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HER Number:25049
Name:CARGOLL - Early Medieval settlement, Medieval settlement, Medieval manor

Summary

The settlement of Cargoll is first recorded in the Domesday survey of 1086.

Grid Reference:SW 8196 5637
Parish:St Newlyn East, Carrick, Cornwall
Map:Show location on Streetmap

Protected Status: None recorded

Other References/Statuses

  • OS No. (OS Quarter-sheet and OS No.): SW85NW 7
  • Primary Record No. (1985-2009): 25049
  • SHINE Candidate (Yes)
  • SMR No. (OS Quarter-sheet and SMR No.): SW85NW 8

Monument Types

  • SETTLEMENT (Early Medieval - 410 AD to 1065 AD)

  • MANOR (Medieval - 1066 AD to 1539 AD)

  • SETTLEMENT (Medieval - 1066 AD to 1539 AD)

Full description

The settlement of Cargoll is first recorded in the Domesday survey of 1086, when it was a large manor held by the Count of Mortain from St Petroc (25049.1). In 1269 it was acquired by the Bishops of Exeter, who established an important residence here (25049.2). There was a market and a fair here from the C14 (25049.23, 25049.24). The principal surviving structures in the early C18 were a prison (25049.21) and a barn (25049.22), of which only the barn now survives. Cargoll is still occupied.

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Site history:
1: 1970. MJF/OS
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<1> Gover, JEB, 1948, Place-Names of Cornwall, 371 (Bibliographic reference). SCO3402.

<2> Thorn, C & F (Eds), 1979, Domesday Book 10: Cornwall, 4, 10 (Bibliographic reference). SCO4703.

<3> Padel, OJ, 1985, Cornish Place-Name Elements, 57, 138 (Bibliographic reference). SCO4064.

<4> TONKIN, T, 1700, MSS (Unedited Source). SCO5494.

<5> Gilbert, CS, 1820, An Historical and Topographical Survey of the County of Cornwall, 677 (Bibliographic reference). SCO3360.

<6> Polsue, J (Editor), 1867-72, Lake's Parochial History of Cornwall, VOL 4, 3 (Bibliographic reference). SCO4139.

<7> Ordnance Survey, 1900s, 2nd Edition 1:2500 Map (Cartographic materials). SCO4050.

<8> Henderson, C, 1955-60, Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the 109 parishes of West Cornwall & Ecclesiastical History of the 4 Western Hundreds, (NS) VOL 1, 442 (Article in serial). SCO3499.

<9> Henderson, C, 1955-60, Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the 109 parishes of West Cornwall & Ecclesiastical History of the 4 Western Hundreds, (NS) VOL 32, 366 (Article in serial). SCO3499.

<10> DOE, 19--, Listed Building Description (original DOE), OCT 1960, 15 (Bibliographic reference). SCO5173.

<11> Ordnance Survey, 1970s, 1:10,000 OS Map (Cartographic materials). SCO4045.

<12> Cresswell-Payne, HM, 19--, The Story of Newquay (Unpublished document). SCO3199.

Sources / Further Reading

[1]SCO3402 - Bibliographic reference: Gover, JEB. 1948. Place-Names of Cornwall. 371.
[2]SCO4703 - Bibliographic reference: Thorn, C & F (Eds). 1979. Domesday Book 10: Cornwall. 4, 10.
[3]SCO4064 - Bibliographic reference: Padel, OJ. 1985. Cornish Place-Name Elements. 57, 138.
[4]SCO5494 - Unedited Source: TONKIN, T. 1700. MSS. AT RIC.
[5]SCO3360 - Bibliographic reference: Gilbert, CS. 1820. An Historical and Topographical Survey of the County of Cornwall. 677.
[6]SCO4139 - Bibliographic reference: Polsue, J (Editor). 1867-72. Lake's Parochial History of Cornwall. VOL 4, 3.
[7]SCO4050 - Cartographic materials: Ordnance Survey. 1900s. 2nd Edition 1:2500 Map.
[8]SCO3499 - Article in serial: Henderson, C. 1955-60. Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the 109 parishes of West Cornwall & Ecclesiastical History of the 4 Western Hundreds. JRIC (NS) Vol 2 (part 3 & 4) Vol 3 (part2 &4). (NS) VOL 1, 442.
[9]SCO3499 - Article in serial: Henderson, C. 1955-60. Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the 109 parishes of West Cornwall & Ecclesiastical History of the 4 Western Hundreds. JRIC (NS) Vol 2 (part 3 & 4) Vol 3 (part2 &4). (NS) VOL 32, 366.
[10]SCO5173 - Bibliographic reference: DOE. 19--. Listed Building Description (original DOE). Listing "Greenbacks". OCT 1960, 15.
[11]SCO4045 - Cartographic materials: Ordnance Survey. 1970s. 1:10,000 OS Map.
[12]SCO3199 - Unpublished document: Cresswell-Payne, HM. 19--. The Story of Newquay. MS At RIC.

Associated Finds: none recorded

Associated Events: none recorded

Related records

25049.10Parent of: CARGOLL - Early Medieval settlement, Medieval manor, Medieval settlement (Monument)
25049.22Parent of: CARGOLL - Medieval barn (Building)
25049.20Parent of: CARGOLL - Medieval manor, Medieval settlement, Post Medieval settlement (Monument)
25049.21Parent of: CARGOLL - Medieval prison, Post Medieval prison (Monument)
25049.01Parent of: CARGOLL - Post Medieval findspot (Find Spot)
25049.24Parent of: CARGOLL MILL - Medieval market (Monument)