Trecarrell Hall and chapel
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SN318318 (231752, 78267)
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I am researching the Honychurch family and have come across the following 1331 Robert Honychurch
At Westminster on the octave of St. John the Baptist 5 Ed III (1July1331)
Before William de Herle, John de Stonor, Robert de Malberthorp, John de Cantibrigg, John Travers, and John Inge, justices and others.
Between Henry de Trecarl and Sarah his wife, claimants, and Robert son of Ralphe Honychurche, chaplain, deforciant, as to 1 messuage, 2 mills, 1 ploughland, 5 acres of wood, worth 24s rent in Trecarl (Trecarrell in Lezant). Plea of Covenant was summoned. Henry and Sarah acknowledged the tenements to be the right of Robert as by their gift. For this Robert granted them to Henry and Sarah and gave them up to them at the court. To have and to hold to Henry and Sarah during their lives of the chief lords of that fee by the services to which the tenements belong. After their deaths the tenements shall revert in their entirety to Giles of Esse (Ashe) and Elizabeth his wife and the heirs of their bodies, to hold of the chief lords of that fee by the services, which to the said tenements belong forever. Should Giles and Elizabeth die without heir of their bodies then the tenements shall revert in their entirety to the right heirs of the said Henry, to hold as aforesaid forever.
Robin Thornton, 17 February 2017
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