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"Cecily Frye. She and your father were partners, inseparable. The only duo that came close to challenging Mr. Starrick. And very much in love, at least, from the small amount I have been told."
Duleep Singh describing Cecily to Evie, 1868.[src]

Cecily Frye (d. 9 November 1847) was a member of the British Brotherhood of Assassins during the Victorian era, the wife of Ethan Frye and the mother of twins Jacob and Evie Frye.


Cecily was born as the only daughter of an English steelworks manager based in the Rhondda Valley in southern Wales, while her mother was of Welsh descent.[1] Cecily went on to marry Ethan Frye and joined the Assassin Brotherhood, the couple undertaking missions for the Assassins together. They also acted as the superiors of the Assassin George Westhouse, whom they trained and ran missions with.[2]

On the 9th of November 1847, Cecily gave birth to Jacob and Evie, but died of complications shortly afterwards.[1] A depressed and mourning Ethan traveled to India[3] after accepting an offer from Cecily's mother to raise Jacob and Evie until the age of six.[1]


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