3 edition of The Treffry Family found in the catalog.
The Treffry Family
Bibliography, p168-170. - Includes index.
|Statement||Adelaide Rideout ; illustrations by Alice Broadbent Wesche.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii,177p.,(16)p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||177|
Create a free family tree for yourself or for Henry Treffry and we’ll search for valuable new information for you. Get started Geni World Family Tree. Henry Treffry Henry Treffry, - Henry Treffry was born in , to John Treffrey and Emlyn Treffry. He died 9 Mar. , leaving two married daughters, Emlyn and Blanche. Treffry had promised his late wife to leave his lands and goods to Blanche, whom he made executrix, and who proved the will 5 July His ‘old true friend’ William Leonard, received money for a ring, and his grandson Charles Kendall his law books. Vis. Cornw. (Harl.
Joseph Thomas Austen ( – ) was an engineer and mining industrialist who became a significant landowner in Cornwall. He changed his name from Austen to Treffry by deed poll. His mother and her sister Jane inherited the Treffry estate in Cornwall following the death of their father and their brother. Appears in Pridham / Borlase / Tregelles / Newton / Lloyd / Howard / Biggs Family Tree Source: Rideout, Adelaide, The Treffry Family, Phillimore & Co. Ltd, Sussex, Intro, Biographical Information, Notes etc.
This excellent book will help you to do this and I hope will encourage you to discover more about the wonderful place that is your home – Cornwall. Place (the seat of the Treffry family at. TREFFRY, Raymond Nelson Raymond was born on Decem to Lola and Harvey Treffry on the family farm in the Spokane Valley, information he enjoyed sharing with everyone. He passed away at home.
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The Treffrys have been at Place, their ancient manor house at Fowey, Cornwall, for eight centuries. They have had their share of moments of glory, such as Sir John Treffry who served with the Black Prince at Crécy and was dubbed Knight Banneret on the field of battle.
One of his descendants, William Treffry, of Place, served as Master of the Ordnance under Sir Walter. The Treffry Family have lived in Cornwall since and their family seat at Place in Fowey intrigued me. So I was pleased to find a book detailing the family, its history and its events over the centuries.
I The Treffry Family book yet read it but had a detailed glance through its pages in readiness. It looks extremely well researched and written and is a 5/5(5).
Get this from a library. The Treffry family. [Adelaide Rideout] -- The Treffry family of England between about A.D. and the present, including some who immigrated to Canada, the United States and elsewhere. Title: The Treffry : ISBN: Format Type: eBook PDF / e-Pub: Author: stay Mirrof: Last download: Detail: Download The Treffry Books This is (The World Library) was a list of the best books in the world like The Treffry Family.
we found your search The Treffry Family in various format of books like PDF, Kindle, EPUB. The Treffry estates continued in this family and name until the year ; when John Treffry, Esq. bequeathed his property to his cousin Thomas Treffry, of Rooke in St. Kew.
Records also show that the manor of Tregwide, or Tregoyde, which belonged to the ancient family of Treffry, is at present in a divided state. The Treffry family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Treffry families were found The Treffry Family book the UK in In there were 23 Treffry families living in Cornwall.
This was about 35% of all the recorded Treffry's in the UK. Cornwall had the highest population of Treffry families in The Treffry family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Treffry families were found in the UK in In there were 31 Treffry families living in Nova Scotia.
This was about 53% of all the recorded Treffry's in Canada. Nova Scotia had the highest population of Treffry families in The family documents now deposited at the County Record Office show clearly the history of the estate, especially Joseph Thomas Treffry's great achievements; but there are also many deeds and leases relating to properties in the town of Fowey, and documents illustrating the family's involvement in the affairs of parish and borough.
The Treffry family by Adelaide Rideout and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Upcoming Treffry Family Reunions. Pedigree charts and family group records are important genealogical tools, so bringing or creating on site a big family pedigree (or family tree) is sure to draw attention; at the same time, have plenty of blank family group sheets available for individual families to complete and submit to go into a "Treffry family record book," which you can then.
The Treffry family are still resident at Place, a wonderful house, hidden within Fowey’s narrow streets and a stone’s throw from the harbour.
The Rashleigh’s have retreated to Menabilly, a country house now more famous as being the former home of Daphne Du Maurier. Treffry died inand was buried in his family chapel in Fowey church.
No will or letters of administration have been found. In the absence of a direct male heir, he left his estates to a cousin, Thomas Treffry, to preserve the family name Thomas’ son John sat for Fowey between and Ref Volumes: Author: Paul. The Treffry family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Treffry families were found in the UK in In there were 14 Treffry families living in Michigan.
This was about 50% of all the recorded Treffry's in the USA. Michigan had the highest population of Treffry families in Origins. Born abouthe was the first son of Thomas Treffrey (died before ), of Place, and his wife Janet, daughter and heiress of William Dawe, who lived at Treffry family had landholdings but their predominant interest was in businesses centred on the port of Fowey, of which they were the leading citizens.
The Treffry family › Customer reviews In my genealogy research, I can directly link my husband's great-great grandmother to this family. For me, this book is fabulous resource and confirms most of the research I have already done.
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Mary Ann Treffry 06 Jul Lyncombe and Widcombe, Somerset, England - 31 Jul managed by Fiona Leishman last edited 5 Jan Elsie Margaret (Treffry) Smith 20 Apr Watonwan, Minnesota, USA - 23 Jan managed by April Rarick last edited 20 Dec The company of Captain Henry Treffry in the regiment of General Sir Horace Vere.
Henry Treffry was born on 30/06/ at Place House in Fowey, Cornwall, as a son of Sir John Treffry ( - ) On 22 July the regiment, 2, strong, set sail from Gravesend to the Netherlands, to be escorted south into Palatinate by a body of Dutch s: Emlyn Trefrie, Esq John Treffrey.
Treffry. Paperback $ Ship This Item — Qualifies for Free Shipping Buy Online, Pick up in Store is currently unavailable, but this item may be available for in-store purchase. This book is a heartwarming story of one family's sojourn over eight generations. Its stories. Pre booked table for breakfast at am for family of 4 Arrived at Treffry Tavern at in readiness for breakfast at There was a queue, we have accepted in these strange times there are more queues than ever before.4/ TripAdvisor reviews.Thomas Treffry, who was descended from a family of Fowey merchants which had grown rich in the later middle ages, liked to think of himself as a man who had grown poor in the service of the crown.
As early as he informed Cromwell that for 26 years he had maintained the defence of Fowey largely at his own expense. In he complained that.Westlake family history: Westlakes of Lostwithiel and Crediton, Isaac of Polslo, Palmer, Treffry of Rooke, Dyer of Trowbridge and other connected families.