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Grainger Cup & saucer

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$212 USD
ITEM 536
Seller: Cathcarts Antiques
Member Since: 6th June 2016
bearing the arms and motto for the Anketell The motto “vade ad formican” go to the ant
Circa 1850 Printed mark
Anketell, William (1790 -1851)
William Anketell, of Anketell Grove, County Monaghan, Ireland, was the son of Lt.-Col. Matthew Anketell and Mary Norris. He married Sarah Maxwell, daughter of Lt.-Col. John Charles Frederick Waring Maxwell, on 23 June 1809.   On 20 November 1828, he became the head of the Ancketill/Anketell family, succeeding his uncle, Charles Anketell. He held various offices of High Sheriff in 1830, Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.), and Justice of the Peace (J.P.).
Maker/Artist: Grainger Worcester
Dated: Circa 1850
Period: Mid 19th Century 1830 - 1860
Origin: English
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Grainger Cup & saucer
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