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Trelawney or Trelawny is a surname originating in Cornwall. It may refer to:
- Sir Jonathan Trelawny, 3rd Baronet, a Cornish bishop who was tried for his refusal to obey James II of England
- The Song of the Western Men, commonly considered to be the unofficial Cornish national anthem and popularly called Trelawny. It refers to a mooted attempt to rescue the aforesaid Jonathan Trelawny.
- Edward John Trelawny, biographer and novelist
- Petroc Trelawny, radio presenter
- Sir William Trelawny, 18th century Governor of Jamaica (see Trelawny Parish, Jamaica)
- Trelawney, Zimbabwe, a village in the province of Mashonaland West
- Trelawny Parish, a parish of Cornwall County, Jamaica
- Professor Sybill Trelawney, a character in the Harry Potter series
- Squire Trelawney, a character in Treasure Island
- Jill Trelawney, an ambiguous villain in She Was a Lady, part of the Simon Templar series by Leslie Charteris
- Professor Trelawney, the Palmerian Professor in the His Dark Materials series by Philip Pullman
- Doctor Trelawney, the eccentric English naturalist and sometime surgeon in Il Visconte Dimezzato by Italo Calvino
- "Trelawney", a can-toi security guard at Devar-Toi ("Algul Siento"), a character in The Dark Tower VII written by Stephen King.
- Petroc Trelawney, one of the main characters' pet rock in Septimus Heap
- Sean Trelawney, head of the security of the Praetorians, an evil secret society from the 1998 TV show The Net.
- Trelawny of the 'Wells', an 1898 play by Arthur Wing Pinero
- Trelawny, a Julian Slade musical of 1972 based on the Pinero play
- Trelawny Tigers, a Motorcycle Speedway Team
- Trelawny League, a football league based in Cornwall and at the 13th tier of the English league system
- SS Trelawny, collided with the SS Gaelic Prince and sank in the English Channel in 1926
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