Elizabeth Harrington (d.c.1721)

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The de Haryngton (also spelled Harrington) family held the Manor of Huyton from the late fourteenth century. Elizabeth Haryngton married Richard Molyneaux of New Hall in West Derby and Alt Grange in Ince Blundell. The male line of the Haryngton family expired in 1720 and the Manor of Huyton passed to the Molyneaux family.

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Elizabeth Harrington (d.c.1721)




oil on canvas


H 76.5 x W 64.5 cm

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on loan from a private collection

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