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Bellasis, Edward (1800–1873), serjeant-at-law and Roman Catholic convert, the only son of the Revd George Bellasis of Queen's College, Oxford, rector of Yattendon and vicar of Basilden and Ashampstead, Berkshire, and his second wife, Leah Cooper, only surviving child and heir of Emery Viall...

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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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Scott, Amelia (1860–1952), social reformer and women’s suffrage campaigner, was born at Rose Cottage, Byfleet, Surrey, on 16 January 1860, the third of four daughters (there was also a son) of Syms Scott (1822/3–1863), an accountant and clerk to the chamberlain of London and his wife, ...