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Lieutenant Colonel Sir William Verner (1782–1871), Bt

Photo credit: Armagh County Museum

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This portrait of Verner depicts him in the uniform of the 7th Hussars. He was Lieutenant-Colonel of that regiment and saw action at Waterloo, where he was wounded. His medals are also in the museum’s collection. From 1832 to 1868 Verner was MP for County Armagh and was created Baronet in 1846.

Armagh County Museum


oil on canvas


H 124.5 x W 98.3 cm (E)

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gift, 1962

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Armagh County Museum

The Mall East, County Armagh BT61 9BE Northern Ireland

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