writes: . . . " It would, no doubt, surprise the uninformed playgoer to be told that a Catholic Admiral defeated the Armada." In my youthful days this is just what we were told. But some years ago I understood that it had been generally agreed that it was at least unlikely that Lord Howard of Effingham could have been a Catholic. Has opinion changed again more recently ? — JOHN H. HEYWOOD, Bracton, Tregonwell Road, Minehead.
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Keywords: Earl Of Effingham, House Of Howard, Effingham, Henry De Bracton, Spanish Armada, Religion / Belief, Entertainment / Culture
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