Person    | Female  Born 30/6/1873  Died 26/12/1961

Caroline Beatrix Bridgeman

Political activist and churchwoman. Née Parker. Supported her husband's political campaign but also worked in her own right, for example as a BBC governor. She was invested as a Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of The British Empire (DBE) in 1924 and became Viscountess Bridgeman when her husband, William Clive Bridgeman, was created at the 1st Viscount Bridgeman in 1929. Our Picture source gives details of her family.

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Caroline Beatrix Bridgeman

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F N Hospital - Duchess of Albany

This stone was laid on January 18th 1909 by HRH the Duchess of Albany. Presid...

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Jules Pipe

Jules Pipe

 Mayor of Hackney 2002 - 16. In Hackney the Mayor is directly elected and is responsible for the executive function of the Council. unlike in many other Councils where it is a mainly ceremonial rol...

Person, Politics & Administration

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Charles J. Clark

Charles J. Clark

Co-Churchwarden of St Michael & All Angels Church in Bedford Park in 1887.

Person, Politics & Administration

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F. L. Chandler

F. L. Chandler

Co-churchwarden of St Mary Abbots, Kensington in 1894.

Person, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson

President of the USA 1913 - 1921.  the photo shows him at Buckingham Palace on his 1918 visit.  Left to right: Mrs Wilson, Queen Mary, President Wilson, King George V, Princess Mary.

Person, Politics & Administration, USA

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Sarah Reddish

Sarah Reddish

Sarah Reddish was a Bolton-based trade unionist and suffragette, who was active in the cooperative movement. A supporter of women running for local elections as a springboard to gaining national vo...

Person, Gender Issues, Politics & Administration

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