Re: Trevanion of Cornwall
I have found some additional information on the family, which does not
answer the questions asked in my original post, but does confirm that
in 1334 "Serlo Wyse, junior" and Isabel "daughter of John de
Trevaignon" were claimants against a Serlo Wyse "senior" for lands in
the Cornish parishes of Landrake, South Petherwin, Luxulyan, Lezant,
St Columb Major, Merryn, & St Wenn. We also find at the same time that
"Serlo Wyse senior and Matilda his wife" were claimants for lands in
Lezant, Lawhitton, Trewen, South Petherwin and St Keverne, as well as
the manor of "Benteweyn" (Pentuan in St Austell) with remainder for
all of these to Serlo junior and "the heirs he shall have begotten by"
the said Isabel.
References : Coonwall Feet of Fines nos. 528-530.
Interesting also in two of these three fines, as well as in some
subseuqent but unrelated ones, that one of the sitting justices is a
John de Trevaignon.
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