Person    | Female  Born /8/1930 

Councillor Mrs Terence Mallinson

Councillor of Westminster City Council. Lord Mayor of Westminster 1986-1987.

It seems strange that a Councillor would chose to use her husband's name when carrying out official duties, in the 80s - very old fashioned.

Our colleague, Andrew Behan, has carried out some research on this person. Anne Mary Butler Wilson was born in August 1930, a daughter of David Butler Wilson M.C. (1889-1961) and Dorothy Catherine Wilson née Bunn (b.1898). Her birth was registered in the Manchester South, Lancashire, registration district and her father was a paper merchant.

On 4 June 1955 she married Terence Stuart Mallinson (1929-2019) in the Macclesfield, Cheshire, registration district and they had four children: Lawrence Stuart Mallinson (b.4 September 1957), Michael David Stuart Mallinson (b.22 April 1959), Sheila Mary Anne Maillinson (b.24 May 1961) and Roland Arthur Stuart Mallinson (b.13 June 1966).

She was appointed as a Justice of the Peace in Westminster and was elected as a councillor on Westminster Council where she served as the Lord Mayor of Westminster for the 1986-87 year of office. She was made an Officer in the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) and according to Companies House she held directorships in 10 companies.

Our picture shows her with her late husband.

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Councillor Mrs Terence Mallinson

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