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Mansfield [née Fellowes], Margaret, Lady Sandhurstlocked

(bap. 1827, d. 1892)
  • K. D. Reynolds

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Mansfield [née Fellowes], Margaret, Lady Sandhurst (bap. 1827, d. 1892), women's suffragist and spiritualist, was the youngest of the seven children of Robert Fellowes (1779–1869) of Shotesham Park, Norfolk, and his second wife, Jane Louisa Sheldon (d. 1871); his father also had a child from his first marriage. She was baptized at ...

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