Edith Hermine Glover (née Banks) (1860 - 17 March 1943)

The daughter of John Banks of Threadneedle Street in the City of London, she was born in Newington. In March 1889 she married Arnold Glover, son of Robert R Glover at St Margaret Lothbury Church in the City.

The couple lived in Kensington. Arnold was called to the bar in 1891 but never practised, instead becoming the author of a number of legal textbooks and books on English literature. She was left a widow in January 1905 when he died from influenza.

She was briefly a member of the London School Board, co-opted to fill a casual vacancy in the representation of Chelsea on 22 January 1903, she remained on the board until its abolition in the following year.

She died in 1943 aged 83, and was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium.

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