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Antony House
Antony House

Carew-Pole MSS At Antony House
(submitted by L. Roy VIGUS [CFHS Member 2134])

Antony has been the home of the Carew family for almost 600 years. Antony House was constructed, for Sir William Carew, between 1711-1721. The house stands on a peninsular formed by the confluence of two estuaries - the River Tamar to the east and the river Lynher to the north; the sea forming the southern edge.

CM/A/6: Presentments, Manor of East Antony 1714, 1716-20
CO/V/2: Christmas and Weekly Poor At Antony 1739 - 67 Lists and Correspondence
CM/A/7: Precepts and Rentals Manor of East Antony 1772-1800