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Slide set: [Phelps Collection: Dorothy Brereton] (lecture: privately made, at least 74 slides, n.d.)

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Slide 1
Brereton Tomb, Eccles Church
Slide 2
[Tomb of Richard and Dorothy Brereton, Eccles Church]
Slide 3
Doorway, Handforth Hall
Slide 4
Helm and Crest of Brereton of Brereton in Brereton Church
Slide 8
Brereton Malpas
Slide 9
Banners (metal) formerly on Brereton tomb in Eccles Church
Slide 13
Armour, 16th Century
Slide 14
Sir Ralph Egerton's Banner
Slide 15
Gateway, Ridley Old Hall
Slide 16
Egerton Coat of Arms, Ridley Hall
Slide 17
Courtyard, Ridley Hall
Slide 18
Egerton Chapel, Bunbury
Slide 19
Door, Egerton Chapel, Bunbury
Slide 20
Tomb of Sir Ralph Egerton, Bunbury, from an old drawing
Slide 21 / 70
John Speed's Map of Cheshire 1610
Slide 22
Eccleston Church, Cheshire, 1800, demolished
Slide 23
Adlington Hall at Christmas
Slide 24
Lovers, Time of Elizabeth
Slide 25
Slide 26
Slide 27 / 89
The Wedding
Slide 29
Sir P. Sidney
Slide 30
R. Brereton in study
Slide 31
R.B. reading
Slide 32 / 73
Slide 33
The Spanish Armada, Battle formation
Slide 34
The Spanish Armada
Slide 35
Worsley Pageant 1914, Brereton Group
Slide 36
Worsley Pageant 1914, Brereton Group
Slide 37 / 86
Costume temp. Elizabeth
Slide 38 / 88
Costume temp. James I
Slide 40
Old Lyme Hall, Disley, from plaster frieze
Slide 41
Lyme Hall, Disley
Slide 42 / 102
Slide 43
Winding wool, lovers
Slide 44
Stag Hunting
Slide 46 / 9
Street Scene temp. Elizabeth
Slide 48
[Signatures of Dorothy and Peter Legh]
Slide 49
The Will of Dame Dorothy Legh
Slide 51
Frances, First Countess of Bridgewater
Slide 52
Thomas Egerton, youngest son of John First Earl of Bridgewater
Slide 54 / 50
Mosley Brass
Slide 55
Tombstone of John and Thomas Smith, Parish Clerks of Eccles, 17th century
Slide 56
Dame Dorothy Legh's Charity
Slide 57
Armour and Chest
Slide 58
Bookshelf etc.
Slide 59
Worsley Hall (The Redbrick Hall)
Slide 61
Exorcising a Ghost!
Slide 62
The Niche on the Staircase
Slide 63
Father Ambrose Barlow
Slide 64
Tomb of Lady Mary Egerton, Astbury
Slide 66
Lord Chancellor Egerton's signature
Slide 67 / 106
Queen Elizabeth
Slide 68
Harefield, Middlesex, Res. of Lord Chancellor Egerton 1603
Slide 69
The Stage in the time of Queen Elizabeth
Slide 70
Itinerant Players
Slide 71
Portraits of Shakespeare
Slide 72
York House, London, Residence of Lord Chancellor Egerton
Slide 73
Westminster and Whitehall, 1650
Slide 74
Coronation of James I
Slide 75
Thomas Egerton, Chancellor of England, Born 1540 died 1617
Slide 76
Tombstone of Baron Ellesmere
Slide 77
John Egerton, Lord Brackley, afterwards 2nd Earl of Bridgewater
Slide 78
Ludlow Maske
Slide 79
Slide 82
Elizabeth, Duchess of Argyll
Slide 83
[Duke of Bridgewater]
Slide 84
[Pedigree of the Egerton family]
Slide 85
'A Soldier of the Past'
Lady Alice Egerton, youngest daughter of the First Earl of Bridgwater
[Portrait of unidentified woman]
[Portrait of unidentified man wearing armour and helmet]
Slide 20
The Duke of Bridgewater
Bidston Mill

COULTHURST, S.L.  (1867-1939) – photographer, slides 35-36

FITTON, Hedley  (1858-1929) – creator of source image(s), slide 1

PHELPS, J.J.  (1855-1928) – photographer, slide [94]

People appearing in slides

BRIDGEWATER, 2nd Earl of   (1623-1686) – slide 77

BRIDGEWATER, 3rd Duke of   (1736-1803) – slides 83, 20

EGERTON, Thomas  (1540-1617) – slide 75

ELIZABETH I, Queen   (1533-1603) – slide 67 / 106

SHAKESPEARE, William  (1564-1616) – slide 71

Lucerna ID  3010241

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 18 July 2018

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