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Statter's Beau (dog, liver/white/ticked, w: June 1874, breeder: Lord Sefton, owner: Mr. T. Statter, EKC 9009)

EKC:
""9009 Beau" -- Mr. T. Statter's, Stand Hall, Whitefield, Manchester; breeder, Lord Sefton; whelped June, 1874; colour liver, white and ticked. Pedigree: By breeder's "Beau" out of his "Jessey", by his "Monarch" out of his "Juno"; "Beau", by "Duke of Westminster's Don (837)" out of breeder's "Drab"." -- EKC Studbook, 1879, Vol.VII

EKC: "Duke of Westminster's Don"
""837 Don" -- Duke of Westminster's, Eaton, Chester; breeder, Lord Lichfield, born 1869; colour, liver and white. Pedigree: By "Brag II (No.722)" out of "Juno"; "Juno" by "Noble I" out of "Antrobus's Nell"; "Noble I" by "Bang I" ["Brag I"] out of "Jilt" ["discrepancy, see "Noble I" below] by "Jasper" out of "Juno"; "Brag I" by "Lord Derby's Bang" out of "Mona"; "Bang" bred by Mr. Walker of Notts; "Mona" by "Lord Sefton's Major" out of "Lord Lichfield's Belle", by "Martyn's Duke" out of "Marriott's Charlotte"; "Major" by "Capt. White's Monarch" out of "Lord Sefton's Jilt"." -- EKC Studbook, 1874, Vol.I

EKC: "Lord Lichfield's Noble I"
""931 Noble I" -- Lord Lichfield's, Ranton Abbey, Stafford; born 1865; colour, liver and white. Pedigree: By "Lord Lichfield's Brag I", out of "Nell", by "Mr. Cornwall Legh's Mars" out of "Antrobus's Lady"; "Mars" by "Corbett's Pallas" out of "Legh's Peg", by "Lord Hasting's Plato" out of "Peg"; "Brag I" by "Lord Derby's Bang" out of "Lord Lichfield's Mona", by "Lord Sefton's Major" out of "Bell", by "Martyn's Duke" out of "Maricott's Charlotte"; "Major", by "Capt. White's Monarch" out of "Lord Sefton's Jilt"." -- EKC Studbook, 1874, Vol.I


"There is only one dog in the 8th volume of the Kennel Stud Book that can be called perfectly pure, and that is "Mr. Statter's Beau", bred by Lord Sefton, by his "Beau", out of his "Jessie", and the last named "Beau" was by the "Duke of Westminster's Don", by "Brag II", son of "Brag I.", by Lord Derby's Bang", and running down on the dam side to "Lord Sefton's Major" by "Captain White's Monarch", son of "Lord Sefton's Jilt"

[note, "running down the dam side to "Lord Sefton's Major" by "Captain White's Monarch", son of "Lord Sefton's Jilt" refers to "Brag I" -- see "Brag I"].

"Jessie", the dam of "Beau", will always appear prominently in future volumes of the Stud as the dam also of "Garnet", and she might be termed pure Sefton, as she was by "Lord Sefton's Monarch" by "Mr. Statter's Manton" by his "Major", out of "Lord Sefton's Dence". "Jessie" was a type of exquisite quality, a little bitch of fair substance but brimful of blood-like lines; bred out of her family to a "Drake" dog, she got a big dog like "Garnet", and others that were coarser than he is, but for quality she prodced the best to the Sefton strain, pure as instanced by her daughter "Fancy" by "Lord Sefton's Marquis"; the latter is more blood like that "Mr. Statter's Beau", and on the female line to produce pure Seftons should be about the most valuable later bitch in the Stud Book. "Mr. Statter's Beau" is, however, a rarity of his sort, and if one wishes to establish a pillar of the Stud Book directly from an old Knowsley dog, bred into his own lines, one could not trace better than from

  • "Lord Derby's Bang" -->
  • "Lord Lichfield's Bragg I -->
  • "Lord Lichfield's Bragg II -->
  • "Duke of Westminter's Don" -->
  • "Lord Sefton's Beau" -->
  • "Lord Statter's Beau"

-- EKC, September 1881, "Pillars of the Stud Book"


Statter's Beau

Sefton's Beau

(NOTE - two pedigrees for "Sefton's Beau", see also ""Sefton's Beau", sire of "Statter's Lill", "Sefton's Mat", and "Sefton's Pearl")

Duke of Westminster's Don
(liver/white)
(w: 1869)
Lord Lichfield's Brag II
(w: 1861)
Lord Lichfield's Brag
("Brag I")

(sold to Lord Dartmouth in 1862)

Lord Derby's Bang

(bred by Mr. Walker, of Eastwood, Notts, and purchased by Mr. R. Brailsford for Earl Derby)

Lord Lichfield's Mona
Lord Lichfield's Jilt
("Garth's Jilt")

(sold to Mr. Garth in 1862)

Lord Lichfield's Jasper
Lord Lichfield's Juno
Juno Lord Lichfield's Noble I
(liver/white)
(w: 1865)
Lord Lichfield's Brag
("Brag I")
(discrepancy on dam -- see above)
Antrobus's Nell  
 
Sefton's Drab Derby's Drake Ch. Newton's Ranger
(w: 1859)
Whichcote's Ranger
Foster's Ruth
Derby's Sal Neilson's Duke
Derby's Jilt
Sefton's Sappho Sefton's Shot
("Sefton's Spot")
Bang
(Beal's, Statham's, Statter's, Wilmot's)
Sefton's Jessie
Sefton's Pearl Sefton's Beau
sister to Captain White's Monarch
Pilkington's Jessie
("Jessey")
(bred by Lord Sefton)
(liver/white)
(w: 1871)
Sefton's Monarch Statter's Manton
(white, liver head)
(w: 1869)
Statter's Major Old Major
Garth's Mite
Charm Drab
(bred by Lord Sefton)
Clara
Sefton's Sappho Sefton's Shot
("Sefton's Spot")
Bang
(Beal's, Staham's, Statter's, Wilmot's)
Sefton's Jessie
Sefton's Pearl Sefton's Beau
sister to White's Monarch
Sefton's Juno Sefton's Sam Statter's Major Old Major
Garth's Mite
Sefton's Drab Derby's Drake
Sefton's Sappho
Duchess Sefton's Mat Sefton's Beau
Legh's Merry
Harcourt's Sap  
 

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