1742 Henrietta, Lady Jenkinson by Philippe Mercier (Temple Newsam House - Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK)

She is probably Henrietta Maria Scarborough. If so, she was married to Sir Robert Jenkinson, 3rd Bt. between about 1711 to 1717 and then to Charles Eversfield between 1731. She lived from the late 1600s and 1760. She had no children.

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1742 Henrietta, Lady Jenkinson by Philippe Mercier (Temple Newsam House - Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK) UPGRADE From pinterest.com:donaldbeaubier:18th-century-female-portraits:

Henrietta wears a robe volante in the period when panniers were becoming de rigueur. She adorns her neckline with a white ruched panel held by a short string of pearls.

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