HH/5/54 and HH/5/55.

[no title]  HH/5/57  9. 8.1695

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/5/56.

[no title]  HH/5/58  7. 8.1696

Contents:
Agreement (1) Samuel DAVIES of Ludgvan, gent
(2) Robert KEISKEYS of Ludgvan, yeoman.
To exchange their holdings, both ruinous, in Rosevidney Veor.

[no title]  HH/5/59  9.11.1696

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) Rev. Philip HICKS of Gulval
(2) Samuel DAVYES of Ludgvan gent.
Rosevidney Veor.

[no title]  HH/5/60  10.11.1696

Contents:
Release on HH/5/59.

[no title]  HH/5/61  22.11.1698

Contents:
Lease 1 year (1) Samuel DAVIES
(2) Richard VEALE
Premises as in HH/5/63.

[no title]  HH/5/62  23.11.1698

Contents:
Release on HH/5/61.

[no title]  HH/5/63  23.11.1698

Contents:
Defeasance on HH/5/61 (1) William VEALE of Gulval, gent
(2) Samuel DAVIES of Ludgvan, gent.
Lands in Rosevidney Veor - closes called Parkandrean, Park Moigha, Parkleddan, Park Gwartha Gweale and half the down.

[no title]  HH/5/64  23.11.1698

Contents:
Bond on HH/5/63.

[no title]  HH/5/65  1699

Contents:
Fine (1) Edward TREGENNA gent.
(2) Samuel DAVIES gent, Edward LARMAR gent and Hester NOYE widow.
Twelve messuages, 200 acres of arable etc. in Rosevidney Veor. Bottreva, Tregallast, Vellanoweth in Ludgvan: Towan Blistra and Trenance alias Trenance Rawley in St. Columb Minor.

[no title]  HH/5/66  24. 4.1700

Contents:
Conveyance (1) Samuel DAVIES of Ludgvan, gent
(2) William HARRIS of Hayne, esquire and Christopher HARRIS of Kenegie, gent.
Lands in Rosevidney Veor.

[no title]  HH/5/67  1700

Contents:
Fine (1) William VEALE gent, Philip HICKS clerk and Richard NICHOLLS
(2) John PETERS, Joan his wife, William BOSKENNINGE, John GILL and Mary his wife, Nicholas GILL and Wilmot his wife, John GILBERT and Elizabeth his wife.
Two messuages, 19 acres of arable etc. in Nanseddan, Rosevidney Veor, Nennis and Mulfra Vean in Ludgvan and Madron.

[no title]  HH/5/68  13. 8.1703

Contents:
Assignment (1) the Honourable Hester NOYE of Carnanton, widow
(2) Henry DAVIES of Buryan gent.
Annuity out of Rosevidney in trust for Humphry DAVIES, son of (2), great grandson of (1).

[no title]  HH/5/69  30. 5.1721

Contents:
Assignment (1) Hester DAVIES widow of Samuel DAVIES of Ludgvan to trustees for
(2) Her daughter Hester DAVIES.
On her coming marriage to Martin HARRY junior of Ludgvan gent, an annuity out of Rosevidney Veor.

[no title]  HH/5/70  1749

Contents:
Schedule of deeds relating to Treasow in Ludgvan.

ST. JUST IN ROSELAND, INCLUDING ST. MAWES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/6/1  15.11.1710

Contents:
Grant (1) John TREDENHAM esquire and Richard JACK of St. Just gent.
(2) Philip HAWKINS
The next two presentations to the Rectory of St. Just in Roseland.

[no title]  HH/6/2  13.11.1710

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis OLIVER
(2) Philip HAWKINS
With regard to the advowson

[no title]  HH/6/3  10. 1.1711

Contents:
Bond (1) Thomas WOLRIGE junior of Mevagissey, clerk
Thomas WOLRIGE of Rame clerk and John WOLRIGE junior of Creed gent.
(2) Philip HAWKINS of Pennance gent.
On their holding the rectory of St. Just in Roseland until John HAWKINS, son of (2) be old enough to be presented.

[no title]  HH/6/4  2. 2.1711

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis OLIVER
(2) Francis SCOBELL
About serving a process on Richard JACK re. the presentation.

[no title]  HH/6/5  1711

Contents:
Brief in case of HAWKINS -v- JACK: presentation to the rectory.

[no title]  HH/6/6  1711

Contents:
Brief in case of HAWKINS -v- JACK: presentation to the rectory.

[no title]  HH/6/7  1711

Contents:
Brief in case of HAWKINS -v- JACK: presentation to the rectory.

[no title]  HH/6/8  24. 2.1711

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis OLIVER
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Caveat re. presentation

[no title]  HH/6/9  9.11.1711

Contents:
Letter (1) Lady TREDENHAM
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Regarding the advowson.

[no title]  HH/6/10  13.12.1711

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis OLIVER
(2) Francis SCOBELL
Regarding the advowson.

[no title]  HH/6/11  27.12.1711

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis OLIVER
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Regarding the advowson

[no title]  HH/6/12  17. 5.1716

Contents:
(Unexecuted draft) Sale (1) Dame Elizabeth TREDENHAM, Elizabeth NICHOLLS, Francis SCOBELL and Mary his wife, John HOOKER of St. Ewe and Richard JACK of St. Just in Roseland.
(2) Philip HAWKINS
The third presentation to the rectory of St. Just in Roseland.

[no title]  HH/6/12a  1727

Contents:
(Unexecuted draft) Sale (1) John HAWKINS, Lady TREDENHAM and Francis SCOBELL.
(2) John KNIGHT esquire
Properties in St. Mawes.

[no title]  HH/6/13  12. 8.1727

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HAWKINS
(2) John KNIGHT:
About the consideration money for St. Mawes.

[no title]  HH/6/14  c.1727

Contents:
(Draft) affidavit by Christopher HAWKINS of the Middle TEMPLE as to occurrences at St. Mawes court-leet on 24.10.1727 when John JANE and Richard PEARCE both claimed to be mayor and to nominate elizors.

[no title]  HH/6/15  1727-9

Contents:
Court Roll of the manor and borough of St. Mawes

[no title]  HH/6/16  9. 1.1728

Contents:
Letter (1) John JANE, mayor of St. Maves
(2) Christopher HOCKINS (Hawkins)
Regarding the death and burial of William JAGOE, the late mayor.

[no title]  HH/6/17  23.11.1728

Contents:
Extract from Court Roll (Christopher HAWKINS steward): William RICHARDS and Richard PEARCE fined 40s. each for refusing to serve on the homage for the borough of St. Mawes.

[no title]  HH/6/18  2.10.1729

Contents:
Rent-roll of the borough and manor of St. Mawes.

[no title]  HH/6/19  2.10.1729

Contents:
Letter (1) John KNIGHT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Observations on a comparison between tenants according to map and court-rolls in St. Mawes.

[no title]  HH/6/20  1729/30

Contents:
Rent roll of the manor and borough

[no title]  HH/6/21  15.10.1731

Contents:
Precept to the reeve, Matthew SHEROCK, to convene the court.

[no title]  HH/6/22  17. 9.1732

Contents:
Precept to the reeve, George FITTOCK, to convene the court

[no title]  HH/6/23  29.10.1732

Contents:
Letter (1) John KNIGHT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding the sale of a tenement in St. Mawes

[no title]  HH/6/24  nd

Contents:
"Mr. Elliot's value of Pill's lands in St. Mawes"

[no title]  HH/6/25  24. 9.1733

Contents:
Letter (1) John KNIGHT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding borough affairs and Pill's tenement.

[no title]  HH/6/26  27. 9.1735

Contents:
Letter (1) Anne KNIGHT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Authorisation to collect quayage duties.

[no title]  HH/6/27  5. 5.1743

Contents:
Letter (1) Richard PHILLIPPS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Right to Pill's tenement

[no title]  HH/6/28  1743

Contents:
Bill in Chancery (1) Robert NUGENT and his wife Anne (widow of John KNIGHT)
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
The purchase of St. Mawes.

[no title]  HH/6/29  nd

Contents:
Copy of HH/6/28.

[no title]  HH/6/30  nd

Contents:
Abstract of title to Francis SCOBELL'S lands.

[no title]  HH/6/31  nd

Contents:
Abstract of title to Francis SCOBELL'S lands.

[no title]  HH/6/32  nd

Contents:
Schedules of Mr. Knight's deeds relating to St. Mawes.

VARIOUS PARISHES  [no ref. or date]

St. Breock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/1  24.10.1684

Contents:
Lease (1) John DINGLEY of St. Minver, gent.
(2) Richard JAMES junior of St. Breock, yeoman.
A tenement in Trevanson and field called Trehallowes (1¼ acres).
(Endorsed with note that "this estate fell in hand on the death of John JAMES, 12.10.1738).

[no title]  HH/7/2  1684

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/7/1.

Budock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/3  4.12.1635

Contents:
Lease (1) Samuel PENDARVES of Roskrowe esquire
(2) Thomas his son "for the better settling of some livelihood and means" upon him.
Penwerris.

[no title]  HH/7/4  12.12.1638

Contents:
Assignment (1) William PENDARVES of Roskrowe, gent.
(2) Samuel, his father "in part of the discharge of a certain trust and confidence in him reposed by his father for the settling of all his lands".
Penwerris.

[no title]  HH/7/5  15.12.1638

Contents:
Settlement (1) Samuel PENDARVES of Roskrowe, esquire
(2) on John TREFUSIS of Trefusis, esquire
"For the love and fatherly affection he beareth unto Thomas PENDARVES his second son".
Penwerris - to use of Samuel for life, with remainder to Thomas.

[no title]  HH/7/6  15. 9.1651

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas PENDARVES of Budock, gent
(2) Julian OWNE of Penwerris, widow.
House in Penwerris.

[no title]  HH/7/7  2.2.1652

Contents:
Settlement for assurance of jointure after marriage between Thomas PENDARVES of Budock gent and Margaret, daughter of John SEYNTAUBYN of Clowance, esquire, deceased.
Lease of Penwerris.

[no title]  HH/7/8  29. 6.1677

Contents:
Assignment (1) Thomas PENDARVES of Penryn, gent and Margaret his wife.
(2) Bryan ROGERS senior of Falmouth, merchant.
Two closes in Budock, called Ponshardy.

[no title]  HH/7/8a  29. 9.1700

Contents:
Assignment (1) Henry PENDARVES of Paul, clerk and Grace PENDARVES of Penryn, spinster, his sister.
(2) Francis GWIN of Falmouth, merchant.
The Well Close and Higher Beef Close, part of Penwerris Barton.

St. Enoder  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/9  10. 9.1694

Contents:
Assignment (1) Timothy GULLY of St. Enoder, gent
(2) Philip HAWKINS of Creed, gent.
Lease of Burthye Row in St. Enoder.
(Quoting original lease of 1650, Jane PENROSE of Penrose widow to Mary and Frances GULLY of St. Enoder, spinster).

[no title]  HH/7/10  6. 1.1709

Contents:
Lease (1) John FLAMANKE of St. Enoder, gent.
(2) Lewis TRETHEWY of St. Enoder, blacksmith.
House, gardens and the Western Downs (10 acres), part of the barton of Goonrounsen in St. Enoder.

[no title]  HH/7/11  6. 1.1711

Contents:
Lease (1) John FLAMANKE of St. Enoder, gent.
(2) John WOONE junior of St. Enoder, carpenter.
A plot (3 acres) on the lower side of the churchway in the Bowling Green Downs, being part of Gunrounsen (endorsed, part of Somer Court: manor of Trevethelek).

[no title]  HH/7/12  26. 9.1712

Contents:
Lease (1) John FLAMANK of St. Enoder, gent.
(2) Solomon CUNDY of St. Enoder, husbandman.
House and 3 acres, part of Gunrounsen.

[no title]  HH/7/13  27. 1.1725

Contents:
Memorandum of an abortive survey held on behalf of Philip HAWKINS for letting the barton of Gunrownson.

[no title]  HH/7/14  7. 7.1725

Contents:
Memorandum of similar survey.

[no title]  HH/7/15  7. 8.1725


Related information: (See HH/7/16)

Contents:
Agreement to lease

[no title]  HH/7/16  1. 9.1725

Contents:
Lease (1) Philip HAWKINS of the Middle Temple, esquire
(2) William HUDDY of Ladock, yeoman.
The barton of Goonrounson, reserving a Down in Somer Court village.

[no title]  HH/7/17  2.12.1748

Contents:
Lease (1) Mrs. Elizabeth HAWKINS, widow of Philip
(2) William HUDDY of Ladock, yeoman.
The barton of Gonrounson.

[no title]  HH/7/18  30.11.1764

Contents:
Lease (1) Mrs. Elizabeth HAWKINS widow
(2) Walter ANDREW of St. Enoder, yeoman.
The barton of Gunrownson.

St. Erth  [no ref. or date]


Related information: See also HH/5/-

[no title]  HH/7/19  1. 9.1613

Contents:
Licence to alienate: the King to Thomas EDWARDS gent, to alienate to Francis GODOLPHIN - land in Tregerthes in St. Erth.

[no title]  HH/7/20  6.11.1622

Contents:
Royal pardon for unlicensed alienation of land in Tregerthes in St. Erth by Francis GODOLPHIN to Hugh BOSCAWEN, Richard CAREW and William CARNESEWE esquire for Oliver DIER gent and his heirs.

[no title]  HH/7/21  8.10.1663

Contents:
Sessions Order regarding the repair of St. Erth Bridge "Whereas there is a generall murmeringe among the people that the sume of £170 imposed on the county towards the repaire of St. Earth bridge is a far greater sume then any worckmen may or can reasonably demaund or justly deserve for the compleatinge thereof ------"

[no title]  HH/7/22  11. 1.1664

Contents:
Sessions Order, St. Erth Bridge.
"This Court doth approve of the contract made by Sir Richard Vyvyan with Timothy Williams for the reparacion of St. Earth Bridge for £100 ------"

[no title]  HH/7/23  29. 5.1683

Contents:
Marriage settlement. Thomas HAWKINS of Helston gent and Anne, daughter of Christopher BELLOTT of Bochym, esquire. Trewinnard Barton and mills in St. Erth.

[no title]  HH/7/24  4. 6.1692

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir John SEYNTAUBYN of Clowance, Bart.
(2) Thomas HAWKINS of Helston gent. "who promises to pay the said Sir John 20 guineas when he shall marry and bring his lady (whoever she may be) home to Clowance".
His one-third part of Trewinnard Barton and mills.

[no title]  HH/7/25  20.10.1702

Contents:
Lease (1) James FRAED of Trevethowe, esquire.
(2) Thomas HAWKINS of Trewinnard, gent.
His one-third part of Trewinnard Barton and mills.

[no title]  HH/7/26  6.12.1704

Contents:
Jointure settlement as in HH/7/23

St. Ewe  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/27  31. 8.1621

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Nicholas SMYTH of Larkbear, Devon.
(2) John MEWDON of St. Ewe husbandman.
His part of three cottages and gardens in St. Ewe Churchtown adjoining the Church Close (not signed)

[no title]  HH/7/28  1. 8.1633

Contents:
Lease (1) George SMYTH of Exeter esquire
(2) Edward HOBLYN of Goran gent.
His part of stitches and fields called Gwelcreege alias Treworracke Field in St. Ewe (9 acres), part of Treworrick tenement.

[no title]  HH/7/29  6. 8.1633

Contents:
Lease (1) George SMYTH of Exeter esquire
(2) William CARKETE of St. Ewe yeoman.
His part of 22 acres called Treworrick (reserving lease of Gwelcreege to HOBLYN).
(Endorsed with surrender by Nicholas CARKETE to Sir Joseph TREDENHAM in 1676).

[no title]  HH/7/30  20. 8.1633

Contents:
Lease (1) George SMYTH of Exeter esquire
(2) William SMYTH of Goran clerk.
His part of a tenement (58 acres) in the Churchtown and manor of St. Ewe.

[no title]  HH/7/31  20. 8.1633

Contents:
Lease (1) George SMYTH of Exeter esquire
(2) William SMYTH of Goran clerk.
His moiety of Laneva in St. Ewe.

[no title]  HH/7/32  30. 4.1669

Contents:
Assignment (1) George SMITH of St. Ewe gent.
(2) Thomas HOBLYN of Goran gent.
Lease of part of lands in St. Ewe churchtown granted him by John ST. AUBYN of Clowance, esquire, in 1650.

[no title]  HH/7/33  21. 3.1671

Contents:
Surrender (1) George SMYTH of St. Ewe, gent.
(2) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM
The third-part of Lanewa in St. Ewe.

[no title]  HH/7/34  17. 4.1672

Contents:
Lease (1) John DAVYE of Ruxford in Devon, esquire and John CHEEKE of Exeter, merchant.
(2) George SLADE of St. Michael Carhayes gent.
Their two-thirds of Lanewa in St. Ewe (96 acres)

[no title]  HH/7/35  22. 3.1674

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM of Tregonan, knight.
(2) George SLADE of St. Michael Carhayes gent.
His one-third of Lanewa in St. Ewe.

[no title]  HH/7/36  14. 2.1675

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM, knight.
(2) Richard MUDEN of St. Ewe "for the better lyvelyhood and maintenance of the said Richard, sometyme a servant to the said Sir Joseph".
His part of house in St. Ewe Churchtown where Richard's father now lives.

[no title]  HH/7/37  nd

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM, knight.
(2) Walter TREDENHAM of St. Ewe, gent.
His part of the Churchtown tenement (58 acres) in St. Ewe (reserving Luke's House and a meadow at Polmassick: also stable in churchtown "with liberty for Sir Joseph to erect a coach house on the commons".

Gerrans  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/38  21.12.1670

Contents:
Lease (1) John ELAND of St. Just in Roseland, gent
(2) Peter, son of Stephen PEIRCE of Gerrans, yeoman.
All his lands in Rosevine in Gerrans.
(Assignment 1684 to Richard JACKE of St. Just and another to him in 1687).

[no title]  HH/7/39  23. 6.1681

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas LANGFORD of Constantine gent.
(2) Peter PERCE of Gerrans, yeoman.
All his lands in Rosevine in Gerrans.
(Assignment 1684 to Richard JACKE).

[no title]  HH/7/40  9.12.1688

Contents:
Surrender (1) Richard JACKE of St. Just in Roseland and Peter PEARCE of Gerrans.
(2) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM.
Leases as in HH/7/38 and HH/7/39.

Illogan  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/41  31.10.1707

Contents:
Lease for one year (mortgage)
(1) Francis BASSETT of Tehidy, esquire
(2) Luce PRAED of Illogan, widow.
The capital messuage, barton and demesne of Tehidy, Carnbray Park in Illogan: Camborne Veor, close called Gwealeanvellen in Camborne.

[no title]  HH/7/42  nd

Contents:
Release on HH/7/41.

[no title]  HH/7/43  9. 3.1710

Contents:
Articles of agreement (1) Sir Richard VYVYAN of Trelowarren, John PRaED of Trevethowe esquire and Abel ANGOVE of Illogan gent.
(2) Francis BASSET of Tehidy
(1) To lease Penhellick Vean and Trevenson in Illogan to
(2) With licence to dig for tin and copper, paying one-ninth dues, Basset agreeing to take half the Penhellick copper and one-third the Trevenson copper to Praed's quay at Lelant.

[no title]  HH/7/44  1739

Contents:
Rent-roll of the manor of Tehidy.

St. Ives  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/45  8. 6.1625

Contents:
Marriage settlement between Alexander JAMES son of Thomas JAMES deceased and Mary, daughter of Christopher VEALE of St. Erth gent. (Jane, widow of Henry HICKES of St. Ives shipwright, being Alexander's mother).
Houses in St. Ives "in the street leading from the marckett house towards the westerne parte as towards Penzance".

Marazion  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/46  24. 8.1673

Contents:
(Copy) (1) Constance VEALE of Gulval, widow of George VEALE gent.
(2) John VEALE of Truro gent, her son.
Lands in Marazion and St. Hilary.

[no title]  HH/7/47  10. 8.1692

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM knight.
(2) Gideon BATTEN of Marazion.
Garden in Marazion.

St. Martin in Meneage  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/48  14. 1.1595

Contents:
Lease (1) John [...] RESKYNMER alias Grebar of Merthen, esquire: Grace his wife and William his brother.
(2) Gregory FRIGGENS of Truro, yeoman, Phillipa his wife and William their son.
Tredowarthe in St. Martin with suit to the manor of Reskymmer Meneage.

[no title]  HH/7/49  2. 2.1720

Contents:
Survey held for the sale of the barton of Tremain in St. Martin.

St. Mewan  [no ref. or date]

[no title or date]  HH/7/50

Contents:
Lease (1) John EDWARDS of St. Mewan, gent.
(2) John VYAN of St. Mewan, yeoman.
On occasion of marriage between (2) and Honour daughter of (1).
Retannon in St. Mewan, reserving the stamping-mill.

[no title]  HH/7/51  7. 4.1698

Contents:
Lease (1) William HAMBLY of St. Neot, yeoman
(2) Alice THOMAS of St. Mewan, widow
Moiety of Trewoon Vean, (manor of Trewoon)

[no title]  HH/7/52  1698

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/7/51.

[no title]  HH/7/53  8. 7.1693

Contents:
Lease (1) William HAMBLY of St. Neot, yeoman.
(2) Charles TREVEALE of St. Mewan, tinner.
Houses in which he and John TREVEALE live, parcel of Polferny alias the Fee Place alias the Coite, part of the manor of Trewoon.

[no title]  HH/7/54  1693

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/7/53.

[no title]  HH/7/55  1. 1.1708

Contents:
Assignment (1) Edward JENKIN of St. Mewan, yeoman.
(2) Matthew, his brother of St. Mewan, tinner.
Lease of Retannon in St. Mewan granted him by Elizabeth HAYMAN of Mawgan in Fyder in 1704.

Mitchell  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/56  3.10.1727

Contents:
Lease (1) John ARUNDELL of Lanherne, esquire
(2) John COLE junior of Mitchell.
Nantelliow and Goenmarth near Mitchell, with suit to the manor of Mitchell.

Mullion  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/57  3.11.1659

Contents:
Lease (1) John THOMAS of St. Martin, gent and Susan his wife.
(2) Edward KEMPTHORNE junior of Mullion, yeoman. Colrodger, Trembell and Hallaze in Mullion.

Probus  [no ref. or date]


Related information: For other Probus leases see HH/1/-

[no title]  HH/7/58  16. 5.1671

Contents:
Lease (1) Hugh BOSCAWEN esquire
(2) John MARTYN of Creed, husbandman.
1½ acres called Costalost in Probus.

[no title]  HH/7/59  1671

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/7/58.

Ruan Minor  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/60  29. 9.1687

Contents:
Lease (1) George ROBINSON of Cadgwith, esquire
(2) Julian DEEBLE of Ruan Minor, yeoman.
Enyswartha in Ruan Minor and two acres of common in Landewednack, adjoining Harry's Croft. Suit to the manor of Lucias Trethevas alias Roswick.
(Endorsed with surrender by Julius DEEBLE of Mylor yeoman to Anthony CLIVER of Ruan Minor yeoman in 1699)

[no title]  HH/7/61  25. 3.1709

Contents:
Lease (1) George ROBINSON of Cadgwith, esquire
(2) Richard JAMES of Ruan Major, yeoman.
The halfendeale of Treleage in Ruan Minor, grinding at Poltesca Mills and suit to manor of Lucias Trethevas.

[no title]  HH/7/62  25. 3.1738

Contents:
Lease (1) George MACKENZIE of Holborn, Middlesex esq., and Elizabeth his wife: Sampson SANDYS of Helston, gent and Lancelot ROBINSON, rector of Landewednack.
(2) George ROBERTS of Ruan Minor, husbandman
Little Croft (¾ acre) called Carleans, part of Treworder Wollas: also fields called Leggas an Creas, Dowras and Carlean Great Croft - all in Ruan Minor.

St. Stephens in Brannel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/7/63  1. 4.1698

Contents:
Lease (1) Philip HAWKINS of Pennance gent.
(2) George ANDREW of St. Stephens, yeoman.
Two fields called Crolls Meadows on Egloshellans.

[no title]  HH/7/64  1. 4.1698

Contents:
Lease (1) Philip HAWKINS of Pennance gent.
(2) Bartholomew ANDREW of St. Stephens, yeoman.
Close called Parkeponse alias Parkenpons in St. Stephens.

Wendron  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/65  11. 2.1678

Contents:
Lease (1) John SEYNTAUBYN of Clowance, esquire
(2) Thomas ORCHARD of St. Hilary, gent.
His parts of the great field called Gwealmayowe (18 acres) and the Little Gwealmayowes in Wendron, with suit to the manor of Boskenwyn.

[no title]  HH/66  9. 5.1691

Contents:
Lease (1) Edward PENROSE of Penrose esquire
(2) Thomas HAWKINS of Helston gent.
Gwealmayowe and the Little Gwealmayowes.

[no title]  HH/67  3. 2.1693

Contents:
Addition of life of Henry HAWKINS to HH/7/66.

[no title]  HH/68  21.12.1694

Contents:
Bond (1) Edward PENROSE of Penrose esquire
(2) Thomas HAWKINS of Trewinnard gent.

Withiel  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/69  22. 1.1684

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas HARRIS of St. Stephens in Brannel yeoman.
(2) Richard JULIAN of St. Wenn, yeoman.
The Longe Close, part of Trenance Wollas in Withiel.

[no title]  HH/70  30. 1.1689

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas HARRIS of St. Stephens yeoman and Philip HAWKINS of Pennance esquire.
(2) Charles PHILPE of Withiel, yeoman.
Langew Park on Trenance Wollas.

[no title]  HH/71  30. 1.1689

Contents:
Lease. Parties and property as in HH/7/69.

[no title]  HH/71a  1689

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/7/71.

[no title]  HH/72  1716

Contents:
Fine (1) George HAWKINS clerk and Francis HAWKINS gent.
(2) Christopher HAWKINS gent.
24 messuages, 223 acres of arable etc. in Mullion, Helston, Grampound and Probus: also 1/3 of the manor of Trewinnard in St. Erth, Ludgvan, Lelant etc.

[no title]  HH/73  nd

Contents:
Duplicate of HH/7/72.

GLOUCESTERSHIRE  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
HYDICOTE BARTRAM (HIDECOTE BARTRIM)

[no title]  HH/8/1  1. 4.1302

Contents:
Grant (1) Walter PHELPS
(2) Philip HUNPAS
Land in the fields of Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/2  14. 3.1452

Contents:
Grant (1) Hugh REVE
(2) Richard BRADEWEYE alias JANYNES.
Land in the town and fields of Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/3  24. 3.1452

Contents:
Release on HH/8/2.

[no title]  HH/8/4  24. 1.1485

Contents:
Grant (1) John KERBY
(2) John FREMAN
Land in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/5  2. 3.1494

Contents:
Grant (1) Richard BRADWEY and John BRADWEY his attorney.
(2) John BASSWELL, John YEONGE, Thomas PERKIS, Richard JAMES, Laurence SMYTHE, John PAGE, Richard COLCHESTER, John JAMES and William PAGE.
Land in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/6  2. 3.1494

Contents:
Letter of attorney on HH/8/5. (1) Richard BRADWEY
(2) John his brother.

[no title]  HH/8/7  5. 2.1495

Contents:
Release (1) Thomas LUCAS and John PRESTON
(2) Edward MOUNTFORT.

[no title]  HH/8/8  18. 1.1504

Contents:
Release (1) John PRESTON
(2) Edward MOUNTFORD
His right in lands late Sir Simon MOUNTFORT'S

[no title]  HH/8/9  4. 2.1504

Contents:
Agreement (1) Humphrey and Simon SEYMOUR and Edward MOUNTFORD
(2) Richard PORTER
To convey the fee-simple of land in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/10  15. 4.1504

Contents:
Sale (1) Richard HANNYE
(2) Richard PORTER
All lands in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/11  5. 8.1512

Contents:
Grant (1) John GRENE
(2) Edward GRENVILL
All lands in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/11a  6. 9.1512

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas, Abbot of Evesham
(2) Robert and Thomas HUNK
The manor of Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/12  10.10.1512

Contents:
Covenant (1) Edward GREVILL
(2) Robert HUNCKE
To convey lands in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/13  12.10.1512

Contents:
Grant on HH/8/12, with letter of attorney to Richard COLCHESTER.

[no title]  HH/8/14  10. 2.1513

Contents:
Release (1) John BRADWEY
(2) Richard HUNCKES
His right in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/15  1517/18

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Hinckley (Four) Holed Cross to use of Richard TRYGGE.

[no title]  HH/8/15a  26. 8.1529

Contents:
Bond (1) Edward MOUNTFORD
(2) Richard PORTER.

[no title]  HH/8/15b  20.10.1532

Contents:
Bargain and sale (1) Richard PORTER
(2) Robert HUNKYS

[no title]  HH/8/15c  nd

Contents:
ENGLISH COUNTERPART OF HH/8/15b

[no title]  HH/8/16  1. 8.1525

Contents:
Grant (1) John HEWES
(2) Thomas HUNCKE
Messuage in Hydicote Bartram.

[no title]  HH/8/17  22. 3.1565

Contents:
Bond to keep covenants (1) John FREMAN of Bourton on the Hill, yeoman.
(2) John FREMAN of Bourton on the Water.

[no title]  HH/8/18  c.1600

Contents:
Appointment of Thomas GEERS, Michael FREEMAN, William CHADWELL, Thomas CHADWELL, and Anthony HODGES as feoffees to uses during the minority of Richard, Joan, Mary and Katherine, the children of Anthony FREEMAN, legatees under the will of John FREEMAN

The Manor of Cargoll  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/9/1  31. 3.1630

Contents:
(Copy) Lease (1) Nicholas BORLACE of Treludderow esq.
(2) Katherine his wife.
A water-course flowing through Treluddrow Wollas to Resorrow Mill.
(Endorsed with a note by Philip HAWKINS, "I discoursed Mr. Scawen in relation to the water course which runs to Rejurrow Mill and I then informed him that it was diverted by his agents to try a load mill on Treludrow by which means Rejurrow Mil was greatly damaged)."

[no title]  HH/9/2  4. 5.1686

Contents:
(Copy) Bond (1) Peter SAWYER
(2) Humphry BORLASE
On the lease of trust lands.

[no title]  HH/9/3  18. 9.1686

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas, Lord Bishop of Exeter
(2) Humphry BORLASE
The manor of Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/9/4  15. 5.1696

Contents:
Surrender (1) Humphry BORLASE
(2) Thomas, Lord Bishop of Exeter.
Lease of the manor of Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/9/5  23. 3.1698

Contents:
Deed revoking Joseph HAWKEYS stewardship of the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/6  28. 5.1698

Contents:
Appointment of Joseph HAWKEY as steward.

[no title]  HH/9/7  3. 4.1699

Contents:
Survey of the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/8  17th cent

Contents:
Survey of the manor. (undated)

[no title]  HH/9/9  17th cent

Contents:
Schedule of tenements in trust for Mr. BORLASE.

[no title]  HH/9/10  Feb. 1702

Contents:
Customary rent-roll of the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/11  1702

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/9/12  1702

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  HH/9/13  1709

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  HH/9/14  1.11.1711

Contents:
(Counterpart) Lease (1) Philip HAWKINS
(2) John COCK, John FERRIS, Stephen and John STEPHENS.
Bishop's Wood in St. Allen.

[no title]  HH/9/15  1712

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/9/16  28. 4.1714

Contents:
(Counterpart) Lease (1) Philip HAWKINS
(2) William ORAM
Tenement in Newlyn.

[no title]  HH/9/17  28.10.1714

Contents:
Survey.

[no title]  HH/9/18  11. 5.1730

Contents:
Schedule of rents received for the Rev. HAWKINS at Zela.

[no title]  HH/9/19  Michaelmas 1732

Contents:
Schedule of rents received.

[no title]  HH/9/20  May 1733

Contents:
Account (1) Giles HAMLEY
(2) Rev. HAWKINS
Income from the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/21  4. 6.1739

Contents:
Schedule of rents received.

[no title]  HH/9/22  4. 6.1739

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/9/23  4. 6.1739

Contents:
Agreement to lease (1) Warwick OBEN gent
(2) Richard PAUL of St. Allen miller
Lanner Mill in St. Allen.

[no title]  HH/9/24  Michaelmas 1747

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/9/25  May 1748

Contents:
Schedule of amercements for non-attendance at manor-court.

[no title]  HH/9/26  Michaelmas 1748

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/9/27  1750

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/9/28  1750

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  HH/9/29  1750

Contents:
Valuation of the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/30  1750

Contents:
Valuation of the reversions.

[no title]  HH/9/31  1757/8

Contents:
Payments for building and repairs.

[no title]  HH/9/32  1772

Contents:
Account of yearly value of the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/33  1772

Contents:
Schedule of one year's customary rents due Michaelmas

[no title]  HH/9/34  1773/4

Contents:
Valuation of the manor.

[no title]  HH/9/35  June 1780

Contents:
"Calculations"

[no title]  HH/9/36  14/ 8/1783

Contents:
Letter of attorney (1) Jane VYVYAN widow
(2) Constantine HOUSE miller.
To surrender and retake Trewothall.

[no title]  HH/9/37  1785

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  HH/9/38  1786

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  HH/9/39  6/9/1787

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Thomas and Richard
WOODWARD
(2) John WOODWARD senior
Lands in Crantock

[no title]  HH/9/40  6/ 9/1787

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) John WOODWARD senior
(2) Constantine HOUSE
Lands in Crantock.

[no title]  HH/9/41  1712 & 1792

Contents:
Comparison of rentals

[no title]  HH/9/42  1796

Contents:
Rental

[no title]  HH/9/43  nd

Contents:
Cargoll Barton: list of fields.

THE MANOR OF TOLVERNE  [no ref. or date]

Contents:
IN PHILLEIGH, GERRANS & ST. JUST IN ROSELAND.

[no title]  HH/10/1  31. 1.1604

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Thomas ARUNDELL of Tolverne, knight and Lady Bridget his wife.
(2) John STODDEN of Gerrans, husbandman.
Half a new-built house in Polmeske in Philleigh and six closes there called the Fearne Close, the Well Close, the Roode Close, the Middle Close and the Meadow next the Towne, the close next the Well Close.

[no title]  HH/10/2  15. 6.1605

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Thomas ARUNDELL of Tolverne and Bridget his wife.
(2) Raffe ROBYNS of Philleigh, yeoman.
Lands in Polmeske and 6 closes there called Parke Crese, Parke Wolas, Parke Vean, the Heighe Downs (11 acres).

[no title]  HH/10/3  12. 2.1626

Contents:
Assignment (1) John STODDEN of Gerrans, yeoman.
Of lease: (2) George JENYN of Gerrans, yeoman.
Property as in 1. in part for satisfaction of debt on marriage portion of Blanch his daughter now married to JENYN.

[no title]  HH/10/4  9.11.1629

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER of Catchpole esquire
(2) John BRUER of Philleigh, yeoman.
Tenement in Treworlas in Philleigh.

[no title]  HH/10/5  28. 6.1634

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER of Catchpole esquire
(2) John TREVITHICKE of Philleigh gent.
Treworlas in Philleigh, reserving Parkengarden.

[no title]  HH/10/6  1634

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/10/5.
(Endorsed with surrender by Joseph JAGOE to William TREDENHAM, esquire in 1660).

[no title]  HH/10/7  13. 5.1637

Contents:
Lease (1) James WALKER of Catchpole esquire
(2) Thomas NICHOLSON of St. Just in Roseland gent.
Messuage and tenement called Just adjoining to the parsonage of St. Just in Roseland.

[no title]  HH/10/8  7. 2.1652

Contents:
Lease (1) John TREDINHAM of Philleigh, gent.
(2) Ceraphim BOSWARVA of St. Just in Roseland.
"An unenclosed plot near the high way between the Hill Close --- parcel of Just tenement in St. Just on the N and W and the said highway joining the Windmill fielde of Trevennell on the E and S - whereon he promises to erect a dwelling house".

[no title]  HH/10/9  26. 4.1660

Contents:
(Copy) Lease (1) Elizabeth TREDINHAM of Tregonan, widow. and William her son.
(2) John LUKE of Philleigh, blacksmith.
"A little house lately erected at the N end of a close called Higher Parkanarlah and a little stable and plot - parcel of Treworlas".

[no title]  HH/10/10  10. 5.1660

Contents:
Lease (1) Elizabeth TREDENHAM of Tregonan, widow and William her son.
(2) Joseph JAGOE of Philleigh (on surrender of HH/10/5)
Treworlas, reserving a house wherein Dian NAMPEAN lives.

[no title]  HH/10/11  1. 7.1662

Contents:
Lease (1) Joseph TREDENHAM of Tregonan esquire and Elizabeth his widowed mother.
(2) Thomas JACKE of St. Just in Roseland yeoman.
Lameor in St. Just and Philleigh, parcel of the manor of Tolverne.

[no title]  HH/10/12  1662

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/10/11.

[no title]  HH/10/13  1. 7.1662

Contents:
Lease (1) Joseph TREDENHAM of Tregonan esquire and Elizabeth his widowed mother.
(2) Thomas JACKE of St. Just in Roseland, yeoman.
Tenement in Treverres in St. Just.

[no title]  HH/10/14  25.12.1666

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) John DAYE of St. Just clerk.
Tenement of Just, reserving various houses.
(See HH/10/7, lease to NICHOLSON)

[no title]  HH/10/15  25.12.1666

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) John LANGDON of Ruan Lanihorne, gent.
Tenement in Treworlas in Philleigh.
(Endorsed with assignment to Richard LUKE in 1667)

[no title]  HH/10/16  4. 2.1667

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Richard LUKE of Kenwyn, yeoman.
Premises as in HH/10/15.

[no title]  HH/10/17  15.12.1670

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Stephen JOHN of Gerrans, yeoman.
Treworlas in Philleigh.

[no title]  HH/10/18  29. 9.1671

Contents:
Assignment as surrender (1) John and Thomas BREWER of Philleigh yeoman.
(2) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM.
Lease of tenement in Treworlas

[no title]  HH/10/19  18.12.1671

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Joseph JAGOE of Philleigh, yeoman.
Tenement in Treworlas as in HH/10/18.

[no title]  HH/10/20  2.11.1672

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Alexander COUCH of Philleigh, yeoman.
"All that Passage called Talverne Passage with the Passage Boate now thereunto belonging together with the passage of people over to and from all landing places and creeks and all rewards and passage money and all the weare called Tolverne Weare and the moiety or halfendeale of all fish taken in the weare and all those houses or sellars called the Passage House nere Talverne passage in Filley and 3 closes of land adjoining containing 10 acres - a mowhay and a storehouse and common of pasture and liberty of landing sand and drying of netts: which premises are bounded with the woods, terrats and fields of Polgurran on the E, the salt river on the N. and the W., the Chaple Wood and Chaple Close on the S. and are in the tenure of the said Alexander, and sufficient pasture for one horse or mare in Chaple Woods with liberty to enter Chaple Wood and turne and convey the water there springing to the aforesaid premises and fuell of thornes, broome and furse in Polgorran Woods and fields and the Lower Burlase to be spent in the passage house: reserving to Sir Joseph free passage for himself, his heirs, his houshold servants and family and all bushelage, ancorage and kelage and the other moiety of the fish in the weare".

[no title]  HH/10/21  30. 5.1673

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) John THOMAS of St. Just in Roseland gent.
Field or plot (2 acres) enclosed out of Beacon Close, part of St. Just tenement.

[no title]  HH/10/22  12. 7.1673

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Simon STANWAY of Exeter, herauld painter.
House and tenement in Treworlas in Philleigh.

[no title]  HH/10/23  29. 5.1680

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) William ROW of Gerrans, husbandman
Tenement in Lanhoose in Gerrans.

[no title]  HH/10/24  1. 6.1681

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Richard JACK of St. Just in Roseland, yeoman.
Higher Treverres in St. Just in Roseland.

[no title]  HH/10/25  1.11.1683

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) John JENNINGS of St. Just, yeoman.
House and two quillets (1¼ acres) part of the Church Close in Just tenement in St. Just in Roseland.

[no title]  HH/10/26  1683

Contents:
Counterpart of HH/10/25.
(Endorsed with surrender in 1695 to Joseph DILL, rector of St. Just).

[no title]  HH/10/27  22. 8.1693

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) John LUKE of Philleigh, blacksmith
House in Treworlas in Philleigh.

[no title]  HH/10/28  29. 9.1693

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Hugh VINCENT alias LANNARD of Gerrans, yeoman.
Roseviny (Rosevine) in Gerrans.

[no title]  HH/10/29  30. 9.1693

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Richard JACK of St. Just, yeoman.
Carvinack in St. Just in Roseland.

[no title]  HH/10/30  25.12.1695


Related information: (See HH/10/25)

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Joseph DILL of St. Just in Roseland, clerk.
House etc. in St. Just Tenement

[no title]  HH/10/31  6. 1.1696

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Stephen DAVY of St. Just, yeoman.
Lanseage in St. Just.

[no title]  HH/10/32  4.10.1697

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight
(2) Joseph JAGOE of Philleigh yeoman.
Lands in Treworlas in Philleigh.

[no title]  HH/10/33  14.11.1704


Related information: (See HH/10/20)

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir Joseph TREDINHAM knight and John his son and heir.
(2) Anne JOHN of Veryan, spinster.
Tolverne Passage etc.

THE MANOR OF TYBESTA IN CREED  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/11/1  temp. Edw. VI 1547 - 1553

Contents:
Star Chamber Commission to Sir Hugh TREVANION, John ARUNDELL and John BEVYLL for the examination of Thomas TEAGUE as to wrongs sustained by Nicholas RANDALL in his ejectment from Pengelly.

[no title]  HH/11/2  1547 - 1553

Contents:
Deposition of Richard VICTOR of Creed in HH/11/1.

[no title]  HH/11/3  1547 - 1553

Contents:
Deposition of John PARCKE alias FRAUNCES of Probus in HH/11/1.

[no title]  HH/11/4  1547 - 1553

Contents:
Deposition of Thomas CHRISTOPHER of Creed in HH/11/1.

[no title]  HH/11/5  nd

Contents:
Record of plea. BYRRAM -v- VICTOR in action of trespass.

[no title]  HH/11/6  4. 4.1595

Contents:
Petition from the tenants of Tybesta for confirmation of their customs.

[no title]  HH/11/7  1559

Contents:
Custumal of the manor.

[no title]  HH/11/8  temp. Philip & Mary. 1553 - 1558

Contents:
Extracts from court-rolls in case of trespass - NEWTON -v- PENNANS.

[no title]  HH/11/9  7. 1.1617

Contents:
Order to tenants to pay assessionary fines at Truro.

[no title]  HH/11/10  20. 7.1624

Contents:
Precept to the bailiffs to order attendance of tenants at St. Columb.

[no title]  HH/11/11  28. 3.1628

Contents:
Precept to the bailiffs to order attendance of tenants at Bodmin.

[no title]  HH/11/12  nd

Contents:
Precept to the bailiffs to order attendance of tenants at Bodmin.

[no title]  HH/11/13  early 17th c

Contents:
(Copy) Petition to the Worshipful John ---- to plead for tenants.

[no title]  HH/11/14  17th c

Contents:
"The humble answers of the tenants of Tybesta to the propositions of treaty for confirming or altering their duchy estates and tenures delivered unto them out of his majesty's commission for that cause lately directed to Sir Thomas WISE" etc.

[no title]  HH/11/15  nd

Contents:
Letter: confirmation of manorial customs.

[no title]  HH/11/16  23.12.1628

Contents:
Precept to the tenants of Tybesta to attend Liskeard assessioning court.

[no title]  HH/11/17  21. 3.1635

Contents:
Letter to the reeve and tenants of Tybesta: notice of enquiry into the causes of dissatisfaction among tinners and any prejudice to Duchy rights.

[no title]  HH/11/18  20.10.1686

Contents:
Affidavit by tenants that they have "tendered their takings" at Lostwithiel Assessions.

[no title]  HH/11/19  25.10.1687

Contents:
Petition by the tenants of Tybesta that the assessions be superseded.

[no title]  HH/11/20  18.10.1655

Contents:
(Copy) Order of the choosing of the reeve within the manor of Tybesta.

[no title]  HH/11/21  6. 2.1655

Contents:
Copy of court roll. Surrender (1) Loveday HAMBLY widow
(2) Thomas LOWER gent.
Penans alias Penance.

[no title]  HH/11/22  nd

Contents:
Copy of HH/11/21.

[no title]  HH/11/23  21.10.1668

Contents:
Answers of the jury to articles ministered them at Liskeard Assessions.

[no title]  HH/11/24  3.10.1673

Contents:
Answers of the jury to articles ministered them at [...] Liskeard Assessions. Launceston Assessions.

[no title]  HH/11/25  24. 3.1674

Contents:
Memorandum of rents received.

[no title]  HH/11/26  Michaelmas 1675

Contents:
Memorandum of rents due in Grampound.

[no title]  HH/11/27  5.10.1675

Contents:
Receipt given Nathaniel TREMAYNE for high rent.

[no title]  HH/11/28  17.10.1676

Contents:
Receipt given Mary MARTYN for high rent.

[no title]  HH/11/29  22.10.1676

Contents:
Receipt given Nathaniel TREMAYNE for high rent.

[no title]  HH/11/30  4. 1.1677

Contents:
Agreement (1) Thomas HANCOCKE of St. Austell
(2) Philip HAWKINS of Creed gent.
To surrender Pennans and Coystrene.

[no title]  HH/11/31  3. 7.1677

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. surrender (1) Thomas LOWER gent.
(2) Thomas HANCOCK gent.
Castrayne alias Catrone in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/32  3. 7.1677

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Thomas LOWER gent.
(2) Thomas HANCOCK gent.
Pennance.

[no title]  HH/11/33  10.10.1677

Contents:
Receipt given Mary MARTIN for high rent.

[no title]  HH/11/34  10.10.1677

Contents:
Receipt given Nathaniel TREMAYNE for high rent.

[no title]  HH/11/35  26. 3.1678

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HANCOCK
(2) Cousin Philip HAWKINS.
Ordering him to pay £100 to Joseph SAWLE.

[no title]  HH/11/36  23. 4.1678

Contents:
(Copy) Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Thomas HANCOCK
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Castrayne and Penance.

[no title]  HH/11/37  23. 4.1678

Contents:
Bond (1) Philip and John HAWKINS and Thomas TRETHEWY
(2) Thomas HANCOCK.

[no title]  HH/11/38  23. 4.1678

Contents:
Duplicate of HH/11/37. for second payment on Pennance.

[no title]  HH/11/39  23. 4.1678

Contents:
Further bond as HH/11/37.

[no title]  HH/11/40  30. 9.1678

Contents:
Receipt given by Thomas HANCOCK to Philip HAWKINS for £100.

[no title]  HH/11/41  5.10.1678

Contents:
Receipt given Elizabeth TREMAYNE for high rent.

[no title]  HH/11/42  27.10.1678

Contents:
(Copy) Letter: (1) Philip HAWKINS
(2) Thomas HANCOCK.
On payment of £200.

[no title]  HH/11/43  29. 9.1679

Contents:
Receipt given Philip HAWKINS by Thomas HANCOCK.

[no title]  HH/11/44  19.10.1679

Contents:
Receipt given Philip HAWKINS by Benjamin EDWARDS.

[no title]  HH/11/45  7.11.1679

Contents:
Receipt given Philip HAWKINS by Thomas HAWKINS.

[no title]  HH/11/46  mid 17th c

Contents:
Rental of the manor.

[no title]  HH/11/47  19.10.1683

Contents:
Articles to the jury at Grampound Assessions.

[no title]  HH/11/48  19.10.1683

Contents:
Answers to articles (as in HH/11/47)

[no title]  HH/11/49  1685

Contents:
Quietus to John HAWKINS as reeve of Tybesta

[no title]  HH/11/50  13. 4.1687

Contents:
Memorandum of payment by Amy HANCOCK for "trespass in coming into and fetching water out of the Cattroan and carrying it from thence into Luscoys".

[no title]  HH/11/51  1697/8

Contents:
Receipts given Philip HAWKINS by his mother for the rent of Penlothan.

[no title]  HH/11/52  10. 9.1699

Contents:
Precept to the reeve to attend audit in Lostwithiel.

[no title]  HH/11/53  1699

Contents:
Quietus to Philip HAWKINS as reeve of Tybesta.

[no title]  HH/11/54  1702

Contents:
Rental.

[no title]  HH/11/55  27.12.1703

Contents:
Agreement (1) Philip HAWKINS
(2) John THOMAS
To lease house in Penbethan.

[no title]  HH/11/56  1708

Contents:
Articles to the homage at Grampound Assessions.

[no title]  HH/11/57  15.10.1709

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) John CROGGAN and Patience his wife.
(2) John, their son.
Cook's Stitch and an orchard called the Nursery in Grampound.

[no title]  HH/11/58  24. 3.1711

Contents:
Memorandum. The Cross close in Penbethan set to John STEPHENS.

[no title]  HH/11/59  8. 5.1711

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Peter HERLE gent.
(2) Mathew ANDREW.
Cossoby alias Coshoby in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/60  25. 3.1712

Contents:
Memorandum. Philip HAWKINS sets the higher part of Penbethan House to Peter WATTS.

[no title]  HH/11/61  29. 9.1712

Contents:
Memorandum. Philip HAWKINS sets the lower part of Penbethan House to Nathaniel JENKIN.

[no title]  HH/11/62  29.11.1715

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) John HAWKINS clerk
(2) Philip, his brother.
Penbethan alias Penbethowyn in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/63  29.11.1715

Contents:
Bond on HH/11/62.

[no title]  HH/11/64  1716

Contents:
Schedule of rents received.

[no title]  HH/11/65  1716

Contents:
Quietus to Philip HAWKINS as reeve.

[no title]  HH/11/66  21. 1.1717

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Mathew ANDREW gent
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Cossoby in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/67  21. 1.1717

Contents:
Details of the purchase price of Cossoby.

[no title]  HH/11/68  21. 1.1717

Contents:
Details of the purchase price of Cossoby.

[no title]  HH/11/69  21. 1.1717

Contents:
Receipt for purchase-money from Peter HERLE.

[no title]  HH/11/70  17. 4.1717

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) John TRENGROUSE and Christian his wife.
(2) John HAWKINS of Creed, clerk.
Tybesta Meere (19 acres) in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/71  30.10.1717

Contents:
Articles to the homage at Grampound Assessions.

[no title]  HH/11/72  21. 4.1720

Contents:
(Counterpart) Lease (1) John TRENGROUSE junior of Creed, gent.
(2) Edward ALLEN of Grampound, yeoman.
Tybesta Meor.

[no title]  HH/11/73  20. 9.1721

Contents:
Letter of attorney (1) Walter QUARME of Falmouth clerk.
(2) Robert his brother.
To surrender moiety of Nancor in Creed to Thomas son of (1.)

[no title]  HH/11/74  5.10.1721

Contents:
Letter of attorney (1) Robert QUARME of Falmouth clerk.
(2) James LAHAR of Creed husbandman.
To surrender moiety of Nancor to Thomas QUARE.

[no title]  HH/11/75  2.10.1722

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Thomas QUARE gent.
(2) John HAWKINS clerk.
Close called the Great Cregoe (1 acre) and another called Little Cregoe on Nancor Wartha and Wollas.

[no title]  HH/11/76  3.10.1722

Contents:
Receipt given for consideration money on HH/11/75.

[no title]  HH/11/77  11.10.1722

Contents:
Release (1) Grace and Peter, children of Walter QUARME of Falmouth, clerk.
(2) John HAWKINS.
Their rights in Nancor.

[no title]  HH/11/78  19. 5.1724

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Arthur son and heir of Roger CREWS clerk.
(2) John HAWKINS clerk.
Tybesta Warren in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/79  4.10.1726

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Thomas QUARME gent
(2) John HAWKINS
The Watch Close (7 acres) part of Nancor Wartha and Wollas.

[no title]  HH/11/80  4.10.1726

Contents:
Receipt given John HAWKINS by Thomas QUARME for consideration money.

[no title]  HH/11/81  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS widow
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Tybesta Meor.

[no title]  HH/11/82  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll, Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS widow
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Tybesta Warren.

[no title]  HH/11/83  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll, Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS wid.
(2) Philip HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/11/84  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS wid.
(2) Philip HAWKINS.
Watch Close.

[no title]  HH/11/85  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS wid.
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Great and Little Cregoe.

[no title]  HH/11/86  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS wid.
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Pennans.

[no title]  HH/11/87  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS wid.
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Penbethan.

[no title]  HH/11/88  9.12.1736

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Rachel HAWKINS wid.
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Cossobey.

[no title]  HH/11/89  28. 8.1739

Contents:
Receipt given John THOMAS by Warwick OBEN for 30s. in lieu of heriot.

[no title]  HH/11/90  1745

Contents:
Quietus given Elizabeth HAWKINS widow, reeve of the manor.

[no title]  HH/11/91  c.1750

Contents:
Calculation of the next rent of Pennans and other tenements in Creed, due to Thomas HAWKINS during the widowhood of his aunt Elizabeth.

[no title]  HH/11/92  17.10.1753

Contents:
Account for repairs to Pennans and other premises.

[no title]  HH/11/93  1756

Contents:
Queitus given Elizabeth HAWKINS reeve of the manor.

[no title]  HH/11/94  21. 5.1774

Contents:
Letters Patent. Lease to John WOLRIGE, clerk, Vicar of Maker.
Cooslys and Garluneck Woods formerly leased to John WOLRIGE of Garlineck in 1736.

[no title]  HH/11/95  23. 4.1790

Contents:
Letter of attorney from Viscount FALMOUTH on the surrender of his lands in Tybesta to Richard BARWELL: Treswallen: Park Dower da, Parkanslads alias Parkangrouse (16 acres) being 1/8th of Trekean.

[no title]  HH/11/96  23.11.1791

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Surrender (1) Mathew Andrew TRUSCOTT, son and heir of Mathew ANDREW
(2) Richard BROWN.
The Rack Field in Grampound.

[no title]  HH/11/97  30. 5.1810

Contents:
Copy of Court Roll. Mary REYNOLDS, spinster, only child and heir of John REYNOLDS, admitted tenant.
Meadow in Grampound.

[no title]  HH/11/98  17. 3.1812

Contents:
Letter of attorney. Surrender (1) John PETERS
(2) Edward COODE
Nancor alias Nancroft.

[no title]  HH/11/99  nd

Contents:
"The Parish Value of several Duchy tenements in Creed belonging to Thomas HAWKINS".

[no title]  HH/11/100  nd

Contents:
Rents paid yearly to the Duchy for stated tenements.

[no title]  HH/11/101  nd

Contents:
Three church rates due out of the Hawkins estates in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/102  nd

Contents:
Schedule of the Duchy tenements in Creed.

[no title]  HH/11/103  nd

Contents:
Memorandum of acreages.

[no title]  HH/11/104  1746/52

Contents:
Account for repairs at Pennance.

[no title]  HH/11/105  nd

Contents:
Detailed acreage of Pennance.

[no title]  HH/11/106  nd

Contents:
Detailed acreage of Pennance, Penbethan etc.

VARIOUS OTHER MANORS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/12/1  28. 6.1602

Contents:
Release (1) Henry BEST
(2) Richard SUTTON
All his right in Trethwall Manor

[no title]  HH/12/2  17th cent

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Perranarworthal.

[no title]  HH/12/2a  14.10.1640

Contents:
Petition of the tenants of the Duchy manor of Moresk to John POLWHELE that he make representations against John TREDINHAM, the Deputy Steward, for refusing to enter surrenders in the Court Book.

[no title]  HH/12/2b  12.11.1640

Contents:
(Draft) Petition similar to 2a. by tenants of the manor of Tewington (St. Austell)

[no title]  HH/12/3  29. 8.1705

Contents:
Appointment of Francis HAWKINS as steward of the manor of Trethevas Lucias (Lyzard).

[no title]  HH/12/4  nd

Contents:
Fine (1) ----- MASON
(2) John TREDENHAM
The manors of Treveneage, Penberthy, Tredenham, Tolverne, St. Ewe, St. Mawes, Redruth.

[no title]  HH/12/5  1716/19

Contents:
Account of Henry HILL with Sir N. NAPPIER: the manors of Tolgullow and Trembethow.

[no title]  HH/12/6  1726

Contents:
FINE (1) John HAWKINS
(2) Elizabeth TREDINHAM, Francis TREBOLL, Thomas PACE.
As in HH/12/4.

[no title]  HH/12/7  nd

Contents:
Duplicate of HH/12/6.

[no title]  HH/12/8  July 1727

Contents:
Sale (1) Elizabeth TREDINHAM
(2) John HAWKINS
Manors as in HH/12/4.

[no title]  HH/12/9  5. 6.1729

Contents:
Lease (1) Rev. John HAWKINS
(2) John POLSUE of Goran, victualler.
Tenement in the manor of Galowras in Goran.

[no title]  HH/12/10  29. 9.1730

Contents:
Lease (1) Thomas SCAWEN of Carshalton esquire
(2) Valentine CREBO of St. Agnes, tinner.
The moiety of a moiety and 2 parts of a third part of a moiety in five parts to be divided in Mellinnoweth Down in St. Agnes, with suit to the manor of Lambourne (Perranzabuloe etc.)

[no title]  HH/12/11  1719/33

Contents:
Minister's Accounts: manors of Tolgullow and Trembethow, including amount of ores raised.

[no title]  HH/12/12  26. 9.1734

Contents:
Manor of Moresk. Copy of Court Roll
Surrender (1) Dorothy PENROSE
(2) Elizabeth ROWE
Moiety of tenement in St. Clements.

[no title]  HH/12/13  25. 3.1735

Contents:
Manor of Mithian. Lease (1) William MOHUN of Luney esq.
(2) George TREMUAN of St. Agnes tinner.
House on Mithian Common in St. Agnes.

[no title]  HH/12/14  25. 5.1736

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Trembethow.

[no title]  HH/12/15  1741

Contents:
Schedule of high rents: manor of Trembethow

[no title]  HH/12/16  1743

Contents:
Rent-roll: moiety of manor of Tolgullow.

[no title]  HH/12/17  1743

Contents:
Rent-roll: manor of Trembethow

[no title]  HH/12/18  1750

Contents:
Rent-roll: manor of Trembethow

[no title]  HH/12/19  31. 5.1758

Contents:
Manor of Moresk. Surrender (1) Anne BORLASE widow
(2) Thomas HAWKINS and Thomas POLWHELE.
Tenements in St. Clements.

[no title]  HH/12/20  nd

Contents:
Manor of Moresk. Copy of Court Roll. Surrender.
Parties as in HH/12/19. property as in HH/12/12.

[no title]  HH/12/21  June 1779

Contents:
Manor of Mithian. Survey of enclosures on the commons.

[no title]  HH/12/22  15. 9.1800

Contents:
Manor of Trethurff (Ladock). Particulars of the manor of occasion of sale by public survey.

[no title]  HH/12/23  1800

Contents:
Manor of Tregony Pomery. (Probus and Cornelly)
Estimate of its value.

[no title]  HH/12/24  6. 4.1809

Contents:
Manor of Lambourne (Perranzabuloe) Precept to the reeve to summon court.

[no title]  HH/12/25  May 1810

Contents:
Manor of Mithian. Precept to the reeve to summon court.

[no title]  HH/12/26  1810

Contents:
Manor of Mithian. Presentment of the homage.

[no title]  HH/12/27  26. 4.1810

Contents:
Manor of Mithian: Goonlase: precept to the reeve to summon court.

[no title]  HH/12/28  nd

Contents:
Manor of Mithian: Goonlase: precept to the reeve to summon court.

[no title]  HH/12/29  May 1810

Contents:
Manor of Mithian: Presentment of the homage.

[no title]  HH/12/30  1828

Contents:
Manor of Goviley (Cuby) Particulars of the manor on the occasion of public survey for sale.

[no title]  HH/12/31  nd

Contents:
Particulars of the manors of Treffries and Arallas (St. Enoder etc.)

[no title]  HH/12/32  nd

Contents:
Survey of the manor of Redruth.

[no title]  HH/12/33  nd

Contents:
Rental of the manor of Allet (Kenwyn etc.)

[no title]  HH/12/34  nd

Contents:
Rental of the manors of Carminow (Mawgan in Meneage) and Winnianton (Gunwalloe).

Electoral business GRAMPOUND AND TREGONY  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/13/1  26th October 1332

Contents:
(Copy) Charter: Earl of Cornwall: to the burgesses of Grampound: The vill of Grampound with the land of Coysfala (detailed bounds): the mills of Tybesta (corn and fulling): view of frankpledge: assise of bread and ale: freedom from toll: gild-merchant: utfangenethef and infangenethef: fairs. Rent £12.11.4.
Witnesses - Edmund Baconn, William Daubeny, William de Cusancia, Simon Basset, Robert Baconn, knights, William de Cusancia and William de Mundene, clerks. Oppenham

[no title]  HH/13/2  17th January 1625

Contents:
Election indenture (1) Thomas WYVELL esquire, sheriff of Cornwall (2) Michael TRECLYNE mayor of Grampound and the burgesses, Edward THOMAS to be M.P.

[no title]  HH/13/3  30th July 1646

Contents:
Election indenture (1) John LOGGETT junior, Mayor of Grampound and the burgesses (2) Hugh BOSCAWEN of Tregothnan esquire.
The latter to be Recorder of the Borough.

[no title]  HH/13/4  7th October 1672

Contents:
Certificate by the Mayor, James HUGH and others that Ann STONE of Grampound and her parents Walter and Joan, are penitent of their opprobrious language and conduct toward the corporation: addressed to Hugh BOSCAWEN, Recorder of the Borough.

[no title]  HH/13/5  25th September 1684

Contents:
Formal surrender by Mayor, Anthony PYE, and burgesses of Grampound of the charter of the borough granted by Edward the Sixth.

[no title]  HH/13/6  4th April 1685

Contents:
(Copy) Charter to the Borough of Grampound

[no title]  HH/13/7  nd

Contents:
Extracts from HH/13/6

[no title]  HH/13/8  22nd September 1723

Contents:
(Copy) Poll for Mayor of Grampound: 30 CROGGAN: 2 Thomas MOORE

[no title]  HH/13/8a  1727

Contents:
An accompt of the charges attending the election of two MPs. for Grampound

[no title]  HH/13/9  26th October 1738

Contents:
Court Paper: (Copy): Admission of freemen: appointment of officers

[no title]  HH/13/10  Endorsed 1738

Contents:
Letter: Sir William CAREW to - HAWKINS: Grampound affairs

[no title]  HH/13/11  13th November 1738

Contents:
Letter: Sir John St. AUBYN (from Clowance) to Christopher HAWKINS: advises seeing Mount EDGCUMBE in company with Sir William CAREW so making it appear as a courtesy call from Antony.

[no title]  HH/13/12  2nd September 1739

Contents:
Letter: Thomas PITT (from Boconnoc) to Christopher HAWKINS: "only inducement, for encouraging the proposal that was made me, for meddling in Grandpound, was the opposing the M... try". offers his assistance, "acts of violence and exorbitant power" on part of Edgcumbe.

[no title]  HH/13/13  1st September 1739

Contents:
Part of letter: Christopher HAWKINS (from Trewithen): explaining his role in the affairs of Grampound and Edgcumbe's recent activities there.
(On reverse)
(Draft) Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Mr. OBEN: instructions in the Pitt affair: "Dr. Goss will not be a proper person for a principal agent but that Mr. Truscot may be".

[no title]  HH/13/14  4th September 1739

Contents:
(Draft) Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to EDGCUMBE: proposed meeting and hopes for continuance of united interest.
(On reverse) draft of address to magistrates of Grampound offering himself as member.

[no title]  HH/13/15  1739

Contents:
Affidavit by John TREMAYNE of Grampound clotheir as to EDGCUMBE'S attempted creation of three new magistrates on 29th August

[no title]  HH/13/16  1739

Contents:
Affidavit by John TREMAYNE of Grampound clotheir as to EDGCUMBE'S attempted creation of three new magistrates on 29th August

[no title]  HH/13/17  1739

Contents:
Affidavit by John TREMAYNE of Grampound clotheir as to EDGCUMBE'S attempted creation of three new magistrates on 29th August

[no title]  HH/13/18  1739

Contents:
Affidavit by John PEARCE of Grampound fellmonger to same effect.

[no title]  HH/13/19  1739

Contents:
Affidavit by John PEARCE of Grampound fellmonger to same effect.

[no title]  HH/13/20  1739

Contents:
Affidavit by John PEARCE of Grampound fellmonger to same effect.

[no title]  HH/13/21  1740

Contents:
Affidavits by Peter VERCOE of Grampound cordwainer and John LANYON of Creed gent that Richard EDGCUMBE as Recorder voted for John MINERS and George CLEMOE to be capital burgesses.

[no title]  HH/13/22  1740

Contents:
Statement of proceedings after disqualification of new magistrates and mayoralty now contested between POMEROY the legal mayor and MOORE, the intruder.

[no title]  HH/13/23  c.1737?

Contents:
List of freemen and magistrates (Mr. Oben's list & Mr. Truscot's list)

[no title]  HH/13/24  nd

Contents:
Letter: Warwick OBEN to Christopher HAWKINS - as to legal opinions re: elections of MINERS, CLEMOE and HOYTE.

[no title]  HH/13/25  nd

Contents:
Account of notes of hand given OBEN, NANCE, BORLASE and HAWKINS at Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/26  24th July 1740

Contents:
Letter: Warwick OBEN to Christopher HAWKINS: proceedings with Mr. MOORE and his refusal to hand over town papers.

[no title]  HH/13/27  26th July 1740

Contents:
Notice of assembly of corporation to elect capital burgess in place of John CROGGAN deceased: signed by mayor Thomas MOORE.

[no title]  HH/13/28  November 1740

Contents:
Letter: (draft): Christopher HAWKINS - to Sir John ST. AUBYN and Sir William CAREW giving present state of affairs at Grampound: does not intend to stand personally at next election but will bear whole cost: suggests that young Mr. Buller might be suitable candidate.

[no title]  HH/13/29  1740

Contents:
Case: in Kings Bench: the King -v- John MINERS and George CLEMOE

[no title]  HH/13/30  1741

Contents:
State of charges in election of Bankes and Boone (ie. by whom to be paid).

[no title]  HH/13/31  23rd October 1741

Contents:
A state of the affairs in Grampound: as to recent mayoral elections. mentions "a little chaple belonging to the town and adjoining to the Hall and where some of the Town business is often transacted".

[no title]  HH/13/32  2nd May 1741

Contents:
Bond: in £4000: Thomas PITT and Christopher HAWKINS - to indemnify the Sheriff for any costs involved in recent election

[no title]  HH/13/33  May 1741

Contents:
Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Warwick OBEN: intention best to query legality of the assembly to elect new magistrate, validity of charter being questioned.

[no title]  HH/13/34  1741

Contents:
Writ quo warranto addressed to Christopher HAWKINS - why he should not be disqualified from seat on Grampound jury (copy)

[no title]  HH/13/35  c1741

Contents:
Disbursements by Christopher HAWKINS at Grampound between April 1739 and May 1741.

[no title]  HH/13/36  1741


Related information: (See HH/13/34)

Contents:
Case: ability of Christopher HAWKINS to sit on Grampound jury

[no title]  HH/13/37  19th December 1741

Contents:
Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Warwick OBEN: with copy of HH/13/34 and opinions

[no title]  HH/13/38  21st October 1741

Contents:
Letter: James NANCE to Warwick OBEN: with list of persons best sworn freemen if they are to remain friends

[no title]  HH/13/39  1741

Contents:
Memorandum of various sums paid James NANCE between May and June

[no title]  HH/13/40  6th June 1741

Contents:
Letter: Thomas PITT and Christopher HAWKINS to Warwick OBEN: instructions to pay friends at Grampound: not as much as would wish because of heavy law charges.

[no title]  HH/13/41  1746

Contents:
Poll at the election in 1741 and with lists of freemen sworn subsequently, up till

[no title]  HH/13/42  11th May 1741

Contents:
List of freemen

[no title]  HH/13/43  2nd May 1741

Contents:
Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Thomas PITT - Grampound affairs

[no title]  HH/13/44  1741

Contents:
A list of the votes at Grampound as they stand this 6th day of May

[no title]  HH/13/45  12th October 1743

Contents:
Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Warwick OBEN: payment on notes in Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/46  4th January 1746

Contents:
Letter: J. Truscott (from Resugga) to Christopher HAWKINS: more money needed in Grampound "for nothing else will secure the men"

[no title]  HH/13/47  1746

Contents:
A list of the mayor, magistrates and freemen of Grampound

[no title]  HH/13/48  nd

Contents:
A copy of the poll at the election in 1741 with the names of additional freemen sworn since - until Easter 1747.

[no title]  HH/13/49  nd

Contents:
A copy of the poll at the election in May 1745 with freemen admitted since.

[no title]  HH/13/50  15th December 1746

Contents:
Letter: J. TRUSCOTT to Christopher HAWKINS "Nance still dropt some words of discontent of his not being better rewarded for his past services".
Various payments ought to be made.

[no title]  HH/13/51  1747

Contents:
Account: HAWKINS with PITT "touching the election at Grampound"

[no title]  HH/13/52  25th September 1747

Contents:
Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Warwick OBEN - asks him to settle accounts with Pitt "if you find him in a temper and disposed to adjust and settle all accounts between us". (1741 accounts still outstanding).

[no title]  HH/13/53  Michaelmas 1747

Contents:
Account: John TRUSCOTT with Thomas HAWKINS, over election ending

[no title]  HH/13/54  1741 -1747

Contents:
Account: PITT and HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/13/55  21st August 1748

Contents:
Minutes of Resolutions relating to Grampound affairs taken at Mount Edgcumbe

[no title]  HH/13/56  2nd July 1748

Contents:
Letter: Thomas JONES (from St. Austell) to HAWKINS - over disqualification of freemen.

[no title]  HH/13/57  1748

Contents:
Disclaimers at Grampound with reasons for disqualifications

[no title]  HH/13/58  c1751

Contents:
List of the freemen and magistrates at Grampound 1748 and corrected up to 1751.

[no title]  HH/13/59  Michaelmas 1749

Contents:
Rental of Grampound and other scattered lands.

[no title]  HH/13/60  1749

Contents:
Schedule of Grampound papers

[no title]  HH/13/61  1749

Contents:
"A List of the Freemen at Grampound".
(With illuminating comments upon characters of individual voters)

[no title]  HH/13/62  4th March 1750/1

Contents:
Letter: Christopher Hawkins to nephew? Payment of costs in Grampound to be shared with Pitt.

[no title]  HH/13/63  1752

Contents:
"Poor Freemen" List.

[no title]  HH/13/64  1752

Contents:
"Poor Freemen of Grampound" List, with various amounts in shillings against their names.

[no title]  HH/13/65  23rd October 1752

Contents:
A list of capital burgesses and presented men

[no title]  HH/13/66  19th April 1754

Contents:
"Grampound freemen who have absolutely engaged to vote for the united interest" and "male-contents".

[no title]  HH/13/67  19th April 1754

Contents:
"Grampound annuitants pd. home to includes "The Mayors Kitchen Money Yearly £21.0.0.".

[no title]  HH/13/68  1754

Contents:
As HH/13/66 but dated January 1754 with comments on their financial status and families.

[no title]  HH/13/69  22nd September 1755

Contents:
(Draft) letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Thomas JONES: difficulties in Grampound with the Moore brothers.

[no title]  HH/13/70  16th September 1755

Contents:
Letter: Thomas JONES to Christopher HAWKINS. Parson Moore disgusted at not getting Mevagissey parsonage, other brother wanting some sinecure and White siding with them. Death of John Minors means that these three magistrates outvote the two Pomerys. What to do to prevent more mischief.

[no title]  HH/13/71  c1756

Contents:
Disbursements by Thomas JONES (Lord EDGCUMBE's agent) in Grampound between 19th April 1754 and Michaelmas 1756.

[no title]  HH/13/72  c1757

Contents:
Observations on the disbursements in HH/13/71. by Christopher Hawkins and endorsed "I writ Mr. Jones as above the 19 of May 1757".

[no title]  HH/13/73  19th May 1757

Contents:
Letter: Christopher HAWKINS to Thomas JONES: on HH/13/71.

[no title]  HH/13/74  3rd October 1757

Contents:
A List of New Freemen Presented

[no title]  HH/13/75  28th August 1758

Contents:
"Some Thoughts on the Present Situation at Grampound".

[no title]  HH/13/76  nd

Contents:
Letter: William ROBERTS to Thomas HAWKINS: election at Tregony: "Lord Falmouth got the day...... there was very bad work there". "Last Tuesday the election for Grampound came on about 2 o'clock in the morning and as I had never seen anything of that nature before I had the curiosity to go down". "There never was such striving in Cornwall as is now: at Penryn 'tis said the money is drove about in wheelbarrows".

[no title]  HH/13/77  prob. c.1780

Contents:
Notes about votes at Grampound: Symonds (a fuller), John HOYTE (fuller) Newton, Watts, Croggons, etc.

[no title]  HH/13/78  1780

Contents:
"List of the Votes" (with their occupations): Grampound

[no title]  HH/13/79  nd

Contents:
"List of the Votes" (with their occupations): Grampound

[no title]  HH/13/80  1783

Contents:
"List of the Votes" (with their occupations): Grampound

[no title]  HH/13/81  1788/9

Contents:
Account: William Moorman with Christopher HAWKINS.
Tregony: building houses etc.

[no title]  HH/13/82  1788/9

Contents:
Itemised accounts for building (materials) Tregony

[no title]  HH/13/83  1788/9

Contents:
Itemised accounts for building (labour) Tregony

[no title]  HH/13/84  1788/9

Contents:
"Cash advanced to Mr. Middlecoat for the use of the men".
(Building) Tregony

[no title]  HH/13/85  1738/9

Contents:
Draft in Christopher Hawkins' hand of the split interest after

[no title]  HH/13/86  21st February 1789

Contents:
Letter: W. HAMBLY (from Falmouth) to N. MIDDLECOAT (of Tregony) a cryptic note assuming much knowledge on part of the reader: Tregony business.

[no title]  HH/13/87  1788/9

Contents:
Account of expenses incurred on estates at Tregony

[no title]  HH/13/88  1788/9

Contents:
Account of expenses incurred on estates at Tregony

[no title]  HH/13/89  29th January 1790

Contents:
Letter: E. MOORMAN to Christopher HAWKINS: expresses regret at disclosing "that you advanced the cash" at Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/90  1794/5

Contents:
Account: Sir Christopher HAWKINS with Rashleigh and Coode (solicitors) Grampound business. Total £471.14.11.

[no title]  HH/13/91  21st April 1795

Contents:
Letter: Stephen DOBLE (from Tregony) to...... regarding sale of his property in Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/92  22nd May 1795

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS (from Grampound) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: recommends Mrs. Hoyte (dau. of Matthias Watts) as suitable housekeeper at Trewithen.

[no title]  HH/13/93  9th June 1795

Contents:
Letter: James COOKE (from Grampound) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: has intention of marrying and emigrating to America: bad health: in view of father's help in borough solicits Sir Christopher's help in securing passport from Secretary of State.

[no title]  HH/13/94  December 1795

Contents:
"Expences at Tregoney" (Total of £630.18.1½ includes 91 guineas and 91 two guineas distributed: nine musicians 10s.6d. each: ribbon bills about £8.8.0. Pascoe Crocker's bills £84.10.6. Elizabeth Husband £17.4.10. Ann Burley £34.1.0. Nicholas Clarke £78.2.3½.

[no title]  HH/13/95  1st December 1795

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: disquiet at Mayor's constant being with Mr. Moore.

[no title]  HH/13/96  22nd December 1795

Contents:
Letter: William GULLY (from Trevennen) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS. houses in Tregony given to men by Mr. Barwell's party.

[no title]  HH/13/97  22nd December 1795

Contents:
Letter: William GULLY to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: as in 96. votes of TREGIGGO family: no encouragement from Hawkins interest.

[no title]  HH/13/98  29th December 1795

Contents:
Letter: W. BOSCAWEN to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: as to right of voting which has been accepted in 1784 election "a legal settlement in the parish gave a right of voting, provided the party had resided forty days before the election; with an exception, as to the residence, in favour of persons employed in the King's Naval Service": dispute over 40 days:
Tregony:

[no title]  HH/13/99  1796

Contents:
Account: Samuel HOYTE with Rashleigh, Coode and Edwards: Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/100  1796?

Contents:
Letter: Samuel THOMAS (from Tregolls) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS - promises support from his tenants at Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/101  18th January 1796

Contents:
Letter: George 3. Smith (from Sheerness) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS - Discharged from Spanker: asks loan of few pounds: "you may depend on my doing all that lays in my power at the day of election". Tregony

[no title]  HH/13/102  1796

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HOYTE to Sir Christopher HAWKINS. Grampound - "everything was carried on very close and snug till the day following when there was reason to suspect our private business would become publick, Mr. Croggon and I thought it high time to acquaint Mr. Mayor and other alderman with the job.....Charles Vercoe come over, to Parson Moore's - surprise.

[no title]  HH/13/103  10th March 1796

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HOYTE to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: account of late proceedings at Grampound..... discussion at the Mayor's: Mr. Eliot replied "they could not think of giving up a borough of which his father had been so long a worthy patron and in whom the voters had found a ready and stedfast friend, that it was their place to set mistaken half blinded men right etc. etc. "snake in the grass Isaac". (Have taken the Mayor to Trewithen under guard).

[no title]  HH/13/104  19th April 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis RODD (from Plymouth Dock Barracks) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: in case of J. STRONGMAN of Tregony: no man will be discharged unless unfit for service: "I beg to assure you that I will not submit to any orders to discharge any man but if his vote is wanted by you on the day of election he shall have leave of absence as the law directs. If the War Office or any person whatever pretends to interfere I will no longer keep the command of the Regiment".

[no title]  HH/13/105  9th June 1796

Contents:
Letter: Nathaniel TAYNTON (from Grays Inn) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: Grampound: lost case.

[no title]  HH/13/106  14th July 1796

Contents:
Letter: S. HARMAN (from Jermyn Street) to..... giving information that "Mr. Barwell's friends mean to petition against Mr. Nicholl's return for Tregony". Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/107  9th August 1796

Contents:
Letter: James VEITCH (from HMS. Apollo, Plymouth) to Sir Christopher HAWKINS: congratulations on Tregony result: was on cruise at time. Thanks Sir C. for recommendation to admiral "Duty of refitting always falls heavy on the first Lieutenant". Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/108  6th December 1796

Contents:
Affidavit sworn by John BARNICOAT of Tregony cordwainer that some three years previously he was in company with Revs. Rd. and Thomas Peter GURNEY and Nicholas MIDDLECOAT when last said he did not know anything about Sir. C. H. opposing Mr. BARWELL in Tregony and was not authorised to make use of Sir. C. H's name in any such manner.

[no title]  HH/13/109  6th December 1796

Contents:
Similar affidavit by John BARNICOAT: "Nicholas Middlecoat declared that he would not oppose Mr. Barwell in Tregony if Sir C. H. would give him Trewithen".

[no title]  HH/13/110  1796

Contents:
Depositions by Joseph ROWE of Tregony cordwainer, Nicholas BOND and Mark EDDY as to various incidents concerning Mr. Richard GURNEY and Jonathan Peirce COFFIN in the Barwell interest. Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/111  6th December 1796

Contents:
Letter: W. MOORMAN to N. MIDDLECOAT: covering letter to deposition as 108 and 109: wishing him well: Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/112  2nd January 1797

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS (from Grampound) to Sir C. H. "Now I think Sir there should be a diference made between first and last, one who has rode hundreds of miles and concerned myselfe 10 years on the business and others that have only just come once or twice to receive their dowery.

[no title]  HH/13/113  17th March 1797

Contents:
Letter: Jno. HEARLE (from Canterbury) to Sir C. H. Tregony. Illness of Mr. Buckingham: inadvisability of three members of family on corporation.

[no title]  HH/13/114  4th May 1797

Contents:
Letter: James COOKE (from Grampound) to Sir C. H. Asks him to loan £30 or £40, he now employing more journeymen.

[no title]  HH/13/115  22nd May 1797

Contents:
Letter: James COOKE (from Grampound) to Sir C. H. To same effect as HH/13/114. thinking that to have gone astray.

[no title]  HH/13/116  23rd May 1797

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HOYTE (from Grampound) to Sir C. H. desirable to settle with the mayor: wishes to lease the mill: Grampound Post Office - William Bennet says he is to have it shortly: will be sad loss to Sister Williams.

[no title]  HH/13/117  10th June 1797

Contents:
Letter: Daniel WATTS junior to Sir C. H. in building a house - now above beam-level - straitened for money to continue work £40 advance would oblige.

[no title]  HH/13/118  11th July 1797

Contents:
Letter: Stephen DOBLE (from Tregony) to Sir C. H. asks for cash in respect of repairs to Tregony property. With draft on reverse of Sir C. H's reply objecting to cost.

[no title]  HH/13/119  27th September 1797

Contents:
Letter: Rose PRICE (from Trevaylor) to Sir C. H. refers to Sir C's allusion to purchase of a political interest - which he thinks to be in St. Ives: now favourably inclined.

[no title]  HH/13/120  c1798

Contents:
Account: Sir Christopher HAWKINS expenditure for the United Corps of Tregony, Grampound and Probus for 1798: pay, clothing etc.

[no title]  HH/13/121  31st Marcy 1798

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS, Samuel HOYTE and John CROGGON (from Grampound) to Sir C. H. "there seems to be a spirit of discontent and murmuring with many of the Votes in Grampound who we doubt not would readily come forward in your favour provided they had a little support"....."You know Sir we laid ourselves under an engagement that when you returned from Town every thing would be to their expectations".

[no title]  HH/13/122  16th December 1798

Contents:
Letter: M. Roberts (from Lamellyn) to Sir C. H. "I was yesterday with the Grampound Volunteers..... it being Saturday only few attended. Tuesday is what they call their great day..... we propose next week to make one long day at Grampound, and the same at Tregoney and Probus, it being holiday time it will be a pleasant amusement to the men .....

[no title]  HH/13/123  14th September 1799

Contents:
Letter: Sir C. H. to Rev. Mr. DOBLE (at Looe). Strong letter in denying Doble's charges: money advanced D. was to meet debt to Mr. Barwell - "rescued you from the most mortifying circumstances of an arrest" therefore begs him to endeavour to procure the money in a proper time to pay his debt. Tregoney.

[no title]  HH/13/124  24th October 1799

Contents:
Letter: Mayor and magistrates of Tregony to Sir C. H. Mr. Barwell given 7s.6d. to each of his friends, recommends C. H. to give another 5s. in addition to the Michaelmas 2s.6d.

[no title]  HH/13/125  11th January 1800

Contents:
Tickets delivered to the electors of Tregony - 97 at 2.6

[no title]  HH/13/126  14th February 1800

Contents:
Letter: Mayor and Corporation of Tregony to Sir C. H. will be obliged for loan of fair boards etc. from Probus for Tregony Shrove Tuesday Fair: only occasion for they intend to buy their own fair-stuff.

[no title]  HH/13/127  29th March 1800

Contents:
Letter: Thomas CROGGON to Sir C. H. announces accepting offer of Cooke's house at Grampound "tho' dear".

[no title]  HH/13/128  11th September 1800

Contents:
(Copy) Affidavit by Jugh EPLETT of St. Ewe, schoolmaster, that name of William MOORMAN was never used by him in any sense inimical to Hawkin's interest.

[no title]  HH/13/129  27th January 1801

Contents:
Letter: N. MIDDLECOAT to Sir C. H. Barwell votes have each received a guinea and a shilling at Tregony. "Your friends in full expectation of a present also".

[no title]  HH/13/130  18th April 1801

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H. Cash advanced to 'Luke', threatened by Mr. Pinch. Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/131  21st April 1801

Contents:
Letter: M. Roberts (from Lamellyn) to Sir C. H. Grampound Volunteers: drummers downed drums when not allowed 1s.6d. per week "we was therefore obliged to march to the field with the assistance of Probus drums". All taken back except Painter the 'long drum' - in consequence most of company gave up arms "and I went to field with only 26 men and a few that were not able to exercise": asks advice as to how to deal with men. "Masons yesterday began to take down the great window at the higher end of the church". "Riots have been here almost in every little town even Grampound have not been without it, at present its pretty well subsided".

[no title]  HH/13/132  26th April 1801

Contents:
Letter: Charles VERCOE (Mayor) to..... refers bill for newspapers to Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/13/133  27th May 1801

Contents:
Letter: Eleanor CROGGON to Sir C. H.: begs his intercession on son's behalf - "he seems to have a dislike to the seas".

[no title]  HH/13/134  3rd June 1801

Contents:
Letter: Eleanor CROGGON to Sir C. H.: best for George Hoyte to come down on tin-ship and take advice.

[no title]  HH/13/135  3rd June 1801

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H.: with ref. to George Hoyte's return "it is my opinion that this uneasiness arises from nothing else but a meer foolish fondness and silly inclination to see each other". "I must request you to keep my observations secret .....".

[no title]  HH/13/136  10th June 1801

Contents:
Letter: W. SYMONS to Sir C. H. ref Thomas CROGGON currier in a large way of business: "family is much displeased and have said many unkind things" - wants advance of 80 - 100£ for 6 months.
(On reverse) draft reply from Sir C.H. Croggon no cause for complaint.

[no title]  HH/13/137  14th May 1802

Contents:
Letter: W. SYMONS to Sir C. H. "the Black Coats are now beginning to tease us by going round to the votes making large offers to some tho' not to many". Report that Eliots are coming to canvass borough ....." the seat of war is now in the country as they will be doing everything they can to trouble you in all 3 Boroughs if a dissolution is near at hand".
(On reverse) draft reply from Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/13/138  19th October 1802

Contents:
Letter: G. H. Chilcott to Sir C. H. Encloses list of payments at Grampound - 30 gns. to mayor as usual: last year he had 35.

[no title]  HH/13/139  12th December 1802

Contents:
Letter: Jno. JULYAN to Sir C. H. (from Penzance): vacancies for two boatmen. Brother Robert would esteem it favour if recommended for merchant service - good experience in R.N.

[no title]  HH/13/140  13th March 1803

Contents:
Letter: John DREW (from Trevorva) to Sir C. H. willing to accept his offer of post in London at £70 - 80 p.a. if still open. Penryn?

[no title]  HH/13/141  18th March 1803

Contents:
Letter: John SYMONS junr (from Grampound) to Thomas WOOD of Broad Street Buildings, London: sister's son Thomas HARRIS on board "the Pelican one of Mr. Daniell's vessells from Truro for Smyrna" lying at Blackwall, impressed: now on HMS Lark outward bound on 5 years cruise. If necessary his father will supply one or two substitutes.

[no title]  HH/13/142  26th March 1803

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H....... "David Vercoe shews himself much dissatisfied for we understand he has had but £115 when surely he should have had £150 and that without any obligation and why any obligation from those who never acted inimical to your Honors Interest and agreeable to an old Proverb One Volunteer is worth Two Prest Men.

[no title]  HH/13/143  March 1803

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HOYTE and John CROGGON to Sir C. H. William Symons displeased because of papers against him remaining with Rashleigh: Failure to pay Ham and Croggon £10 each - "Those neglects and omissions lessens our consequence and hurts our interest".

[no title]  HH/13/144  7th April 1803

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H. disappointed with brother's allocation.

[no title]  HH/13/145  15th April 1803

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C.H. intentions as to his part on magistracy.

[no title]  HH/13/146  15th April 1803

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir C.H.: in affair of Thomas HARRIS (see HH/13/141) requests order for his discharge.

[no title]  HH/13/147  26th April 1803

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir C.H. affair of Thomas HARRIS: parents have sent him money: not received it.

[no title]  HH/13/148  28th April 1803

Contents:
Court Paper: presentment of new jurors.

[no title]  HH/13/149  29th April 1803

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS, Samuel HOYTE, John CROGGON and John SYMONS junior to Sir C. H.: report on Mayor's Court of the 28th: advisable to give up notes on supporters and make them present of £10 or more per man.

[no title]  HH/13/150  18th May 1803

Contents:
Letter: Thomas CROGGON junior to Sir C.H. Asks loan of £60 in order to lay in stock of bark.

[no title]  HH/13/151  26th May 1803

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir C. H. obliged for place for brother: he seems concerned about removing his family and expense of living there: hopes C. H. will give him not less than £250 per annum, "disasters is to befall us all..... several of us to be sent to Newgate...... the Parsons have surely folly in their heads...... Moore have been gone of for London more then a week back...... Thomas Harris.... our family would all esteem it a great favor if something could be done for him to get him a carpenters mate".

[no title]  HH/13/152  1st August 1803

Contents:
Letter. Henry BEHENAH (from Tregony) to Sir C. H I would appreciate a little money: £30 - 40 would do until a settlement.

[no title]  HH/13/153  28th August 1803

Contents:
Letter: John SYMONS junr to Sir C. H. "instructions at Falmouth".

[no title]  HH/13/154  16th November 1803

Contents:
Letter: D. VERCCE to Sir C. H.: saying he has only received £115 since being made a freeman "understand it as a mistake". Also covering note with application from Henry PARDEW for superannuation from Navy Board.

[no title]  HH/13/155  10th December 1803

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.L want of hands forces them to "abandon the idea of establishing the serge trade to that extent we intended"...... "matters are peaceable in the Borrough only a New Years gift is expected".

[no title]  HH/13/156  21st February 1804

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir C. H. "disagreeable state of his Magestie's health" prompts the letter: requests advice: Samuel CROGGON and Thomas HAM under "necessity of answering the demands of an attorney or possibly to go to prison in less than a fortnight".

[no title]  HH/13/157  6th March 1804

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: ref C.H's instructions as to mill.

[no title]  HH/13/158  17th March 1804

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: extent of building "from Mr. Symons mill wheel to the grist mill wheel...... the front of the house to face the bridge" - 3 or 4 stories high.

[no title]  HH/13/159  25th March 1804

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir C. H.L Samuel CROGGON and Thomas HAM - if money not paid immediately will go to prison.

[no title]  HH/13/160  7th April 1804

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H. Samuel CROGGON'S arrest imminent for £10 or £12. Joseph DEVONSHIRE displeased - £30 for him?
Has purchased premises at Horrabridge.

[no title]  HH/13/161  c 1804

Contents:
Letter: John SYMONS to Sir C. H. "They Croggons family was much alarmed a few days before I came down the old Samy hung himself, very fortunate his wife found him in time before he was quite dead" - financial embarrasment. John Brown, a new vote, looking for tide-waiter's place - Thomas Harris, on board HMS Lark seems reconciled but would appreciate carpenter's warrant.

[no title]  HH/13/162  9th May 1804

Contents:
Letter: John SYMONS to Sir C. H. "a sullen silence at present in Grampound, Tregony - wish it were possible to make Middlecoat your friend.

[no title]  HH/13/163  31st May 1804

Contents:
Letter: S. HOYTE to Sir C. H. short of money after buying and stocking the mills at Horrabridge. Asks for advice on conditions of lease.

[no title]  HH/13/164  24th June 1804

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H. expected £50, had not materialised. Would not canvass of borough be good idea.

[no title]  HH/13/165  7th July 1804

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Sir C. H. thanks for offer of tide-waiter's place in Port of London: John COOKE to take it: wishes C. H. had acted otherwise with William HORE, now forced to sell packs of wool at Exeter for any price he can get.

[no title]  HH/13/166  9th July 1804

Contents:
Letter: John SYMONS to Sir C. H.: been at Treasury ref; tidewaiter's place for J. COOKE: answer unsatisfactory.

[no title]  HH/13/167  16th July 1804

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H. taking down front wall of his house: Things quiet in Grampound "I think the men attend to their imployments with more diligence than usual".

[no title]  HH/13/168  18th July 1804

Contents:
Letter: Edward LUKE to Sir C. H.: asks for another tidewaiter's place in Port of London seeing that his brother-in-law J. COOKE is having one.

[no title]  HH/13/169  19th November 1804

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HOYTE to Sir C. H.: mill wheel needs replacement: Philip LUKE not disposed to accept tide-waiter's place at Scilly.

[no title]  HH/13/170  29th January 1805

Contents:
Letter: Jo. DEVONSHIRE to Sir C. H. expected settlement to have been made sooner "the magistrates say cash is very short with them and dont know how to manage".

[no title]  HH/13/171  7th March 1805

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H.: hopes for settlement of differences between Mr. Hoyte and C. H. over premises. Matthias Watts "intends to see London soon" - would appreciate gardening job in London or labourer in Deptford Dockyard. (similarly with his cousin George Watts).

[no title]  HH/13/172  11th March 1805

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HOYTE to Sir C.H.: solicits influence with minister in taking off 4% impost on woollen goods or recommending East India Company to take off stock in hand. Mr. Chilcott paid me £20 towards the mayoralty expences... the remainder which I believe is £22...... at this time is particularly wanted".

[no title]  HH/13/173  20th January 1806

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H. "there is mischife in vew and requires a good look out on your side".

[no title]  HH/13/174  5th February 1806

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H. Pitt's death "freemen seemed much elated with the thoughts of a speedy dissolution".

[no title]  HH/13/175  24th February 1806

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H. £10 received from Chilcott for use of poor. Mr. Hoyte's "life appears very precarious". Trenouth needs new mill wheel.

[no title]  HH/13/176  6th March 1806

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C.H. "if you mean to prevail the utmost despatch and exertions must be used".

[no title]  HH/13/177  17th March 1806

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C.H.: F. Nancarrow sore at not having received a little assistance: George HOYTE to serve in sheriff's troop.

[no title]  HH/13/178  16th September 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT (propr. of Holt Spa, Wilts.) - to Sir C.H.: has some paper about Grampound: confidential: compensation.

[no title]  HH/13/179  27th September 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT to - Edwards (of Hayle) referred by Sir. C.H. with draft reply from - Edwards - missed him.

[no title]  HH/13/180  27th September 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT to - Edwards - making appointment with draft reply from - Edwards.

[no title]  HH/13/181  1st October 1806

Contents:
Letter: Edwards to Sir C. H.: ref. Arnot's papers: values them at £300.

[no title]  HH/13/182  2nd October 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT to Sir C. H.: outline of the business.

[no title]  HH/13/183  10th October 1806

Contents:
Letter: D.Arnot to Sir C. H.: leaves question of remuneration to Mr. Edwards representation.

[no title]  HH/13/184  19th October 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT to J. EDWARDS: remuneration.

[no title]  HH/13/185  21st October 1806

Contents:
Letter: J. SYMONS to Sir C. H.: "William Bennett inclined to support your interest".

[no title]  HH/13/186  31st October 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT to J. Edwards (What's happening?)

[no title]  HH/13/187  1806

Contents:
Bill: expenses - 42 dinners etc. Total £54.19.4. Dolphin.

[no title]  HH/13/188  18/10/1806

Contents:
Bill: Sir C. H. dr. to Francis Brown £19.7.6.

[no title]  HH/13/189  5/11/1806

Contents:
Bill: Sir C. H. dr. to Francis Brown £51.8.3.

[no title]  HH/13/190  6/11/1806

Contents:
Bill: Sir C. H. dr. to Francis Brown £10.19.11.

[no title]  HH/13/191  20th November 1806

Contents:
Letter: Thomas and William CROGGON to Sir C. H.L asks favour of help in securing R.N. promotion for Lt. Edward Scobell, brother of Mr. Cunnack of Penzance.

[no title]  HH/13/192  25th November 1806

Contents:
Letter: D. ARNOT to J. EDWARDS: unless claim paid will show papers to Committee sitting on Tregony election.

[no title]  HH/13/193  4th December 1806

Contents:
Letter: Thomas and William CROGGON to Sir C.H.: repeat request.

[no title]  HH/13/194  5th December 1806

Contents:
Letter: John and Eleanor CROGGON to Sir C. H.: seeking other employment from son who suffers (on his father's side) from piles.

[no title]  HH/13/195  12th December 1806

Contents:
Letter: Thomas and William CROGGON: Lieut. Edward SCOBELL will wait on C. H.

[no title]  HH/13/196  13th January 1807

Contents:
Letter: Thomas and William CROGGON: Lt. Scobell received received appointment.

[no title]  HH/13/197  10th March 1807

Contents:
Letter: Thomas Pethrick to Sir C. H.: two years since his appointment to Scilly - but waiting on a berth: the Croggons solicitations useless.

[no title]  HH/13/198  31st March 1807

Contents:
Letter: Edward COODE to Sir C. H.: Grampound business: wishes C. H. had been down to Trewithen.

[no title]  HH/13/199  31st May 1807

Contents:
Letter: William SYMONS to Mr. COODE: intends to hold Grampound court on April 2nd.

[no title]  HH/13/200  1st April 1807

Contents:
Letter: William Edward DILLON to Sir C. H.: William Symons and Co. appointed new burgesses at Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/201  c1807

Contents:
Letter: John BROWN to Sir C. H.: report on recent proceedings "I hope your Honour will guard against those that is your open enemies".

[no title]  HH/13/202  3rd April 1807

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H.: report on court: elected two.

[no title]  HH/13/203  3rd April 1807

Contents:
Letter: Jno. DEVONSHIRE to Sir C. H.: another report on recent court. "I think you have been used ill by Penryn people": requests small note as business slack and employment scarce

[no title]  HH/13/204  18th April 1807

Contents:
Letter: Edw. DILLON to Sir C. H.: another election.

[no title]  HH/13/205  25th April 1807

Contents:
Letter: Thomas DECCOMBE to Sir C. H.: Partner bankrupt: need for £200 a week until drafts met.
Endorsed by George MOORE, Wm. Edward DILLON, John CROGGON and William SYMONS to effect that assistance to "preserve so worthy a man from inevitable ruin as a favour done to themselves".

[no title]  HH/13/206  28th April 1807

Contents:
Letter: John BROWN to Sir C. H.: "things is very unpleasant here now" advises him to write letter to magistrates asking them to be more friendly to men.

[no title]  HH/13/207  12th June 1807

Contents:
Letter: Eleanor CROGGON to Sir C. H.: George HOYTE and Mary Vercoe getting married - question of accommodation.

[no title]  HH/13/208  16th June 1807

Contents:
Letter: John Croggon, Wm. Symons, David Vercoe, George Hoyte and William Bennett to Sir C. H.: learn with dislike of his intentions to proceed against opponents on charge of bribery - acting without consulting the magistrates. "if you act in the business before mentioned in direct opposition to their sentiments you are no longer to consider them as your friends".

[no title]  HH/13/209  14th March 1808

Contents:
Letter. T. CROGGON to Sir C. H.: Cochranes arrived: Mr. Middlecoat and Mr. Roberts have been here ever since the 7th. I have repeatedly urged them to procure the needful and use it discreetly but they have neglected to do it...... I consider the day is lost for want of decision and energy".

[no title]  HH/13/210  March 1808

Contents:
Swan Tavern London: bill for witnesses' expenses (3)

[no title]  HH/13/211  1808

Contents:
Chambermaid's bill "Tresons Hotel" (2)

[no title]  HH/13/212  May 1808

Contents:
Swan Tavern bill (3)

[no title]  HH/13/213  1808

Contents:
Barbering bills (London) (3)

[no title]  HH/13/214  1808

Contents:
Boot-cleaning (London)

[no title]  HH/13/215  1 Oct 1808

Contents:
Bill (receipted): (i) Richard Body (ii) Sir Christopher Hawkins
Expenses for freeman etc. Borough of Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/216  5th March 1808

Contents:
Letter: T. CROGGON to Sir C. H.: (Mr. Middlecoat): state of Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/217  27th May 1808

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: Brown said "he would much rather be a magestrate than accept of a place because he should then be able to get 100 when he wanted it"...... W. H. as entitled to it.

[no title]  HH/13/218  17th June 1808

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "party are much disappointed by Pomery's arrival without the needful, only a present for the whomen of £12.10s. each.

[no title]  HH/13/219  12th November 1808

Contents:
Letter: James BROWN to Sir C. H.: two writs against him and unable to pay: asks assistance.

[no title]  HH/13/220  5th March 1809

Contents:
Letter: John TEED to Sir C. H.: hurt at suggestion that any of his measures injured C. H.'s interests.

[no title]  HH/13/221  8th April 1809

Contents:
Letter: Anonymous (from Little Britain) - C. Trelawney Bereton late M.P. for Mitchell. Cochranes paying man at Deptford £5 a month.

[no title]  HH/13/222  16th April 1809

Contents:
Letter: Joseph DEVONSHIRE - Sir C.H.: not had what was promised him at Trewithen.

[no title]  HH/13/223  19th April 1809

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: tenancies in Grampound: asks place for Scottish friend.

[no title]  HH/13/224  4th May 1809

Contents:
Letter: K. Middlecoat to Sir C. H.: Wm. Symons no friend: determined to bring in Teed.

[no title]  HH/13/225  8th May 1809

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: general borough news.

[no title]  HH/13/226  15th May 1809

Contents:
Letter: Samuel GROGGON to Sir C. H.: asks for answer about the wood he wants for barking.

[no title]  HH/13/227  6th June 1809

Contents:
Letter: David VERCOE to Sir C. H.: Mr. Henwood declining business: would be very advantageous to D. V. asks for loan.

[no title]  HH/13/228  14th June 1809

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "the corrupt practises of such unprincipled persons as some that are in Crampound whose object is nothing more then to fill their pockets even if they ruin their neighbour".

[no title]  HH/13/229  29th June 1809

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: general borough news.

[no title]  HH/13/230  29th July 1809

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: purchase of premises in Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/231  11th August 1809

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H.: "Pomery is so detested by the party on account of forcing shop-trash instead of money on them".

[no title]  HH/13/232  10th October 1809

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "anxiously desire your presence".

[no title]  HH/13/233  19th March 1810

Contents:
Letter: Jno. BROWN to Sir C. H.: Rashleigh and Coode canvassed the borough. "some of the freemen went at Mr. Goyen's and from thence to Mr. Boddy's and huzza'd etc."

[no title]  HH/13/234  22nd March 1810

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: canvass: John Brown's violent temper "no £100 draft shall influance me as I shall let Jno. Brown know when an opportunity offers".

[no title]  HH/13/235  3rd April 1810

Contents:
Letter: John COOKE to Sir C. H.: on subject of situation to be procured.

[no title]  HH/13/236  15th April 1810

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: general borough business.

[no title]  HH/13/237  4th June 1810

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C.H.: William Restarick about to leave Crampound "as he could not make the malting answer".

[no title]  HH/13/238  21st May 1811

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: general borough business.

[no title]  HH/13/239  20th August 1811

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "on my return I found there had been a little bustle with the famous Mr. Grant, who had collected some of the voters together, and the wine being served out pretty freely, the number soon increased and they fleeced Mr. Grant out of about £10 worth of wine and punch and he then bade them good-night".

[no title]  HH/13/240  9th May 1812

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C.H.: general borough business.

[no title]  HH/13/241  29th May 1812

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: general borough business. "what is intended to be done for me"?

[no title]  HH/13/242  27th June 1812

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C.H.: general borough business.

[no title]  HH/13/243  9th March 1813

Contents:
Affidavit by John Croggon, Wm. Symons and George Hoyte, aldermen, that they know Bartholomew RICHARDS to have acted as an honest man.

[no title]  HH/13/244  2nd April 1813

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C.H.: "Saturday last when the news came that the members of Helston where seated Mr. Dillon sent Wm. Croggon to Tregony for the drums and fifes to beat through the town on the downfall of Sir C. Hawkins, there have been much prading, careying laurels and flags".

[no title]  HH/13/245  20th May 1813

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "I think they Cochranes are rather mistrustful of David Varcoe and they have urged him to go to London tatry for a compromise and likewise to get their notes out of Teed's hand". general borough affairs.

[no title]  HH/13/246  12th March 1814

Contents:
Letter: Thos. CROGGON to Sir C. H. "circumstances which have lately taken place relative to the Grampound Factory" - Seccombe junr as foreman fully entitled to have 5s. extra per week: no-one but the Seccombes capable of running it.

[no title]  HH/13/247  15th March 1814

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: result of Canvass.
(With result) 34-20.

[no title]  HH/13/248  16th March 1814

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: result of canvass.

[no title]  HH/13/249  8th June 1814

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "whatever assistance I can render (without sacerefiseing all past expectations) to procure the peace of the borough, that have so long been involved in law, strife and revenge, I shall gladly do"..... "can Wm. Ristarick be imployed in your garden or on the farm he and his family are in a starveing condition and it is pitty they should be left to come home on the town".

[no title]  HH/13/249a  6th April 1814

Contents:
Letter: David VERCOE to Sir C. H.: need to establish the young votes.

[no title]  HH/13/250  18th June 1814

Contents:
Letter: Joseph SOWELL to Sir C. H. (from Penryn)Have been to Grampound "Think by a little good management the business might be completed to your satisfaction" Clerks and attornies there. Mr. Robins, a London attorney came in style - post-chaise and four - talks of returning again in interest of Duke of Wellington. Mr. Ore, with the two prosecutors have left Grampound - "for Godsake be careful how you act with these two men".
With copy of letter from G. Anderdon asking if any engagement has been entered into at Grampound: if not, has a friend.

[no title]  HH/13/251  29th June 1814

Contents:
Joseph SOWELL to Sir C. H.: about the PAWLEY family of Penryn, whether possible to get a cousin in R.H.A. discharged from army. Invited Mayor and Corpn. to a glass: Mr. Teed came in, hoped for their support - said he had come down at Mr. Hore's invitation.
Mr. Childs (Liskeard attorney) has canvassed unsuccessfully but intends coming again "as he has engaged all the beds at Goyances and has also had ribbons printed with Maitland of Grampound printed on them". Mr. J. Rowe has canvassed unsuccessfully for alderman Wood.

[no title]  HH/13/252  2nd July 1814

Contents:
Letter: J. SOWELL to Sir C. H.: been two days at Grampound: "Corporation dined at Brownes and Goyances yesterday, I had invitation but declined, but when the dinner was on the table the old Mr. Croggon sent for Mr. Teed to dine with them, he accepted of his invatation and when he entered the room he said to Mr. Hoare 'you will then give me some dinner after all' he also said they were a set of shabby fellows". Teed keeping notes as a threat - said he was completely deceived by the Grampound people. "They are at least a century behind Penryn people for electioneering and they do commit themselves 100 times a day".

[no title]  HH/13/252a  nd

Contents:
Letter: Joseph CHILDS to Sir C. H.: requests suspending all negotiations with regard to Grampound till they meet.

[no title]  HH/13/253  20th February 1815

Contents:
Letter: E. M. COLLETT (from Southwark) to Sir C. H.: about securing appointments for Vercoe and Johns.

[no title]  HH/13/253a  1815

Contents:
Letter: Wm. HORE to Sir C. H. Child's activities: Collett to come in under Sir C. H.'s patronage.

[no title]  HH/13/254  15th July 1815

Contents:
Letter: Joseph SOWELL (from Penryn) to Sir C. H.: Mr. Collett returned at Grampound by great majority 45-5. "The Parsons looked very gloomy, they reported that I had been up several times and gave each vote £30, this they had printed intheir ribbons - out of malice. Mr. Childs, Mr. Montague's solicitor and the Parsons have been pumping the People and endeavouring to get grounds for a petition, but this avails nothing".

[no title]  HH/13/255  21st November 1815

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H. (from London): has seen Sir J. Perring, Sir Manasseh Lopes, Mr. Faucett etc. "It would greive me much to part from you with home I have been so long time acquainted and so very natureall - at present I think myself ill treated but no one can more easily look over any greavince then myself".

[no title]  HH/13/256  27th June 1816

Contents:
Letter: J. SYMONS (from Bermondsey) to Sir C. H.: not having sufficient money to travel down by horse will go down by coach and repay Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/13/257  24th May 1818

Contents:
Letter: D. VERCOE to Sir C. H.: arrested for debt but free till Saturday on condition of repayment then: requests loan. £200 would "free me from all embarassments".

[no title]  HH/13/258  13th July 1818

Contents:
Letter: Thomas WATTS to Sir C. H. (from Sheriffs Ward, Bodmin): can give evidence of receiving £100 "please to pay the postage as I am rather bare of money at this moment".

[no title]  HH/13/259  27th July 1818

Contents:
Letter: D. TOCKER (from Plymouth) to Sir C. H. "Mr. Gurney persists in his prosecution"...... next week at Bodmin - entreats promised pecuniary assistance "Never, perhaps, was conduct more unjust, cruel, vindictive and ungrateful than that of the prosecutor towards myself and family".

[no title]  HH/13/260  4th September 1818

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: went to see William Goyen in the Fleet prison various others in or leaving London. Teeds bringing indictments etc.

[no title]  HH/13/261  13th September 1818

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: account of statements by Burley, Ham etc. as to money they received before election.

[no title]  HH/13/262  19th October 1818

Contents:
Letter: Joseph VENNICOMBE to Sir C. H. "many things I can inform you respecting the said business" - Grampound bribery - "and also about the sum of money agreed on to pay about 36 voters" - particularly Middlecoat's part in the affair.

[no title]  HH/13/263  9th December 1818

Contents:
Letter: John Elliott Fox (for Lamb and Hawke) to Sir C. H.: please send off William Hore on subpoena for Goyen's examination at the Insolvent Debtors' Court - he might obtain important information from him.

[no title]  HH/13/264  16th December 1818

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: succeeded with Mr. Goyen as well as I could desire "I am much affreaid that unless Mr. Teed is assisted in his expenses he will seek it elsewhere".

[no title]  HH/13/265  17th December 1818

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: had told Goyen "the dangerous situation he stood in should he prevaricate or if he endeavoured to hide the £150 he was in danger of being found guilty of purgery and the punishment of the Pilory: he then informed me that if the question was put to him he would declare the truth".

[no title]  HH/13/266  18th March 1819

Contents:
Letter: William HORE (from Exeter) to Sir C. H.: first opportunity after coming from Court. Sir Manasseh Lopes and Allen found guilty.

[no title]  HH/13/267  1st April 1819

Contents:
Letter: John CROGGON to Sir C. H.: Luke brothers say they will be obliged for assistance in criminal prosecutions against them. Thomas Devonshire very penitent "he does not care about voting againe but prays to be if posable saved from separation from his family and expences which he cannot defray". "You will excuse me for mentioning these things but if large families are left to fall as paupers on the Town it will be destructive to property".

[no title]  HH/13/268  1st April 1819

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: indictments - great deal of acrimonious feeling in borough: in interviews with freemen "there was nothing but pure motives and pitying"...... "Isaac Watts is very desperate against me with the grossest abuse with a mob traversing the streets every night".

[no title]  HH/13/269  2nd April 1819

Contents:
Letter: Eldred ROBERTS to Sir C. H.: asks influence with Mr. Teed so that Richard Ham be not called up to receive judgement.

[no title]  HH/13/270  8th April 1819

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: "I wish to inform you that my self and brother are in a very unpleasant situation as we meet with nothing but insults by day and night - and a mob is constabtly paradeing the streets by night without the mayor or any other attemptin to quiet them. There are a number of songs printed to be distributed through the country ridiculeing me and those that belong to me".
"I hope Mr. Teed will have no compassion on Isaac Watts or the Browns"
"P.S. I would not have gone through what I have for the love of any sum of money: it makes me so miserable".

[no title]  HH/13/271  26th April 1819

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H. "I may as well go where I am not known as there is scarce any passing the street for Watts's boys and his wife they so insult me my wife and family".

[no title]  HH/13/272  4th May 1819

Contents:
Letter: Amelia HORE to Sir C. H. - asks him to intercede with Mr. Teed not to act against her mother's brother.

[no title]  HH/13/273  23rd July 1819

Contents:
Letter: William HORE (from London) to Sir C. H.: about Mr. Childs: "I said to him...... you attornies are very clever gentlemen, you in the first place give encouragement to delude the voters and afterwards give evidence against them"...... Mr. Teed excused him an old debt for £139...... short of expense money.

[no title]  HH/13/274  4th October 1819

Contents:
Letter: E.PENNY to Sir C. H.: complains of not being paid his expenses in the affairs of Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/275  11th October 1819

Contents:
Letter: John TEED to Sir C. H.: "I hope in November Middlecoat and the others will receive such a lesson as will teach them and those who remain that ingratitude and duplicity will not protect them from punishment when they so grossly deserve it".

[no title]  HH/13/276  12th January 1820

Contents:
Letter: William ELLIOT (from Bodmin) to Henry SWANN. "vile treatment of Lucy and Lane" - Fowey: "I and my family are even wanting the common necessaries of life, myself being on the county allowance". Penryn not likely to be disfranchised but voting power to be put in £10 freeholder. "O how hard is my fate".

[no title]  HH/13/277  2nd March 1820

Contents:
Letter: Henry TRETHEWEY to Sir C. H.: cannot see any hopes in canvass at Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/277a  24th Mar. 1820

Contents:
Letter: Thomas SECCOMBE to Sir Chris. H.: notice of giving up yarn factory.

[no title]  HH/13/278  8th May 1820

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: rumours of petition against sitting members for Grampound - that he will be called against Sir C. H. Threatened with arrest for money borrowed on Sir C. H's. account. "I never thought I should have been deserted by all".

[no title]  HH/13/279  21st March 1822

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to...... states his exertions on behalf of Sir C. H. and asks for financial help from him. "I also gave one of the evidences as much as he would drink the night before the trial came on, and so in the morning, by which means he was twice ordered out of the box, and his evidence was good for nothing".

[no title]  HH/13/280  2nd May 1822

Contents:
Letter: Benjamin SAMPSON (from Perran Wharf) to Sir C. H.: gunpowder etc. supplied at Pentewan - asks for settlement of account.

[no title]  HH/13/281  c1822

Contents:
Letter: Benjamin SAMPSON (from Perran Wharf) to Sir C. H.: (copy of HH/13/280).

[no title]  HH/13/282  14th May 1822

Contents:
Letter: William HORE junior to Sir C. H. "my education was intended for a situation superior to a labourer in the India House and if you can through your connections get me apprenticed to the Honourable East India Company or a writer my father and family will be for ever indebted to you".

[no title]  HH/13/283  1822

Contents:
Letter: William HORE to Sir C. H.: about remuneration - "Was I only to shew him two of your letters it would convince him that I deserved a handsome salery".

[no title]  HH/13/284  26th August 1828

Contents:
Letter: Thomas PETHERICK to Sir C. H.: railroad iron at Pentewan defective - decided to have nothing to do with them for the mines.

[no title]  HH/13/285  28th August 1828

Contents:
Letter: Joseph Thomas AUSTEN to Sir C. H.: has plans of two new lines of road. Dispute about Pentewan railway track - Austen had hoped to prevent C. H. further loss by using them. at Par carrying on with Canal.

[no title]  HH/13/286  1818

Contents:
Memorandum about proceedings in Grampound "on Mr. Ratcliff's arrival."

[no title]  HH/13/287  1818

Contents:
"Considerations respecting Gr-m-d for Mr. Coch-r-ne. "You are deceived by the baneful advice of an interested pettyfogging attorney and a contemptible unprincipled dissenting Preacher who is despised by every honest man".

[no title]  HH/13/288  c1819

Contents:
Voting count: 14 for Williams and Teed: 13 for the Cockranes.

[no title]  HH/13/289  c1819

Contents:
Account (passed by Mayor of Grampound etc.) of Sir Chris. H. dr. to R. Boddy. Total £415.3.6.
(To be paid by Teed and Sir C. H.)
(15th Feb - 21st August).

[no title]  HH/13/290  3rd June 1819

Contents:
PRINTED. Grampound Bribery Indictment. 1.) Minutes of Evidence.

[no title]  HH/13/291  11th June 1819

Contents:
Printed. Grampound Bribery Indictment. Minutes of evidence 2.

[no title]  HH/13/292  28th June 1819

(2)

Contents:
Printed. Grampound Bribery Indictment. Minutes of evidence 3.

[no title]  HH/13/293  29th June 1819

(2)

Contents:
Printed. Grampound Bribery Indictment. Minutes of evidence 4.

[no title]  HH/13/294  17th January 1821

Contents:
Letter: James BENNETT (from Tregony) to Sir C. H.: set of scoundrels making use of your name - "John Parkin, Jacob Barnicoat and Charles Chalwell, three of the most despicable characters in this place".

[no title]  HH/13/295  15th January 1821

Contents:
Letter: "all your friends and well wishers in Tregony":- asking Sir C. H. to join the old borough again: in possession of 90 men.

[no title]  HH/13/296  5th March 1822

Contents:
Letter: Eldred ROBERTS (from Grampound) to Sir C. H.: advice as to how to act with regard to borough interest in St. Ives.

[no title]  HH/13/297  28th October 1822

Contents:
Letter: Mary HEARLE to Sir C. H.: widow with nine children: asks help in settling two of them. from Tregony.

[no title]  HH/13/298  1823

Contents:
PRINTED: Bill to prevent occasional freeholders from voting in the elections of members to serve in Parliament.

[no title]  HH/13/299  27th April 1827

Contents:
Summary of expences tea drinking to voters wives, daughters and others at St. Ives.

[no title]  HH/13/300  N.d

Contents:
(Draft) Agreement as to mode of election of mayor at Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/301  N.d

Contents:
Memorandum of estimate cost of election at Grampound. "Mr. Wm. Symons proposes or rather understands the agreement to be"...... £7000

[no title]  HH/13/302  18th century

Contents:
Rental of the Borough of Grampound.

[no title]  HH/13/303  nd

Contents:
Memo. of writs at time of election.

ELECTORAL BUSINESS: MITCHELL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/14/1  19th November 1736

Contents:
Receipt given Philip Hawkins by W. DAVIES for "the fair stuffs belonging to the fairs which have been lately held at Mitchell".

[no title]  HH/14/2  24th April 1784

Contents:
Letter: - to Lord Falmouth - report on sessions "where we battled out the appeal against St. Enoder rate". Majority of one over Sir. F.

[no title]  HH/14/3  c1784

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to -: "Mr. Symons and Mr. Retallack are now the most strenuous friends": intends accompanying them to London "a place they are both unacquainted with"...... "I have every reason to suppose that my lord Falmouth's interest united with yours is fully established at Mitchell".

[no title]  HH/14/4  29th May 1784

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to -: Sir Francis Bassett charging C. H. with bribery: "it is requisite to guard against him"; detailed information about individuals in Mitchell, "William Jolly knows about the entertainments given by Sir. F.".

[no title]  HH/14/5  1st June 1784

Contents:
Letter: C. HAWKINS to Mr. Chilcott: witnesses for case -v- Sir F. B. "I beg you will think of conveyances for the witnesses, if you leave it too long, Sir F. will bespeak all the diligences and coaches so you will not be able to get up. I wish you not to lose a moment but consult with Mr. Harris and Rashleigh and bespeak the conveyances proper for the people".

[no title]  HH/14/6  3rd June 1784

Contents:
Letter: C. HAWKINS to Mr. Bamfield: "I trust your nephew's and Mr. Harris's evidence and the proof we shall bring up of Mrs. Kneebone's notorious character will counteract her wicked designes".

[no title]  HH/14/7  c1784

Contents:
Speaker's warrant for attendance of witnesses with covering letter from C. H. to Mr. Harris.

[no title]  HH/14/8  24th June 1784

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD (from Exeter) to C. H.: all returned to Mitchell except three going in his company: expense made in necessary to draw bill "sure it would give Mr. Tremeain great joy and he beleived almost every good person for Sir F. B. to be so disappointed in what he called his own Borough".

[no title]  HH/14/9  24th June 1784

Contents:
Letter: G. H. CHILCOTT to C. H.: congratualtions: rate declared at Newlyn a most extraordinary one - Paynter added five new names, left off some of our friends.

[no title]  HH/14/10  c1784

Contents:
Letter: William HOCKER to C. H.: Treweeke - "the deluded wretch returned last even-time enough, it seems, to see himself burnt in effigy, which Mr. Retallack desires me to inform you of".
"Tho' we all know you can, better than most, bear this expensive business".

[no title]  HH/14/11  N.D

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to C. H.: about various manoevres in Mitchell and Newlyn rate.

[no title]  HH/14/12  26th June 1784

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMPFIELD to C. H.: appeal against Newlyn rate: Sir F. B. will apply to all justices - hopes he will be at Lostwithiel the 15th July "wish as many of your friends as will counterballance his schemes".

[no title]  HH/14/13  26th June 1784

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to C. H.: friends at Mitchell well and in high spirits. comments on rates.

[no title]  HH/14/14  28th June 1784

Contents:
Letter: C. H. Chilcot to C. H.: only 6 guineas lent to voters "after I received your letter not to lend money to the voters but in small sums".

[no title]  HH/14/15  1st July 1784

Contents:
Letter: William HOCKER to C. H. "not long before the election, Mr. Paynter, judging that Parks could not continue the business at the tavern, had a consultation with some of his friends about a proper successor whenever the vacancy should happen - the result of which was that your now firm friend Julyan was fixed upon for the purpose, the matter, I believe was communicated to him, and every step taken to detach him from Lord Falmouth's interest, however, things now take another turn - Parks is again patched up, tho' if what I hear be true, but for a short time and Julyan, by acting the part of an honest, as well as grateful man, in your election, has drawn on him the resentment of Messrs. Paynter, Prater etc.".
Consult with Lord Falmouth - possible to negotiate with Lord Corke, the owner of the house. "Should the business of that house be well carried on, situated as it is, I have no doubt but it would be half employ for a smith, and another friend might be secured as an hostler, all of whom, in the late election, you, good Sir, know, were deadly foes".
Recent entertainment - windows "suffered pretty much".

[no title]  HH/14/16  3rd July 1784

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H. report that Mr. Howel is vacating his seat. Supper at Parks' this evening, other house next week, given by other party.

[no title]  HH/14/17  3rd July 1784

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to C. H. declaration against Mr. Bamfield, received.

[no title]  HH/14/18  July 1784

Contents:
Copy of appeal against Newlyn rate by inhabitants of Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/14/19  N.D

Contents:
Memo: "witnesses to be carried to London".

[no title]  HH/14/20  1784-6

Contents:
Money distributed to the voters at Mitchell. (entered individually under voters' names)

[no title]  HH/14/21  1784-5

Contents:
"Disbursements on Mitchell Affairs". Total £2952.11.0.
Includes - Peter Henwood for ribbonds £38.11.5.
1784 John Martin for ribbonds 7. 8.11.
22nd Mar. pd. Jno. Julian on account of his bill 10.10. 0
26th Mar. pd. Jno Julian in further part of his bill 74. 1.0
10th May pd. Jno. Julian in further part of his bill 12. 0. 0
8th June pd. Jno. Julian in further part of his bill 30.10. 0
13th July pd. Jno. Julian in further part of his bill of expenses at the election etc. 50. 0. 0
pd. Jno. Julian for expenses of this day 10.10. 0
7th Dec. pd. Jno Julian in further part of his bill of expenses at the election. 50. 0. 0
12th Mar. pd. Jn Julian on account of his election bill. 50. 0. 0
To be paid John Julian balance of election bill 108.12.4.
£396. 3.4.

[no title]  HH/14/22  15th January 1785

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to C. H.: "too many justices agin us" at Newlyn rate appeal. "expenses of our friends at Lostwithiel, being from home two days, amounted to £12.1.0."

[no title]  HH/14/23  3rd February 1785

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H.: detailed information as to proceedings in Mitchell: "The lands of Sir Francis, of which Lord Falmouth has part of the lease is about to be, or threatened to be, dug up under pretence of digging mines" ......" if Sir Francis fails at Penryn it is the opinion of most people here that he will try to get in for Mitchell, if he does not get in here he will, of consequence, be out of the House, I hope measures will be taken to keep him out, tho' it will be attended with great expense". "since I wrote the above I hear that Jack Julyan's bills are not paid by Mr. Chilcot as he expected, at which he appears very uneasy. Mr. Retallack seems a little disturbed about it, I believe Jack is rather distressed for money at this time".

[no title]  HH/14/24  10th February 1785

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H.: "some murmurs have arisen about the last distribution which is that the new votes are made equal with the old ones, as a thing never before practised".

[no title]  HH/14/25  25th February 1785

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H.: Edward Bennett gone over to other party:- "Sir F. B., Mr. Donithorne and Mr. Warren of Truro has influenced every person they can command to buy their meat of him".

[no title]  HH/14/26  28th February 1785

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.:- had Bennett gone over.

[no title]  HH/14/27  7th March 1785

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H.: general borough business.

[no title]  HH/14/28  12th March 1785

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD to C. H.: churchwardens and officers for Newlyn (with draft reply).

[no title]  HH/14/29  12th March 1785

Contents:
Letter: John HARRIS to C. H.: Newlyn business at St. Columb.

[no title]  HH/14/30  14th March 1785

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: churchwardens of Newlyn.

[no title]  HH/14/31  5th June 1785

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H.: Mr. Paynter "has settled most of the money matters and made some that were not allowed votes equal with old friends £70 - I hear is the sum".

[no title]  HH/14/32  17th August 1785

Contents:
Letter: Charles RASHLEIGH to C. H. "when I have the pleasure to see you we will chat a little on Mitchell affairs".

[no title]  HH/14/33  c1785

Contents:
Memo. of "sundry sums of money paid on account of Mr. Bamfield". £321.8.10. from April 1784 to June 1785.

[no title]  HH/14/34  15th December 1785

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to C. H.: Mr. Nicholas Mitchell complains of not having received acknowledgment for his services at Mitchell: please send him order for 50 gns.

[no title]  HH/14/35  1785-6

Contents:
Memo: "Mitchell: money paid to votes" (Total 1234.12.6.)

[no title]  HH/14/36  1785-6

Contents:
Memo: "Mitchell: money paid to votes (Total 1234.12.6.)

[no title]  HH/14/37  1785-6

Contents:
Book "Memorandum of money distributed to the votes". and to overseers of the poor, others likely to become votes: Memorandum of law cost paid and to be paid. Disbursements on Mitchell affairs from 1784. (Total 3581.9.3.)

[no title]  HH/14/38  9th June 1786

Contents:
Letter: William CURGENVEN to C. H.: Wm. Jolly "in case he is not dealt with soon according to his expectation he shall think himself used ill - he continues rather violent and I am afraid you will have some trouble with him before the matter be settled" --- "It gives me great pleasure to hear Sir Francis means to act amicably with you at Mitchell, it will certainly save much trouble and expence".

[no title]  HH/14/39  12th September 1786

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD (from Marazion) to Lord Falmouth's agent Wm. Curgenven. "You was so obliging as to inform my nephew Mr. Hawkins that I wished him soon to settle myself and nephew for our trouble and expences before, at, and after his election, having herd no thing of this business, I fear you had not an oppertunity ---- I feel myself much neglected.

[no title]  HH/14/40  14th September 1786

Contents:
Letter: William CURGENVEN to C. H.: covering note with HH/14/39

[no title]  HH/14/41  4th December 1786

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD to Lord Falmouth: 2½ years elapsed since election of Mr. Hawkins for Mitchell "without Mr. H's making myself or nephew the least satisfaction for our loss of time and fatigue and the expenses in my house" --- Mr. Hawkins making excuses.

[no title]  HH/14/42  1784-6

Contents:
Account: Mr. MARK SYMONS

[no title]  HH/14/43  16th March 1787

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD to Lord Falmouth: repeats request of "the expences in my house was very great exclusive of what come from the inn". HH/14/41

[no title]  HH/14/44  25th March 1787

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD to Lord Falmouth: young Mr. Basset asking for the St. Enoder poor rate-book.

[no title]  HH/14/45  7th April 1787

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to C.H.: enclosing Bamfield's letters: "a troublesome gentleman" --- "you may just do as you please with regard to him or them: for I own I understand as little as I care about the matter".

[no title]  HH/14/46  3rd June 1787

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to C. H.: father-in-law will sell new house to C.H.: would have been better advised to sell during last election.

[no title]  HH/14/47  25th September 1787

Contents:
Letter: Daniel BAMFIELD junior to R. GULLY - uncle will part with house on easy terms.

[no title]  HH/14/48  30th September 1787

Contents:
Letter: (copy) R. GULLY to D. BAMFIELD junior: needs £300-350 to complete house etc.

[no title]  HH/14/49  30th September 1787

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to C. H.: objects to James Jolly as "not an indifferent person to settle yearly value of estates in Newlyn".

[no title]  HH/14/50  17th October 1787

Contents:
Letter: Daniel BAMFIELD junior to R. GULLY: asks him to make an offer but uncle thinking it would be more convenient to retain until next election.

[no title]  HH/14/51  24th October 1787

Contents:
Letter: R. GULLY to Daniel BAMFIELD junior - offers £450 for assignment of "his great house" in Mitchell "which when finished and made quite compleat will never let for more than twenty pounds a year".

[no title]  HH/14/52  24th October 1787

Contents:
Letter: R. GULLY to C.H.: encloses Bamfield's and his own letters: if offer accepted asks C.H. to take great care of loose materials on the premises "as I know the caracters of the people I am in treaty with" --- "I hope you will pardon me for being a little mistrustfull of mankind". Sir F.B's agents - "have ever been tampering with your friends" --- "as for that villan Prynn I most sincerely wish him in the bottomless pitt and Robarts soon to follow". Would it be of advantage to purchase from old Bamfield "before he goes hence never to return" Mitchell fairs? "It gives me pleasure that I have made so good and steady a friend as Wentworth who possesses such vast property in those parishes and county of Cornwall, and whenever he comes he makes the friends of the Baronet tremble and ransacks their sadles, horses and even the little milch cow does not escape his eye".

[no title]  HH/14/53  30th October 1787

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD junior to R. GULLY: uncle asks £550 for house and materials.

[no title]  HH/14/54  10th November 1787

Contents:
Letter: R. GULLY to C.H.:- if I purchase house you can have a reassignment when you please.
"I most sincerely wish my lay in any other parish rather than those of Newlyn or Saint Enoder".

[no title]  HH/14/55  10th November 1787

Contents:
Letter (copy) R. GULLY to D. BAMFIELD junior: repeats offer of £450.

[no title]  HH/14/56  13th November 1787

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD junior to R. GULLY: accepts offer.

[no title]  HH/14/57  16th November 1787

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD senior to R. GULLY: covering letter with the deed of assignment.

[no title]  HH/14/58  16th November 1787

Contents:
Letter: R. GULLY to C.H.: asks for cheque "otherwise it will be an effectuall means of putting an end to what I have done for you".

[no title]  HH/14/59  27th November 1787

Contents:
Letter: Daniel BAMFIELD to R. GULLY: if deeds have not arrived ask at G.P.O.: "I would by no means wish my uncle to dispose of Mitchell Fairs as of late he have mett with very cavalier treatment from persons who in justice ought to behave to him and his family very different (of the propriety of this remark time will evince).

[no title]  HH/14/60  11th January 1788

Contents:
Letter: E. PARKER to: covering letter with bill for £11.3.4. "what I laid out on the election account" - had been charged to the Bamfields whom she thought paid "their present circumstances and disgraceful dismission from their several offices".

[no title]  HH/14/61  22nd January 1788

Contents:
Letter: Francis BASSET to C.H.: "if there is any thing unsettled with regard to Lord Falmouth's interest and mine in the Borough of Mitchell it certainly is right that it should no longer remain so".

[no title]  HH/14/62  2nd February 1788

Contents:
Letter: William CURGENVEN to C.H.: Daniel Bamfield junior going to London over his dismissal: deserves some compensation for his trouble and expenses.

[no title]  HH/14/63  20th February 1788

Contents:
Letter: Francis to C. H. what do with the house? malt-house and dwelling or just dwelling?
"The talk here is with the people that an election is forthcoming which I pay little or no attention to".

[no title]  HH/14/64  1st April 1788

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD to C.H.: St. Enoder rate unjust: attempt to deprive brother of franchise "however I think my uncle and brother will find no difficulty in adjusting this business and at a future day I hope they'll be able to distinguish their friends".
Uncle and family - "I confess for a long time I've been induced to believe that you were not very friendly towards them".

[no title]  HH/14/65  2nd April 1788

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C.H.: conversion of house - "as to a cloth manufactory I think it is in a wrong country had it been 70 or 80 miles further to the east it might have answered very well but think it will not here" Newlyn and St. Enoder rates.
Retallack's son - C.H. advised accounts and book-keeping - will therefore leave off navigation.

[no title]  HH/14/66  28th April 1788

Contents:
Letter: Luke HENWOOD to C.H. building work at Trewithen.

[no title]  HH/14/67  5th May 1788

Contents:
Letter: Luke HENWOOD to C.H.: building work at Trewithen

[no title]  HH/14/68  10th November 1788

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C.H.: son new seventeen: does not want him on list for Navy "if nothing can be done I shall put him an apprentice to some business or other that he is most capable of in our country".

[no title]  HH/14/69  N.d

Contents:
Letter: James TOMES to John NANCARROW: asks his help in securing job as labourer at Dockyard.

[no title]  HH/14/70  20th January 1789

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C.H. weather been hard - will advance 2gns. to 2, 3 or 5 of your friends: old Frank Jolly wants 4 or 5 gns in order to pay his tithe and smith's bill.

[no title]  HH/14/71  23rd March 1789

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C.H.: asks for something to be done for son leaving school at Easter.

[no title]  HH/14/72  22nd April 1789

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C.H.: St. Enoder rate made without advice they had sought: "we was left like sheep without a shepard".

[no title]  HH/14/73  21st September 1789

Contents:
Letter: D. BAMFIELD to C. H.: complaining of treatment: nothing more received than the £10 I had of you in town.

[no title]  HH/14/74  22nd November 1789

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C.H.: son feels ill-used but would take appointment as sorter.

[no title]  HH/14/75  20th December 1789

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to C.H. "will allow such repairs as you may think reasonable".

[no title]  HH/14/76  12th January 1790

Contents:
Letter: G. H. CHILCOTT to C. H.: ref. Mark Symons' tenement in Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/14/77  14th February 1790

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: "happy to hear my son was well and that he was pleased in his situation, however I cannot say that I am so" - will be easy when he has his appointment.

[no title]  HH/14/78  21st February 1790

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: advises buying Samuel Symon's estate. Glad to hear of son's appointment.

[no title]  HH/14/79  28th February 1790

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: son's position still not resolved.

[no title]  HH/14/80  29th March 1790

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: Symons' fields bought at survey - if only to keep Jolly out.

[no title]  HH/14/81  18th June 1790

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to C. H.: surprised at fixing election day: he will not be able to attend because of Truro on the Monday.

[no title]  HH/14/82  21st June 1790

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to C. H. "I cannot help admiring the stupidity of Mr. Paynter (not to make use of a harsher phrase) in appointing today for the Mitchell election knowing (which your letter informs me he did) that the Truro one was appointed for today and giving such a vile excuse for it. At a place where all is concord I see no crying sin a peer's being at an election".
Mr. Paynter's conduct "is ill calculated to preserve harmony between his master and myself".

[no title]  HH/14/83  11th March 1793

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H. "place of assistant searcher and surveyor of the salts at the port of Penzance is become vacant": solicits it for son Frank.

[no title]  HH/14/84  28th March 1793

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: place at Penzance disposed of: asks C. H. to interfere in the matter.

[no title]  HH/14/85  14th September 1793

Contents:
Letter: Francis BASSET to C. H.: dispute as to mutual rights Rejerra Common.

[no title]  HH/14/86  29th July 1795

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK junr. to C. H.: "all I can find out is that two travellers were there at Parks and offered £10,000 for a member in this place as some of the lower part of the town were there drunk (not I'm certain Sir Christr. any friends of yours) but I believe its generally the case with these kind of folks to be jesting etc.: I believe there is several in the place that is of the lower party that would catch at any such thing if they could; and what many of them has said they want to have something doing here as well as other places such as open house etc. as they are fond of passing their time in that way and which I believe is the greatest foundation for this report".

[no title]  HH/14/87  1796

Contents:
Mitchell: Voters and payments to them.

[no title]  HH/14/88  1st January 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to: states opinion that "we cannot have a rate to suit us better than the present existing one".

[no title]  HH/14/89  1st January 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to: about Mitchell rate: "tomorrow I hope to meet you at the time appointed and I trust we shall not find any very formidable opposition to encounter".

[no title]  HH/14/90  4th January 1796

Contents:
Canvassing paper (2)

[no title]  HH/14/91  13th January 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to: "I heard from Sir F. Basset, who expresses much displeasure at Lord Eliot's attack on the borough of Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/14/92  26th January 1796

Contents:
(Copy) Letter: Lord Falmouth to William CURGENVEN: expresses intention "to keep up to the utmost my interest in the borough, in conjunction with Sir F. Basset, and that Sir C. Hawkins comes in as my member and never has nor never will consider himself as upon any other footing. The pretence therefore of the opponents that their attack is levelled against Sir C. H. alone and not against Sir Francis and me is totally ridiculous and unfounded"......

[no title]  HH/14/93  28th January 1796

Contents:
Letter: William Curgenven to Sir C. H.: with Mr. Paynter "we agreed to get such of the electors as were at home to assemble at Parks's. I then read them the letter in presence of Mr. Paynter, which seemed to have a good effect, and they unanimously said they would support the joint interest of Sir F. B. and Lord Falmouth on condition that no resentment be shewn hereafter to such of them as were active in encouraging the late opposition"...... (gives copy as HH/14/92)

[no title]  HH/14/94  28th January 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to Sir C. H.: incident of reading letter reported "which they publickly confirmed with three cheers before the door at Julyans and Parks's, and upon the whole I never saw them in more compleat good humor". Jolly "an enemy to all conciliatory measures". "I fancy when Mr. Curgenven was at Mitchell something was drank on the occasion but I believe it could be nothing of consequence. When I last had the pleasure of meeting you there I paid off all bills and forbad the delivery of any more liquor".

[no title]  HH/14/95  18th February 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: "I was at the Indian Queens as you desired"...... "a letter was brought to town by Mr. Clutterbuck's clerk...... which gave the greatest rejoicing to the Club Party that ever was known in town since the last opposition: they walked constantly from one end of the town to the other huzzaing (with the Bell before them) for Ld. Elliot and Ld. Falmouth and which I have since found to be a frictious letter from Mr. Coffin saying that Ld. Elliot and Ld. Falmouth was perfectly agreed and your Honour entirely left the place etc.: our friends were very much afraid about it and some of their party trying every method to get over two or three with them"...... reassured them, spent 2 gns on them "but I verily believe the club party's bill must be £20 for the wine flew round like water. I never saw such havock in my life.

[no title]  HH/14/96  27th February 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H. "the Club appears cast down and J. Nancarrow abused J. Courteny to me this morning very much but they are now drinking again at a furious rate" - "our party (tho' small) are all in great spirits.

[no title]  HH/14/97  5th March 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H. Daniel BAMFIELD means to reside at Mitchell "to try to do something for himself"...... "I believe Mr. Rashleigh and Mr. Paynter mean to come over the beginning of the week and stop all drinking.

[no title]  HH/14/98  8th May 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis PAYNTER to: has to be away "I hope however, after what has already happened at Mitchell Mr. Barwell will give us no further trouble there; and I do not think we have reason to expect an attack from any other quarter".

[no title]  HH/14/99  10th May 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: borough news.

[no title]  HH/14/100  1st November 1796

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: Tremayne of Heligan sworn a mesne lord.

[no title]  HH/14/101  3rd December 1796

Contents:
Letter: C. BAMFIELD to: Sir Christopher should procure him some post: purser: lieutenancy in regiment of tinners?

[no title]  HH/14/102  1797

Contents:
Rental: mesne and conventionary tenants Mitchell

[no title]  HH/14/103  28th February 1797

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: Summercourt fair, not public-house, to be disposed of: Huddy the innkeeper and owner of the fairs told me that they had turned in £40 per annum and that he had been offered 350 guineas for them and his price 400.

[no title]  HH/14/104  18th April 1797

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: greyhound bitch wandered home.

[no title]  HH/14/105  22nd May 1797

Contents:
Letter: Thomas COURTENAY and Ezekiel NICHOLLS to Sir C. H.: as to what had been proposed at Parks's: what we proposed was £120 each man and 15 gns each woman: this you (through Mr. Paynter) agreed, plus £300 more among 6 old votes: nothing heard of the £50 each from the last.

[no title]  HH/14/106  9th February 1798

Contents:
Memorandums at Mitchell: i.e. as to ability of certain people to pay rent and rates.

[no title]  HH/14/107  3rd September 1798

Contents:
Memorandum as to best policy to be followed in Mitchell: to reduce the number of the tenements not under leases for lives to eight distinct farms: that eight houses of the best description be attached to such farms and that a suitable number of the cottages be converted to stables etc. names the houses: "one inn will be necessary to be retained for the convenience of the borough, as well as for the accommodation of the publick, and that the Feathers Inn now occupied by William Parks is best adapted to that purpose".
Under covering letter from Francis Paynter explaining that the memo. was the minutes of a recent meeting.
"As Parks is to quit we ought I think to advertise the inn and I suppose a new tenant will hardly enter upon it earlier than Lady day or Christmas at the soonest - In the mean time the house must inevitably suffer by remaining in a vacant state. If therefore we could think of any method with safety to the interest to continue Parks till we have a new tenant ready to second him, I think it might be a means of keeping the custom for the next comer and would preserve the house in a state of decency".

[no title]  HH/14/108  1804-7

Contents:
Account: Sir C. H.: with Charles Rashleigh on Mitchell (2)

[no title]  HH/14/109  October 1808

Contents:
Memo (Copy): Agreement to unite interest on Mitchell

[no title]  HH/14/110  7th March 1800

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: state of various tenants and their holdings.

[no title]  HH/14/111  22nd March 1800

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: as in HH/14/110.

[no title]  HH/14/112  1801

Contents:
Memo: names rated for the borough of Mitchell at Easter.

[no title]  HH/14/113  23rd June 1802

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: declines allowing Mr. Curgenven to assist Sir Christopher in canvassing borough of Tregony

[no title]  HH/14/114  16 July 1802

Contents:
Letter: William JOLLY to Sir C. H.: statement of facts "so as to exculpate myself from the foul imputation of treachery and ingratitude, and clearly point out to you who were your base enemies on the occasion". Bamfield accosted Jolly saying he had been offered a thousand pounds for some of the voters in Mitchell "but at the same time said he would gladly take if it was but five hundred and did not care if the town was in flames".
Parks told Jolly and Staples he could secure them £800 each but then said "as you are the two oldest votes in town...... you ought to endeavour to make some agreement with Sir Christopher for a price and not defer it till the last hour".
Doctor Doble - "this is the time to do for our families: there will be large money given."

[no title]  HH/14/115  31st July 1802

Contents:
Memo. of Swine's tenement in Mitchell - tenant, Peter Staple.

[no title]  HH/14/116  7th February 1803

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: a thousand pities if we...... should have any disputes about custom-house patronage: since Pitt, Lord Falmouth claims to have had exclusive right of presenting within the port of Penzance...... "for God's sake do not let us run counter to one another: it will only have the bad effect of giving room for other interlopers."

[no title]  HH/14/117  1803

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: Horation Livechild - if he can learn to write and read Collector at Penzance "will do every thing he can with propriety" to get him a post.

[no title]  HH/14/118  13th March 1803

Contents:
Letter: Robert HOUSE to Sir C. H.: report that he is to be taken off rate: begs to be continued longer as connection has been means of obtaining credit.

[no title]  HH/14/119  5th January 1803

Contents:
Letter: John JULYAN (Penzance) to Sir C. H.: vacancies at Penzance in customs: Horatio Lifechild - will be necessary for him to produce certificate of baptism that he is under 45.

[no title]  HH/14/120  21st February 1804

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: quotes letter from Mr. Julyan at Penzance to effect that Board is not satisfied with Horatio's certificate and require him to submit evidence on oath of relatives etc.

[no title]  HH/14/121  1st March 1804

Contents:
Letter: John JULYAN to Sir C. H.: no reply from Retallack about Lifechild: Bottling 14 gallons of claret for Sir C. H.: and has sent off half a dozen Scilly ling.

[no title]  HH/14/122  4th April 1804

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: objections to rating.

[no title]  HH/14/123  28th April 1804

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: Horatio Lifechild: Collector wants another example of his handwriting: more trouble and expense.

[no title]  HH/14/124  16th May 1804

Contents:
Letter: G. H. CHILCOTT to Sir C. H. Estate business, Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/14/125  27th July 1804

Contents:
Letter: John JULYAN to Sir C. H.: 5½ dozen claret being taken to Trewinnard: yesterday's post brought Horatio's commission.

[no title]  HH/14/126  25th August 1804

Contents:
Letter: Thomas TURNER (from Exeter) to Sir C. H. (Charles Rashleigh): on the Bishop of Exeter's terms for renewing lease of Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/14/127  7th February 1805

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.: election fixed for next Monday.

[no title]  HH/14/128  13th January 1805

Contents:
Letter: John Julyan to Sir C. H.: encloses list of customs officers at ports of Falmouth and Penryn: has heard that more revenue cutters are to be established.

[no title]  HH/14/129  25th April 1805

Contents:
Letter: John Julyan to Sir C. H.: vacancy at Scilly: 6 additional cutters to be established.

[no title]  HH/14/130  30th August 1805

Contents:
Letter: John Julyan to Sir C. H.: vacancy for warehouse-keeper at Falmouth: would appreciate post himself.

[no title]  HH/14/131  29th June 1808

Contents:
Letter: Francis Retallack to Sir C. H.: brother in debt: sold his premises to Lord Falmouth.

[no title]  HH/14/132  22nd November 1808

Contents:
Letter: Sir C. H. to Lord Falmouth - united interest in Mitchell. see HH/14/109.

[no title]  HH/14/133  30th April 1809

Contents:
Letter: Francis Retallack to Sir C. H.: Mr. Coode giving up mesne lordship: if Mr. Rashleigh gives up acting as Sir C. H's agent in Mitchell, F.R. asks for post.

[no title]  HH/14/134  9th May 1809

Contents:
Letter: Francis Retallack to Sir C. H.: glad to know that Mr. Rashleigh's leaving will make no difference.

[no title]  HH/14/135  17th June 1809

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: agrees that Chilcott shall be portreeve and Retallack continue agent.

[no title]  HH/14/136  7th April 1810

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: asks another place at Penzance for his brother James.

[no title]  HH/14/137  10th May 1810

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to C. H.: Mr. Marshall the schoolmaster from Summercourt opened school here last Monday.

[no title]  HH/14/138  18th October 1810

Contents:
Letter: C.H.: to Rev. Mr. Carlyon (Truro): invitation to be mesne lord; "no intention of injuring Lord Falmouth at M-".

[no title]  HH/14/139  18th October 1810

Contents:
Letter: T. CARLYON to Sir C. H.: happy to agree: intends enlarging vicarage house at Probus and living there.

[no title]  HH/14/140  nd

Contents:
Copy of HH/14/139.

[no title]  HH/14/141  c1810

Contents:
Letter: Richard CURGENVEN to Sir C.H.: thinks Lord Falmouth objected to his being appointed portreeve because C.H. had not been consulted.

[no title]  HH/14/142  3rd November 1810

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: will agree with him over portreeve: vacancy at Penzance for Peter Staples.

[no title]  HH/14/143  1796-1811

Contents:
Memo. of conventionary rents due from Daniel BAMFIELD and widow PARKS (first for Mitchell fairs)

[no title]  HH/14/144  27th December 1812

Contents:
Letter: John JULYAN to Sir C. H.: son not inclined to go to India as cadet: situation in merchant's accounting-house would suit better. Sends keg of anchovies.

[no title]  HH/14/145  28th December 1813

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H. hope Mitchell approves of new schoolmistress.

[no title]  HH/14/146  24th April 1815

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: "I fully concur with you about the appearance of the houses, indeed I think it as does Mr. C. R. advisable to pull down several more houses and plant with effectual fences on their sites and when I next visit Cornwall we can perhaps chalk out such a plan for the future appearance of the town as may give it that neatness and chearfulness for which of late it has not certainly been very remarkable".

[no title]  HH/14/147  24th April 1815

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to C. H.

[no title]  HH/14/148  21st June 1817

Contents:
Letter: James Scaife Crawford to Sir C.H.: Garras and lead-smelting.

[no title]  HH/14/149  15th January 1818

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C.H.

[no title]  HH/14/150  20th January 1821

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: will have to direct solicitor to proceed if line of road at Trewithen is altered.

[no title]  HH/14/151  15th February 1821

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: for a century estate dilapidated as sacrificed to borough interests. "There is no estate in Cornwall upon which less distress exists or has existed among those with whom a landlord can be closely connected as tenants at rack rent than on mine and no mansion around which the cottages of the poor are more comfortable".

[no title]  HH/14/152  15th February 1821

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: alteration and widening of road "the hypothesis entirely your own that I expect to have not safe and good but fine roads at the expence of the poor and suffering farmer".

[no title]  HH/14/153  27th January 1822

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: appointment at Tresillian.

[no title]  HH/14/154  29th December 1822

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/14/155  21st April 1823

Contents:
Letter: Francis Retallack to J. W. Chilcott: stewards have announced the breaking-up of their club at Mitchell, "not being able to keep it on": wish to have the £472.10.0. divided between the 100 poor men.

[no title]  HH/14/156  19th December 1822

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/14/157  3rd September 1824

Contents:
Letter: R. LUSHINGTON to - (private and confidential: subject obscure)

[no title]  HH/14/158  4th January 1826

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: Retallack's death.

[no title]  HH/14/159  30th November 1825

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H. "if you should be disposed to sell now as you had thoughts of doing some years ago, I should be willing to give the price then asked if I correctly remember it".

[no title]  HH/14/160  5th December 1825

Contents:
Letter: Francis Retallack to Sir C. H. Wheal Rose account.

[no title]  HH/14/161  7th December 1825

Contents:
Letter: Francis Retallack to Sir C. H. Wheal Rose

[no title]  HH/14/162  17th December 1825

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: "you will have heard of the run upon the Cornish Bank. Under the conviction that no establishment of the kind however honest and solvent can of itself be secure from temporary difficulty under such circumstances of panic as now exist - I have with some brother land-owners signed a paper declaratory of my perfect confidence in the means and stability of the above bank.

[no title]  HH/14/163  14th March 1826

Contents:
Letter: H. Hawkins Tremayne to C. H.: giving up mesne lordship: new lords to be Coryton and Trelawny.

[no title]  HH/14/164  2nd February 1827

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/14/165  3rd February 1827

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C.H. has maps for improved road from Truro to Tresillian: hopes Sir C. H. will attend Truro meeting. Mr. McAdam to be there.

[no title]  HH/14/166  8th November 1827

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H.: advantages of new line of road and surprised at C. H. favouring another.

[no title]  HH/14/167  8th February 1829

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Sir C. H. asks for meeting to discuss Retallack junior's behaviour.

[no title]  HH/14/168  24th July 1830

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to -: Mr. Hendy agent at Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/14/169  August 1829

Contents:
Statement of case: constitution of the borough of Mitchell. Sir Christopher Hawkins died in April 1829: at present 4 mesne lords appointed by the high lord: there are only three inhabitants rated.

[no title]  HH/14/170  27th July 1830

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to John Hawkins: dinner in Mitchell to celebrate election.

[no title]  HH/14/171  29th July 1830

Contents:
Letter: J. W. Chilcott to John Hawkins: as to proceedings in Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/14/172  1st August 1830

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to John Hawkins: suggests that Mr. Hendy is proper agent at Mitchell: not Chilcott, Hawkins' steward.

[no title]  HH/14/173  13th August 1830

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to John Hawkins: public thanks out of place, Truro ball.

[no title]  HH/14/174  4th June 1831

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to John Hawkins: best to do nothing at Mitchell as regards rearrangement for the time being.

[no title]  HH/14/175  1830

Contents:
Memorandum of rents in Mitchell late of Sir Christopher Hawkins.

[no title]  HH/14/176  18th cent-1831

Contents:
(Draft) Agreement between Chilcott (as the Hawkins steward) and Robert HOUSE of Mitchell - keeping of fair "The number of sheep has much increased of late years and now amounts to about 4000 which pay 15s. per 100 for the pens. This is the 15th October Fair. The other fair is dwindled to nothing". June 1831
(Enclosed) memo. about Summer Court Fair: incl. Covered standings are to pay 3s. 6d.; uncovered 1s.6d. 2d. per head for black cattle sold or swapt, 4d. per head for a horse sold or exchanged, 4d. per score is paid for weighing leather, hops and wool. Mr. Davies says that about sixteen men are usually employed about the large fair and about ten men at the small. "for selling wine £10 has been paid but never less than £5." N.D. seems 18th c.

[no title]  HH/14/177  18th July 1831

Contents:
Letter: Robert HOUSE (from Mr. Plummer's factory near Truro) to J. W. Chilcott "the spleen is so much against you as it is against me about the fair stuff in ordering Mr. Bassett to deliver it up in good repair".

[no title]  HH/14/178  16th September 1831

Contents:
Letter: J. W. Chilcott to: Mitchell: houses etc.

[no title]  HH/14/179  17th September 1831

Contents:
Letter: Robert HOUSE to J. W. Chilcott - Summercourt wants to borrow Mitchell fair hurdles: Mr. Bassett says none available "if we cannot accommodate Summercourt fair we cannot expect the favour from them and they have promised to lend us boards for confectioners and other booths".

[no title]  HH/14/180  1st November 1831

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to J. W. Chilcott - sympathy on his loss of father-in-law Dr. Cardew "one so attached to the old interest as well as of so learned and instructive a member of society". Endorsed in pencil "a very exquisite piece of humbug indeed".

[no title]  HH/14/181  22nd December 1831

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS (Tregothnan) to J. W. Chilcott - advises not selling feed unless price be liberal.

[no title]  HH/14/182  15th May 1832

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C.: prefer to let feed by private contract.

[no title]  HH/14/183  15th May 1832

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C.: permission to drive or ride on new approach road but at present too rough for comfort in gig or chaise.

[no title]  HH/14/184  25th November 1832; 26th November 1832

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C. "I am quite grieved as an agent to see the property open to the country in the way it now is" - each party should take possession of his own land in Mitchell.
With draft answer from J. W. C. to S. H.

[no title]  HH/14/185  16th March 1833

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C.: respecting various tenancies in Mitchell and dilapidations in particular.

[no title]  HH/14/186  11th April 1833

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C.: as in HH/14/185.

[no title]  HH/14/187  6th June 1833

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C.: as in HH/14/185.

[no title]  HH/14/188  2nd August 1833

Contents:
Letter: J. W. C. to Samuel HEWS as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/189  26th October 1833

Contents:
Letter: Samuel HEWS to J. W. C. as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/190  29th October 1833

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to J. W. C. as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/191  November 1833

Contents:
Letter: J. W. C. to Lord Falmouth as in HH/14/185 (draft)

[no title]  HH/14/192  15th January 1834

Contents:
Letter Samuel HEWS to J. W. C. as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/193  15th February 1834

Contents:
Letter J. W. C. to Samuel HEWS as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/194  21st February 1834

Contents:
Letter Samuel HEWS to J. W. C. as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/195  6th May 1834

Contents:
Letter Samuel Hews to J. W. C. as in HH/14/185

[no title]  HH/14/196  N.D

Contents:
Poor Rate: Mitchell in Newlyn.

[no title or date]  HH/14/197

Contents:
A Schedule of Land in the parish of Newlyn, the property Messrs. Prynn.

[no title]  HH/14/198  N.D

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/14/199  N.D

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H.

[no title]  HH/14/200  N.D

Contents:
Letter: J. W. C. to -

[no title]  HH/14/201  1796?

Contents:
Letter: Francis RETALLACK to Sir C. H. "I should have sent Horatio but he is rather too much in liquor at present: since you left word to stop the treat Wm. Jolly have made such an uproar that the minds of the Club party is eritated to a great degree and says that you certainly mean an opposition"...... I hope some stop will be put to their drinking in such a manner as that appears to make all the strife and the expence beyond describing".

[no title]  HH/14/202  N.D

Contents:
Letter: Charles RASHLEIGH to: Newlyn rate.

[no title]  HH/14/203  N.D

Contents:
Letter: Lord Falmouth to Christopher Hawkins: request to pay Mark Symons.

[no title]  HH/14/204  N.D

Contents:
Survey of that part of the manor of Treluddra that lies in the parish of Newlyn.

[no title]  HH/14/205  1788?

Contents:
Letter: Sir Francis Bassett to C. H. Newlyn rate.

THE STANNARIES  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/15/1  1509

Contents:
(Copy) Charter of pardon for all transgressions, granted to tinners.

[no title]  HH/15/2  28.1.1604

Contents:
(Copy) Letters Patent. Grant of the Lord Wardenship of the Stannaries to the Earl of Pembroke.

[no title]  HH/15/3  1613

Contents:
(Abstract) Title of Charles, Duke of York, to the Duchy of Cornwall.

[no title]  HH/15/4  28.9.1624

Contents:
(Copy) Acts of the Convocation of Tinners held at Lostwithiel.

[no title]  HH/15/5  nd

Contents:
(Book) Petition of Hannibal VIVIAN against John MOHUN, the Vice-Warden.

[no title]  HH/15/6  16.4.1674

Contents:
Letter. (1) Lord LATIMER
(2) The Lord Warden.
Recital of expected revenue from tin.

[no title]  HH/15/7  3.10.1674

Contents:
(Copy) Letter (1) Lord Treasurer DANBY
(2) The Lord Warden
Expressing surprise at the tinner's actions.

[no title]  HH/15/8  18.2.1703

Contents:
Letter (1) William LOWNDES
(2) Her Majesty's Agents.
Regarding the convoy of tin ships.

[no title]  HH/15/9  4.3.1703

Contents:
Letter: parties and subject as HH/15/8.

[no title]  HH/15/10  1.5.1742

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding the falling price of tin.

[no title]  HH/15/11  15.10.1742

Contents:
Letter: parties and subject as HH/15/10.

[no title]  HH/15/12  28.1.1743

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Scheme for relieving tinners.

[no title]  HH/15/13  29.12.1743

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Requests sounding the country.

[no title]  HH/15/14  18.5.1745

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Consideration of petition.

[no title]  HH/15/15  5.6.1745

Contents:
(Copy) Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) The Council
Explaining the reasons for convening convocation.

[no title]  HH/15/16  6.6.1745

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Subject as in HH/15/15.

[no title]  HH/15/17  7.7.1745

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PITT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding postponement of calling convocation.

[no title]  HH/15/18  8.2.1750

Contents:
Letter (1) Robert HOBLYN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Subject as in HH/15/17.

[no title]  HH/15/19  17.2.1750

Contents:
Letter: parties and subject as HH/15/18.

[no title]  HH/15/20  18.2.1750

Contents:
Letter (1) Walter BORLASE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding a petition about convocation.

[no title]  HH/15/21  19.2.1750

Contents:
Letter (1) Robert HOBLYN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Subject as HH/15/20.

[no title]  HH/15/22  2.3.1750

Contents:
Letter (1) Robert HOBLYN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding the prorogation of convocation.

[no title]  HH/15/23  26.3.1750

Contents:
Letter (1) Robert HOBLYN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Dissolution of convocation.

[no title]  HH/15/24  1750

Contents:
Petition from tinners to the Duke of Cornwall regarding discord between the Lord Warden and Convocation.

[no title]  HH/15/25  1821

Contents:
Petition to the Vice-Warden by Sir Christopher HAWKINS and Samuel HANCOCK against John and James RICHARDS - debts for timber, iron etc.

CORRESPONDENCE  [no ref. or date]

Golden (Probus)  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/16/1  1757

Contents:
Memorandum on taking lease of Golden.

[no title]  HH/16/2  10.2.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) James BULLER
(2) John VIVIAN
Regarding the lease.

[no title]  HH/16/3  25.3.1757

Contents:
Letter: same parties and subject.

[no title]  HH/16/4  9.6.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) John VIVIAN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Same subject.

[no title]  HH/16/5  8.7.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) Joseph WEBBER
(2) John VIVIAN
Proposals rejected by James BULLER.

[no title]  HH/16/6  13.7.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) Thomas HAWKINS
Regarding the reply to be made to Webber.

[no title]  HH/16/7  31.10.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) Philip LANE
(2) Thomas HAWKINS
Price-fixing.

[no title]  HH/16/8  3.11.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding the price.

[no title]  HH/16/9  5.11.1757

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) Thomas HAWKINS
Draft of letter to Philip Lane.

[no title]  HH/16/10  1675

Contents:
Survey of the Barton of Golden made in 1675.

Death of Mrs. Basset  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/16/11  6.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) John CARLYON
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding Mrs. Basset's dangerous condition.

[no title]  HH/16/12  11.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) John CARLYON
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Her death.

[no title]  HH/16/13  12.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Account of her death.

[no title]  HH/16/14  16.12.1762

Contents:
(Draft) Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) John CARLYON
Her death.

[no title]  HH/16/15  16.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
About the funeral arrangements.

[no title]  HH/16/16  18.12.1762

Contents:
Letter. Same parties as HH/16/15. Basset affairs.

[no title]  HH/16/17  20.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) John CARLYON
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Funeral arrangements.

[no title]  HH/16/18  25.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) Robert SANDYS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Funeral arrangements.

[no title]  HH/16/19  23.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Funeral arrangements.

[no title]  HH/16/20  23.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) Jane HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding affairs at Haldon.

[no title]  HH/16/21  27.12.1762

Contents:
(Draft) Reply to HH/16/20.

[no title]  HH/16/22  27.12.1762

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Affairs at Haldon.

[no title]  HH/16/23  30.12.1762

Contents:
Letter. Parties and subject as HH/16/22.

Export via the Packets  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/16/24  24.12.1788

Contents:
Letter (1) N. HAMBLY
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT
Regarding the export of British manufactured goods on the packets: held by Customs: requests that Mr. Hocking's assistance be secured.

[no title]  HH/16/25  3.1.1789

Contents:
Letter (1) Mr. GALE
(2) Mr. ROSE
Regarding goods seized on the Hampden packet.

[no title]  HH/16/26  7.1.1789

Contents:
Letter (1) William MOORMAN
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT.
Same subject.

[no title]  HH/16/27  18.1.1789

Contents:
Letter (1) N. HAMBLY
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT
Application to send out goods, chiefly printed cottons, on the packets.

[no title]  HH/16/28  19.1.1789


Related information: (See properly HH/13/-)

Contents:
Letter (1) William MOORMAN
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT
Tregony business

[no title]  HH/16/29  31.1.1789

Contents:
Letter (1) N. HAMBLY
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT
Rejection of leave to ship

[no title]  HH/16/30  31.1.1789


Related information: (See properly HH/13-)

Contents:
Letter (1) William MOORMAN
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT
Tregony business

[no title]  HH/16/31  18.2.1789

Contents:
Letter (1) James HUMPHREY
(2) William MOORMAN
Restoration of all goods

[no title]  HH/16/32  21.2.1789

Contents:
Letter (1) N. HAMBLY
(2) N. MIDDLECOAT
Requesting new assistance.

[no title]  HH/16/33  9.1.1790

Contents:
Letter: parties unstated: regarding customs-house appointment.

General: Public and Private Affairs  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/16/34  24.10.1719

Contents:
Letter (1) John GOODALL
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
With reference to the purchase of land in St. Veep.

[no title]  HH/16/35  8.10.1731

Contents:
Letter (1) Mary BASSET
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding signing deeds.

[no title]  HH/16/36  26.10.1731

Contents:
Letter. Parties and subject as in HH/16/35.

[no title]  HH/16/37  5.11.1731

Contents:
Letter (1) Mary BASSET
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Witnessing signature.

[no title]  HH/16/38  2.12.1742

Contents:
Letter (1) R. MADDOCK
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Interests on the death of Philip Hawkins.

[no title]  HH/16/39  6. 4.1743

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry CRUWYS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Arrears of annuities.

[no title]  HH/16/40  29. 9.1766

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry HARTLEY
(2) Thomas HAWKINS
Wine.

[no title]  HH/16/41  14. 3.1776

Contents:
Authorisation (1) Mary HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
To pay Christopher HAWKINS.

[no title]  HH/16/42  10. 8.1780

Contents:
Letter (1) James WILLYAMS
(2) Major WILLYAMS
Conduct of family affairs.

[no title]  HH/16/43  21. 3.1780

Contents:
Letter (1) Nicholas CREWS
(2) CHILCOTT
Regarding the acreage of Carne.

[no title]  HH/16/44  1. 6.1784

Contents:
Letter (1) Charles RASHLEIGH
(2) CHILCOTT
Regarding Hawkins' attempt at Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/16/45  2. 6.1784

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
General: voters, housekeeper etc.

[no title]  HH/16/46  10. 3.1786

Contents:
Letter (1) DE VINNE (?) from Lisbon
(2) --------
Return to England.

[no title]  HH/16/47  5. 1.1787

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas CRYLLS
(2) CHILCOTT
The break-up of Arallas (St. Enoder)

[no title]  HH/16/48  26. 3.1790

Contents:
Letter (1) STACKHOUSE (?)
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
The construction of a workhouse.

[no title]  HH/16/49  2. 5.1790

Contents:
Letter (1) John KEMPE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Act for the widening of streets and improvement of Truro.

[no title]  HH/16/50  27. 7.1790

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT (?)
Rashleigh: expenses at Mitchell.

[no title]  HH/16/51  26.11.1790

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry TONKIN
(2) CHILCOTT (?)
Regarding his promotion in the Royal Navy.

[no title]  HH/16/52  3. 1.1791

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis GREGOR
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Exchange of properties.

[no title]  HH/16/53  23.12.1793

Contents:
Letter (1) John Hawkins TREMAYNE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Distress of the Cakes family.

[no title]  HH/16/53a  14. 2.1794

Contents:
Letter (1) John JONES junior
(2) ----------
Survey of coppice in Philleigh.

[no title]  HH/16/54  1. 3.1794

Contents:
Letter (1) John KEMPE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Purchase of stock.

[no title]  HH/16/55  12. 1.1796

Contents:
Letter (1) Thomas PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Nomination as trustee.

[no title]  HH/16/56  28. 7.1797

Contents:
Letter (1) John EDWARDS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/16/57  25. 8.1798

Contents:
Letter (1) William FLAMANK
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Their mutual rights in Ladock estates.

[no title]  HH/16/58  22. 2.1800

Contents:
(Draft) Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) Lord FALMOUTH
Exchange of estates.

[no title]  HH/16/59  8. 3.1800

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
Exchange of estates.

[no title]  HH/16/60  20. 3.1800

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
Value of woods, etc.

[no title]  HH/16/61  3. 5.1800

Contents:
Letter. Parties and subject as HH/16/60.

[no title]  HH/16/62  5. 4.1800

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
Approval of valuation.

[no title]  HH/16/63  28. 5.1800

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
Regarding Lord Falmouth's lands, etc.

[no title]  HH/16/64  31. 7.1800

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
General estate business.

[no title]  HH/16/65  nd

Contents:
Schedule of income of John Oliver WILLYAMS of Carnanton.

[no title]  HH/16/66  17. 9.1800


Related information: (See HH/16/58)

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
Value of properties

[no title]  HH/16/67  14. 2.1802

Contents:
Letter (1) John JULYAN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS (Sir)
Despatch of ling to him.

[no title]  HH/16/68  16.3.1804

Contents:
Letter (1) John SYMONS
(2) Sir Christopher HAWKINS
Explaining his failure to wait on him.

[no title]  HH/16/69  22. 8.1805

Contents:
Letter (1) Lord de DUNSTANVILLE
(2) Sir Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding the conduct of the Royal Cornwall Infirmary.

[no title]  HH/16/70  7.12.1805

Contents:
Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) CHILCOTT
Routine business affairs.

[no title]  HH/16/71  6. 8.1807

Contents:
Letter (1) Charles RASHLEIGH
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding financial accommodation.

[no title]  HH/16/72  15.12.1807

Contents:
Letter (1) William STACKHOUSE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Payment under jointure settlement.

[no title]  HH/16/73/5  26.3., 27.3., and 14. 8.1810

Contents:
Letters: Lord de DUNSTANVILLE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Denial that he has entered into any engagements in Penryn but he asserts that he will make what connections he pleases.

[no title]  HH/16/76  nd

Contents:
Letter: (1) William STACKHOUSE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Sale of estate in Ladock.

[no title]  HH/16/77  12.11.1812

Contents:
Letter: (1) Thomas COUTTS etc.
(2) G. BADELEY
Power of attorney to receive dividends.

[no title]  HH/16/78  5. 7.1814

Contents:
Letter (1) Joseph CHILDS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/16/79  20. 8.1818

Contents:
Letter (1) Hawkins TREMAYNE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Partition of lands.

[no title]  HH/16/80  28. 8.1818

Contents:
Letter (1) Hawkins TREMAYNE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Arranging meeting to discuss partition.

[no title]  HH/16/81  11. 2.1819

Contents:
Letter (1) Rev. Cornelius CARDEW
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Request for financial help towards the rebuilding of St. Erme Church.

[no title]  HH/16/82  28.12.1823

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
His part in a new road.

[no title]  HH/16/83/4  22.1., and 2. 4.1824

Contents:
Letters (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Biblical arguments.

[no title]  HH/16/85  19.10.1824

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Cattle

[no title]  HH/16/86  21.10.1824

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
More Biblical arguments

[no title]  HH/16/87  27.12.1824

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Canvassing in the Penzance area.

[no title]  HH/16/88  11. 1.1825

Contents:
Letter (1) Robert BLAIR
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Theological dispute.

[no title]  HH/16/89  14. 1.1825

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
St. Ives Pier.

[no title]  HH/16/90  7. 3.1825

Contents:
Letter (1) George FOX
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Diminished subscription to Wadebridge School.

[no title]  HH/16/91  18.11.1825

Contents:
Letter (1) Richard VIVYAN
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Means of obtaining a majority at Helston.

[no title]  HH/16/92  12.12.1825

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
St. Ives Pier.

[no title]  HH/16/93  19.1.1827

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Loss of his wife.

[no title]  HH/16/94  14. 3.1827

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Pagan relics at Letcha (St. Buryan)

[no title]  HH/16/95  13. 8.1827

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/16/96  14.10.1827

Contents:
Letter (1) Eldred PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/16/97  14.12.1827

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
St. Ives Pier.

[no title]  HH/16/98/9  25.11., & 2.12.1828

Contents:
Letters (1) Heard TREMAYNE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Partition of lands

[no title]  HH/16/100  23. 3.1829

Contents:
Letter (1) More PRICE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Receipt of apple-trees.

[no title]  HH/16/101  2. 5.1831

Contents:
Letter (1) CHILCOTT
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Appointment of steward for the manor of St. Michaels (Mitchell)

[no title]  HH/16/102/3  2.11., &16.12.1833

Contents:
Letters (1) Lord FALMOUTH
(2) CHILCOTT
Arrangement of meeting

[no title]  HH/16/104  23. 4.1834

Contents:
Letter (1) George SIMMONS
(2) CHILCOTT
Survey of encroachments

[no title]  HH/16/105  12. 3.1841

Contents:
Letter (1) ------- BOYNE
(2) John HAWKINS
Oysters at St. Mawes and St. Just.

[no title]  HH/16/106  17.3.1841

Contents:
LETTER (1) HENRY FRANCIS
(2) JOHN HAWKINS
REPORT ON MINING INTERESTS

[no title]  HH/16/107  22. 3.1841

Contents:
Letter (1) Humphrey SIBTHORP
(2) John HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/16/108  1. 4.1841

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry TRETHEWY
(2) John HAWKINS
Estate business.

[no title]  HH/16/109  10. 4.1841

Contents:
Letter (1) James BULLOCK
(2) John HAWKINS
Purchase of land at Polterrow (St. Mewan)

[no title]  HH/16/110  9.12.1841

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry TRETHEWY
(2) John HAWKINS
Self-recommendation.

[no title]  HH/16/111  31. 3.1842

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry TRETHEWY
(2) John HAWKINS
Gift of wine to mine-adventurers.

[no title]  HH/16/112  1.11.1842

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry TRETHEWY
(2) John HAWKINS
Building leases in Newlyn East

[no title]  HH/16/113  28.10.1843

Contents:
Letter (1) Henry TRETHEWY
(2) John HAWKINS
Railroad from Par to Newquay.

[no title]  HH/16/114  22. 2.1844

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis PRICE
(2) C. HAWKINS
Repairs at Pentewan.

[no title]  HH/16/115  3. 3.1844

Contents:
Letter (1) Francis PRICE
(2) C. HAWKINS
Deficiency in his account.

[no title]  HH/16/116  29.8.1850

Contents:
Letter (1) George ANDREW
(2) C. HAWKINS
Requesting shooting rights in Ladock Wood.

[no title]  HH/16/117  20. 9.1850

Contents:
Letter (1) George ANDREW
(2) C. HAWKINS
Thanks for his granting shooting rights.

Material relating to the family & General Estate affairs  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/1  1751

Contents:
(Draft) Lease (1) Tobias LANYON of Gwinear gent & Prudence his wife
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Lands in Gwinear, Madron and Penzance as marriage settlement.

[no title]  HH/17/2  nd

Contents:
(Draft) Release on HH/17/1.

[no title]  HH/17/3  nd

Contents:
(Draft) (1) Dorothy and Tobias LANYON
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Assignment of bond.

[no title]  HH/17/4  27. 6.1751

Contents:
Opinion by R. MADDOCK upon settlement.

[no title]  HH/17/5  7. 9.1751

Contents:
Opinion by Henry GOULD.

[no title]  HH/17/5a  nd

Contents:
Letter (1) Dr. William BORLASE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Introducing to him Mr. Shallcross of Lifton, grandfather of the lame son of William Lanyon's eldest son.

[no title]  HH/17/6  9.11.1762

Contents:
Interrogatories to be put to Christopher HAWKINS on behalf of the plaintiff, Tobies LANYON.

[no title]  HH/17/7  7. 1.1763

Contents:
Interrogatories.

[no title]  HH/17/8  18. 1.1763

Contents:
Letter.

[no title]  HH/17/9  nd

Contents:
Letter (1) Samuel HARRIS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Helston commission.

[no title]  HH/17/9a  16. 4.1767

Contents:
Order for Christopher HAWKINS to appear before the Helston commissioners.

ARALLAS IN ST. ENODER  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/10  22. 8.1691

Contents:
Flamank's account of acreage and value of Arallas and Nantelliow.

[no title]  HH/17/11  Oct. 1691

Contents:
Receipt given Philip HAWKINS by Flamank for moiety of Arallas rents.

[no title]  HH/17/12  20.11.1691

Contents:
Agreement between Philip HAWKINS and William WILLIAMS over the building of a barn at Arallas.

[no title]  HH/17/13  nd

Contents:
Survey of Arrallas.

[no title]  HH/17/14  1691-4

Contents:
Schedule of receipts for work done at Arallas.

[no title]  HH/17/15/19  1691-1705

Contents:
Letters (1) FLAMANK
(2) Philip HAWKINS
Estate business at Arallas.

[no title]  HH/17/20  1691

Contents:
Account for iron-work at Arallas.

[no title]  HH/17/21  1693

Contents:
Account for building at Arallas.

[no title]  HH/17/22  1693

Contents:
Account for thatching and hedging at Arallas.

[no title]  HH/17/23  1706

Contents:
Receipt for rent of Arallas.

The Manor of Penwerris in Budock  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/24  24. 6.1742

Contents:
Lease (1) the trustees of the estate of John Prideaux BASSET
(2) Nicholas TRESIDDER
Of a tenement in Penwerris.

[no title]  HH/17/25  1743-4

Contents:
Accounts for building on Penwerris Barton.

[no title]  HH/17/26  7. 6.1759

Contents:
Letter (1) Abraham HALL
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Regarding leases on Penwerris.

[no title]  HH/17/27  11. 6.1759

Contents:
Letter (1) Abraham HALL
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Ejectment notice to Nicholas TRESIDDER

[no title]  HH/17/28  28. 6.1759

Contents:
Letter (1) R. MADDOCK
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Legal opinion on the ejectment.

[no title]  HH/17/29  2. 7.1759

Contents:
Letter (1) Abraham HALL
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
On the ejectment.

[no title]  HH/17/30  6. 7.1759

Contents:
Letter (1) R. MADDOCK
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
On the ejectment.

[no title]  HH/17/31  9. 7.1759

Contents:
Letter (1) Abraham HALL
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Draft of brief.

[no title or date]  HH/17/32

Contents:
(Copy) Opinion by Edmund HOSKINS in case of Tresidder -v- Bassett.

The Keigwin Estates  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/33  29. 1.1734

Contents:
Release (1) Thomas CLUTTERBUCK of Scilly, esquire and Julian his wife: Christopher DAVIES of Bosistow in St. Levan, gent, and Margaret his wife: William JOHN of Penzance, merchant, and Mary his wife: John BORLASE of London, apothecary and Dorothy his wife: Sarah KEIGWIN of Paul, spinster: George KEIGWIN of Penzance gent: John KEIGWIN of London, hosier; Thomas ROBERTS of Penzance, gent and Rachel his wife (Julian, Margaret, Mary, Dorothy, Sarah, George, John and Rachel being the younger children of James KEIGWIN senior of Mousehole who died on 21. 6.1710).
(2) James KEIGWIN junior.
Legacies having been paid under their father's will.

[no title]  HH/17/34  1. 2.1734

Contents:
(Copy) Will of James KEIGWIN of Mousehole.

[no title]  HH/17/35  nd

Contents:
(Copy) Bill of complaint (1) The creditors of James KEIGWIN late of Paul
(Thomas CLUTTERBUCK of Paul gent, and Julian his wife: Sarah KEIGWIN of Paul, spinster: Thomas CRANKIN of Mousehole, yeoman and Mary his wife, daughter of W. MORISH of Mousehole, yeoman: Alexander RICHARDS of Mousehole and Elizabeth his wife, another daughter: William JOHN of Penzance merchant and Mary his wife: John NOBLE of Penzance: John BADCOCK of Paul carpenter: John HUTCHINS of Paul widow.
(2) The trustees of the estate.

[no title]  HH/17/36  nd

Contents:
Memorandum of the Tredenham and Scobell estates.
(Out of place)

[no title]  HH/17/37  nd

Contents:
Memorandum of the purchase-money of Keigwin lands.

[no title]  HH/17/38  1. 9.1744

Contents:
CLUTTERBUCK -v- KEIGWIN: notice of commission.

[no title]  HH/17/39  nd

Contents:
Answer of Francis BASSETT to bill of Thomas and Elizabeth CLUTTERBUCK (many of the Keigwin lands were mortgaged to Bassett's mother, Mary).

[no title]  HH/17/40  1746

Contents:
Rental of the Keigwin lands.

[no title]  HH/17/41  1746

Contents:
Schedule of the Keigwin lands.

[no title]  HH/17/42  1746

Contents:
Schedule and rental of the Keigwin lands.

[no title]  HH/17/43  16.12.1749

Contents:
Letter (1) George BORLASE (from Penzance)
(2) James FLOWER of Crane Court, London.
Regarding the Keigwin business.

[no title]  HH/17/44  3. 2.1752

Contents:
Report on Keigwin's principal and interest.

BELLOTT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/45  24.12.1686

Contents:
(Copy) will of Christopher BELLOTT

[no title]  HH/17/46  nd

Contents:
Extract from will and statement of case as to the descent of Trenay in St. Neot after the death of Renatus BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/17/47  nd

Contents:
(Copy) Act for vesting in trustees the lands of Christopher BELLOTT.

[no title]  HH/17/48  nd

Contents:
(Copy) Letter on the subject of HH/17/47.
(1) probably Mrs. HAWKINS (wife of Thomas HAWKINS of Helston and daughter of Christopher HELLOTT)
(2) "Cosen" PENDARVES

[no title]  HH/17/49  nd

Contents:
(Draft) Petition to bring in bill to vest property in trustees.

[no title]  HH/17/50  nd

Contents:
Answers of Mary BELLOTT widow, Mary SPOURE widow, Renatus BELLOTT (aged 7), Christian BENNETTS widow and the BELLOTT and SPOURE trustees to the bill of complaint of Grace, Elizabeth, Jane and Mary BELLOTT and their trustees.

[no title]  HH/17/51/2  nd

Contents:
(Draft) Statement of the case against the sale of Trenay.

[no title]  HH/17/53  29. 9.1710

Contents:
Lease (1) Madam Mary BELLOTT of Bochym widow.
(2) Christopher GABRIELL of Gunwalloe weaver.
Part of Tregidgian in Cury.

[no title]  HH/17/54  29. 9.1711

Contents:
Lease (1) Madam Mary BELLOTT of Bochym widow.
(2) Moses HALL of Cury weaver.
1 acre, part of Tregidgian Moor.

GENERAL FAMILY AFFAIRS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/55  nd

Contents:
Bill of complaint of Elizabeth HAWKINS widow.

[no title]  HH/17/56  12. 4.1737

Contents:
Marriage articles:
(1) John Pendarves BASSETT and
(2) Anne PRIDEAUX

[no title]  HH/17/57  21.11.1740

Contents:
Bill of complaint (in Chancery) BASSETT -v- BASSETT

[no title]  HH/17/58  27. 6.1751

Contents:
Affidavit by Walter HUSBAND that J. Prideaux BASSETT is the heir.

[no title]  HH/17/59  29. 7.1757

Contents:
Settlement: Anne BASSETT widow surrenders her £12,000 portion to trustees in return for annuity of of £800. Part to be used in purchasing the manor of Nancekuke.

[no title]  HH/17/60  11. 1.1757

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Samuel PENDARVES of Roskrowe.

[no title]  HH/17/61  5. 2.1649

Contents:
Marriage articles: Thomas PENDARVES and Margaret ST. AUBYN.

[no title]  HH/17/62  23. 2.1675

(Fragment)

Contents:
Will of John HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/63  1689

Contents:
Discharge by John PENDARVES

[no title]  HH/17/64  13. 3.1696

Contents:
Defeasance on mortgage: (1) John WILLIAMS of Truthan
(2) Hugh HUDDY of Probus.

[no title]  HH/17/65  30. 5.1761

Contents:
Letter (1) John TRUSCOTT
(2) R. SANDYS
Refers to meeting the costs of a suit.

[no title]  HH/17/66  5. 7.1761

Contents:
(Copy) Letter (1) R. SANDYS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/67  27. 9.1761

Contents:
Letter (1) W. CARLYON
(2) R. SANDYS
Regarding a new tenant for Polrudden.

[no title]  HH/17/68  29. 9.1761

Contents:
Letter (1) M. TRUSCOTT
(2) R. SANDYS
Requesting a meeting.

[no title]  HH/17/69  3.10.1761

Contents:
(Copy) Letter (1) R. SANDYS
(2) W. CARLYON
Regarding the tenancy of Polrudden

[no title]  HH/17/70  20.10.1761

Contents:
Letter (1) John PASCOE
(2) R. SANDYS
Regarding the tenancy of Polrudden

[no title]  HH/17/71  23. 1.1762

Contents:
(Copy) Letter (1) R. SANDYS
(2) ------- POLKINHORNE
Regarding rent of Pentewan cellars

[no title]  HH/17/72  4. 3.1768

Contents:
Letter (1) S. SECCOMBE
(2) Mrs. Anne HAWKINS
Church-seating at Frobus.

[no title]  HH/17/73  1768

Contents:
Case and opinion of Richard HUSSEY (the Truro attorney)

[no title]  HH/17/74  3. 8.1768

Contents:
Memorandum for terms of agreement on HH/17/73.

[no title]  HH/17/75  1738

Contents:
Case: jointure settlement: Probus tithes etc.

[no title]  HH/17/76  1738-41

Contents:
William OBEN'S account of income from tithes of Probus, Morther and Cornelly.

CARGOLL  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/77  28.12.1738

Contents:
Letter (1) ------ WESTON
(2) Christopher HAMKINS.
The price for the addition of lives to Caroll (the Manor of Cargoll in Newlyn East etc.)

[no title]  HH/17/78  July-Oct. 1767

Contents:
(Copy) Correspondence between Sir Richard VIVIAN and the Lord Bishop of Exeter over Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/17/79  Aug.-Nov. 1768

Contents:
(Copy) Correspondence between H. CHELCOTT and Nicholas GEARE (the Bishop of Exeter's steward) over Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/17/80  17. 8.1769

Contents:
(Copy) Letter (1) Christopher HAWKINS
(2) Nicholas GEARE
Cargoll.

[no title]  HH/17/81  19. 8.1769

Contents:
Letter (1) Nicholas GEARE
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
Cargoll

[no title]  HH/17/82  c. 1769

Contents:
"Reasons urged to Mr. Geare against the Bishop's method of valueing".

[no title]  HH/17/83/5  1767- 1769, 1770, and 1778

Contents:
Minutes of treating with the Bishop of Exeter.

[no title]  HH/17/86  1786

Contents:
Case and opinion of Mr. Morgan.

[no title]  HH/17/87  1792

Contents:
Minutes for a case.

[no title]  HH/17/88  1828

Contents:
"List furnished by Mr. Simmons of deeds in his possession".

[no title]  HH/17/88a  23. 2.1675

Contents:
Extract from the will of John HAWKINS of St. Erth.

[no title]  HH/17/89  15. 6.1681

Contents:
Extract from the will of Sir Peter PRIDEAUX.

[no title]  HH/17/90  10. 7.1703

Contents:
(Copy) will of John PRIDEAUX of Soldon, esquire.

[no title]  HH/17/91  29.12.1705

Contents:
Extract from will of Sir Peter PRIDEAUX

[no title]  HH/17/92  23.11.1710

Contents:
(Copy) will of Susanna PRIDEAUX of Netherton, spinster.

[no title]  HH/17/93  nd

Contents:
Abstract of HH/17/92.

[no title]  HH/17/94  1714

Contents:
Abstract of legacies given under the will of John HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/95  24. 1.1716

Contents:
Abstract of will of Sir Edmund PRIDEAUX.

[no title]  HH/17/96  26. 2.1718

Contents:
(Copy) will of Francis BASSETT of Tehidy.

[no title]  HH/17/97  1719

Contents:
(Copy) Marriage settlement George LEY and Gertrude TRETHEWY.

[no title]  HH/17/98  1721

Contents:
Minutes of the will of Nicholas HAWKINS of Hammersmith.

[no title]  HH/17/99  3. 4.1722

Contents:
(Copy) will of Sir Edward PRIDEAUX.

PENNANCE IN CREED  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/100  1737

Contents:
Account of goods bought for Philip HAWKINS at Pennance survey.

[no title]  HH/17/101  1737

Contents:
Lots of plate bought.

[no title]  HH/17/102  1737

Contents:
Inventory of goods bought.

[no title]  HH/17/103  1737

Contents:
Goods taken in appraisement and divided.

[no title]  HH/17/104  1737

Contents:
Receipt for goods bought at the sale.

[no title]  HH/17/105  24. 8.1738

Contents:
Abstract of the will of Philip HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/106  1738

Contents:
Draft of the will of Philip Hawkins

[no title]  HH/17/107  24. 8.1738

Contents:
(Copy) will of Philip HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/108  1738

Contents:
Transcript of the will of Philip Hawkins

[no title]  HH/17/109  nd

Contents:
List of legacies given under will of Philip HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/110  nd

Contents:
(Copy) Probate of the will of Philip HAWKINS.

[no title]  HH/17/111  20. 2.1738

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Dame Ann PRIDEAUX, widow

[no title]  HH/17/112  nd

Contents:
Abstract of legacies given under HH/17/111.

[no title]  HH/17/113  12. 9.1739

Contents:
(Copy) Will of James Pendarves BASSETT esquire.

[no title]  HH/17/114  nd

Contents:
Extracts from HH/17/113.

[no title]  HH/17/115  c. 1740

Contents:
Extracts from will of Henry SCOBELL

[no title]  HH/17/116  1742

Contents:
Case re, the tenancy of Portowan, part of Henry SCOBELL'S estate.

[no title]  HH/17/117  1.12.1742

Contents:
Minutes of the affairs between the heirs of Henry SCOBELL and Mrs. GLYN.

[no title]  HH/17/118  31.12.1742

Contents:
Opinion of R. WILBRAHAM esquire.

[no title]  HH/17/119  1743

Contents:
(Draft) Articles between the heirs of Francis SCOBELL over division of land.

[no title]  HH/17/120  20. 1.1747


Related information: (See also HH/17/64 on)

Contents:
Bill. Charles SCOBELL -v- HAWKINS. Polrudden

[no title]  HH/17/121  12. 1.1744

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Elizabeth CARLYON of St. Austell, widow.

[no title]  HH/17/122  29. 1.1755

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Thomas RALPH.

[no title]  HH/17/123  1755

Contents:
Letter (1) James FLOWER
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
With reference to HH/17/122.

[no title]  HH/17/124  nd

Contents:
Abstract of HH/17/122.

[no title]  HH/17/125  1760

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Anne BASSETT

[no title]  HH/17/126  1766

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/127  1.10.1770

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Elizabeth HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/128  27. 6.1772

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Mary HAWKINS widow.

[no title]  HH/17/129  1720

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Illogan

[no title]  HH/17/130  1721

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Helston

[no title]  HH/17/131  1736

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Creed

[no title]  HH/17/132  1736

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Creed

[no title]  HH/17/133/4  1739

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Uny Redruth

[no title]  HH/17/135  1740

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Illogan

[no title]  HH/17/136  1740

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: St. Gluvias

[no title]  HH/17/137  1741

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: Illogan

[no title]  HH/17/138  1655/1696

Contents:
Extracts from parish registers: St. Erth

[no title]  HH/17/139  nd

Contents:
Memorandum of search in Creed parish registers.

[no title]  HH/17/140  1768

Contents:
Draft of letter: (1) ------- HAWKINS
(2) William BORLASE
Regarding the Hawkins pedigree.

[no title]  HH/17/141/3  nd

Contents:
Material for pedigree.

[no title]  HH/17/144  Dec. 1779

Contents:
Pedigree of John HAWKINS of Helston.

[no title]  HH/17/145/6  1679/1716 & 1700/ 1730

Contents:
Account-books of Thomas HAWKINS of Helston and Trewinnard.

[no title]  HH/17/147  1723

Contents:
Note-book kept by Philip HAWKINS during a tour of the Low Countries.

[no title]  HH/17/148  25. 8.1726

Contents:
Marriage settlement: John HAWKINS and Rachel RASHLEIGH.

[no title]  HH/17/149  18. 7.1727

Contents:
Sale (1) Lady TREDENHAM: Francis and Mary SCOBELL
(2) John HAWKINS
The manors of Tregonan, St. Ewe, Tolverne, St. Mawes and Redruth.

[no title]  HH/17/150  13.10.1729

Contents:
Letter from John KNIGHT regarding deeds.

[no title]  HH/17/151  2. 2.1758

Contents:
Bond (1) John BORLASE
(2) Thomas HAWKINS and Thomas POLWHELE.

[no title]  HH/17/152  1758

Contents:
Abstract of John BORLASE'S marriage articles.

[no title]  HH/17/153  11. 6.1780

Contents:
Certificate from the minister and churchwardens of St. Enoder as to a seat in the church appropriated to the tenement of Goenrounsen.

[no title]  HH/17/154  1780

Contents:
Journey log-book

[no title]  HH/17/155  1779-1780

Contents:
Personal account-book.

[no title]  HH/17/156  1785

Contents:
Note-book.

[no title]  HH/17/157  1785

Contents:
Account-book of John Oliver WILLYAMS.

[no title]  HH/17/158  nd

Contents:
Schedule of estates of Hugh Valence JONES in St. Buryan and Sennen.

[no title]  HH/17/159  nd

Contents:
Schedule of some title-deeds relating to Arallas in St. Enoder (see ante)

[no title]  HH/17/160  nd


Related information: (See also HH/17/115)

Contents:
(Copy) Will of Henry SCOBELL

[no title]  HH/17/161  nd

Contents:
Memorandum of Mr. CHAMPERNOUN'S title to the Cornish manors (Tolgullow, Trembethow etc.)

[no title]  HH/17/162  nd

Contents:
(Bundle) John HAWKINS' bills whilst at Eton.

FUNERAL OF JOHN PRIDEAUX BASSETT  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/17/163  1. 6.1756

Contents:
Memorandum with Mr. d'Aubigny, undertaker, as to the funeral arrangements.

[no title]  HH/17/164  c1756

Contents:
Memorandum of scarfs and gloved distributed at the funeral.

[no title]  HH/17/165  c1756

Contents:
Letter from W. SANDYS as to what was distributed.

[no title]  HH/17/166  24. 6.1756

Contents:
Letter (1) the coachman
(2) Mr. HAWKINS
Under-payment by the undertaker.

[no title]  HH/17/167  c1756

Contents:
Covering letter sent with the undertaker's account.

[no title]  HH/17/168  nd

Contents:
"Mr. Keel's Remarks"

[no title]  HH/17/169  nd

Contents:
Mr. Maddock's letter and remarks.

[no title]  HH/17/170  nd

Contents:
Grant of administration of goods

[no title]  HH/17/171  nd

Contents:
Letter (1) ------ REYNOLDS
(2) J. VIVIAN
Regarding a duel.

[no title]  HH/17/172  nd

Contents:
Letter (1) M. ERISEY
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/173  nd

Contents:
Answer

[no title]  HH/17/174  nd

Contents:
Letter (1) E. ERISEY
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/175  nd

(Fragment)

Contents:
Letter (1) M. ERISEY
(2) Christopher HAWKINS

[no title]  HH/17/176/7  nd

Contents:
Letters (1) John HAWKINS
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
On settlement of the Erisey business.

[no title]  HH/17/178  nd

Contents:
Letter (1) Herod JOHNSON
(2) Christopher HAWKINS
The Erisey business.

[no title]  HH/17/179  nd

Contents:
(Printed) Case: Mary and Frances WEST infants -v- Mary ERISEY and Thomas BARRABLE over the settlement of the ERISEY ESTATES.

[no title]  HH/17/180  nd

Contents:
Settlement of the Erisey estates.

PRINTED ACTS OF PARLIAMENT AND BILLS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/18/1/2  nd

Contents:
Bill for amending and widening several roads leading from the borough of Truro.

[no title]  HH/18/3/4  nd

Contents:
Act to empower trustees to make leases of Cornish estates during the respective minorities of the four infant sons of Thomas HAWKINS.

[no title]  HH/18/5  c.1760

Contents:
Act for repairing and widening the road from the Lostwithiel turnpike through Tregony to St. Just etc.

[no title]  HH/18/6  1760

Contents:
Act for repairing and widening the road from Davidstow through Mitchell to Wadebridge.

[no title]  HH/18/7  1767

Contents:
Act for erecting a pier at St. Ives.

[no title]  HH/18/8  1784

Contents:
Votes of the House of Commons.

[no title]  HH/18/9  1819

Contents:
Fourth Report from Select Committee on the London to Holyhead road.

[no title]  HH/18/10  1819

Contents:
Bill for "building additional churches in populous parishes".

[no title]  HH/18/11  1824

Contents:
(Poster) Prospectus for a turnpike road from St. Erth to Phillack.

MISCELLANEOUS  [no ref. or date]

[no title]  HH/19/1  3. 1.1744

Contents:
St. Gluvias: land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/2  5. 2.1744

Contents:
St. Gluvias: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/3  27. 2.1744

Contents:
Penryn: poor-rate: receipt

[no title or date]  HH/19/4

Contents:
Penryn: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/5  13. 4.1744

Contents:
Penryn: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/6  20. 9.1744

Contents:
Perranarworthal: church-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/7  25. 9.1744

Contents:
Penryn: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/8  1.10.1744

Contents:
- Land-tax receipt

[no title]  HH/19/9  3.10.1744

Contents:
Penryn land tax receipt

[no title]  HH/19/10  10.10.1744

Contents:
St. Gluvias: land tax receipt

[no title]  HH/19/11  15.10.1744

Contents:
- Church-rates receipt

[no title]  HH/19/12  16.10.1744

Contents:
Penryn: high rents paid by Christopher HAWKINS receipt

[no title]  HH/19/13  29.12.1744

Contents:
Penryn: land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/14  21. 3.1745

Contents:
Perranarworthal: poor-rates: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/15  2. 4.1745

Contents:
- Land and window taxes: receipts

[no title]  HH/19/16  1. 5.1745

Contents:
- Land tax

[no title]  HH/19/17  24. 5.1745

Contents:
St. Gluvias: church-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/18  24. 6.1745

Contents:
Penryn: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/19  11. 7.1745

Contents:
St. Gluvias: church-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/20  18. 7.1745

Contents:
- Composition for small tithes

[no title]  HH/19/21  20. 7.1745

Contents:
St. Gluvias: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/22  6. 8.1745

Contents:
Penryn: land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/23  7. 8.1745

Contents:
St. Gluvias: land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/24  12. 8.1745

Contents:
- Land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/25  22. 8.1745

Contents:
Penryn: church-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/26  25. 9.1745

Contents:
Penryn: poor-rate: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/27  3.10.1745

Contents:
St. Gluvias: land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/28  4.10.1745

Contents:
Penryn: land-tax: receipt

[no title]  HH/19/29  - 5.1743

Contents:
John MILLES's account of repairs to his house in Higher Treluswall, St. Gluvias.

[no title]  HH/19/30  3. 1.1744

Contents:
Thomas PIERCE's account to John WILLIAMS for reed.

[no title]  HH/19/31  16.4.1745

Contents:
Richard LAURANCE's account to John WILLIAMS for lime.

[no title]  HH/19/32  20.4.1745

Contents:
John PELLOWE's account to John WILLIAMS for work at Higher Treluswall.

[no title]  HH/19/33  20.4.1745

Contents:
John HALLS, mason, account to John WILLIAMS.

[no title]  HH/19/34  - 5.1745

Contents:
Bennet CUTBERT's account to John WILLIAMS for repairing house at Roskrowe in St. Gluvias.

[no title]  HH/19/35  10.6.1745

Contents:
Constantine THOMAS' account to John WILLIAMS for work at Higher Treluswall.

[no title]  HH/19/36  10.6.1745

Contents:
John TREDWEN's account to John WILLIAMS for carting at Higher Treluswall.

[no title]  HH/19/37  7.7.1745

Contents:
John SAYLDER's account to John WILLIAMS for reed.

[no title]  HH/19/38  14.6.1745

Contents:
Thomas ROGERS' account to John WILLIAMS for work done on the Pendarves monument.

[no title]  HH/19/39  1685

Contents:
(Copies) The charter of the borough of St. Ives.

[no title]  HH/19/40  nd

Contents:
(Copies) The charter of the borough of St. Ives.

[no title]  HH/19/41  1741

Contents:
St. Ives: list of voters.

[no title]  HH/19/42  1806

Contents:
Expenses of journey between St. Ives and London and back over the election of aldermen for St. Ives.

[no title]  HH/19/43  1812

Contents:
St. Ives: list of voters.

[no title]  HH/19/44  1817

Contents:
Manors of St. Ives and Treloyan.

[no title]  HH/19/45  1817

Contents:
St. Ives: list of voters

[no title]  HH/19/46  nd

Contents:
(Copy) Charter of the Duchy of Cornwall. II Edward III

[no title]  HH/19/47  18.11.1546

Contents:
Court decision in dispute over tithe of corn-mill in Helston.

[no title]  HH/19/48  1395/6

Contents:
Grant (1) John ALTHON
(2) William SCHERFORTH (canon of Glasney)
Messuage and garden in Penryn.

[no title]  HH/19/49  1581

Contents:
(Book) Arithmetica Petri Rami

[no title]  HH/19/50  nd

Contents:
(Copy) Elizabethan charter to the borough of Truro.

[no title]  HH/19/51  6.6.1616

Contents:
Bond (1) John TREVITHICK
(2) John RICHARDS

[no title]  HH/19/52  1628

Contents:
Letters Close to John PENROSE and Alexander MATHEW

[no title]  HH/19/53  1638

Contents:
Agreement between the mayor of Liskeard and the parish over tithes.

[no title]  HH/19/54  1649

Contents:
(Copy) Fine (1) Thomas PENROS
(2) Francis GODOLPHIN, John St. AUBYN
Lands in Ludgvan and St. Erth.

[no title]  HH/19/55  13.1.1679

Contents:
Assignment (1) Sir Joseph TREDENHAM
(2) Walter TREDENHAM
Part of a tenement in St. Ewe.

[no title]  HH/19/56  22.10.1687

Contents:
Affidavit by Thomas PIPER as to the practice of assessioning in Liskeard.

[no title]  HH/19/57  1652-1700

Contents:
St. Erth: Churchwarden's account-Book.

[no title]  HH/19/58  26.3.1711

Contents:
Lease (1) Sir William SCAWEN
(2) William TONKYN
Tenement in Vellenoweth Downs, St. Agnes.

[no title]  HH/19/59  10.8.1717

Contents:
Bond (1) William STEPHENS
(2) Thomas THOMAS

[no title]  HH/19/60  8.5.1729

Contents:
Lease (1) Chester NANCE
(2) Stepehn ROBARTS
House etc. at Mawla in Illogan.

[no title]  HH/19/61  1742

Contents:
Notice "Rules to be observed in the work-house at Market-jew".

[no title]  HH/19/62  19.4.1744

Contents:
Probate of will of Mary COLLINS of Redruth.

[no title]  HH/19/63  26.3.1750

Contents:
Lease (1) John RASHLEIGH of Menabilly
(2) John HEARLE
Tenement in St. Gluvias.

[no title]  HH/19/64  6.4.1751


Related information: (See HH/19/46)

Contents:
Letter regarding charter of Edward III to the Duchy

[no title]  HH/19/65  1758

Contents:
St. Mewan: list of composition for tithes.

[no title]  HH/19/66  1754-7

Contents:
"Miss Rowe's rent-rolls for lands in Truro, St. Agnes, St. Clement, and Baldhu".

[no title]  HH/19/67  9.3.1759

Contents:
(Copy) Mandate from the Privy Council to Lord Edgcumbe to arrest deserting seamen.

[no title]  HH/19/68  nd

Contents:
(Book) "Short and clear account of inoculating the smallpox"

[no title]  HH/19/69  4.11.1772

Contents:
"Rules and orders agreed on by an amicable society in Grampound"

[no title]  HH/19/70  11.12.1772

Contents:
The Hundred of Trigg: names of subscribers to support Mr. Praed.

[no title]  HH/19/71  29.11.1791

Contents:
(Printed) extract from General Letter from Canton - regarding Banca tin.

[no title]  HH/19/72  nd

Contents:
Fragment of music sheet ("found on board the Expedition Packet for the purpose of making cartridges when that vessel was retaken by Mr. J. B. Warren in April 1795")

[no title]  HH/19/73  nd

Contents:
(Printed) Advice to Electors on Bill to prevent Bribery and corruption in Elections.

[no title]  HH/19/74  nd

Contents:
Petition to Frederick, Prince of Wales, from the Stannators of Penwith and Kirrier against the Penryn petition for a coinage-town there.

[no title]  HH/19/75  nd

Contents:
The names of estates and parish values: St. Mewan.

[no title]  HH/19/76  nd

Contents:
Orders to be read and given to parents on the admission of their children into charity school.

[no title]  HH/19/77  1.11.1806

Contents:
(Copy) Election poll: borough of Penryn.

[no title]  HH/19/78  26.8.1811

Contents:
Apprenticeship indenture: James CLARKSON to Thomas PASCOE of Truro, shoemaker.

[no title]  HH/19/79  1807/8

Contents:
The Cornwall General Infirmary: List of Benefactors and Balance Sheet.

[no title]  HH/19/80  1824

Contents:
Note of the new line of railway from the Gannel Creek to Tonkin's Gate.

[no title]  HH/19/81  1832

Contents:
(Poster) Address to the Electors of Liskeard.

[no title]  HH/19/82  nd

Contents:
(Poster) Satirical note on the victory of the Whigs.

[no title]  HH/19/83  18.11.1550

Contents:
Sale (1) Sir Peter CAREW
(2) John LYALL
Land in Pancrasweek (Devon).

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