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Sally (Sarah) Chorley (1774–1852)

Photo credit: Lancashire County Museum Service

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Sally married into the Walker family, from whose descendants Lancashire County Museum Service acquired the memorabilia of the Rawlinson family.

Thomas Hutton Rawlinson’s nephew, John Satterthwaite, owned a slaving vessel called 'The Sally', which was seized at St Kitts by the French navy in March 1782. Apparently, as in this case, such vessels were frequently named after the daughters of the families.

Judges' Lodgings, Lancaster





oil on canvas


H 56 x W 30 cm (E)

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purchased from Mr Edward Walker

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Judges' Lodgings, Lancaster

Church Street, Lancaster, Lancashire LA1 1YS England

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