The paryshe of Cornely
A Recorde and true note of the Bonds and lymitts of the said parishe viewed and taken by the curate and parishioners of the said parishe on the xxviiith day of June Anno Domini 1613. ~
The greate River wch is comonly called the ryver of Vale is the bonde of the said parishe on the east & sowthe parts, & dyvideth the said parishe of Cornely from the parishes of Cubye and James, the boroughe of Tregoney, and from the parishes of Veryan & Ruan Lanyhorne.
The hedge wch lyeth betweene Breva woode, comonly called Pomeroy woode, and the woode comonly called Groguth woode, and the hedge betweene Trevarris downe & the tenements of Groguth wartha, & Fentan wanna are the bondes of the said parishe of Cornely on the northe parte, and dyvide the same parishe from the parishe of Probus.
A lytle ryver or brooke comonly called Zevrighie Water1 is the bonde of the said parishe of Cornely on the west & northe west parts, and dyvideth the same parishe from the parishes of Probus & Lamoran.
Cornwall Record Office, ARD/TER/21, 1613
Transcribed by Chris Bond, 2006