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Lloyd, Edward Mayow Hastings (1889–1968), civil servant and internationalist, was born on 30 November 1889 at Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, the fourth son of Edward Wynell Mayow Lloyd (1864–1928), headmaster, of Hartford House preparatory school, and his wife, Eleanor Elizabeth Hastings. He was educated at ...

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Murch, Jerom (1807–1895), Unitarian minister and municipal activist, was born on 29 October 1807 in Honiton, Devon, the fourth of the seven children of William Murch (1767–1853), tinsmith and ironmonger, and his second wife, Ann, née Burnard (1775–1856), of Colyton. He had five other siblings from his father's first marriage....

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Pott, Gladys Sydney (1867–1961), anti-suffragist and civil servant, was the only daughter of the Venerable Alfred Pott (1822–1908), archdeacon of Berkshire, and his wife, Emily Harriet, née Gibbs (d. 1903). She had a private education and never married. One acquaintance, Helen Moyes...

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Williams, Dame Juliet Evangeline Rhys [née Juliette Evangeline Glyn] (1898–1964), political activist and public servant, was born on 17 December 1898 at Sheering Hall, Sheering, Essex, the younger of the two daughters (there were no sons) of Clayton Louis Glyn (1857–1915), barrister, and his wife, ...