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Returned: 68 results for Cornish Quarter Session Records in Cornwall Record Office | Showing results 1 - 10
 
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Nominations of Gamekeepers

Nominations by order of lords of manors as gamekeepers, recorded at quarter sessions. QS/1/2/277 Sessions held at Lostwithiel, 22 July 1747 22 July 1747; Lord of the Manor and Manor/s: Sir Coventry Carew of East Anthony Helscott; Gamekeeper: John Eveleigh
These documents are held at: Cornwall Record Office

 
Sessions held at Truro

Brown of St Erme of felony. Thomas Hobb of St Austell, held in bridewell on suspicion of felony: to be discharged.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...]
These documents are held at: Cornwall Record Office

 
Sessions held at Truro

fined £15. Walter Borlase, Doctor of Law, and John Glanville, esq.: to continue as Treasurers for a further year.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...]
These documents are held at: Cornwall Record Office

 
Sessions held at Bodmin

and disbursements at next session. QS/1/4/429 Man committed to bridewell by name of Lawrey Tate, alias Mead, as vagrant: to remain in custody and at hard labour.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...]
These documents are held at: Cornwall Record Office

 
Sessions held at Lostwithiel

session. Vice-treasurer to pay the account of Samuel Hendy of St Austell, coroner. Humphry Goodman of Warbstow, labourer: to be held in bridewell until next sessions.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...]
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Sessions at Lostwithiel

inspector for transmitting the corn returns weekly to the receiver in London, in the room of Thomas Pearce, who is disqualified from executing that office.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...]
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Sessions held at Truro

the property of Richard Nicholls. William Brewer of Mevagissey, fisherman; acquitted of taking 50 fathom of rope, value 6d., the property of Mary Fox, widow, George Crocker Fox and Robert William Fox, and William Smith. Thomas Cornish of Breage, labourer;
These documents are held at: Cornwall Record Office

 
Sessions held at Lostwithiel

shift and a check apron, the property of Ann Collins, spinster, value 3d.: one month's hard labour. QS/1/6/143/1 Ambrose Bohenna, late of Philleigh, labourer; convicted of taking 4 gallons of barley, the property of John Cornish, value 2d.: committed to
These documents are held at: Cornwall Record Office

 
Sessions held at Bodmin

prosecution. Bridget Street: discharged for want of prosecution, no one appearing against her. Noah Page: discharged, no one appearing to prefer bill against him.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...]
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Sessions held at Bodmin

such returns. Francis Gregor, jun.: recorded as taking the oaths of allegiance and supremacy at this adjournment. Sessions adjourned to 14 November at house of William Olver at Trecan Gate, Lanreath.. [Cornwall Record Office, Cornwall Quarter Sessions...
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