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Reference BCM
Covering dates 1153-17th cent
Held by Berkeley Castle Muniments
Extent 10 Subfonds

Folder icon  THE CAREY INHERITANCE[Among the lands which came to the Berkeleys with Elizabeth Carey were the Suffolk manors of Cookley and Huntingfield which Queen Elizabeth had granted to Henry Carey, Lord Hunsdon; they passed from Thomas and Elizabeth Berkeley to their daughter Theophila, who married Sir Robert Coke, son and heir of Sir Edward: Copinger, Suffolk Manors, ii. 39, 105.]  BCM/H/3  [n.d.]

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Administrative history:
Apart from the charter for Ashendon (BCM/H/3/1/1 [SC 380], the charters and rolls below concern the Cornish lands of the Tregians. They were forfeited by Francis Tregian, who was accused of recusancy in 1577 and spent a number of years in the Tower, his estate being granted to Sir George Carey. Carey's widow sold the estate back to Francis Tregian the younger in 1607. The Tregian estate included several manors (Tolgus, Trewithgy, Golden and Corva, in St. Ives) which had been brought to the family in 1512 through an heiress of the Wolvedon family of Golden, anciently Wolvedon, in Probus,[Lysons, Magna Britannia, iii (Cornwall), 156, 248, 271-2, 276.]

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