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Auld [née Jardine; other married name Marshall], Mary (1893–1984), local politician and women's organizer  

Catriona Burness

Auld [née Jardine; other married name Marshall], Mary (1893–1984), local politician and women's organizer, was born on 8 July 1893 in Main Street, Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire, the fourth child of seven born to Francis Jardine, clog maker, and his wife, Agnes Wallace. She attended ...

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Einarr [Torf-Einar, Einarr Rögnvaldarson], earl of Orkney (fl. early 890s–930s), magnate  

Barbara E. Crawford

Einarr [Torf-Einar, Einarr Rögnvaldarson], earl of Orkney (fl. early 890s–930s), magnate, was the youngest son of Earl Rögnvald of Möre (d. c.894) and a concubine, who was said (by Rögnvald) to have been slave-born on both her father's and her mother's side. ...

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Glasier, Katharine St John Bruce [née Katharine St John Conway] (1867–1950), socialist and politician  

Chris Wrigley

Glasier, Katharine St John Bruce [née Katharine St John Conway] (1867–1950), socialist and politician, was born on 25 September 1867 in Stoke Newington, London. She was the second of seven children of Samuel Conway, a Congregationalist minister based at Ongar, Essex, and his wife, ...

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Hunter [née Anderson], Margaret Annie (1922–1986), communist activist and politician  

Neil Rafeek

Hunter [née Anderson], Margaret Annie (1922–1986), communist activist and politician, was born on 11 November 1922 in Reid Street, Bridgeton, Glasgow, one of six children and the only surviving daughter (another died in infancy) of James Anderson, a theatrical performer from Montrose...