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William Ward Tailby

(1825-1914), Barrister

Sitter in 4 portraits

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William Ward Tailby, by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax54360

William Ward Tailby

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 12 June 1861
NPG Ax54360

William Ward Tailby, by Camille Silvy - NPG Ax53272

William Ward Tailby

by Camille Silvy
albumen print, 24 May 1861
NPG Ax53272

William Ward Tailby ('Men of the Day. No. 744.'), by George Algernon Fothergill - NPG D44955

William Ward Tailby ('Men of the Day. No. 744.')

by George Algernon Fothergill
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 6 April 1899
NPG D44955

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Vanity Fair Panel no. 7 (John ('Johnny') William Reiff; (James Forman) Tod Sloan; Sir Oswald Mosley, 4th Bt; Edward Rodney ('Roddy') Owen; Seymour Berkeley Portman-Dalton (né Portman); Lester Berchart Reiff; Arthur Hepburn Hastie; Robert Peck; Arthur...)

by Sir Leslie Ward, and Godfrey Douglas Giles, and Liborio Prosperi ('Lib'), and Sir Charles Garden Assheton-Smith (né Duff), 1st Bt ('Cloister', 'C.G.D'), and George Algernon Fothergill, and Cuthbert Bradley, and Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.
chromolithographs pasted onto wooden panel, assembled from prints published 1883-1900
NPG D39297

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Anne Clark

17 January 2019, 15:34

William Ward Tailby was the son of William Tailby and the former Miss Elizabeth Putterill the( Widow Mrs Ward) when they married in Tur Langton Church 1818. He is mentioned in his fathers will dated 1853.
He was born on Jan 18 1825 and went to Trinity college Cambridge in 1842. In Oct 1850 he married Mary Taylor .
He rode to hounds, and owned Skeffington Hall and estate.
He died January 1914

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