House Where Major General Harrison Lived

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A watercolour of the house where Major General Harrison was born, Newcastle under Lyme, 1916. Painted from an old print by J. A. Symington, with a market cross and chickens outside.

Brampton Museum



House Where Major General Harrison Lived


watercolour on paper


H 35.5 x W 24.5 cm

Accession number

NM: 2008.395

Acquisition method

gift from Mrs R. A. Marsh

Work type


Signature/marks description

Signed 'Wilfred Sharratt'


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