1519 – 8/9/1563
77059. Phillippa Carminow
b. 1519 Boconnoc, Cornwall, England
d. 9 Aug. 1563 i. St. Michael, Penkivel, Cornwall, England
Family: (77058) Hugh Boscawen
i. Joan Boscawen
ii. Elizabeth Boscawen
iv. William Boscawen
v. Alice Boscawen
vi. John Boscawen b. 1544 d. 1544
viii. Petronell Boscawen
ix. George Boscawen
x. Edward Boscawen
xiii. Catherine Boscawen
xiv. Margaret Boscawen
“(77059) Phillippa [Carminow was] married to Hugh Boscawen, from whom the present Lord Falmouth is descended. She was a co-heiress with her sisters to her father’s estates. Her husband was fined four marks in 1553 for not attending the coronation of Queen Mary.
The Carminowe Line
The Carminowe Line joins the Coffin Line in the mid-1500s, when Philippa Carminowe married Hugh Boscawen in Cornwall and gave birth to Marie Boscawen, Tristram Coffin’s great-grandmother.
Roger Carminowe (b. 1129) married __
Roger Carminowe (b. abt. 1155 in Trenwyth, Cornwall, Devonshire; died after 1222) married __
Robert Carminowe (b. abt. 1185 in Trenwyth, Cornwall; died after 1256) married __
Roger Carminowe (b. abt. 1210 in Trenwyth, Cornwall) married Sarah Hornicote (b. abt. 1214) in Tintagel, Cornwall. Children: Roger…
Sir Roger Carminowe (b. abt. 1240, Trenwyth, Cornwall; d. 1308) married Joanna Dinham (b. abt. 1244). They were married in Hertland, Cornwall. Children: John…
Sir John Carminowe (b. abt. 1290 in Treowyth, Cornwall, d. 1332) married Joanna Glyn (1290-1349). Children: William…
Sir William Carminowe (b. abt. 1320) married Alice Tinten (b. abt. 1325) Children: William…
Sir William Carminowe (1356-1406/7) married Margaret Kelly (b. abt. 1360; d. 1420). Children: Walter…
Walter Carminowe married Jane Resprin (b. 1455). Children: John…
John Carminowe (b. before 1480; d. ?) married Philippa Trenwith. Children: Nicholas…
Nicholas Carminowe (b. before 1500; d. 1537) married Catherine Wolvedon. Children: Philippa (b. 1519 or 1515, Boconnoc, Cornwall, England)…
Philippa Carminowe married Hugh Boscawen (b. 1479, Tregothnan, Cornwall, England). Chidren: Marie (or Mary) Boscawen (b.1545, St. Michael, Penkivel, Cornwall; died September 4, 1622, Pinkerville, Devon)
Information adapted from mariah.stonemarche.org/famfiles/fam03340.htm.
From : http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~rlylebrown/biocofin.html#carmin
Roger Carminowe held a Knight’s fee A.D. 1173 and was a witness 1220
Robert Carminowe was a witness 1235, 1256 and 1263
Roger Carminowe married Sara Hornicote, daughter and co-heir of Gervas de Tintagel or de Hornicote. Henry II granted the whole County of Cornwall to Henry Fitzcount who granted Tintagel (the traditional birthplace of King Arthur) and Hornicote to Gervas, who left them in 1208 to Robert Tintagel. King John, who had confirmed all the Fitzcount grants in fee in 1215-16, in 1220 ordered their resumption into the King’s hands, except the lands of Robert de Tintagel. According to tradition Tristram and Isolde were buried at Tintagel.
Sir Roger Carminowe married Joanna –. He was a Crusader.
Sir John Carminowe married Joanna Glyn daughter of Sir John Glyn. When Sir John married the daughter ahd heir of Sir John Glyn, her family estates were added to the already great possessions of the Carminowes, who at one time or another seem to have held more manors in Cornwall than any other three Cornish families.
Sir Walter Carminowe married Alice Tinten, daughter of Stephen Tinten.
Sir William Carminowe married Margaret Kelley. He was Sheriff of Devon 1391 and M.P. for Cornwall 1407.
At the famous suit in which Scrope, Grosvenor and Carminowe all claimed the same shield, the Court of six Knights found Carminowe to descend from this lineage since King Arthur, and could bear the Shield Entire. The suit was brought in 1389, lasted four years and the verdict was confirmed on appeal to the King.
Walter Carminowe married Jane Resprin.
John Carminowe married Philippa Trenwith. By this marriage became the most famous resident of Cornwall, for his wealth.
Nicholas Carminowe married Catherine Wolvedon.
Philippa Carminowe married Hugh Boscawen. She owned the village of Plympton, Devon, a few hundred yards from Tristram Coffin’s farm at Butlers in Plympton Erle which her daughter carried to Peter Coffin.
Mary Boscawen married Peter Coffin, Gent. She was baptized at Penkivel near Falmouth Jan. 20, 1552. She had a brother Nicholas. A 17th century brass plate is in the floor at the center of St. Michael Church in the rural village of Penkivel between Falmouth and Truro in Cornwall forty miles from Plymouth. The chuch is small and usually open and unattended. It is operated by the Minister from Truro. Lying a few miles from Falmouth and Truro it can easily be visited from either.
The plate shows a figure of what is assumed to be a facimillie of Mary. Under the figure is found:
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF MARIE THE
WIDDOW OF PETER COFFIN GENT & 4th
DAUGHTER OF HUGH BOSCAWEN OF
TREGOTHNAN ESQ WHO DYED Ye 4th DAY OF
SEPTEMBER 1622 AGED 71 YEARES