| N.N. Raven |
- Carson: "Poor Lady Raven. When you think of her life ten years ago, and now. I'm told she has some dingy little house north of the park. It's a wonder they still ask her to stay."
- Mrs Hughes: "Well, perhaps her ladyship does not wish to cast away an old friend because she lives north of the park."
- Carson: "I know, I know. But still, it's sad."
- — An exchange between butler Charles Carson and housekeeper Elsie Hughes.[src]
Lady Raven was an old friend of Cora, Countess of Grantham. She was part of the wealthy nobility before the Great War but, by 1922, she had moved to a "dingy little house north of the park" and seemed to have gotten used to have no maid.
Lady Raven was one of the attendees at a house party hosted by Lord and Lady Grantham at Downton Abbey in 1922. She was lodged in Fontenoy Room, and brought no maid with her (Edna Braithwaite was assigned by Mrs Hughes to help her dress). She seemed to have been treated in a polite, if not slightly condescendent, way by the other attendees; the Duchess of Yeovil referred to her as "Poor Lady Raven".
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