History of Cornwall

825 Battle of Ellendun

838 Battle of Hingston Down

1497 Battle of Blackheath aka Deptford Bridge

1643 Battle of Stratton

1666 Battle of Rullion Green

Cornwall is in Wessex.

Antony, Cornwall

Around Sep 1460 John Carew 1460-1520 was born to Alexander Carew 1439-1492 (21) in Antony.

On 20 Sep 1492 Alexander Carew 1439-1492 (53) died at Antony.

Before 1493 Wymond Carew 1492-1549 was born to John Carew 1460-1520 in Antony.

In 1520 John Carew 1460-1520 (59) died at Antony.

On 22 Aug 1549 Wymond Carew 1492-1549 (56) died in Antony.

On 30 Aug 1609 Alexander Carew 2nd Baronet Carew 1609-1644 was born to Richard Carew 1st Baronet Carew 1580-1643 (29) and Bridget Chudleigh Lady Carew 1584-1612 (25) at Antony.

After 1648. Unknown Painter. Portrait of Alexander Carew 2nd Baronet Carew 1609-1644.

In 1622 John Carew Regicide 1622-1660 was born to Richard Carew 1st Baronet Carew 1580-1643 (42) and Grace Rolle 1593-1658 (29) at Antony.

On 24 Mar 1748 Coventry Carew 6th Baronet 1717-1748 (31) died without issue. Not clear whether Baronet Carew of Antony in Cornwall continued. Reginald Pole aka Pole-Carew 1753-1835 inherited the manor of Antony and changed his surname from Pole to Pole-Carew.

East Antony Antony, Cornwall

On 17 Jul 1555 Richard Carew 1555-1620 was born to Thomas Carew 1527-1565 (28) and Elizabeth Edgecombe 1532-1620 (23) at East Antony Antony.

Boconnoc, Cornwall

Around 1427 Hugh Courtenay 1427-1471 was born to Hugh Courtenay 1359-1425 (68) at Boconnoc. He a great x 3 grandson of Edward "Longshanks" I King England 1239-1307.

In 1439 William Mohun 1439- was born to William Mohun 1420- (19) at Boconnoc.

Around 1443 Isabell Courtenay 1443- was born to Hugh Courtenay 1427-1471 (16) and Margaret Carminow 1422-1512 (21) at Boconnoc.

Boscastle, Cornwall

Around 1316 William Botreaux 1316-1349 was born to Reginald Botreaux -1346 at Boscastle.

Botreaux Castle Boscastle, Cornwall

Around 1190 John Botreaux 1190-1215 was born at Botreaux Castle Boscastle.

In 1242 William Botreaux 1242-1296 was born to Reginald Botreaux 1217-1274 (25) at Botreaux Castle Boscastle.

Breage, Cornwall

St Breage's Church Breage, Cornwall

On 09 Sep 1678 Margaret Blagge Maid of Honour 1652-1678 (26) died in childbirth at Whitehall Palace. She was buried at St Breage's Church Breage.

In 1673. Unknown Painter, possibly Matthew Dixon. Portrait of Margaret Blagge Maid of Honour 1652-1678.

Camelford, Cornwall

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 800-849. 823. This year a battle was fought between the Welsh in Cornwall and the people of Devonshire, at Camelford; and in the course of the same year Egbert, king of the West-Saxons (50), and Bernwulf, King of Mercia, fought a battle at Wilton, in which Egbert (50) gained the victory, but there was great slaughter on both sides. Then sent he his son Ethelwulf into Kent, with a large detachment from the main body of the army, accompanied by his bishop, Elstan, and his alderman, Wulfherd; who drove Baldred, the king, northward over the Thames. Whereupon the men of Kent immediately submitted to him; as did also the inhabitants of Surrey, and Sussex, and Essex; who had been unlawfully kept from their allegiance by his relatives. The same year also, the king of the East-Angles, and his subjects besought King Egbert (50) to give them peace and protection against the terror of the Mercians; whose king, Bernwulf, they slew in the course of the same year.

Carbis Bay, Cornwall

In 1944 Marie Louise de Pfeffel 1882-1944 (62) died at Carbis Bay.

Falmouth, Cornwall

On 13 Jan 1403 Joanna of Navarre Queen Consort England 1370-1437 (33) with her two daughters Marguerite Montfort Viscountess Rohan 1392-1428 (11) and Blanche Montfort Countess Armagnac 1397-1418 (6) departed from Camaret to travel to England intending to land at Southampton. A storm caused them to land at Falmouth from where they travelled to Winchester.

Diary of Samuel Pepys 03 December 1666. 03 Dec 1666. Up, and, among a great many people that come to speak with me, one was my Lord Peterborough's (45) gentleman, who comes to me to dun me to get some money advanced for my Lord; and I demanding what newes, he tells me that at Court they begin to fear the business of Scotland more and more; and that the Duke of York (33) intends to go to the North to raise an army, and that the King (36) would have some of the Nobility and others to go and assist; but they were so served the last year, among others his Lord, in raising forces at their own charge, for fear of the French invading us, that they will not be got out now, without money advanced to them by the King (36), and this is like to be the King's case for certain, if ever he comes to have need of any army. He and others gone, I by water to Westminster, and there to the Exchequer, and put my tallys in a way of doing for the last quarter. But my not following it the last week has occasioned the clerks some trouble, which I am sorry for, and they are mad at.

Thence at noon home, and there find Kate Joyce, who dined with me: Her husband and she are weary of their new life of being an Innkeeper, and will leave it, and would fain get some office; but I know none the foole is fit for, but would be glad to help them, if I could, though they have enough to live on, God be thanked! though their loss hath been to the value of £3000 W. Joyce now has all the trade, she says, the trade being come to that end of the towne. She dined with me, my wife being ill of her months in bed. I left her with my wife, and away myself to Westminster Hall by appointment and there found out Burroughs, and I took her by coach as far as the Lord Treasurer's (59) and called at the cake house by Hales's (66), and there in the coach eat and drank and then carried her home.... So having set her down in the palace I to the Swan, and there did the first time 'baiser' the little sister of Sarah that is come into her place, and so away by coach home, where to my vyall and supper and then to bed, being weary of the following of my pleasure and sorry for my omitting (though with a true salvo to my vowes) the stating my last month's accounts in time, as I should, but resolve to settle, and clear all my business before me this month, that I may begin afresh the next yeare, and enjoy some little pleasure freely at Christmasse.

So to bed, and with more cheerfulness than I have done a good while, to hear that for certain the Scott rebells are all routed; they having been so bold as to come within three miles of Edinburgh, and there given two or three repulses to the King's forces, but at last were mastered. Three or four hundred killed or taken, among which their leader, one Wallis, and seven ministers, they having all taken the Covenant a few days before, and sworn to live and die in it, as they did; and so all is likely to be there quiet again. There is also the very good newes come of four New-England ships come home safe to Falmouth with masts for the King (36); which is a blessing mighty unexpected, and without which, if for nothing else, we must have failed the next year. But God be praised for thus much good fortune, and send us the continuance of his favour in other things! So to bed.

Before 1694 John Michael Wright 1617-1694. Portrait of King James II when Duke of York. Around 1666 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of King James II and Anne Hyde Queen Consort England 1637-1671. See Diary of Samuel Pepys 24 March 1666. Before 04 Jan 1674 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of King James II wearing his Garter Robes. Around 1672 Henri Gascar Painter 1635-1701. Portrait of King James II. Around 1642. William Dobson Painter 1611-1646. Portrait of the future Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685. Before 1691. John Riley Painter 1646-1691. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685. Around 1665 John Greenhill Painter 1644-1676. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 in his Garter Robes. Around 1661 John Michael Wright 1617-1694. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 in his coronation robes. Before 11 Jul 1671 Adriaen Hanneman Painter 1603-1671. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685. 1675. Hendrick Danckerts Painter 1625-1680. Portrait of Royal Gardener John Rose presenting a pineappel to King Charles II Around 1660 Peter Lely Painter 1618-1680. Portrait of Thomas Wriothesley 4th Earl of Southampton 1607-1667 holding his Lord Treasurer Staff of Office.

In May 1694 Bourchier Wrey 4th Baronet Wrey 1653-1696 (41) duelled with James Praed 1655-1706 (39). He was run through the body, Praed being only hurt slightly in the face at Falmouth.

On 28 May 1747 Elizabeth Boscawen Duchess Beaufort 1747-1828 was born to Edward Boscawen 1711-1761 (35) and Frances Evelyn Evelyn 1719-1805 (27) in Falmouth.

On 20 Mar 1913 William Ayerst Ingram Painter 1855-1913 (57) died at Falmouth.

Pendennis Castle, Falmouth, Cornwall

In 1629 William Killigrew 1606-1695 (23) was appointed Governor of Pendennis Castle.

Around 1638 Anthony Van Dyck Painter 1599-1641. Portrait of William Killigrew 1606-1695.

Around Apr 1646 Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 (15) stayed at Pendennis Castle.

Around 1642. William Dobson Painter 1611-1646. Portrait of the future Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685. Before 1691. John Riley Painter 1646-1691. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685. Around 1665 John Greenhill Painter 1644-1676. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 in his Garter Robes. Around 1661 John Michael Wright 1617-1694. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685 in his coronation robes. Before 11 Jul 1671 Adriaen Hanneman Painter 1603-1671. Portrait of Charles II King England Scotland and Ireland 1630-1685. 1675. Hendrick Danckerts Painter 1625-1680. Portrait of Royal Gardener John Rose presenting a pineappel to King Charles II

John Killigrew 1502-1567 was appointed Governor of Pendennis Castle.

Flushing, Cornwall

On 05 Jun 1807 Charles Gough Calthorpe 2nd Baron Calthorpe 1786-1807 (21)died of consumption unmarried at Flushing. On 05 Jun 1807 George Gough Calthorpe 3rd Baron Calthorpe 1787-1851 (19) succeeded 3rd Baron Calthorpe.

Fowey, Cornwall

Around 1502 John Killigrew 1502-1567 was born at Fowey.

Gwithean, Cornwall

In 1591 Richard Cheney 1524-1591 (67) died at Gwithean.

Helston, Cornwall

Godolphin House Helston, Cornwall

On 15 Aug 1648 Henry Godolphin 1648-1733 was born to Francis Godolphin 1605-1667 (42) and Dorothy Berkeley 1602-1668 (46) at Godolphin House Helston.

In 1633 Cornelius Johnson Painter 1593-1661. Portrait of Francis Godolphin 1605-1667.

John Evelyn's Diary 17 September 1678. 17 Sep 1678. She was, accordingly, carried to Godolphin, in Cornwall, in a hearse with six horses, attended by two coaches of as many, with about thirty of her relations and servants. There accompanied the hearse her husband's brother, Sir William (38), two more of his brothers, and three sisters; her husband (33) was so overcome with grief, that he was wholly unfit to travel so long a journey, till he was more composed. I went as far as Hounslow with a sad heart; but was obliged to return upon some indispensable affairs. The corpse was ordered to be taken out of the hearse every night, and decently placed in the house, with tapers about it, and her servants attending, to Cornwall; and then was honorably interred in the parish church of Godolphin. This funeral cost not much less than £1,000.

With Mr. Godolphin (33), I looked over and sorted his lady's papers, most of which consisted of Prayers, Meditations, Sermon-notes, Discourses, and Collections on several religious subjects, and many of her own happy composing, and so pertinently digested, as if she had been all her life a student in divinity. We found a diary of her solemn resolutions, tending to practical virtue, with letters from select friends, all put into exact method. It astonished us to see what she had read and written, her youth considered.

In 1673. Unknown Painter, possibly Matthew Dixon. Portrait of Margaret Blagge Maid of Honour 1652-1678.

Hingston Down, Cornwall

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 800-849. 838. Text 835AD. This year came a great naval armament into West-Wales, where they were joined by the people, who commenced war against Egbert (65), the West-Saxon king. When he heard this, he proceeded with his army against them and fought with them at Hengeston, where he put to flight both the Welsh and the Danes.

Kilkhampton, Cornwall

St James the Great Church Kilkhampton, Cornwall

St James the Great Church Kilkhampton. Sir Bevil Grenville 1595-1643, lord of the manors of Bideford in Devon and of Stowe in the parish of Kilkhampton, Cornwall, was a Royalist commander in the Civil War. He was killed in action in heroic circumstances at the Battle of Lansdowne in 1643.

Lambourne, Cornwall

Around 1345 William Lambourne 1345- was born at Lambourne.

Around 1374 Eleanor aka Annorah Lambourne 1374-1404 was born to William Lambourne 1345- (29) at Lambourne.

Around 1411 William Lambourne 1345- (66) and Joan Lustock 1344-1396 (67) were married at Lambourne.

Land's End, Cornwall

Travels through the middle settlements in North America Chapter 1. 02 May 1759. May 2. Fair, pleasant weather. The next day we found by our reckoning that we had made a hundred leagues from the Land's End.

Lanreath, Cornwall

Herodsfoot Lanreath, Cornwall

Botelet Herodsfoot Lanreath, Cornwall

On 01 Sep 1337 William Botreaux 1st Baron Botreaux 1337-1391 was born to William Botreaux 1316-1349 (21) and Isabel Moels at Botelet Herodsfoot Lanreath.

Lanteglos, Cornwall

Around 1420 William Mohun 1420- was born to Thomas Mohun 1352-1440 (68) at Lanteglos.

Church of St Willow Lanteglos, Cornwall

On 15 Sep 1375 John Mohun 1325-1375 (50) died at Ottery St Mary. He was buried at Church of St Willow Lanteglos.

In Sep 1508 John Mohun -1508 died. He was buried at Church of St Willow Lanteglos.

Laroch, Cornwall

After 26 Nov 1567 John Killigrew 1502-1567 died at Laroch.

Launcells, Cornwall

St Swithin's Church Launcells, Cornwall

St Swithin's Church Launcells. The tomb of Sir John Chamond (1624). The parish church is dedicated to St Swithin: nearby, in the wooded valley is the holy well of St Swithin. There are two aisles but the arcades differ: while the north one is of granite the south is of Polyphant stone. The fine series of over 60 bench-ends is from the same workshop as those of Kilkhampton and Poughill. The Ringers of Launcells Tower; painting by Frederick Smallfield.

Launceston, Cornwall

Around 1296 William Botreaux 1242-1296 (54) died at Launceston.

Launceston Castle Launceston, Cornwall

In 1576 William Killigrew 1555-1622 (21) was appointed Constable Launceston Castle.

Priory Church Launceston, Cornwall

In 1274 Reginald Botreaux 1217-1274 (57) died at Priory Church Launceston.

Lizard Point, Cornwall

Travels through the middle settlements in North America Chapter 1. 30 Apr 1759. April 30. We passed by the Lizard, and in the evening discovered a sail, which proved to be an English Hoop laden with corn. She had been taken by a French privateer, and was steering for France : there were three Frenchmen and one Englishman on board. The commodore sent some hands to her, with orders to carry her to Penzance.

Madron, Cornwall

St Maddern's Church Madron, Cornwall

St Maddern's Church Madron. The church was in early times the mother church of Morvah and Penzance. This monument commemorates the Rev. Duke Pearse and the Rev. Thomas Rowe, the latter having been nearly 16 years Vicar of Madron. Two effigies are depicted, kneeling face to face, with a draped reading desk, on which are two open books between them. The first, facing eastward, is probably the representation of the Rev. Thomas Rowe; his hair is long, and lank when compared with the flowing wig of the opposite figure, which judging from a portrait of him now in the possession of a member of his family, it may be presumed represents the Rev. Duke Pearse, who died at the early age of 27 years. Both these reverend gentlemen wear bands and surplicos and with uplifted faces raise their hands in an attitude of prayer.

Marazion, Cornwall

Around 1364 John Cornwall 1st Baron Fanhope 1st Baron Milbroke 1364-1443 was baptised at Marazion.

On 03 Sep 1761 Pascoe Grenfell 1761-1838 was born at Marazion.

Mount Edgcumbe, Cornwall

Around 1562 Catherine Edgecombe 1562-1605 was born to Piers Edgecombe 1536-1608 (26) at Mount Edgcumbe.

In 1637 Winifred Edgecumbe 1637-1694 was born to Colonel Piers Edgecumbe 1609-1667 (28) and Mary Glanville at Mount Edgcumbe.

Mount's Bay, Cornwall

Around 1364 John Cornwall 1st Baron Fanhope 1st Baron Milbroke 1364-1443 was born to John Cornwall 1315- (49) at Mount's Bay. He a great x 3 grandson of John "Lackland" King England 1166-1216.

Padstow, Cornwall

Padstow Abbey, Cornwall

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 950-999. 981. In this year was St. Petroc's-stow plundered; and in the same year was much harm done everywhere by the sea-coast, both upon Devonshire and Wales. And in the same year died Elfstan, Bishop of Wiltshire; and his body lieth in the minster at Abingdon; and Wulfgar then succeeded to the bishopric. The same year died Womare, Abbot of Ghent.

Penzance, Cornwall

Travels through the middle settlements in North America Chapter 1. 30 Apr 1759. April 30. We passed by the Lizard, and in the evening discovered a sail, which proved to be an English Hoop laden with corn. She had been taken by a French privateer, and was steering for France : there were three Frenchmen and one Englishman on board. The commodore sent some hands to her, with orders to carry her to Penzance.

On 18 Aug 1940 Stanley Johnson 1940- was born to Osman Kemal aka Wilfred Johnson and Irene Williams 1907-1987 (33) at Penzance.

Rosorrow, Cornwall

Penkevile Rosorrow, Cornwall

Before 1324 Ada Tiptoft 1275-1323 died at Penkevile Rosorrow.

St Michael Pentivel Penkevile Rosorrow, Cornwall

On 25 Oct 1734 Hugh Boscawen 1st Viscount Falmouth 1680-1734 (54) died suddenly in Trefusis. He was buried in St Michael Pentivel Penkevile Rosorrow. Hugh Boscawen 2nd Viscount Falmouth 1704-1782 (30) succeeded 2nd Viscount Falmouth.

On 22 Mar 1754 Charlotte Godfrey Viscountess Falmouth -1754 died. She was buried in St Michael Pentivel Penkevile Rosorrow.

Scilly Isles

St Austell, Cornwall

In 1310 Ralph Arundell 1310-1369 was born to Oliver Arundell 1278-1370 (32) at St Austell.

Menagwin, St Austell, Cornwall

In 1610 Henry Scobell Parliamentary Clerk 1610-1660 was born at Menagwin.

St Columb Major, Cornwall

On 11 Jan 1435 John Arundell 1366-1435 (69) died at St Columb Major. He was buried at St Columb Major.

St Ervan, Cornwall

Treleigh St Ervan, Cornwall

Around 1336 John Arundell 1336-1376 was born to John III Arundell 1310-1376 (26) at Treleigh St Ervan.

St Germans Church Port Eliot, Cornwall

On 17 Nov 1823 John Eliot 1st Earl St Germans 1761-1823 (62) died without issue. He was buried at St Germans Church Port Eliot. William Eliot 2nd Earl St Germans 1767-1845 (56) succeeded 2nd Earl St Germans, 3rd Baron Eliot of St Germans in Cornwall. Susan Mordaunt Countess St Germans 1779-1830 (43) by marriage Countess St Germans.

Before 23 Jan 1810 John Hoppner Painter 1758-1810. Portrait of John Eliot 1st Earl St Germans 1761-1823.

On 24 Sep 1911 Henry Cornwallis Eliot 5th Earl St Germans 1835-1911 (76) died at Port Eliot. He was buried at St Germans Church Port Eliot. John Granville Cornwallis Eliot 6th Earl St Germans 1890- (21) succeeded 6th Earl St Germans, 7th Baron Eliot of St Germans in Cornwall.

Port Eliot, St Germans Church Port Eliot, Cornwall

On 30 Sep 1761 John Eliot 1st Earl St Germans 1761-1823 was born to Edward Craggs Eliot 1st Baron Eliot 1727-1804 (34) at Port Eliot.

Before 23 Jan 1810 John Hoppner Painter 1758-1810. Portrait of John Eliot 1st Earl St Germans 1761-1823.

On 01 Apr 1767 William Eliot 2nd Earl St Germans 1767-1845 was born to Edward Craggs Eliot 1st Baron Eliot 1727-1804 (39) at Port Eliot.

On 20 Sep 1797 Edward James Eliot 1758-1797 (39) died at Port Eliot.

On 14 Dec 1829 William Gordon Cornwallis Eliot 4th Earl St Germans 1829-1881 was born to Edward Granville Eliot 3rd Earl St Germans 1798-1877 (31) and Jemima Cornwallis Countess St Germans 1803-1856 (25) at Port Eliot.

On 26 Nov 1864 Edward John Cornwallis Eliot 1827-1864 (37) died at Port Eliot.

On 24 Sep 1911 Henry Cornwallis Eliot 5th Earl St Germans 1835-1911 (76) died at Port Eliot. He was buried at St Germans Church Port Eliot. John Granville Cornwallis Eliot 6th Earl St Germans 1890- (21) succeeded 6th Earl St Germans, 7th Baron Eliot of St Germans in Cornwall.

St Germans Priory, St Germans Church Port Eliot, Cornwall

St Germans Priory. Tomb of Edward Eliot, St. Germans, Cornwall. A very fine Rysbrack tomb located in the church of St. Germanus, Cornwall (18th cent.) Supposed to be the finest monument/tomb in Cornwall.

St Ive, Cornwall

Poundstock St Ive, Cornwall

St Mawgan in Pyder, Cornwall

In 1578 Cecily Arundell 1526-1578 (52) was buried at St Mawgan in Pyder.

Stowe, Cornwall

In 1421 Elizabeth Gorges 1421-1470 was born to Theobald Gorges 1401-1470 (19) in Stowe.

Around 1480 Katherine Granville 1480-1546 was born to Thomas Grenville 1449-1513 (31) in Stowe.

On 03 Feb 1480 Katherine Granville 1480-1546 died in Stowe.

Stratton, Cornwall

On 16 May 1643 Henry Grey 1st Earl Stamford 1599-1673 (44) fought for the Parliamentary army at Stratton.

In 1638 Cornelius Johnson Painter 1593-1661. Portrait of Henry Grey 1st Earl Stamford 1599-1673. Dunham Massey.

Tolverne, Cornwall

St Michael's Church Tolverne, Cornwall

In 1481 John Arundell 1428-1481 (53) was killed in action defending St Michael's Church Tolverne. It isn't clear who was attacking it.

Trefusis, Cornwall

On 25 Oct 1734 Hugh Boscawen 1st Viscount Falmouth 1680-1734 (54) died suddenly in Trefusis. He was buried in St Michael Pentivel Penkevile Rosorrow. Hugh Boscawen 2nd Viscount Falmouth 1704-1782 (30) succeeded 2nd Viscount Falmouth.

Trerice, Cornwall

In 1340 Nicholas Arundell 1340-1369 was born to Ralph Arundell 1310-1369 (30) at Trerice.

Around 1370 John Arundell of Trerice 1370-1433 was born to Nicholas Arundell 1340-1369 (30) at Trerice.

In 1428 John Arundell 1428-1481 was born to Nicholas Arundell 1400-1463 (28) at Trerice.

In 1470 John Arundell 1470-1512 was born to John Arundell 1428-1481 (42) and Anne Moyle 1440-1541 (30) at Trerice.

In 1495 John "Tilbury Jack" Arundell 1495-1561 was born to John Arundell 1470-1512 (25) and Jane Grenville at Trerice.

On 12 Jul 1512 John Arundell 1470-1512 (42) died at Trerice.

On 26 Nov 1561 John "Tilbury Jack" Arundell 1495-1561 (66) died at Trerice.

Truro, Cornwall

In 1606 John Robartes 1st Earl Radnor 1606-1685 was born to John Robartes 1st Baron Robartes 1580-1634 (26) at Truro.

Wakes Colne, Cornwall

On 28 Oct 1865 Francis Sylvester Grimston 1822-1865 (42) died at Wakes Colne.

Whitesand Bay, Cornwall

On 07 Sep 1497 Perkin Warbreck 1474-1499 (23) landed at Whitesand Bay.

Wriothesley's Chronicle Henry VII. 1498. This yeare was Blackheath feild in June. The Lord Awdley (35) chiefe capteyn with 30,000 Cornishe men. The capteynes put to death, and in August Perkin Warbeck (24) landed in Cornwale, and by pursuit fledd to Bowdley St. Marie, but by appoyntment he came to the Kinge (40), followinge the Courte.

Around 1510 Meynnart Wewyck Painter 1460-1525 is believed to have painted the portrait of Henry VII King England and Ireland 1457-1509. Around 1520 Unknown Painter. Netherlands. Portrait of Henry VII King England and Ireland 1457-1509.