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Sanger, Sophylocked



Sanger, Sophy (1881–1950), internationalist and labour-law reformer, was born on 3 January 1881 in Westcott, near Dorking, Surrey, the youngest of the three sons and three daughters of a wealthy London businessman, Charles Sanger, and his wife, Jessie Alice Pulford; Sophy was the sister of ...

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