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Nicholas Bronson Albery (1948–2001) by David Cohen, 2000 © David Cohen


Albery, Nicholas Bronson (1948–2001), social activist and charity founder, was born on 28 July 1948 at Bricket House, Bricket Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire, the second of three children of Sir Donald Arthur Rolleston Albery (1914–1988), theatre owner and theatrical manager, and his second wife, ...


McLaren [née Müller], Eva Maria (1852/3–1921), social reformer and political activist, was the younger daughter of William Müller, a wealthy German businessman, and an English mother, Maria Henrietta. She spent her early life in Valparaíso, Chile, and was educated by a governess and at school in ...


Eve [née Turing], (Fanny) Jean Trustram (1862–1934), Conservative party activist and social reformer, was born at 6 Trumpington Street, Cambridge, on 6 July 1862, the eldest child of the five daughters and five sons of the Revd John Robert Turing...