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A COMPENDIUM OF THE HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY OF CORNWALL

By the REV. J. J. DANIELL,

Fourth Edition, Revised by Thurstan C. Peter, 1906  Index of 468 pages.

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Acreage 258, 286, 306, 315, 332, 346, 381, 395, 426, 462, 466
Adams, J. C. 204
Adams, W.G. 204
Addison, Joseph 354
Adit, The County 370
Adit, The Great 406
Advent 250, 332, 342, 343
Agnes, St. (Parish) 219, 253, 346, 364, 373 " " Scilly 467
Agriculture 159,163,164
Alabaster carvings at Mabe 403 ; at Cury 416 ; St. Michael's Mount 443 ; Madron 447; Sennen 461
Alderstowe see Padstow.
Aldhelm, Bp., on Cornish Church 98
Alfred, King, in Cornwall 99, 287, 288
Algerine pirates see Pirates.
Alien religious houses 40, 112, 341, 356, 419, 435
Allen, Ralph 204
Allen, St. 255, 346, 361, 392, 399
Altar slabs 255, 316, 352, 376, 444, 447
Altarnon 236, 258, 259, 314
Alverton, m. 450
Amphitheatres 233 (see Plan-an-guare).
Anachronisms in drama 198
Anchorhold at Michaelstow 253, 344
Anemones 142
Angers, monastery of Sergiue and Bachus
112, 356, 419, 435, (and see Tywardreth)
Annette island 467
Anson frigate, Wreck of 412
Anstis, John 204, 289, 294
Antiquities 222 (and see separate heading)
Antony East 259, 278
Anthony-in-Roseland 106, 113, 249, 347, 379, 381
Anthony-in-Meneage 251, 357, 395, 419
Apollo's temple, Bodmin 323
Archdeaconries 102,153
Archdeacon's conrt 288
Archdeacon fam. see Ercedekne.
Archer fam. 33, 262
Architecture, see castles, churches, fonts, Norman & Saxon.
Armada, Spanish 55, 276
`Armada' pulpit 402
`Armorel of Lyonesse' 467
Arthurian legend 20 seq, 27 seq, 273, 340
' Arthur's hall' 26, 224, 316
` Arthur's slippers ' 276
Artists, school at Newlyn 448
Arundell fam. 44, 47, 278, 294, 312, 370, 380, 383, 387, 390, 392, 412, 413, 433, 434.
Arundell, Sir Humphrey 47, 50, 319, 320, 442
Arundell, Sir John, tale of 43 " " providee casket for St. Piran's head 372 ; death of 442
Arundell, Colonel ( John for the King ) 83, 294
Arundo arenaria stays sand 432
Arwenack House 83, 84, 354, 396, 397
Asbestos 290
Assheton, Sir Nich. 272
Assizes, place of 266, 319
Asylum, county 319
Athelstan in Cornwall (?) 30, 98, 321, 375, 457, 459, 461, 463
Atwell, Martin, Rector of St. Ewe 351
Agustine priories and cells 105, 266, 287, 232, 320, 378, 381, 381, 450
Augustine seculres 112 459
Austell, St. 235, 236, 346, 347, 357
Austin canone, see Augustine priories.

B
Balcoath 409
Baldhu 364
Balfour, Sir Wm. 305
Ballowal 457
Bannister, John 408
Baptisteries see Wells, Holy.
Baronetcy 187
Barrows 29, 227, 234, 305, 307, 314, 317, 328, 334, 336, 342, 349, 357, 363, 374,
378, 381, 384, 388, 389, 390, 411, 418, 421, 422, 445, 455, 457, 467
Basset, Baron Francis 205
Basset, Sir Francis 63, 354, 398, 429, 442,462
Basset fam. 428, 429
Bastwick, Dr., confined in Scilly 463
Bath taken by royalists 72
Beale, Robt., M.P. for Lostwithiel 354
Beaulieu monastery 420
Beaupre, Sir John de 456
Bedeman, Lawrence 107
Bedruthan cliff castle 245
Behethland 401
Bell-ringers' rhymes 408
Bells 104, 254, 264, 269, 277, 278, 293, 300, 334, 335, 344, 352, 359, 370, 387,
391, 402, 416, 420, 424, 443, 444, 445, 457
Beltane fires 94
Benallack 404
Benedictine houses 40,105,112, 299, 321,356, 419, 431, 441, 454, 463 (and see Angers Bodmin and Tywardreth).
Benets, St., Chapel 113, 331, 332, 386
Beunans Meriaesk 198, 363
Biddle, John, banished to Scilly 463
Binamy 312
Biographical notes 203
Birds 129.130, 467
Biscovey 3G0
Bishopic 31, 32, 99, 100, 101, 111, 153,267, 281, 282, 441
Bishoprics, Suffragan 102, and preface.
Bishop's lighthouse 463
Black death 42, 320, 365
Blackheath, battle of 46, 421
Black Prince, duke of Cornwall 41, 42
Blacktor ferry 329
Blackwater 363
Blanchminster fam. 312, 464
Blasting rocks, Introduction of 414
Blaunpayn see Michael.
Blazey St. 77, 79, 204, 244, 346, 357, 360
Bligh, William 205, 345
Blisland 244, 249, 250, 315, 316
Bochym fam. and ho. 416
Bodennar huts 223, 455
Boase, G. C. 205
Boconnoc 77, 286, 303
Bodanan m.327
Bodbrayn m. 387
Bodmin 16, 32, 36, 52, 62, 64, 66, 76, 78, 105,107,112,1.52, 153, 247, 250, 253, 266 (and see Civil War) 315, 319, 325, 361
Bodmin gospels 35,101,196, 321
Bodmin priory (Benedictines and Austin canons) 112, 320, (and see Bodmin) 382, 327, 388, 389, 392
Bodmin, Viscount 361
Bodrugan fam. 314
Bodrugan, Henry de 45, 350
Bolleit, battle at 98
Bolleit fogou 224
Bolventor 254, 261, 289
Bonaventura, Dame, see Perceval.
Bone, Henry 205
Bonville, Sir Wm. 300
Bonython fam. 398, 41G
Borlase, Humphry 39l
Borlase, Dr. Wm. 205, 445
Borlase, W. C. 206
Boroughs, temp. Domesday 36 ; dates of creation 6l
Borrow, Geo. 203
Boscastle 337
Boscawen, near Land's Dnd 19, 226
Boscawen, Edward, admiral 89
Boscawen, Hugh, Visct. Falmonth 89
Boscregan 458
Boskedna circle 451
Bosliven oratory 459
Boeporthennis huts 223, 255, 444
Bossens camp 16, 248, 439
Bossiny 340, 341
Bosullow huts 223
Botallack mine 457
Botany, see Flora.
Botathen ghost 261
Botreaux 250, 338, 311
Botusfleming Z59, 284
Bounty, utiny of 345
"Bowsening" 260
Boyton 153, 258, 269
Braddoc 286, 304
Braddoc Downs, battle 64, 303
Braddon, Wm. parliamentary officer 333
Brahan village 455
Brasses 254 272 278, 284, 307, 312, 316, 328, 331 355 371 376 379, 385, 387, 390, 391, 400, 404, 406, 408, 411, 417, 424, 437
Bray, ` Billy' 111, 363, 408
Breage 65,192, 203, 246, 2a2, 395, 413, 451
Breoke, St. 242, 330, 381, 382
Breward, St. 224, 227, 244, 249, 315
Brewers temp. Domesday 35, 37
Bridges, ancient 256, 296, 299, 330, 355
Bridgerule 307
Bridgwater, St. John's hospital 302, 309, 336
Briefs for collectiona 289
Brisons, The 457
Bristol, siege of 72
Germoe the same, 415
`British' villages 422
Brittany and Cornwall, relations of 5, 19, 96
Broadwood 153, 253
Broke, Lord Willoughby de 273
Bronescombe, Bp., in Cornwall 105
Bronte, fam. 203
Bronze age 234, 430, 457
Bronze bull at St. Just 7, 234
Brownwilly 115, 316
Bruony m. 451
Bryanites 360
Bryher, Scilly 463, 466, 467
Brynn in Withiel 386
Buckingham, James Silk 206
Bude 312
Bude light, The 308, 312
Budock 395, 396, 399
Budock vean 401
Buildings, old, see Manor Houses.
Building etonee (see Stones).
Buller, Charles 291
Buller, Francis 206
Buller, Sir George 206
Bulwer, Lytton 436
Burnard, Nevill N. 206, 261
Burriton = Penzance 449
Burrows, see Barrows.
Burshill house 311
Bury Court 314
Buryan St. 49 62 98,106,112,194, 225, 233, 243, 252, 401, 427, 456, 458
Burying places, see Barrows. on nor·th of church 425
Bevyle, Sir Reg. 314

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Cadgwith 423
Cadig, St., cell 302
Cadorn barrow 28, 342
Cadsonbury 271
Caer Bran 247
Caer-fossa 376
Caerwynnen `quoit' 427
Caesar's invasion 11
Callington 60,100 (Coelling;) 259, 272, 382
Calstock 256, 259, 273
Camborne 190, 199, 234, 244, 255, 419, 426, 427
Camps 16 245, 246 247, 271, 275, 283, 291, 301, 305, 306,, 307, 313, 318, 322, 326, 3?9 334 342, 349, 360, 376, 388, 399, 406, 414
Camps, supposed Roxnan 16, 247, 326, 439, (and see Castles Earthworks)
Camelford 250, 272, 316, 342
Canals :157, 266, 312
Canonry mis-named at Truro 326
Cape Cod disc' by Goswold 398
Cape Cornwall 457
" Captain " as a title 192
Carbilly, m. 289, 331
Carburrow, m. 286
Carclaze tin mine 349
Carclew 402
Cardynham 241, 244 245, 286, 315, 330
" bury 331
" Castle 331
" R.obert de 354
Cardynham fam. 355, 356
Carew, John 350
Carew Richard 206, 278, 391
Cargol m. 361, 392
Cargreen 284
Carharrack 407
Carhayes 86, 249, 255, 347, 353, 3'74
Carminow Arms and fam. 44, 344, 340,
Carnanton m. (St Mawgan) 390
Carn Beggaa earthwork 434
Carne, Joseph 207
Carn village 379
Carn Brea 11 234, 23u, 24G, 25G, 4 J, 430
Carn Marth 406
Carnmenellia 249, 411
Carnon tin streams 173, 23G, 40G
Carter, Henry, Smuggler 439
Carybullock park 269
Cassiterides 8, 11
Castallack Roundago 453
Castles 32, 39, 41, 48,186, 255, 279, 291, 322, 331, 340, 3G4, 3i9, 39:), 4:11., 430, 433, 442, 463, 464, 465, 466 (and see Camps)
Castles, cliff 32, 245, 385, 390, 444, 460, 461
Castles, hill 246, 414, 430, 445, 448, 457
Castle-an-dinas (Ludgvan) 445
Castle-an-dinas (Tregoss moor) 82, 247, 388
Castle Canyke 247, 322
Castle Cavle 433
Castle Dor, see Dor castle.
Castle Gothe 349
Castle Mennach 434
Catchfrench 39, 283
Cathedral, Truro 111, 366
Cattle 164
Cave men 2
Ceely, Peter 436, 417
Celliweg, where? 26, 273
Celts in Cornwall 5, 6 ; their civilization compared with Egyptian 10; their religion 18 ; ornaments 234 ; settlement at Trevalga 340 ; coins 430
Chacewater· 364
Chalybeate spring at Paul 453
Chancel arches 251, 341, 393, 444
Chantries see Chapels
Chapel Amble 326
Chapel Carn Brea 457, 460
Charles' letter to Cornish 75 ; enters Cornwall 76 ; sleeps in Boconnoc park 77 ; at Lezant 263 ; at Liskeard 291; nearly shot at Hall 78, 302 ; leaves Cornwall 80, 354 ; his bed at Burslzill 311; portrait by Vandyke 418
Charles II in Cornwall 273, 304, 465 ; rising in favour of 365
Charlestown 348, 349
` Charles' walls,' Scilly 465
Cheesewring, gold cup 234, 275
China clay 175, 317, 318, 347, 351, 353, 360, 392, 414
Chi Rho in Cornwall 242, 456
Cholera at Mevagissey 350
Chun Castle 216, 446
Chun quoit 246
Church, peculiarities of Celtic 96 ; narrowness of 98 '
Church buildings 248; Saxonwork 249;Norman work 249 ; Early English 249 ;decorated 250; perpendicular 250; 16th century and late· 210 ; peculiarities 251; woodwork of 252, brasses, 254 ; bells 254 ; mural paintings 255 ; tombs 255 ; anchorhold at Michaelstow 253, 344 ; peculiar ritual arrangement 423, 4'24, 452, and see under parish names, and separate headings as above.
Church plate, etc. 49, 253, 317, 321, 323, 334, 336, 344, 363, 389, 406, 408, 436, 444
Church sittings, disputes over 454
Churches on sea coast to have one bell 104
Churchwardens' accounts 289, 306, 312, 314, 388,418
Chysauster· huts 223
Circles, stone 225, 275, 290, 316, 317, 414, 444, 151, 4 53, 4 38, 459
Cistercians 113, 408, 420
Cists `231, (and see Barrows, Dolmens).
Civil War,
Outbreak of-royalists assemble at Truro-east of county parliamentarian--general attitude of Cornish 58, 62 ;
Sir· John Eliot 59 ; His influence in Cornwall-other patriotic Cornishmen, 61-86 (Check scanned index for more info)
Clahar chapel 416, 422
Clarendon, Lord 279
Cleer St. 24.1, 250, 286, 289, 290, 323, 446
Cleeve Abbey 312
Clement, St. 40, 240, 255, 346, 369
Clerestories in churches 251, 273, 355
Clether, St. 238, 249, 332, 335, 341
Clicker tox· 306
Climate 121
Clowance 431
Cluniacs in Cornwall 260; 302
Coach, &c., service 158
Coastgusrd, early stations of 299
Coining tin 173, 291, 354, 368, 410
Coins 229, 235, 276, 341, 357, 418, 430
(and see Roman coins).
Colan 382, 390, 399
Coldrenick barton 305
Colenso, Bp. 207
Coleridge, Derwent, at Helston school
Coleshill, Sir John 294
Collegiate churches 112, 266, 267, 371, 372, 375, 393, 404, 420, 458
Collins, Edw., married priest,153 430
Colquite, m. 324
Columb, St.113, 241, 250, 382, 387
` The Green book ' of 388
Columb Minor, St. 245, 382, 389, 393, 394
Conan last native bishop 31
Conarditone m. 34, 433, 456
Condor, Saxon earl 370
Condurra ho. 369
Conerton, see Connor Downs.
Connock, Richard, will of 274
Connor Downs 431, 456,
Consecration Crosses 292
Constantine in Cornwall (?) 13
" drama of 199
" Church in St. Merryn 383, 384, 385
" stone, St. Hilary 14
" parish 28, 253, 311, 395, 404 · tolven in 233
Coode, Sir John 207
Cooper, Gray 352
Copper 172
Corinuas, legend of 2 seq.
Cormoran, Gxant 441
Cornelly 347, 3'75, 378
Cornish, Thomas 207
` Cornubia, Tears of,' a poem 90
` Cornubiensis,' the name 203
Cornwaleys, Phillip le 348
Cornwall, Charles W. 352
Cornwall, name of 1; separated from Wales 29 ; boundary fixed at Tamar 30 ; temp. Domesday 33 ; de-atforested 38 · visit of justices in 1233, 39 ; porte in l4th century 41; conversion of 94 ;connection with Brittiny 5, 19, 96 ; overrun by Egbert 98 ; by Athelstan 30, 98 (but see 376) ; made an arch deaconry 102 ; crusaders in 1322, 104 ; physical description 114 ; hills 115 ; watershed and rivers 117 ; lakes 120 ; climate 121; rainfall 122 ; geology of 122 ; inundation's of 125 ; fauna 128 ; floras 144 162 ; parliamentary representation and county organization 152, 466,(and see parliament, members) ; intricate divisions of 152 ; agriculture 159 ; mining 167, 236 ; fishories and minor industries 178 ; social notes 185 ; leading families 186 ; yeomen 188 ; peasantry 189 ; poor relief 190 ; criminals 190 ; customs 192, 323 ; langmage and literature 193 ; eminent men `303 ; antiquities of 222 ; parochial history 255 ; bad opinion of Cornish at Neweham 301;
Corporate towns 153
Corporation plate, 256
Coryton, Wm. 61, 270
Cosmo, Duke, at Scilly 462, 465
Cotehele 25G, 73
Couch Jonathan 207, 299
" R. Q. 207
T. Q. 207
Coverack 421
Crannog ( ? ) at Dozmary 224
Crantoc 113, 249, 253, 382, 393
` Creation of the world,' (or, Gwreans an Bys), drama, 200
Crediton, see of, Cornish estates and benefices annexed to 32,100, 263, 435
Creed (par.) 346, 351, 378
Cremation in Cornwall 228
Cresset stones 262
Crime in Cornwall 192
Crispin, Dr. see Mooreman.
Cristall, Joshua 208
Cromwell, Oliver, at a Cornish wrestling 193
Cromwell's castle, Scilly 256, 460
Richard 354
Cross, Legends of the 197
Cross, St., sec Grade.
Crosses 243, 263, 2G5, 2G8, 275, 279, 281, 286, 288, 290, 292, 304, 305, 316, 317, 318, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 330, 331, 332, 333, 336, 337, 339, 34?, 343, 347, 351, 352, 3 55, 357, 360, 361, 375,
382, 386, 388, 400, 403, 405, 408, 415, 427, 431, 434, 435, 437, 418, 455, 456, 457, 459, 460, 462
Crousa Downs 396
` Crow ' in place-names 289
Crowan 425, 426, 431, 448
Crows prevent church building 409
Crusaders, Cornish 104
Crustaceans 136
Cubert 240, 250, 382, 394
Cuby, St. 347, 377
Curfew bell 323
Curse, ancient Cornish 199
Cury 249, 395, 413, 415, 451
Customs, old 192, 238, 366, 413
Cymbsline 4
Cyrus, St. cell of Montacute 113

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Danes in Cornwall 32, 246
Daniell, Alexr., his epitaph 447
Dartmouth and Fowey, relations of 358
Davidstow 245, 266, 332, 336
Davy, Edmund 205
Davy, Sir Humphrey 208, 445
Davy·, Jolin 208
Day, St. 407
Deaneries 112, 156.
Dedicatinn of chuches ;17
Delabole 3I5
Dennis, St. 366, 353
Deverell m. 432
Devil interfeares with churches 409, 411
Devoran 253, 370
Dowstow se,e Davidstow.
Didenini see St. Martin-in-Meneage.
Ding Dong mine 451
Dingerein in Gerrans 29, 99, 381
Dinnurin 99
Dinsal 441
Diocese see Bishopric.
Dissent in l8th Century I10
Dissolution of religious houses 107
Dodman cliff castle 246, 349
Dolcoath Mine 170, 425
Dolmens 230, 356, 382, 414 , 427, 444, 446, 447.
Domesday book 33 seq.
Dominic, St. 259, 270
Domininicans in Cornwall 107, 113, 365
Doniert, see Dungarth
Dor Castle 79, 247, 356
Downeckny m. 335
Dowsing rod 193
Dozmary Pool 120, 224, 258
Drake, Sir Francis 205, 281, 341
Drama, Cornish 197 et seq. 233, 409, 436, 455
Drew, Samuel 208
Druids 17, 323, 430
Duchy of Cornwall 41, 42, 47, 50, 185, 279, 289, 368, 465
Duloe 253, 286, 294
Dungarth, King 32, 244, 288, 290, 291
Dunheved, see Launceston.
Dunkin, Robt. and Milton 353
Dunkin, Edwin 209
Dunkin, E. H. W. 209
Dunmere camp 322
Dunstanville, Baron Francis de 305
Dunstanville Reg, 37
Dunstanville de Fam 429
Dutch attack on Fowey 358
Dwellings 222, 448 455

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Earldom of Cornwall 33, 37, 40, 185
Earls of Cornwall, alleged hunting seat of 409
East, Hundred of 34, 258
Easter sepulchre 272, 311, 408
East Looe see Looe.
East well 259, 284, 335
Eddystone lighthonse 277
Edgcumbe, Richard, 274
Edward VII in Cornwall 93
Egloscruk, see St. Issey.
Egloshayle 16, 244, 247, 315 329, 330
Eglosiga 408
Egloskerry 249, 258. 265, 383
Eglosros see Philleigh.
Elerky, m. 378
Eliot, rev. St. John 362
Eliot, Sir John 58, 59, 282
Elizabeth, Queen, her· virginalls 274
Elwyn's, St. 434
Endellion 106,112, 241, 315, 326, 361
English invasion 30
Ennor island see St. Mary's, Scilly.
Enoder, St. 382, 391, 399
Enodoc, St.16, 250, 327
Entomology 135
Enys fam. 373
Epidemics 42, 320, 350, 365. 425
Epitaphs 337, 391, 447
Ercedekne, Thomas 40
Ercedekne fam. 379, 421
Erica vagans 145, 306, 396
Erisey m. 424
Erme, St. 253 346 362 375 383
Erny, St. 259 283
Erth, st. 16, 240, 245, 248, 251, 257, 426, 434
Ervan, St.250, 362, 381, 383
Erisey, James 424
Essex, Earl of 76
Ethnology 5, 94, 459
Eval., St.381, 383
Ewe, St. 241, 252, 346, 351
Exeter, Walter of 221
Exeter, sieges of 51, 74
Exxeter coll., Oxford, Gwinear app. to 431
Exmouth Lord 90
Explosion at Gwithian, 433, 437
Exports 158

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Fairs 322, 392 and see Markets
Falmouth, fight between French and Spanish at 48, 399 ; Spanish at 57 ; 158, 192, 235, 365, 369, 395, 396, 399
Falmouth, Edward, first earl of 371
" Lord,and borough of Tregony 377
Family history 186
Fauna 128
Fentongollan m. 371
Feock 245, 346, 3"10, 399
Finch Heneage 297 391
F'ish and fishing 129, 132, 178, 190, 273, 350, 380, 438, 448
Flammank's rebellion, see Rebellions.
Flavoll, Thos. 422
Flora 144,162, 396, 466 day, see Furry day
Flushing 402
Fogous 224, 384, 418, 439 453, 455
Fontevrault monastery 341
Fonts 249, 260, 266, 268, 272, 273, 279, 280, 290, 300, 301, 307, 314, 315, 317, 321, 323, 324, 328, 329, 332, 334, 337, 308, 339, 342, 347, 3a2, 355, 375, 383, 384, 385, 390, 39I., 393, 406, 411, 415, 419, 425, 435, 437, 444, 446, 447, 461.
Foote, Samuel 209
` Forcer' of leather at Lanivet 331
Foreshore at Scilly 466
Forest of Cornwall 38
Forests, buried, &c. 441
Forrabury 332, 338
Fowey 41, 43 62, 77 241 247, 250, 256, 346, 353, 357, 367, 399, 438
Fowey, `gallants' of 358 " river 117 286, 288 353
Fox, George, the quaker 265, 428
" Robert W. 210
Foy's Fenton 286, 330
French attacks 43, 47, 48, 105, 298, 358, 370, 399, 424, 429, 437, 463
French words in Cornish drama 199
Friars in Cornwall 106, 112, 321, 365
Friaries, see under Chureh - religious houses
Fungi 149
Furlong, Andrew, and his bible 280
` Furry day' 192, 411

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Gabbro rocks 396
Gafulford, battle at 30
Games 193, 388, 411, 436
Gammon, Hannibal 418
Gaol, county 319
Gardene 165
Gargaul, m., see Cargol
Garibaldi in Cornwall 356
Gas invented at Redruth 428
Gennys, St. 253, 266, 332
Geological Society of Cornwall 449
Geology 122, 374, 396, 404, 434
George III in Cornwall 273
Geraint 22, 29, 98, 381
Gerennius' grave 29, 378
Germans, St. 62,112, 249, 250, 279, 280, 281, 283, 295, 305, 450, 454
Germoe 395, 413, 414, 451
Germoe's chair 415
Gerrans, St. 29, .19, 347, 379, 381
Gerveys fam. 404
Ghost laying at Wendron 409
Giants Castle at scilly 466
Giants grave 227,
Giants hedge, Looe248 300 303
Gilbert Davies 197, 210, 430
" Sir Raliegh 319
Gild, trade at Helston 410
Giles, St in the Heath 153
Glassney college105 113 196 198 350 361 363 370 376 391 394 399 402 403 406 406 419 324 325 342 344 375 413 416 437 447
Glendorgal 389
Gluvias 395 399, 400, 401
Glynn m- 331
Godolphin (district) 245, 414
Godolphin name 424
"Sir Francis, 56, 354, 452, 465
"Marg 89, 410, 413
"Sidney 64, 410
"Sidney ( Baron) 89, 389, 410
"Sir Wm. 464
Gold cup at Cheesewring 234
Golden, supposed prieats' hiding place at 53, 376
Goldvadnek barrow 411
Goodern 363
Goonhilly Downs 195, 396, 418, 423
Gorran 246, 346, 349, 399
Goewold, Bartholomew 398
Gothian, St., oratory of, see Gwithian.
Grade 395, 424, 451
Grampound 61, 346, 352 Road 362
Grandisson, Bp., at Buryan 191; letter to pope 465
Granite 401, 402, 446, 460
Great Beam mine 347
Gregor fam. 375
Grenefild, William de 210
Grenville, Sir Bevil, 58, 67, 70, 303, 365, 386 (and see Civil War)
" Denis 88
, Sir John 86 87 88
" Sir Richard 56 211 255
, The younger 78 86 265 361 365
, fam- 308
" Grosse Ekezial 428
Grogoyth m. 375
Guise dancers 192
Gulval 245 427, 435, 450
Gumb Daniel 276
Gunwalloe 249 251 395 413 415 417 418 451 st. 425
Gurnards Head 444
Gurney, Goldsworthy 211 308 312
Gwarnick m. 361
Gwennap 233 251 395 406
Gwennap Pit 233 406
Gwinear 245 288 426 431
Gwithian 201, 248, 426 432 437 460
Gwreans an bys 200

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Haccombe 271
Halep de fam 375
Halgaveor mayor of 323
Hall ho Fowey 302
Halligey fogou 224 418
Hals Wm. 211 387
Hamatethy m. 315 316
Hamley Sir E. B. 211
Hampden John 352
Harewood, murder of Edgar at 273
Harlyn 232, 234, 385
Harris, John 211
Harrowing of Hell, representations of 308, 325
Hart, W., bp. of Norwich 302
Hartland Abbey 308, 339
Harvey, Sir Geo. 297
Hawker, R. S. 71, 212, 310, 314, 342
Hawkins, Sir John 55, 204
Hayle 198, 240, 251, 433
Hayle Kimbra 121, 43
Hayle river 434
Hayles abbey 451
Heigham, Clement 297
Helen's, St., Scilly 463
Heligan 351
Helland 315, 318
Hellnowith, alleged nunnery at 419
Helmen Tor 275, 356
Helsbury beacon 344
Helsbury park 343
Helston 61, 108, 113, 203, 258, 326, 395, 397, 408, 409, 416
Helston in Trigg, m. 37, 343, 344, 408
Hengar house hurned 325
Henry VII in Cornwall 277
Hensbarrow 115, 347
Henwood, W. Jory 212
Hereward in Cornwall 37
Herland Cross 414
Hermitages 255, 347, 356, 463
Herodsfoot 293
Hervey's ` Meditations ' 309
Heasenford 283
Hewas mine 351
Hicks, W. R. 212
Hilary, St. 14, 40, 238, 427, 432, 438, 443
Hills 115, 269, 406
Hingeton Downs, battle at 30
Hitchins, Fortescue, poem by 90
Hitchins, Malachi 213, 432
Hoblyn, Rob., F.R.S. 388
Hogg, Thomas, books by 2, 443
Holycvell bay 391
Holy wells, see Wells.
Hopton, Sir Ralph58 63, 365, 370, 465
Hornblower, J. C. 213
Horses 161
Hospitals, see Leper·.
Hospitals, at Truro .322, 369, at Redruth 329
Hospitallers, Knights 271, 290, 317, 412, 446
Hucar ` the deacon ' 213, 283
Hundreds of County 34, 153, 258 286, 306, 315, 332, 346, 381, 395, 426
` Hurlers' (circle) 226, 227, .275, 290
Hurling, game of 193, 388
Husband, William 213
Hut, circles, etc. see Dwellings, prehistoric
Huwal, last native King 31
Hydrozoa 143

I
Ictis, where? 9
Illogan 235, 426, 429
Imports 158
Ince Castle 256, 279
Incense eups 229
Incledon Benjn. (Charles) 213
Indian Queens 240
Industries (minor) 178
Insects 135
Inscribed stones 17, 25, 238, 244, 245, 342, 388, 434, 447, 45l, 455, 456
Instantius, Bp. banished to Scilly 463
Inundations 125
Ireland, influence in Cornish art etc. 234
Iron mining 172
Ironwork, Local 393
Issey, St. 249, 253, 381, 383
Ive, St. 250, 259, 271, 317, 446
Ives, St. 52, 245, 252, 254, 350, 426, 436, 450, 463

J
Jacobstow 307, 314
Jago, Robt., ghost-layer 409
James, Sir Henry 213
Jeffery, Dorothy see Pentreath, Dolly.
Jeffery, H. M. 213
" Sir Robert 283
Jews in Cornwall 10, 40
John of Cornwall 197, 214
John's, St. (par.) 259, 278
John's, St. (village) 412
hospital, Sithney 412
Johns, C. A. 411
Joll, Peter, his alleged age 261
Jordan, Wm. 409
Juliot, St. 234, 332, 333
Just, St., in Penwith 7, 24, 46, 55, 233, 250 254, 399, 427, 456
Just, St., in Roseland 347, 379, 380

K

Kea 251, 346, 362, 363, 364, 399
Keigwin, John 197, 214 Jenkin 452
Kelly camp 16, 217, 329
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L
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Levant mine 457
Levelis arms 453
Lewannick 242, 258, 262
Lezant 256, 258, 263
Lifeboat at Mullion 422
Lighthouses 154, 422, 425, 427, 433, 461, 463, 467, 468
Light Ship at Seven Stones 461
Lille’s ‘Fatal Curiosity’ 401
Limestone 176, 262, 264
Linkinhorne 259, 266, 275
Liskeard 64, 266, 271, 286, 291, 304; castle 39, and see Civil War
Literature, see Drama, Language, Printing, Newspapers
Little Petherick 381, 383
Lizard, The 396, 425, 426
Localisation of Scripture scenes in drama 198
Local rhymes 192
Locomotive, Murdoch’s 428
Loe pool 120, 409, 410, 417
Logan stones 238, 275, 317, 412, 444
Longfellow, Cornish blood in 203, 416
Longships lighthouse 461
Looe 248, 253, 286, 296, 299, 438
Lostwithiel 76, 78, 80, 245, 250, 256, 305, 320, 346, 353, 355, 357, 359, 365
Lostwithiel, Baron 361
Lovell, Wheal 109
Loveybound, John 329
Lower, Dr. Richard 325
Lower, Sir Wm. 324
Lucias and Rosewick m. 424
Lucy, Rd. de, 214, 256, 364
Ludgvan 244, 427, 445
Luke of Cornwall 214
Luxulyan 326, 346, 355, 357, 359
Luxulyanite 359
Lyonesse 125, 441, 443


M

Mabe 251, 253, 395, 402
Mabyn, St. 253, 315, 323
Mackerel fishery 182
Maclean, Sir John 215
Macpherson, ‘Ossian,’ M.P. for Camelford 342
Madron 230, 233, 239, 427, 446, 449
Maen Castle 461
Mail packet service 397
Maker 259, 276
Malpas 370
Mammals 129
Manaccan 249, 250, 253, 395, 399, 419
Manaccanite 419
Manacles (rocks) 420
Manaton (in Southill) 272
Manaton, Ambrose 263
Mancus, St. buried (?) at Pelynt 301
Manor and other houses, 256, 262, 271, 284, 314, 316, 324, 326, 327, 329, 338, 339,
351, 359, 361, 362, 370, 371, 376, 388, 402, 404, 409, 413, 416, 417, 418, 431,
433, 436, 453, 461
Manumissions of serfs 35, 10?, 196, 321
Marazion, meaning of name 10, 440; 47, 272, 424, 427, 439
Marchant, Cheston, of Gwithian 201
Marhamchurch 307, 313
Market Jew, see Marazion
Markets 392, 407, 428, 437, 440, 450
Markets, temp. Domesday 36, 319
Mark well 259, 284
Marriages at Temple exempt chapel 318
Marriage, certificate of banns of, in verse 456
Martin, St., by Looe 286, 295
" " in Meneage 395, 418
" " Scilly 466
Martyn, Henry 215
Mary’s, St., Scilly 462, 464, 466
Mary Week, St., see Week St. Mary
Mawes, St. (village and castle) 45, 49, 56, 83, 250, 380
Mawgan, in Meneage 241, 251, 3?5, 404, 416
Mawgan in Pydar 244, 245, 255, 256, 382, 390
Mawnan 395, 403
Mayne, Cuthbert 53, 108, 376
Mayow, John 215, 295
Melidgan island 467
Mellion, St. 259, 270
Menabilly 357
Menacuddle 348
Men-amber logan stone 412
Men-an-tol 233, 447
Meneage peninsula 396
Menhenyot 108, 194, 253, 283, 286, 300, 305
Menhirs 232, 324, 349, 353, 405, 448, 455, 458
Men Scryfys 239, 447
Meriasek, St., life of 198 363
Meryn, St. 381
Merther 347, 375
Merton priory (Surrey) 378
Meteorology 122
Mevagissey 346, 350, 399
Mewan, St. 346, 351
Michael, Blaunpayn 215
Michael, St., Carhayes, see Carhayes
Michael’s, St., Mount 9, 40, 47, 48, 76, 81, 82, 112, 245, 253, 254, 256, 370, 387,
399, 427, 428, 436, 439, 440
Michael, St., Penkivel 113, 250, 322, 346, 371
Michael, St. (St. Minever) 327
Michaelstow 253, 332, 344
Michel, St., Mont 439, 441
Michell 62, 391, 392
" of Truro sails with Drake 205
Michell, Nicholas 216
Mictis, see Ictis
Military matters 43, 153, 442, 464
Millbrook 250, 277
Mineral collections 368, 449
Miners, death rate of 168
Mines, names of 237
" first pumping engine 409
" blasting in 414
Mining 167, 168, 170, 236, 372, 386, 392, 396, 405, 406, 409, 414, 426, 427,
429, 448, 451, 457, 463, et passim ( and see tin working)
Mincresses (nuns of St. Clare) 365
Minster 40, 106, 113, 242, 245, 314, 332, 337, 339
Minver, St. 315, 327
Miracle plays see Drama
Miracles, supposed, at Whitstone 308; at Crantoc 394
Miserere stalls at Buryan 458
Mitchell, see Michell
Mithian 364, 374
Moated house in Phillack 433
Moditonham, m. 284
Modred 24, 28
Mohun fam. 302, 304, 434
Mollusks 140
Monasteries, see Church -- religious houses
Monmouth’s revolt 88
Monoliths see Menhirs
Montacute monastery (Cluniac) 260, 302
Months, Cornish names of 201
Monuments see Tombs
Mooreman, Dr. 51, 108, 194, 306
Moresk m. 369
Mortuaries 404
Morvah 246, 251, 427, 446
Morval 286, 294
Morville, Hugh de 294
Morwenstow 249, 253, 307, 309, 322
‘Mount Calvary,’ a poem 197
Mount Edgcumbe 276
Mount Hawke 374, 430
Mount’s bay 41, 47, 48, 56, 126, 298 (and see St. Michael’s Mt.)
Mousehole 41, 56, 452
Moyle, Walter 216, 283, 291
Mulfra quoit 447
Mullion 252, 270, 395, 421
Munchausen, Baron, Adventures of 427
Mural paintings 255, 266, 274, 275, 330, 339, 370, 412, 414, 421, 446, 456, 461
Murder at Whitstone 308; at Penryn 400; at Gluvias 401; at St. Hilary 439
Murdoch, Wm 428
Museum at Truro 368; at Penzance 449
Mylor 249, 251, 255, 322, 395, 399, 401

N
Names of places, see Place names
Nankwynan, where 24
Nansfonteyn 383
Nanswhydden ho. and library 388
Napoleonic war, Cornish soldiers 93
National Explosive Co’s works 433
Navy, Cornish in 41, 43, 55, 276, 295, 397
Neolithic man 5, 234, 430 (and see Dwellings, &c.)
Neot, St. (par) 100, 113, 250, 254, 286, 287, 331
Neot, St. 314
Newenham abbey 301
Newlyn artists 452
Newlyn East 110, 233, 372, 382, 392
Newlyn (West) burned by Spaniards 56, 448, 452
Newport 267
Newquay 382, 389
Newspapers 312, 368
Nicknames at Breage 203
Nighton’s, St. 305, 342
‘Nine Maidens,’ St. Columb 388; Gulval 451
Nonconformists of 1662, 109
Normans in Cornwall 33
Norman Architecture 249, 260, 265, 266, 268, 272, 273, 277, 278, 279, 280, 283, 290, 292, 296, 300, 301, 302, 307, 308, 309, 311, 314, 315, 316, 317, 321, 328, 329, 332, 334, 335, 336, 338, 339, 340, 341, 342, 344, 348, 352, 374, 375, 376, 380, 384, 390, 391, 393, 401, 406, 411, 415, 416, 419, 425, 432, 434, 435, 437, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 456
North, burials on 425
Northill 258, 261
Nowell, Alexr. 297
Northampton, John of 44, 340
Noy, Col. Humphrey 390
Noy, Wm. 62, 216, 352, 390, 410, 436, 459
Nunneries, formerly none in Cornwall 113
Nunnery at Lanherne 390; supposed, an Lanivet, 332; at Hellnowith 419; alledged, at
St. Michael’s Mount 442
Nuns of St. Clare (Minoresses) 365
Nutt, John, pirate 59

O
Ocrinum 441
Ogams 242
Oil of mercy 197
Oliver monument at Sithney 412
Opie, John 216
Oratories see Chapels
Ordinalia, Cornish dramas 197
Ornaments, ancient 234
Otterham 255, 332, 333
Owles, Wheal, flooded 457
Oxford, John, Earl of, takes St. Michael’s Mount 442

P
Padderbury Top 283
Padstow 32, 55, 250, 256, 382, 385
Paintings see mural paintings
Palaeolithic man 5
Paleologus, Theodore 285
Palmerston, Lord, M.P. for Bossiny 341
Par, 356, 360
Parishes, number of 153; names, acreage, and population of 258, 286, 306, 315, 332, 346, 381, 395, 426, 462
Parish accountants see Churchwardens’ accounts
Parks 269, 292, 331, 343, 361
Parliament, Cornish members, 59, 60, 61, 65, 66, 152, 267, 270, 271, 272, 279, 281, 291, 295, 297, 341, 352, 354, 358, 365, 377, 380, 391, 401, 410, 436, 440
Parliament, Cornishmen and the speaker 60
Parliamentary party in Civil War, Cornismen in 58, 62
Pascon agan Arluth, a poem 197
Patrick, St. 371
Patrick, St. 385
Paul, (par.) 56, 225, 233, 248, 427, 451, 464
Pauperism 190
Pawton (Poltone, &c.) m. 100, 382
Payne, Anthony 71, 313
Peard, Col. 356
Peerages, Cornish 152, 186
Pellew, Edward, see Lord Exmouth
Pellew, Sir Israel 90
Pelynt 256, 286, 300
Pencarrow camp 329
Pendarves 427
Pendarves, Sir Wm. 436
Pendeen 458
Pendennis castle 45, 47, 49, 56, 57, 61, 65, 82, et seq. 256, 284, 294, 397, 399
Pendragon 20
Pendrief rock 317
Pengelli m. 362
Pengelly (St. Neot) tenure of 289
Pengelly, W. 216, 296
Pengersick castle 256, 414
Penhallow 380
Penhargard castle 318
Penhele m. 268
Penjerrick 400
Penmayne, m. 329
Pennance (Gwennap) m. 407
Pennance (Zennor) 227
Penny-come-quick 396
Pennytinny 361
Penponds (Camborne) 427
Penpound fam. 314
Penquite 356
Penrose, Bernard, prior of St. John’s hospital 412
Penryn, Spaniards land at 55; 41, 192, 256, 272, 361, 395, 396, 397, 399, 400, 401, 405 (and see Glasney)
Penryn m. 399
Pensigenance (hodie Pennance) m. 407
Pentewan tin streams 173, 236
Pentillie castle 269
Pentreath, Dolly 195, 201, 217
Penwarne (Mawnan) 403
Penwarne (Mevagissey) 350
Penwerris 398
Penwith hundred 34, 61, 426, 433, 466
Penzance 56, 85, 192, 234, 245, 251, 272, 427, 436, 448
Perceval (alias Bonaventura) Dame Thomasine 313
Perkins Warbeck, Cornish support 45, 320, 438, 442
Perran Church see Perranzabuloe
Perran-ar-worthal 219, 253, 395, 406
Perran Round 55, 372
Perranuthnoe 253, 404, 427, 434, 443
Perranzabuloe 55, 113, 233, 243, 248, 325, 346, 364, 371, 373, 432, 460
Personal belongings 257
Peryn, Richd, of Linkinhorne, murdered 275
‘Peter Pindar’ 359
Peters, Hugh 87
Petrock, St. 321
Petrock, St., Minor, see Little Petherick
Petherwin, North 153
Petherwin, South 59, 258, 264
Petty, Dr. Wm. 297
Peverell fam. 316
Phillack 240, 243, 255, 426, 433
Philleigh 347, 379, 380, 383
Phippen, Owen 367
Phoenicians 6
Phoenix mines 276
Physical description 114
Pigs, largely bred 161
Pilchard fishery 178
Pillaton 259, 269
Pincerna fam 421
Piper, Sir Hugh 265
Pinnock, St. 286, 293
Piran, St. see Perranzabuloe
Pirates, 54, 59, 104, 298, 349, 357, 367, 398, 438, 439, 464, and see Danes, French, Spaniards, Privateers
Pitt, ‘Governor’ 303
Place names, derivation of 1, 6, 10, 24, 25, 28, 31, 39, 97, 202, 237, 283, 289, 319, 329, 370, 371, 373, 397, 408, 447, 450, 452
Place ho., Anthony 381
Place ho., Fowey 256
Plague at Landewednack 425
Plan an guare 55, 233, 372, 429, 458
Pliocene fossils at St. Erth 434
Plymouth, siege of, 1643, 75
Plympton, canons of 326, 376, 380
Poer, Wm. 463
Polgooth mine 351
Polgreen 390
Polperro 299
Polruan 41, 301
Poltone see Pawton
Polwhele, R. 217, 393, 419, 430
Polyfant m. 337
Polyfant stone 176, 262
Polytechnic Society 398
Polyzoa 141
Pomeroy fam 377
Pomeroy, Henry, takes St. Michael’s Mount 442
Pons Baldwyni, hermitage at 356
Pool 430
‘Poor Clares’ at Truro 365
Poor law unions 153
Population, temp. Domesday 34, 36; 1377, 42; 1540, 365; present day 185, 258, 286
315, 332, 346, 381, 426, 462
Porkellis 409
Port Eliot 282
Port Enys 452
Port Isaac 327
Port Gavern 327
Portguin 327
Porthalla 223, 421
Porthcothan 384
Porthcurno 460
Porth East 349
Porthgwarra 461
Portia Prior, m. 420
Porthilly 327
Porthleven 411, 412
Porthoustock 223, 421
Porthscatho 381
Portreath 429
Ports 41, 158, 385, 429, and see Navy
Port Looe, m. 298, 379
Portugal, Cornish in, in 1147, 38
Pottery, ancient 228, 229, 389, (and see Barrows, &c.)
Poughill 307, 310
Poundstock 307, 314, 333, 337
Powder Hundred 34, 346, 391
Preaching, essay on 312
Prebendal churches, 327 (and see Collegiate churches)
Pressepynnacke m. (? Prospidnick, Sithney) 387
Prest, Agnes, burned 53, 269
Prices in 16th century 456
Prideaux, Dr. H. 218, 291, 386
Prideaux place, Padstow 256, 386
Priests banished to Scilly 463
Printing, early 296, 368
Privateers 50, 53, 54, 398, 438
Probus 82, 113, 250, 251, 347, 375
Protozoa 143
Prussia Cove 439
Pryce, W. 218
Puffins as rent 464
Pumping engine, the first 409; one of Newcomen’s 414
Puritans, alleged mischief by 412, 447, 458, 461
Pydar hundred 34, 315, 381, 389
Pyngewennayne m. (? Pengwedna in Breage) 387
Pytheas, voyage of 8

Q

Quethiock 243, 259, 270
Quivel, Bp. 422

R
Railways in Cornwall 93, 155, 290, 293, 296, 349, 360, 398
Rainfall 122
'Raised beach' 404
Rame 255, 259, 277
Raphel, m. 299
Raspe, Rodolph Eric, at Dolcoath 428
Rebellions, Buckingham's 45; Flammock's 46, 320, 421, 429, 442, 1539, 49, 421, 548-49 50, 107, 254, 300, 320, 388, 416, 421, 442
Redruth 191, 251, 254, 272, 426, 428, 450
Religious houses, see under Church.
Repery m. 387
Reptiles 130
Reredos see Alabaster
Reskymer fam. 417, 418
Respryn 361, 365
Restormel 39, 78, 256, 353, 355
Restronguet 402
Reterth m. 389
Retraigh m. 389
Rewley, St. Mary's 408
Rhymes, local 192
Rialton m. 389
Riot of Miners 450
Rivers 117
Riviere castle 433
Roads 154
Robarts baronetage 58
Robartes fam. 361, 369, 418
Roche 25, 346, 347
Roche rock 255
Rock basins 233
Rock ferry 329
Rodd, E.H. 218
Rogers, Hy., the pewterer 431
Rolle, Hy. 272
Romans in Cornwall 11, et seq, 292, 311, 328, 340, 378, 439; coins 14,,15, 17, 223, 232, 235, 305, 328, 370, 374, 411, 420, 430, 439, 444, 451;
supposed see camps 16, 247, 326, 439; pottery, etc. 16, 439, 455
Roscarrock ho. 327
Roscraddock m. 290
Roscreage beacon 421
Roseland 379
Rosemerryn m. 400
Roses, Wars of 44
Rosewick m. 424, 425
Round island 467
'Rounds' see Plan au guare
Roundway Downs, battle of 71
Rous, Francis 270
Roughtor 115, 255, 316
Royalists shelter in Scilly 465
Ruanlanihorn 40, 347, 379
Ruan Major 395, 423, 424, 451
Ruan Minor 249, 395, 423
Runnel stone 460
Ryan, Luke, Irish pirate, 439
Rydwori m. 446
Rye Seamen fight Fowey men 358

S

St. Aubyn, Sir John 204, 431, 440
St. Aubyn fam. 431
Saints 97
Salt pits 37
Saltash 64, 65, 255, 259, 279
Samian ware 16
Samson, St. see Golant
Samson (Scilly) 463, 467
Sancreed 223, 224, 228, 243, 244, 247, 253, 427, 453
Sanctuary, right of 266, 341
Sand, damage by 371, 384, 432, 433, 435, 438
Sandwich, Countess of 274
Saxons 29, 30, 236, 248, 315, 340, 341,342, 349, 443
Schiller, wreck of 463
Schools, ancient 266, 291, 313, 323, 342, 366, 377, 411, 447
Science 193
Scilly Isles 31, 82, 83, 86, 102, 113, 126, 256, 265, 427, 458, 462
Scilly rock 467
Scobell, Fras. 391
Scoffern, John 218
Scorrier 373
Screens see Woodwork
Scrivener, F.H.A. 218
Scrope and Grosvenor controversy 44
Sea, encroachments by 443, 453, and see Lyonesse)
Sea fights 47, 48, 86, 99, 358 (and see French, Navy, Pirates, Privateers,Spaniards)
Seamen see Navy
Sea weeds 149
Sebasta altera legio 292
Selyf, king 273
Sennen 243, 250, 427, 459, 461
Sentry (place name) 97
Serfs in Cornwall 35 (and see Manumissions)
Serpentine stone 306, 422
Seven Stones 461
Sexby, Col. Edward 354
Sharks 463
Sherborne paper 312
Sheriffs, election of 38
Sheviock 244, 250, 259, 281
Shovel, Sir C. 463
Shutta village 295
Silver in Cornwall 171, 254
Silver lead 301
Silvester, Pope, drama of 199
Simon ward, see Breward, St
Sithney 249, 387, 395, 399 411
Size, John 299
Skewis, riot at 431
Skewish, John 218
Slapton, college at 314
Slaughter Bridge, stone at 25, 242
Smith, Augustine 465; family, lessees of Scilly 465, 466
Smithike 396
‘Smoke money’ at Truro 366
Smuggling 417, 439
Snakes, why none in Scilly 462
Soap stone 423
Soor fam. 370, 380
Southill, 241, 250, 259, 272
South Petherwin see Petherwin, South
Spaniards in Cornwall 48, 55, 56, 277, 370, 399, 436, 449, 451
‘Squints’ in churches 416, 417
Stamford, Lord, in Cornwall 66
Stamford Hill battle 67
Stanbury m. 310
Stannary court, and parliament 152, 174, 237, 256, 269, 354, 355, 359, 368
Star Castle, Scilly 256, 464, 465
Steatite 176, 290
Stephens, St., in Brannel 322, 346, 352, 374
Stephen’s, St., by Launceston see Launceston, St. Stephen’s
Stephen’s, St., by Saltash 256, 259, 279
Stoke Climsland 259, 269
Stones, carved &c., see Alabaster
Stones, building 176, 262, 316, 349, 384, 393
Stones, holed 233, 405, 447, 458
Stones, inscribed, see Inscribed Stones
Stone weapons, see Neolithic man
Storms 1817, 453; 1869, 450
Stoups, heraldic 326
Stowe house 308
Stratton 37, 66, 108, 247, 266, 307, 311, 314
Stratton hundred 34, 306
Straughan, Col., challenges royalists 305
‘Street’ in place names 311
Stythians 228, 244, 253, 395, 405, 416
Summercourt fair 392
Sunday fishing 448
Sundial at Lelant 435
Superstitions 193, 322
Symons, W. Penn 218, 284
Syon monestary 370, 442

T
Table Maen, legend of 461
Talcarn priory, see Minster
Talland 113, 251, 254, 266, 286, 297
Tamar, Cornish boundary fixed at 30
Tamerton, North 306, 307
Tavistock abbey 463, 466
Tean (Scilly) 463
Teath, St. 112, 332, 344
Tehidy 265, 429
Telegraph, Eastern 460
Templars, The 271, 317
Temple 315, 317
Tewdrik, Cornish ‘tyrant’ 363
Tewington m. 349
Tewkesbury, Egloshayle app. to 329; Trevalga app. to 340; St. Wenn the same 386;
Germoe same 415; Crowan same 431; Sancreed 454
Theresian nuns at Lanherne 390
Thomas, St. 249, 258, 266, 335
Thomas, St. Hamlet, 267
Thurvay, Simon 219
Tideford 283
Tillie 269
Tin astragali 9, 237
Tin working 2, 6 to 10, 41, 172, 173, 177, 349, 351, 360, 362, 370, 409, 429, 453 (and see Mining)
Tintagel 22, 27, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 249, 250, 255, 332, 340
Tintagel inscribed stone 17, 40, 239, 244, 342
Tithe book of St. Just 456
Tithe, cheese in church 454
Tithe customs 350, 423, 424, 456
Tithe, disputes over 404
Titus, Silas 354
‘Tolmen’ at Constantine 405
Tol-pedn-penwith 460
‘Tolvan’ at Constantine 405
Tolvern ferry 370, 380
Tombs, &c. 255, 268, 272, 274, 278, 284, 294, 301, 308, 312, 316, 321, 331, 337, 344, 367, 382, 383, 408, 411, 412, 417, 422, 458
Tonacombe m. 310
Tonkin, Thos. 219, 373
Torpoint 259, 278
Torques 234
Toup, Jon. 219, 296
Towednack, 251, 253, 254, 255, 427, 437, 444
Towers, Cornish Church 251, 376, 420
Towers, detached 251, 298, 415
‘Tower, The Silent’ of Forrabury 338
Towns temp. Doomsday 36
Tram, first electric, in Cornwall 429
Travelling, former slowness of 105
Trebartha 262
Trebarvath m. 421
Trebigh preceptory 271, 317, 446
Treburgett mine 345
Trecarrel 256, 263
Trecarrel, Sir Henry 265, 275
Tredenack circle 451
Tredevos m. 423, 425
Treen see Treryn
Trees 165
Trefusis ho. 402
Tregaer camp (Nanstallon) 16, 247, 322
Tregaer m. 381
Tregarrick (Pelynt) 300
Tregaseal 458
Tregavethan m. and par. 346, 362, 363, 399
Tregeagle 347
Tregeare, James, M.P. for St. Ives, tried for murder 436
Tregellas, J.T. 219
Tregellas, S.P. 219
Tregian fam. 376
Tregiffian 458
Treglasta m. 336
Tregonebris menhir 455
Tregoning hill castle 246, 414
Tregony 62, 270, 347, 377, 442; priory 113; inscribed stone 240
Tregothnan 371
Tregury, Micheal de 44, 216, 387
Trehanick (St. Teath) 345
Treiwal m. 441
Trejagu, Sir John de 371
Trelan mirror, &c. 229, 235, 421
Trelaske 33, 262
Trelawne, 219, 256, 300
Trelawny, Sir Jon. 109, 219, 300, 306
Trelawny fam. 261
Treleigh 428
Trelill 409
Trelowarren 418
Tremaine 249, 258, 268
Trematon castle 37, 255, 279
Tremayne fam. 351
Trembleth 383
Tremenheere, Wm. 220
Tremodret m. 25, 44, 294
Trennaile Bury 342
Trenance m. 349
Trencrom camp 247
Trenear (Wendron) 409
Treneglos 249, 332, 334
Trenethic 256, 409
Trengoffe (Warleggan) 286
Treres (or Trerice) m. 372, 392
Treryn castle 246
Tresco island 463, 466
Tresco, priory at 463, 466
Tresillian, Sir Robert 43, 44, 220, 293, 294, 319, 375
Tresillian bridge treaty 82, 370
“ church 375
“ m. 375
Treslothan 427
Tresmeer 258, 268
Tresunger barton 327
Tretheves m. see Tredevos
Trethevy dolmen 230, 290
Trethurffe fam. 362
Trevalga 253, 265, 332, 339
Trevalgue castle 245, 390
Trevanion, Chas. 378
Trevanion fam. 374
Trevanion, Rich. 89
Trevarnon Round 433
Trevarrian castle 245
Trevaunance 373
Trevalver 329
Trevelyan fam. 335, 404, 443
Treveneage fogon 439
Treveniel m. 262
Treverbyn m. 348, 349
Trevesquyt m. 323
Trevet, Thos. 220
Trevinnick camp 326
Trevisa, John of 220, 270
Trevithick, Rd. 220, 377, 430
Trewartha marsh settlement 224
Trewarthenick 375
Trewen 258, 264
Trewhiddle, ‘finds’ at 235, 236, 349
Trewinnard 434; coach (formerly) at 257
Trewithen 377
Trewoof 453
Treworgey m. 290, 333
Trewreannen m. 448
Trigg hundred 34, 315, 327
Trippet stones 317
Truro 41, 48, 62, 63, 106, 107, 110, 111, 113, 194, 205, 235, 250, 256, 265, 270, 272, 329, 346, 362, 364, 370, 397, 408
Truro, Bishops of 111
Truro, St. Mary’s 346, 364 (and see Truro)
Tuckingmill 430
Tudy, St. 254, 315, 324
Tumuli see Barrows
Turks see Pirates
Tybesta m., and hundred 34, 351
Tympana 249, 260, 267, 268, 277, 334, 374, 401, 406, 416
Tywardreth 40, 105, 112, 316, 334, 346, 348, 355, 356, 360, 419, 435

U
Uny Lelant see Lelant
Upton barton buried 432
Urns, sepulchral, see Pottery
V

Valle, de, monastary 378
Vepe, St. 113, 286, 302
Vernon, Admiral, name on bell 457
‘Veronica’ in window at Breage 413
Veryan 29, 347, 378
Victoria, Queen, in Cornwall, 93, 273, 356, 358
Villages rare in Cornwall 31
Virginstowe 153
Vivian, prior 103, 221, 255, 321, 386, 389
Vivian, Sir R.H. 91
Vor, Wheal 414
Vyvyan, Sir Rich. 380, 418, 420
Vyvyan fam. 417, 418

W
Wadebridge 256, 315, 330, 382
Wager, Sir Chas. 297
Wages in 16th century 456
Wales and Cornwall 96, 103
Walker, Samuel 110
Waller, William 279
Wallis, Captn. 281, 419
Wallysborow, Sir Roger 49
Warbeck see Perkin
Warbstow 314, 332, 334
Warleggan 286
Warna’s (St.) well 467
Water, heavy, superstition as to 322
Watershed 117, 347
Watt, James 364
Week St. Mary 307, 313
Wellington, duke of 394
Wells, holy 237, 260, 268, 272, 273, 275, 284, 287, 289, 290, 293, 294, 299, 300, 307, 309, 317, 321, 322, 335, 347, 348, 356, 359, 372, 390, 394, 406, 409, 424, 446, 447, 451, 455,460, 467
Welsh triads 18
Wendron 226, 244, 253, 383, 395, 408
Wenn, St. 382, 386
Wentworth, Peter 377
Werrington 153, 267
Wesley, J. and C. 110, 233, 406, 448
West hundred 34, 286
West Looe see Looe
West, W. 221
Western Green, Penzance 56, 448
Wheare, Diggory 314
Wherry mine 448
Whitelock, Wm. 297
Whitesand Bay (St. Just) 46, 457, 461
Whitley, Nicholas 221
Whitstone 306, 307
Wicliffites in Cornwall 107
William III, landing of 88; clergy take oath 110
William of Cornwall 221
Winchelsea and Fowey 358
Windows see Glass
Windows, ‘low-side’ 417, 425
Windsor college 279
Winnenton hundred 396
Winnow, St. 253, 254, 286, 304, 305, 361
Winslade fam 300
Winwolaus, St. see Gunwalloe
Withiel 250, 382, 386
Wolcot, Dr. 359
Wolf, last English 446
Wolfe rock 427, 461, 468
Wolveden see Golden
Woodcock at Whitstone 307
Wood tin 453
Woodwork, carved 252, 260, 301, 302, 304, 307, 308, 309, 311, 312, 313, 316, 324, 325, 326, 328, 336, 337, 338, 339, 344, 348, 351, 352, 376, 377, 384, 385, 390, 391, 393, 394, 402, 403, 421, 423, 437, 447, 454, 458, 460
Woolf, Arthur 221
Woolston 314
Worthevale m. 338
Wrecks 409, 412, 420, 422, 457, 463, 467
Wrecks, curious law of 465
Wrestling 193
Wykeham, William of, rector of Menhenyot 305


Y
Yerdbury earthwork 313

Z
Zelah 361
Zennor 228, 249, 250, 255, 399, 427, 444
Zinc mining 174



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