Person    | Female  Born 1829  Died 1922

Anna Haslam

Co-founder of the Irishwomen’s Suffrage and Local Government Association. Born Anna Maria Fisher in County Cork, Ireland, to a large Quaker family already involved in social welfare and reform. Married the feminist theorist Thomas Haslam in 1854.

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Anna Haslam

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Anna Haslam, 1829 - 1922

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