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Chisholm [née Jones], Caroline (1808–1877), immigration administrator, was born on 30 May 1808 at Wootton, Northampton, the youngest of twelve children of William Jones, a farmer, and his fourth wife, Sarah. Educated at home, she was brought up as an Anglican in a family tradition of practical service to the poor and the community. On 27 December 1830 she married Captain ...

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Green, Peter (1871–1961), Church of England clergyman and Christian apologist, was born at Portland Terrace, Southampton, Hampshire, on 18 January 1871, the fourth of five children of Henry George Green, solicitor, and his wife, Elizabeth Sophia, née Saintsbury. His mother was the sister of the writer ...

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Peter Green (1871–1961) by Lafayette, c.1920 The Anglo–Catholic History Society

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Lamplugh [née Howell], Diana Elizabeth (1936–2011), fitness specialist, personal safety campaigner, and charity founder, was born on 30 July 1936 at the Royal Nursing Home in Parabola Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, the eldest of four children of David Gwynydd Howell (1908–1971), solicitor and amateur actor, and his wife, ...

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Lovelock [née Northover Smith], Irene May (1896–1974), founder of the British Housewives' League, was born on 26 May 1896 at Wood Green, London, the elder daughter of William Northover Smith (1864–1953), ironmonger, and his wife, Florence Minnie Heath (1869–1943). She was educated at schools in ...

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Mace, David Robert (1907–1990), Methodist minister and pioneer of the marriage guidance movement, was born at the Wesleyan manse, Rosehill Road, Montrose, on 21 June 1907, the eldest of the two children of Joseph Mace, a working-class and largely self-educated Wesleyan minister who became a significant leader in the ...

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Model [née Sichel], Alice Isabella (1856–1943), philanthropist and family welfare worker, was born on 13 November 1856 at 27 Priory Road, Kilburn, London, the daughter of Gustavus Sichel, an Australian merchant, and his wife, Henriette Goldschmidt. A middle-class family, they resided in ...

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Claire Berenice Rayner (1931–2010) by Eamonn McCabe, 2002 © Eamonn McCabe

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Rayner [née Berkovitch], Claire Berenice (1931–2010), writer, broadcaster, and social campaigner, was born at 24 Underwood Street, Stepney, London, on 22 January 1931, the eldest daughter of Percy (later Peter) Berkovitch (1909–1982), journeyman tailor, and his wife, Betty, née Dion (1910–1982). The family moved around a lot, mostly dodging the bailiffs, before the start of the Second World War. In 1940 ...