St Ive

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St Ive (Sen Iv) is a village and civil parish in eastern Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.wikipedia
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Emily Hobhouse

His daughter Emily
Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse, politician and sociologist, and his sister Emily Hobhouse, the social activist, were both born in St Ive. * Emily Hobhouse, (9 April 1860 – 8 June 1926), welfare campaigner, who is primarily remembered for bringing to the attention of the British public, and working to change, the appalling conditions inside the British concentration camps in South Africa built for Boer women and children during the Second Boer War.
Born in St Ive, near Liskeard in Cornwall, she was the daughter of Caroline (née Trelawny) and Reginald Hobhouse, an Anglican rector and the first Archdeacon of Bodmin.

Leonard Hobhouse

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Leonard Trelawny Hobhouse, politician and sociologist, and his sister Emily Hobhouse, the social activist, were both born in St Ive.
Hobhouse was born in St Ive, near Liskeard in Cornwall, the son of Reginald Hobhouse, an Anglican clergyman, and Caroline Trelawny.

Wrey baronets

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A monument to J. Lyne, d. 1791, is by Robert Isbell; another monument to a member of the Wrey family, formerly of Trebeigh Manor within the parish, was moved to their principal seat of Tawstock, Devon, in 1924. and George Blyke, from whom it was acquired by John Wrey, who made it his family's chief seat until his descendants inherited Tawstock in Devon from the Bourchiers in 1654.
The Wrey Baronetcy, of Trebitch (modern: Trebeigh Manor, St Ive, 4 miles NE of Liskeard ) in the County of Cornwall, is a title in the Baronetage of England.

Civil parish

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St Ive (Sen Iv) is a village and civil parish in eastern Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.

Cornwall

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St Ive (Sen Iv) is a village and civil parish in eastern Cornwall, England, United Kingdom.

A390 road

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The parish used to be a large rural area of rolling landscape with wooded valleys and the population was sparse with the largest village being St Ive itself, sited on the A390.

Caradon Hill

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The demography of the parish was radically altered with the mid-Victorian mining boom centred on Caradon Hill.

Ivo of Ramsey

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The parish church is probably dedicated to Saint Ive.

St Ives, Cambridgeshire

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However it is not certain whether he was a supposedly Persian bishop whose body was found in 1001 at St Ives in Cambridgeshire.

Tawstock

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A monument to J. Lyne, d. 1791, is by Robert Isbell; another monument to a member of the Wrey family, formerly of Trebeigh Manor within the parish, was moved to their principal seat of Tawstock, Devon, in 1924. and George Blyke, from whom it was acquired by John Wrey, who made it his family's chief seat until his descendants inherited Tawstock in Devon from the Bourchiers in 1654.

Domesday Book

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Trebeigh, St Ive, in Cornwall was a manor listed in Domesday Book as held by the Earl of Mortain, the largest landholder in that county.

Knights Templar

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Contrary to popular belief, it was never owned by the Knights Templar.

Sovereign Military Order of Malta

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In 1338 Trebeigh belonged to the Hospital of St John or Knights Hospitaller, later the Knights of Malta, and formed the Preceptory of Trebeigh.

Dissolution of the Monasteries

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Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries the manor of Trebeigh was granted by Queen Elizabeth I in 1573 to Henry Wilbye

Earl of Bath

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and George Blyke, from whom it was acquired by John Wrey, who made it his family's chief seat until his descendants inherited Tawstock in Devon from the Bourchiers in 1654.

British concentration camps

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* Emily Hobhouse, (9 April 1860 – 8 June 1926), welfare campaigner, who is primarily remembered for bringing to the attention of the British public, and working to change, the appalling conditions inside the British concentration camps in South Africa built for Boer women and children during the Second Boer War.

Second Boer War

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* Emily Hobhouse, (9 April 1860 – 8 June 1926), welfare campaigner, who is primarily remembered for bringing to the attention of the British public, and working to change, the appalling conditions inside the British concentration camps in South Africa built for Boer women and children during the Second Boer War.

Open Christmas Letter

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She was also the author of the Open Christmas Letter during the First World War.

World War I

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She was also the author of the Open Christmas Letter during the First World War.

National Women's Monument

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Hobhouse's ashes were ensconced at the foot of the National Women's Monument.

Sir William Wrey, 1st Baronet

Sir William Wrey, 1st Baronet (died 1636) of Trebeigh, St Ive, Cornwall and North Russell, Sourton, Devon, was High Sheriff of Cornwall in 1598 and was created a baronet by King Charles I in 1628.

Chichester Wrey

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Sir Chichester Wrey, 3rd Baronet (1628–1668) of Trebeigh in the parish of St Ive, Cornwall and of North Russell in the parish of Sourton, Devon, was an active Royalist during the Civil War and was Colonel of the Duke of York's Regiment and served as Governor of Sheerness.

Sir William Wrey, 2nd Baronet

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Sir William Wrey, 2nd Baronet (1600 – August, 1645) of Trebeigh, St Ive, Cornwall and North Russell, Sourton, Devon, was MP for Liskeard, Cornwall in 1624.