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Cromwell and St Tudde

Oliver Cromwell and his army camped in St Tudy in 1645, or S. Tudde as written here

Humphrey Nicoll of Penvose and his son Anthony were heavily involved in negotiations between the two sides in Cornwall - being supporters of Cromwell. It's highly likely, therefore, that Cromwell stayed at Penvose when in St Tudy. See here

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