The Battle of Trevalga

Trevalga, from Lives in a Landscape 2010
Particulars prepared for proposed sale of Trevalga in 1903
Headlines in the Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph in August 2022
Extract from The Cliftonian, marking the ceremony of Earl Haig unveiling of the First World War memorial at Clifton College in July 1922
Gerald Curgenven in the garden of “Coast View”, photographed by a former resident of Trevalga
Lords of the Manor and Mayors with their feudal dues for King George VI at the gate of Launceston Castle, 1 December 1937. Bethuel Hutchings in his goat skin mantle is on the right. Gerald Curgenven was last in the order of presentation and may not be visible in this image
Signature and attestation clause of Gerald Curgenven’s 1952 codicil, showing his signature and that of Percy Cory as attesting witness to the codicil. Cory had by then been assistant Steward of the Manor for twenty years and was to serve for another forty until 1992
Advertisement for sale of Trevalga — June 2022
Extracts from the Daily Telegraph article on Trevalga 20 August 2022
Position of the Charity Commission as reported in the Daily Telegraph 20 August 2022
Poster image for the campaign to resist the sale of Trevalga designed by Sally Mitchell — 2022

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Barbara Rich

Barbara Rich

English barrister & mediator — specialising in disputed succession & decision-making for people who lack mental capacity