Page 2, 2nd November 1951

2nd November 1951
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Page 2, 2nd November 1951 — FRANCIS TREGIAN'S WIFE

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Ste. In your correspondent's interesting little article on Francis Tregian. the musical recusant, no mention is made of his devoted wife, who shared her husband's imprisonment in the Fleet, a privilege granted to her after she had failed to obtain his release. Some years ago I spent a short holiday at the Manor of "Golden " in Cornwall (it being a guest house), which was the home of Francis Tregian. and a record of him and his wife was kept there and shown to visitors.

In the garden there is still the priests' hiding hole where it is believed Bd. Cuthbert Mayne may have taken refuge, and many others: " Golden " was also a Mass house, it being then and still was before the war of '39-45. remote. ae beelg several miles from Truro. and there was then no Mass centre nearer than that town.

Francesca Graham. 52 Lower Sloane Street, S.W.1.

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