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ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH DAVISON (SCOTLAND C.1695-1745 LONDON)
ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH DAVISON (SCOTLAND C.1695-1745 LONDON)
ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH DAVISON (SCOTLAND C.1695-1745 LONDON)
ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH DAVISON (SCOTLAND C.1695-1745 LONDON)
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ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH DAVISON (SCOTLAND C.1695-1745 LONDON)

Portrait of Edward Rogers (1705-1763), High Sheriff of Gloucestershire; and Portrait of Elizabeth Rogers, née Green (c.1705-1788)

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ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAH DAVISON (SCOTLAND C.1695-1745 LONDON)
Portrait of Edward Rogers (1705-1763), High Sheriff of Gloucestershire; and Portrait of Elizabeth Rogers, née Green (c.1705-1788)
oil on canvas, unlined
50 ½ x 39 ¾ in. (128.3 x 101 cm.)
(2)in eighteenth-century frames
Provenance
with Edward Hurst, Salisbury, by October 2007, where acquired by the present owner.
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Edward Rogers was appointed High Sheriff of Gloucestershire at the end of December 1739, he served the customary year term. In 1730 he had married Elizabeth Green; they went on to have two daughters: Elizabeth, who married the prominent barrister Edward Bearcroft, and Laetitia, who married Charles Jones. On the death of their mother, the two daughters inherited a joint share in the family home, Okle Clifford, in Newent, Gloucestershire.

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