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Ladies of the Mansion - Cotehele's forgotten history.

An insight into the wives and mothers who lived at Cotehele, and their influence on the Edgcumbe household.

Lecturer: Dr. Joanna Mattingly.

Jo was part of the team involved in the recent re-survey of Cotehele. She specialises in Cornish church history and is currently team leader for the Victoria County History of Cornwall Penwith Project.


Dr Joanna Mattingly | talks


Date and Time:

6 November 2005 at 10:30 am


1 hour



The National Trust - Cotehele House
Cotehele House
St. Dominick
PL12 6TA
01579 351346

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Available from:

'Treasures of the Tamar' Conference
Attn: Rachel Hunt
Cotehele House
St. Dominick
PL12 6TA

Tel: 01579 352723

e-mail: rachel.hunt@nationaltrust.org.uk

Additional Information:

This is one of eight lectures taking place as part of the 'Treasures of the Tamar' weekend conference. The cost is inclusive of all lectures, lunch and refreshments on both days. Cheques should be payable to 'The National Trust'

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