John de Enys
The son of Robert de Enys, John granted a messuage [dwelling] in Penryn to his daughter, Joan, by an indenture dated 1336. His sister, Joan (who had married John Gwynor) released her rights to the Enys estate to John in 1363.
“By indenture dated at Penrynburgh on Monday next before the Feast of the Purification AD 10 Edw III reciting a former Deed granting a Messuage &c in the Will of Penrynburgh and the Moiety of a Close in the Vill of Pencoys to Joan his elder daughter he assigns the reversion in the Premisses unto John Gwynor… by Deed dated at Penryn on Monday next before the Feast of St Andrew the apostle 1Ric2AD:1377 settled the Premises on the said John de Enys his heirs and Assigns where upon the said John by deed dated at Penryn on Sunday next after the Feast of the Apostles Philip and James 3Ric2AD 1379 granted the Premises to Joan his elder daughter for life. By Deed of the above Walter Myn dated at Penryn on Sunday next after the Feast of the Purification AD13Ric2 1390 he settled the Moiety enfeoffed by Adam Sampson upon Constance daughter of Ralph Sampson of Penryn and the heirs of her Body remainder to Julian Sister of the said Constance and the heirs of her Body Remainder to Alice Vran of Penryn for life Remainder to John Enys and the heirs of his Body remainder to Joan and Isabel daughter of Joan Enys Sister of the said John and the Heirs of their Bodies…” (Extract from EN/1891)