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Bentwich [née Franklin], Helen Caroline (1892–1972), local politician, was born on 6 January 1892 at 29 Pembridge Gardens, Notting Hill, London, the fifth child and second daughter (there were also four sons) of Arthur Ellis Franklin (1857–1938), merchant banker, and his wife, ...

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Cuffe [née Bischoffsheim], Ellen Odette, countess of Desart (1857–1933), philanthropist and politician, was born at 18 Cornwall Terrace, Marylebone, London, on 1 September 1857, the eldest of two daughters of Henry Louis Bischoffsheim (1829–1908), banker and philanthropist, and his wife, Clara (or Clarissa) Biedermann (1837–1922)...

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Davis, Morris Harold (1894–1985), local politician, was born on 7 November 1894 at 47 Langdale Street, in the heart of the Jewish East End of London, the son of Joseph Davis (1868–1940) and his wife, Bertha (d. 1954). His father, variously described as a boot maker and a licensee of public houses, hailed from ...

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Jacobs, Jacob (1839–1896), wholesale jeweller and politician, was born at 56 Church Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, on 11 July 1839, the second child of Ephraim Jacobs (1804/5–1862), a furrier of Jewish descent born in Poland, and his wife, Jane, née Solomon (d. 1882)...

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Jacob Jacobs (1839–1896) by unknown photographer reproduced with the permission of Birmingham Libraries & Archives

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Moses, Miriam (1884–1965), local politician, was born on 13 November 1884 at 19 Princes Street, Spitalfields, London, one of nine surviving children of Mark Moses (1855–1921), tailor, and his wife, Hannah (Annie) Ehrenberg (1853/4–1899). Mark Moses had been born in Torun, a port on the ...

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(Beatrice) Venetia Stanley (1887–1948) by unknown photographer, c. 1914 © reserved

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Stanley [married name Montagu], (Beatrice) Venetia (1887–1948), prime minister's confidante, was born at Easthorpe, Malton, North Riding of Yorkshire, on 22 August 1887, the youngest of the seven children to survive to adulthood of Edward Lyulph Stanley (1839–1925), educationist, who succeeded as ...

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See Zuckerman, Solly, Baron Zuckerman