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Manuscripts of the Carew Family of Antony

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Manuscripts of the Carew Family of Antony, Cornwall including deeds relating to property in Cornwall, Devonshire, Somerset and other counties, manorial records, legal papers, personal and household account, early 13th - 20th century; estate papers of Antony: house, garden, farm and woods, early 17th century to present; estate maps and plans; personal and household accounts; Cartulary of Carwithenack, Constantine [2 membranes, reciting deeds, 1282-1337, 14th century]; papers relating to ferries (including Torpoint) and highways, early 18th - 20th century; also rectories of Antony, advowsons, glebe lands, 1498-1955, and poor rate books 1717-87; documents and papers concerning public offices held by members of the Carew Family including shrievalty (the earliest being the Letters Patent appointing Richard Carew Sheriff of Cornwall, 1582), lieutencancy, militia, and parliamentary, also naval and military material; also papers of the Coventry Family (Worcestershire and Middlesex), 1663-1755; and the Hele Family (Cornwall), 17th century.

ID:  19527



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