Person    | Female  Born 21/10/1867  Died 11/3/1954

Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence

Suffragette. Born Bristol. Married Frederick. A happy marriage they shared their surnames and worked together for the cause. Died Gomshall, Surrey.

The picture shows, left to right: Constance Lytton, Annie Kenney, Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, Christabel Pankhurst and Sylvia Pankhurst.

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Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence

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Fawcett frieze - 28, Pethick-Lawrence

Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, 1867 - 1954, Frederick Pethick-Lawrence, 1871 - 1961

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LSE buildings renamed after suffrage campaigners

The renaming, reported by The Tab, was to celebrate 100 years since women gai...

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Suffragettes - WC2 - new building

We first saw this plaque when it was on the building that used to occupy this...

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Suffragettes - WC2 - previous building

'Lost' in this instance means moved to a different building.

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