Person    | Female  Born 17/10/1810  Died 11/4/1908

Clementia Taylor

Women's activist. Born Clementia Doughty at Brockdish, Norfolk. She married Peter Alfred Taylor in 1842, and they became involved with many social and political movements, particularly anti-slavery. Died at 16 Eaton Place, Brighton.

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Aubrey House

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