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Squire John ffrance (1727–1817), was the son of John ffrance Senior and Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Roe, and he lived at Rawcliffe Hall in the Fylde, about 5 miles from Cockerham.

Judges' Lodgings, Lancaster





oil on glass


H 23 x W 18 cm (E)

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purchased at Sotheby's with the assistance of the Victoria and Albert Museum Purchase Grant Fund

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Church Street, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 1YS England

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