Lease and release
1. Richard Hichens of Poltair, esq.
2. Cuthbert Baines of Godolphin, esq.
Third part of the manor and lordship of Alverton alias Alwarton alias Alwraiton Penzance and Mousehole, Paul; tenement called Regennis alias Rageanis, Paul, heretofore the estate and inheritance of John Harris, late of St. Kew, and purchased from him by James Keigwin, late of Mousehole; tenement called Regennis, formerly the estate and inheritance of James Keigwin, esq., father to the said James Keigwin, and the son James Keigwin, William Carvosoe and Francis Carvosoe of Paul, yeoman; a tenement called Trevello and Trevello Downs, Paul, lately held by Matthew Williams, John Chenhalls, Abednego Haweis, William Roberts, Elizabeth Hollal and Richard Kellynack, now by John Glasson the younger, Samuel Harvey and William Harvey, John Harvey and Thomas Tremewan; stone quay or pier in Mousehole formerly held by James Keigwin; water grist mill and half another mill, Mousehole, Paul and a moiety of a little meadow called the Little Mill Meadow formerly held by John Campessack and now by John Glasson; premises in Mousehole formerly held by John Badcock, Joseph Beaden, Richard Gendall, Thomas John, Abraham Breaze, Sampson Davy, Alexander Richards, John Campessack, William Matthews, John Penheath, Bennet Hannifer, Thomas Collins, John Richards, Humphrey Pearce, John Pearce, Jane Bennetts, William Thomas, John Unigoe and Stephan Bodinnar, Charles Keigwin, William Keigwin, William Cromkan and Blanch Wills, lately by the said John Badcocks' widow, Joseph Beaden, Henry Treluddra, Jane John, widow, John Wright, Tobias Trevorrow, William Willis, Penelope Bodumias, widow, Nicholas Penheath, Charles Keigwin's daughters, William Keigwin's widow, John Penheath, John Crankan, James Harry, Humphrey or Elizabeth Pearce, John Pearce, Orchan Crankan, widow, Oliver Leale and Penelopes Bodumias, widow and now by George William Badcock, Joseph Beadeus Representatives, Richard Wright, Peter Dennis, William Willis, John Wright, Nicholas Richards, John Leale, Richard Laduer, William Trewaras, William Barnes, James Stevens, William Laduer, Peter Willis, Thomas Leggo, John George, William Caras, David Lanyon and Francis Franco, James Charles Bailas and Samuel Carpenter, esq.; tenement in Brewinny or Paul Church Town formerly held by Mary Hodge, Hugh Davy, William Hoskin and Hugh Davy of St. Ives, lately by Mary Hodge, Hugh Davy, John Harry and the said William Hugh Davy of St. Ives and now by John Keaste, Hugh Foss, Joseph Manack, Grace Badcocke, widow, John Barnes and Hannibal Usler; premises in Newlyn, Paul, formerly held by Joan Kelynack, widow, William Leah and Mr. Elwis, since by Joan Kellynack, widow, Jane Leah and Mrs. Younge and now by the Representatives of Philip Kellynack, William Manack and Thomas Curnow; one third of the premises of James Keigwin conveyed to Mary Bassett, late of Rescrow, widow, deceased and since held by Uriah Tonkin, Joan Hutchens, William John and James Keigwin
1. in debt to 2. for £1057 10s plus interest