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Bebb [married name Thomson], Gwyneth Marjory (1889–1921), campaigner for women's admission to the legal profession, was born at Brasenose House, High Street, Oxford, on 27 October 1889, the second daughter and third of the seven children of Llewellyn John Montfort Bebb DD (1862–1915)...

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Gwyneth Marjory Bebb (1889–1921) by unknown photographer, 1920 by kind permission of Anne Tickell and Martin Tomlins

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Carnegy, Elizabeth Patricia, Baroness Carnegy of Lour (1925–2010), Girl Guides official and educationist, was born at 71 Pont Street, Chelsea, London, on 28 April 1925, the eldest of three daughters of Lieutenant-Colonel (Ughtred) Elliott Carnegy Carnegy of Lour (1886–1973), a decorated soldier, and his wife, ...

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Hettie Mackenzie (1863–1942), by unknown photographer

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Mackenzie [née Hughes], (Hettie) Millicent (1863–1942), educationist and suffragist, was born at 14 York Place, Clifton, Bristol, on 11 June 1863, the second of three children of Walter William Hughes (1833–1909), estate agent, and his wife, Hester Catherine, ...

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Whitwell, Catherine Vale (1789–1873), educationist and communitarian, was born in Upper Thames Street, in the City of London, on 16 January 1789, the daughter of William Whitwell, a soap manufacturer in Bethnal Green, and his wife, Catherine, daughter of Daniel West. Both parents were nonconformists. Her father came from ...