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Tolverne

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of the family with Church affairs in the parish is shown by the fact that, in that year, Ralph Soor, or Le Sore, obtained a license from the Bishop of Exeter for saying mass in his chapel in his manorhouse of Tolferne ; and that a Sir John Arundell of Trembleth* married Joane le Soore of Tolverne, in the reign of Edward I., two or three generations before this.t The Arundells do not, however, seem to have regularly established themselves at Tolverne until a son of Sir John of Lanherne and The manor of Tolverne in this parish was possessed by the family of Soor, or Le Sore, so early as the year 1383; for in that year Ralph Soor obtained licence from the bishop, for celebrating divine service in his chapels of the Virgin Mary and St.

George,.in his manor house at Tolverne, in the parish of St. Filii de Eglos Ros. By an heiress of Ralph Soor, this manor was carried to Sir John Arundell. This being given by Sir John to his youngest son, it became the seat of him and his posterity of the family with Church affairs in the parish is shown by the fact that, in that year, Ralph Soor, or Le Sore, obtained a license from the Bishop of Exeter for saying mass in his chapel in his manorhouse of Tolferne ; and that a Sir John Arundell of Trembleth* married Joane le Soore of Tolverne, in the reign of Edward I., two or three generations before this.t The Arundells do not, however, seem to have regularly established themselves at Tolverne until a son of Sir John of Lanherne

and But.before the Newman's moved into the cottage, it was home to the Tolverne Ferryman for six hundred years or so! As well as linking the many villages on either side of the river, the ferry that operated here was important because of its proximity to the London to Penzance Road that ran via Tregony to the King Harry Ferry and beyond. Unfortunately though, in 1933 the last ferryman met an unfortunate and premature end when he drowned after returning from the cinema in Truro.Sir John Ajtmdell gave Tolverne to his younger son Thomas, whose posterity were settled there from the reign of Richard II. to that of Charles I. King Henry VIII. when he went into Cornwall for the purpose of fortifying St. Mawes and Pen dennis Castle, is

said.to have been entertained by his kinsman Sir John Arundell, at Tolverne. Sir Thomas Arundell having injured his fortune, as it is said, by an attempt to discover an imaginary island in America, called old Brazil, sold this manor and Si a Thomas Arundell, knighted by King James I., sold Tolveme; he was son of Sir John Arundell, of Tolverne, by Ann his wife, dau. of Thomas Oodulphin. He d. in 1630, leaving, by Bridget his wife, dau. and coheir of Sir William M'>hun, of Hall, parish of LanteglosJuxtaFowey, a son and heir, Col. John Arundell, of Treethall, parish of Tythney, Cornwall, deputygovernrr of Pendennis castle, and colonel in the royal army. He st. Mary, dau. of John Coke, o( Tnwaaaow, and d. in 1671, The manor of

Tolverne.came into the family of Arundell by the marriage of Sir John Arundell with the heiress of Ralph Soor or Le Sore." Sir John Arundell gave Tolverne to his younger son Thomas, whose posterity were settled there from the reign of Richard II. to that of Charles I. King Henry VIII., when he went into Cornwall for the purpose of fortifying St. Mawes and Pendenhis castle, is said to have been entertained by his kinsman Sir John Arundell, at Tolverne. Sir Thomas Arundell The manor of Tolverne came into the family of Arundell by the marriage of Sir John Arundell with the heiress of Ralph Soor or Le Sore." Sir John Arundell gave Tolverne to his younger son Thomas, whose posterity were settled there from the reign of Richard

II..to that of Charles I. King Henry VIII., when he went into Cornwall for the purpose of fortifying St.Mawes and Pendennis castle, is said to have been entertained by his kinsman Sir John Arundell, at Tolverne. Sir Thomas Arundell The manor of Tolverne came into the family of Arundell by the marriage of Sir John Arundell with the heiress of Ralph Soor or Le Sore. * Sir John Arundell gave Tolverne to his younger son Thomas, whose posterity were settled there from the reign of Richard II. to that of Charles I. King Henry VIII., when he went into Cornwall for the purpose of fortifying St. Mawes and Pendennis castle, is said to have been entertained by his kinsman Sir John Arundell, at Tolverne. Sir Thomas Arundell At the northern

extremity.of this reach, a creek branches off to the northwest, which has a smaller creek branching southwestward from it near its entrance. At the point of the forking of these two little creeks, is Round Wood Quay, where for some time, was carried on a considerable trade, but the place proved to be at too great distance from the mines, to compete with other establishments of the same description. From the upper part of King Harry Reach we turn into Tolverne Reach, 

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