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From Gladys Morris at `Tolgarne', 63 Bacton Road, North Walsham, Nofolk, to Lewis Court. Enclosed is a copy of the early history of Tretoil chapel [near Lostwithiel, Cornwall].

Alas, only yesterday they received a letter warning of a lack of workers needed to keep the chapel going. This makes it more important to record the history of the chapel while there is still time.

She expects that since the circuits were combined, any documentation would have gone into the charge of the ex-Wesleyan Superintendent. The minister who is responsible for Tretoil now lives in Lostwithiel and his name she thinks is Garth Minnear. She doubts if he is old enough to remember the old Bible Christian chapel.

Has Court tried to get anything from the extreme west? There is a young minister called Sydney Quick who is stationed in the Penzance area. The last time that she saw him he was standing outside the Lanivet Chapel, rejoicing to see the words "Bible Christian" still carved above the door.

If Court sees Mr Yates he should tell him that Morris's mother sends her best wishes. She staying with Morris after spending some time with her brother.