Person    | Female  Born 29/4/1880  Died 22/3/1961

Catherine Marshall

Categories: Gender Issues, Peace

Catherine Elizabeth Marshall was a suffragist and campaigner against conscription during WW1. She moved her interests from women's votes to peace and worked in Geneva supporting the League of Nations. Born Harrow, where her father taught at the school.

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Catherine Marshall, 1880 - 1961

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