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1608

Sir Francis Tregian, a Cornish recusant, was banished from England by James I for his Catholic beliefs and ended up in Lisbon. He was buried in the Jesuit church of S. Roque in Lisbon where on the left of the chancel he is buried standing up with a long description of his sufferings. After his death a cult was established around his name and tomb.

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