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The Woman in White - The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Walter Hartright, Part VII Summary & Analysis

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The Third Epoch: The Story continued by Walter Hartright, Part VII Summary

Mrs. Clements then tells Marian and Walter about Anne's early life and about Anne's mother. Anne's mother and father had once been neighbors of Mrs. Clements in Welmingham, where Mr. Catherick clerked at Welmingham church. Anne's mother had been a maid at Varneck Hall near Southampton. There was a scandal between Anne's mother and Sir Percival Glyde, who met secretly at the vestry of the church that broke up Anne's mother's marriage. Sir Percival and Mrs. Catherick had known each other before Mrs. Catherick's marriage. Mr. Catherick left for America and sent back money to London for Mrs. Catherick to live on, but she refused it, living instead on money from Sir Percival Glyde. If Anne was Sir Percival's child and the whole...

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