The most honourable pedigree of Richard Robartes, knight, baronet, Baron Robartes of Truro, armiger: The ancient genealogy of the Gaverigans of Gaverigan in the County of Cornwall.
manner of Sir William Segar (c.1564-1633)
Large illustrated genealogical table/family tree of Sir Richard Robartes, Baron Robartes of Truro, with heraldic decoration. There are 193 painted shields on six separate sheets of vellum with four royal portraits at the top and three large family achievements at the base of the roll, from left to right, the marital arms of John Robartes (1606-85), the son of Sir Richard Robartes and his wife Lucy Rich (1615-48), daughter of the 2nd Earl of Warwick; in the centre are the arms of Sir Richard Robartes, Baron Robartes of Truro; and on the left, the arms of Phillipa Gaverigan, mother of Sir Richard Robartes. 17th Cent. Purpose built case made February 2012.
Acquired during transfer of the house to the National Trust. In 1953 Lanhydrock was given to the National Trust by the Hon. Gerald Agar-Robartes, 7th Viscount Clifden, who continued to live there with his two sisters, Everilda and Violet, until his death in 1966. The Hon. Everilda's died in 1969.
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manner of Sir William Segar (c.1564-1633), artist