Product images of Easter amusements - The Greenwich Pensioners
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Easter amusements - The Greenwich Pensioners
This is a page from the 'Illustrated London News' of 13 April 1844, p. 233. The Greenwich Pensioners illustrated, reading left to right are: (top) Daniel Fearhall and Henry Stiles (the former a Royal Marine sergeant); (middle) Joseph Burgin, James Connell and George French; (bottom) Joseph Brown and John Manning. All were on 'Victory' at Trafalgar.
Original size: 366 mm x 244 mm
- Image reference: PZ8797
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London