About Hamelin Treloen
Hamelin of Alternonn is presumed to be the son and heir of Eduni, lord of Alternonn, in Cornwall. He was in possession of the manor at the close of the Norman conquest. His right to the estate was confirmed by tenure by the Earl of Mortain, as recorded in the Domesday Book. At the time of that registry, the estate consisted of "two carves and a half, two servants, ten acres of woods and ten of pasture."
Since the Domesday Book was written c.1086, we know that his date of death was after 1086.
Links to additional material:
- The Baronetage of England, or, The history of the English baronets, and such Baronets of Scotland as are of English Families, by Rev. William Betham, published 1801 [available as Google e-Book]
- The English Baronetage: Containing a Genealogical and Historical Account of All the English Barnonets Now Existing: Their Descents, Marriages and Issues, Volume 2, By Arthur Collins, published 1741 [available as Google e-Book]