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  1. Marianne (or Mary Anne) Wellesley, Marchioness Wellesley (1788 – 17 December 1853), formerly Marianne Patterson, born Marianne Caton, was an American who became the second wife of Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley, a brother of the Duke of Wellington

  2. 07/11/2022 · Marianne Wellesley (née Caton), Marchioness Wellesley (1788-1853), Lady of the bedchamber to the queen dowager Adelaide Sitter in 2 portraits Tell us More Like List Thumbnail Sort by Marianne Wellesley (née Caton), Marchioness Wellesley by Thomas Anthony Dean, published by Whittaker & Co, after Christina Robertson (née Saunders)

  3. Marianne Wellesley, Marchioness Wellesley, formerly Marianne Patterson, born Marianne Caton, was an American who became the second wife of Richard Wellesle...

  4. Marianne Wellesley (née Caton), Marchioness Wellesley (1788-1853), Lady of the bedchamber to the queen dowager Adelaide. Sitter in 2 portraits. Artists Thomas Anthony Dean (1801-1860), Engraver. Artist or producer associated with 66 portraits. Christina Robertson (née Saunders) (1796-1854), Miniature and portrait painter.

  5. Description. Oil on canvas portrait painting of Mary Anne (later called Marianne) Caton Patterson Wellesley, Marchioness Wellesley (Mrs. Robert Patterson) (Mrs. Richard Wellesley) (1788-1853), by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830). Mary Anne Caton was one of the famous Maryland “Caton Sisters,” granddaughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton.

  6. Marianne Wellesley (née Caton), Marchioness Wellesley by Thomas Anthony Dean, published by Whittaker & Co, after Christina Robertson (née Saunders) stipple engraving, published February 1829 9 7/8 in. x 7 1/2 in. (252 mm x 190 mm) plate size; 11 3/4 in. x 8 7/8 in. (298 mm x 225 mm) paper size Purchased with help from the Friends of the National Libraries and the Pilgrim Trust, 1966 Reference Collection NPG D16933.

  7. Marianne Caton Wellesley (1788-1853) was an American woman who became Marchioness Wellesley and Vicereine of Ireland after her marriage with Richard Wellesley, brother of the Duke of Wellington.