- Born: Cir 1454
- Marriage: "Prima" WILTON
- Died: After 1525, Lanreath, Cornwall, England
Sourced from "Wilton Family Web Site"
http://www.jcwilton.com// (no longer exists)
Manor of Triere:
Curia legalis tenta ibidem XIIIIto die mensis Maii Anno que...
Ibidem predicta per Johannam Wilton vidua tenencem dicte
[Quem] accidit domino de Merlot I equi vacantis remanentis
parco domini de Hor[ )...
communiter [ ] heredibus Johannis Kyttabo heredibus
V111d. Thomam landyor ad solvendum domino homagium et
[ ] Carkeles (3d.) in misericordia pro defectu secte curie.
summa V111d. In [Gracia sua] 1111d.
Homage// Court of law held there on the 14th day of May and in
There, aforesaid, by Joan Wilton, widow, holding to the said
[Whom] there falls due to the lord of Merlot of one
ownerless horse remaining in the lord's park of Hor[ ]...
commonly [ ] to the heirs of John Kyttabo, the heirs of
8 pence Thomas landyor to pay to the lord, homage and fealty...
[ ]Carkeles (3d.) in mercy for failure of
suit of court.
Total 8 pence. In [his grace] 4 pence.
Mrs E Collins Ref: CR0. 303
22 Butts Park
Lostwithiel Tel: 01872 323127
Comwafl or 01872 273698
23 February, 1999
Dear Mrs Collins,
Thank you for your letter of 16 February, 1999. Lake's Parochial History
of Cornwall under the entry for
Lanreath Parish says that the Manor of Treyer, Treheir or Treire was
conveyed by a man called Fursdon
in the 4th year of Henry VI (1425), to a man named Cook and others. In
the reign of Henry VIII (1509-
1547) it was the joint property of Sir Peter Edgcumbe and John Tolcarne.
Latterly the manor became the
joint property of the Glynns and the Rashleighs. I have not been able to
trace the place name of Merlot in
Cornwall, so this could conceivably refer to a non-Cornish lord or
landholders. I hope that these few
notes will prove useful.
CORNWALL RECORD OFFICE
County Hall Truro Cornwall TR1 3AY
Tel (01872) 273698 and 323127
Fax (01872) 270340
County Archivist Christine North
Joan married "Prima" WILTON. ("Prima" WILTON was born circa 1450 1 and died circa 1504 in Lanreath, Cornwall, England 1.)