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William Heneage Legge (1851–1936), 6th Earl and 8th Baron of Dartmouth

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Staffordshire County Buildings Picture Collection

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Three-quarter-length portrait of William Heneage Legge, 6th Earl and 8th Baron of Dartmouth, of Patshull Hall. Grandson of William Legge, 4th Earl of Dartmouth, he married Lady Mary Coke, daughter of the 2nd Earl of Leicester of Holkham, in 1879. He was Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire in 1891, Chairman of the Territorial Force Association, Provincial Grand Master of Freemasonry and Vice-Chairman of the County Council of Staffordshire.

Staffordshire County Buildings


  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    122 x 81 cm

  • Accession number

    PCF 19

  • Acquisition method

    purchased by public subscription, before 1932


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Normally on display at

Staffordshire County Buildings

Martin Street, Stafford, Staffordshire ST16 2LH England

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