Sir Walter Carminowe Knight
- Born: Abt 1320, Trenowyth, Cornwall, England
- Marriage: Alice de Tynten 1171,1353
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1353
The Boconnoc branch of the Carminow family, descended from Sir John, a younger brother of Sir Oliver Carminow, by the former's marriage with the heiress of Glyn. This Sir John died in 1331, and left a son named Walter, afterwards knighted, who was a minor when his father died, and became the ward of John Plantagenet, Earl of Cornwall. Sir Walter married Alice, daughter of Sir Stephen Tynten. He left two sons, viz., Sir Ralph, who was married, first to Katherine, daughter of Sir William Champernoun, and secondly to a lady named Alice, but died without issue, having been dragged over a cliff while coursing with a brace of greyhounds; [footnote: His will, in Latin, is given in Dunkin's Brasses.] and William, who married Margaret Kelly, daughter of Nicholas Kelly of Ladock, and who was an M.P. for Cornwall in 1407. Inq. p.m. 8 Hen IV, No. 16.
Extinct Cornish Families, Part II
• Background Information. 1171
Sir Walter Carmynow, Knight, son and heir, minor when his father died, and became the ward of John Plantagenet, Earl of Cornwall. [Pipe Office Enroll. Escheat. Ace., No.8.] Sir Walter Carminowe married Alice, daughter of Sir Stephen Tynton (Ped. fin. 14 Edw. II, No.3) and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Alan Bloyou.
~The Visitations of Cornwall: Comprising the Heralds' Visitations of 1530, 1573 & 1620, p. 74
Walter married Alice de Tynten, daughter of Sir Stephen Tynten Knight and Elizabeth Bloyou 1171.,1353