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Faulkner, Benjamin Rawlinsonlocked

  • L. H. Cust
  • , revised by Sarah Wimbush


Faulkner, Benjamin Rawlinson (1787–1849), portrait painter, was born at Manchester, Lancashire, and baptized there at St Ann's Church on 17 January 1787, the son of William Faulkner and his wife, Elizabeth. His early career was in commerce, spending several years representing a firm at ...

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