• Philip Rashleigh (1729–1811) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Rashleigh_(1729%E2%80%931811) Philip Rashleigh III FRS FSA (28 December 1729 – 26 June 1811) of Menabilly, Cornwall, was an antiquary and Fellow of the Royal Society and a Cornish squire. He collected and published the Trewhiddle Hoard of Anglo-Saxon treasure, which still gives its name to the "Trewhiddle style" of 9th century decoration.
  • RASHLEIGH, Philip (1729-1811), of Menabilly, nr. Fowey ...

    www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/.../rashleigh-philip-1729-1811 Family and Education. b. 28 Dec. 1729, 1st s. of Jonathan Rashleigh † of Menabilly by Mary, da. of Sir William Clayton, 1st Bt. †, of Marden, Surr. educ. New Coll ...
  • Rashleigh family - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rashleigh_family Philip Rashleigh (1729–1811) was a Cornish mineral expert and Member of Parliament for Fowey. Nicholas Rashleigh Mundy was a famous Rashleigh who grew up in Surrey and took on the families name. Menabilly Estate. Rashleigh of Menabilly vault, Kensal Green Cemetery, London.
  • RASHLEIGH, Philip (1729-1811), of Menabilly, Cornw ...

    www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/.../rashleigh-philip-1729-1811 Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1754-1790, ed. L. Namier, J. Brooke., 1964 Available from Boydell and Brewer
  • Rashleigh, Philip (DNB00) - Wikisource, the free online ...

    en.wikisource.org/wiki/Rashleigh,_Philip_(DNB00) RASHLEIGH, PHILIP (1729–1811), antiquary, eldest son of Jonathan Rashleigh, M.P. for Fowey in Cornwall (d. 24 Nov. 1764), who married, on 11 June 1728, Mary, daughter of Sir William Clayton of Marden in Surrey, was born at Aldermanbury, London, 28 Dec. 1729.
  • The Sir Russell collection of Cornwall mineral collections

    medium.com/.../the-sir-russell-collection-of-cornwall-mineral-collections-439... Philip Rashleigh (1729–1811) of Menabilly was a Member of Parliament and distinguished Cornish landowner. Between 1765 and 1811, he built one of the finest collections of Cornish specimens ever ...
  • Philip Rashleigh - Wikisource, the free online library

    en.wikisource.org/wiki/Author:Philip_Rashleigh Philip Rashleigh (1729–1811) sister projects: Wikipedia article, Wikidata item. English antiquary Works "An account of the Alluvial Depositions at Sandrycock" in Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall, volume 2, pages 281–284 (1822) Works about Rashleigh "Rashleigh, Philip," in Dictionary of National Biography ...
  • The Mineralogical Record

    mineralogicalrecord.com/artwork.asp Philip Rashleigh (1729-1811) Philip Rashleigh was born in Aldermanbury, London, in 1729, the son of a Member of Parliament and Cornish landowner. He attended Oxford but left without attaining a degree. He was elected a Member of Parliament himself in 1764, and continued to serve until the dissolution of the body in 1802; he was well respected ...
  • Cornwall's greatest mineral collector– Philip Rashleigh ...

    sbpr-ltd.com/2018/05/.../cornwalls-greatest-mineral-collector-philip-rashleigh Cornwall is famous for its minerals and the mining industry that developed around the treasure under our feet. Great wealth could be accrued by those who owned the land and the Rashleighs, who moved to Cornwall from Devon in the sixteenth century to buy and build the Menabilly estate near Fowey, were among the richest and best connected.
  • Rashleigh family of Menabilly | The National Archives

    discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/c/F17621 18th cent-early 19th cent: Rashleigh family papers, mainly of Philip Rashleigh (1729-1811) Royal Institution of Cornwall. See Bridson, Natural history MS resources 1980 p368 8: 18th cent-early 19th cent: papers of Philip Rashleigh (1729-1811) ...