ca. 1693 Urith Pole, Lady Trevelyan, attributed to John van der Vaart (Antony House - Torpoint, Cornwall, UK)

This is her article in theperage, "Urith Pole F, #550919, d. 1697

Urith Pole was the daughter of Sir John Pole, 3rd Bt. and Anne Morice. She married Sir John Trevelyan, 2nd Bt., son of Sir George Trevelyan, 1st Bt. and Mary (?), in 1693. She died in 1697.

Her married name became Trevelyan."

At this point in history, the most developed societies were agricultural "third world" so the celebration of animal husbandry is not out of place.

From bbc.co.

ca. 1693 Urith Pole, Lady Trevelyan, attributed to John van der Vaart (Antony House - Torpoint, Cornwall, UK) bbc.co

A very young Lady Urith wears an almost déshabillé dress in this Lely-esque portrait. There are small fripon curls above her eyes.

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