950648. Thomas Tregarthen & 950649. Joan ?
3/12/1444, Thomas Tregarthyn and John Trevelyn witnesses to a gift of John Brentyngham. (S) Cornwall Council Record Office. [John Trevelyn would be given wardship and marriage of Thomas' future daughter-in-law.]
5/26/1449, Thomas made the loan referenced in 1454.
11/1449, two Fowey ships owned by John Trevelyan, Thomas Tregarthen, Nicholas Carminow and Sir Hugh Courtenay seized a big Spanish vessel. All were influential merchants and land-owners.
1450, Thomas, M.P. for Liskeard.
4/8/1454, “Debtor: Richard Wellington of Totnes …, and John Glyn of Morval [West Hundred, Cornwall], gentleman. Creditor: Thomas Tregarthen [of Cornwall]. Amount: 200m.” (S) UKNA.
10/20/1458, “Thomas Gidelegh' and Margaret have granted to John Glyn' and Thomas Tregarthen' the rent together with the homages and all services.” (S) Feet of Fines, Cornwall.
1461, Thomas held land at Gorran.
11/3/1462, Thomas Tregarthen “mainpernor” to Nicholas Carmynow. (S) Prejudice and Promise in Fifteenth Century England, Kingsford, 1962, P183.
1460-65, “Thomas Tregarthen, gent. v. Harry Bodrugan, esq., …: Cornwall.” (S) UKNA.
3/20/1465, “Letter of attorney 1 Henry Bodrugan, esq. … 2 John Trenowyth … 2 to deliver seisin to Thos. Tregarthen sen. and Joan his wife of manor of Trethek with … Witnesses: Nicholas Aysshetone, Walter Moyle, judge of Kings Bench; Hugh Courtenay, kt., …”. (S) UKNA.
1474, “Gift in fee tail Thomas Tregarthen senior, …”. (S) UKNA.
1480-81, Thomas Mayor of Plymouth.
5/16/1489, “Acquittance by Thomas Tregarthen the elder, steward and general receiver of the rents, &c. of Humphrey abbot of Beaulieu and the convent of the same, in the county of Cornwall.” (S) A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds: V5, 1906.
Child of Thomas and Joan:
i. Thomas Tregarthen (475324), born ~1440 in England.