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The chapel, Golden Manor Farm, Probus, Cornwall. 10th September 1935

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The ancient chapel at Golden Manor Farm, seen from the lawn and partly hidden by a large tree. The Grade II listed Golden Manor Farm, also known as Golden Manor House, was built for John Tregian around 1520, with later additions. The manor house is also known as Wolveden. Cuthbert Mayne, a Roman Catholic priest in the reign of Elizabeth I, was captured here and executed in 1577. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

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Media ID 15192390

Date: 10th July 2018

County: Cornwall

Location Name: 50.292587, -4.952258

: TRURI : PROgd.6

Image Size: 5634 x 8931 Pixels

Filesize is 10.27MB

Associated Categories: Probus

Keywords: cornish, village