Lanhydrock

near Bodmin, Cornwall - Lord Robartes


"The manor in the olden time belonged to the Glynns, and after remaining which them for some descents, devolved by marriage to the Lyttletons. In like manner it next went to the house of Trenance. The next change of hands was in 1620, when the estate was bought by Sir Richard Robartes, who became a Baronet in 1621, and was advanced to the Peerage as Baron Robartes of Truro in 1624.

Charles Bagenal Agar married, in 1804, Anne Maria Hunt, sole heiress of her great uncle, Henry Robartes, third Earl of Radnor. Their son, Thomas James Agar-Robartes, MP for East Cornwall, assumed the additional surname of Robartes and was created a Peer of the United Kingdom in 1869."

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