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Statue: Margaret MacDonald

Erection date: 19/12/1914


{Inscribed in stone just below the sculpture:}
This seat is placed here in memory of Margaret MacDonald who spent her live in helping others.

{On plaque on back of monument:}
She was the daughter of John & Margaret Gladstone. She was born in Kensington in 1870, was married to Ramsay MacDonald in 1896 and lived with him at 3 Lincoln's Inn Fields. Here her children were born and here she died in 1911. She brought joy to those with whom and for whom she lived and worked. Her heart went out in fellowship to her fellow women & in love to the children of the people whom she served as a citizen and helped as a sister. She quickened faith and zeal in others by her life and took no rest from doing good.

{The base of the sculpture is inscribed, at the right with:}
Richard R. Goulden. Sculp.
A.B. Burton Founder.

Bronze statue unveiled on 19 December 1914. Sculpted by Goulden to Ramsay's design.

Site: Margaret MacDonald (1 memorial)

WC2, Lincoln's Inn Fields

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Margaret MacDonald

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Margaret Ethel MacDonald

Feminist and social reformer. Daughter of John & Margaret Gladstone. Born...

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Margaret MacDonald

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Richard Reginald Goulden

Born Dover. In WW1 served with the Royal Engineers in France.  Other London w...

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Ramsay MacDonald

Born at Lossiemouth, on the Moray Firth, Scotland.The first Labour Prime Mini...

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