Born 11 April 1864, Barnstaple, died 14 April 1944.

Deputy Chairman London County Council 1918 – 1919. Involved with Girton College, and became a teacher. Served on the LCC from 1909, co-opted onto the education committee 1910, became an alderman 1913-34, and then education committee again 1934-7. 1918-19 first female deputy chair of LCC. Served on finance and public control committees. 1899-1900 president of the Association of Assistant Mistresses. Served on National Union of Women Workers.

Member of the Progressive Party in the London County Council selected 1913 to serve until 1916 in place of H L Cripps, resigned Alderman

Progressive/ Municipal Reform Alderman 1919 - 1925 , 1928 – 1934#

Much involved in educational matters.

Article in Dictionary of National Biography obit in The Times 17 April 1944 p 6

Painting of her here [1], and details of some letters at [2].


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