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.
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