ca. 1700 Lady Elizabeth d'Arcy attributed to Sir Godfrey Kneller (Scarborough Museums and Gallery)

This may be her article from thepeerage, "Elizabeth Butler F, #361744, d. 1727

Elizabeth Butler married, secondly, Murtagh O'Hogan. She married, firstly, Dominick D'Arcy, son of Richard D'Arcy and Catherine Blake, in 1720. She died in 1727.

She was the daughter of James Butler and Catherine Kirwan. Her married name became O'Hogan. From 1720, her married name became D'Arcy.

Child of Elizabeth Butler and Murtagh O'Hogan

Teresa O'Hogan+ d. 20 Jul 1809

Children of Elizabeth Butler and Dominick D'Arcy

James D'Arcy d. 1772 

Richard D'Arcy

Dominick D'Arcy+ d. 1804

Adam D'Arcy."


Lady Elizabeth wears typical criss-cross portrait costume in this Kneller portrait from about 1700.

Keywords:  1700, Kneller, long high straight coiffure, square neckline, chemise, ruffles, three quarter length under-sleeves, criss-cross bodice, elbow length over-sleeves, wrap

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