The following Wills and Admons were all abstracted by me personally. I have attempted to do as accurate a job as possible, but some of the early wills are difficult to read, so I cannot promise that all are mistake-free. If you discover a will that you need to prove a family connection, I urge you to order a copy of the original. Cornish Probate records can be ordered on microfilm thru the LDS Family History Centers. All LDS-filmed wills prior to 1714 are originals; the ones beginning at that date are clerk's copies. Because the filmed probate records are a bit difficult for the beginner, I have provided an explanation of what is available on my Guide to Cornish Probate Page.
All Wills & Admons below are listed in alphabetical order, first by surname, then by given name. Different spelling of surnames are treated as if all are spelled the same and are listed in order of given name; ie: James BENNETS is listed before Robert BENNATTS.
I have not attempted to index (beyond the following list of testators surnames), since valuable connections might be missed if using an index only. So browse and enjoy!
Surnames beginning with the letters A through J are listed below. For surnames begining with the letters K through W, click here.
Angove, Banfield, Bant, Baragwanath, Barber, Barnes, Bason, Batrell, Bayley, Bell, Bennatts, Berriman, Bishop, Blight, Boase, Bolitho, Bosanko, Bossowe, Bowden, Bray, Browne, Bussavarne, Cardew, Carnarthen, Carter, Chaple, Chinalls, Chinoweth, Christopher, Clearke, Clether, Clise, Cock, Collins, Conner, Coode, Cooke, Cooper, Corey, Cornish, Crudge, Curnow, Eddy, Edwards, Ellis, Eustace, Eva, Gartrell, Geen, Glasson, Gummoe, Hampton, Harris/Harry, Hawes, Hingston, Hockin, Hodge, Hosking, Jacka, James, Jeffrey, Jenkin, John.
ALEXANDER ANGOVE, of Phillack written: 26 Dec 1643 proved: 16 Apr 1644 poor of Illogan 3 sh. 4 d. poor of Phillack 3 sh. 4 d. grandchild: JANE ANGOVE 5? L grandson: NATHANIELL ANGOVE 40 sh. the rest of son REYNOLD's children: ANNE, JOHN, JULIAN & ELIZABETH 20 sh. apiece rest of grandchildren: 12 d. apiece son: REYNOLD & ALCE his wife tent. in Egloshayle called Park an Deere or Park Egloshayle (to grandson JOHN ANGOVE after death of REYNOLD, ALCE & GRACE) daughter: GRACE w/o JOHN HARRY a life on the above property son REYNOLD all the rest & executor Alexander ( ) Angove witnesses: GREGORY PHILLIPPS, JOHN ( ) NANCE als. NICHOLAS Inventory 1 March 1644 by JEFFRY GARTRELL Junr. & ERASMUS PASCOW of Phillack & JOHN HARRY als. TOLLESETHEN of Gwithian AP/A/262 .......... JANE ANGOVE, widow, of Illogan written: 1 Apr 1602 proved: 6 Apr 1611 poor of Illogan 5 sh. poor of Uni Redruth 5 sh. daughter: JOHAN w/o ROBERT TRESADDERNE 1 cow or 40 sh. daughter: MARGARET w/o JOHN HAWIS 1 cow or 40 sh., 1 featherbed, 1 brasse pott ALEXANDER s/o said JOHN HAWIS 1 heifer or 26 sh. daughter: MARIE w/o JOHN TRANOCKE 1 cow or 40 sh. goddaughter: AGNES d/o the said JOHN TRANOCKE 1 heifer or 26 sh. son: ALEXANDER 1 ox or 50 sh. godson: REYNOLD s/o ALEXANDER ANGOVE 1 heifer or 26 sh. JOHN HOCKIN 1 cow or 40 sh. JOHN ANGOVE s/o JOHN ANGOVE deceased 10 sh. JANE ANGOVE d/o JOHN ANGOVE deceased 1 brass pan of about 30 gallons & 1 brass crock of four gallons ELIZABETH d/o said JOHN ANGOVE 1 brass pan of about 16 gallons & 1 brass crock of about 4 gallons MARGARIE d/o said JOHN ANGOVE 1 brass pan of about 20 gallons & 1 brass crock of about 6 gallons RICHARD ANGOVE s/o said JOHN ANGOVE all the rest & executor overseers: JAMES BASSETT & JOHN NANCE Jane ( ) Angove witnesses: JAMES BASSETT, JOHN NANCE, PHILLIPPA TODD, ALLEX POLKINGHORNE, RD: HAWEIS AP/A/64 .......... ALEXANDER BANDFELL, of Lelant written: 29 Sep 1657 proved: 8 Jan 1660/1 son: JOHN BANDFELL part of tent. in Nance which he now holds daughter: HONOR 20 L within 1/2 year of her marriage day daughter: ANN 20 L within 1/2 year of her marriage day grandson: (not named) a heifer of 4 years kinsman: JOHN SAMEN'S son 1 hoggettt of a year old wife: BARSEBDY all the rest & executor Alexander Bandfell witnesses: WILLM KELWAYS, JOHN SAMEN Inventory 12 April 1658 by JOHN COCK & RICHARD STEVEN AP/B/1281 .......... ALEXANDER BANDFIELD, of Ludgvan written: 13 Mar 1709/10 proved: 23 Jan 1710/11 son: JOHN BANDFIELD (various lands) brother: JOHN BANDFIELD overseer wife: MARY BANDFIELD 6 L. a year, bay mare, the great cow called Gentell daughter: JANE BANDFIELD 50 sh. son: ALLEXANDER BANDFIELD 10 L., the white-headed heifer, 6 sheep daughter: AGNESS 7 L. daughter: JONE BANDFIELD 7 L. daughter: BATHSHEBA BANDFIELD 50 sh. granddaughter: AGNES CHELEAW a heifer son: HENRY BANDFIELD all the rest & executor Alecr. Bandfield witnesses: HENERY PETERS, WILLIAM KELWAY, JOHN BANDFIELD .......... EDWARD BANFIELD, yeoman, of St. Erth written: 17 Oct 1736 proved: 3 Feb 1736/7 wife: WILLMOT daughter: ANN daughter: FRANCIS daughter: WILLMIT son: EDWARD overseers: JAMES TREWHELLA of Towednack, JOHN PEARCE of Lelant witnesses: ELIZABETH PRAED, MARY TREWHELAH, JOHN PEARSE Vol. 12, p. 184 .......... JOHN BANFIELD, of Lelant written: 14 Mar 1721/2 proved: 4 May 1722 wife: FFRANCES son: JOHN BANFIELD estate in Trencrome grandson: HENRY OLIVER 22 L when age 21 granddaughter: ANN BANFIELD heifer w/ calf son: EDWARD BANFIELD estate in Nance & executor witnesses: JOHN PEARSE, HENRY BANFIELD, MARY "/" BANFIELD Vol. 5, p. 375 .......... JAMES BANT, merchant, St. Mary in Scilly written: 27 Apr 1709 proved: 29 Oct 1709 daughter: ELIZABETH BANT 20 L. when 21 daughter: MARTHA BANT 20 L. when 21 poor of St. Mary 20 sh. wife: MARGARET BANT all the rest & executrix James Bant witnesses: FFRANCES LOY, PETER RATTENBURY, JOHN COSSEN, JAMES MICHELL .......... JOHN BARAGWANATH, of Towednack written: 4 Sep 1657 proved: 7 Jan 1660/1 daughter: EMBLEN 3 L. 6 sh. 8 d. | & the house in Chelason for daughter: ELIZABETH 3 L. 6 sh. 8 d. | the years to expire daughter: CATHREN 5 L. granddaughter: MARY 40 sh. JOHN ????? his children a black heifer (all crossed out) JOHN THOMAS his children 1 red calf son: RICHARD 2 calves MARY J C (crossed out) JOHN CORNOW his children my grandchildren 3 sh. wife: (not named) & daughter: JANE all the rest & executors John "I B" Baragwanath witnesses: THOMAS "+" TREWHELLA, WILLIAM CALENSOW Inventory 3 Jan 1660/1 by WILLIAM RUSSELL & TEGE EADE AP/B/1283 .......... PETER BARBAR, merchant, of St. Ives written: 27 Jul 1711 proved: 3 Jul 1712 daughter: ELIZABETH HARRIS 30 L (from bond due from son-in-law RICHARD HARRIS, her husband) grandson: PETER BARBAR JUR. 30 L. now in the hands of his grandmother JANE BARBAR granddaughters MARY & ANNE (sisters of the said Peter) 5 L. each "money due" from daughter-in-law JANE BARBAR about 30 L which I have first given my great grandson PETER BARBAR JUR granddaughter: ALISE BARBAR d/o my son RICHARD BARBAR A BOND OF 8 L daughter ANNIS TOMAN 1/2 tent in Areveon for 3 lives daughter ANNIS TOMAN'S children (not named) 5 L. each when 21; 30 L in all son-in-law: GEORGE TOMAN 1/2 my wearing apparel granddaughter: MARY MAJOR 5 L. granddaughter: JANE MAJOR 10 L. ANNIS MAJOR 5 L. ELIZ. MAJOR 10 L. grandson PETER BARBAR all the rest & executor trustees: kinsmen SAMLL. DREW? & RICHARD BARBAR Peter "P" Barbar witnesses: JOHN STEPHENS, RICHARD HARRY, ANNISS HOCKING .......... JOHN BARNES, of Marazion written: 15 Jan 1703 proved: 17 Jan 1704/5 cousin: SAMUEL OLIVER 10 sh. cousin: KATHERINE BOWDEN 1 small silver dish sister: MARY BARNES all the rest & executrix John Barnes witnesses: WILLIAM POULGREANE, WILLIAM BUSSO .......... THOMAS BARNES, yeoman, of St. Erth written: 6 Nov 1713 proved: 29 Apr 1713 (1714) wife: CHARITY BARNES 6 L. yearly daughter: JOAN w/o NICHOLAS BERRIMAN 13 L. sons: WILLIAM, THOMAS, JOHN son: GEORGE BARNES son: JOHN BARNES executor Thomas ( ) Barnes witnesses: JAMES COREY, FFRANCIS? EUDY, HONOR ( ) GLANVILLE .......... NICHOLAS BASON JUR., gentleman, of Newlyn in Paul written: 12 Apr 1703 proved: 20 Jan 1703/4 servant: JOHAN JAMES 100 L. & the bed & furnishings that she now hath brother: JOHN BASON all my lands & tents., all the rest & executor Nicholas Boson witnesses: JAMES JENKYNS, MARY LANYON, DOROTHY SAMSON .......... THOMAS BOSEN, of Newlyn in Paul written: 2 Feb 1633/4 proved: 21 Mar 1633/4 sister-in-law: JANE GROSSE 10 L PENELOPE GROSSE 10 L Aunt ARUNDELL my wife's riding suit, cloak, etc. poor of Paul 5 L church of Paul 5 L every godson 12 d JOHN BOSEN 20 sh. apprentice: EDMUND 5 L EDWARD TONKEN 20 sh. servant: MARGARET TONKEN the higher house where CHESTON THOMAS did dwell during her life; petticoat, waistcoat etc. servant: RICHARD BALL 10 sh. aunt: JANE TRENWITH my wife's best gown sisters: JANE TOPMANS, PRICILLA NEWELL, JONE HOSKEN all the rest & executrixes Thomas Bosen witnesses: RICHARD TREMEARNE Inventory 5 March 1633/4 by NICHOLAS BOSSEN, WALTER NOYE, RICHARD COCK & THOMAS TONKEN. AP/B/851 .......... JOHN BATTRELL, of Illogan, innkeeper? written: 27 Mar 1703 proved: 29 Apr 1708 3 brothers: WM., MATTHEW & ROGER 1 sh. apiece sister: (not named) 1 sh. THOMAS BATTRELL s/o ROBERT BATTRELL & MARTHA d/o MATTHEW BATTRELL my dwelling house in Redruth wife: CHRISTIAN all the rest & executrix John "X" Battrell witnesses: ROGER BOTTLER, JOHN "O" LUKE, WM. HOCKINGE .......... HENRY BAYLEY, of St. Ives written: 9 May 1640 (nuncupative) proved: 21 Jul 1640 granddaughter: ALICE BAYLEY 12 d. daughters: CHESTON WHITE & AGNES BENNETT all the rest & executrixes witnesses: ELIZABETH EDWARDS, ELIZABETH RICHARDS SEN & JUN, MARY NICHOLLS AP/B/999 .......... ROBERT BELL, tinner, of Zennor written: 15 Apr 1698 proved: 18 Jan 1699/1700 poor of Zennor: 8 sh. kinsman: JOHN ROBINSON & his wife 20 sh. sister: ELIZABETH BELL interest of 10 L. which will be 12 sh. per annum landlady: ANN RETELLACK 6 L. "for whatever paynes she took with me" landlord: THOMAS RETELLACK my riding horse JOHN STEVENS--his brothers, sister & friends as my loving friends as trustee JOHN STEVENS should think fit brother: CHRISTOPHER BELL all the rest & executor trustee: JOHN STEVENS Robert Bell witnesses: JAMES ( ) QUICK, MATHEW STEEVENS, ANDREW STEVENS .......... AMY BENNATTS, of St. Ives, widow written: __ Aug 1723 proved: 3 Jan 1731/2 eldest son: JAMES BENNATTS 5 sh. daughter: PHILIP w/o EDWARD QUICK 5 sh. daughter: AMY w/o CHARLES JENKEN 5 sh. daughter: FRANCES 30 L daughter: ELIZABETH w/o GEORGE BENNATTS 20 L yearly grandchildren: 12 d. each 2 youngest sons: RICHARD BENNATTS & JOHN BENNATTS all the rest & executors brother: RICHARD NICHOLAS & son: JAMES BENNATTS trustees during the minority of the executors Amy ( ) Bennatts witnesses: WM. POLKINGHORNE, RICHARD NICHOLAS, JOHN ( ) NICHOLAS Vol. 6, p. 145 .......... GEORGE BENNETTS, of Uny Lelant 18 Apr 1706, Admon granted to THOMAS BENNETT, son bondsmen: THOMAS BENNETT, blacksmith of Uny Lelant & ROBERT BENNETT, yeoman of St. Ives & JOHN LEANE, yeoman of Uny Lelant renunciation of MARY BENNATS, widow, in favor of her son THOMAS BENNATTS witnesses: WILLIAM "W" TYACK, EDMUND UREN .......... GEORGE BENNET, of Gwennap written: 2 Oct 1718 proved: 19 May 1720 son: MARK 3 fields of land joining w/ Carvannal Lane during the term of the lease daughter: JANE 1 sh. yearly for life daughter: SARAH 5 sh. son-in-law: CHARLES LENINE 1 sh. son: THOMAS all the rest George ( ) Bennet witnesses: WILLIAM SAMPSON, JOHN PEARCE Vol. 2, p. 64 .......... HENRY BENNETTS, husbandman, of Marazion written: 5 Dec 1710 proved: 26 Apr 1711 son: JONATHON all my wearing apparel, 5 sh., dwelling house, great brass crock; after his mother's decease. daughter: MARGARET 5 L. & note of 3 L. 5 sh. due from her husband HENERY MOLLARD daughter: JOAN 15 L. 4 grandchildren (not named) 5 sh. apiece brother: ALEXANDER BENNETTS my best shirt poor of town of Marazion 5 sh. wife: MARGARET all the rest & executrix Henery ( ) Bennetts witnesses: MARTYN THOMAS, HENERY "R" RALF .......... JAMES BENNATT, shipwright, of Penzance written: 20 Nov 1680 proved: 25 Jun 1689 poor of Maddern 5 sh. daughters: LYDIA & DORCAS 5 pounds each wife: CHRISTIAN end of will missing witnesses: FRA. NEWMAN, AR. PAYNTER, WM. MADDERN, DOROTHY NEWMAN Inventory taken 22 June 1689 by HENRY USTICKE & RICHARD PEERSE, gent. Deposition taken 27 May 1712 at St. Neot: deponee HENRY USTICKE of Maddern, age 60, says "all the witnesses are dead." Other deponees are ALEXANDER READ of Penzance, age 61, and THOMAS FLEMMING of Maddern, age 53. AP/B/2184 .......... JANE BENNETTS, widow, of St. Just in Penwith written: 25 Mar 1712 proved: 19 May 1720 son: RICHARD BENNATTS 4 L yearly to be paid out of Bosvarne tent. son-in-law: ANTHONY OATES 2 sh. 6 d. ALICE OATES d/o ANTHONY 2 sh. 6 d. JANE OATES d/o ANTHONY 12 L ANTHONY OATES s/o ANTHONY 2 sh. 6 d. WILLIAM s/o ANTHONY OATES 2 sh. 6 d. JOHN s/o ANTHONY OATES 2 sh. 6 d. JAMES s/o ANTHONY OATES 2 sh. 6 d. LOVEDAY d/o ANTHONY OATES 2 sh. 6 d. ELIZABETH d/o ANTHONY OATES 2 sh. 6 d. kinsman: HUN: BENNETTS 5 sh. 2 daughters: MARY w/o JOHN GILBERT & MARTHA w/o MATHEW STEVENS all the rest witnesses: HUGH PEARCE, THOMASINE COLBARD, MARY USTICK Vol. 6, p. 70 .......... JOHN BENNETS, yeoman, of Pregilion? in Ludgvan written: 7 Dec 1712 proved: 28 Apr 1713 wife: (not named) 8 L. yearly daughter: (not named) w/o JOHN BAMFIELD 6 L. yearly grandchildren: ELIAS & JOHN 1 guinea of gold each cousin: REYNOLD BENNETS 10 L & best suit of clothes brother: ALEXANDER house where he now lives son: JOHN all the rest & executor John Benn_____ witnesses: not legible .......... RICHARD BENNET, of St. Just in Penwith written: 20 Nov 1703 proved: 18 Apr 1706 son: RICHARD RICHARD s/o ANTHONY OATS "his brother" (of above): ANTHONY JOHN s/o JOHN GELBART son-in-law: ANTHONY OATS son-in-law: JOHN GELBART daughters: MARY & MARTHA daughter: JANE w/o ANTHONY OATS granddaughter: JANE OATS wife: JANE Richard Bennett witnesses: JAMES MILLET, CHAS: ELLIS .......... RICHARD BENNETT, of Churchtown, St. Hilary written: 2 Feb 1715/6 proved: 6 May 1719 son: HENRY dwelling house in St. Hilary wife: RACHEL all the rest sister-in-law: THOMASINE PEETERS, widow all the rest after death of wife after death of sister-in-law, all the rest to son HENRY Richard ( ) Bennatts witnesses: NICHOLAS JAMES, JOHN JAMES, RICHARD RIDER Vol. 5, p. 271 ......... RICHARD BENNETTS, joiner, of St. Ives written: 19 Jan 1731 proved: 4 May 1732 brother: JAMES BENNETTS 1 sh. brother: JOHN BENNETTS 1 sh. sister: ELIZABETH w/o GEORGE BENNETTS 1 sh. sister-in-law: AMY w/o CHARLES JENKING 1 sh. sister: FRANCIS w/o RICHARD MAJOR 10 L sister-in-law: PHILLIPP w/o EDWARD QUICK, of St. Ives, mason all the rest & executrix witnesses: MICHAEL MICHAELS, JOHN NOALL Vol. 9a, p. 216 .......... ROBERT BENNETT, yeoman, of Ludgvan written: 23 May 1703 proved: 19 May 1704 daughter: ANN 20 L. at age 21 son: ROBERT 20 L. at age 21 daughter: HESTER 20 L. at age 21 son: THOMAS 20 L. at age 21 daughter: JANE 20 L. at age 21 daughter: ELIZABETH 20 L. at age 21 son: RICHARD | wife: ELIZABETH | all the rest & executors Robert Bannett witnesses: JOHN CURNOW, WILLIAM WAYMOTH, EPHRAIM WAYMOTH .......... ROBERT BENNETTS, of Penzance written: 29 May 1720 proved: 8 Aug 1720 daughter: HONOR 10 L son: ROBERT 1 sh. & all my wearing apparel daughter: MARGERY executrix Robert ( ) Bennets witnesses: ALEXANDER READ, HENRY EDMONDS, NICHOLAS ( ) JASPER Vol. 6, p. 101 .......... THOMAS BENNETS, of Marazion written: 23 Jul 1708 proved: 26 Apr 1711 son: CHARLES BENNETS 1 sh. "all his children" 1 sh. each daughter: MARY HARRIS 1 sh. "her children" 1 sh. each daughter: JANEY TEAG 1 sh. "all her children" 1 sh. each wife: MARGRETT BENNETS all the rest & executrix Thomas "T" Bennets witnesses: ROBERT MILLET, ANN MILLETT .......... THOMAS BENNATTS, blacksmith, of Uny Lelant written: 6 Apr 1720 proved: 19 May 1720 wife: ELIZABETH 1 cow besides what is settled to her already son: THOMAS BENNATS fourscore L. when 18 & maintenance by my executor if son is not maintained sufficiently then WILLIAM RICHARDS of St. Ives to intervene... daughter: CHRISTIAN UREN 25 L. daughter: MARY 24 L. daughter: AMY 25 L. s/o EDMOND UREN a heifer 3 dd/o EDMOND UREN 3 ewe sheep poor widows of Lelant 20 sh. son: GEORGE BENNATS all the rest & executor Thomas Bennats witnesses: HENRY HOSKING, WILLIAM RICHARDS, ELIZABETH CHIRGWIN .......... WILLIAM BENNETS, husbandman, of Maddern written: 20 Nov 1719 proved: 4 Oct 1720 son: JOHN 1 sh. daughter: ANN w/o ROBERT SCEADON 1 sh. daughter: JOAN all other lands & goods & executrix William ( ) Bennetts witnesses: WILLIAM BOSKENNING, JOHN BENNETTS, JOHN NICHOLLS Vol. 6, p. 120 .......... JOHN BERIMAN, husbandman, of Moushole in Paul written: 14 Feb 1698 proved: 19 Oct 1709 son-in-law: SIMON JEKAH 1 sh. "his 4 children" (ie: Simon's) 1 sh. grandson: WILLIAM 5 sh. daughter: MARY all the rest & executrix John ( ) Beriman witnesses: JOHN RICHARDS SENR, JOHN RICHARDS JUNR, NICHOLAS RICHARDS .......... JOHN BERRIMAN, yeoman, of Zennor written: 13 Jan 1701 proved: 12 Oct 1708 wife: MARY 20 sh. a year son: RICHARD 40 sh. & the great crock SIBELLA PULGREAN 40 sh. & 1 pan daughter: REBECCA 40 sh., 1 crock, 2 pewter plates granddaughter: JANE PULGREAN 1 ewe son: JOHN BERRIMAN all the rest & executor John ( ) Berriman witnesses: ROBT DAVY, AVIS MICHALLS .......... PHILLIPPA BISHOP, widow, of St. Ives Town written: 16 Aug 1640 proved: 5 Jul 1641 church of St. Ives 10 sh. poor of St. Ives 10 sh. servant maid: JANE WILLIAMS flock bed, bolster, pair of sheets, certain clothes & household goods JANE d/o THOMAS GOODE waistcoat etc. JANE STEVENS handkerchief, pan, platter, apron goddaughter: PHILLIPP GOODE best quart, etc. mother-in-law: CICILYE BISHOPP 2 goddaughters: ELIZABETH d/o WILLIAM ROBERTS & CICILYE d/o widow BLAZYE 2 petticoats & 2 smocks mother-in-law's servant: CHRISTIAN handkerchief PHILLIPP QUICK my best petticoat etc. son: MARTIN BISHOPP all the rest & executor overseers: friends THOMAS GOODE & THOMAS QUICK Phillippa "X" Bishoppe witnesses: THOS GOODE, THOMAS "X" QUICKE, JHN: LAWRIE, JOHES COCKING, WILLIAM USTIS Admon granted to THOMAS GOODE of St. Ives and THOMAS QUICK of Zennor, yeomen on 5 July 1641, MARTIN BISHOPP being under age. Inventory 7 September 1640 by Mr. THOMAS EDWARDS, EPHRAIM SISE & HENRIE WILLIAMS AP/B/1032 .......... RICHARD BLIGH, tynner, of Illogan written: 27 Dec 1700 proved: 21 Jul 1701 eldest son: JOHN BLIGH 5 sh. son: GEORGE 5 sh. son: RICHARD 5 sh. son: JOSEPH 5 sh. son: NICHOLAS 5 sh. son: MICHAEL 5 sh. wife: AGNES all the rest & executrix Richard "I" Bligh witnesses: J. COCKER, GEORGE ( ) GILES, ROSAMUND "B" BROWN .......... JOHN BLIGHT, tinner, of Illogan written: 171? proved: 15 May 1712 wife & children (not named) all land & goods trustee: brother JOSEPH BLIGHT John Blight witnesses: SAMUELL + BROWNE, NICOLAS? "O" BLIGHT .......... JACOB BOASE, of Penzance written: 17 Apr 1702 proved: 9 May 1702 brother: JOHN BOASE fees & interest in the house where WILLIAM ANTHONY now lives during his lifetime, then to his son WILLIAM BOASE; if William dies without male heirs, then to the heirs of brother JOHN BOASE JOHN STONE s/o JOHN STONE 10 L. & my coult ANDREW STONE s/o JOHN STONE & ALICE d/o JOHN STONE 5 L. TONKING BOASE & JOHN BOASE ss/o my brother ROGER BOASE 40 sh. sister: ALES HACKER 40 sh. brother: TONKING BOASE--his 3 daughters 40 sh. father: TONKING BOASE my mare house where I now dwell; all the rest & executors: brother JOHN BOASE, and JOHN STONE the elder Jacob Boase witnesses: WILLM: WHITE, JOHN DODSON, ALIS ( ) HACKER .......... FFRANCIS BOLITHOE, yeoman, of Wendron written: 4 Dec 1712 proved: 18 Feb 1712/3 wife: (not named) the bed servant: JAMES PASCOW 10 sh. son: FFRANCIS BOLITHOE all the rest & executor guardians of son: trusty & well-beloved friends my brother JOHN COCK & my kinsman WILLIAM PRIOR Ffra. Bolithoe witnesses: ELIZABETH "D" DREW, JOHN BOLITHOE .......... THOMAS BOSANKOE, yeoman, of Crowan written: 7 Aug 1709 proved: 5 Oct 1710 "whereas was given my sister ALICE now wife of STEPHEN NICHOLAS by will of my grandfather THOMAS REYNOLDS a legacy of 20 L. yet unpaid..." wife: ELIZABETH all the rest & executrix Tho Bosankoe witnesses: RO: HOOKER, RICHARD PENHALL .......... JOHN BOSSOWE, of Perranuthnoe written: 18 May 1698 proved: 21 Oct 1698 son: PETER 20 L. & 2 ewes son: WILLIAM 10 L. wife: MARY 1/2 of lands in Perran where I live son: THOMAS land in St. Illery & the house to build between my sons son: JOHN all the rest & executor John Bossew witnesses: WILLIAM FFAVELL, THOMAS HOSKEN .......... JAMES BOWDEN, of town of Marazion written: 30 Dec 1711 proved: 15 May 1712 son: EDWARD 1 sh. son: JAMES 1 sh. son: WILLIAM 1 sh. daughter: CATRIN 1 sh. & 1 featherbed, bolster & sheet wife: (not named) executrix James Bowden witnesses: WM. PAUL, WM. PAUL JUNR. .......... AMBROS BRAY, of Gwennap written: 8 Jul 1700 proved: 15 Oct 1707 nephew: RICHARD BRAY 5 sh. "his sister" ANNE w/o RALPH GOLSERY? 1 sh. SILENCE POLAMOUNTER, widow 12 sh. "her daughter" ELIZABETH 10 sh. wife: ELIZABETH all the rest & executrix Ambrose ( ) Braye witnesses: JOHN MAGEN, CHRISTIAN ( ) RAWLING, SILENCE POLLAMOUNTER .......... THOMAS BRAY, of Morvall written: 27 Aug 1707 proved: 27 Dec 1708 son-in-law: FFRANCIS BONNEY __ sh. "his son" FFRANCIS BONNEY 2 sh. 6 d. daughter-in-law: ELIZABETH HOCKEN 1 sh. "her son" FFRANCIS SEAWELL 2 sh. 6 d. daughter-in-law: MARY EUDY 1 sh. brother-in-law: GEORGE LUCAS 1 sh. & my best suit of apparel "his daughter" MARY 2 sh. 6 d. wife (not named): estate and household goods during her life godson: THOMAS OLIVER, of East Looe 2 sh. 6 d. ANNE EUDY d/o RICHARD EUDY of East Looe all the rest & executrix Thomas Bray witnesses: THOMAS OLIVER, RICHARD EUDY, MARY "B" BONNEY .......... EDWARD BROWNE, of Illogan, "son to JOHN BROWNE, decd." written: 9 Aug 1705 proved: 25 Aug 1705 brother: JOHN 1 sh. brother: THOMAS 1 sh. sister: ELIZABETH 1 sh. sister: DOROTHY 1 sh. sister: MARGERY ROBINS all the rest & executrix Edward "E" Brown witnesses: JOHN BROWNE, ANN ( ) DAVIS .......... HENERY BROWN, yeoman, of Phillack written: 20 Apr 1713 proved: 1 Jul 1713 mother: CHARITY NICHOLS 1 L. daughter: MARGARET 4 score L. when 21 son-in-law: HENERY WILLIAMS 1 sh. daughter: CHARITY 1 sh. aunt: MARGARET NICHOLLS 1 cow & six ewes "if she survive the both of us" wife: RUTH all the rest & executrix Henery Brown witnesses: JOHN NICHOLLS, SARA ( ) PHILLIPS .......... JOHN BROWNE the Elder, of Illogan written: 20 May 1623 proved: 3 Mar 1636/7 "to be buried in the Church of Uni Redruth" parish of Redruth 8 sh. 4 d. parish of Illogan 5 sh. daughter: CONSTANCE COCKE 1 ewe son: EDWARD BROWNE Parke Stene & the houses, paying 4 sh. 4 d. yearly for his rent for 40 years "if UDY & EDWARD shall live so long" also the other half of the stamping mill; also 4 L; also one of the bonds "which my brother EDWARD made to me" daughter: MARGERY war bonds ALEXANDER BROWNE my right in Pollponywhele son: JOHN BROWNE 6 L 5 sh. "which my brother EDWARD doth owe me" UDY, JOHN & EDWARD BROWNE rest of the bonds son: UDY BROWNE all the rest & executor John Browne witnesses: ALLEX POLKINHORNE, RICHARD ANGOWE Inventory 13 January 1636/7 by ALLEXANDER POLKINHORNE, RICHARD ANGOWE, ALEX HAWES & JOHN COCK AP/B/903 .......... WILLIAM BUSSAVARNE of St. Just, yeoman written: 26 Nov 1607 proved: 12 Oct 1608 poor of St. Just 10 sh. cousin: WILLIAM 13 L. 13 sh. 4 d. and a dun colt cousin: JOHN 6 L. 13 sh. 4 d. servant: MELLAR 2 guineas JONE TREVEALL 2 guineas JOHN EVANS the younger 2 guineas wife: ELINOR BOSAVERN all the rest & executor overseer: GLEN BOSUSTOW, gent .......... JOHN CARDEWE, husbandman, of Gwithian written: 23 May 1625 proved: 7 Jul 1625 poor of Gwithian 1 sh. poor of St. Collumbe 2 sh. 6 d. poor of St. Evall 6 d. wife: ELEANOR 1 cow son: RICHARD 10 sh. son: THOMAS 13 L 6 sh. 8 d. + 1 heifer (to share with JANE) daughter: MARY 13-6-8 daughter: JANE 13-6-8 (& to share 1 heifer with THOMAS) daughter: CHESTON 1 ewe daughter: GENEFRED 1 ewe daughter: ANNE 1 ewe sister: ANNIS WHITE & her children 10 sh. between them grandson: JOHN CARDEWE 1 heifer of 2 months granddaughter: KAYE 1 heifer of 2 months "my five cousins in Trevernan" 6 d. apiece every one of my godchildren 6 d/ apiece kinswoman: DOROTHIE servant unto Mr. JOHN ROY_EWE 1 ewe two servants: JOANE PHILLIPPS & THOMAS MICHELL 1 ewe lambe apiece son: JOHN all the rest & executor John ( ) Cardewe witnesses: RICHARD WHITTA, HUMFREE WILLIAMS, ROBERT STREEKE Inventory (not dated) by HUMPHRY WILLIAMS & ROBERT STREEKE. AP/C/605 .......... WILLIAM CARNARTHEN of Phillack written: 24 Aug 1731 proved: 11 May 1732 son: WILLIAM CARNARTHEN 5 L. son: CHARLES CARNARTHEN 7 L. son: JOHN CARNARTHEN 10 L., bed in hall, 6 sheep daughter: ANN CARNARTHEN 10 L. grandchildren (not named) 1 sh. each wife: MARY CARNARTHEN all the rest & executrix William ( ) Canarthan witnesses: EDWARD COLLINS, JANE COLLINS Vol. 9a, p. 202 .......... FRANCIS CARTER, of Breage, tinner written: "about the 16 Aug 1675" (nuncupative) proved: 5 Apr 1676 wife: THOMISIN all goods & estates and Executrix every one of his children 1 ewe sheep apiece witnesses: THOMAS ( ) CARTER, HENERY DAWN .......... JOHN CHAPLE, gentleman, of St. Wenn written: 5 Feb 1671/2 proved: 3 Jun 1672 sister: CONSTANCE CHAPLE 7 L in addition to the portion of 10 L given to her by my father JOHN CHAPLE wife: ALICE one bed furnished, cow, calf, one ??, 1 brass pan, 6 pewter platters, 10 ewes (in addition to her jointure) CHRISTOPHER MERIFEILD all my wearing apparel 3 daughters: HONOR CHAPLE, ELIZABETH CHAPLE, SUSAN CHAPLE executrixes good friends: ROBERT THOMAS, WILLIAM THOMAS, WARNE TIPPETT overseers John ( ) Chaple witnesses: JOHN TIPPETT, MATTH. TIPPETT, WILLIAM "/\" THOMAS .......... HENRY CHINALL, gentleman, of Maddern memorandum: about the beginning of June 1669, he stated all property to go to his wife HONOR, and she to be executrix children: (not named) witnesses: MARGARET NOYE (sign "M"), MARGARET CHINALLS .......... THOMAS CHINALS, of Madderne 3 Aug 1670, admon granted to WILLIAM NOYE, son-in-law signed by WILLM ORCHARD, WILLIAM ORCHARD JUR, WILL: NOYE, THOMAS BRAYE .......... ANTHONY CHINOWETH, gentleman, of Mudgion in St. Martin in Meneage written: 29 Dec 1607 proved: 18 Apr 1610 poor of St. Martin 6 Sh. 8 d. eldest son: HENRY CHINOWETH 1 cow son: JAMES CHINOWETH 1 cow JOHN CHINOWETH 1 cow daughter: TEMPERENCE CHINOWETH 100 L. on her marriage day "if she marry to the liking of my executor"; "if contrarie to the liking of my executor" then she is to receive only 40 L. wife: GRACE CHINOWETH all the rest & executrix overseer: THOMAS EDWARDS 4 sh. Antho: "X" Chinowethe witnesses: ________ RENALD, ________ PENTERGH? Inventory taken 16 February 1609 by ANTHONIE ROSKRUKE of St. Anthony, gent & THOMAS EDWARDS of Uny Lelant, gent. AP/C/225 .......... JAMES CHINOWETH, of St. Martin in Meneage written: 4 Jun 1613 proved: 4 Feb 1617 poor of St. Martins 10 L. brother: HENRIE CHINOWETH 20 sh. brother: JOHN CHINOWETH all my lands in Chinoweth and Trithall being in Golvall and St. Erth sister: TEMPERANCE 20 sh. MARGERY BOSOROW & BARBARA her daughter all the rest & executors James Chenoweth witnesses: BAR: WILLIAMS, SANDRY JOHN Inventory taken 27 January 1617 by JOHN CHINOWETH of St. Martin, gent; JOHN TREVESA of St. Martin, yeoman & THOMAS BOSOROW of Mawgan in Meneage, taylor. AP/C/403 .......... NICHOLAS CHRISTOPHER, yeoman, of Zennor written: 14 Sep 1767 proved: 4 May 1768 wife: ANN 4 L yearly out of several estates viz: tenement in Kerrow, part of a tenement in Trethewy (NAMOND & DYER are the Lords), another part of tenement in Trethwy (JOHN HARRIS Esq. is the Lord), estate in Bosper=Ennis, dwelling in Trethery where my son NICHOLAS CHRISTOPHER now lives daughter: CATHERINE CHRISTOPHER 80 L daughters ANN & ELIZABETH ww/o SAMUEL MITCHELL & MATHEW OSBORNE 1 sh. each son: JOHN CHRISTOPHER tent. in Kerrow sons: NICHOLAS & WILLIAM all the rest, and executors Nicholas Christopher (sign "N") witnesses: NIC: WALLIS, WILLIAM POLMEAR .......... WILLIAM CHRISTOPHER, yeoman, of St. Erth written: 15 Feb 1671/2 proved: 8 Mar 1671/2 brother: ROBERT CHRISTOPHER 10 L cosin: ROBERT CHRISTOPHER s/o my said brother ROBERT CHRIST. 10 L cosin: ARTHUR CHRISTOPHER s/o my brother ROBERT CHRIST. 5 L cosin: GILBERT CHRISTOPHER s/o my brother ROBERT CHRIST. 20 L; also 1 piece of plate called the Tumbler, my gold seal ring, 1 wainscot desk which had been my brother GILBERT'S cosin: MARGERY CHRISTOPHER d/o my brother ROBERT CHRIST. 5 L nephew: JAMES CHRISTOPHER s/o my brother JAMES CHRISTOPHER, decd. 30 L cosin: ANNE CHRISTOPHER d/o my brother JAMES CHRIST. 5 L cosin: MARGERY LUNHADDEN w/o JOHN LUNHADDEN 5 L sister: MARGERY DONNE, widow 5 L cosin: WM. TAUBIN 5 L cosin: JAMES DONNE 5 L cosin: JOHN DONNE 5 L brother: HUGH COLLETT 2nd suit of apparel sister: GRACE w/o said HUGH COLLETT 10 L cosin: JANE COLLETT d/o HUGH COLLETT 5 L cosin: GRACE COLLETT d/o HUGH COLLETT 5 L cosin: JAMES COLLETT s/o HUGH COLLETT 5 L cosin: MILSEN COWLING d/o ROBERT COWLING 40 sh. cosin: SUSANNA FFOWLER d/o my brother RICHARD FFOWLER, clerk 5 L CHRISTOPHER FFOWLER 20 L to buy him a ring to leave to his son and his son's son and his son's son's son until it be worn out KATHERINE THOMAS 5 L every godchild I have in St. Erth 1 sh. wife: DORCAS CHRISTOPHER all the rest & executrix William "W" Christopher witnesses: WILLIAM MICHELL, THOMAS MICHELL, NICHOLAS TREVORAN .......... JOSIAS CLEARKE, of Perranarworthal, yeoman written: 13 Mar 1675 proved: 19 Jul 1676 wife: FRANCES tent. called Blekidnicke during her life granddaughter: ELIZABETH WATTS the next life on caid tent., also Cosoase Moors "during the terme I have in it" daughter: JANE WATTES, w/o RICHARD WATTS the higher Blekidnicke & 5 sh. wife and granddaughter: all the rest & executrixes Josias ( ) Clearke witnesses: J. HENDRA, JAMES TRENGOUD, MICHAELL "X" LANGDON .......... WILLIAM CLETHER, yeoman, of Illogan written: 14 Aug 1670 proved: 12 May 1671 son: JACOB 14 & 10 Ls, right & interest in tent. called ?? & 16th part of ??? granddaughter: ANE CLETHER d/o MICHAEL CLETHER 5 L son: MICHAEL CLETHER all the rest & executor WILLIAM ( ) CLETHER witnesses: ??, JOHN NOX? .......... GRACE CLISE, widow, of Breage written: 12 Dec 1673 proved: 23 Jun 1674 son: THOMAS CLISE 4 d. daughter: ELNOR w/o THOMAS HARRY 6 d. daughter: JANE w/o JAMES RICHARDS daughter: ALES w/o STEPHEN POLKINHORNE 1 ewe son: JAMES CLISE | MARY CLISE | all the rest & executors MARGARET CLISE | Grace ( ) Clise witnesses: JNO ROGERS, AVIS "T" TONKIN, JANE ( ) WATTY .......... ANTHONY COCKE, of Gwithian written: 30 Mar 1679 proved: 28 Jul 1679 brother: BENNETT COCKE 40 sh. brother: CHARLES COCKE 4 L. sister: GRACE 6 L. CONSTANCE d/o my brother CHARLES COCKE my gold ring MARY & ANN dd/o PHILIP ANDREWARTHA 5 sh. each JANE w/o THOMAS MESSENGER 4 sh. CHESTON w/o JOHN WILLIAMS 4 sh. MARY d/o my brother JAMES COCK 10 L. JAMES s/o my brother JAMES COCK 40 sh. & a tent. called Water's tent. HENRY 2nd s/o my brother JAMES COCK 7 L. WILLIAM 3rd s/o my brother JAMES COCK tent. called Nanterawollas held of RICHARD HARRY ANTHONY youngest s/o my brother JAMES COCK 5 L. brother: JAMES COCK all the rest & executor witnesses: JOHN ( ) ANDREWARTHA, BARBARA "+" COCK .......... BENJAMIN COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 10 Mar 1769 proved: 7 Apr 1769 wife: ELIZABETH 5 L. daughter: GRACE (single) 15 L. daughter: JANE tent. in Gwithian Churchtown called the Doctor's Tent. + 3 guineas "her son" RICHARD BOADEN 1 lamb "her son" JOHN BOADEN 1 lamb daughter: ELIZABETH 10 L. servant: WILLIAM HARRY 10 sh. 6 d. son: BENJAMIN COCK (under 21) all the rest & executor Benjamin Cock witnesses: ROGER COCK, THOMAS WILLS Vol. 10, p. 437 .......... BENNETT COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 2 Dec 1700 proved: 21 Jul 1701 son: BENNETT COCK 15 L. & 1 moiety of Tent. where I now live daughter: MARGARET PHILLIPPS 15 L. son: JOHN COCK 20 L. & the other half of said tent. daughter: ANN 20 L. son: WILLIAM 10 L. daughter: JANE 10 L. house and garden to son WILLIAM & daughter JANE each grandchild 2 sh. 6 d. ELIZABETH WILLS 5 sh. JACUBB MAY 1 sh. poor of Gwithian 5 sh. daughter: ELIZABETH w/o THOMAS HOCKIN 5 sh. wife: JANE COCK all the rest & executrix Benett Cock witnesses: CHARLES COCK, CA. CRAZE, FFRANCIS HOCKIN .......... CHARLES COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 2 Jan 1730 proved: 6 Jul 1731 son: BENJAMIN COCK 1/2 of my right in Perwentidiue in Gwithian & half of Sander's tent. & half of little tent. in Connerton, 50 L., 1 mare, 10 sheep son: ROGER COCK other halves of tents., 50 L, 1 mare daughter: ANN COCK 100 guineas in gold & 30 sh. a year till she is 21 2 sons: CHARLES COCK & JOHN COCK all the rest & executors Charles Cock witnesses: RICHARD HOCKIN, JOHN COCK, JANE ( ) HOCKIN Vol. 9A, p. 39 .......... CHRISTOPHER COCK, of Helston, gent. written: 6 Apr 1678 proved 28 Jul 1679 poor of Helston: 10 sh. poor of St. Columb Minor: 10 sh. wife: JANE 40 sh. yearly son: CHRISTOPHER COCK 12 d. son: THOMAS COCK 12 d. daughter: JANE KING 12 d. daughter: MARGERY NENNIS 12 d. daughter: ANN HAMPTON 12 d. granddaughter: SARAH COCK 12 d. THOMAS COCK, PRUDENCE COCK & JANE COCK, ss & dd/o son THOMAS COCK 12 d. each grandson: CHARLES TREWHEELA 12 d. grandsons: THOMAS TREWHEELA, MATHEW TREWHEELA & DAVID TREWHEELA 5 L. each ELLINOR HAMPTON, EDWARD HAMPTON, THOMAS HAMPTON, JANE HAMPTON, MARY HAMPTON & ROBERT HAMPTON, ss & dd/o ROBERT HAMPTON of St. Erth 50 sh. each when age 21 grandsons: WILLIAM & DAVID NENNIS grandson: MATTHEW TRENWITH grandsons: JOHN MAY & CHRISTOPHER MAY 50 sh. each cousin: WILLIAM COCK of Helstone 5 L. daughter: MARY COCK all the rest & executrix Ch: Cock witnesses: WM. COCK, CHRISTOPHER TREWHEELA, EDWARD PEARCE JUR., ELIZABETH ( ) SANDOW, KATHERINE ( ) HARRIES Inventory taken 21 June 1679 by JOHN RICHARD & WILLIAM COCK, gent. AP/C/1812 .......... HENRY COCK, the elder, of Gwithian written: 3 Apr 1615 proved: 6 Jun 1617 son: THOMAS COCK a ewe & lamb son: WILLIAM COCK the elder a ewe & lamb WILLIAM COCK the younger of Paul parish a ewe & lamb son: HENRY COCK a ewe & lamb son: JOHN COCK the younger a ewe & lamb daughter: ANNES w/o PHILLIPP ANDREWARTHA a ewe & lamb RICHARD COCK of Nankerowe a ewe CATHERINE COCK w/o THOMAS COCK use of the wheat in Upton Close Henry ( ) Cock witnesses: THOMAS TEAGS, HUMFRIE WILLIAMS Inventory taken 8 April 1617 by BENET HARRIS & JOHN CARDUE AP/C/407 .......... HENRY COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: not dated proved: 3 Jan 1660/1 son: WILLIAM 10 L son: JOHN 13 L 6 sh 8 d daughter: MARY 20 L sister: SARAH 1 lamb sister: JANE 1 lamb sister: CHESTON 1 lamb sister: CONSTANCE 1 lamb sister: GRACE 1 lamb wife: CHESTON all the rest & executrix father-in-law: RICHARD SADLER | brother: BENNETT COCK | overseers Henry Cock witnesses: NICH: PHILLIPPS, MARY ( ) COCK Inventory taken 20 Sep 1659 by JOHN WHITE & CHARLES COCK AP/C/1245 .......... JAMES COCK, of Gwithian written: 19 Jun 1695 proved: 8 May 1696 wife: BARBARY 20 sh. quarterly and her maintenance youngest son: ANTHONY COCK 30 L. 2 eldest sons: JAMES COCK & HENRY COCK all the rest & executors James Cock witnesses: CHARLES COCK, PHILLIP ( ) MITCHELL, GRACE "+" HARRIES Inventory taken 6 May 1696 by CHARLES COCK and PHILLIP ANDREWARTHA AP/C/2315 .......... JAMES COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 12 Dec 1715 proved: 9 Mar 1715/6 daughter: GRACE COCK (under 16) 10 L. "if my wife is with child, I give that child or children 10 L. when 16" wife: MARY COCK son: JAMES COCK James Cock witnesses: RICHARD HOCKEN, NICHOLAS RICHARDS, CHRISTOPHER RICHARDS Vol. 2, p. 276 .......... JAMES COCK, yeoman, of Gwinear written: 27 Feb 1719 proved: 19 May 1720 daughter: MARY UREN 1/2 tent. called Geare in Gwinear JANE d/o RICHARD HOCKIN of nantarowe in Gwithian 1 guinea of gold when 21 daughter-in-law: BARBARA MICHELL 1 guinea of gold when 21 grandson: WILLIAM UREN 1 guinea of gold when 21 grandson: JAMES s/o WILLIAM UREN all the rest & executor James ( ) Cock witnesses: CHRISTOPHER PRYOR, KATHERINE HOCKEN, PHILIP ( ) CORIN Vol. 5, p. 56 .......... JANE COCK, widow, of Gwithian written: 9 Jun 1721 proved: 26 Oct 1721 daughter: ELIZABETH HOCKYN 10 L. daughter: MARGARET PHILLIPPS 10 L. daughter: ANN HOCKYN 10 L. daughter: JANE HOCKIN 10 L. grandson: BENNETT COCK 10 L. when 22 grandson: JOHN COCK 40 sh. when 22 other grandchildren 5 sh. each sister: ANN HARRIS 5 sh. kinswoman: ELIZABETH WILLS 5 sh. poor of Gwithian 5 sh. sons: JOHN COCK & WILLIAM COCK all the rest & executors (William to have the whole if he survives his brother; includes estate in Conerton) Jane ( ) Cock witnesses: EDWARD COLLINS, JOHN COLLINS Vol. 5, p. 303 .......... JOHN COCK, of St. Just in Penwith written: 16 Feb 1666 proved: 17 Apr 1667 daughter: PHILLIP w/o THOMAS MATHEW 1 sh. daughter-in-law: ANN w/o son THOMAS COCK decd. 1 sh. grandson: JOHN COCK JUR., s/o THOMAS COCK 5 L when age 21 wife: MARGARET COCK and | tent. in Buscasoll held of WM. GODOLPHIN of daughter: MARGARET COCK JR. | Paule & land held of WM BUSVARGUS of | St. Just, gent. & executrixes John Cock (sign "O") witnesses: EMANNELL MILLETT, BERNARD PENBERTHY (sign "B P") .......... JOHN COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: proved: 9 May 1734 wife: GRACE 10 L. a year, bed & goods, part of an Adventure in Illogan called Wheal trape close daughter: MARY COCK 100 L. & a heifer daughter: ALSE COCK 100 L. & a heifer daughter: GRACE w/o WILLIAM HOSKIN 1 guinea "her children" 1 guinea each son: JOHN COCK all the rest & executor Vol. 10, p. 368 .......... JOHN COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 3 Jul 1790 proved: 15 May 1793 grandson: JOHN COCK 60 L. when 21 grandson: JAMES COCK 10 L. when 21 grandson: CHARLES COCK 5 L. when 21 granddaughter: ELIZABETH COCK wearing apparel of my daughter ELIZABETH COCK, decd. sons: ROGER COCK & JOHN COCK all the rest & executors John Cock witnesses: BENNET COCK, JOHN GRIBBLE Vol. 19, p. 49 .......... MARGARET COCK, widow, of Gwithian written: 23 Jan 1782 proved: 12 May 1790 daughter: ANN w/o SAMUEL JOHNS of Gwinear 1 guinea of gold & a gold ring son: JOHN COCK 1 silver-brimmed fruit dish, called the Mazzard dish daughter: MARGARET household goods, wearing apparel & my gold wedding ring son: BENNETT COCK 1 large brass brewing pan JOHN , MARGARET & BENNETT: all the rest & executors Margaret "X" Cock witnesses: ROGER COCK, BLANCHE COCK Vol. 18, p. 24 .......... MARY COCK, widow, of Gwithian written: 13 Apr 1660 proved: 16 Apr 1667 daughter: GRACE BATT 2 L JOHN s/o CHARLES BATT 2 L MARGARET d/o CHARLES BATT 2 L ELIZABETH d/o CHARLES BATT 2 L CHESTIAN w/o JOHN COSER SARAH w/o ROBERT DIGGORY JANE w/o THOMAS NOWELL ANTHONY s/o MATHEW JOBB MARY w/o THOMAS TEMAN WILLIAM COCK s/o HENRY COCK decd. JOHN s/o HENRY COCK decd. MARY d/o HENRY COCK decd. silver pin JOHN MAGOR son: ROGER 6 L daughter: CONSTANCE 4 L son: ANTHONY 1 L son: JAMES 1 L wife of son JAMES (not named) son: CHARLES 1 L son: BENNETT all the rest & executor Mary ( ) Cock witnesses: CHESTIAN ( ) COCKE, widow; NICHOLAS PHILLIPS Inventory taken 20 Feb 1666 by FRANCES HOCKING & OLIVER HOCKING AP/C/1434 .......... ROGER COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 2 Jan 1792 proved: 15 May 1793 daughter: ALICE CARTHEW, widow, decd. (to her children the house & garden she lived in) grandchildren: RICHARD CARTHEW 3 guineas when 21 FRANCIS CARTHEW 3 guineas when 21 ALICE CARTHEW 2 guineas when 21 ELIZABETH CARTHEW 2 guinea when 21 son: WILLIAM COCK (under 16) 40 L. daughter: MARY COCK (under 16) 40 L. each of my other grandchildren: 2 sh. 6 d. each sons: JOHN COCK, ROGER COCK, JAMES COCK all the rest & executors Roger Cock witnesses: WILLIAM DAVY, ROWLAND VEALE JUR. Vol. 19, p. 43 .......... ROGER COCK, clerk, of Gwithian written: 4 Dec 1792 proved: 15 May 1793 wife: MARY maintenance daughter: MARY COCK 40 sh. a year + 20 L. son: THOMAS COCK tent. of Lower Penprase in Illogan, tent. of Penventinio in Gwithian daughter: ANN w/o WILLIAM TREWELLA of Towednack 10 L. son-in-law: WILLIAM TREWELLA 1 guinea in gold every grandchild & great-grandchild 5 sh. each daughter-in-law: MARY w/o THOMAS COCK 1 small gold ring elder son: ROGER COCK all the rest & executor Roger Cock witnesses: BENJAMIN COCK, ROWLAND VEALE Vol. 19, p. 51 .......... ROGER COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 9 May 1797 proved: 17 May 1798 son: JAMES COCK 5 L. yearly out of Pennance in Gwithian wife: BLANCH the lives on the same 2 sons: JAMES COCK & CHARLES COCK Roger Cock witnesses: JOHN COCK, JNO GRIBBELL Vol. 22, p. 593 .......... ROGER COCK, of Gwithian written: 5 Dec 1801 proved: 7 Jan 1802 brother: JOHN COCK 10 sh. 6 d. sister: MARY FOXWELL 15 L. brother: JAMES COCK 20 L & 5 L. yearly out of my estate as long as JOHN COCK the present life shall live. niece: ALICE CARTHEW 5 L. when 20 niece: ELIZABETH CARTHEW 5 L. when 20 nephew: FRANCIS CARTHEW 10 L. when 21 aunt: JANE PETHERICK 1 guinea in gold brother: WILLIAM COCK all the rest & executor Roger Cock witnesses: WILLIAM DAVEY, RICHD. HOCKIN JUNR. Vol. 24, p. 158 .......... ROGER COCK, of Gwithian written: 22 Jul 1802 proved: 12 Aug 1802 sister: ANN w/o WILLIAM TREWHELLA of Towednack 20 L. sister: MARY COCK 1 bed & bedding, household furniture & 70 L. nephew: JOHN COCK tent. of Penventinue in Gwithian brother-in-law: WILLIAM TREWHELLA 2 guineas in gold MARY COCK w/o THOMAS COCK half a guinea other nieces & nephews 10 sh. each brother: THOMAS COCK all the rest & executor Roger Cock witnesses: BENJAMIN COCK, BENJAMIN COCK JUNR. Vol. 24, p. 424 .......... THOMAS COCK als. DENNIS, yeoman, of St. Columb Minor written: 8 Feb 1635/6 proved: 3 Jun 1636 son: CHRISTOFFER COCKE 20 L son: THOMAS COCKE 60 L daughter: BEATTRES 3 score L daughter: AN 10 sh. her 3 younger children 10 sh. apiece c/o son CHRISTOFFER, being 6 children 20 sh. apiece son: JOHN his 2 children 20 sh. apiece son: JOHN already has the lease "where I now dwell" wife: MARGERYE to be paid ?? L yearly by son JOHN son-in-law: THOMAS JOHN owes 10 L by bond--to go to his children sister: THOMASINE 10 sh. godson: COLEN COCKE 12 d. godson: MARTEN ROBERT 12 d. man: JAMES 2 sh. son JOHN all the rest & executor Thomas Cocke witnesses: JOHN MICHELL Inventory 20 April 1636 by WILLIAM WATTS & THOMAS PELLEAN AP/C/876 .......... THOMAS COCK, of St. Columb Major written: 3 Dec 1643 proved: 18 Jun 1644 son: CRISTOVE COCK 3 L THOMAS s/o CRISTOVE son: WILLIAM COCK 3 L dd/o said WILLIAM to have 20 sh of the above amount daughters: ANNES COCK, GRACE COCK, JONE COCK all the rest & executors Thomas "X" Cock witnesses: JAMES CLISE?, JOHN ARTHUR Inventory taken 16 May 1644 by RICHARD PARKING & JOHN WITHIELL of St. Wenn AP/C/1096 .......... THOMAS COCK, of Gwithian 22 July 1681 MARY JAMES, sister, renounces the rights to goods of Thomas Cock and asks Admon to be granted to WILLIAM MICHELL of Gwithian. Witnessed by JA: CRASE & JOHN ( ) ANDREWARTHA JUN. 2 August 1681, Admon granted to WILLIAM MICHELL, principle creditor. Bondsmen said WILLIAM MICHELL, yeoman, JAMES CRAZE of Gwithian, EDWARD CARNSEW of Sithney, gent. ......... WILLIAM COCK, husbandman, of Gwithian written: 22 Nov 1644 proved: 16 Apr 1645 wife : MARYE | son: HENRY | all the rest & executors daughter: JANE 6 L which I promised her at her betrothing daughter: CHESTEN 1st year's profit from lands named son: ROGGER 2nd year's profit daughter: CONSTANCE 3rd year's profit daughter: GRACE 4th year's profit son: ANTHONY 5th year's profit son: JAMES 6th year's profit son: CHARLES 7th year's profit daughter: SARA w/o ROBERT DIGGORY 20 sh grandchild: JAMES DIGGORY 12 d daughter SARA's 2 daughters 12 sh daughter JANE's child 12 d son: BENNETT to enjoy the estate of Cock's tent. after son HENRY's death "house that MAUDE COCKE lived in" friends & neighbors: JOHN ANDREWARTHA & WILLIAM STEPHENS overseers William ( ) Cock witnesses: JOHN ( ) ANDREWARTHA, WM STEPHENS Inventory taken 11 Apr 1645 by JOHN HARRYE & JOHN ANDREWARTHA AP/C/1129 .......... WILLIAM COCK, mason, of Gwithian written: 13 Sep 1761 proved: 18 Sep 1761 elder daughter: MARY COCK 5 L. when 21 2nd daughter: ALCE COCK 5 L. 3rd daughter: ELIZABETH COCK 5 L. 4th daughter: REBECKAH COCK 5 L. son: WILLIAM COCK brother-in-law: HUGH REYNOLDS of Cambron William ( ) Cock witnesses: BENJAMIN HOCKIN, ROGER COCK Vol. 7, p. 457 .......... WILLIAM COCK, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 23 Jan 1762 proved: 17 May 1762 wife: ALICE daughter: JANE PETHERICK daughter: MARY CLEMENTS daughter: ALICE DAVEY daughter: ANN COCK sons: JOHN COCK & ROGER COCK witnesses: RD HOCKING, ROGER COCK Vol. 8, p. 42 .......... GEORGE COLLINGS, gent, of Helston written: last of Feb 1685 proved: 27 Nov 1696 poor of Helston 40 sh. daughters: ELLINOR w/o CHRISTOPHER TREWHEELA, gent; KATHERINE COLLINGS, LOVEDAY COLLINGS & MARY COLLINGS daughter: ELIZABETH w/o FRANCIS TREMENHEERE 5 L. daughter-in-law: ANNE BULLOCK witnesses: THO: HAWKINGS, RICHD. BULLOCKE, FFRAN. HAWKINS .......... JOHN CONNER, the elder, of Crowan written: 13 Apr 1673 proved: 16 Jun 1675 eldest son: JOHN CONNER 50 sh. son: JAMES? CONNER 50 sh. daughter: REBECCA w/o GEORGE SAUNDRY 6 L. (20 sh. a year) daughter: PHILLEP w/o DANIEL WARREN 3 sh. & 4 ewes grandson: HENRY SAUNDRY s/o GEORGE SAUNDRY 40 sh. or a heifer the price of 40 sh. daughter-in-law: ANN w/o son HENRY CONNER 40 sh. granddaughter: GRACE /do HENRY CONNER 30 sh. granddaughter: KATHERINE d/o GEORGE SAUNDRY 30 sh. son: HENRY CONNER all the rest & executor John ( ) Conner the Elder witnesses: JOHN SOUTHRETT, JAMES ( ) WATERS, JOHN SOUTHRETT JUR. .......... PETER COPER of Gwennap written: 2 Nov 1653 proved: 20 Nov 1655 wife: MARY COPPER the bed etc. son: JOHN COPPER & his wife 5 sh. apiece MARY BRAYE d/o WATE BRAYE 5 sh. brother: JOHN COPPER 5 sh. poor of Grade? 2 sh. poor of Gwennapp 2 sh. NICHOLAS COPPER to have the bed after wife's decease; all the rest & executor witnesses: ROBERT TREWARTHEN, MARTEN BRAYE P.C.C., 1655, 447 Aylett ........... GEORGE COODE, of Breage written: 25 Feb 1669/70 proved: 2 Jul 1670 brother: JAMES COODE 40 sh. | releasing them from any debts to me brother: EDWARD COODE 40 sh. | brother: THOMAS COODE part & interest which I hold in Whealanfortune and Goodluck & parcel of corn... brother: MICHAEL COODE 5 L which he owes me on acct. sister: LOVEDY COWLING 40 sh. sister: MARGARET TRENOWITH 10 L cosen: BENJAMIN SPARNON s/o my brother-law BENJAMIN SPARNON 20 sh. sisters PATIENCE & JOANE COODE all the rest & executrix (10 L more to Joane) George "O" Coode witnesses: TREWINNARD, H. COODE .......... THOMAS COOKE, of St. Ives written: 29 Apr 1734 proved: 9 May 1734 son-in-law: THOMAS TOMAN 10 sh. grandsons: THOMAS & GEORGE TOMAN 40 sh. daughter-in-law: ANN COOK | granddaughter: ELIZABETH COOK | 1/3 of remainder granddaughters: HONOR COOK & MARY COOK 1/3 of remainder granddaughter: ANN COOK 1/2 Thos: Cook witnesses: TIMO.WHEELWRIGHT, CHA: WORTH, JAMES MULFRA Vol. 10, p. 71 .......... THOMAS CORDEW (CERDEW), yeoman, of Madderne written: 8 Feb 1673 proved: 1 May 1674 2 sons of JOHN CERDEW of Gwithian, deceased 5 sh. each ELLENOR WHITE 2 sh. 6 d. PASKUS WHITE 2 sh. ANNE CERDEW 2 sh. JONE d/o MICHAELL NICHOLAS 2 sh. MARY d/o MICHAELL NICHOLAS all the rest & executor no signature witnesses: MICHAELL ( ) NICHOLAS, SARA "X" RONDALL .......... MARGERY COREY, of Lelant, widow written: 6 Jan 1676 (nuncupative) proved: 30 Jun 1677 daughter: JANE COLLINGS 1 feather bed children: ROBERT?, NICHOLAS & JAMES 5 sh. apiece each of her grandchildren 12 L. sons: NICHOLAS & JAMES COREY all the rest son JAMES executor witnesses: JAMES TRENHAYLE, JOHAN "I P" PAWLEY .......... NICHOLAS CORNISH of Breage written: 22 Jan 1661/2 proved: 14 May 1668 son: RICHARD tent. called Henvor in Gwithian, 1/2 tent. in Gwithian called Barres? son: THOMAS corn growing at any of my estates, 2 year old heifer, other lands & goods, also executor daughter: GRACE 10 sh. granddaughter: GRACE d/o GRACE 1 ewe of 2 years granddaughter MARGARET: d/o son RICHARD 1 ewe of 2 years Nicholas "X" Cornish witnesses: JOHN PENNOCKE, MARY PENNOCKE .......... RICHARD CORNISH, yeoman, of Breage written: 12 Aug 1670 proved: 8 Mar 1671/2 poor of Breage: 20 sh. poor of Germoe: 10 sh. daughter: MARGARET 3 L when 30 years, but if she marry to be paid when she marry daughters: DOROTHY & RACHEL executrixes Richard ( ) Cornish witnesses: JO: PENNOCKE, THOMAS "O" CORNISH .......... GRACE CRUDGE, of St. Erth, widow written: 20 Mar 1676 proved: 24 Apr 1677 poor of St. Erth: 40 sh. poor of Redruth: 3 L. MARY WHITFORD, d/o RICHARD & MARY WHITFORD, decd. 5 L. kinsman: THOMAS HAWKINGS & LOVEDY HAWKINGS his mother all the rest & executors Grace ( ) Crudge witnesses: WILLIAM WOLRIDGE, GRACE WOLRIDGE .......... DAVID CURNOW, yeoman, of Towednack written: 18 Jan 1738 proved: 24 May 1739 wife: JANE interest in tent. called Gwelcarna als Chycarne sons: DAVID, WILLIAM & JAMES 1 sh. each daughters: CATHERINE & ZENOBIA 10 L. each son: JOHN all the rest David Curnow witnesses: WILLIAM NINIS, ROBERT CURNOW .......... GELBART CORNOE, of Camborne written: 1 Nov 1635 (nuncupative) proved: 11 Dec 1635 RICHARD CORNOE ? sh. his son JOHN CORNOE ? sh. his daughter ?? THOMAS CORNOE 12 sh. sister: ELIZABETH 40 sh. godson 20 sh. "the other two" 10 sh. sister: CHESTON 20 sh. PASCOWE ? sh. his children 30 sh. between them BENAT JEFFRES elder son 20 sh. the rest of his children ?? PASKES HE_____? 1 sh. her son 50 sh. the rest of children ?? ELINOR GLANFILL's children executors: BENAT JEFFER & RODGER GLANFILL witnesses: RODGER GLANFELL, TRES____ ( ) BLEWET; JANE ( ) GLANFELL; PASKET ( ) BLEWET Inventory 7 Dec 1635 by FFRANCES THURLBEY, CHRISTOVER WILLIAMS & JOHN WHITE AP/C/859 .......... HENRY CURNOW, of Probus Admon granted 20 October 1613 to JOHAN wife of the deceased Bondsmen: GERMAN CORNOWE of Probus, veduary; RICHARD VIVIAN of St. Austell, gwader, THOMAS CURNOW of Probus, yeoman Inventory 7 Sep 1613 by JOHN STEPHENS, JOHN PEARCE, JOHN LOYATT, & JOHN TONE AP/C/321 .......... HENRY CURNOW, miller, of Lelant written: 19 Sep 1734 proved: 17 Apr 1735 wife: MARY son: HANNABALL Treen in St. Levan (tent. of Cook's tent.) brother: TOBIAS CURNOW daughters: AVIS, CATHERINE & JANE witnesses: Vol. 11, p. 129 .......... JAMES CORNOW of Probus Admon granted 21 Jul 1625 to SUSANNA, widow Bondsman, THOMAS ALLYN of Probus Inventory ?? Nov? 1625 by JOHN LYNE & THOMAS ALLYN AP/C/620 .......... JOHN CURNOW, of St. Martin (in Meneage) 9 January 1606 Admon granted to THOMAS CURNOW, brother. Bondsmen: THOMAS CURNOW, husbandman, of Towednack; JAMES CALINSOW, husbandman, of Lelant. Inventory taken 5 January 1606 by OLVER. EDWARD, JOHN EDWARD, SYMON WILLA., WILLIA. CALENSO, GEORGE CHINHALE, MICHELL CURNOW & others. .......... JOHN CURNOW, yeoman, of St. Erth written: 9 May 1731 proved: 27 Oct 1731 son: HENRY CURNOWE tent. of Lock in Lelant son: TOBIAS CURNOWE tent of Trenhaile in St. Erth if Tobias dies w/out issue to go to: daughter: ESTHER CURNOW (also 10 L) if she dies w/out issue to go to: son: JOHN CURNOW AVIS d/o son HENRY 10 L when 24 grandson: HANNIBALL s/o son HENRY 1/2 tent. of Bosware in Ludgvan grandson: JOHN s/o son HENRY the other half of Bosware wife: HESTER 1 guinea to buy a mourning ring CATHERINE CURNOWE d/o my son HENRY 5 L when 21 JANE CURNOWE d/o my son HENRY 5 L when 21 JANE w/o WILLIAM MORLEY of Phillack, yeoman 40 sh sons TOBIAS & JOHN all the rest & executors John Curnow witnesses: DA. KESKEYS, HAN. CURNOW Junior, MARGERY JOSE Vol. 9A, p. 81 ......... MICHAEL CURNOW, yeoman, of Towednack written: 30 Apr 1716 proved: 29 Apr 1718 wife: MARGERY 10 sh. son: MICHAEL 5 sh. daughter: JANE 5 sh. daughter: MARGERY 5 sh. son: JACOB 5 sh. son: HANNIBALL 5 sh. son: WM. 5 sh. son: THOMAS 5 sh. brother: ROBERT CURNOW all the rest & executor Michael ( ) Curnow witnesses: THOMAS TREWELLA, DOROTHY ( ) TREWELLA, THOMAS EDEY .......... PETER CURNOW, of Towednack written: 8 Jan 1731/2 proved: 3 Feb 1736/7 wife: JANE CURNOW 6 L per annum if she refuse to accept her jointure in Embla, one cow, bed & bedding etc. son: JOHN CURNOW'S children 10 L sterling which JOHN is to pay to the executor son: ROBERT CURNOW 20 L daughter: MARY ROBERTS 1 guinea for her use & her children daughter: ANN CURNOW 1 guinea for her use & her children daughter: KATHERINE CURNOW 60 L son: PETTER CURNOW all the rest & executor Peter Curnow witnesses: JANE RICHARDS, JOHN CEELY, MATTHEW CURNOW Vol. 12, p. 188 .......... PETER CURNOW, yeoman, of Towednack written: 24 Nov. 1750 proved: 20 Mar 1751 sister: CATHERINE MARTINS 10 sh. pr. year cosin: WILLIAM NINNIS 5 sh. cosin: JOHN NINNIS 5 sh. cosin: ISAAC NINNIS 5 sh. cosin: RD. CURNOW 5 sh. cosin: JACOB CURNOW 5 sh. cosin: PETER CURNOW 5 sh. cosin: JANE w/o WILL: CURNOW 5 sh. cosin: JONE w/o MATHEW STEVENS 5 sh. cosin: MATHEW CURNOW 1 sh. MARY d/o MATHEW CURNOW 10 L at age 21 ANN d/o MATHEW CURNOW 10 L at age 21 well-beloved RICHARD & MATHEW CURNOW ss/o MATHEW CURNOW all the rest and to be executors. MATHEW, father of the above two to be guardian until they are 21 Peter ( ) Curnow witnesses: JOHN JAMES, THOMAS ( ) JAMES Vol. 3, p. 133 .......... PHILLIPP CORNOW, husbandman, of Mawgan in Menage written: 1 May 1636 proved: 9 Feb 1637/8 daughter: CHRISTIAN w/o WALTER CLISE 1 mare worth 30 sh. daughter: ANN w/o THOMAS EDWARDS 1 cow worth 20 sh. grandson: JOHN CORNOW the s/o GERENCE CORNOW 1 cow worth ?? sh. every one of my grandchildren 11 sh. apiece every one of the children of ROGER CORNOW 12 d. apiece son: GERENCE CORNOW all the rest & executor Phillipp ( ) Cornow witnesses: BARN. WILLIAMS, SYMON ROWE, RAFF ( ) CORNOW Inventory 1 February 1637/8 by WALTER HEYDEN, WALTER CLISE & BARNARD WILLIAMS (Mentions estate of years in a "little tent. called Penbeth als. Nampeth) AP/C/914 .......... RICHARD CURNOW, yeoman, of St. Ives written: 22 Jun 1742 proved: 7 May 1743 eldest son: MATHEW CURNOW 1 guinea sons: JACOB & PETER 1/2 of Higher Penderleath in Towednack, now in their possession; also Lower Penderleath, after the death of WILLIAM CURNOW now in possession daughter: SIBBELLA UREN 40 sh. BLANCH UREN, d/o SIBBELLA UREN daughter: JANE CURNOW 50 L son: RICHARD CURNOW all real & personal estate & executor Richard ( ) Curnow witnesses: JOHN MITCHELL, JOHN STEPHENS, RICHARD UREN Vol. 16, p. 169 .......... ROBERT CURNOW, yeoman, of Towednack written: 8 Mar 1684/5 proved: 25 Nov 1685 poor of Towednack 5 sh. son: ROBERT CURNOW 1 mare called Splat, metal crock, metal pan, & boarding in the loft over the parlor son: MICHAEL CURNOW yellow mare, black mare colt, pan called Rosewall pan, crock called Rosewall's crock, land in the toding which I hold by the life JOHN RUSSELL son: DAVID CURNOW 40 L. son: WILLIAM CURNOW 40 L. when 21 son: RICHARD CURNOW 40 L. when 21 daughter: JANE CURNOW 40 L. when 18 each of my godchildren 1 sh. son: PETER CURNOW tent. called Terean Rose Amallwidon in Amalveor, 1/2 of tent. in Embla wife: CATERN CURNOW (& son PETER) all the rest & executors Robart ( ) Curnow witnesses: MATHEW STEEVENS, ANDREW STEVENS, THOMS UREN Inventory taken 12 July 1685 by MATTHEW STEVENS of St. Ives & ROBERT CURNOW of Towednack. Death date given as 27 June 1685. AP/C/1885 .......... ROBERT CURNOW of Zennor, yeoman written: 9 Jan 1752 proved: 30 Apr 1752 wife: MARGARET all & executor witnesses: RICHARD LEMBURY, MARGERY ( ) BERIMAN Vol. 3, p. 516 .......... SUSAN CURNOW, of Marazion, widow written: 28 Oct 1664 (nuncupative) proved: 7 Jan 1664/5 MARIE ROGERS 30 sh ANNIS FFORD 5 sh ANNE LOWER 3 sh PASCUS HOYMAN 2 sh SUSAN WILLIAMS 1 sh goddaughter in Penzance 1 sh 6 d MELIOR HOSKIN serge petticoat SUSAN MEASUR best waistcoat MARGRETT TREVABIN violett petticoat RICHARD DURHAM a sheet & blanket DOROTHY JAMES a sheet & blanket JOHN MATHEW & ROBERT NABILLIAN, two blind men 1 sh apiece niece: GRACE PERROTT all the rest & executrix witnesses: MELIOR HOSKIN, JOANE ROGERS, & "the executrix" AP/C/1372 .......... THOMAS CORNOW als. OLYN, yeoman, of Probus written: 25 Jul, 8 Jas. proved: 30 Jul 1610 HARRY FYNCH s/o JERMAN FYNCH 5 sh. JHONE w/o FRANCES MERRAT 1 young cow of 4 years RECHOWE d/o JERMAN FYNCH 10 sh. a year as long as she lives ELIZABETH OLYN als TREHERE 2 sh. 6 d. ALLES CROLL 2 sh. sister: JHANE CORNOW als OLYN tent. where I now dwell in the Churchtown of Probus, all the rest & executor Thomas Cornow witnesses: ABRAHAM CLARK, vicar, THOMAS ALLYN, JOHN STEPHEN AP/C/237 .......... THOMAS CORNOW the elder, husbandman, of Towednack written: 30 Oct 1643 proved: 28 Nov 1643 parish of ________ 3 sh. 4 d. parish of Towednack 3 sh. 4 d. son: HENRY 10 _ elder son JOHN 40 sh. younger son JOHN 10 sh. daughter: MARY 13 L. 6 sh. 8 d. daughter: JANE 3 L. daughter: MARGARET 40 sh. daughter: ANNE 10 sh. daughter: WILMOT 10 sh. daughter: THOMASIN 10 sh. cousin: _______ CORNOW 1 sh. cousin: ANTHONY CORNOW 1 sh. ________ CORNOW 1 sh. my godchildren 6 d. apiece cousin: _________ BOTTRALL 1 sh. sons: THOMAS & ROBERT all the rest & executors no signature witnesses: WILLIAM RUSSELE, WILLIAM HODGE Inventory taken 24 November 1643 by JOHN PARSONS & WILLIAM "W" CORNOW .......... TOBIAS CURNOW, yeoman, of St. Erth written: 28 Dec 1737 proved: 29 Jul 1752 daughters: MARY & MARGERY tent. of Trenhaile in St. Erth wife: MARY (besides her jointure) maintenance, 1 sh. if she remarry cousin: HANNIBALL CURNOW s/o my brother HENRY CURNOW decd. tent. of Lock in Lelant his (Hanniball's) sisters KATHERINE CURNOW & JANE CURNOW 5 L when 21 to be paid by HANNIBALL his (Hanniball's) sister AVIS CURNOW (not 21) poor of St. Erth 10 sh 6 d poor of Phillack 10 sh 6 d poor of Lelant 5 sh poor of Ludgvan 5 sh daughters MARY & MARGERY all the rest & executrixes overseers: brother JOHN CURNOW, friend WM. MORLEY, HANIBALL CURNOW & TOBIAS HARRY Tobias Curnow witnesses: DD. KESKEYS, JOHN KITT Vol. 3, p. 577 .......... WILLIAM CURNOW, yeoman, of Towednack written: 3 Mar 1760 proved: 12 May 1760 brother: CHARLES CURNOW 4 L yearly & a dwelling house + 30 sh. yearly sister: ELIZABETH CURNOW 3 L yearly sister: ANN w/o RICHARD UREN 1 guinea of gold cousin: WILLIAM CURNOW s/o brother CHARLES CURNOW 1 guinea in gold cousin: MATHEW CURNOW s/o WILLIAM CURNOW, cordwainer of St. Ives (under age) all the rest & executor (if he dies before age 21 then all to male child of said William, if no male child, then all to William) William ( ) Curnow witnesses: EDWD. MAY, JANE QUICK, ANN ( ) ROSEWARDEN Vol. 7, p. 36 .......... WILLIAM CURNOW, tinner, of Bussa in Towednack written: 1 Oct 1762 proved: 7 May 1763 eldest son: WILLIAM 20 L when 28 2nd son: HANNIBAL 20 L when 28 3rd son: ROBERT 20 L when 22 4th son: JACOB 20 L when 28 5th son: MICHAEL 20 L when 28 daughter: JANE | wife: JANE | all the rest & executors Will Curnow witnesses: EDW: MAY, JOAN STEVENS Vol. 8, p. 338 .......... THOMAS EDDY, yeoman, of Zennor written: 1 Sep 1765 proved: 1 May 1766 son: JOHN EDDY 15 L to be paid by my son RICHARD EDDY out of my Estate in the village of Porthmayor son: WILLIAM EDDY 15 L same as above son: THOMAS EDDY 40 sh. a year during his life out of Porthmair daughter: ELIZABETH EDDY, single, 15 L daughter: ANN EDDY maintenance in meat drink apparel lodging washing... son: RICHARD EDDY estates in Porthmaior and Borkperrens wife: ANN EDDY witnesses: MARTIN ANGWIN, JANE PHILLIPPS Vol. 9, p. 486 .......... ARTHUR EDWARDS, gentleman, of Lelant written: 6 Jul 1714 proved: 8 May 1716 grandson: ANDREW HOSKING my signet ring granddaughter: GARTRUDE HOSKING 100 L. when 21 & my little silver salt daughter: GARTRUDE w/o ANDREW HOSKING all his lands to hold in trust for grandson executor: grandson ANDREW HOSKING guardians: daughter GARTRUDE HOSKING & son-in-law ANDREW HOSKING Arthur Edwards witnesses: JAMES COREY, JAMES ( ) RICHARDS, JAMES COREY JUR. .......... FRANCIS EDWARDS, of Lelant 7 May 1702, Admon granted to ARTHUR EDWARDS, gent, brother. Bondsmen are ALLEXANDER BANFIELD of Ludgvan, gent & ANDREW HOSKING, of Lelant, laborer .......... HENRY EDWARDS, of Lelant written: 20 Jun 1678 proved 8 Mar 1679 son: FFRANCIS EDWARDS 20 L. (also part of the house to dwell in etc., if he does not marry) daughter: AGNES (part of the house to dwell in etc. if she does not marry) daughter: MARGARET 5 sh. daughter: ELIZABETH 5 sh. granddaughter: MARY w/o ALEXANDER BAMFIELD 6 L. granddaughter: JANE 30 L at the end of one year, in the meantime to be amintained by my executor. sister: PRUDENCE EDWARDS 55 L. (due as part of her portion) overseers: friends and kinsmen ARTHUR PAYNTER of Trelissicke & HENRY EDWARDS of Ludgvan son: ARTHUR EDWARDS all the rest & executor Henry Edwards witnesses: J CHENOWETH, WILL: HAWES, WILLIAM "M" LEACHER Inventory taken 13 September 1681 by NICHOLAS COREY & WILLIAM HAWES of Lelant. AP/E/356 .......... JOANE EDWARDS, widow, of St. Just in Penwith written __ Sep 1659 proved: 15 Aug 1660 daughter: MARGERY w/o WILLIAM JOHN of Penzance 5 L. THOMAS JOHN s/o WILLIAM & MARGERY JOHN 5 L. WILLIAM JOHN s/o WILLIAM & MARGERY JOHN 5 L. MARGERY JOHN d/o WILLIAM & MARGERY JOHN 5 L. JANE ROBERTS d/o NOELL ROBERTS, by MARY his wife, my daughter 5 L. JANE d/o son MARTYN EDWARDS 1 chest son: JUSTINIAN EDWARDS all the rest & executor Joane "E" Edwards witnesses: ROBERT COODE, NOELL "R" ROBERTS .......... JOHN EDWARDS the Elder, of St. Just in Penwith written: xviii Nov 3 Jas. I (1605) proved: 13 Dec 1605 wife: MARGARET 40 L. daughter: JHANE (unmarried) 30 L. daughter: HONOR 30 L. on her marriage day son: EDWARD son: GABRELL son: HARRY 40 L. son: WILLIAM 20 L. son: THOMAS 20 L. poor of St. Just 10 sh. son: JOHN all the rest & executor John ( ) Edwards witnesses: JOHN BUSVARGUS, JOHES "I B" BOSSITHOWE .......... PRUDENCE EDWARDS, spinster, of St. Austell written: 15 Apr 1685 proved: 25 Feb 1685/6 cousin: AGNES EDWARDS of Lelant, spinster 3 L. cousin: FFRANCES EDWARDS 5 L. cousin: ARTHUR EDWARDS & his daughter 50 sh. apiece cousin: THOMAS EDWARDS s/o ARTHUR EDWARDS 1 gold ring which was my mother's wedding ring cousin: MARY MANFIELD & her children 4 L. between them cousin: THOMAS LANYON 20 sh. FFRANCIS LANYON, his brother 40 sh. cousin: TALER 12 d. cousin: ELIZABETH KNIGHT 12 d. cousin: HUGH s/o my cousin JOHN LANYON 40 sh. cousin: ALSE LANYON 20 sh. cousin: ELIZABETH COLMER 10 sh. MR. JOSEPH SAWLE, ESQ. 3 L. MRS. AMY SAWLE, his wife 1 broad piece of gold & my gold ring full of rubies MRS. MARY SAWLE, her eldest daughter 1 broad piece of gold MRS. ANN & MRS. GARTHARED her sisters 1 broad piece of gold each MRS. AMY & MRS. JANE SAWLE, two other sisters a piece of gold of 20 sh. my bedfellow: MRS ALSE SAWLE, the 5th sister 1 bond of 10 L. for the payment of 5 L. w/ interest due me from MR. RICHARD MOYLE of Trevesick in St. Austell & 1 broad piece of gold MR. JOHN SAWLE, eldest son of the said JOSEPH 1 broad piece of gold "his 5 younger brothers" 10 sh. apiece MRS. JANE WOOD'S 2 daughters BLANCHE & JANE a piece of gold each MRS. ELIZABETH BLIGH a piece of gold of 11 sh. goddaughter: MARY BLIGH 10 sh. RICHD. PYE 30 sh. WM. COCK JUR., JOHN KILIGARNE, STEPHEN FFOOTE, & ROBERT PYE 2 sh. 6 d. each HUGH POPHA & MARGERY his wife 5 sh. MARGRETT WEBB, NURSE GRANE, JOANE BROWN, CHRISTIAN GUMO & MARY HIGMAN 2 sh. 6 d. each maid servants of Penwith 12 d. apiece p'son who preaches my funeral 20 sh. PHILLIP w/o WM. COCK JUR 5 sh. godchildren: JERHAM HIGMAN, ELIZABETH HIGMAN, BENN HONEWELL & PRUDENCE his wife 12 d. apiece JOHN COLNENY 2 sh. 6 d. WM. BROAD 12 d. poor of St. Austell 10 sh. cousin: THOMAS EDWARDS (aforesaid) all the rest & executor Prudence "PE" Edwards witnesses: HUGH TREVANIAN, WM. COCK, JAMES ( ) TOM: .......... STEPHEN EDWARDS of Advent written: 11 Feb 1616 proved: 7 Feb 1619/20 son: NICHOLAS EDWARDS 20 sh. & 2 sheep son: HUMPHRIE EDWARDS 1 cow daughter: ELIZABETH EDWARDS 1 cow wife (not named) all the rest & executrix no signature witnesses: JOHN TIEMEN, HUGH BAWDEN AP/E/78 .......... WILLIAM EDWARDS, gentleman, of Lelant Inventory taken 23 January 1644/5 by JAMES PRAED, ARTHUR EDWARDS & SIMON PRUST, gentlemen. Admon 16 Apr 1645, no administrator or bondsmen given. AP/E/218 .......... WILLIAM EDWARDS, gentleman, of Lelant Admon granted 18 August 1707 to CLEMENT UREN of Lelant, yeoman; principle creditor of WILLIAM EDWARDS sen. of Lelant. Bondsmen: HANNIBAL CURNOW of Ludgvan, yeoman; and MICHAEL CURNOW of Towednack, yeoman 2nd Admon granted 22 October 1708 to JOHN ELLIS of Gwinear, yeoman; THOMAS ELLIS of Camborne, yeoman; RICHARD DAVIES of Helston, gent., creditors of WILLIAM EDWARDS. .......... HENRY ELLIS, of Gwithian written: 1 Nov 1683 proved: 27 Apr 1685 wife: GRACE Gilbert's tent. where I live eldest daughter: "MARGARET or MARGERIE" 1 sh. eldest son: THOMAS 1 sh. 3rd son: JAMES 1 sh. 2nd daughter: MARGERY 1 sh. 3rd daughter: MARY the black cow my 4 grandchildren 1 sh. each 2 sons: HENRY & JOHN all the rest & executors Henry ( ) Elles witnesses: JAMES ( ) ELLES, CHARLES "+" HOCKIN, JOHN HOCKIN Inventory 5 April 1685 by JAMES ( ) ELLES & JOHN HOCKIN AP/E/402 .......... JAMES ELLES, yeoman, of Camborne written: 17 Dec 1699 proved: 18 Jan 1699/1700 wife: ANN 3 L yearly, milk of a cow, her lease, the chamber where I now lye, besides her jointure eldest daughter: MARGERY 1 sh. grandson: THOMAS BANFULL heifer of 3 years by the name of A case to St. An's cow other grandson: BICKTILL BANFULL 1 ewe & lamb three other daughters: MARY, MIRIAM & ALMAYE all the rest & executors James ( ) Ellis witnesses: JOHN ( ) HARRY, JOHN HOCKIN, HANIBALL "Z" WALTERS Inventory 16 January 1699/1700 by THO: HARRIS & THO: ELLES AP/E/517 .......... JOHN ELES, of Gwinear written: 14 Feb 1710/1 proved: 26 Apr 1711 son: THOMAS ELES 3 score L & half my right in Boswidnodded in Gwendron daughter: MARGERY BUCKINGHAM 20 sh. daughter: AN GYLES 40 L granddaughter: JANE BUCKINGHAM 10 L when age 17 other grandchildren 5 sh. each son: RICHARD ELES estate in Polgarrack in Camborn, all the rest & executor John Eles witnesses: JOHN ( ) MICHELL, JOHN ( ) TREGORRA, WILLIAM ( ) MICHELL .......... JOHN ELLIS, of Penzance written: 6 Feb 1627 proved: 11 Nov 1628 poor of Maddern 3 sh. 4 d. poor of Penzance 3 sh. 4 d. father: PASKOW ELLIS to be provided for by executor children: ROGER, JOHN, MARIE, RICHARD & THOMAS 40 L. apiece "man": JACKA 2 d. "boy": HERCULES 1 d. 2 servant maids (not named) 2 sh. 6 d. apiece godson: JOHN ELLIS 3 sh. 4 d. the rest of my godchildren: 12 d. apiece wife: JOHANE all the rest & executrix overseers: MR PEALLE of Gulvall, & father PASKOW ELLIS & CHARLES ELLIS, my brother no signature witnesses: RICHARDUM VEALE, PASKOWE ELLIS, WALTER PIPER .......... MARGARET ELLIS, widow of JOHN, of Camborne written: 18 Aug 1686 proved: 22 Nov 1692 son: RICHARD ELLESS 1/2 of Cortennow & 10 sh. son: HUMPHRY ELLESS 10 sh. son: FRANCESS ELLESS 10 sh., all my sheep, my bedclothes, one cupboard, one platter, all my wool son: JOHN ELLESS 10 sh. daughter: JANE 5 sh. daughter: ANN 5 sh. son: JAMES his 4 daughters 20 sh. son: HUMPHRY his 4 daughters 20 sh. son: HENRY'S daughter MARGRET 5 sh. son: JAMES all the rest & executor Margret "X" Elliss witnesses: STEEPHEN BANFILL, JOHN GREEN? AP/E/464 .......... MARGARETT EUSTICE, widow, of East Trenande in Morvall written: 22 March 1643 proved: 21 Mar 1644/5 poor of Morvall 3 sh. 4 d. daughter: MARGAERTT 30 sh. daughter: JOANE 10 sh. daughter: EDETH 40 sh. son: THOMAS 5 L. son: PEETER 3 L. grandchildren: WILLIAM COWLING, JOHN GILBERT & MARGARETT EUSTICE 5 sh. 6 d apiece EM RAWLYN 5 sh. cousin: JOHAN EUSTICE that lives w/ my son WILLIAM 2 sh. daughter-in-law: ELIZABETH EUSTICE cloak "lands in Wheeler Tavy in Devon" to eldest son WILLIAM sons: WILLIAM & JOHN executors Margarett ( ) Eustice witnesses: ELIOTT OLVER, EM RAWLYN .......... WILLIAM EUSTICE the Elder, yeoman, of Morvall written: proved: 13 Apr 1615 son: WILLIAM 20 sh. son WILLIAM'S 6 children 12 d. each son: ADRIAN 12 d. WILLIAM, ADRIAN'S son one sheep ADRIAN'S 2 daughters, MARGARET & JONE wife: SIBLI all the rest & executrix sureties: MR. THOMAS KINDELL Esq. & JOHN BENNET William Eustice witnesses: JOHAN BENNET, JOHN EDWARDS AP\E\61 .......... HALSE EVA, mason, of Gwithian written: 5 Jan 1714 proved: 9 Mar 1715 son: JOHN 1 sh. daughter: ALSE w/o HENRY COCK 1 sh. son: JOSHUA 10 L. WILLIAM COCK s/o HENRY COCK 1 sh. ALSE d/o HENRY COCK 1 sh. son: RICHARD all the rest & executor Halse ( ) Eva witnesses: JOSEPH HARRIS, MARY BAT Vol. 2, p. 277 .......... JOHN EVA, husbandman, of Gwinear written: 3 Dec 1636 proved: 1 Mar 1641/2 son: JAS_____ 10 L. son JOHN EVA'S 2 daughters: ALSE & JANE 2 d. each GILBERT MITCHELL s/o GILBERT MITCHELL the Elder 7 sh. wife: (not named) all the rest & executrix no signature witnesses: RICHARD EVA, WILLIAM "M" PAULYE .......... JANE EVE, widow, of Gwendron written: 15 Nov 1616 proved: 12 Jan 1614/5 goddaughter: JANS__ my best kirtle each of my godchildren (not named) 13 d. son: HENRY KISE 4 d. MICHELL KISE GRACE KISE THOMAS KISE ROBERT KISE GRACE KISE'S 3 daughters JOHN KISE 1 cow THOMAS KISE JUN. 3 sh. (due from THOMAS KISE) poor of Mabe, Wendron & Mawgan son: WILLIAM KISE all the rest & executor Jane ( ) Eve witnesses: THO KISE, JOHN MERTHEWE, WILLIAM "B" COUCH, WILL GLYNN AP/E/54 .......... SYMON GEEN, yeoman, of Lelant written: 26 Jan 1735 proved: 24 May 1739 grandson: RICHARD s/o RICHARD TONKING of St. Ives, cooper 10 L 2 daughters: CATHERINE w/o HANIBALL HOSKING of Lelant & AGNES HAWEIS, widow 20 sh. each wife: MARGARET GEEN all my lands daughter: MARGARET w/o JAMES PENBERTHY of Lelant all my land after death of wife grandson: WILLIAM PENBERTHY & granddaughter: MARY PENBERTHY all my lands after death of dau. Margaret executors: WILLIAM BUSVARGUS of St. Ives, gent & CHARLES WORTH of St. Ives, merchant Symon ( ) Geen witnesses: JONE WORTH, JON: TOUP Vol. 13, p. 364 .......... BLANCH GLASSON, spinster, of Crowan written: 26 Jan 1683/4 proved: 16 Feb 1684 sister: PHILIPP 40 sh. cosen: MARGERY CARPENTER 1 sh. cosen: PHILIPP 1 sh. WM. CARPENTER 1 sh. cosen: GRACE 1 sh. cosen: KATHERINE 1 sh. cosen: JOHN 1 sh. cosen: ELIZABETH 1 sh. "these _____ before mentioned being the children of my kinsman WM. CARPENTER" cosen: MARY CARPENTER all the rest & executrix Blanch ( ) Glasson witnesses: EDWARD SOUTHIOTT, CHRISTOPHER ( ) NICKOLLS Added at end: cosen: WM CARPENTER JUN 1 bond now in his hand, containing 11 L & all other debts he owes me Inventory 11 Feb 1684 by HENRY DAVISE & CHRISTOPHER NECHOLLS of Crown AP/G/930 .......... HONOR GLASSON, widow, of Madron written: 13 Feb 1739/40 proved: 2 May 1739 (1740) JOHN GLASSON & GEORGE GLASSON, ss/o my son JOHN GLASSON 5 sh. each JANE GLASSON & SUSANNA GLASSON, ww/o my sons JOHN GLASSON & THOMAS GLASSON household goods divided between them THOMAS GLASSON JUN s/o son THOMAS GLASSON all the tythes of corn & grain growing at tent. of Hea, all the rest & executor Honor ( ) Glasson witnesses: NIC: WALLIS, MARGARETT ( ) THOMAN .......... THOMAS GLASSON, yeoman, of Madron written: 5 Sep 1759 proved: 29 May 1765 son: JOHN GLASSON 5 L. son: THOMAS GLASSON 5 L. son: JOSEPH GLASSON 5 L. son: WILLIAM GLASSON 5 L. son: JAMES GLASSON 5 L. son: STEPHEN GLASSON tent. in Hea, all the rest & executor Thomas ( ) Glasson witnesses: RICHARD LEMBREY JUNR, ELIZABETH LANYON .......... WALTER GLASSON, tinner, of Wendron written: 18 Jan 1696/7 proved: 6 May 1697 sister: MARY GLASSON 5 sh. wife: BERSHEBA | all the rest & daughter MARGRET | executrixes Walter "XX" Glasson witnesses: BENNET TRELOAES, JOHN TRELOEAS, JOHN PRYER Inventory 5 May 1696 by BENETT TRELOAS & JOHN BOLITHEO AP/G/1108 .......... HENRY GUMO, taylor, of Gwithian written: 23 May 1694 (nuncupative) proved: 14 Jun 1694 daughter: DEMERES w/o JAMES THOMAS 5 L son: STEPHEN GUMO all the rest & executor witnesses: RICHARD STEVENS, THOMAS STEPHENS, JAMES "X" STEPHENS AP/G/1075 .......... ALICE HAMPTON, of Uny Lelant written: 21 Apr 1722 proved: 24 Feb 1722/3 FRANCES BANFIELD 20 sh. JOHN TYACK 5 L WM. TYACK 5 L EDWARD BANFIELD 20 sh. ELIZABETH TYACK 20 sh. DWENS w/o BENJAMIN RICHARDS 20 sh. "her son" (Dwens' son) 10 sh. CHARLES TYACK'S son 1 sh. WM. LEAN JR. 20 sh. THOMAS LEAN 20 sh. TYBRE LEAN 20 sh. TYBRE w/o WM. LEAN SR. all the rest & executrix CATHERINE d/o JASPER CANARTHEN 20 sh. witnesses: JANE OATS, widow; THOMAS CARNE Vol. 5, p. 409 .......... EDWARD HAMPTON, dyer, of St. Erth written: 7 Feb 1654/5 proved: 28 Nov 1655 poor of St. Erth 10 sh. poor of Uny Lelant 10 sh. 8 d. grandchildren: ss & dd/o JAMES HAMTON 12 d. apiece sister-in-law: ANN WINCH 10 sh. sister-in-law: FRANCES KENT 10 sh. wife: ELLINOR | all the rest and son: ROBERT HAMTON | executors Edward ( ) Hamton witnesses: WILLIAM PAYNTER, THOMAS WINCH, FFRANCIS ( ) KENT P.C.C., 1655, folio 446 .......... EDWARD HAMPTON, of Lelant written: 10 Nov 1692 proved: 25 Oct 1693 JOHN BANFIELD & his wife a certain field of land called parc an clemer w/ the house in Lelant Town part of the premises of MR. HENRY TREMENHEARES & MR SMITH'S tent. Also part of the house "where I live" granddaughter: JOAN LEACHER d/o JOHN LEACHER decd. (not yet 16) 30 L. JASPER CANARTHAN & his wife part of the house & household goods JOHN BANFIELD & JASPER CANARTHAN all the rest & executors EDWARD s/o JOHN BANFIELD & EDWARD s/o JASPER CANARTHEN to have JOAN LEACHER'S share if she die before the age of 16. Edward Hampton witnesses: JOHN TREWHELLA, TIBERIA TYACKE, MARY "M" NICHALL Inventory taken 3 April 1693 by ALEXANDER BANFIELD & WILLIAM CANARTHEN AP/H/2405 .......... EDWARD HAMPTON, blacksmith, of Gwinear written: 21 Feb 1762 proved: 17 May 1762 wife: (not named) son: THOMAS son: EDWARD (older than Thomas) daughter: MARY SINCOCK son: JAMES daughter: ANN GLASSON daughter: JANE HAMPTON witnesses: JAMES TONKIN, JANE HAMPTON Vol. 8, p. 58 .......... ALSON HARRY, widow, of Gwithian written: 29 Apr 1606 proved: 13 Sep 1606 son: RICHARD 10 L, 50 sh & 1 heifer of 2 years, also the maser cup after the death of son BENNETT JANE w/o PAULE JENKINS 1 ewe ALSON w/o JAMES WHITA & her children 1 ewe & 1 lamb JOHN s/o BENNET 12 sh JANE, ALSON & JAMES c/o BENNET 1 ewe PASKES d/o BENNETT my best cloak JANE JENKIN'S children a calf "DICKYE is to have none of the heifer" godchildren 4 d. apiece RICHARD s/o ROGER WHITA 25 sh 4 d (owed by testator) THOMAS THOMAS 5 L (owed by testator) son: BENNET all the rest & executor no signature witnesses: HUMFRYE WILLIAMS, HENRYE ELLIS, JOHN WILLIAM Inventory taken by HENRYE ELLIS & JOHN WILLIAM, undated. AP/H/118 .......... BENNETT HARRY, of Gwithian written: 24 Jan 1624/5 proved: 26 Apr 1625 son: JAMES 4 L daughter: ALSON 3 L 6 sh 8 d son: FRANCIS 4 L daughter: ADEODATAS 4 L other three children: JOHN, JANE & PASKES 3 sh 12 d each wife: CHESTEN all the rest & executrix "two younger children not to receive til of years, unless their mother be willing to pay them rather" no signature witnesses: RICHARD ( ) HARRY, JOHN HARRY Inventory taken 1625 by WILLIAM COCK & RICHARD HARRY AP/H/672 .......... DOROTHY HARRY, widow, of Ludgvan written: 14 Jun 1686 proved: 23 Nov 1686 son: PETER GIBBS 20 L daughter: AVES w/o JOHN CURNOW of Lelant 20 L daughter: JANE HARRY 5 L son: MARTEN HARRY all the rest & executor Dorothy ( ) Harry witnesses: JOHN KITT ye Elder, JOHN KITT JUNER AP/H/2179 .......... JAMES HARRIS of Roche written: 17 Dec 1654 proved: 20 Nov 1655 elder son: WILLIAM HARRIS 20 marks younger son: JOHN HARRIS 20 marks daughter: ELIZABETH HARRIS 20 marks 2 godchildren 2 sh. sister-in-law's son 2 sh. mother-in-law 5 sh. wife: FLORENCE HARRIS all the rest & executrix witnesses: ROB: HART, JOHN ( ) CLEMENCE, THOMAS CARTART P.C.C., 1655, folio 446 .......... JOHN HARRYE the elder, husbandman, of Gwithian written: 28 Dec 1663 proved: 26 Mar 1669 daughter: ELIZABETH 28 L (if she die before her father to her children if she have any) son: JOHN 10 L daughter: ALES 30 L son: THOMAS 1 sh. | their portions daughter: AMY 1 sh. | already paid granddaughter: MARY d/o son: RICHARD 1 heifer other grandchildren (not named) 12 d. apiece JULLIAN w/o WILLIAM CARWALTH of Cubart 1 ewe for reasons known to myself wife: FRANCES household goods, bed etc., but she must permit his son RICHARD to have half of the tent. of Engarrick, if she refuse, to have 1 sh. only eldest son: RICHARD HARRYE all the rest & executor, tent. of Trevernan. John Harr_ witnesses: FFRANCIS HOCKING, BENJAMIN HOCKING Inventory (undated) taken by JOHN EDWARDS & JAMES ELLIS. 20 March 1669. RICHARD HARRY s/o the deceased renounces executorship to FRANCES HARRY widow of the deceased. Admon granted to FRANCES HARRY & JOHN EDWARDS of Uny Lelant, AP/H/1603 .......... JOHN HARRIS, of Camborne written: 20 Sep 1729 proved: 19 Feb 1729/30 wife: GRACE maintenance from various properties (aside from Estate in St. Erth), furniture etc. brother: THOMAS HARRIS 1/16 of my adventure in Whele Rosewarne kinswoman: MARY POLKINGHORNE 1 guinea in gold kinswoman: ANN CANARTHAN 1 guinea in gold brothers: WILLIAM HARRIS, JOSEPH HARRIS | 1 guinea in gold each to sister: ELIZABETH DAVEY | buy mourning rings poor of Camborne 5 L poor of Gwithian 30 sh sons: THOMAS & CHARLES all the rest & executors John Harrys witnesses: JO: DAVEY, THOMAS PAULL Vol. 9, p. 33 .......... RICHARD HARRY, husbandman, of Gwithian written: 26 Nov 1638 proved: 15 Jan 1638/9 son: JOHN 20 L daughter: JANE 20 L daughter: BLANCHE 20 L daughter: CATTREN 20 L daughter: AMYE 5 L son: RICHARD 20 L THAMSIN w/o THOMAS CARTHEW 10 sh godchildren: 12 d apiece apprentice: JOHN WILLIAM 1 ewe servant: JOHN JELBART 12 d. sister: ALSON w/o JAMES WHITE 1 ewe wife: AGNES all the rest & executrix Richard ( ) Harry witnesses: JOHN HARRYE senior, JOHN ( ) WHITA, JOHN HARRYE the younger Inventory taken 31 December 1638 by JOHN HARRYE & BENNETT COCK. Mentions tenements of Nantero Wartha & Nantero Wollas AP/H/981 .......... RICHARD HARRIS, of Gwithian written: 6 Apr 1684 proved: 26 Nov 1686 eldest daughter: MARY 2 sh. 6 d. ELIZABETH GREEBELL 5 sh. brother: THOMAS HARRIS 1 sh. brother: JOHN HARRIS 1 sh. ALSE CHELLEY, widow 1 sh. 2nd daughter: HANNA 20 L. youngest daughter: ALSE 20 L. "my two daughters may live with their mother until they have their portions" wife: EMBLING all the rest & executor Richard ( ) Harries witnesses: JOHN "J" BATT, GRACE COCK, CHARLES COCK AP/H/2177 .......... THOMAS HARRIS, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 8 Jul 1738 proved: 12 Feb 1738/9 wife: (not named) tent. in Skewis in Crowan, tent in Gwithian Churchtown daughter: JANE HARRIS 100 L while unmarried daughter: ANN HARRIS 5 L while unmarried son: JOHN HARRIS all the rest & executor Thomas Harris witnesses: RICHARD WILLIAMS, ROGER BENNATTS, ANN "X" BENNATTS Vol. 13, p. 257 .......... JANE HAWEIS, of St. Erth written: 6 Sep 1638 proved: 29 Mar 1639 brother: JOHN HAWEIS 10 L brother: JOHN VOSPER 10 L brother-in-law: RICHARD ANGOVE 10 L godsonne: WILLIAM s/o WILLIAM PAINTER of Trelissicke 5 L JAMES s/o GEORGE TRENHAILE 5 L ELIZABETH HAWEIS w/o THOMAS HAWEIS 5 L JANE d/o said THOMAS HAWEIS 5 L GRACE d/o THOMAS WHITING 1 L poor of Redruth 5 L poor of St. Erth 1 L brother: GEORGE TRENHAILE'S servants 12 __ apiece brother: FRANCIS HAWEIS 4 L brothers: THOMAS PENROSE, THOMAS CRUDGE, GEORGE TRENHAILE all the rest & executors Jane Haweis witnesses: THO WHITING, JANE TRENHAILE Inventory taken 27 March 1639 by WILLIAM PAINTER of St. Erth, gent AP/H/1009 .......... MARY HAWES, widow, of Uny Lelant written: 11 Nov 1745 proved: 17 Sep 1760 son: THOMAS HAWES 1 sh. children: JOHN, SAMPSON, JOSEPH, ANN & MARY HAWES to occupy house my sister- in-law AGNES HAWES lived in son: WILLIAM HAWES all the rest & executor Vol. 7, p. 184 .......... WILLIAM HAWES, yeoman, of Uny Lelant written: 6 Nov 1683 proved: 21 May 1684 daughter: ELIZABETH PENBERTHY 8 L. part of her marriage portion left unpaid daughter: JANE PENBERTHY 30 L. to be paid 20 Dec 1684, her marriage portion my grandchildren 12 d. apiece son: WILLIAM HAWES tent. of Park and Venton at Vorvas in possession of LEWIS PENBERTHY + all the rest & executor brother-in-law: GEORGE KELWAY to see all debts paid Will: Hawies witnesses: ARTH EDWARDS, GRACE ( ) THOMAS, MARGERY ( ) HARRY Inventory taken 25 March 1684 by ARTHUR EDWARDS & NICHOLAS COREY. AP/H/2105 .......... BALDWIN HINGSTON, gent, of Ludgvan written: 30 Apr 1661 proved: 23 May 1664 poor of _________ 20 sh. poor of Towednack ?? sh. kinsman: WILLIAM HINGSTON of Plymouth Town _____ to buy him a gold ring wife: TEMPERANCE 1/2 of my tent. of Boswase wherein I now dwell, 40 sh. yearly, brass crock & brass pan which I bought of MR LANDER of Penzance son: JOHN HINGSTON (unmarried and under 21) overseers: friends HUGH PAWLEY & MALICHI ANGWIN kinsman: BALDWIN HINGSTON s/o my brother WILLIAM HINGSTON of Newton fferris in Devon all the rest if son JOHN should die unmarried and under 21 witnesses: HUGH PAWLEY, HUGH PAWLEY JUNIOR, DAVID KESKEY, MALACHIAS ANGWIN (the above will very torn and fragmented) AP/H/1459 .......... BENJAMIN HOCKIN, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 30 Jan 1687/8 proved: 5 Mar 1687/8 eldest daughter: CATHERINE 65 L daughter: ANN 60 L daughter: BLANCH 50 L when 16 wife: BLANCH house & tent. where I now live, formerly her father's tent. son: BENJAMIN tent. of Pennance Vean when 21; if the lives are expired when he is 21, then to have the tent. of Naterow where I now live, formerly the tent. of JAMES HARRIS, after his mother's decease son: RICHARD & wife BLANCH all the rest & executors overseers: brother THOMAS HOCKIN, brother-in-law JAMES COCK; kinsman, JOHN HOCKIN Benjamine ( ) Hockin witnesses: RICHARD HARRY, RICHARD ( ) HARY JUN, RICHARD ( ) MICHELL Inventory taken 6 Feb 1687/8 by JAMES COCK & CHARLES COCK. Benjamin's death date given as 3 Feb 1687/8. AP/H/2214 .......... BENJAMIN HOCKIN, of Pennace Vean, Gwithian written: proved: 24 May 1739 wife (not named) 1 L 1 sh., dwelling house, household goods etc. daughter: JANE 15 L. daughter: CATHERINE 15 L. son: JOHN HOCKIN 1 L. & land called Pennock's land in Pennance Vean son: THOMAS HOCKIN 10 L. + 10 L. which I owe him son: BENJAMIN HOCKIN all the rest & executor Benjamin Hockin witnesses: WILLIAM GLOVER, DANIEL WHITE Vol. 13, p. 362 .......... BLANCH HOCKIN, of Gwithian Admon granted 22 May 1701 to RICHARD HOCKIN of Gwithian, son. Bondsmen: JAMES "+" COCK of Gwinear yeoman and BENJAMIN HOCKIN of Gwithian, yeoman. .......... CHARLES HOCKIN, of Gwithian written: 4 Jul 1713 proved: 26 Jul 1716 son: THOMAS 2 sh. 6 d. son: FFRANCIS 2 sh. 6 d. daughteb: ELEANOR 1 L. daughter: ANN 20 L. 11 grandchildren: 2 sh. 6 d. each sons: RICHARD, HENRY & CHARLES all the rest & executors wife: ANN to be maintained Charles Hocken witnesses: THOS. HOCKIN, MIRIAM ELLIS Vol. 3, p. 48 .......... FRANCIS HOCKIN, husbandman, of Gwithian written: 14 Mar 1687 proved: 21 May 1689 wife: ANN 1 sh. besides her jointure son: FRANCIS my biggest pan, six ewes & my tent. after his mother's decease daughters: GRACE & ELENOUR all the rest & executrixes Francis ( ) Hockin witnesses: CHARLES "+" HOCKIN, MARY "H" LEKEY, JOHN HOCKIN Inventory taken 3 may 1689 by BENTT. COCK & CHARLES HOCKIN AP/H/2277 .......... JANE HOCKIN, widow, of Gwithian written: 23 May 1752 proved: 2 Oct 1754 niece: w/o JOHN PETHERICK 1 sh. & my great brass pan rest of nieces & nephews: 1 sh. each GRACE ELLIS of Gwithian 5 sh. sterling brother: WILLIAM COCK (with whom I reside) all the rest & executor Jane ( ) Hocking witnesses: WILLIAM GLOVER, MICHL. CURNOW Vol. 4, p. 450 .......... JOHN HOCKIN, of Phillack Admon granted 24 May 1700 to JOHN HOCKIN, of Gwithian, agricola, father of the deceased. Bondsmen: JAMES SAUNDRY of Phillack, agricola and HENERY HOCKIN of Phillack, agricola .......... RICHARD HOCKIN, of Gwithian No admon extant. Inventory taken 5 June 1639 by WILLIAM COCKE & JOHN HARRY "Amea relict des." (AMY, relict of the deceased) with date of 24 Jun 1639 at bottom of inventory. AP/H/1019 .......... RICHARD HOCKIN, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 29 Mar _____ (year not stated) proved: 25 May 1685 MR. PHILLIPPS, parson 2 sh. 6 d. for forgotten tithe and offerings brother's son: THOMAS HOCKIN __ L. serving maid: FRANCIS WHITE 10 sh. brother: CHARLES HOCKIN 10 sh. son: JOHN all the rest & executor Richard ( ) Hockin witnesses: CHARLES COCK, JOHN ( ) JOBE, AMY ( ) JOBE AP/H/2163 .......... RICHARD HOCKIN, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 18 Jan 1721 proved: 4 May 1722 wife: JANE 5 L. yearly out of Estates called Higher Calesmens in Camborne and Higher Pencabin in Gwithian brother: THOMAS 2 sh. 6 d. brother: FFRANCIS 2 sh. 6 d. sister: ELEANOR 2 sh. 6 d. brother HENRY and youngest brother: CHARLES all the rest & executors Richard ( ) Hocking witnesses: THO: HOCKIN, GRACE ELLIS Vol. 5, p. 373 .......... RICHARD HOCKING, yeoman, of Gwithian written: 25 Nov 1752 proved: 2 Jan 1761 son: RICHARD moiety of Hocking's tent. & Connerwartha; land formerly in possession of ROGER BENNETS, now in possession of BENJAMIN BRYANT daughter: MARGARET new Mills Meadow & Downes, formerly in her husband's possession and now in the possession of HENRY COCK; & 1 guinea in gold daughter: ELIZABETH 1 guinea son: JOHN HOCKIN bed in the great chamber each grandchild: 2 sh. 6 d. 2 younger sons: CHARLES HOCKIN & HENRY HOCKIN all the rest & executors Richard Hockin witnesses: ROGER COCK, MARY COCK, ANN COCK Vol. 7, p. 252 .......... THOMAS HOCKIN, of Gwithian written: 28 Sep 1633 proved: 7 Feb 1633/4 church of Gwithian 12 d. sister: CHESTON 1 ewe son: OLIVER 6 L son: RICHARD 6 L son: CHARLES 6L 13 sh 4 d all godchildren: 6 d. apiece BARBAR HOCKIN 1 ewe lamb JOHN & JAMES PAWLYE 1 ewe lamb JAMES COCK 1 ewe lamb son: FRANCIS my best pan wife: GRACE (& son FRANCIS) all the rest & executors overseers: HUMPHREY WILLIAMS, WILLIAM COCKE, STEPHEN PAWLEY Thomas Hockin witnesses: RAINOLD COCK, THOMAS JAMES Inventory taken 20 November 1633 by RICHARD BUSKINNIN & JAMES TEAGE AP/H/863 .......... JOHN HODGE, husbandman, of Towednack written: 19 Sep 1638 proved: 20 Nov 1638 son: WILLIAM 10 sh now another 20 later daughter: PRUDENCE w/o RICHARD EDWARD 10 sh daughter: JANE w/o RICHARD DONITHORN 10 sh daughter: CHESTON 6 sh 8 d JOHN s/o WILLIAM HODGE 12 d THOMASIN d/o RICHARD EDWARDS 1 ewe sheep servant: BLANCHE 1 ewe lamb wife: THOMASIN all the rest & executrix witnesses: GEORGE NINES, RICHARD TAILOR, JAMES TREWHELA Inventory taken 22 Sep 1638 by JOHN PARSONS & GEORGE NINES AP/H/994 .......... ANDREW HOSKING, of Lelant Admon granted 20 September 1731 to ANDREW HOSKING, of Uny Lelant, yeoman, son of the deceased. Bondsmen were JOHN KING of St. Ives & HENRY MICHELL of Penzance. Inventory taken 17 September 1731 by HANNIBALL HOSKING of Lelant, yeoman & JOHN RICHARDS of Lelant. .......... ANDREW HOSKING, yeoman, of Uny Lelant written: 8 Dec 1767 proved: 12 Jul 1768 wife: CATHERINE bed in parlor chamber & furniture belonging to it, household goods son: ANDREW bed in hall chamber & furniture belonging to it, 1 milk cow, i grey nag daughter: GERTRUDE 100 L, the house & garden that STEPHEN NOALL now lives in, 5 L to provide a bed son: HENRY HOSKING all the rest & executor witnesses: MARY HOSKING, JANE RICHARDS, MARY ( ) BRYANT Vol. 10, p. 571 .......... CHRISTOPHER HOSKIN, of Uni Lelant written: 15 Feb 1713 proved: 22 Mar 1714 wife: MARY 8 L. a year, 1 fetherbed etc. son: HENRY 5 L. son: RICHARD 5 L. son: CHRISTOPHER tent. in Tyacke adjoining CLEMENT UREN'S lands son: HANNIBALL to be paid 50 L. by CHRISTOPHER son: THOMAS (executor) to be paid 50 L. by CHRISTOPHER daughter: ELENER 3 L. daughter: JANE 14 L. grandsons: THOMAS VELENOWETH, JOHN EDWARDS, CHRISTOPHER HOSKING 1 ewe & lamb each granddaughter: ANNE HOSKING 1 ewe & lamb granddaughter: KATHERINE HOSKING 4 sh. each of my grandchildren 1 sh. witnesses: JOHN CURNOW, ROBERT CURNOW, HAN: CURNOW
Vol. 2, p. 24 .......... HANIBALL HOSKEN, laborer, of St. Columb Major written: 4 Jun 1693 proved: 25 Oct 1693 brother: CHRISTOPHER HOSKEN 1 cow now in his possession godson: HANIBALL HOSKEN, s/o my said brother each of the other children of brother CHRISTOPHER HOSKEN 12 d. apiece brother: ANDREW HOSKEN 25 sh. sister: EMLYME w/o RICHARD REYNOLDS of Lelant 25 Sh. aunt: MARY SEELA 1 sh. sister: GRACE w/o JAMES LEACHER of Lelant 25 sh. sister: PHILLIP w/o THOMAS TREWHEELA of Towidnack 25 sh. "their daughter DOROTHY, my goddaughter" 5 sh. aunt: SARAH HAWKEY, widow, of St. Columb Major 10 sh. brother: THOMAS HOSKEN of St. Columb Major all the rest & executor Haniball "H" Hosken witnesses: JAMES COWLINGS, WALTER "W" BENNY, JAQUETT "I B" BRISTOW Inventory taken 8 July 1693 at Uny Lelant by ARTHUR EDWARDS & WILLIAM MICHELL, and 12 July 1693 at St. Columb Major by PHILLIP OXNAM & HUMPHREY OXNAM. AP/H/2444 .......... HENRY HOSKING, gentleman, of Brunnion, Lelant written: 26 Jan 1815 proved: 28 Aug 1815 daughter: MARGARET HOSKING daughter: GERTRUDE HOSKING daughter: MARY HOSKING wife: BLANCH eldest son: HENRY & MARY his wife 2nd son: ANDREW (land in St. Clements) youngest son: RICHARD executor witnesses: THOMASINE STENNET, RICHARD BANFIELD Vol. 32, p. 256 .......... JOHN HOSKING of Sancreed Admon granted 9 May 1702 to WILLIAM HOSKING, yeoman, of Sancreed, s/o the deceased. Bondsmen: NICHOLAS WALLIS of Sennen, yeoman and JAMES HOSKING of Sancreed, yeoman. .......... JOHN HOSKIN (also HOCKIN) of Gwithian, yeoman written: 23 May 1701 proved: 22 Jan 1706/7 son: HENRY HOSKYN 1 sh. daughter: MARY 1 sh. son-in-law RICHARD C_____ 1 sh. daughter-in-law MARY COSSINS? 1 sh. daughter-in-law: JANE 1 sh. JOHN HOSKYN s/o son HENRY HOSKYN 5 sh. wife: PETRONELL all the rest & executrix and to divide the remainder equally among the rest of the children. son: FRANCIS to have estate now in reversion of MARY BONE als. WILLOBBY "his sisters" (ie: Francis') John ( ) Hoskin witnesses: JAM SAUNDRY, FFRANCIS ( ) SAUNDRY .......... MARY HOSKING, spinster, of Uny Lelant written: 7 Feb 1780 proved: 8 Jun 1782 nephew: WM. SANDOW of St. Erth 100 L. niece: GERTRUDE HOSKING, spinster all my real & personal effects as long as she remain unmarried; if she marries, to go to: nephew: HENRY HOSKING'S children, viz: HENRY, ANDREW & MARGARET nephew: ANDREW HOSKING of St Erth's children, viz: ANDREW, ANN & CATHERINE witnesses: PHILIP TINGCOMBE, JNO CUNDY Vol. 14, p. 230 .......... RICHARD HOSKIN, of Gwithian Admon granted 24 April 1705 to ANN, wife of the deceased. Bondsmen: JACOB CRAZE and THOMAS HOSKIN of Gwithian. .......... HENRY JACKA, laborer, of Lelant written: 19 Jul 168_ proved: 3 Dec. 1691 brother: PETER JACKA 20 __ sister: MARGARET a heifer sister: HONOR JACKA executrix Henry "X" Jacka witnesses: RICHARD THOMAS, STEPHEN PENBERTHY, JOHN ( ) GEENE AP/J/912 .......... HENRY JAMES, yeoman, of Gwithian written: (nuncupative) about the 10 Oct 1682 proved: 27 Oct 1682 poor of Gwithian: 5 sh. EARTH w/o EMANUEL MESSER 20 sh. EMANUEL MESSER'S children 2 sh. 6 d. each wife: MARY JAMES all the rest & executrix Inventory 10 Oct 1682 by BENETT COCK & JAMES COCK AP/J/803 .......... JOHN JAMES, tynner, of Marazion written: 12 Nov 1694 proved: 17 Mar 1697 son: JOHN JAMES 5 sh. daughter-in-law: JANE w/o ROBERT CALLAMAY 1 sh. daughter-in-law: HONOR HITCHENS 1 sh. daughter-in-law: ANN w/o JOHN MAY alias COURTY 1 sh. wife: MARGARET house & household goods wife and daughter, DUENS all right & interest in a certain tin works in Ludgvan called whealandeezcoath executor: wife Margaret John ( ) James witnesses: JOHN WILLE, RICHARD TIDOE?, MARY BARNES AP/J/990 .......... ROBERT JAMES, laborer, of Gwithian written: 25 Jul 1654 proved: 28 Nov 1655 WILLIAM MICHELL s/o JOHN MICHELL, my brother-in-law 40 sh. when 21 PRUDENCE MICHELL d/o JOHN MICHELL my brother-in-law 5 L to be paid 1 year after her marriage, "the said marriage approved by her aunt and noe otherwise" natural sister: MARGERY 2 sh. ANN PAULL d/o RICHARD PAULL my brother-in-law 20 sh. to be paid 1 year after her marriage "if approved by her aunt my wife and noe otherwise" poor of Gwithian 3 sh. 4 d. church of Gwithian 2 sh. wife: PASCHAS all the rest & executrix Robert ( ) James witnesses: WILLIAM CARVEIGH, JOHN HARY the younger P.C.C., 1655, folio 447 .......... JOHN JEFFREY, yeoman, of Gwennap written: 8 Nov 1680 proved: 22 Feb 1680/1 wife: PETRONELL 120 L. daughter: KATHERINE 150 L when 21 (she is not yet 16) kinsman: ADELLMAY SPARGOW 40 sh. niece: JANE d/o my brother EDMUND 20 sh. children: JOHN & KATHERINE son: JOHN (under age) executor "if brother EDMUND should marry and have a son" godson: JOHN s/o brother RICHARD sister: JANE SPARGOW brother: RICHARD JEFFREY SENR. 20 L. brother: RICHARD JEFFREY JUNR. 25 L. 3 children of RICHARD JANE 3 L. between them wife of RICHARD JANE (not named) 12 d. brother-in-law: JOHN (BOW?) (PYE?) 10 L. "an under room in the house where JOHN BLAMEY now dwells to JANE his wife during her lifetime" JOHN s/o JAMES THOMAS 5 sh. CHRISTIAN d/o JOHN (BOW?) (PYE?) 20 sh. overseers: JOHN HARRIS, MARK SAMPSON & brother EDMUND John ( ) Jeffries witnesses: JAMES THOMAS, JANE "JA" THOMAS AP/J/790 .......... LOVEDY JEFFREY, widow, of Marazion, written: 9 Jan 1690 proved: (inv. taken 3 Dec. 1691) son-in-law: JAMES HOSKYN, and LOVEDY WILLIAMS field in the green called Greenfield now in possession of my cosen WILLIAM NIDDY daughter: ZENOBY JEFFREY house MR. RICHARD COLLINGS now lives in grandson: ROBERT WILLIAMS daughter: LOVEDY 1 sh. daughter: KATHERINE 1 sh. daughter: SARA 1 sh. daughter: ELENOR HOSKEN all my woolen clothes daughter: ZENOBY: all the rest and executrix Lovedy ( ) Jeffrey witnesses: JOHN JEFFREY, THOMAS MENERDOW AP/J/920 .......... ANN JENKYN, widow, of St. Columb Major written: 11 Nov 1676 proved: 28 Mar 1682 grandson: JOHN SYNTAUBYN, s/o JOHN SYNTAUBYN, baronette the best horse, mare or gelding I own & 10 L. gold grandson: PETER SYNTAUBYN, gent, s/o JOHN SYNTAUBYN 2nd best horse, mare or gelding I own & 10 L. gold granddaughter: ANN SYNTAUBYN, d/o JOHN SYNTAUBYN misc. livestock & moneys mentions: bond due from PETER JENKING, deceased husband LADY ANN SYNTAUBYN, w/o JOHN SYNTAUBYN household goods etc. & executrix Ann Jenkyn witnesses: DOROTHY ( ) DAVYES, ARTH: PAYNTER AP/J/805 .......... HENRY JENKYN, of Sancreed written: 10 Oct 1681 (nuncupative) proved: 27 Oct 1682 children: (not named) 10 sh. apiece wife: MARGERY JENKYN all the rest & executrix. witnesses: JAMES TREVETHER?, WILLIAM TREVAILER? AP/J/806 .......... JOHN JENKIN, taylor, of Gwithian Admon granted 16 Feb 1684/5 to ELIZABETH JENKIN, relict. Bond by said Elizabeth and JOHN WILLIAM, gent, of Gwithian and JOHN HARRIS, pred. Inventory taken last of May 1684 by THOMAS HOCKIN & CHARLES COCK. AP/J/827 .......... KATHERINE JENKIN, widow, of St. Erth written: 26 Nov 1654 proved: 28 Nov 1655 daughter: MARGARET w/o THOMAS TYRE terme of years unexpired on house where they now dwell & the little room annexed, according to the lives expresses without rent. Also second best pann and least crock daughter: ALICE w/o ANTHONY TRESISE the great pann daughter: MARGERY WHIT the greatest crock, least pann, 1 candle stick etc. ALICE & MARGERY to be executors Katherine ( ) Jenkin witnesses: RICHARD FFOWLLER, JAMES RALPH, BENNETT WILLIAMS P.C.C. 1655, folio 447 .......... JAMES JOHN, yeoman, of Madderne written: 12 Mar 1684 proved: 22 Sep 1685 wife: MARGARET 8 L. yearly, tent. in Tremethicke grandson: JAMES JOHN my brewing pan, after the death of his father granddaughter: GRACE JOHN 5 L. when 21 son-in-law: JOHN JAMES 5 sh. daughter-in-law: ANN LEDDRA 5 L. poor of Madderne: 20 sh. son: PETER JOHN all the rest and executor James ( ) John witnesses: THOMAS HEYER JUR., MARGARET "O" EDDY, T. BAYNARD JUR. AP/J/842 ..........