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Statter's Manton (dog, white with liver head, w: May 3, 1869, breeder Mr. W. Hutchinson, onwer, Mr. Thomas Statter, EKC 908)

EKC:
""908 Manton" -- Mr. Thomas Statter's, Stand-hill, Manchester; breeder, Mr. W. Hutchinson; born May 3rd, 1869; colour, white liver head (now in Austria). Pedigree: By "Statter's Major (No.905)" out of "Charm", by "Drab" (bred by Lord Sefton) out of "Clara", by "Lord Combermere's Carlo" (bred by Capt. White) out of "Statter's Jane" (whom see), "Drab" was by "Statham's Bang" out of a sister of "Lord Sefton's Beau". Pedigree of "Beau" is given with "Statter's Jane". Chief Performance: Shrewsbury, 1871, 1st prize in the Acton Reynald Stakes for all-aged poinger dogs; 2nd prize in the Hawkstone Stakes for pointer braces; Vaynol, 1871, entered in braces (with "Poll") but not placed; 1st prize in ath All-aged Pointer Dog Stakes." -- EKC Studbook, 1874, Vol.1


Statter's Manton

Statter's Major Old Major Antrobus Major Statham's Ross Edge's Beau
 
Antrobus's Moll Daintry's Don
Antrobus Peg
Statter's Jane
(w: 1860)
Taylor's Ben Taylor's Bob
Taylor's Dora
Statter's Lill Sefton's Beau
Statter's Belle
Garth's Mite Derby's Duke Drake
(Lord Derby's)
Walker's Bang
Mundley's Moll
Duchess Legh's Mars
Mexbro's Mab
(Mexborough's Mab)
Derby's Daisy Drake
(Lord Derby's)
Walker's Bang
Mundley's Moll
Yarboro's Nell
(Yarborough's Nell)
 
 
Charm Drab
(bred by Lord Sefton)
Statham's Bang Staham's Ross Edge's Beau
 
Wilmot's Di
(Wilmot's Die)
 
 
sister of Lord Sefton's Beau Sefton's Topaz Goodes' Grouse
Sefton's Jewel
Sefton's Riot Taylor's Dash
bitch of Rev. J. Holden, by Edge's Rake
Clara Lord Combermere's Carlo
(bred by Capt. White)
   
 
   
 
Statter's Jane
(w: 1860)
Taylor's Ben Taylor's Bob
Taylor's Dora
Statter's Lill Sefton's Beau
Statter's Belle


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