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    The Domesday Book, 1086

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    Tehidy
    Tedintone / a: Count of Mortain.
    Now Tehidy Barton; 18th century stable block; near Tehidy Park estate.

    Thorne
    Torne / a: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.

    Thurlibeer
    Tirlebere / a: Alfred from Count of Mortain.

    Tinten
    T(h)inten: Richard from Bishop of Exeter.
    Typical Cornish squire's manor, built of slate and granite.

    Tolcarne (in Newquay)
    Talcarn / Talcharn: Count of Mortain.
    Now Higher Tolcarne.

    Tolcarne (North Hill)
    Talgar: Ermenhald from Tavistock Church.
    Tolcarne Tor on Bodmin Moor.

    Tulgullow
    Talgolle / o: Alnoth, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.
    Part of the built up area near Redruth.

    Towan
    Bewintone / Dewintona: King's land, formerly Earl Harold. 200 sheep, 17 cattle.

    Treal
    Tragol: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    In Poltesco Valley.

    Trebarfoot
    Treuerbet: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    On Millbrook Common.

    Trebartha
    Tribertha / bertan: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    Trebartha Barton, a farm.

    Trebeigh
    Trebichen / Tre- Tribicen / Trebihan / au: Count of Mortain.
    Trebeigh Wood.

    Trecan
    Richan / Ricann:
    Lost.

    Tredaul / e
    Tredaual: Nigel from Count of Mortain.
    On Bodmin Moor; hotel; camping sites.

    Tredinnick
    Trehinoch / hynoc: Reginald from Count of Mortain. 2 cows.

    Tredower
    Tretdeword / t / ch:
    Lost.

    Tredwen
    Riguen: Heldric from Count of Mortain.
    On Bodmin Moor.

    Trefreock (in St. Endellion)
    Trefrioc: Blohin from Count of Mortain.
    The village of St. Endellion has 15th century church with a shrine said to be that of St. Endelienta, a Celtic virgin saint.

    Trefrize
    Treverim: Reginald from Count of Mortain.

    Tregaire
    Tregel:
    Lost.

    Tregamellyn
    Tregemelin: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.

    Tregantle
    Argentel: Reginald from Count of Mortain.
    Farm. Tregantle Fort, built in the late 1800s as one of Palmerston's Follies, a ring of fortifications surrounding Plymouth Sound to guard against attack from the English Channel. Still in use as a Royal Marine training site.

    Tregardock
    Tragaraduc: Alfward, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.
    Tregardock Beach, on a bleak coast, is accessible only by foot.

    Tregarland
    Gargalle / a: Reginald from Count of Mortain, formerly Brictric.

    Tregavethan
    Treganmedan: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.
    Manor house.

    Tregeagle
    Tregingale / a: Brictric, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.

    Treglasta
    Teglaston / Treglastan: Count of Mortain, formerly Earl Harold.
    Farm.

    Tregole
    Tregal: Richard from St. Petroc's Church.

    Tregona
    Tregon / a: Count of Mortain from St. Petroc's Church.
    On cliffs near Bedruthan Steps, named after a giant.

    Tregony
    Trelingan: Farwin from Count of Mortain.

    Tregoose
    Tricoi / Trecut: Wihomarch from Count of Mortain.

    Tregrill
    Tregril: Osferth from Count of Mortain.
    Near Menheniot, famous in the 15th century for its stone quarries.

    Tregrenna
    Trengrunon / nou: Tavistock Church.
    Near Tregune hut circles.

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    Tregunnick
    Trevocarwinoc:
    Lost.

    Trehaverne
    Tregauran:
    Lost.

    Trehawke
    Trehauoc: Reginald from Count of Mortain.

    Trehundredth
    Trewderet: Alnoth from Count of Mortain.
    Trehundredth Downs.

    Treknow
    Tretdeno: St. Petroc's Church.
    In a valley, once centre of the slate trade; Treknow was the chief port.

    Trelan
    Treland / t: Thurstan and Doda from Count of Mortain.
    Near Goonhilly Downs, an area of wild flowers, prehistoric remains and, now, a satellite-tracking station.

    Trelaske
    Trelosch / sca: Osferth, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.
    Trelaske House, a large manor with park.

    Trelawne
    Trewellogan / Trevelloien: Reginald from Count of Mortain.
    Manor house, home of the Trelawney family, who settled here before the Conquest.

    Treliever
    Trewel / Trelivel: Bishop of Exeter.
    Adjoins Penryn.

    Treligga
    Treluge: Odo from Count of Mortain.

    Trelowarren
    Trellewaret / Trelweren: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    16th-17th century Trelowarren House.

    Trelowia
    Treoloen: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.

    Trelowth
    Trel(u)wi: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    In mining country.

    Treloy
    Trelloi: Count of Mortain from St. Petroc's Church. 20 goats.

    Tremadart
    Tremeteret / Tremethereht: Osferth from Count of Mortain. 15 goats.
    Tremadart Wood, near the West Looe River.

    Tremail
    Tremail: Count of Mortain from St. Petroc's Church. 15 cattle.
    Farm.

    Trematon
    Tremetone / a: Reginald from Count of Mortain.
    Site of the count's castle and market; Norman keep and medieval gatehouse of Trematon Castle; Regency house inside the bailey walls.

    Tremblary
    Trebleri: Iovin from Count of Mortain.

    Trembraze
    Trenbras: Brictsi from Count of Mortain.
    Prehistoric standing stones at nearby St. Keverne.

    Tremoan
    Tremor: Reginald from Count of Mortain.
    Possibly Tremear, lost in St. Ive Parish, or Tremoan, a hamlet near St. Mellion.

    Tremoddrett
    Tremodret:
    Lost.

    Tremore
    Tremhor / mor: Count of Mortain.
    Also Tremorebridge on a tributary of the River Camel.

    Trenance (in Mullion)
    Trenant: King's land, part of Winnianton manor; Blectu.
    Farm near Mullion Cove, once a smuggler's haunt.

    Trenance (in St. Austell)
    Tremarustel / Tremar / wstel: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.
    Trenance Downs in the china clay pit area.

    Trenance
    Trenant: Algar from Count of Mortain.
    Near Pencra Head.

    Trenant
    Trenand: Osferth, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.
    Now Trenant Cross; Trenant Park, a large house with a landscaped park on East Looe River.

    Trenant in Fowey
    Trenant:
    Lost.

    Trenderway
    Trewinedoi / Treuiunadoi:
    Lost.

    Trenewean
    Chenowen: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.

    Trenhale
    Trenhal:
    Lost.

    Treninnick
    Trinnonec / Trincnonet / Trinnonech: Count of Mortain (taken from St. Petroc's Church).
    Absorbed in Newquay, a holiday resort.

    Trenowth
    Trenwit / Trenuwit: Count of Mortain. 21 unbroken mares, 200 sheep.
    Trenowth House with a ruined chapel.

    Trenuth
    Trevoet: Nigel from Count of Mortain.
    Farm.

    Trerice
    Treuret: Iovin, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.
    Elizabethan manor house with magnificent plaster ceilings and a hall window composed of 576 glass panes.

    Treroosel
    Tremarustel / Tremarwestel: Wihomarch from Count of Mortain.
    On the outskirts of St. Teath, whose church is dedicated to one of St. Brychan's 24 saintly children.

    Trescowe
    Trescau: Alnoth, the pre-Conquest holder, from Count of Mortain.
    In tin-mining country.

    Treslay
    Roslech / let: Berner from Count of Mortain.

    Tresparrett
    Rosperuet / paruet: Iovin from Count of Mortain.
    Also Tresparrett Down.

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    Trethake
    Tredhac / Trethac: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.
    Farm near Pont Pill, an attractive inlet of the River Fowey.

    Tretheake
    Trethac: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    Manor house.

    Trevethy
    Tewardevi: Richard from Count of Mortain.

    Trevague
    Trevagau / gan: Nigel from Count of Mortain.
    On the edge of East Bodmin Moor.

    Trevalga
    Melledham: King's land.
    Slate-built; church with a 13th century tower.

    Treval
    Trewale: Oswulf from Count of Mortain.
    Lost.

    Trevedor
    Travider:
    Lost.

    Trevell
    Trewille / villa: Count of Mortain.
    On Penpont Water.

    Trevelyan
    Trewillan / Trevillein: Reginald from Count of Mortain.
    Near wooded Penpoll Creek.

    Treveniel
    Treviniel:
    Lost.

    Treverbyn
    Treverbin: Richard from Count of Mortain.

    Treverres
    Tretweret: Brictric from Count of Mortain.
    On the east side of the River Fal.

    Trevesson
    Trefitent:
    Lost.

    Trevigue
    Trerihoc: Berner from Count of Mortain.

    Trevillis
    Trefilies: Humphrey from Count of Mortain.
    Trevillis Wood.

    Trevillyn
    Trevelien: Count of Mortain.
    Trevillin Farm.

    Trevisquite
    Trawiscoit / Trauiscoit: Richard from Count of Mortain. Mill.
    Manor house on the River Alten.

    Trevornick
    Trefornoc / Trefoznoc: Count of Mortain (taken from St. Petroc's Church).
    Tiny. Nearby are the Nine Maidens and the Fiddler, Iron Age standing stones.

    Trewanta
    Treiswantel / Trewant: Count of Mortain.
    Farm.

    Trewarnevas
    Treurnivet / Trewrnivet: King's land, part of Winnianton manor; Alwin from Count of Mortain.
    Near Nare Head.

    Trewen
    Trewin / Treguin: Berner from Count of Mortain.
    Farm.

    Trewethart
    Treveheret / Trewehret: Blohin from Count of Mortain.
    Lost; a hamlet called Trewetha remains.

    Trewidland
    Treviliad: Reginald from Count of Mortain.
    On the East Looe River.

    Trewince
    Trewent: Algar from Count of Mortain.
    Near the Satellite Earth Station on Goonhilly Downs.

    Trewint
    Trawint: Roger from Count of Mortain.
    John Wesley's Cottage.

    Trewirgie
    Trewitghi: Count of Mortain. 180 sheep.

    Trewolland
    Trewallen:
    Lost.

    Trewoon
    Tregoin: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.
    On the outskirts of St. Austell.

    Treworder
    Trewode / wda:
    Lost.

    Treworrick
    Treworoc: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.

    Treworyan
    Treurgen: Iovin from Count of Mortain.
    Treworyan farms.

    Trezance
    Thersent: Richard from Count of Mortain.
    Near Cardinham with its fine Celtic cross and the remains of a castle belonging to the Earls of Cornwall.

    Truthall
    Trouthel / Treuithal: King's land, part of Winnianton Manor; Thurstan.

    Truthwall
    Treiwal / Treuthal: St. Michael's Church; Blohin from Count of Mortain.

    Tucoyse (St. Ewe)
    Ticoit(h): Richard from Count of Mortain.
    Near St. Ewe.

    Tucoyse (in Constantine)
    Tucowit: Wihomarch from Count of Mortain.
    Lost in Constantine Village.

    Tybesta
    Tibesteu:
    Lost.

    Tywardreath
    Tywardrai: Richard from Count of Mortain. 200 sheep.
    Large. Nearby is the Du Maurier home, Menabilly.

    Tywarnehayle
    Tiwarthal: Count of Mortain from St. Petroc's Church. 250 sheep.
    Lost; on the site of Perranporth, a village with a famous surfing beach.

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    Veryan
    Elerchi: Leofnoth from Count of Mortain.
    Some circular Regency cottages with Gothic windows.

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    Wadfast
    Wadefeste: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.

    Week Orchard
    Orcert: Hamelin from Count of Mortain.

    Week St. Mary
    Wich / Wihc: Richard from Count of Mortain.
    Market square.

    Westcott
    Wescote / a: Berner from Count of Mortain. 10 cattle.

    Whalesborough
    Walesbrau: Brian from Count of Mortain.
    Overlooks Bude Bay.

    Whitstone
    Witestan: Ralph from Count of Mortain. 40 goats.

    Widemouth
    Witestan: Ralph from Count of Mortain.
    In a built-up area on Widemouth Bay.

    Wilsworthy
    Wilewrde / eurda: Thurstan from Count of Mortain.
    Farm; Wilsworthy Cross, a T-junction.

    Winnianton
    Winetone / Uingetona / Uinnetona / Winnetona: King's land, formerly Earl Harold; Count of Mortain.
    Farm overlooking Church Cove.

    Withiel
    Widie: St. Petroc's Church.
    Attractive; Georgian rectory; granite cottages.

    Woolston
    Ullavestone: Alnoth from Count of Mortain.

    Woolstone
    Ulnodestone / Ulnotetestona: Nigel from Count of Mortain.

    Worthyvale
    Gu(e)rdevalan: Nigel from Count of Mortain. 180 sheep.
    Manor house.

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