Person    | Female  Born 11/4/1858  Died 27/4/1950

Maud Palmer, Countess of Selborne

Political and women's rights activist. Conservative and Unionist Women’s Franchise Association.

Born Marylebone as Beatrix Maud Gascoyne-Cecil. 1883 married the Liberal politician William Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne. 1905-10 he was posted to South Africa where she promoted votes for women.

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Maud Palmer, Countess of Selborne

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Fawcett frieze - 18, Selborne

Maud Lady Selborne, 1858 - 1950

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