Person    | Female  Born 26/2/1854  Died 16/12/1924

Catherine Courtauld Osler

Categories: Gender Issues

Catherine Courtauld Taylor was a social reformer and suffragist. President of Birmingham Women’s Suffrage Society.

Born in Bridgwater to parents who supported women's suffrage. Married Alfred Osler who ran the family firm in Birmingham making the crystal for chandeliers.

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Catherine Courtauld Osler

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Fawcett frieze - 12, Osler

Catherine Courtauld Osler, 1854 - 1924

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