(For general information, see part 1, A through J:)
SURNAMES OF TESTATORS for Part 2:
Surnames beginning with the letters K through W are listed below. For surnames begining with the letters A through J, click here.
Kalinack, Kellway, Kent, Limbrey, Nekervis, Major, Michell, Ninnes, Noall, Osborne, Painter, Pares, Pascow, Paul, Pawley, Pearce, Penberthy, Penhellick, Perry, Peters, Phillips, Quick, Remfrey, Richards, Roberts, Roskruge, Roswall, Rowe, Sadler, Stevens, Thomas, Topp, Tremelling, Trenhayle, Tresise, Trewan, Treweeke, Trewhella, Trounsen, Turpyn, Tyack, Udey, Upcoat, Uren, Vivian, White, Williams, Wills, Winch.
WILLIAM KALINACK, of Paul
written: 4 Sep 1676
proved: 9 Feb 1676/7
daughter: JANE half acre plan in Polgrean held by lease from WILLIAM
KEIGWIN ESQ. & half a garden
joining with the Bosillinge green during her life, or her
husband JOHN JEFFRY during his
daughter: DORITYE one house in Boswinny als Paul Church town joining with the same tent. during her life, & 1 heifer of 2 years old
daughter: ELIZABETH 1 sh..
daughter: JONE 1 ewe & lamb
all my grandchildren: 1 sh. each
grandson: EDWARD 1 ewe & lamb
all my said children 1 sh. apiece
son: RICHARD my best pan
wife: JANE all the rest & executrix; after her death all to
sons: RICHARD & JOHN
GEORGE KELLWAY, of Uny Lelant
written: 22 Oct 1705
proved: 5 Sep 1706
son: WILLIAM KELLWAY tenement in Trevarrack in Uni Lelant for life
son: GEORGE KELLWAY tenement in Laity in Lelant for life of brother William and his life
daughter: JANE STEVENS 40 sh. per year if her husband CHRISTOPHER STEVENS
does not give my executor trouble; if he does, her share to be 12 d.
daughter: CATHERINE KELLWAY 40 L, 20 at marriage and 20 12 months after
daughter: MARGARET KELLWAY same as Catherine
if the daughters do not marry they shall have the interest on the 40 L which shall remain w/ the executors
sons: WILLIAM & GEORGE to have all the residue and to be executors
witnesses: JOHN BANFIELD, JOHN BANFIELD JUN, ALEXR. BANFIELD
FRANCES KENT, widow, of St. Erth
written: 15 Nov 1669
proved: 26 Feb 1669/70
brother: ANTHONY TERSISE 1 sh. & one old feather bed during his life,
afterwards to his daughter JOHAN MICHELL
"his seven children" 1 sh. apiece
brother: WALTER TERSISE 1 sh.
"his four children" 1 sh. apiece
brother JAMES TERSISE' three children 6 d. apiece
cousin: ROBERT HAMPTON 1 silver spoon
"his three children" 1 silver spoon apiece
THOMAS CHING 4 sh.
EDWARD HAMPTON s/o ROBERT HAMPTON all the rest & executor
CHRISTOPHER COCK the Elder, gent, to be guardian of the executor, a minor
Francis "X" Kent
witnesses: THOMAS COCK, KATHERINE ( ) TRANACK
Admon granted 20 February 1669 to CHRISTOPHER COCK of Helston, gent & BERNARD RANDALL gent. Inventory taken 2 December 1669 by THOMAS COCK gent & ROBERT HAMPTON.
WILLIAM LIMBERY, gent, of Zennor
written: 2 May 1714
proved: 19 May 1715
wife: SUSANNA 6 L. yearly from Kerrow in Zennor, household goods, etc.
son: WILLIAM LIMBERY debts forgiven, Estate called Pennance & 10 L.
son: VIVIAN LIMBERY debts forgiven, 1 sh.
father: JOHN LIMBERY, gent, decd.
daughter: AGNES w/o WILLIAM CHAMPEN of Penzance, cordwainer 5 L.
daughter: MARGERY w/o THOMAS CORNISH 1 sh.
grandchildren: 1 ewe each
eldest son: RICHARD LIMBERY all the rest & executor
witnesses: GEO VEALE, ROBERT ROACH
Vol. 2, p. 119
ROBERT MICHELL, gent., of Zennor
written: 14 Jan 1724
proved: 9 Mar 1724
sister: ANN HAWKING of St. Ives, widow 100 L.
cousin: DANIEL MICHELL (also "nephew") 10 L.|
cousin: SAMUEL MICHELL (also "nephew") 10 L.| sons of brother SAMUEL decd.
cousin: ROBERT MICHELL (also "nephew") 10 L.|
cousin: HANNA MICHELL the younger of Zennor 10 L.
cousin: MARY w/o HANIBALL CURNOW the younger 10 L.
ANN OSBORNE, widow, MARY ROBINS, spinster, GRACE ROBINS, spinster 20 sh. each
JOHN STEPHENS of the Borough of St. Ives, gent | lands in Zennor, St. Ives,
MATHEW PHILLIPPS of St. Erth, gent. | Madron, St. Just & Sancreed
JOHN DAVEYS of Perranuthnoe, gent. |
son: MATHEW MICHELL all the rest & executor
witnesses: ALEXNR. JAMES, JAMES HAWKING, WILLIAM POLMEAR, JANE HOCKEN
Vol. 6, p. 346
GEORGE NINES, fuller, of Lelant
written: 6 Apr 1731
proved: 26 Jun 1732
son: GEORGE 10 sh.
son: THOMAS 1 sh.
daughter: ELIZABETH STORKHOLE 10 L.
wife: (not named) all the rest
son: JOHN executor, and all the rest after wife's death
George ( ) Nines
witnesses: ANDREW HOSKING JR., THOS: HAWES
CHARLES NEKERVIS, tinner, of Morvah
written: 13 Jan 1753
proved: 16 Jan 1753
son: JOHN moiety of Stamps in Chyrose in St. Just in Penwith, house in
Keigwin in St. Just now in possession of JOHN RODDA,
20 L when 21
son: JAMES 20 L when 21, his life to be put on estate in CRESTALL in Linkinhorne
both sons to be maintained until age 16
daughter: JANE 20 L
daughter: LYDIER 20 L when 21 & to be maintained until 17
wife (not named) estate in Crestall
son: CHARLES all the rest & executor
brother: JAMES NEKERVIS guardian & executor in trust for son
friends: MATTHEW EDWARDS of Morvah, NICHOLAS WALLIS of Maddren (same as above)
witnesses: NICHOLAS LAWRY, JNO VINNICOMBE
Codicil gives provisions if any sons or daughters should die under age and unmarried
witnesses: CHESSEN TRENBAH, JNO VINNICOMBE
Vol. 4, p. 42
ELIZABETH NOALL, widow, of borough of St. Ives
written: 23 Oct 1748
proved: 6 May 1763
daughters: JANE NOALL & ELIZABETH NOALL 2 estates in Helesveor (now
possession of JOHN NOALL the younger & ALEXANDER NOALL at a yearly
son: SAMUEL NOALL ring which was a mourning ring my late husband wore for my late son SAMUEL NOALL
trustees for children in their minority: MR. JOHN MAUGHAM of Marazion, merchant, MR GEORGE TREWEEK of town of Penzance, apothecary, MR CHARLES WORTH the younger of borough of St. Ives.
witnesses: ANTHO: ROSKRUGE, BRIDGET. VIVIAN
6 May 1763 Admon with will annexed granted to ELIZABETH now wife of JAS. EDWARDS one of the daughters of the deceased, with reservation for JANE now wife of RICHARD RICHARDS when she take it upon herself.
Vol. 8, p. 325
SAMUEL NOALL, merchant, of borough of St. Ives
written: 1 May 1727
proved: 13 Feb 1730/1
wife: JANE kitchen & chamber above same; bedding, 1 guinea in gold to
buy a ring
son-in-law: THOMAS WORTH & CATHERINE his wife 1 guinea in gold each
son-in-law: THOMAS BONYTHON & JANE his wife 1 guinea in gold each
son-in-law: PETER BARBER & CICSLY his wife 1 guinea in gold each
grandson: THOMAS WORTH 50 L sterling when 21
granddaughter: JANE BONYTHON 50 L sterling when 21
all grandchildren (except above) 5 sh. each
sister: ELIZABETH BUSSOE 1 guinea in gold
son: JOHN NOALL all the rest & executor
witnesses: J. BETTESWORTH, HESTER BETTESWORTH, ELIZA DAVIES
Vol. 9, p. 255
MARY OSBORNE, widow, of Zennor
written: 27 Oct 1715
proved: 26 Jul 1716
son: JOHN OSBORNE 20 sh.
sons: CHARLES OSBORNE & RALPH OSBORNE 12 L. apiece
daughter: ELIZABETH REED 12 d.
grandson: MATTHEW s/o JOHN OSBORNE 5 sh.
granddaughter: MARY d/o JOHN OSBORNE 5 sh.
grandson: JOHN s/o CHARLES OSBORNE great pann & 1 sh.
every other grandchild: 12 d. apiece
MARGARET w/o CHARLES OSBORNE best gown
daughter: CONSTANCE all the rest & executrix
Mary ( ) Osborne
witnesses: MARY EDDY, ARTHUR BERRYMAN
Vol. 3, p. 50
MATTHEW OSBRON, yeoman, of Zennor
written: 4 Sep 1709
proved: 9 Mar 1715
brother: BERNARD OSBRON 5 L & best suit of woolen clothes
THOMAS RICHARDS of Zennor 1 cow, 1 suit of woolen clothes
MARY RICHARDS of Zennor 10 L., 1 cow, 2 pans, bed
ANN d/o JOHN QUICK of Zennor 40 L. paid on her marriage day
ANN w/o JOHN QUICK of Zennor 1 gold ring
brothers & sisters (not named) 1 sh. apiece
grandson: JOHN QUICK of Zennor all the rest & executor
Matthew ( ) Osbron
witnesses: ROBERT CURNOW, MARY HARRIS
DAVID PAINTER, gent, of Towednack
written: 12 May 1623
proved: 31 Jul 1623
poor of St. Erth 3 sh.
poor of Gwinear 3 sh.
poor of Towednack 3 sh.
eldest son: JOHN PAINTER 12 d.
daughter: ELINOR 20 L at her marriage if she surrender title to Amilwin Vean
daughter: ALICE 20 L at her marriage (same conditions)
daughter: JOANE 16 L
daughter: ANNE RANDALL 6 L
servant: JAMES RICHARDS ewe & lamb
servant: PENELOPE ewe & lamb
son: WILLIAM my gold ring, and to occupy the Lady Downs
daughter: FLORANCE RANDALL bushell & half of barley
children of FLORENCE & ANNE RANDALL 4 d. apiece
JULIAN d/o JOHN PAINTER 1 heifer
wife & son WILLIAM all the rest & executors
witnesses: JOHN ( ) MARTIN, GEORGE ( ) WI_____, JACOB: TREWHELA
Inventory taken 28 July 1623 by JAMES CARPENTER & JOHN BILES
JANE PAINTER, of Towednack
14 March 1678, Admon granted to JANE PAINTER, daughter. Bondsmen JANE PAINTER, spinster, of Towednack; ROBERT CORNOW, of Towednack & JOHN WOOLCOCK, yeoman, of Towednack.
Administration account dated 21 Jun 1680 by JANE PAINTER, administratrix of
the deceased mentions money paid out to MATHEW STEVEN, THOMAS CORNOW, RICHARD
UREN and ROBERTE CORNOW, all listed as brothers-in-law of the administratrix.
Listed at the bottom in Latin are KATHERINE, ELIZABETH, SIBELLA and JOAN, dd/o
PETER PAINTER, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 8 Apr 1670 (nuncupative)
proved: 20 Jun 1671
daughter: CATHERIN w/o ROBERT CORNOW of Towednack 1 sh.
daughter: JANE PAINTER 1 sh.
daughter: ELIZABETH PAINTER 1 sh.
daughter: SIBELLA w/o MATHEW STEVENS 1 sh.
daughter: MAUDLYN PAINTER 1 sh.
daughter: JONE PAINTER 1 sh.
wife: JANE PAINTER all the rest & executrix
witnesses: ROBART CORNOW, MATHEW STEVENS
Inventory taken 5 (sic) April 1670 by EDMON EUREN and MATHEW STEEVENS.
WILLIAM PAINTER, of Towednack
written: 21 Jan 1634/5
proved: 20 Feb 1634/5
parish church of Towednack 10 sh.
poor of Towednack 10 sh.
kinswoman: AMY d/o JOHN RANDALL ?? & some sheep
JOHN s/o ANN JENNINGS 10 L when 21
JULIAN w/o HENRY ODGERS 10 L
servant: JOHN MARKE 5 L?
servant: JAMES FAGAV? 18 d.
servant: PENELOPE 12 d.
godchildren 3 d. each
parish church of Gwinear 2 sh.
JAMES & AMY ch/o THOMAS RANDALL 13 ?? apiece
"LAWRENCE their brother" 6 d.
wife: MARGARET 30 L
son: DAVID 20 L & use of my tents. in Amilwin, Amilveor, Ladye Downs & others
sister: ELINOR 18 d.
sisters: ALICE & JANE __???
executors: wife MARGARET & THOMAS CORNOW her father
overseers: JOHN PARSONS, THOMAS CORNOW JUR.
witnesses: ??? ( ) WEARNE, BENJ. NINES, THOMAS GEELLES, JOHN ( ) PARSONS, JAMES TREWHELA
Inventory taken 12 Feb 1634/5 by JOHN PARSON, THOMAS BILES, THOMAS CORNOW JUN.
NICHOLAS PARES, of Ludgvan
written: 14 Nov 1623
proved: 9 Jun 1624
wife: ELIZABETH 7 L
daughter: JANE 4 L
son: HENRY 3 L 10 sh.
son: JAMES 3 L 10 sh.
son: ROBERT all the rest & executor
witnesses: ELIZABETH PEARES, ROBERT PEARES, HENRY NICHOLAS
BENNETT PASCOW, husbandman, of Phillack
written: 14 Dec 1633
proved: 7 Feb 1633/4
poor of Phillack 10 sh.
GREGORIE PHILLIPS, rector of Phillack 10 sh. for forgotten tithes
daughter: ALICE ANGOVE 1 cow or 6 sh., and 1 pann
daughter-in-law: ELIZABETH (helped to divide the goods)
grandson: ERASMUS PASCOW 13 L 6 sh. 8 d. when 21
grandson: RICHARD PASCOW 6 L 13 sh. 4 d. when 21
rest of grandchildren 5 sh. each
daughter-in-law: KATHREN PASCOW 10 sh.
brother: JOHN 12 d. apiece to each of his children
sister (not named) 12 d. apiece to her children
godchildren 12 d. apiece
servant: MARGARET JENKING 2 sh. 6 d.
servant: WILLIAM ADAM 1 suit of my apparel
son: ERASMUS PASCOW all the rest & executor
Benet ( ) Pascow
witnesses: GREGORY PHILLIPS, rector; WILLIAM ADAM
codicil on 19 December 1633 witnessed by JOHN COSWINE & MARGARET JENKING
Inventory 22 January 1633/4 by JOHN NICCELL & JEFFRIE GARTRELL. Date of death given as 6 December (sic) 1633.
JOHN PAULE, husbandman, of Towednack
written: 31 Dec 1658
proved: 12 Aug 1662
sister: ELIZABETH w/o JAMES PENTYER
grandchildren: PAULE, MATHEW, JAMES & EDNA c/o FFRANCES QUICKE 20 sh. each
nephew: LOARE PENTYER 1 heifer yearling
son-in-law: FFRANCES QUICKE 1 cow which was with WILLIAM HARRIE at hire
daughter: ELIZABETH w/o FFRANCES QUICKE 1 black heifer of 3 years
grandson: ISERILL QUICKE all the rest & executor
John ( ) Paule
witnesses: PETER "P" PAYNTER, WILLIAM PARSONS
Inventory 20 April 1662 by WILLIAM STEEPHENS & THOMAS PHILLIPPS of Zennor, yeomen
HENRY PAWLEY, husbandman, of Uny Lelant
written: 9 Feb 1620
proved: 9 Apr 1621
grandchild: PRUDENCE PAWLEY d/o my son STEPHEN PAWLEY 10 sh.
grandchild: d/o my son JOHN PAWLEY 10 sh.
grandchild: ALCE HAWKE d/o my daughter FFLORANCE 5 sh.
daughter: JANE PAWLEY | all the rest &
daughter: BETRICE PAWLEY | executrixes
witnesses: STEPHEN PAWLEY
HUGH PAWLEY, gentleman, of Uny Lelant
written: 24 Nov 1673
proved: 29 Apr 1674
each of my children (not named)
each of my grandchildren (not named)
great grandchild: WM. MASON
daughter: PRUDENCE BOSVARGUS
daughter-in-law: JUDETH PAWLEY
kinsman: JAMES PRAED of Trevethow, Esq.
witnesses: HENRY EDWARDS, ARTHUR EDWARDS
STEPHEN PAWLEY, of Uny Lelant
written: 24 May 1626
proved: 26 Apr 1636
son: HUGH PAWLEY silver plate, my best pans, 1 of my best crocks,
bedstead and furnishings, best brown cow, household goods
brother: THOMAS PAWLEY (deceased)
other children: (not named) 20 sh. each
wife: MARGERY all the rest & executrix
witnesses: J. PRAED, R. HICKES
Inventory taken 4 Feb 1635/6 by JOHN USTICKE, EDWARD POLKINHORNE and RICHARD ANGWIN.
STEPHEN PAWLEY, Gent, of Gwithian
written: 31 Marc 1655
proved: 5 Feb 1660
poor of Gwithian 2 ewes
poor of Lelant 2 ewes
wife: ELIZABETH 10 sh. yearly, 10 sheepe, heifer of 1 year
daughter: ANN GUMMO 3 L
HENRY GUMMO'S 2 children 20 sh apiece
son: JAMES 10 L
daughter: JANE 13 L 6 sh 8 d
son: JOHN PAULY all the rest & executor
Stephen "SP" Pawley
witnesses: WILLIAM STEVENS, HENRY COCK, FFRANCIS ( ) HOCKIN
Inventory 4 February 1660 by FFRANCIS HOCKIN & BENNETT COCK
JOHN PEARSE, of Lelant
16 January 1637, admon granted to ELLINORA PEARSE, mother. Bondsman, WALTER MILL of St. Ives. Inventory taken 24 March 1636/7 by JOHN HAWRIE, yeoman, and WILLIAM KELWAY.
HENRY PENBERTHY, yeoman, St. Just in Penwith
written: 15 Feb 1711
daughter: ANN 40 L. at age 21
daughter: ELIZABETH 40 L. at age 21
WILLIAM s/o my brother WILLIAM PENBERTHY 5 sh.
wife: KATHERINE 5 L. when son is 21 & executrix
son: HENRY co-executor
brothers: CHRISTR. PENBERTHY,
WILLIAM PENBERTHY |
brother-in-law: CHRISTOPHER HARRY | to be guardians
cousin?: ARTHUR GONDALL s/o STEPHEN GONDALL 5 sh.
cousin: SIBELLA PENBERTHY 5 sh.
cousin: MARTIN ESTICK 5 sh.
witnesses: MARY USTICK, EPHRM. WAYMOUTH
JAMES PENBERTHY, yeoman, of Lelant
written: 12 Aug 1718
proved: 25 feb 1718/9
son: JOHN 20 L.
son: JAMES tent. of land called Penbeagle in boro of St. Ives
daughter: MARY w/o WM. MITCHELL of Uny Lelant 20 L.
daughter: HONOR w/o RICHARD WHITE of Uny Lelant 20 L.
daughter: PATIENCE w/o CHRISTOPHER HOSKYN of Uny Lelant 20 L.
"all my grandchildren"
son: WILLIAM all the rest & executor
witnesses: SAMUEL NOALL, GEORGE KELLWAY, JNO NOALL
WILLIAM PENBERTHY, yeoman, of Treworra, Lelant
written: 4 Apr 1729
proved: 19 Feb 1729/30
brother: LEWIS PENBERTHY my half of the tent. in Trewartha
brother: JOHN 20 L.
brother ISAAK'S children my whole estate of houses in St. Ives town
sister: ELIZABETH w/o CLEMENT WILLIAMS 5 L.
brother: ISAAC all the rest & executor
William ( ) Penberthy
witnesses: WILL THOMAS, WILL. PENBERTHY, ELIZABETH ( ) WHITE
WILLIAM PENBERTHY, yeoman, of St. Hilary
written: 1 Jun 1736
proved: 21 Jun 1736
servant: SYMON PENBERTHY 5 L.
wife: ANN 10 L. yearly out of tent called Tremoo or Tregurthan or Penberthy
brother: HENRY 5 L.
brother: STEPHEN 5 L.
daughters: JANE & MARY all the rest & executrixes
(wife & two brothers guardians)
witnesses: THOMAS CURGENVEN, CORDELIA ( ) ROW, WILLIAM TOOKER
Vol. 12, p. 70
THOMAS PENHILLOCK, gent, of Helston
written: 1 Feb 1635/6 (nuncupative)
proved: 30 Jun 1636
daughter: JANE PENHILLOCK w/o CHRISTOPHER COCK 6 L. 13 sh. 4 d.
daughter: ANN PENHILLOCK w/o WILLIAM SQUIRE 6 L. 13 sh. 4 d.
daughter: SUSAN PENHELLOCK all the rest & executor
witness: ROBERT JAGO
Inventory 22 May 1636 by JUSTINIAN ( ) PEDWELL & WILLIAM BOWDEN
GEORGE PERRY, yeoman, of Zennor
written: 2 Mar 1722
proved: 3 Oct 1723
brother: DANIEL PERRY 1 sh.
sister: HONNOR GLASSON 1 sh.
sister: ALICE STONE 1 sh.
eldest daughter: MARY PERRY a pied heifer of 10 years old
youngest daughter: ALICE PERRY 2 ewes & 5 lambs
wife: LOUDEY all the rest & executrix
George ( ) Perry
witnesses: RICHARD LEMBREY, RICHARD LEMBEY
Vol. 6, p. 143
JOHN PEETTERS, tinner, of Uny Lelant
written: 18 Oct 1682
proved: 16 Jan 1682/3
sister: SEBELLA NICOLL
"her son" (Sebella's): MARTEN
sister: MARY w/o THOMAS EDWARDS
"his daughter" (Phillip's): JANE PEETTERS
DORCAS w/o WM EDWARDS of Lelant & her son JOHN
WM. & ANN s & d/o the foresaid WM EDWARDS
MARY & DORCAS dd/o the foresaid WM EDWARDS
MARGERY PEARSE of Lelant
HENERY EVA of Lelant
WM EDWARDS all the rest & executor
witnesses: RICHARD "R R" REYNOLDS, JOHN "R" REYNOLDS,
JAMES ( ) HOSKINGS
ROBERT PETER, yeoman, of Lelant
written: 26 Mar 1716
proved: 25 Feb 1718
son: ROBERT PETER 10 L., all my wearing apparel, field in Leivenans
death of wife)
wife: ALICE PETER
daughter: JANE w/o STEPHEN HARRY of Lelant 10 L. & small field (after death
of wife and son)
son-in-law: JOHN CHRISTOPHER 20 sh.
wife ALICE & son ROBERT all the rest & executors
Robert ( ) Peter
witnesses: JAMES COREY, THOMAS ANTHONY
Vol. 4, p. 218
FRANCIS PHILLIPS, yeoman, of Zennor
written: 6 Sep 1696
proved: 4 Jun 1697
wife: JANE PHILLIPS bed & bedstead
son: ROBERT PHILLIPS 5 sh.
daughter: JONE PHILLIPS 40 sh. "provided she goe from me to live & not otherwise"
daughter: JANE w/o ZACHARIAS CURNOW of Towednack 2 sh.
daughter: ELIZABETH PHILLIPS 2 sh.
daughter: MARY w/o THOMAS UDEY of Zennor 2 sh.
daughter: ALICE w/o MARTIN TRWHILLA of Towednack 2 sh.
daughter: ANNE w/o EDMOND PAULL of Gulval 2 sh.
each of my grandchildren 1 sh. 6 d.
son: FFRANCIS PHILLIPS all the rest & executor
witnesses: ROBERT CURNOW, MATTHEW TREWHILLA
Inventory 26 December 1696 by JOHN SWEETE & ROBERT MICHELL JUNR. of Zennor & ROBERT CURNOW of Towednack.
JACOB PHILLIPPS of Gulval
written: 22 Jan 1715/6
proved: 28 Feb 1716/7
wife: SARAH PHILLIPPS 1 feather bed etc. & maintenance
son: JACOB PHILLIPPS 2 tents. which I hold in Rosemerrow in Gulval when 21
daughter: ANN PHILLIPPS 10 L + 100 L + 1 guinea in gold when 23
daughter: FRANCES PHILLIPPS 10 L + 90 L when 21
son: WILLIAM PHILLIPS tent. of Boskreege in Gulval when 21 & 40 L when 20
"if my wife be with child" (provision made for child)
eldest son: SAMUEL PHILLIPPS all the rest & executor
guardians: wife SARAH; brothers HENRY PHILLIPPS & SAMUEL PHILLIPPS of Gulval, yeomen; HENRY MICHELL of Penzance, cordwainer
witnesses: WILLIAM MICHELL, HEN: CURNOWE JR.
Vol. 3, p. 203
JAMES PHILLIPS of Zennor
written: 15 Sep 1645
proved: 4 Jun 1645
wife: ALCE | to pay 20 L I do owe to _______
son: MATTHEW | (name crossed out; unreadable)
daughter: JANE (son and daughter both unmarried)
poor of Phillack 2 sh. 10 d.
poor of Zennor 2 sh.
godchildren 12 d. apiece
mentions tent. of Boswednick
James "X" Phillips
witnesses: THO: ABBOTT, LEWIS HAPLE?, HUMP: THOMAS
Inventory 2 Jun 1646 by JOHN WOOLLCOCKE (JOHN WOLCOCKE) & THOMAS QUICK (THOMAS "T" QUICKE)
JOHN PHILLIP of Zennor
No admon extant. Index lists probate as January 1639/40.
Inventory taken 16 October 1639 by RICHARD DAVYE and ARTHUR BER(IMAN)
MATTHEW PHILLIPPS, of Zennor
written: 13 Oct 1628
proved: 29 Oct 1628
FRANCIS s/o JOHN PHILLIPPS 20 sh.
MATHEW s/o JAMES PHILLIPPS 20 sh.
son: THOMAS PHILLIPPS' 3 children: HENRY, JANE & MATHEW 20 sh. apiece
goddaughter: JUDITH SWEETE 20 sh.
ROBERT MICHELL 10 sh.
son: JAMES PHILLIPPS bond due of 10 L forgiven
"ALICE his daughter" 20 sh.
daughter: PHILLIPPA BISHOPP 40 L & executor
all the rest to be divided among my four children JOHN PHILLIPPS, THOMAS PHILLIPPS, JAMES PHILLIPPS, PHILLIPPA BISHOPP
witnesses: SAMUEL SWEETE clerk, ROBERT MICHELL, JAMES PHILLIPP
First copy of the will omits the name of JAMES PHILLIPPS as one of the
children. Another copy is corrected. Inventory taken 17 October 1628 by JOHN PAYNE gent, and JOHN PARSONS husbandman. A second inventory taken 17 December 1628 by GEORGE PILE and JOHN BOOSE. Depositions of witnesses taken 15 November 1628 include the following descriptions: SAMUEL SWEETE of Zennor age 38, ROBERT MICHELL of Zennor age 45, and JAMES PHILLIPPS (son of the deceased), age 30
ROBERT PHILLIPS, yeoman, of Zennor
written: 20 Sep 1696
proved: 20 Oct 1697
daughter: JANE PHILLIPS 5 L. when 21
son: ROBERT PHILLIPS 5 L. when 21
daughter: SENOBEY PHILLIPS 5 L. when 21
wife: MARGARET PHILLIPS |
son: GABRELL PHILLIPS | all the rest & executors
witnesses: DAVID EDDYE, FFRANCES PHILLIPES, JOHN "X" EDDYE
THOMAS PHILLIP, husbandman, of Zennor
written: 10 Nov 1642
proved: 4 Dec 1645
"being prest for the wars in the King's Majestie's service, doubting of my return"
brother: JAMES PHILLIP 6 d.
sister: JANE PHILLIP 6 d.
sister: PASKUS DANYELL 6 d.
MARY her daughter 2 sh. 6 d.?
WILLIAM DANYELL 2 sh. 6 d.
ELIZABETH DANYELL her daughter 2 sh. 6 d.
SIBELL DAVY "for the natural love & affection I bear unto her" all my right in Busswednack until after the death of my mother ELIZABETH PHILLIPS; also all the rest & executrix
Thomas ( ) Phillips
witnesses: SAM: SWEETE, vicar, JOHN ( ) PHILLIP, GEORGE ( ) THOMAS
Inventory 25 November 1645 by JAMES PHILLIPS & NICHOLAS HOSKIN
BENEDICT QUICK, miller, of St. Ives
written: 18 Aug 1765
proved: 13 Nov 1765
3 daughters: MARY, PRUDENCE & PATIENCE QUICK
(dau. PRUDENCE to have less if she marries WILLIAM s/o PATIENCE DANIEL)
daughter MARY executrix
Vol. 9, p. 297
HENRY QUICK, tinner, of Ludgvan
written: 20 Jun 1725
proved: 29 Apr 1730
son: JAMES 1 sh.
son: WILLIAM 1 sh.
son: THOMAS 1 sh.
son: EDWARD 1 sh.
daughter: ELIZABETH 1 sh.
daughter: JANE 1 sh.
daughter: MARY 1 sh.
son: PAUL 1 sh.
son: RICHARD 1 sh.
son: JOHN 1 sh.
wife: JANE all the rest & executrix
(three youngest children are under the age of 10)
Henry ( ) Quicke
witnesses: HAN: CURNOW, WILLIAM ( ) QUICKE, PAULL QUICK
Vol. 9, p. 122
ISAAC QUICK, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 23 Dec 1750
proved: 9 Jul 1751
son: MATHEW QUICK 5 L.
daughter: ELIZABETH w/o ROBERT HUMPHRY 3 L.
daughter: SUSANNA QUICK 10 L. on her marriage day
daughter: MARY QUICK 5 L.
wife: SUSANNA QUICK maintenance
sons: ISAAC and HENRY QUICK all the rest & executors
Isaac ( ) Quick
witnesses: JOHN MICHELL, JAMES QUICK, ELIZABETH QUICK
Vol. 3, p. 264
JAMES QUICK, yeoman, of St. Ives
written: 17 Nov 1765
proved: 9 Dec 1765
daughter MARY w/o JAMES QUICK of Towednack
daughters: ANN & JANE, spinsters
sons: ANDREW & PAUL
sons: ISRAEL QUICK & ROBERT QUICK
Vol. 9, p. 309
JAMES QUICK, yeoman, of Burza? in Towednack
written: 13 Feb 1795
proved: 16 May 1795
grandson: JOHN s/o JAMES (not 21)
daughter: ANN QUICK
daughter: CATHERINE w/o Israel Quick, joiner
daughter: MARY w/o ROGER RENODIN
daughter: ALICE QUICK
daughter ELIZABETH w/o JAMES QUICK
son: WILLIAM executor
Vol. 19, p. 387
JOHN QUICK, gent, of Zennor
written: 10 Sep 1784
proved: 16 Sep 1784
son-in-law: JAMES EVE
son-in-law: DIONISIAS WILLIAMS
daughter: WILMOT w/o JAMES EVE
daughter: ANN w/o DIONISIAS WILLIAMS
son-in-law & nephew: JAMES QUICK of Zennor
daughter: MARY w/o JAMES QUICK
grandson: JOHN QUICK s/o JAMES QUICK
Vol. 16, p. 253
MARGARET QUICK, widow, of St. Ives
written: 12 Dec 1782
proved: 12 May 1785
daughter: JANE w/o WILLIAM STEVENS of Zennor
daughter: MARGARET w/o MATTHEW QUICK of St. Ives
daughter: MARY w/o JOHN THOMAS of St. Ives
son: JOHN of St. Ives
daughter MARGARET executor
Vol. 16, p. 355
MATTHEW QUICK, yeoman, of Hendra, St. Ives
written: 20 Mar 1785
proved: 1 May 1785
grandchildren, ch/o 2 daughters, MARGARET w/o JOHN MAJOR & JANE w/o
grandson: MATHEW MAJOR
"his aunt" (Mathew Major's): JANE HILL
grandson: HENRY MAJOR
wife: MARGARET QUICK executor
Vol. 16, p. 354
RICHARD QUICK, yeoman, of Ludgvan
written: 5 Jul 1719
proved: 14 Sep 1719
son: JOHN QUICK 1 sh.
son: PETER QUICK 1 sh.
daughter: CONSTANCE QUICK 1 sh.
wife: ALICE QUICK all the rest & executrix
brother-in-law: RALPH WILLIAMS guardian
witnesses: JOHN WILLIAMS, JOHN ( ) QUICK
Vol. 4, p. 375
THOMAS QUICK, cordwainer, of St. Ives
written: 7 Aug 1767
proved: 27 Apr 1769
daughter: PRUDENCE w/o JOHN PAYNTER of St. Ives, mason
daughter: ANN QUICK
daughter: JANE w/o FRANCIS MAJOR of St. Ives, tinner
granddaughter: JANE JAMES
wife: JANE executrix
Vol. 10, p. 465
THOMAS QUICK, yeoman, of Zennor
written: 10 Feb 1790
proved: 1 May 1799
eldest daughter: ELIZABETH w/o WILLIAM LAWRY of Morvah
2nd daughter: MARY w/o WILLIAM THOMAS of Treen, Zennor
3rd daughter: ANN w/o ARTHUR BERRYMAN JR. of Zennor
each of my grandchildren
wife: ELIZABETH executrix
Vol. 22, p. 289
WILLIAM QUICK, of Towednack
written: 6 Apr 1771
proved: 8 May 1772
daughter: ELIZABETH QUICK
"her younger brother" (not named)
brothers: JOHN & THOMAS of Zennor
Vol. 11, p. 309
WILMOT QUICK, widow, of Towednack
written: 17 May 1764
proved: 19 May 1778
son-in-law: JOHN QUICK of Zennor
daughter: JANE w/o ROBERT MICHELL JR. of Zennor
granddaughter: WILMOT QUICK d/o son-in-law JOHN QUICK
grandson: PAUL QUICK s/o son PAUL QUICK
grandson: JOHN QUICK s/o son JOHN QUICK
granddaughter: ANN QUICK d/o son ROBERT QUICK
grandson: JAMES s/o son JAMES QUICK
son: ROBERT executor
Vol. 12, p. 214
NICHOLAS REMFREY, of Kenwyn
written: 11 Apr 1627
proved: 30 May 1627
sister: KATHERYNE REMFREY 10 sh.
GUIDO REMFREY c/o BONIFACE REMFREY my brother 1 hogett & 1 lamb
JOHN s/o JOHN COCKE of Buss___ my brother-in-law 1 young ewe
goddaughter: ARMINELL REMFREY 1 young ewe
godson: JOHN H_____ 12 d.
goddaughter at Tregowe 12 d.
RICHARD s/o ALEXANDER DANYELL of Carwinack 12 d.
his son THOMAS DANYELL 12 d.
THOMAS s/o JOHN HINDRA als PENNANCE 12 d.
daughter: MARGERY my right & interest in Whele Pennance & Whele Desyentle & the sum of 50 L. She to be in the care of my executor, and to receive the 50 L when she is 16 years of age. If she die before age 16, the money to go to the executor. If the executor remarries, the 50 L to be held by ROGER HAMBLY of Kenwyn & brother-in-law ROBERT HUSBAND.
brother: BONIFACE REMFREY my second best breeches
sister: ALLICE w/o JOHN COCKE 1/2 ? of reede
brother: EDWARD REMFREY 1 ewe sheep
sister: JANE 6 d.
sister: MAUDE REMFREY 12 d.
wife: FRANCES REMFREY all the rest & executrix
overseers: aforesaid good friends ROGER HAMBLY & ROBERT HUSBAND
Nicholas ( ) Remfrey
witnesses: JACOBB DANYELL; RICHARD "R" DANYELL, s/o ALEXR. DANYELL; PHILLIP ( ) SENYE?; JANE "P" PENWARNE; KATH. "R" REMFREY
Inventory 26 May 1627 by THOMAS CORNISH & DEGORY LAMERTEN
JAMES RICHARD, of Illogan
written: 2 Nov 1733
proved: 9 May 1734
wife: mentioned but not named
eldest son: JAMES RICHARD (unmarried) 10 L a year and a horse he bought of RICHARD BOWDEN
daughter: CONSTANCE RICHARDS 100 L when she marries
youngest son: CHARLES RICHARDS various tents. of land
2nd son: JOHN RICHARDS all the rest & executor
witnesses: RICHARD CRASE, MARGARET ( ) IVEY, SUSANNA ( ) EPLAT
HUMFRY ROBBARTS, of Phillack
written: no date given
proved: 7 Feb 1633/4
maintenance of Phillack Church 3 sh.
maintenance of Camborne Church 3 sh.
RENNAD COCK & his two children 3 sh.
BENNET COCK & his son 2 sh.
RICEHOW COCK 5 sh.
THOMAS COCK 5 L.
CHRESSON TOYE 1 sh.
her children 1 sh. apiece
ELIZABETH PERE 1 sh.
her children 1 sh. apiece
SESSLE ROBBBART 1 sh.
JOHN HABFEN? 1 __
GORG LEPE 5 sh.
ROBBART LEPE his five children 1 sh. apiece
WILLIAM ADDAM his son 1 sh.
WILLIAM LEBE 1 __
ROBBART CRASE 1 __
ELLEN WHITE 1 __
overseers: ROBBARD LEBE & JEFFRY GARTRELL
witnesses: ROBBART LEBE, JEFFREY GARTRELL
Inventory taken 4 Feb 1633/4 by ROBBART LEBE & JEFFRY GARTRELL
JOHN ROBERTS, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 28 Apr 1709
proved: 9 Mar 1715
wife: EMBLEM fourth part of a tent. in Embla, 2 cows, 1 crock, 1 pan,
son: RICHARD 2 cows, 10 sheep
daughter: ZENOBIA w/o JAMES WOOLLCOCK 40 sh.
daughter: JANE w/o DAVID CURNOW 40 sh.
son: JOHN ROBERTS all the rest & executor
witnesses: ROBERT CURNOW, PETER CURNOW, JOHN PETER
Vol. 2, p. 278
JOHN ROBERTS, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 15 Jan 1757
proved: 12 May 1759
daughter: MARY COCK 1 sh.
son: RICHARD ROBERTS 1 sh.
daughter: ANN THOMAS 1 sh.
son: THOMAS ROBERTS 1 sh.
wife: MARY ROBERTS all the rest & executrixo
witnesses: CHRISTOPHER MICHELL, MATTHEW QUICK, HONOUR ( ) HOSKING
Vol. 7, p. 67
RICHARD ROBERTS als. TREVERNAN, of Gwithian
written: 27 May 1609
proved: 3 Mar 1624/5
RICHARD s/o WILLIAM WHITA a ewe & lamb
JOHN CARTHEW'S children 1 ewe, five lambs between them
daughter: MAUDE 5 L
daughter: MARY 5 L
son: THOMAS | estate in Trevernan
eldest son: JOHN | all the rest & executors
overseers: JOHN TREMAINE, vicar of St. Paul; neighbors & kinsmen, good
friends: JAMES NICHOLLS & JOHN WILLIAM of Tolsethen
Richard ( ) Roberts als Trevernan
witnesses: ____ ( ) TREMEANE, JAMES NICHOLLS als. TRYLYSTEN, JOHN WILLIAM
Inventory of RICHARD ROBERTS als JENKIN, tinner, taken 2 December 1624 by HUMFRIE WILLIAMS & JOHN WILLIAM.
JOHN ROSKRUKE, gentleman, of Anthony (in Meneage)
written: 26 Aug 1605
proved: 3 Oct 1605
wife: ELLENOR 50 L.
daughter: CHRISTIAN 100 L.
daughter: JANE EDWARDS 4 L.
GRACE PAYNTER 40 sh.
ANN ROSKRUKE d/o ANTHONY ROSKRUKE 3 L.
ELNOR ROSKRUKE d/o ANTHONY ROSKRUKE 3 L.
JAEN EDWARDS the younger 40 sh.
HENRY EDWARDS 40 sh.
ANN EDWARDS 40 sh.
poor of St. Anthony 5 sh.
son: ANTHONY ROSKRUKE all the rest & executor
witnesses: ROBERT EDBROOKE, THOMAS SPENSER, WILLIA COWLIN
Inventory taken 16 September 1605 by THOMAS EDWARDS, WILLIAM COWLING, JOHN
CHINOWETH & ISACKE JOHN
ANDREW ROSWALL, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 9 Oct 1680
proved: 23 Nov 1680
6 daughters: CHESTON, MARY, MARGERY, WELLMOTT, ANN & ELIZABETH 20
sister: MARY w/o HUGH ROSEMENEWES 20 L. and her husband shall have nothing to do with it, but it shall be for the good of my sister and her son
wife: MARY the main profit of the land I hold in Uny Lelant, St. Just & Towednack
brother: JAMES ROSWALL my wearing apparel
his 2 children (not named) 12 d. apiece
father (not named) 12 d.
godchildren: 12 d. apiece
ROBERT COUCH, gent. for making my will 10 sh.
wife MARY all the rest & executrix
Andrew "A R" Roswall
witnesses: FFRANCIS ARUNDELL JUN., ROB. COUCH
RICHARD ROWE, of Zennor
written: 24 May 1637
proved: 24 July 1637
church of Zennor for my burial: 3 sh 4 d.
godson: RICHARD s/o WILLIAM LEGOW 1 ewe lamb
Vicar of Zennor for tithes forgotten 3 sh 4 d.
"his son" (ie; the Vicar's): LEWIS SWEETE 1 ewe
sister: MARGERY w/o ROGER CHRISTOPHER 1 heifer of 12 months old, colored black
NICHOLAS s/o said ROGER CHRISTOPHER 1 ewe
goddaughter: MARGARETT d/o said ROGER 1 sh
rest of the children of said ROGER 6 d. apiece
godchildren 6 d. apiece
HENRY s/o WILLIAM THOMAS 1 lamb
THOMAS s/o JOHN PHILLIPS my brother-in-law 1 lamb
daughter: JAQUITH 12 L when 20
daughter: ZENOBIA 12 L when 20
"their mother my wife"
son: RICHARD (under age 21) all the rest & executor
wife: AGNES 12 L
sisters: JANE w/o WILLIAM THOMAS & JOANE w/o JOHN PHILLIPP
cousin: THOMAS LEGOWE 1 mare colt colored grey
mother-in-law: JOANE WELCEME 1 ewe
overseer & guardian: THOMAS LEGOW
witnesses: SAM: SWEETE, vicar; JOHN LEGOW, THOMAS LEGOW
Inventory 28 June _____ by THOMAS QUICK, JAMES PHILLIPPS & THOMAS RICHARD
9 June 1647 JOHN PHILLIP granted Admon of RICHARD ROW, late of St. Just, decd. during the minority of JAQUETTE & ZENOBIA, dd/o the decd. Bondsman JOHN PHI LLIP & THOMAS DAVY.
21 June 1650 "Received by me JOHN RICHARDS husband to JAQUETT ROW, the bond wherein JOHN STEPHEN als. EDWARDS & JOHN TRESILLIAN are bound..." "...the benefit of the bond to JOHN RICHARDS & ZENOBIA ROW..."
5 January 1653 Admon of RICHARD ROWE granted to JACQUETT ROW als. RICHARDS; JACQUETTE & ZENOBIA agree to a division of goods.
AP/R/600 & AP/R/762
AGNES SADLER, widow, of Gwithian
written: 29 Apr 1671
proved: 15 Jun 1671
poor of Gwithian 5 sh.
brother: RICHARD JENKIN 1 sh.
brother: HENERY JENKIN 1 sh.
sister: ELIZABETH MAN 1 sh.
JONE WILLIAMS 5 sh.
MARY w/o CHRISTOVER MITCHELL 1 sh.
MARGERY SANDRY, widow 2 sh.
JOHN SANDRY her son 2 sh.
GRACE w/o HENNERY ELES 1 sh.
AGNES JAMES, spinster 1 sh.
servant: ELIZABETH MITCHELL 5 sh.
son-in-law: OLIVER HOCKIN 4 sh.
CHARLES BATT'S 4 children 4 sh.
BENNETT COCK'S 4 children 4 sh.
CHARLES COCK'S 4 children 2 sh.
grandson: JOHN COCK 3 L
granddaughter: MARY COCK all the rest & executrix
overseers: OLIVER HOCKIN & BENNETT COCK
Agnes ( ) Sadler
witnesses: OLIVER ( ) HOCKIN, ELIZABETH ( ) MITCHELL, CHARLES COCKE
Admon granted 23 August 1671 to OLIVER HOCKIN, farmer and BENNETT COCK, farmer, both of Gwithian, the executrix, MARY COCK being under age. Signed by OLIVER "H" HOCKIN & BENNETT "B C" COCK (the B and C both being face down and side by side)
Inventory 12 Jun 1617 by OLIVER HOCKIN & BENNETT COCK
FRANCIS STEPHENS of the Borough of St. Ives
written: 28 Feb 1716
proved: 7 Mar 1715/6
wife: GRACE 100 L
brother: THOMAS STEPHENS 1 guinea to buy a ring
sister: ELIZABETH 1 guinea to buy a ring
sister: JANE STEPHENS __ L during her life out of my Estate
daughter-in-law: JANE STEPHENS & her 3 sons to each 1 guinea to buy a ring
grandson: EDWARD STEPHENS my largest goblett
daughter: JANE STEPHENS my executor to pay debt owed to her
daughter: SARAH HARRIS 40 sh.
her 3 children 1 guinea each to buy a ring
son: THOMAS STEPHENS & his wife & son & daughter 1 guinea each to buy a ring
grandson: FFRA. STEPHENS s/o THOMAS STEPHENS 100 L
granddaughter: FRA. STEPHENS bond debt her father THOMAS STEPHENS doth owe me
son: FRANCIS STEPHENS & his wife & son & daughter 1 guinea each to buy a ring
son-in-law: JOSEPH GUBBS for his son 30 L
to him & his son 1 guinea to buy a ring
grandson: JOHN STEPHENS & his wife & child 1 guinea each
grandson: JA. HOW___ & his wife & child 1 guinea each
granddaughter: JANE STEPHENS 1 guinea
sister-in-law: ________ KEMPTHORNE 1 guinea
MR. ROBERT GU____ 2 guineas
ELIZABETH STEPHENS d/o my great uncle JOHN STEPHENS 20 sh.
son: JOHN STEPHENS all the rest & executor
trustees: brother THOMAS STEPHENS & son FRANCIS STEPHENS
witnesses: RICHARD GYLES, JOHN JOPE
Vol. 3, p. 209
JANE STEVENS, widow, of Gwithian
written: 4 March 1679
proved: 8 March 1679
daughter: KATHERINE TREMEARNE 4 L
son-in-law: JOHN TREMEARNE 1 sh.
granddaughter: DORCUS TREMEARNE 3 L
granddaughter: JANE TREMEARNE 3 L
son-in-law: JOHN ELLIS 1 sh.
daughter: JANE ELLIS 1 sh.
6 granchildren, ss & dd/o the said JOHN ELLIS 6 L between them when 21
son: JOSHUA STEVENS 1 sh.
daughter-in-law: JANE STEVENS 1 sh.
daughter-in-law: MARY STEVENS 1 sh.
son: FRANCIS STEVENS 1 sh.
granddaughter: JANE STEVENS 5 L
granddaughter: MARY STEVENS 3 L
cousin: JOHAN SANDERS 40 sh.
cousin: NATHANIEL ROBERTS 10 sh.
cousin: JANE HARRIS 2 sh. 6 d.
HUGH GEENE 2 sh. 6 d.
son: THOMAS STEVENS all the rest & executor
Jane ( ) Stevens
witnesses: JOHN CHARLES?, ALIS ( ) WHITE, JANE CHRISTOPHER
Inventory 4 May 1680 by HENRY GUBMOE & JA: CRASE
JOB STEVENS, yeoman, of Zennor
written: 12 Feb 1714
proved: 6 May 1719
daughter: MARY w/o SAMUEL SWEET 20 L.
sons: WILLIAM STEVENS, NICHOLAS STEVENS, JOB STEVENS & MATHEW STEVENS 1 sh. each
daughter: ELIZABETH w/o THOMAS OSBURNE 1 sh.
wife: ELIZABETH all the rest & executrix
witnesses: THOMAS SPRIGGE, JANE SPRIGGE, THO SPRIGGE JUNR.
Vol. 4, p. 274
WALTER STEVENS, husbandman, of St. Erth
written: 23 Feb 1676/7
proved: 23 May 1677
son-in-law: THOMAS LEGOW 5 sh.
eldest daughter: ELIZABETH w/o THOMAS LEGOW 10 sh.
grandson: JOHN LEGOW, eldest s/o THOMAS LEGOW 40 sh.
grandson: THOMAS LEGOW s/o THOMAS LEGOW 40 sh.
grandson: RICHARD LEGOW s/o THOMAS LEGOW 40 sh.
granddaughter: WELMETT d/o THOMAS LEGOW 40 sh.
son-in-law: ANTHONY TREZISE 5 sh.
youngest daughter: ALICE w/o ANTHONY TREZISE 40 L
granddaughter: ALICE TREZISE d/o ANTHONY TREZISE 3 L
grandson: WALTER TREZISE s/o ANTHONY TREZISE 3 L
brother: GEORGE STEVENS 20 sh.
wife: ALICE STEVENS all the rest & executrix
Walter "X" Stevens
witnesses: WILLIAM MICHELL SENR. & WILLIAM MICHELL JUNIOR
Inventory 5 May 1677 by RICHARD LEGOE & ANTHONY TREZISE
JAMES THOMAS, yeoman, of St. Erth
written: 13 Nov 1605
proved: last of Feb 1605/6
poor of St. Erth 10 sh.
poor of Lelant 5 sh.
wife: JANE all gods movable & unmovable within Treginhorne, Trinke, Chensow & Boddewverrin + 20 L, 1 mow of corne in Trensvelf in Lelant said wife to have charge of CHESTON NENNYS d/o JAMES NENNYS, decd.
mentions: money to be paid by JOHN NENNYS "her" uncle (ie: the wifes or Chestons??)
WILLIAM JAMES of St. Erth & son-in-law: JOHN NENNYS executors
clerk JOHN DERRANT for writing will 10 sh.
ROBERT MIDDRENS? children 5 L
MICHELL GRAMLERS wife to use for her children 5 L
MR. SMITHS wife to use for her children 5 L
STEPHEN THOMAS children 3 L
THOMAS DARON'S child 20 sh.
RAFFE JAMES children 40 sh.
JOHN TREMELLENS children 3 L
NAN NICHOLAS children had by ???? & JOHN NICHOLAS 50 sh.
CHESTON NENNYS 5 L
PETER TREGONNTY a debt forgiven
James ( ) Thomas
witnesses: JAMES ( ) TRANNICK, JOHN DURRENT
JOHN THOMAS als. TREWARTHE of Lelant
Admon granted 9 April 1606 to STEPHEN THOMAS, son
Bondsmen STEPEHN THOMAS als. TREWHARAS, husbandman; ROGER THOMAS of Towednack, husbandman
Inventory 30 June 1605 of JOHN THOMAS als. DREWARTHES, decd. by ROGER THOMAS, WLLM HARRY als. WORVAS & HENRY THOMAS
NICHOLL THOMAS, spinster, of Wendron
written: 24 Feb 1609/10 (nuncupative)
proved: 24 Jan 1610/11
church of Wendron 1 ewe
JOHN s/o RICHARD CURNOW 1 L
RICHARD THOMAS--his three children 1 ewe apiece
ALSON THOMAS of Constantine 1 ewe
BETTRIS HALOWYN 1 ewe
brother: WILLIAM THOMAS 1 heifer of 12 months & a pan of 12 gallons
aunt: ELIZABETH THOMAS 1 heifer of 12 months
mother: ELIZABETH PERCE, widow all the rest & executrix
witnesses: JAMES MARTYN, ELIZABETH THOMAS, RICHARD CURNOW
Inventory 20 May 1610 by RICHARD CURNOWE & ZACHARIAS RICHARDS
RICHARD THOMAS, yeoman, of Lelant
written: 22 May 1716
proved: 6 May 1717
daughter: PRUDENCE 1 sh.
daughter: MARY 1 sh.
each grandchild: 1 sh. apiece
son: RICHARD THOMAS (under 18) maintenance from mother
wife: JOANE THOMAS all the rest & executrix
witnesses: CHRISTOPHER HOSKYN, WILL PENBERTHY
Vol. 3, p. 315
STEPHEN THOMAS, husbandman, of Lelant
written: 12 Apr 1632
proved: 15 May 1632
wife: 5 L, heifer w/ calf, 1 ewe, 1 lamb, pair of blanketts etc.
daughter: ANN 10 L
servant: JAMES THOMAS a black heifer
servant: SUSAN THOMAS 1 ewe & lamb
brother: HENRIE a heifer
sister: MARGARET ewe lamb, 1/2 bushell of wheat & of barley
godchildren: EDWARD JAMES' child & THOMAS HARRIES child 1 heifer between them
JOHN HARRIE the younger ewe lamb
son: JAMES THOMAS all the rest & executor
Stephen ( ) Thomas
witnesses: WILLM KELWAYSE, MARGARETT ( ) KELWAYE
Inventory 28 April 1632 by HUGH PAWLEY & HENRY THOMAS
WALTER THOMAS, yeoman, of St. Hilary
written: 8 Mar 1626/7
proved: 3 Apr 1627
ALEXANDER TROUNSEN 10 sh.
children of ALEXANDER TROUNSEN 1 sheep apiece
sister: MARGARET TROUNSEN, widow 1 brasen pan in her possession and 1 sheep
SUSAN CURNOW 43 sh. which her husband WILLIAM CURNOW owes, and 1 brass pan, 1 brass crock
HENRY POLGLASE & ELIZABETH his wife and PHILIPE & ELIZABETH their daughters a sheep apiece
godchildren a sheep apiece
MARGARET w/o JOHN HEYMAN & their son RICHARD HEYMAN all the rest & executors
overseers: JOHN HEYMAN & ROBERT KNUCKYE
Walter "T" Thomas
witnesses: HENRY ( ) POLGLASE, ELIZABETH ( ) w/o HENRY POLGLASE, ROBT KNUCKYE
Inventory 28 March 1627 by ROGER RESERGH & WILLIAM CURNOWE
ANTHONY TOPP, weaver, of Lelant
written: 28 Mar 1605 (nuncupative)
proved 4 Feb 1605/6
In the presence of JAMES CALENSOW, ROBERT HOOPER, CHRISTOPHER
MARGARET CALENSOW 12 d.
GRACE HOCKIN 12 d. + 1 old chest
AGNES UDEN 12 d.
CHRISTOPHER MENNETT 2 payre of lambs?
poor of Lelant all the rest
witnesses: JAMES CALENSOW & ROBERT HOCKIN
Inventory 31 March ____ by ROBERT HOCKIN & _____ CEELY
JAMES TREMELLING, tinner, of St. Erth
written: 10 Jun 1769
proved: 7 May 1771
daughter: ELIZABETH w/o WILLIAM TREWHELA 2 L. 2 sh.
daughter: ANN w/o PETER COSETHA 2 L. 2 sh.
daughter: MARGARET TREMELLING 2 L. 2 sh.
son: JAMES TREMELLING all the rest & executor
witnesses: JOHN ROWE, CHARLES BLIGHT JUR.
Vol. 11, p. 169
RICHARD TRENHAYLE of Lelant
written: 12 Nov 1717
proved: 29 Apr 1718
son: RICHARD TRENHAYLE moiety of my 8th interest in a tynworks called
Hellanoon & Ballanoon in Lelant
wife: ANN TRENHAYLE |
daughter: ANN TRENHAYLE | all the rest & executrixes
witnesses: FRANC. HAWKINS, JOHN KING
Vol. 4, p. 104
ELIZABETH TRESYSE, spinster, of Newlyn
written: 28 Jun 1636
proved: 28 Apr 1637
mother-in-law: WILMOT TRESISE
brother: DEGORY TRESISE 6 L
brother: JOHN TRESISE'S son JOHN 11 sh.
kinsman: NICHOLAS WILLIAMS of Bodmin 10 d.
brother: DAVID TRESISE'S son DAVID 2 sh. 6 d.
PASCHA d/o DAVID TRESISE 2 sh. 6 d.
THOMAS, JONE & MARGERIE c/o JOHN COWLS my brother-in-law 12 d. each
ELIZABETH & BRIDGETT dd/o NICHOLAS HODGE of Bodmin 18 d. each
DOROTHY & LOWDEY dd/o NICHOLAS HODGE 12 d. each
ONNER HODGE of Newlyn 2 sh. 6 d.
brother: JOHN TRESISE all the rest & executor
Elizabeth ( ) Tresise
witnesses: THOMAS KESTELL, JOHN ( ) COWELS
Inventory 30 November 1636 by THOMAS KESTELL & JOHN COWLES
JAMES TRESISE, yeoman, of Manaccan
written: 5 Aug 1662
proved: 16 Nov 1664
poor of Manaccan 10 sh.
wife: AVIS TRESISE Windmillclose tent of Carblith in Manaccan for full terme of 30 years if she live so long + 40 L yearly; filed of Parkeheere in Trezeball in [ ]
sons: HENRY TRESISE & EDWARD TRESISE
RICHARD TRESISE s/o my brother [ ] TRESISE
son: EDWARD tent. called [ ] in manor of Trereaboin in St. Keverne + 100L
"if the said EDWARD TRESISE WALTER JEFFREY s/o WILLIAM JEFFRYE the younger of Manaccan & MARY TRESISE d/o JAMES TRESISE my said brother...."
grandchild: JAMES TRESISE after the death of my son HENRY TRESISE
brother-in-law: BERNARD [ ] (later BERNARD HALLIGIE) tent of Halligie in
MRS. MARY THOMAS d/o MR. JOHN THOMAS of Tremaine 1 mare colt
son: HENRY all the rest & executor
James ( ) Tresise
witnesses: JOHN THOMS junior, WALTER ( ) JEFFRY
Inventory 11 October 1664 by JOHN THOMS Jun. of St. Martin, gent; JOHN KING of Manaccan & WALTER JEFFER of Manaccan yeomen.
JAMES TRESISE, husbandman, of Manaccan
written: 13 Feb 1666/7 (sic)
proved: 16 Sep 1665
two cosens: MARY TRESISE & MARTHA TRESISE dd/o WALTER TRESISE, decd.
5 L apiece when of age
brother-in-law: JENKEN BEDENER's child 10 sh.
ELIXANDER VABY of Manaccan, husbandman all the rest & executor
James ( ) Tresise
witnesses: HENRY TRESISE, THOMAS ( ) VABY
MARTIN TRESISE, husbandman, of Mannaccan
written: 8 Mar 1634
proved: 11 Dec 1635
son: ROBERT 20 L
son: JAMES 5 L
daughter: MARGARET (unmarried) 20 L
daughter: DOROTHIE (unmarried) 10 L
son: WALTER all the rest & executor
overseer: RICHARD TRESISE
witnesses: ROBERT ATKINS & RICHARD TRESYSE
Inventory 6 November 1635 by ROBERT ATKINS & RICHARD TRESYSE
MATTHEW TRESISE, husbandman, of Newlyn
written: 29 Jun 1640
proved: 29 Sep 1640
eldest son: JOHN TRESISE 12 d.
grandchild: JOHN s/o JOHN TRESISE 20 sh. to be paid out of rent due MARGARET TRESISE
son: DAVY TRESISE 12 d.
son: DIGORY TRESISE 20 sh.
grandchild: DAVY s/o DAVY TRESISE 20 sh.
grandchild: PASCOW TRESISE 20 sh.
4 children of JOHN COWLES 10 sh.
3 godchildren 12 d.
2 servants 6 d.
wife: WILMOT all the rest & executor
witnesses: THOMAS ( ) TONKEN, JOHN ( ) COWELS
Inventory 21 September 1640 by DEGORY ANGWYN & THOMAS KESTELL
NICHOLAS TRESISE, mariner, of Manaccan
Admon granted 1 September 1601 by JAMES __OWNE of Manaccan, husbandman and RAFF POLGWEEST of Manaccan.
THOMAS TRESISE, of Newlyn
written: 29 Mar 1636 (nuncupative)
proved: 22 May 1637
mother: WILMOT TRESISE 5 L (which was a legacy from my uncle JOHN TRESISE,
brother: JOHN COWLES' children 5 sheep & 1 lamb
witnesses: JOHN COWLES, DEGORY TRESISE
Inventory (not dated) by THOMAS KESTELL & JOHN COWLES
WALTER TRESISE, tailor, of Penzance
written: no date (nuncupative)
proved: 2 May 1618
wife: MARGARET 1/3 of all goods, moneys etc.
children (not named) all the rest
son: JOHN executor
poor of Manaccan 3 sh. 4 d.
sister: MARGARET 2 ewes
cosyn: ALISE 2 ewes
godchildren: 12 d. apiece
the servants of the house 6 d. apiece
BLANCHE a ewe
all the rest of __________ children a ewe apiece
witnesses: JOHN DAVYS, JOHN ( ) TRESISE
Inventory 20 April 1618 by THOMAS FFEERYE & REIGNOLD DAVYE
WALTER TRESISE, yeoman, of Manaccan
written: 2_ Mar 1664
proved: 24 Jun 1665
daughter: MARY 20 L when 21
daughter: MARTHA 20 L when 21
wife: ELIZABETH TRESISE
Walter ( ) Tresise
witnesses: WALTER MICHELL, JAMES ( ) TRESISE
Inventory 6 April 1665 by DEGORY WILLIAMS & HENRY TREZISE, yeomen
JAMES TREWEEKE, yeoman, of St. Erth
written: 14 Jan 1604/5
proved: 11 Apr 1605
church of St. Erth
church of Lelant
HENRY TREWEEKE s/o RICHARD TREWEEKE of St. Erth decd. all such smythtools as are now mine in the occupation of JAMES WHITE of the said parish,
blacksmith; HENRY to remain in his service for his term of 7 years
If HENRY should die the tools to go to RICHARD TREWEEKE & ANN TREWEEKE,
brother and sister of said HENRY
son: RICHARD TREWEEKE decd. father of the above 3 children
3 daughters 2 silver spoons each
son-in-law: BAWDEN MANNING best cloak, best suit
daughter: KATHERINE his wife 1 cow
JOHN s/o JAMES WHITE my bedstead, tableboard
servant: AMEY JOHN 1 heifer calf
THOMAS JENKING, vicar of St. Erth 3 sh. 4 d.
daughter: ANN WHITE 1 featherbed, white mare, 1 coffer
my children's children except the foresaid JAMES WHITE
sons-in-law: RICHARD AVERY & JOHN WHITE all the rest & executor
Inventory 7 April 1605 by JOHN NICHOLAS the elder of St. Erth & JOHN DERRANT
WILLIAM TREWREN, gent, of Madron
written: 5 May 1630 (nuncupative)
proved: 11 Jan 1632/3
daughter: PHILLIP w/o ROBERT WALTERS 1 cow
URSULA w/o WALTER PENDER 1 mare
ROBERT s/o WALTER PENDER 1 cow
SAMSON, MARTYN & RICHARD ss/o WALTER PENDER 1 sheep each
grandson WILLIA TREWREN s/o ROBERT TREWREN of Madron all the rest & executor
witnesses: WILLIAM RODDA, BENNET WARREN
CHRISTOPHER TREWHELLA, yeoman, of Ludgvan
written: 16 Aug 1777
proved: 10 Sep 1779
CATHERINE TREWHELLA w/o MARTIN TREWHELLA 2 L. 2 sh.
CHRISTOPHER TREWHELLA s/o MARTIN TREWHELLA 40 L.
THOMAS TREWHELLA s/o MATHEW TREWHELLA 1 sh.
WILLIAM TREWHELLA s/o MARTIN TREWHELLA all the rest & executor
witnesses: JOHN EVA, GEORGE WHITE
Vol. 14, p. 29
JAMES TREWHEELA, of Scilly
written: 29 Jan 1699/1700
proved: 15 Apr 1700
ELIZABETH TREWHEELA d/o THOMAS TREWHEELA 5 L
PHILLIS w/o LAMBERT MARTIN 5 L
AN w/o NICHOLAS BRIANT 5 L
THOMASIN widow of JOHN PENHELLERICK 5 L
JOHN s/o JOHN TREWHEELA 5 L
WILLIAM s/o MARTIN TREWHEELA 5 L
JAMES s/o WILLIAM TREWHEELA 5 L
ELIZABETH d/o WILLIAM TREWHEELA 5 L
WILLIAM KALENSOW living in Penzance 5 L
parish of St. Erth 20 sh
parish of Towednack 20 sh.
brother: WILLIAM TREWHEELA a bond of 6 L due from DAVID NENIS in the custody of MATHEW TREWHEELA, and all of the enclosure now in his possession
MATTHEW TREWHEELA my part of the commons called Ladye Downs (also holding
two bonds, one of 30 L due from WILLIAM TREWHEELA and one of 5 L
due from THOMAS TREWHEELA)
brother: JOHN TREWHEELA executor, and to receive the above bonds to pay the legacies
James ( ) Trewheela
witnesses: JAM: DUFFE, GEORGE TREWEEKE JUN:, SAMSON RATTONBURY
MARTEN TREWHEELA, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 16 May 1763
proved: 12 May 1764
sister: MARY CANARTEN 1 sh.
sister: JANE TREWHEELA 1 sh.
brother: CHRISTOPHER TREWHEELA 1 sh.
sister: CHATREN w/o JOHN BARAGWANATH 1 sh.
son: WILLIAM TREWHEELA certain lands
son: MARTEN TREWHEELA certain lands
son: CHRISTOPHER TREWHEELA certain lands
son: MATTHEW TREWHEELA certain lands
wife: CHATREN 10 L. & the house in Chylason
daughter: ALLAS 20 L.
granddaughter: AN d/o JAMES QUICK 5 L.
daughter: CHATREN w/o JAMES QUICK 1 guinea in gold
executor: son WILLIAM
Marten ( ) Trewheela
witnesses: NICHOLAS BERIMAN, STEPHEN NICHOLES, SAMUEL ( )
MATTHEW TREWHELLA, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 16 Nov 1814
proved: 22 Jun 1816
son: MATTHEW 1 L. 1 sh. when 21
son: JOHN 1 L. 1 sh. when 21
son: CRESTOVER 25 L. "when much needed"
son: MARTEN 1 L 1 sh. when 21
daughter: ALCEY 25 L "when much needed"
daughter: HANNAH 10 sh. when 21
daughter: ANN 10 sh. when 21
wife: ALCEY residue of estate & executrix
"if wife remarries money under the care of my brother WILLIAM and her brother
witnesses: JOHN BERRIMAN, JOHN NICHOLAS
Vol. 32, p. 122
WILLIAM TREWHELA, tinner, of Towednack
written: 19 Apr 1732
proved: 12 Oct 1732
sister: ELIZABETH w/o JOHN LUKE 5 L.
sister: KATHERINE w/o DAVID CURNOW 10 L.
sister: JANE w/o WILLIAM CURNOE 7 L. 10 sh.
JOHN, THOMAS, ANNE & CATHERINE ss & dd/o DAVID CURNOW 2 L. 10 sh. each
brother: JAMES TREWHELLA tent. called Lady Down & 1/3 part of a stamping
mill called Amaliby Stamps
sister: JANE TREWHELA tent. in Amalibry called Wodgeb provided that she pay
the last 2 payments payable to JOHN BERRYMAN
executors: brother JAMES TREWHELA & sister JANE TREWHELLA
witnesses: MARTIN TREWHELLA, MARY TREWHELA, ANDREW CURNOW
WILLIAM TREWHELLA, yeoman, of Towednack
written: 5 Aug 1807
proved: 5 Feb 1811
daughters: (not named) 5 sh. each
son: WILLIAM TREWHELLA estate in Crowlis in Ludgvan & other lands & goods
son: MATTHEW TREWHELLA estate in Amelebry in Towednack, other lands & goods
brother: CHRISTOPHER TREWHELLA to be paid 2 L. 10 sh. pr. year by MATTHEW
wife: ANN TREWHELLA 4 guineas pr. year, bed & bedding
sons: WILLIAM & MATTHEW all the rest & executors
witnesses: STEPHAN CURNOW, MARGRET "S" CURNOW
ANDREW TROUNSEN, of Illogan
written: 24 Feb 1711/12
proved: 3 Jul 1712
CHARLES TROUNSEN a genney & my wearing clothes
WINNEFAR w/o CHARLES 20 sh.
d/o CHARLES (not named) 20 sh.
HENRY TROUNSEN s/o above Charles 50 sh.
sister GRACE MILE (crossed out) 40 sh. (crossed out)
GRACE TROUNSEN 40 sh.
ELIZABETH HOKE & her children 3 d.
JANE TROUNSEN 40 sh.
WILL POORMAN 50 sh.
EDMUND MILE 10 sh.
WILLIAM MILE "a yewe & lame"
every godchild 1 sh. each
wife: SUSANNA TROUNSEN
Andrew "Z" Trounsen
witnesses: JOHN GARBELE, THOMAS HOCKIN
JOHN TROUNSEN of St. Hilary
written: 7 Nov 1625
proved: 31 May 1627
son: THOMAS TROUNSEN |
son: WALTER TROUNSEN | to share 3 closes of land
son: JOHN TROUNSEN |
daughter: ANN TROUNSEN |
father: THOMAS TROUNSEN (deceased) left land at Tolwaden
FFLORENCE w/o ALEXANDER TROUNSEN holding part of Tolwaden
mentions: the child his wife is now carrying to share equally with the other 4
wife: MARGARET all the rest & executrix
uncle: WALTER THOMAS |
brother-in-law: WILLIAM CURNOW | overseers
John ( ) Trounsen
witnesses: RICHARD OKE, WILLIAM "W" CURNOW
Inventory taken 11 September 1626 by WILLIAM LANYON & WILLIAM STEPHEN
Admon granted 31 May 1627 to wife MARGERY; mentions the four children, all under age.
NICHOLAS TROUNSEN, yeoman, of Ludgvan
written: 6 Dec 1684
proved: 22 Apr 1686
son: PETER TROUNSEN bed, best cupboard, 10 L.
daughter: CATHERINE TROUNSEN 6 L. on her marriage day
wife: MARY TROUNSEN executrix
Nicholas "NT" Trounsen
witnesses: JOHN EDWARDS, JAMES "I" EVAH
Inventory taken 21 September 1685 by JOHN EDWARDS and JOHN ROBERTS
THOMAS TROUNSEN, of Ludgvan
written: 29 Jul 1622
proved: 26 Feb 1622/3
son: JOHN 1 close in Tolwadon called Gwele downe, 1 called gwele
son: ALEXANDER to have a release from his brother JOHN
brother: GEORGE TROUSONE, deceased (goods given to Thomas' children)
daughters: MARGARET HEAMAN & SUSAN CORNOWE 1 close in Tolwadon called parc an barad
FFLORANCE w/o son ALEXANDER 1 close in Tolwaden called parc an poole
daughter: FFRANCES 5 sh.
FFRANCES s/o son ALEXANDER all the rest & executor
THOMAS s/o JOHN TROWSENE 1 bull calf
witnesses: THO CARPENTER, WILLIA "W" CORNOWE
Inventory taken 2 September 1622 by WILLIAM WILLIAMS & THOMAS CARPENTER
ANN TURPYN, widow, of Lelant
Admon granted 8 September 1619 to WILLIAM PRAED, creditor
2nd Admon granted 28 September 1619 to ROBERT DAVYE, brother
Inventory 2 July 1619 by NICODEMUS PESTLE, clerk; THOMAS EDWARDS & JOHN PRAED, gentlemen
MARY TYACK, widow, of Towednack
written: 16 ____ 1746
proved: 20 Nov 1752
EDWARD TYACK | "my sons and daughters"
WILMOT BANFIELD, widow | 1 s h. each and all the rest...
MARY w/o JAMES TREWHEELA |
granddaughter: MARY TREWHEELA d/o JAMES TREWHEELA executor
witnesses: WM. FFRIGGENS, WILLIAM CURNOW
Vol. 3, p. 618
CHESTIAN UDYE, of Morvah
written: 26 Dec 1619
proved: 3 Feb 1619/20
son: JOHN UDYE 22 sh. in gold
JOHN UDYE'S children 1 heifer, 4 ewes, 1 lamb & 1 goat
RAPH OSBORNE 10 sh., 2 goats & 1 cow
RAPH OSBORNE'S wife 10 sh., & 1 brasen crock
four of RAPH OSBORNE'S children 4 ewes
MARY w/o SAMSON SYMON 10 sh. in gold
MARGARET w/o JOHN GRENVILE 10 sh. in gold
ELLYNER w/o THOMAS SANDRY 10 sh. in gold
among my daughter's children 1 mowe of corne
RAPH OSBORNE & JOHN UDYE all the rest & executors
witnesses: RAPHE OSBORNE, JOHN UDYE
Inventory 5 January 1619/20 by EDWARD OTTS & JOHN CHRISTOPHER
PHILLIP UDIE, of Zennor
written: 24 Aug 1616
proved: 18 Nov 1616
sons: DAVID & JOHN profit & occupancy of all my lands (which I hold
devise & grant of JOHN TREHANE, gent for terme of 99 years, lives PHILLIP,
DAVID & JOHN)
wife: ALICE use of land till sons are of age | all the rest
son: RICHARD | & executors
daughter: ELIZABETH |
witnesses: THOMAS BERYMAN, ROGER + UDIE
Inventory 5 October 1616 by THOMAS BERYMAN, JOHN TEIDE, JOHN CHRISTOPHER
RICHARD UDDYE (also UDY, UDDY), tinner, of St. Just in Penwith
written: 19 Apr 1664 (nuncupative)
proved: 13 Apr 1665
son: METHUSALA heifer, mare, goat & a kid
granddaughter: ULALIA a goat & a kid
wife: FRANCES |
son: BARNARD | all the rest
daughter: ELIZABETH | & executors
witnesses: TAMBISON OLIVE, ALICE THOMAS
Admon granted to FRANCES UDDYE of St. Just, and THOMAS CHINEHALE, blacksmith
Inventory 1 April 1665 by CHARLES USTICK & SAMP: SHAKERLEY
ELIZABETH UPCOAT, of Zennor
written: 11 May 1678
proved: 22 July 1678
son: NICHOLAS BERYMAN 12 L featherbed, bolster, a pair of blankets, a pair
of sheets, 1 coverlet, now
lying in the middle chamber
MARGERY d/o NICHOLAS BERYMAN 1 brass pan of 5 gallons
daughter: JANE DONITHORNE 12 L & 1 chest
ANE LYMBARY 20 sh.
grandchildren: children of WILLIAM DONITHORNE 40 sh.
each child of WILLIAM LYMBRY 1 sh.
poor of Gulval 10 sh.
poor of Zennor 10 sh.
son-in-law: JOHN LYMBRY all the rest & executor
Elizabeth ( ) Upcote
witnesses: CONSTANCE VEALE, WILLIAM VEALE, RICHARD VEALE
Inventory 17 July 1678 by WILL VEAL & JOHN "M" THOMAS
ANN UREN, of Lelant, relict of HENRY UREN
written: 15 May 1696
proved: 9 Jul 1696
MARGARET UREN & ANN UREN 40 L
JANE w/o JAMES HARRY my best coat
CHESTON d/o MITCHELL NICOLL 2 sh. 6 d.
STEPHAN HARRY, JANE HARRY, JAMES HARRY, MARY HARRY, CHRISTIAN HARRY & ELIZABETH HARRY 2 sh. 6 d. each
MARY d/o sd. JAMES HARRY my best red coat
JANE HARRY d/o JAMES HARRY my 2nd best apron
ANN UREN d/o my dead husband all my other wearing apparel
ARTHUR EDWARDS, gent & CLEMENT UREN of Lelant granted indenture of certain lands
MARGARET UREN & ANN UREN dd/o my deceased husband to recieve 40 L from the said lands
JOHN UREN s/o my deceased husband all the rest & executor
Ann ( ) Uren
witnesses: JANE ( ) HARRY, JAMES COREY, JAMES ( ) HARRY
EDMOND YURION (UREN), tinner, of Towednack
written: 6 Aug 1684
proved: 28 Apr 1685
wife: ALLS YURYON 1/4 of all estate
eldest son: RICHARD YORYON and children 1/4 part of all estate
son: HENNERY YURYON 1/4 part of all estate
VINCENT YURYON'S 2 sons 1/4 part between them when they come of age
guardians: their 2 uncles RICHARD YURYON & HENNERY YURYON
servant: GILLYON TAYLOR 20 sh.
sister: (not named) to be maintained as long as she live
Edmond ( ) Yuryon
witnesses: FFRANCIS HAMMOND, JOHN WOLLCOCK, THOMAS TREWHELLA
Admon granted to RICHARD UREN of St. Ives, yeoman; HENRY UREN of Gwinear, yeoman; Bondsmen THOMAS CORNOW of Towednack & WILLIAM BUSSOW of St. Ives, yeomen.
Inventory taken 1 November 1684 by HENRY EDWARDS of Ludgven, gent & JOHN QUICKE of Towednack, miller
GEORGE UREN, yeoman, of Lelant
written: 3 Aug 1735
proved: 13 May 1736
daughter: MARY UREN 5 sh.
daughter: GRACE UREN 5 sh.
son: WILLIAM UREN 1 sh.
son: VENSON UREN 1 sh.
son: JOHN UREN 1 bed
sons: JOHN & THOMAS UREN house & garden in Venven; all the rest & executors
wife (not named) to be maintained by the executors
George ( ) Uren
witnesses: HUGH STEVENS, MARY ( ) STEVENS
Vol. 12, p. 19
JOHN URYN, of Lelant
written: 3 Dec 1646
proved: 12 Jan 1663
daughter: AMY w/o AMBROSE GARTRELL 3 sh. 4 d.
each of my grandsons 20 sh.
each of my granddaughters 10 sh.
son: STEPHEN UREN all the rest
witnesses: SIMON PRUST, WM. JURB?, THOMA CHRANT?
JOHN UREN, yeoman, of Lelant
written: 17 Feb 1728/9
proved: 19 Feb 1729
son: JOHN UREN 20 L. by 4 equal & yearly payments from the estate I now
live on that I bought from RID. SAMUEL
BLIGHT & all my wearing clothes
wife: ELIZABETH |
son: THOMAS (under 21) | all the rest & executors
all to JOHN UREN if THOMAS should die under 21
WILLIAM PENBERTHY & CLEMENT UREN JR. to be guardians of THOMAS
John ( ) Uren
witnesses: WILL PENBERTHY, CLEMT. UREN JUN., HUGH STEVENS
JOHN UREN, tinner, of Lelant
written: 6 Feb 1768
proved: 19 Feb 1768
brother: HENRY UREN 1 sh.
sister: HONOR 1 sh.
sister: MARGARET 1 sh.
brother: CHRISTOPHER UREN executor
John ( ) Uren
witnesses: PETER RICHARDS, CLEMT. UREN
Vol. 10, p. 281
MARGARET UREN, widow, of Uny Lelant
written: 9 Oct 1762
proved: 21 Sep 1765
son: HENRY UREN 1 sh.
son: CHRISTOPHER UREN 1 sh.
daughters: HONOR & MARGARET all wearing apparel
son: JOHN UREN executor
Margaret ( ) Uren
witnesses: HANNIBALL ( ) HOSKING, CATRINE ( ) HOSKING
RICHARD URYN (UREN), tinner, of St. Ives
written: 4 Jan 1691
proved: 14 Jan 1691
daughter: ALICE URYN 1/3 of all goods & chattells
son: HENERY URYN all the rest & executor
MATHEW STEVENS of the Borough of St. Ives and HENRY UREN of the parish of Gwinear to be guardians of the executor
Richard ( ) Uryn
witnesses: ROBERT CURNOW, MICHEAL CURNOW, WILL BOTTRELL
Admon granted 14 January 1691 to MATHEW STEVENS of St. Ives, yeoman & HENRY UREN of Gwinear, farmer. Bondsmen ROBERT CURNOW of Towednack, yeoman & JAMES CRAZE of Gwithian, farmer.
Inventory taken 9 January 1691 by THOMAS CURNOW of St. Ives Borough & WILLIAM BOTTRELL of Towednack.
SYMON URYN, yeoman, of Gwennap
3 Jan. 1659, a quit claim unto CLEMENT URYN of the same parish, tynner from deceased father HENRY URYN; CLEMENT URYN "my brother"
witnesses: CHRISTOPHER COCKE, THOMAS COCKES
CLEMENT URYN, brother and administrator of SYMON UREN of Gwennap
4 May 1660
SYMON UREN, laborer, of Lelant
written: 22 Oct 1689
proved: 28 Apr 1690
son: SYMON 1 sh.
daughter: MARGERY 1 sh.
daughter: ELIZABETH 1 cow, and a place to build a house
daughter: JANE 1 cow
grandson: BARNAT 1 ewe
son: CLEMEN all the rest & executor
witnesses: RICH: THOMAS, SYMON ( ) GEENE, HUGH "X" GEENE
MICHAELL VYVIAN, Esq., of Phillack
written: 18 Oct 1639
proved: 13 Dec 1639
poor of Phillack, Gwithian, Gwinear, St. Erth 12 d. apiece
servant: THOMAS MICHELL 10 sh.
his two children 2 sh. 5 d.
servant: ELIZABETH ANDREWARTHA 10 sh.
nephew: Sr. RICHARD VYVIAN all fee simple lands
nephew: (also godson) MICHAELL VYVIAN all the rest & executor
witnesses: GREGORY PHILLIPPS, THOMAS MICHELL, THOMAS GUMMOW, ELISABETH ANDREWARTHA
Inventory 30 October 1639 by JEFFREY GARTER (signed as JEFFRY GARTRELL) & JOHN PHILLIPPS
RICHARD VIVION, gentleman, of Columb Major
written: 18 Apr 1653
proved: 19 Nov 1655
THOMAS VIVION s/o JOHN VIVION Esq. my lands in Roche called Woone Windeor
& Westor in tenure of THOMAS OIERIE
JOHN VIVION s/o said JOHN VIVION land in St. Issey called Truro Lametrey now in tenure of ARTHUR STRIBLEY
FRANCIS VIVION s/o the said JOHN VIVION land in Tregosse in Roche
brother: PASCOW VIVION an annuity of $ L yearly
RICHARD VIVION s/o JOHN VIVION my brother decd. 50 L
RICHARD VIVION s/o the said RICHARD VIVION 50 L when 21
THOMAS VIVION s/o my brother JOHN VIVION decd. debt of 40 L which he owes me
goddaughter MARY VIVION debt which SAMUEL HARVEY & his son owe me
FFRANCIS VIVION, MATHEW VIVION, EDWARD VIVION & PETER VIVION ss/o brother
JOHN VIVION decd. 10 L each
cosen: RICHARD VOSPER 20 L
GRACE ROSEWARNE 10 L
sister-in-law: MARY VIVION piece of gold of 22 sh.
sister: OLIVE VIVION piece of gold of 22 sh.
sister: INCH piece of gold of 22 sh.
sister: VOSPER piece of gold of 22 sh.
cosen: JANE TREFRY piece of gold of 22 sh.
cosen: WILLIAM INCH'S 3 children a piece of gold of 11 sh. apiece
cosen: ANNE TREGOSSE apiece of gold of 11 sh.
cosen: KATHERINE HORE apiece of gold of 11 sh.
cosen: DAVID MOYLE's wife piece of gold of 20 sh.
cosen: JOANE HAWEIS piece of gold of 20 sh.
godson: JOHN TREFRY 5 L
godson: SAMUEL MOYLE 5 L
godson: EDWARD BEAUFORD 5 L on his next coming into Cornwall
other godchildren 5 sh. apiece
poor of St. Issey 40 sh. to be dispersed by ARTHUR STRIBLEY & his sons
poor of St. Wen 40 sh. to be dispersed by RICHARD TIPPET & GILBERT REMPHRY
poor of Roche 40 sh. to be dispersed by THOMAS PEIRCE & RICHARD MOCKE
poor of St. Columb Major 3 L to be dispersed by my executor & WILLIAM BEAUFORD
ANN VIVION & MARY VIVION dd/o JOHN VIVION Esq. 5 L each
every one of my servants of Trewan 5 sh.
every one of the maide servants 2 sh. 6 d.
cosen: JOHN VIVION of Trewan, Esq. all the rest & executor
witnesses: J. BEAUFORD, ARTHUR STRIBLEY
P.C.C., 1655, folio 453
CHESTON WHITE, widow, of Lelant
written: 7 Apr 1721
proved: 26 Oct 1721
JAMES s/o MICHAELL WHITE of Lelant 4 L. added to 20 L. given by my
JAMES WHITE, decd., when 16
THOMAS s/o MICHAELL WHITE to be paid the 10 L left by my husband, when 16
ANN TREVARROW, widow 10 sh.
MARGARETT & JAIL TREVARROW 5 sh. each
kinsman: JOHN PUREFORY all the rest & executor; if he survives ANN his wife,
all to be divided among his children
MR. WILLIAM HARRY, mercer, of St. Ives & MR. RICHARD HARRY, merchant, of St. Ives to be managers of the estate
witnesses: JOHN CEELY, WILLM HARRY, RICHD HARRY JUNR
Vol. 5, p. 306
GRACE WHITE, widow, of Gwinear
written: 17 May 1714
proved: 9 Mar 1715
brother: JOHN ANDREWARTHA 20 sh. & brass pan of about 7 gallons
sister-in-law: MARY ANDREWARTHA 20 sh.
near kinsman: JOHN ANDREWARTHA 40 sh.
kinsman: PHILIP ANDREWARTHA 20 sh.
kinswoman: ANN POTTER 20 sh.
kinswoman: MARGARET ANDREWARTHA 20 sh.
kinswoman: GRACE ANDREWARTHA 20 sh.
kinswoman: ALICE ANDREWARTHA 20 sh.
kinsman: HENRY COCK 20 sh.
kinsman: ANTHONY COCK 20 sh.
kinswoman: KATHERINE FFRANCIS 20 sh.
JAMES COCK all the rest & executor
Grace ( ) White
witnesses: THOMAS EVA, CHRISTOPHER RICHARDS, RACHELL ( ) WHITE
JAMES WHITE, yeoman, of Lelant
written: 4 May 1717
proved: 29 Apr 1718
brother: JOHN WHITE 10 sh.
sister: CATHERINE WHITE 10 sh.
THOMAS WHITE s/o MICHAEL WHITE 10 L. when 16
JAMES WHITE, his brother 20 sh. when 16
wife: CHESTON all the rest & executrix
James ( ) White
witnesses: WILL: PENBERTHY, JOHN ( ) THOMAS, JOHN ( ) SEARLE
Vol. 4, p. 106
JENAT WHITA, widow, of Gwithian
written: 4 February 1606/7 (nuncupative)
proved: 27 february 1606/7
son: RICHARD WHITA half of the pewter pan
son: WILLIAM WHITA 1 cow, 1 little brasen crock & 1 pan & the bed now under
son: JAMES WHITA 1 pan
"all her children every one of them" one ewe
KATHRYN JULYAN her best silver pin
BENET, RICHARD WHITA's son the little coser
executor: son RICHARD
witnesses: THOMAS ROWE, THOMAS GOYAN "& others"
Inventory states that she died the 5th of February 1606. Done by
BENNETT & THOMAS ROWE
JOHN WHITE of Phillack
written: 1 Mar 1632/3
proved: Apr 1633
JEFFRYE WHITE 1 cow which is with WILLIAM ADAMS
RENALD WHITE 1 cow which is with JOHN MARTEN
brother: HUMPHRYE WHITE 1 cow which is with RAFE NICHOLAS
GEFFRYE GARTRELL'S 3 daughters 1 cow more which is with WEARNE WILLIAMS
WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN WHITE & ELNOR WHITE 1 cow which is with JAMES HOCKIN
HUMPHRYE WHITE'S 3 daughters 6 sheep
MARGARET WHITE 10 sh.
ANES COSER 2 sh.
JANE GOLH 3 sh.
JOHN BOYES 2 sh.
WILLIAM COCKE of Gwithian 2 sh.
JEFFRYE GARTRELL the younger all the rest & executor
overseers: HUMPHRYE WHITE & HUMPHRYE WILLIAMS
John "X" White
witnesses: JOHN GARTRELL, MARGET GARTRELL, NAN ANCOSER, ELESABETH? GARTRELL
Inventory 9 March 1632/3 by JEFFRYE GARTRELL & WILLIAM WHITE
JOHN WHITE, of Camborne
written: 1 May 1659
proved: 16 Sep 1666
daughter: GRACE w/o HENRY ELLIS 10 sh.
JANE w/o JOHN MICHELL 10 sh.
each grandchild 2 sh. 6 d.
kinsman: RICHARD WHITE 20 sh. & my best suit of apparel
daughter: JANE 10 sh.
son-in-law: THOMAS HARRIS
wife: (not named) executrix
John "W" White
witnesses: WILLIAM STEVEN, BENATE WIES?
Codicil refers to articles of agreement between testator and "JOHN
father of THOMAS HARRY my son-in-law"
John "W" White
witnesses: JOHN HARRYS, RICHARD HARRYS
Inventory 13 Sep 1667 by FRANCIS HOCKING & BENNATT COCK
RICHARD WHITA of Gwithian
written: not dated
proved: 13 December 1626
poor of Gwithian ??
poor of Phillack 2 sh. 6 d.
son's daughter: CAY 20 sh.
daughter's son (not named) 20 sh.
daughter: CHESTEN a ewe
daughter: JENNY a ewe
ALSE DREW 10 sh.
son: JAMES WHITA 14 L.
four servants 4 ewes
THOMAS GUYAN heifer of 1 year
JAMES TEAGE a ewe & a lamb (& 6 L. which he owes him)
wife: JANE | all the rest
& son: BENNAT | executors
witnesses: RICHARD DREWE, WILLIAM ( ) CARVEAEG, JAMES TEAGE
WILLIAM WHITTA of Phillack
written: 22 May 1616
proved: 3 Jul 1618
WILLIAM COCKE s/o RICHARD COCK 13 d.
WILLIAM WHITTA s/o JAMES WHITTA 3rd part of Sir. FRANCIS GODOLPHEN'S lease + 13 sh. 4 d.
wife: ELANE (also ELEN) the other 2/3 of the said lease and 1/2 of Trewane REDIGON 1/2 of Trewane
ELNOR d/o JAMES WHITTA 30 sh.
MARGARET d/o JAMES WHITTA 30 sh.
JOHN WHITTA s/o JAMES WHITTA 30 sh.
CATRINE EMET 6 sh.
son: HUMPHRYE & wife ELAN all the rest & executors overseers:
ALEXANDER ANGOVE & JAMES NICHOLL
witnesses: ALEXANDER ANGOVE, JAS ( ) NICHOLL
Inventory 11 June 1618 by ALEXANDER ANGOVE & JEFFRY GARTRELL
HUMPHREY WILLIAMS of Gwithian
written: 31 Dec 1639
proved: 4 Mar 1639/40
for forgotten tithes 2 sh.
poor of St. Udy 12 d.
STEPHEN PAWLYE'S daughter JONE a heifer of 2 years
the rest of his children 1 ewe lamb each
JOHN WHITA'S 2 daughters 1 heifer of 1 year and 30 sh. owed by JOHN WHITA
to the testator
cousin WILLIAM'S son HUMPHREY 1 round table board & a little chest
brother BAWDEN'S children WM & ANNE 1 ewe each
HUMPHREY WHITA a half bushell of barley
RICHARD PENSEW the younger & his daughter ANNE 1 ewe & lamb
MARISH PENSEW 1 ewe lamb
MARY w/o WM COCK my maser cup
KATHERINE COCK 1 ewe
CHESTON PENSEW 1 ewe
eldest brother's son: JOHN WILLIAMS of St. Udy 10 sh.
cousin: WILLIAM WILLIAMS my table board with the horne & 40 sh.
ANTHONY COCK, CONSTANCE & GRACE 1 ewe lamb each or 2 sh. apiece
brother BAWDEN'S son RICHARD 1 ewe & lamb or 5 sh. 8 d & my coat
brother BAWDEN'S widow SAPIENCE 5 sh.
brother BAWDEN'S daughter BLANCH 1 ewe lamb
CHARLES HOCKIN 1 ewe lamb or 2 sh.
son-in-law JAMES WHITA all the rest & executor
overseers: WM WILLIAMS & WM COCKE
Humphry ( ) Williams
witnesses: WILLYAM ( ) COCKE, JOHN HARRY the younger, BENETT "O" WHITA,
THOMAS ( ) CARTHEW
Inventory 13 Jan 1639/40 by JOHN WHITA & BENNETT WHITA
JAMES WILLIAMS, yeoman, of St. Hilary
written: 4 Apr 1734
proved: 7 May 1734
SAMUEL ROWE of Breage 40 L.
THOMAS ROWE s/o SAMUEL ROWE 10 L.
sister: GRACE w/o SAMUEL ROWE | all my estate in 2 tents. cd.
ELIZABETH ROWE & FAITH ROWE dd/o SAMUEL ROWE | Trevorves & Rigeny in Breage
after death of GRACE, to her daughters + 150 L.
ANNA ORCHARD d/o MARGARET ORCHARD of Breage 20 L. + 20 L. more
RICHARD PENGILLY of St. Hilary 20 L.
GRACE PENGILLY of St. Hilary 20 L.
cousin: ALICE DOWNS 20 L.
URSULA w/o JOHN PEARSE of St. Hilary, & RICHARD PEARSE, JOAN PEARSE & URSULA PEARSE, ss & dd/o the above 20 L. between them
SAMPSON VEALE & RICHARD VEALE ss/o SAMPSON VEAL of St. Erth 40 L. sterling
JANE VEALE, their mother
GILBERT CURNOW of Breage dwelling house in Perra Green on the Commons of
Trevorvas in Breage
SARAH w/o WM CARTER of Perran Sand, blacksmith 10 L.
ANNA GUBINS of Phillack 5 L.
THOMAS HEARLE of St. Erth 1 old pair of cartwheels & the axeltree
EDWARD MOILE of Breage the lease of the house wherein he dwells
THOMAS DAWN of Breage all bills, bond, notes of his due me (for which he is
to pay 10 L.)
JAMES KING of St. Hilary 1 gold guinea
JAMES POLGLAZE of Breage 10 L.
GRACE GILLEY of St. Hilary featherbed
JOHN TREMELLING of St. Erth
GEORGE KING of St. Hilary the scriptor
JOAN w/o FRANCIS ELLIS of St. Erth 1 guinea & hay rik in Trevisa
JOHN s/o JOHN JAMES of Carbis 1 guinea
WALTER SIMONS of Breage 1 guinea
JAMES PETERS of Breage riding coat
poor widows of Breage & St. Erth 40 sh. each parish
GEORGE VEALE s/o SAMPSON VEALE of St. Erth (not 21) al the rest & executor
overseers: good friends PETER RALPH of Manaccan in Meneage, WM PENBERTH of St. Hilary & FRANCIS ELLIS of St. Erth & WALTER SIMONS of Breage
witnesses: CHARLES KING, GEORGE KING, JNO PEARSE
Vol. 10. p. 322
MARGARET WILLIAMS of St. Erth
written: 17 Aug 1713
proved: 10 Oct 1715
brother: WILLIAM WILLIAMS 5 sh.
ELIZABETH COAD w/o THEOPHILUS COAD all money I have out upon bonds & notes
RICHARD COAD s/o THEOPHILUS COAD all the rest & executor
witnesses: ROGER WEARN, BLANCH ( ) SANDREY
Vol. 2, p. 190
WILLIAM WILLIAMS als. GREEBER, laborer, of Camborne
written: 25 Nov 1635
proved: 12 Feb 1635/6
son: PASCOWE WILLIAMS als GREEBER 1 ewe sheep
CHESTON w/o WILLIAM TRESTYNIAN of Maddern 1 ewe sheep
grandchild: CHRISTIAN CURNOWE 1 ewe great w/ lambe
poor of Camborne 3 sh.
wife: AMYE all the rest & executrix
William "X" Williams als. Greeber
witnesses: JOHEM ROWE, rector of Camborne; KATHERINE ROWE, ELLINOR ( ) JEFFERIE
RICHARD WILLS of Gwithian
Admon granted 5 July 1632 to ALICAE WILLS of Gwithian, relict.
Bondsman DIGORY PHILLIPS of Camborne.
THOMAS WINCH of St. Erth
written: 19 Aug 1655 (nuncupative)
proved: 18 Nov 1655
MATHEW SEARLE his wive's best gowne and one paire of andirons
sister-in-law: FFRANCES KENT all the rest & executrix
witnesses: RICHARD FFOWLER, ELIZABETH ( ) FFOWLER
P.C.C., 1655, folio 453