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Sir John Dineley-Goodere, an eccentric baronet of Burhope in Herefordshire, resident in Windsor. Etching.
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Sir John Dineley-Goodere, an eccentric baronet of Burhope in Herefordshire, resident in Windsor. Etching.
Work Type
Portrait prints. Etchings.
Date
1 April 1803
Material
etching
Description
1 print :
The sitter succeeded his uncle in the baronetcy of Burhope in 1761, after his father had murdered his brother, the preceding baronet, in order to secure the succession. He subsequently became a poor knight of Windsor. He apparently cherished unfounded claims to imaginary estates
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Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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