Person    | Female  Born 4/6/1887  Died 16/7/1940

Ray Strachey

Feminist, Liberal politician, mathematician, engineer, artist and writer. NUWSS, unsuccessfully stood for Parliament.

Born as Rachel Pearsall Conn Costelloe. 1911 she married civil servant Oliver Strachey, brother of Lytton. Died London.

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Ray Strachey

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Ray Strachey, 1887 - 1940

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