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Carrie, Isabella Scrimgeour (1878–1981), suffragette and schoolteacher, was born on 3 May 1878 at 26 Wardmill Road in the parish of St Vigeans, Arbroath, the daughter of Richard Carrie (c.1836–1912), bleachfield worker, and his wife, Ann Robertson Harris (c.1842–1903)...

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Mary Hare (1865–1945), by unknown photographer

Mary Hare School, Securing the future of deaf children and young people.

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Hare, Mary Adelaide (1865–1945), teacher of the deaf and campaigner for women's suffrage, was born at 29 Fortess Terrace, Kentish Town, London, on 3 November 1865, daughter of Thomas Matthews Hare (1825/6–1884), an engineering draughtsman, and his wife, Adelaide, ...

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Dame Louisa Innes Lumsden (1840–1935) by Olive Edis, c. 1925 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Lumsden, Dame Louisa Innes (1840–1935), promoter of women's education, headmistress, and suffragist, was born on 31 December 1840 in Aberdeen. She was the seventh and youngest child of Clements Lumsden (d. 1853), advocate and writer to the signet, and his wife, Jane (...

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Dorinda Neligan (1833–1914) by Sir James Jebusa Shannon, c. 1901 reproduced by kind permission of the Council of the Girls' Day School Trust

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Neligan, Dorinda (1833–1914), headmistress and suffragette, was born on 9 June 1833 in Cork, the fifth daughter of Thomas Neligan, a lieutenant in the army. She was educated at home by her mother, a woman of great culture, and later in Germany and ...

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Smith, Mary (1822–1889), schoolmistress and radical, was born on 7 February 1822 at Cropredy in Oxfordshire, the fourth child of William Smith, a boot and shoe maker, and Ann, née Pride, a cook from a prosperous farming family. Ann Smith died in 1824, shortly after the birth of her fifth child, when ...