Signatures and marks of Brushford parishioners agreeing to stand surety for the father of an illegitimate child 1649 [1648 old style].
Courtenay Monument in Molland church
Molland church (St. Mary) is of outstanding interest.
Madron well chapel named after the saint of the nearby parish church, it was visited in the 16th and 17th centuries by people in search of healing.
The Bosons were one of Newlyn's leading gentry families.
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The coal trade was at the centre of Sunderland's 17th-c. prosperity, and continued to thrive through the 18th century.
River fisheries formed part of the bishop’s rights, or were attached to the former monastic lands, and, as with other properties of the bishop, wer
Few local court records survive for Sunderland in the medieval and early modern periods.
Following its dissolution in 1536 the buildings and land of the monastic cell of Monkwearmouth cell.