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date: 22 November 2019

Tremayne familylocked

(per. 1741–1901)
  • Edwin Jaggard

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Tremayne family (per. 1741–1901), politicians and gardeners, were wealthy Cornwall and Devon landowners whose seat was at Heligan, near St Austell in Cornwall. Their earlier lineage included the lawyer Sir John Tremayne. The Tremaynes were deeply involved in Cornish electoral politics during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, two being elected as tories to the ...

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