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1909 | George Gardner-Symons paints Angarrack

George Gardner Symons An Old Mill, Angarrack

1838 | Tin smelting house at village called Angarrack or Vellarvrane... was decorated with finest garden in West of Cornwall

Phillack, in addition to the copper works at Hoyle, pos-  sesses also a tin smelting house at a village called indifferently Angarrack or Vellarvrane said to be first smelting house established by Becher and other Germans for smeltin

"Phillack, in addition to the copper works at Hoyle, pos-
sesses also a tin smelting house at a village called indiffer-
ently Angarrack or Vellarvrane. It is said to be the first
smelting house established by Becher and the other Ger-
mans for smelting tin ores in reverberatory furnaces by
means of coal. During the life of Mr. William Tremaine
the late managing partner, this place was decorated with the
finest garden in the West of Cornwall. "  read more »

1839 | Mrs Mary Courts crossing rail road line near Angarrack incline knocked down by descending train and fatally injured

16th May 1839, an elderly person, Mrs Mary Courts, nee Tremayne, when crossing the rail road line near the Angarrack incline, was knocked down by a descending train and fatally injured

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A booklet entitled, "Angarrack, The Singular History of a Cornish Village", by John Higgans, dated 1986 at Newton Abbot

 

 

1850 | TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the L A M B I N N | Angarrack Inn

Via The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, June 21, 1850; pg. [1]; Issue 2452. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

PUBLIC HOUSE
In Angarrack, in Phillack, to be Let.
TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable
Inn or Public-house, called the

L A M B           I N N

And Gardens thereto annexed with the appurtenances,
situate in Angarrack, in the parish of Phillack, in the
county of Cornwall, and now in the occupation of Mr.
James Polkinghorne as tenant thereof.

For viewing the premises apply to the said Mr.
POLKINGHORNE, and for further particulars to
Mr. ARUNDEL ROGERS,
Solicitor, Helston.  read more »

1783 | Mellenoweth estate sold by Arundell family to William Tremayne for £315

Plan of Angarrack Estates  John Higgans

"Mellenoweth was an estate of about fifty nine acres and forms the South-east corner of Angarrack Village. It remained within the manor of Connerton and ownership of the Arundell family for centuries until it was sold to William Tremayne in 1783 for 315 Pounds Sterling. His father first leased Mellenoweth as a sub-tenant of Thomas Glynn of Gwinear in 1737.

In 1800 William mortgaged Mellenoweth to a Mary Strickland who, in the same year sold the property with the exception of the Angarrack Inn.  read more »

1855 | Assignment of lease. £700. (i) George Bazeley, Copperhouse, Phillack merchant. (ii) William Hosken, Phillack, miller

Assignment of lease. £700.   (i) George Bazeley, Copperhouse, Phillack merchant.

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1808 | Sale of Mellenoweth Mine Share on 20.12.1808 at the house of John Stephens (Innkeeper) at Angarrack

John Stevens (Innkeeper) An advert in the Royal Cornwall Gazette of 17.12.1808 reads 'Sale of Mellenoweth Mine Share on 20.12.1808 at the house of John Stephens at Angarrack in the parish of Phillack Innkeeper.

1342 | Mellanvrane Mill at Angarrack is first recorded as "Melyn Bran"

Mellanvrane Mill at Angarrack is first recorded as "Melyn Bran" in 1342

 

Reference : MCO27820
Name : MELLANVRANE MILL - Medieval corn mill, Post Medieval corn mill
Monument type : CORN MILL; CORN MILL
Period : Medieval
Form : DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE; DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
Summary : Mellanvrane Mill at Angarrack is first recorded as "Melyn Bran" in 1342.
Link to further information : http://www.heritageg...
PrefRef : 31789
PeriodFrom : Medieval to 19th Century  read more »

1722 | William Tremayne, manager of tin smelting house at Angarrack married Elizabeth Michell

1722 William Tremayne, the manager of the tin smelting house at Angarrack married Elizabeth Michell,  daughter of The Revd Wil liam Michell Vicar of Kenwyn.

 

via http://www.constantinecornwall.com/wp-content/uploads/tremayne/23generat...

1335 | The settlement of Angarrack is first recorded as "Garrek"

The settlement of Angarrack is first recorded as "Garrek" in 1335

Reference : MCO13276
Name : ANGARRACK - Medieval settlement
Monument type : SETTLEMENT
Period : Medieval
Form : DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
Summary : The settlement of Angarrack is first recorded as "Garrek" in 1335.
Link to further information : http://www.heritageg...
PrefRef : 31782
PeriodFrom : Medieval

Summary

The settlement of Angarrack is first recorded as "Garrek" in 1335.  read more »

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