near St Colomb, Cornwall - Willyams family

"Carnanton House is romantically situated among beautiful woods at the head of the far-famed valley of Lauherne, and is about two miles from the rocky and iron-bound coast of North Cornwall.

The family of Willyams, or as it was formerly spely, Wyllyams, came into the county about the year 1485, the parent stock being in Dorsetshire. Thomas Willyams was speaker of the House of Commons in 1562. In the parish church there is now standing a monument to his memory.

John Willyams, of Roseworthy, who was born in 1660, married the daughter of Colonel Humphrey Noye, of Carnanton, by whom the Carnanton estates came into the family."

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