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Bannerman, Patrick (1715–1798), Church of Scotland minister and writer on religious and civil liberties, was born at Inveravon, the son of James Bannerman (1670–1758), minister of Inveravon and then of Forglen, Banffshire, and his wife, Ann Cunningham (d. 1758), a minister's daughter. Educated at ...

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Kidd, Ronald Hubert (1889–1942), founder of the National Council for Civil Liberties, was born at 6 Montpelier Row, Blackheath, London, on 11 July 1889, the son of Leonard Joseph Kidd (1858–1926), surgeon, and his wife, Alice Maud, née Peek (1862–1945). He entered University College, London...

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Ronald Hubert Kidd (1889–1942) by Howard Coster, 1940 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Whately, (Mary) Monica (1889–1960), campaigner for women's rights and civil liberties, was born on 30 November 1889 at 16 Trebovir Road, Brompton, London, the eldest daughter of Major Reginald Pepys Whately (b. 1860), officer with the Royal Sussex regiment, and Maude Isabel...