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Wright Thomas Squire (d.1811), and His Sister Charlotte on a Black Pony

Photo credit: Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery

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The two children lived in Bridge House (it was pulled down in 1952), the impressive building pictured in the background, on the opposite bank of the River Nene. The children are aged around 12 and 4 in the picture. Their parents owned a brewery and held the provisions contract for the Napoleonic Prisoner of War camp at Norman Cross. Wright Thomas was in the militia and died young. Charlotte later married Thomas Alderson Cooke, and probably moved into his new town house in Priestgate, the building that is now the museum.

Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery

Peterborough

  • Date

    c.1795

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    99 x 115 cm

  • Accession number

    PETMG:1994.075

  • Acquisition method

    purchased, c.1994

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Peterborough Museum & Art Gallery

Priestgate, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire PE1 1LF England

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