John (i) Trelawny, of Menheniot

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John (i) Trelawny, of Menheniot

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Son of Sir John Trelawny, Knight and Blanche Pownd
Husband of Florence Trelawny
Father of Walter (i) Trelawny, of Menheniot; Alnath Trelawny and Edward Trelawny
Brother of Elizabeth Trelawny; Richard Trelawny of Launceston; Roger Trelawny of Brightorre, Esq.; Thomas Trelawny and John (ii) Trelawny, of St Germans
Half brother of Jane or Jone Wideslade

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About John (i) Trelawny, of Menheniot

John Trelawny, son and heir of Sir John Trelawny, Knight, and first wife Blanche Powna, married Florence, the fourth daughter of Sir Hugh Courtenay of Boconnock. They had three sons. He was among those commissioned by King Henry VII to hear the controversies between the prior of Bodmin and others. He died November 14, 1513.

Children of John Trelawny and wife Florence Courtenay:

  • Walter Trelawny, eldest son and heir, married Isabel Touwse
  • Alneth Trelawny, to whom Catherine, Countess of Devon, in c. 1512 [3 Henry VIII], granted the bailiwick of Exitond, and the West gate of the city of Exeter, for his life; died without heirs.
  • Edward Trelawny, died without heirs

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]
  • The visitations of Cornwall: comprising the Heralds' visitations of 1530, 1573 & 1620, John Lambrick Vivian›, College of Arms, published 1887 [available as Google e-Book]
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