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Thurtle [née Lansbury], Dorothylocked

(1890–1973)
  • Stephen Brooke

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Thurtle [née Lansbury], Dorothy (1890–1973), campaigner for contraceptive and abortion rights, was born at 105 St Stephen's Road, Bow, east London, on 15 November 1890, the sixth child of the eight daughters and four sons of the working-class Labour politician George Lansbury (1859–1940)...

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