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Mary Walker, née Need, Mrs Thomas Walker (1763–1823)

Photo credit: Rotherham Heritage Services

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Mary and Susannah were sisters. They and a middle sister (Elizabeth) married the Walker brothers: Joshua married Susannah; Joseph married Elizabeth; Thomas married Mary. The eldest sister was called Hephzibah. There is a pastel portrait of Hephzibah and an oil painting of her daughter, Elizabeth, on display at Clifton Park Museum. Clifton Park Museum was originally the home of Joshua and Susannah Walker.

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oil on canvas


H 74 x W 61 cm

Accession number

ROTMG : OP.1988.6

Acquisition method

gift from Michael Walker, 1963

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