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name image description date of birth date of death occupation Oxford Dictionary of National Biography ID item
Adeliza Basset wife of Thomas Basset 1200s 61219 Q18572165
Petronilla de la Mare married first Robert de Montfort (d. 1274) and second John de la Mare (d. 1313) 1248 1200s 61222 Q18674335
Matilda de Percy countess of Warwick and magnate 1200s magnate 47214 Q18176337
Amice Countess of Rochefort and suo jure countess of Leicester 1215 54468 Q19036965
Philippa Basset countess of Warwick and magnate 1265 magnate 47229 Q18681526
Isabel de Warenne English religious patron 1282 60821 Q18529204
Margaret de Neville Wife of Geoffrey de Neville 1319 61231 Q18528951
Joan Willoughby, Lady Willoughly wife of John Willoughby, 2nd Lord Willoughby 1354 61774 Q19325169
Cecily Willoughby, Lady Willoughby Spouse of John Willoughby, 3rd Lord Willoughby 1372 61775 Q18875370
Katherine Sutton English abbess of Barking and supposed liturgical dramatist 1376 abbess 53637 Q18576617
Katherine Pole freewoman of the city of London 1387 75215 Q18922090
Matilda Penne shopkeeper, trader, skinner 1390s businessperson
skinner
artisan
shopkeeper
75222 Q18529313
Elizabeth d'Abenon daughter and inheritor of William d'Abenon (d. 1358), MP 1340 1390s heiress 61211 Q18730255
Elizabeth Luttrell Wife of Sir Andrew Luttrell (died 1378), daughter of Hugh Courtenay, 10th Earl of Devon 1395 65245 Q18576132
Elizabeth Willoughby, Baroness Willoughby spouse of Robert Willoughby, 4th Baron Willoughby 1395 61776 Q18593028
Cecily Yharom trader in York 1396 64495 Q18813173
Agnes Ramsey ran the family masonry business 1400s businessperson 75221 Q18670643
Alice Chaworth English heiress married to William Chaworth (1352–1398) 1345 1400 heiress 65320 Q19801503
Katherine Constable wife of Sir Marmaduke Constable (d. 1404) 1404 61156 Q18783833
Mary Lodewyk widow of the London tallow-chandler Robert Lodewyk 1407 75216 Q18529195
Edith Wilton English prioress of Carrow 1430 nun 107180 Q28059850
Joan Hill English bell-maker 1441 75223 Q18576435
Margaret Stourton English abbess of Shaftesbury 1441 nun 61259 Q18880110
Elizabeth Felmersham English abbess of Godstow (d. 1446) 1446 abbess 104419 Q18528564
Margaret Darcy, Lady Darcy Wife of John Darcy, fourth Baron Darcy, awarded state pension 1454 59056 Q18528946
Alice Holford bailiff of London Bridge 1455 bailiff 75228 Q19324972
Agnes Spring wife of Thomas (I) Spring 1457 61759 Q18761882
Isabel Chaworth wife of Thomas (IV) Chaworth 1402 1458 65323 Q18576361
Eleanor Boteler English noblewoman 1468 63285 Q18730247
Alice Henley English abbess of Godstow 1470 abbess 54450 Q18526427
Isabelle Sayer silkwoman and merchant 1473 merchant 75219 Q18529232
Agnes Paston English heiress 1479 heiress 61164 Q18670642
Joan Reynold bell founder 1483 bellfounder 75224 Q18593189
Margaret Paston English heiress (1421/2–1484) 1422 1484 heiress 61165 Q18674137
Joan Greyndour English school founder 1400 1485 benefactor 107508 Q28082214
Margaret Willoughby English heiress (c.1401–1493) 1401 1493 65023 Q18674142
Anne Rotheley silk throwster, sikwoman 1496 75211 Q18526499
Marion Kent trader in York 1500 64496 Q18529029
Margaret Spring wife of Thomas (II) Spring 1504 61761 Q18593352
Agnes Grebill English Lollard in Kent 1511 63492 Q18917161
Joan Washingby English Lollard in Coventry 1512 63491 Q18530084
Alice Hampton English vowess and benefactor (d. 1516) 1516 benefactor 102118 Q18572203
Elizabeth Barlow Courtier, married Alexander, 1st Lord Elphinstone, and John, 6th Lord Forbes 1518 73502 Q21175599
Agnes Hungerford, Lady Hungerford English murderer 1523 14169 Q21262116
Margaret Shelton wife of John Shelton (died 1558) 1530 1536 70838 Q18674140
Alice Spring wife of Thomas (III) Spring 1538 61763 Q18592928
Joan Cooke Widow (d. 1544/5) of John Cooke of Gloucester, benefactor 1544 94982 Q18530075
Margaret Vernon English abbess of Malling 1546 nun 109078 Q28090158
Elizabeth Shelley abbess of St Mary's, Winchester 1547 abbess 104416 Q18528626
Joan Harkey English prioress of Ellerton (d. 1550) 1550 prioress 74102 Q18576434
Elizabeth Lorde Lorde, Elizabeth (d. 1551), prioress of Wilberfoss 1551 74101 Q18671127
Maud Lane Lane [née Parr], Maud [Matilda], Lady Lane (c.1507–1558/9), courtier 1558 70800 Q18559835
Elizabeth Wilford Wilford [née Gale], Elizabeth (d. 1559), merchant 1559 40610 Q18756685
Marion Cochrane Cochrane, Marion (d. 1559), tenant farmer 1559 70477 Q19325998
Margaret Bourchier Countess of Bath 1510 1561 count 75935 Q18528938
Christabel Cowper English Benedictine nun, prioress of Marrick 1495 1562 nun
prioress
104429 Q18527055
Elizabeth Fane Fane [Vane; née Brydges], Elizabeth, Lady Fane (d. 1568), literary patron 1568 writer 68050 Q18730257
Katherine Knollys Knollys [née Carey], Katherine, Lady Knollys (c.1523–1569), courtier 1523 1569 69747 Q18922088
Elizabeth Woodford English nun 1502 1572 nun 109719 Q28092668
Jane Dacre English noblewoman 1575 77083 Q19325114
Katherine Palmer English abbess of Syon 1576 abbess 96817 Q19325902
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Native American woman captured by Martin Frobisher 1577 76630 Q18526538
Katherine Campbell, Countess of Crawford Scottish noblewoman 1578 69900 Q18922085
Anne Radcliffe English countess of Sussex (d. 1579x82) 1579 75611 Q18819370
Elleine Smith Englishwoman executed for witchcraft 1579-04 70263 Q18671137
Elizabeth Frauncis Englishwoman executed for witchcraft 1529 1579-04 70260 Q18761940
Elizabeth Bennett Englishwoman executed for witchcraft 1582-04 70258 Q18917509
Joan Jugge Jugge, Richard (c.1514–1577), bookseller and printer 1588 15158 Q18671672
Joan Cunny Englishwoman executed for witchcraft 1509 1589-07-05 70259 Q18576430
Joan Prentice Englishwoman executed for witchcraft 1589-07-05 70262 Q18917357
Euphame MacCalzean L. A. Yeoman, ‘North Berwick witches (act. 1590–1592)’, first published 1591 77130 Q18810708
Barbara Napier 1592 77129 Q18526604
Julian Penn Penn [née Arthur; other married name Hicks], Julian (d. 1592), moneylender 1592 moneylender 52153 Q18811001
Margaret Brayne London theatre owner 1593 68130 Q18576672
Janet Fockart Fockart, Janet (d. 1596), merchant and moneylender 1596 66294 Q18671660
Mary Maitland Maitland, Mary (d. 1596), writer 1596 68146 Q18917748
Margery Norris d. 1599, wife of Henry Norris, first Baron Norris 1599-12 69748 Q18762036
Mary Ramsey Ramsey [née Dale; other married name Avery], Mary, Lady Ramsey (d. 1601), philanthropist 1601 95611 Q18559832
Elizabeth Sander Bridgettine nun and writer (d. 1607) 1607 nun
writer
105928 Q19335456
Alison Campbell Campbell, Alison (d. 1608), minister's wife 1608 70478 Q18874964
Jane Wiseman English recusant and priest harbourer 1610 69040 Q18819505
Maria Thynne Thynne [née Touchet], Maria, Lady Thynne (c.1578–1611), gentlewoman 1578 1611 64887 Q18529011
Alice Nutter accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1612 77047 Q18526429
Elizabeth Sowthernes accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1532 1612 77039 Q18528628
Joan Thynne Thynne [née Hayward], Joan, Lady Thynne (bap. 1558, d. 1612), gentlewoman 1558 1612 64886 Q18530083
Elizabeth Device accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1571 1612 77041 Q18576126
Anne Redfearn accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1612 77046 Q18875088
Alizon Device accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1612 77044 Q18917206
Anne Whittle accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1532 1612 77045 Q18917240
Margaret Clement prioress of St Ursula's, Louvain (1539–1612) 1539 1612 prioress 105818 Q19335534
Jennet Preston accused in the Pendle witch hunt 1612 77040 Q27686029
Dorothy Pelham English benefactor 1613 95013 Q18546140
Dorothy Arundell Arundell, Dorothy (1559/60–1613), author and Benedictine nun 1550s 1613 nun
writer
68019 Q18576044
Joanne Berkeley abbess of the Convent of the Assumption of Our Blessed Lady, Brussels (1555/6–1616) 1550s 1616 abbess 105817 Q19335493
Mary Radcliffe Radcliffe, Mary (c.1550–1617/18), courtier 1617 courtier 92795 Q18529237
Isabel Darcy Darcy [née Wray; other married names Foljambe, Bowes], Isabel, Lady Darcy (d. 1622), patron of clergymen 1622 74444 Q18576362
Mary Gunter Gunter [née Cresswell], Mary (1586–1622), convert to protestantism 1586 1622 71780 Q18783851
Mary Weld benefactor and patron of ministers (bap. 1560?) 1623 benefactor 66941 Q18880135
Anne Drury oversaw the households in London and Suffolk 1572 1624 76513 Q18810596
Bessie Clarksone Scottish exemplar of godly life 1625 46898 Q18526663
Katherine Cary, Countess of Home spouse of James Home, 2nd Earl of Home 1609 1625 107171 Q28059790
Joan Drake English gentlewoman 1586 1625 107351 Q28070961
Helen Livingstone Scottish royal tutor 1627 46909 Q18756745
Elizabeth Kitson English music patron 1546 1628 patron of the arts 75936 Q18528593
Mary Lovel Lovel, Mary [née Jane Roper], Lady Lovel (c.1564–1628), founder of the English Carmelite convent at Antwerp 1564 1628 69036 Q19324883
Katherine Paston English estate manager and letter writer 1578 1629 46917 Q18528270
Elizabeth Danby wife of Sir Thomas Danby, died 1629 1629 75316 Q18576125
Frances Matthew Matthew [née Barlow; other married name Parker], Frances (1550/51–1629), benefactor 1550 1629 72735 Q18671178
Ann Carter Carter [formerly Barrington], Ann (d. 1629), protester 1629 67262 Q18810593
Elizabeth Knatchbull Knatchbull, Elizabeth (name in religion Lucy) (1584–1629), abbess of the Convent of the Immaculate Conception, Ghent 1584 1629 abbess 66981 Q18528600
Anne Cecil Cecil née Lake; other married name Rodney, Anne, Lady Ros (1599x1601–1630), noblewoman 1599 1630 70622 Q18526493
Dorothy Lawson Lawson [née Constable], Dorothy (1580–1632), recusant and priest harbourer 1580 1632 69034 Q18576060
Katherine Barnardiston Barnardiston [née Banks], Katherine, Lady Barnardiston (d. 1633), patron of puritanism 1633 68914 Q18674058
Alice Sutcliffe author 1624 1634 writer 46925 Q18670712
Grace Babthorpe English Catholic heiress 1563 1635 heiress 69427 Q18546376
Magdalene Aston short-lived wife of Sir Thomas Aston, first baronet (1600–1646) 1635 67737 Q18936191
Frances Egerton English noblewoman 1583 1636 65143 Q18534153
Dorothy Stafford Stafford [née Devereux; other married name Shirley], Lady Dorothy (1600–1636), literary patron and poet 1600 1636 poet
patron of the arts
68096 Q18546141
Jane Burdett Burdett [née Francis], Jane, Lady Burdett (d. 1637), literary patron 1637 67232 Q19325111
Jane Ratcliffe Ratcliffe [née Brerewood], Jane (d. 1638), exemplar of godly life 1638 66715 Q18576414
Mary Hamilton Wife (1612/13?–1638) of James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Hamilton 1612 1638-05-10 duke 12114 Q18674192
Elizabeth Shirley Augustinian nun and author 1564 1641 author 45824 Q18576138
Aurelia Molins English midwife 1582 1641 surgeon 73024 Q19037955
Joan Barrington matriarch and patron of clergy 1558 1641 65888 Q18530068
Mary Percy Percy, Lady Mary (c.1570–1642), abbess of the Convent of the Assumption of Our Blessed Lady, Brussels 1570 1642 66980 Q19324898
Mary Darcy wife of Thomas Darcy, 3rd Baron Darcy of Chiche 1565 1644 75937 Q18529149
Anne Worsley founding prioress of the English Carmelite convent, Antwerp (1588–1644) 1588 1644 founder
prioress
105826 Q19335419
Mary Sackville Sackville [née Curzon], Mary, countess of Dorset (bap. 1586, d. 1645), royal governess 1586 1645 governess 92426 Q18529249
Pudentiana Deacon Deacon, Pudentiana (1580/81?–1645), Benedictine nun and translator 1580 1645 translator 68048 Q18576841
Mrs Attaway Attaway, Mrs (fl. 1645–1646), Baptist preacher 1645 1646 preacher 45478 Q18811097
Martha Moulsworth Moulsworth, Martha (1577–1646), poet 1577 1646 poet 47074 Q18674170
Anna Cunningham Scottish noblewoman 1647 67437 Q18572238
Lettice Cary Cary [née Morison], Lettice, Viscountess Falkland (c.1612–1647), noblewoman and benefactor 1612 1647 66709 Q18811023
Mary Overton Overton, Richard (fl. 1640–1663), Leveller and pamphleteer 1646 1647 70367 Q18917751
Bridget Egerton Egerton (née Grey), Bridget, Lady Egerton (d. 1648), religious writer 1648 writer 68054 Q18526681
Susanna Howard, Countess of Suffolk English exemplar of godly life 1627 1649 66710 Q19325511
Lucy Cary English Benedictine nun 1619 1650 nun 105830 Q28053546
Joyce Jefferies Jefferies, Joyce (c.1570–1650), moneylender and diarist 1570 1650 71790 Q18576605
Mary Cary English millenarian writer 1621 1650 writer 37266 Q19043376
Katherine Stuart Stuart [née Howard], Katherine, Lady Aubigny [other married name Katherine Livingston, Viscountess Newburgh] (d. 1650), conspirator 1650 66716 Q19325911
Katherine Forbes Forbes, Katherine, Lady Rothiemay (c.1583–1652/3), noblewoman 1652 66920 Q18879881
Elizabeth Jekyll English diarist 1624 1653 diarist 68780 Q18528582
Cecily Dillon Dillon, Cecily (c.1603–1653), Poor Clare abbess 1603 1653 abbess 67217 Q18922106
Elizabeth Avery Avery [née Parker], Elizabeth (fl. 1614–1653), prophetess 1614 1653 prophet 69074 Q18917503
Frances Danby wife of Christopher Danby, died 1654 1654 75317 Q18576172
Margaret Radcliffe English abbess 1582 1654 67459 Q18674138
Elizabeth Wilkinson English spiritual autobiographer 1613 1654 autobiographer 66353 Q18730259
Anne Venn Venn, Anne (bap. 1627, d. 1654), religious radical and diarist 1627 1654 69139 Q18670746
Alice L'Estrange (1585–1656), keeper of household and estate accounts 1585 1656 accountant 68097 Q18917203
Sarah Gater English merchant 1605 1656 merchant 60701 Q21297000
Winefrid Wigmore English Roman Catholic religious sister and schoolmistress 1585 1657 teacher 68089 Q18577253
Susan DuVerger DuVerger, Susan [Susan Du Vergeere; née Suzanne de La Vallée] (bap. 1610, d. 1657x9), translator and author 1610 1657 translator 46901 Q18528539
Judith Barrington Barrington [née Lytton], Judith, Lady Barrington (d. 1657), gentlewoman 1657 46469 Q18576606
Isabella Twysden Twysden [née Saunder], Isabella, Lady Twysden (1605–1657), diarist 1605 1657 93802 Q19042065
Anne Middleton Middleton, Anne (d. 1658), benefactor 1658 benefactor 66529 Q18917237
Elizabeth Lumley, Viscountess Lumley of Waterford English benefactor 1578 1658 benefactor 66528 Q26828332
Elizabeth Fletcher Fletcher, Elizabeth (1638?–1658), Quaker preacher 1658 67219 Q18954176
Jane Kitchen Kitchen, Jane (d. 1658), farmer and parish constable 1658 73211 Q19042946
Susanna Parr Parr, Susanna (fl. 1650–1659), religious writer 1650 1659 writer 66714 Q18528562
Sarah Gibbons Gibbons, Sarah (1634/5–1659), Quaker preacher in America 1634 1659 69084 Q18576996
Catharine Bentley Bentley, Catharine (name in religion Magdalen Augustine) (1591–1659), abbess and translator 1591 1659 translator
abbess
68026 Q18575953
Hester Shaw Shaw [née Essex], Hester (bap. 1586?, d. 1660), midwife 1660 midwife 37951 Q18877357
Anne Walker English educational benefactor 1631 1660 benefactor 67112 Q18534126
Mary Love Love [née Stone], Mary (fl. 1639–1660), religious writer and biographer 1639 1660 74442 Q18559829
Ann Brockman Brockman [née Bunce], Ann, Lady Brockman (d. 1660), writer on medicine 1660 68030 Q19037277
Penelope Darcy English recusant heiress 1593 1661 75938 Q18530576
Elizabeth Hampton Hampton, Elizabeth [Bess] (d. 1661), conventicle keeper and laundress 1661 67068 Q18671123
Mary Box Box, Henry (1585–1662), educational benefactor 1585 1662 benefactor 95021 Q18811060
Frances Cecil English noblewoman 1580 1663 70625 Q18529092
Katherine Sutton Sutton, Katherine (fl. 1630–1663), prophetess 1630 1663 69336 Q18674061
Elizabeth Harris Harris, Elizabeth (fl. 1655/6–1663), Quaker missionary 1663 missionary 69085 Q18875812
Dorothy Durie Anglo-Irish writer on education  (c.1613–1664) 1613 1664 writer 55437 Q18576048
Hannah Allen English bookseller (fl. 1632–1664) 1632 1664 57039 Q18576273
Sarah Cheevers Cheevers [née Shenel], Sarah (c.1608–1664?), Quaker missionary 1608 1664 missionary 64776 Q18576988
Sarah Jinner Jinner, Sarah (fl. 1658–1664), compiler of almanacs and medical practitioner 1658 1664 60915 Q18672320
Mary Ashwell servant of Samuel Pepys 1662 1664 96288 Q18936201
Elizabeth Langham Langham [née Hastings], Lady Elizabeth (1635–1664), exemplar of godly life 1635 1664 71779 Q18671126
Frances Hobart Hobart [née Egerton], Lady Frances (1603–1664), religious patron and benefactor 1603 1664 66725 Q18819426
Marcy Clay Clay, Marcy (d. 1665), highwaywoman and thief 1665 thief
highwayman
73926 Q18528909
Elizabeth Leavens English Quaker missionary 1665 missionary 69086 Q18529695
Martha Simmonds Simmonds [Simmons; née Calvert], Martha (bap. 1624, d. 1665), Quaker and author 1624 1665 37959 Q19043366
Barker Female servant of Samuel Pepys  (fl. 1665–1667) 1665 1667 domestic worker 96290 Q18526606
Jean Guild Guild, Jean (bap. 1573, d. 1667), philanthropist 1573 1667 66919 Q18576423
Elizabeth Evelinge Evelinge, Elizabeth (name in religion Catharine Magdalen) (1596/7–1668), abbess of Aire and translator 1590s 1668 translator
abbess
75294 Q18528560
Margaret Throckmorton prioress of St Monica's, Louvain (1591–1668) 1591 1668 prioress 106107 Q19335539
Hannah Gifford English schoolmistress (fl. 1629–1668) 1629 1668 67537 Q18759285
Mary Pordage Pordage, John (bap. 1607, d. 1681), religious leader and physician 1668 69335 Q19324902
Winifred Gosnell servant of Samuel Pepys 1662 1669 96287 Q18917776
Thomasine Pendarves aspiring visionary prophet with influence on Abingdon Baptists 1618 1670s prophet 69926 Q18577118
Jane Mico English benefactor 1670 benefactor 96272 Q18529951
Anne Sadleir Sadleir [née Coke], Anne (1585–1671/2), literary patron 1585 1671 68095 Q18572260
Hannah Stranger Stranger, Hannah (fl. 1656–1671), Quaker missionary 1656 1671 missionary 69127 Q18783684
Katherine Gell Gell [née Packer], Katherine (bap. 1624, d. 1671), religious patron 1624 1671 66997 Q18917632
Mary Vere Vere [née Tracy; other married name Hoby], Mary, Lady Vere (1581–1671), gentlewoman and patron of ministers 1581 1671 40534 Q18534235
Julia Palmer Palmer, Julia (fl. 1664–1673), poet 1664 1673 poet 68381 Q18576608
Dorothy Hazzard Hazzard [other married name Kelly], Dorothy (d. 1674), Baptist leader 1674 72736 Q18576055
Jane Gordon Scottish patron of ministers 1675 66717 Q18529946
Catherine Gascoigne abbess of Cambrai (1601–1676) 1601 1676 abbess 68225 Q19335430
Dering Unton Dering [née Gibbes], Unton, Lady Dering (d. 1676), letter writer and political agent 1676 93800 Q18821908
Susannah Whitrowe Subject of a religious biography 1662 1677 69347 Q21401367
Frances Wolfreston English book collector 1607 1677-01 68912 Q18534154
Theodosia Alleine English nonconformist writer (fl. 1654–1677) 1654 1677 writer 67079 Q18528683
Elizabeth Weaver Weaver [née Farley], Elizabeth (fl. 1661–1678), actress 1661 1678 67770 Q18671136
Elizabeth Hall Wife of Michael Hall, ironmaster 1679 56138 Q18875798
Mary Prince Prince, Mary (d. 1679), Quaker preacher 1679 69115 Q18559831
Katherine McLoughlin McLoughlin [nic Lochlainn; married name Norton], Katherine (fl. 1671–1679), Quaker preacher 1671 1679 67223 Q18576616
Elizabeth Foxcroft English theosophist (1600–1679) 1600 1679 53695 Q19325538
Rachael Fane Fane, Lady Rachael [married names Rachael Bourchier, countess of Bath; Rachael Cranfield, countess of Middlesex] (bap. 1613, d. 1680), estate manager and benefactor 1613 1680 93575 Q18530681
Margaret Clark Clark, Margaret [Margret] (d. 1680), arsonist 1680 67999 Q18576673
Anne Eyre Eyre [née Aldersey], Anne (1612/13–1681), account keeper 1612 1681 56086 Q19325089
Emelia Geddie Geddie, Emelia [Emilia] (1665–1681), child prophet and exemplar of godliness 1665 1681 55912 Q19325573
Margaret Baxter religious nonconformist and wife of Richard Baxter 1636 1681-06-14 67877 Q18528925
Elizabeth Cary English Benedictine nun 1682 nun 105829 Q28053500
Barbara Constable Benedictine nun and writer (1617–1684) 1617 1684 nun
writer
105819 Q19335426
Jane Voss Voss, Jane [alias Jane Roberts] (d. 1684), highwaywoman and thief 1684 highwayman
thief
73928 Q18529970
Anne King King, Anne [married names Anne Dutton; Anne Howe, Lady Howe] (b. in or before 1621, d. 1684x1701), poet and literary muse 1684 poet 68071 Q19325096
Elizabeth Butler Butler [née Preston], Elizabeth, duchess of Ormond and suo jure Lady Dingwall (1615–1684), noblewoman 1615 1684 duke 67044 Q18759265
Margaret Maclauchlan Scottish covenanter 1621 1685 67249 Q18559821
Frances Kent Kent, Frances (d. 1685), midwife 1685 58694 Q18730276
Mary Evelyn Evelyn [née Browne], Mary (c.1635–1709), correspondent 1665 1685 68254 Q19324865
Mary Forster English religious writer 1619 1686 69082 Q18576722
Mary Simmons Simmons, Matthew (b. in or before 1608, d. 1654), bookseller and printer 1686 69234 Q19043385
Ann Smith Smith, Ann (fl. 1682–1686), political activist 1682 1686 67257 Q19325064
Anna Williams Williams [formerly Cromwell], Anna (bap. 1623, d. 1687/8), compiler of a manuscript miscellany 1623 1687 68261 Q18875072
Virginia Ferrar English bookbinder and sericulturist 1688 bookbinder 60959 Q18672690
Elizabeth Cox Cox, Elizabeth (fl. 1671–1688), actress 1671 1688 67759 Q18576122
Paulina Pepys sister of Samuel Pepys (1640–1689) 1640 1689 96286 Q19325084
Anne Neville Neville, Anne (1605–1689), abbess of Pontoise 1605 1689 40630 Q19037389
Mary Thimelby prioress of St Monica's, Louvain, and author (1618/19–1690) 1610s 1690 prioress
writer
105825 Q19335549
Martha Carrier figure of the Salem witch trials 1692 77293 Q18674167
Theophila Townsend Townsend, Theophila (d. 1692), Quaker activist and writer 1692 activist
writer
69135 Q18757137
Ann Purdeator hanged in the Salem witch trials 1692 77281 Q18821759
Katharine Evans English Quaker missionary 1618 1692 missionary 45814 Q18831211
Sarah, fourth duchess of Somerset Seymour benefactor (1631–1692) 1631 1692 benefactor
duke
106715 Q19335591
Mary Cary English Benedictine nun 1693 nun 105831 Q28053564
Charlotte Butler Butler, Charlotte (fl. 1674–1693), actress and singer 1674 1693 65867 Q18875484
Lydia Dustin minor figure in the Salem witch trials 1693-03-03 defendant 77298 Q22998152
Victoria Cary spouse of Sir William Uvedale 1694 107172 Q28059797
Rose MacDonnell MacDonnell [née O'Neill], Rose, marchioness of Antrim (1631–1695), noblewoman 1631 1695 69582 Q19325410
Jane Sowle Sowle, Andrew (1628–1695), printer 1628 1695 printer 70168 Q18529958
Mrs Ayliff Ayliff, Mrs (fl. 1692–1696), singer and actress 1692 1696 65922 Q18530422
Mary Knatchbull Knatchbull, Mary (1610–1696), abbess of the Convent of the Immaculate Conception, Ghent 1610 1696 abbess 66452 Q18529183
Lilias Skene Scottish Quaker preacher and poet 1627 1697 preacher
poet
69911 Q21400403
Katherine Ross Ross [née Collace], Katherine (c.1635–1697), memoirist and schoolmistress 1635 1697 45821 Q18811008
Mary Speke Speke [née Pye], Mary (fl. 1641–1697), nonconformist patron and political activist 1641 1697 67750 Q18880133
Honora Fitzjames Sarsfield, Patrick, Jacobite first earl of Lucan (d. 1693), army officer 1675 1698 67042 Q18917222
Jane Papillon Papillon (née Broadnax), Jane (1627–1698), letter writer 1627 1698 correspondent (female) 69097 Q18936113
Ann Putnam Accuser in the Salem Witch Trials (1662–1699) 1662 1699 77277 Q18756589
Elizabeth Mostyn English Carmelite nun 1626 1700 nun 107169 Q28055257
M. Marsin Marsin [Mersin, Mercin], M. (fl. 1696–1701), theologian 1696 1701 67713 Q18813301
Isabel Yeamans Quaker preacher 1637 1704 preacher 69145 Q18529211
Mary Clarke English letter writer 1705 correspondent (female) 66720 Q18576717
Anne Shadwell Shadwell, Thomas (c.1640–1692), playwright and poet 1661 1705 playwright 76760 Q18756590
Elizabeth Stirredge English Quaker prophet and autobiographer 1634 1706 autobiographer
writer
prophet
45827 Q21279287
Mary Campion Campion, Mary Anne (c.1687–1706), singer and dancer 1687 1706 70104 Q18783847
Henrietta Berkeley Berkeley, Lady Henrietta [Harriett] (b. in or after 1664, d. 1706), figure of scandal 1706 figure of scandal 68002 Q19325910
Susan Hawley Hawley, Susan [name in religion Mary of the Conception] (1622–1706), Sepulchrine prioress 1622 1706 prioress 66982 Q18922304
Katherine Hamilton Hamilton, Katherine, duchess of Atholl (1662–1707), noblewoman 1662 1707 duke 70530 Q18732858
Joan Darby Darby, John (d. 1704), printer 1708 67080 Q18576432
Mary Fenwick Fenwick, Sir John, third baronet (c.1644–1697), army officer and Jacobite conspirator 1708 74441 Q18593356
Catherine Nicks English merchant 1709 merchant 67986 Q18526717
Mary Evelyn English letter writer and wife of John Evelyn 1635 1709 correspondent (female) 53216 Q18759359
Elisabeth West Scottish servant and memoirist 1690 1709 domestic worker
memoirist
68935 Q18671112
Sarah Hewley Hewley [née Wolrych], Sarah, Lady Hewley (1627–1710), benefactor 1627 1710 benefactor 13156 Q18528119
Anne Docwra religious writer 1624 1710-09-14 religious writer 45813 Q22997992
Dudleya North English orientalist 1675 1712 orientalist 20299 Q18527859
Mary More More, Mary (d. c.1713), writer and artist 1713 painter
writer
68257 Q18922144
Mary Lindsey British singer 1697 1713 singer 70111 Q21337014
Katherine Lowther Lowther [née Thynne], Katherine, Viscountess Lonsdale (1653–1713), electoral patron 1653 1713 67731 Q18762022
Hester Fleetwood compiler of recipes 1714 56073 Q18783700
Leonora David Huguenot businesswoman 1637 1715 businessperson 45545 Q18576631
Joan Dant Dant, Joan (1631–1715), pedlar and benefactor 1631 1715 peddler
benefactor
53237 Q18576431
Elizabeth Delaval Delaval [née Livingston], Lady Elizabeth (1648?–1717), memoirist and Jacobite agent 1649 1717 68215 Q18671120
Hester Davenport Davenport (married name Hoet), Hester (known as Roxalana), styled countess of Oxford (1642–1717), actress 1642 1717 actor 70999 Q18528837
Frances Russell Daughter of Oliver Cromwell 1638 1720 65816 Q18810718
Catherine Holland Roman Catholic convert, nun, and autobiographer (1637–1720) 1637 1720 nun
autobiographer
105823 Q19335432
Sarah Cowper Cowper [née Holled], Sarah, Lady Cowper (1644–1720), diarist 1644 1720 66718 Q18576990
Alice Hayes Hayes [other married name Smith], Alice (1657–1720), Quaker preacher and autobiographer 1657 1720 autobiographer
writer
preacher
65560 Q18572204
Anna Cotton Second wife of William (II) Cotton, ironmaster 1721 56296 Q18875045
Barbara Spencer Spencer [married name Dowling or Dawlin], Barbara (c.1697–1721), coiner 1697 1721 65523 Q18670783
Marion Veitch Scottish diarist 1639 1722 memoirist 45831 Q18576699
Esther d Hervart Hervart, Esther d' [married name Esther de la Tour du Pin, marquise de Gouvernet in the French nobility; known as Madame de Gouvernet] (c.1636–1722), noblewoman and refugee 1636 1722 93494 Q18671159
Martha Giffard Giffard [née Temple], Martha, Lady Giffard (1639–1722), letter writer 1639
1638
1722 correspondent (female)
memoirist
55435 Q18559826
Jane Hyde Hyde [née Leveson-Gower], Jane, countess of Clarendon and Rochester (c.1672–1725), courtier 1672 1725 14331 Q18529948
Winifred Strickland Strickland [née Trentham], Winifred, Lady Strickland (1645–1725), Jacobite courtier 1645 1725 courtier 74354 Q18880398
Elizabeth Godolphin Godolphin, Elizabeth (bap. 1663, d. 1726), benefactor 1663 1726 benefactor 95354 Q18528575
Sileas NicDhomhnaill NicDhòmhnaill [MacDonald], Sìleas [Sìleas nighean Mhic Raghnaill] (c.1660–c.1729), Scottish Gaelic poet 1660 1729 poet 68271 Q18577011
Mary Drummond Drummond [married name Keith], Mary, Countess Marischal (1675–1729), Jacobite sympathizer 1675 1729 62762 Q18674187
Elizabeth Wiseman English noblewoman and litigant 1647 1730 69890 Q18821776
Charlotte Addison Countess Dowager of Warwick 1680 1731 55434 Q18810636
Marie Maillard Maillard [married name Briel], Marie (1680–1731), beneficiary of miraculous healing 1680 1731 66115 Q19325995
Margaret Pennyman Pennyman [née Angier], Margaret (bap. 1685, d. 1733), poet 1685 1733 poet 68282 Q18528972
Catherine Cibber Cibber [née Shore], Catherine (bap. 1669, d. 1734), singer and actress 1669 1734 singer
actor
65923 Q18917328
Anne Throckmorton English prioress of the Convent of Our Blessed Lady of Syon, Paris 1664 1734 nun 106108 Q28054552
Mary Campbell of Mamore Campbell [née Bellenden], Mary, of Mamore (bap. 1685, d. 1736), courtier 1685 1736 92351 Q19324857
Letitia Cross Cross, Letitia (bap. 1682?, d. 1737), singer and actress 1737 64328 Q18576635
Jane Moore English writer and businesswoman 1738 72234 Q19325120
Susanna Lister English natural history illustrator 1670 1738 illustrator 58454 Q21282699
Elizabeth Branch English murderer, daughter in a mother-daughter pair 1740 65515 Q19351705
Hester Pinney Pinney, Hester (1658–1740), businesswoman 1658 1740 businessperson 55393 Q18671472
Jane Hoare Pinney, Hester (1658–1740), businesswoman 1658 1740 businessperson
bankruptcy
55395 Q18671657
Mary Caesar English garden designer, 1677-1741 1677 1741 63032 Q18576714
Signora Violante Violante [Larini], Signora (1682–1741), rope-dancer and theatre company manager 1682 1741 rope dancer
theatre manager
64361 Q18534920
Jane Stuart Stuart, Jane (c.1654–1742), the alleged natural daughter of James II 1654 1742 38026 Q18576415
Rachel Pinney Sister of Pinney, Hester (1658–1740), businesswoman 1652 1743 businessperson 55394 Q18922194
Mary Edwards Edwards, Mary (1705?–1743), art patron 1704 1743 66538 Q18819667
Philip Trenchard English gentry (1663/4–1743) 1663 1743 67749 Q18954498
Mary Scott English courtier and royal mistress 1744 courtier
mistress
68126 Q18529251
Elizabeth Nutt Nutt [formerly Carr], Elizabeth (b. in or before 1666, d. 1746), printer and bookseller 1746 66882 Q18671132
Jane Kemeys gentlewoman 1747 75472 Q18576413
Catherine Mellish Mellish [née da Costa; other married name Villareal], Catherine Rachel [Kitty; known as Kitty da Costa Villareal] (1710–1747), breach of promise defendant 1710 1747 defendant 39731 Q18954093
Philippa Walton English gunpowder manufacturer 1675 1749 industrialist 48262 Q18811166
Tace Sowle Sowle [married name Sowle Raylton], Tace (1666–1749), printer and bookseller 1666 1749 printer
bookseller
67077 Q18528613
Frances Fitzroy Scudamore only child of the third viscount Scudamore 1711-08-01 1750-02-15 76459 Q18671175
Mary Stonehouse English heiress 1722 1751 heiress 67860 Q18756965
Mary Goddard Goddard [née Egan], Mary (bap. 1717, d. 1752), poet and milliner 1752 poet
modiste
65287 Q18880125
Sarah Savage English diarist 1664 1752 diarist
writer
45822 Q21246048
Elizabeth Justice Justice [née Surby], Elizabeth (1703–1752), author 1703 1752 writer 59243 Q18546159
Mary Howard English Jacobite sympathizer and landowner 1692 1754 landowner 73837 Q18811069
Frances Seymour, Duchess of Somerset English noblewoman (1699–1754) 1699 1754 writer 53787 Q18529123
Charlotte Maria Radclyffe, 3rd Countess of Newburgh Scottish Jacobite sympathiser 1694 1755 22978 Q18527031
Catherine da Costa British miniature painter 1679 1756 painter 72024 Q18730048
Margaret Ogilvy Scottish Jacobite 1724 1757 75062 Q18733064
Mary Peisley Peisley (married name Neale), Mary (1718–1757), Quaker minister 1718 1757 minister 45860 Q18529226
Mary Homfray wife of Francis Homfray (1674–1737), 1674 1758 58532 Q18529175
Elizabeth Fletcher Scottish scholar 1731 1758 erudite 64080 Q18936037
Eleanor Dalrymple Dalrymple [née Campbell; other married name Primrose], Eleanor, countess of Stair (d. 1759), victim of marital abuse 1759 70589 Q18528460
Teresa Blount Blount, Martha (1690–1763), Roman Catholic gentlewoman 1688 1759 71166 Q18757133
Maria Nossiter Nossiter, Maria Isabella (1735–1759), actress 1735 1759 actor 64355 Q18917696
Elizabeth Pennington English poet (1732–1759) 1732 1759-02 poet 74076 Q18681473
Elizabeth Throckmorton
Elizabeth Throckmorton.JPG
English prioress of the Convent of Our Blessed Lady of Syon, Paris 1694 1760 nun 106109 Q28054556
Henrietta Gordon Gordon [née Mordaunt], Henrietta, duchess of Gordon (1681/2–1760), Jacobite sympathizer 1681 1760 72726 Q18783692
Elizabeth Anson political correspondent and political manager 1725 1760 68350 Q18922201
Lydia Lancaster Lancaster [née Rawlinson], Lydia (1683–1761), Quaker minister 1683 1761 minister 68176 Q18559819
Janet Anderson milliner and maker of graveclothes 1697 1761 modiste 65573 Q18576416
Christian Learmonth Scottish milliner and shopkeeper 1762 modiste
shopkeeper
69627 Q18527065
Elizabeth Griffin English landowner 1691 1762 landowner 62679 Q18819416
Grace Chamber Chamber [née Hall], Grace (1676–1762), Quaker minister 1676 1762 68157 Q18761972
Sarah Chapone Chapone [Capon; née Kirkham], Sarah (1699–1764), author 1699 1764 feminist
writer
39723 Q18576987
Alice Harrison Harrison, Alice [known as Dame Alice] (c.1680–c.1765), schoolmistress 1680 1765 64660 Q18810584
Elizabeth Gambarini Gambarini [married name Chazal], Elizabeth [Elisabetta de Gambarini] (1730–1765), composer, keyboard player, and singer 1730 1765 composer
musician
singer
61865 Q18534150
Mary Mogg English barmaid (1698 or 1699 – 1766) 1698s 1766 bartender 40893 Q20747326
Elizabeth Baring Baring [née Vowler], Elizabeth (1702–1766), wool manufacturer and merchant 1702 1766 business magnate
businessperson
industrialist
merchant
53256 Q18875788
Helen Hope, Countess of Haddington Scottish forester 1677 1768 forester 70532 Q21307560
Sarah Ryan British Methodist preacher 1724 1768 preacher 98130 Q27918332
Ann Elliot Elliot, Ann (1743–1769), courtesan and actress 1743 1769 64332 Q19325061
Sarah Goddard American printer and newspaper publisher 1700 1770 printer
newspaper proprietor
73899 Q18528115
Jean Cathcart British diplomatic wife of Charles Schaw Cathcart , 9th Lord Cathcart 1726 1771 76190 Q18529998
Isabella Finch Finch, Lady (Cecilia) Isabella [Bell] (1700–1771), courtier 1700 1771 courtier 68377 Q18810791
Margaret Douglas Scottish noblewoman 1714 1774 70533 Q19325975
Elizabeth Strutt Strutt [née Woollat], Elizabeth (1729–1774), wife and business associate of Jedediah Strutt 1729 1774 businessperson 54677 Q18783635
Theresa Parker Parker [née Robinson], Theresa (1745–1775), art patron 1745 1775 62773 Q18577039
Sarah Osborn Osborn [née Byng], Sarah (1693–1775), letter writer 1693 1775 writer 42055 Q18734830
Mary Herbert Herbert, Lady Mary (1686–1775), speculator and mining entrepreneur 1686 1775 businessperson
entrepreneur
38608 Q18936206
Elizabeth Scott English hymn writer (1707/8–1776) 1700s 1776 hymnwriter 24867 Q18810699
Anna Chamber English poet 1709 1777 poet 68306 Q18670738
Juliana Popjoy mistress of Beau Nash in the 1740ies 1714 1777 mistress 76868 Q18732841
Mary Mathew diarist 1724 1777 diarist 54052 Q18529208
Elizabeth Draper 1744-04-05 1778-08-03 8037 Q5362694
Frances Andrews Wife of Robert Andrews (1725–1806), landowner and subject of a painting by Thomas Gainsborough 1732 1780 landowner 104870 Q18534152
Katharine Pelham Pelham [née Manners], Lady Katharine (1700/01–1780), political wife 1700 1780 68373 Q18783830
Elizabeth Shackleton English diarist 1726 1781 diarist 59566 Q18528623
Judith Lewis English artist 1781 artist 66916 Q18762020
Mary Dennett prioress of the Holy Sepulchre, Liège (1730–1781) 1730 1781 prioress 105821 Q19335546
Maria Macklin British actress (1733–1781) 1781 playwright 17623 Q18733113
Elizabeth, Lady Echlin English author 1782 literary critic
writer
39722 Q18954172
Jane Vigor Vigor [other married names Ward, Rondeau], Jane (1699–1783), travel writer 1699 1783 travel writer 59244 Q18759308
Hannah Norsa Norsa, Hannah (d. 1784), singer and actress 1784 singer
actor
70113 Q18528023
Jane Harry Jamaican artist 1756 1784 artist 107509 Q28082420
Joanna Turner religious memoirist 1732 1784 70458 Q18671679
Charlotte Forman Anglo-Irish journalist and translator 1715 1787 translator
journalist
72232 Q18575987
Etheldreda Townshend English society hostess 1788 68358 Q18730269
Margaret Boswell Scottish wife of James Boswell 1789 65003 Q18922116
Elizabeth Scot Scottish poet 1729 1789 poet 72365 Q18671134
Sarah Grubb English Quaker minister and author 1756 1790 minister 68170 Q18757119
Mercy Doddridge English dissenting laywoman and letter-writer 1709 1790 writer
Dissenter
71065 Q18954462
Penelope Boothby
Penelope Boothby by Joshua Reynolds.jpg
(1785–1791), artist's model and subject of poetry 1785-04-11 1791-03-13 model
art model
55391 Q18530575
Mary Elmy Elmy [née Morse], Mary (1712–1792), actress 1712 1792 actor 64333 Q18936203
Esther Clark Clark [née Lewis], Esther (bap. 1716, d. 1794), poet 1794 poet 37288 Q18671158
Ann Cutler Cutler, Ann (1759–1794), hand-loom weaver and Methodist evangelist 1759 1794 weaver 67658 Q18572227
Elizabeth Scott Scottish textile manufacturer 1795 54933 Q18576136
Sarah Moulton Subject of a painting by Thomas Lawrence 1783 1795 93084 Q18577001
Elizabeth Caslon Typefounder 1730 1795 type founder 74230 Q18528532
Margaret Stephen Stephen, Margaret (fl. 1765–1795), midwife and teacher of midwifery 1765 1795 58696 Q18559823
Mary Beilby glass artist 1797 glass artist 67317 Q18811055
Mary Robinson English estate administrator and noblewoman 1722 1797 administrator 68353 Q18759360
Margaret Leeson Leeson [née Plunkett], Margaret (1727–1797), courtesan and writer 1727 1797 courtesan
writer
59454 Q18954437
Elizabeth Clendining English singer 1799 singer 70105 Q18528536
Elizabeth Luttrell English society hostess 1799 73882 Q18576131
Gertrude Mahon courtesan and actress 1752 1800s courtesan
actor
64354 Q18527749
Susanna Elizabeth Burney English letter writer 1755 1800 correspondent (female) 109741 Q27478559
Elizabeth Byrom Byrom, Elizabeth [Beppy] (1722–1801), Jacobite sympathizer and diarist 1722 1801 diarist 48929 Q18576119
Eliza Mathews Mathews [née Strong], Eliza Kirkham (1772–1802), novelist and poet 1772 1802 poet
novelist
74208 Q18671115
Eliza Bennis Bennis [née Patten], Eliza (1725–1802), Methodist leader 1725 1802 59928 Q18936031
Grace Murray Murray [née Norman; other married name Bennet], Grace (1715–1803), follower of Methodism 1715 1803 63480 Q18527904
Teresa Mulally Mulally, Teresa (1728–1803), educationist 1728 1803 educationalist 58632 Q18559872
Judith Levy Levy, Judith (1706–1803), benefactor 1706 1803 benefactor 59419 Q18917620
Margaret Farren English actress 1804 actor 60135 Q18880101
Agnes Wheeler Wheeler [née Cowherd], Agnes [Ann] (bap. 1734, d. 1804), writer on dialect 1804 writer 45867 Q18935963
Anne Erskine friend and trustee of Selina, countess of Huntingdon 1739 1804 71064 Q18954060
Martha Peckard Peckard [née Ferrar], Martha (1729–1805), poet 1729 1805 poet 74065 Q19326031
Georgiana Shipley English painter (c.1755–1806), 1755 1806 painter 25410 Q18810750
Elizabeth More English canoness 1807 canoness 76343 Q19325556
Elizabeth Parsons Parsons, Elizabeth [called the Cock Lane Ghost] (1749–1807), impostor 1749 1807 Q1413522
ghost
21456 Q18756683
Sibilla Hutton Hutton, Sibilla (d. 1808), milliner and shopkeeper 1808 hatmaking 65574 Q18528246
Elizabeth Caslon Caslon [née Cartlich], Elizabeth (1730–1795), typefounder 1755 1809 type founder 73935 Q19326531
Mary Alexander Alexander, Mary (1760–1809), Quaker minister 1760 1809 minister 70497 Q18954450
Eliza Kent Kent, Eliza (1765/6–1810), traveller and writer 1760s 1810 writer 70549 Q18528517
Deborah Darby Darby [née Barnard], Deborah (1754–1810), Quaker minister and traveller 1754 1810 minister 45675 Q18576035
Jane Parminter English traveller and designer 1750-02-05 1811-11-06 architect 66416 Q18529953
Munni Begam Consort of Mir Jafar Ali Khan, nawab of Bengal 1813 69060 Q18530430
Susanna Whatman Whatman [née Bosanquet], Susanna (1753–1814), writer on household management 1753 1814 writer 55398 Q18528579
Mary Black Black, Mary (c.1737–1814), artist 1737 1814-11-24 painter 65537 Q18593355
Sarah Baker Baker [née Wakelin], Sarah (1736/7–1816), actress and theatre manager 1730s 1816 actor
theatre manager
49699 Q18528099
Catherine Fletcher English printer 1733 1816 printer 73931 Q19325204
Mary Hamilton Hamilton [married name Dickenson], Mary (1756–1816), courtier and diarist 1756 1816 courtier
diarist
48934 Q18880126
Dorothea Johnson Irish Methodist leader 1732 1817 religious leader 59932 Q27450809
Caroline Powys English diarist 1738 1817 diarist 68336 Q27650884
Frances Douglas Douglas, Frances, Lady Douglas (1750–1817), friend of Sir Walter Scott and Lady Louisa Stuart 1750 1817 64082 Q18529103
Hannah Humphrey English printseller 1745 1818 printseller 64983 Q18671367
Annabella Plumptre Plumptre, Anne (1760–1818), writer and translator 1760 1818 translator 22400 Q18526491
Sarah Wewitzer English actress and singer 1820 singer
actor
29150 Q18917457
Frances Coker Coker, Frances [Fanny] (1767–1820), freed slave and domestic servant 1767 1820 domestic worker 73299 Q18875919
Frances Howard, duchess of Norfolk Duchess of Norfolk 1750-02-10 1820-10-22 76460 Q18671176
Louisa Henrietta de Rivarol French translator 1749 1821 translator 23687 Q17355776
Frances King English philanthropist and author 1757 1821 writer
philanthropist
15561 Q18671177
Susan Carnegie Carnegie [née Scott], Susan (1743–1821), writer and benefactor 1743 1821 writer
benefactor
53686 Q18672366
Anne Griffith Griffith, Anne (1734–1821), practitioner of folk medicine 1734 1821 traditional medicine 70541 Q18922056
Elizabeth Newbery Newbery, Elizabeth (1745/6–1821), bookseller and publisher 1745 1821-10-21 publisher
bookseller
63579 Q19325563
Sarah Hodgson English printer and newspaper proprietor 1760 1822 64893 Q18576998
Susanna Taylor wife of John Taylor, hymn writer (1755-1823) 1755 1823 27082 Q18528569
Henrietta Fordyce Fordyce [née Cumming], Henrietta (1734–1823), governess 1734 1823 governess 65013 Q18671379
Mary Dudley Dudley [née Stokes], Mary (1750–1823), Quaker minister 1750 1823 preacher
autobiographer
minister
58269 Q18922140
Rachel Prescott English poet and philanthropist 1766 1824 poet
philanthropist
107543 Q28082770
Ellen Morewood
Ellen Morewood by Romney.jpg
English colliery owner 1824 mine owner 109611 Q28091550
Henrietta Amelia Leeson English actress 1751 1826 actor 64349 Q27548139
Janet Evans English revolutionary 1826 revolutionary 69661 Q27660198
Faith Gray Gray (née Hopwood), Faith (1751–1826), diarist 1751 1826 48932 Q18528976
Anne Brodbelt Brodbelt [née Penoyre], Anne (1751–1827), letter writer and social observer 1751 1827 writer 70273 Q18670740
Henrietta Liston botanist 1751 1828 botanist
diarist
57469 Q18730396
Maria Marten Corder, William (1804–1828), murderer 1804 1828 murderer 18169 Q18733122
Sarah Wesley Wesley, Sarah (1759–1828), Methodist writer 1759 1828 writer 63664 Q18762092
Priscilla Gurney Gurney, Priscilla Hannah (1757–1828), Quaker minister 1757 1828 minister 70499 Q18880176
Alice Cambridge Cambridge, Alice (1762–1829), preacher 1762 1829 Preacher 59930 Q18670710
Eleanor Butler elder of the two Ladies of Llangollen 1739-05-11 1829-06-02 4182 Q18528457
Boat Memory Yahgan taken to England 1800s 1830 76812 Q18917312
Frances Dickinson prioress at Port Tobacco Carmel, Maryland (1755–1830) 1755 1830 prioress 105822 Q19335462
Anna Maria Woodforde English diarist 1757 1830 diarist 68344 Q27650926
Mary Charlton Charlton, Mary (fl. 1794–1824), writer and translator 1770 1830 translator
novelist
45840 Q18762037
Ann Taylor British female writer 1757 1830 writer 27018 Q18526488
Sarah Ponsonby younger of the two Ladies of Llangollen 1755 1831 22502 Q18759402
Mary Manners Manners [née Somerset], Mary Isabella, duchess of Rutland (1756–1831), politician and society hostess 1756 1831 68363 Q18880127
Catherine Collignon English translator 1832 translator 5923 Q17353269
Amabel Hume Campbell Campbell, Amabel Hume- [née Lady Amabel Yorke], suo jure Countess De Grey (1751–1833), political writer 1751 1833 writer 68352 Q18572212
Henrietta Mosse Mosse [née Rouviere], Henrietta (d. 1834), novelist 1834 novelist 45857 Q18528268
Maria Nugent Nugent [née Skinner], Maria, Lady Nugent (1770/71–1834), diarist 1771 1834 47677 Q19325988
Mary Rolls English poet (1781/2–1835) 1780s 1835 poet 63271 Q18593358
Sophia Streatfeild English beauty 1835 45505 Q26834383
Elizabeth Ritchie Ritchie [married name Mortimer], Elizabeth (1754–1835), biographer 1754 1835 biographer 63471 Q18759267
Margaret Benn Walsh Collector of Indian songs 1758 1836 collector 63563 Q18528934
Mary Hill English landowner and politician 1764 1836 landowner
politician
74334 Q18529171
Anne Elizabeth Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, Duchess of Buckingham English plantation and slave owner 1779 1836 plantation owner 109598 Q27943431
Elizabeth Rhodes Rhodes [née Brittan], Elizabeth (1759–1836), housekeeper and Methodist leader 1759 1836 housekeeper 70506 Q18671133
Elizabeth Hamilton English cricketer 1757 1837 cricketer 75199 Q19325542
Marian Hastings Hastings, Marian [née Anna Maria Apollonia Chapuset; other married name Marian von Imhoff, Baroness von Imhoff] (1747–1837), wife of Warren Hastings 1749 1837 63512 Q18819627
Martha McTier McTier [née Drennan], Martha (1742–1837), letter writer and political commentator 1742 1837 writer
pundit
59349 Q18759356
Harriet Wall Wall [née Baring], Harriet (1768–1838), religious controversialist 1768 1838 47125 Q18576285
Mary Butters accused murderer 1807 1839 52693 Q18529138
Barbara Ford English maltster 1840 maltster 109612 Q28091577
Emma Sillett Sillett, James (1764–1840), painter 1764 1840 painter 71828 Q18528738
Isabella Fane Diarist and letter-writer, 1804–1886; daughter of General Sir Henry Fane 1778 1840 47676 Q18681500
Ann Rivington English printer 1756 1841 printer 70887 Q18572234
Mary Jane Godwin English translator and bookseller 1768 1841 translator
bookseller
67901 Q27599777
Anne Shippen Shippen [married name Livingston], Anne [Nancy] (1763–1841), journal writer 1763 1841 writer 69341 Q18572262
Eleanor Wigram Wigram [née Watts], Eleanor, Lady Wigram (1767–1841), philanthropist 1767 1841 philanthropist 55217 Q18576109
Susanna Watts Watts, Susanna (bap. 1768, d. 1842), writer and translator 1842 translator 38113 Q18528572
Sarah Mountain British coach and inn proprietor 1842 47563 Q18681537
Sarah Grubb Grubb [née Lynes], Sarah [Sally] (1773–1842), Quaker travelling minister 1773 1842 minister 47052 Q18811246
Isabel Hill Hill, Isabel (1800–1842), writer and translator 1800 1842 translator 63272 Q18671521
Charlotte Sharpe Sharpe [married name Seyffarth], Louisa (bap. 1798, d. 1843), miniature and watercolour painter 1843 25226 Q18810637
Elizabeth Robson Robson (née Stephenson), Elizabeth (1771–1843), Quaker minister 1771 1843 minister 47058 Q18528618
Mary Tooth Tooth, Mary (1778–1843), Methodist preacher 1778 1843 preacher 98132 Q18529268
Maria Byerley Byerley, Maria (1787–1843), schoolmistress 1787 1843 51763 Q18783844
Frances Parkes Byerley, Maria (1787–1843), schoolmistress 1787 1843 51764 Q18875963
Fanny Holcroft English writer 1844 writer 76726 Q18528989
Sophia Sturge Slavery abolitionist 1795 1845 56584 Q18528390
Mary Browne English poet 1812 1845 poet 61554 Q18674185
Isabella King King, Lady Isabella Lettice (1772–1845), philanthropist 1772 1845 philanthropist 96107 Q18671522
Caroline Fox Fox, Caroline (1767–1845), diarist and correspondent 1767 1845 diarist 62693 Q18917318
Charlotte Tidswell English actress 1760 1846 actor 64358 Q18527036
Mary Greenup adventurer and businesswoman in Colombia 1789 1846 adventurer
businessperson
98239 Q18529165
Dorothy Thomas slave owner and entrepreneur from Montserrat 1763 1846 entrepreneur
plantation owner
109521 Q28090993
Jane Jowitt Jowitt [née Crawford; other married name Glover], Jane (1770–1846), poet 1770 1846 poet 70514 Q18819503
Sophia Chichester Chichester, Sophia Catherine (1795–1847), patron of religious and political unorthodoxy 1795 1847 60997 Q18528381
Isabella Lickbarrow Lickbarrow, Isabella (1784–1847), poet 1784 1847 poet 45856 Q18783709
Martha Sherman
Martha Sherman.jpg
organiser and second wife of James Sherman 1806 1848 voluntary worker 47089 Q18529083
Ann Cristall Cristall, Ann Batten (bap. 1769, d. 1848), poet 1848 poet 37323 Q19037320
Matilda Tone Wife of Tone, (Theobald) Wolfe (1763–1798), Irish nationalist and political writer 1769 1849 59348 Q18529317
Theodosia Abrams English singer 1769 1849 singer 75583 Q18672375
Louisa Coppin Coppin, Louisa (1845–1849), supposed ghost 1845 1849 58880 Q18528702
Nelly Weeton Weeton [married name Stock], Nelly [Ellen] (1776–1849), letter writer and governess 1776 1849 45866 Q18674256
Elizabeth Dudley Dudley, Elizabeth (1779–1849), Quaker minister 1779 1849 minister 47587 Q18759266
Elizabeth Bannister Bannister [née Harper], Elizabeth (1757–1849), actress and singer 1757 1849 actor
singer
53230 Q18917506
Johanna Kollmann singer and organist 1786-07-20 1849-05-11 69635 Q18576443
Mary Parminter architect 1767-03-17 1849-12-18 architect 66417 Q18783858
Emily Loveday Loveday, Emily Mary (b. 1799), Roman Catholic convert 1790 1850 96076 Q19325589
Fuegia Basket Yahgan girl in England 1821 1851 76813 Q18527075
Dorothy Quillinan Quillinan, Edward (1791–1851), poet 1791 1851 poet 22955 Q18761929
Lucy Fitzgerald Fitzgerald [married name Foley], Lady Lucy Anne (1771–1851), radical 1771 1851 59363 Q19325957
Mary Taft Taft [née Barritt], Mary (1772–1851), Wesleyan Methodist preacher 1772 1851 preacher 47047 Q18819677
Eliza Hamilton Hamilton, Eliza Mary (1807–1851), poet 1807 1851 poet 61561 Q18875779
Dorothea Foulger English educationist 1787 1852 53015 Q19039419
Elizabeth Carlile Carlile, Elizabeth Sharples (1803–1852), freethought lecturer and advocate of women's rights 1803 1852 38370 Q18528531
Margaret Sandbach English poet and novelist 1812 1852 poet
novelist
61566 Q18528974
Anna Vardill poet 1781 1852 poet 45865 Q18922054
Catherine Barmby Barmby (née Watkins), Catherine Isabella (pseud. Kate) (1816/17–1853), utopian socialist and writer on women's emancipation 1810s 1853 writer 41339 Q18526711
Halime Banu Mistress or wife of Benoît de Boigne 1770 1853 mistress 68684 Q18528004
Selina Hall Welsh map maker 1782 1853 cartographer 59013 Q18577005
Mary Colling Colling, Mary Maria (1804–1853), poet and domestic servant 1805 1853 poet 61556 Q19324861
Mary Smirke British painter 1779-06-22 1853-09-14 painter 75589 Q18529254
Charlotte Montefiore English author and philanthropist 1818 1854 author
philanthropist
105616 Q28052622
Martha Crossley Crossley [née Turner], Martha (1775–1854), carpet manufacturer 1775 1854 57913 Q18529075
Nancy Nicholson Nicholson [née Jackson], Nancy (1788–1854), miser and eccentric 1788 1854 47578 Q18674251
Asenath Hatch Nicholson
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Nicholson, Asenath Hatch (1792–1855), social observer and philanthropist 1792-02-24 1855-05-15 philanthropist 52713 Q18810611
Henrietta Wilson British zoologist 1795 1856 zoologist 29655 Q18576298
Harriet Elizabeth Savill English actress 1789 1857 actor 49704 Q3783475
Jane Bianchi English singer 1776 1858 55388 Q18529943
Mary Grey Grey [née Whitbread], Mary, Lady Grey (1770–1858), promoter of seafarers' missions 1770 1858 59230 Q18529167
Mary Maurice Maurice, Mary Atkinson (1797–1858), educationist 1797 1858 51769 Q18674201
Martha Yeardley Yeardley, John (1786–1858), missionary 1786 1858 missionary 54972 Q18917715
Ellen Shenton English sculptor 1859 65293 Q18671138
Elizabeth Ham Ham, Elizabeth (1783–1859), poet and writer 1783 1859 poet
writer
autobiographer
novelist
45850 Q18922203
Charlotte Vandenhoff English actress 1818 1860 actor 28064 Q18917378
Fanny Burney Burney (married name Wood), Fanny Anne (1812–1860), diarist 1812 1860 diarist 48927 Q18528980
Mariquita Tennant
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Tennant [née Eroles], Mariquita Dorotea Francesca (1811–1860), social reformer 1811 1860 46306 Q18529032
Mary Porteous Porteous [née Thompson], Mary (1783–1861), Primitive Methodist itinerant preacher 1783 1861 52511 Q18733214
Sarah Bennett British governess 1797 1861 49144 Q18811244
Catherine Edward Edward [née Grant], Catherine (1813–1861), missionary 1813 1861 missionary 49147 Q18936009
Elizabeth Nasmyth Scottish designer 1793 1862 designer
painter
75554 Q18671131
Cecilia Douglas West India planter, slave owner and art collector 1772 1862 plantation owner
art collector
66964 Q27579701
Sarah Porter Porter, Sarah Ricardo (1790–1862), writer on education 1790 1862 22578 Q18734836
Elizabeth Crichton Crichton [née Grierson], Elizabeth (1779–1862), founder of the Crichton Royal Hospital, Dumfries 1779 1862 73998 Q18936035
Emily Patmore writer, first wife of Coventry Patmore 1824-02-29 1862-07-05 70958 Q18576150
Grace Stewart Scottish miniature painter in London 1863 66816 Q18576270
Caroline Neave Neave, Caroline Hannah (1781–1863), philanthropist 1781 1863 61286 Q18526706
Mary Margaret Busk English writer and translator 1779 1863 translator
writer
45517 Q18529136
Maria Josepha Stanley English letter writer and liberal advocate 1771 1863 correspondent (female) 74489 Q18811047
Susanna Corder Corder, Susanna (1787–1864), biographer 1787 1864 46556 Q18757131
Mary Wilson British singer 1802 1867 singer 29678 Q18917755
Mary Franklin Franklin, Mary (1800–1867), schoolmistress 1800 1867 painter 51761 Q18811066
Sikandar Begum
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Nawab begum of Bhopal 1818 1868 Begum 101128 Q18528290
Mary Vining English actress 1790s 1868 actor 75129 Q18954459
Catherine Fraser Fraser, Catherine (1786–1868), penal reformer 1786 1868 58590 Q18810626
Elizabeth Shaw businesswomen and correspondent, wife of John Shaw (1782–1859), entrepreneur and industrialist 1788 1869 businessperson
correspondent (female)
105137 Q18576137
Margaret Nasmyth Scottish painter 1791 1869 painter 75553 Q18674136
Fanny Vining English actress, died 1869 1869 actor 75127 Q18813197
Barbara Nasmyth Scottish painter 1790 1870 painter 75552 Q18670782
Edwina Burbury Burbury [née Hicks], Edwina Jane (1818/19–1870), writer 1810s 1870 writer 40415 Q18819411
Marianne Woods English schoolmistress 1781 1870 teacher 70343 Q18954443
Anne Evans English writer 1820 1870 writer
poet
8940 Q19325085
Margaret Seguier Scottish miniaturist 1795 1870 painter 66815 Q22994660
Mary Byfield English wood-engraver (1795–1871) 1795 1871 engraver 64209 Q18674186
Mary Moffat
Mary Moffat 001.jpg
missionary, wife of Robert Moffat 1795 1871-01-09 missionary
linguist
53699 Q18529218
Anna OBrien O'Brien [née Ball], Anna Maria (1785–1871), philanthropist 1785 1871 56306 Q18819367
Jane Weld Weld, Jane Charlotte [known as Baroness Weld] (1806–1871), convert to Roman Catholicism and benefactor 1806 1871 95696 Q18878081
Geraldine Hooper English preacher 1841 1872 47053 Q18527725
Fanny Cooper English actress 1814 1872 actor 15847 Q22964254
Ann Trail Trail, Ann Agnes [name in religion Agnes Xavier] (1798–1872), Roman Catholic nun and artist 1798 1872 nun 45566 Q18572236
Celia Levetus Levetus [née Moss], Celia (c.1819–1873), writer 1873 59417 Q18730054
Anne Forster English philanthropist 1797 1873 46950 Q18917234
Mary Forster English Quaker prison visitor 1786 1873 prison visitor 46947 Q19324869
Susan Durant English sculptor 1827-07-08 1873-01-01 sculptor 59114 Q18528535
Elizabeth Kirby British writer and illustrator 1823-12-15 1873-06 writer 15644 Q18671125
Rebecca Wakefield Wakefield [née Brewin], Rebecca (1844–1873), missionary wife 1844-08-19 1873-07-16 49163 Q18576853
Elizabeth Byrne painter and engraver (fl. 1809–1849) 1784 1874
1849
painter
engraver
65027 Q18576118
Hannah Bevan Bevan [née Bennett], Hannah Marishall (1798–1874), philanthropist 1798 1874 45524 Q18528018
Maria Hackett Hackett, Maria (1783–1874), philanthropist 1783 1874 47467 Q18681518
Elizabeth Brady Brady [née Hutchinson], Elizabeth (1803–1874), headmistress 1803 1874 head teacher 52731 Q18917511
Mary Catherine Pendrill Llewelyn Welsh writer and translator 1811-03-12 1874-11-19 translator 62228 Q18529229
Catherine Maberly Irish writer 1805 1875 novelist
non-fiction writer
17321 Q18670829
Beata Doreck German educationist 1833 1875 educationalist 51777 Q26900602
Mary Eaves English midwife 1806 1875 midwife 109652 Q28092306
Elizabeth Fenton Fenton (née Knox; other married name Campbell), Elizabeth (1804–1875), diarist and travel writer 1804 1875 diarist
travel writer
61560 Q18528567
Hannah Lawrance Lawrance, Hannah (1795–1875), historian and journalist 1795 1875 journalist 41158 Q18876778
Harriet Stephen Stephen [née Thackeray], Harriet Marian [Minny] (1840–1875), wife of Leslie Stephen 1840 1875 59994 Q18876817
Isabel Bateman Bateman, Hezekiah Linthicum (1812–1875), actor and theatre manager 1812 1875 actor
theatre manager
49684 Q18917257
Elizabeth Strickland writer 1794-11-17 1875-04-30 41157 Q18528633
Mary Chichester English diarist 1801 1876 diarist 42086 Q18922136
Fanny Lablache Scottish contralto singer 1877 singer 15835 Q18671167
Mary Bannister English equestrian performer 1877 65480 Q19326042
Margaret Grant Scottish philanthropist 1834 1877 philanthropist 107342 Q28070920
Cecil Kerr British Roman Catholic convert 1808 1877 40737 Q18526725
Cecilia Caddell (1814–1877), Irish religious author 1814 1877 writer 52694 Q18575959
Catherine Smithies English campaigner for animal welfare 1791 1878 50753 Q18575957
Leonora Wigan Wigan, Alfred Sydney (1814–1878), actor 1814 1878 actor 29366 Q18528538
Catharine Tait Tait, Catharine (1819–1878), philanthropist 1819 1878 philanthropist 50739 Q18575954
Isabelle Duncan Scottish pre-Adamite author 1812-07-02 1878-12-26 writer 74811 Q19324877
Henrietta Tindal Tindal [née Harrison], Henrietta Euphemia (bap. 1817, d. 1879), poet and novelist 1879 poet
novelist
61570 Q19325913
Jessie Fowler british physician, author, and lecturer 1822 1879 physician
writer
academic lecturer
55223 Q18783733
Emily Baldwin Baldwin, Emily (1807–1880), headmistress 1807 1880 head teacher 51743 Q19325577
Frances Moore British historian and novelist 1789 1881 historian
novelist
46560 Q18534798
Maria Mary Fussell benefactress (1834–1881) 1834 1881 benefactor 105933 Q19335541
Anne Lutton Lutton, Anne (1791–1881), Wesleyan Methodist preacher 1791 1881 52703 Q18572257
Elizabeth Stone novelist and historian 1803 1881 novelist
historian
46563 Q18576139
Martha Gillett Wife of Joseph Ashby Gillett (1795–1853), Quaker shag and shalloon manufacturer 1798 1882 49283 Q18880121
Jane Procter Procter, Jane (1810–1882), headmistress and temperance campaigner 1810 1882 head teacher
activist
51746 Q18917342
Eliza Tinsley Tinsley, Eliza (1813–1882), manufacturer 1813 1882 industrialist 105097 Q18528518
Jane Martineau Martineau, Jane (1812–1882), college administrator 1812 1882 administrator 52744 Q18559773
Sarina Nathan Nathan [née Levi], Sarina (1819–1882), supporter of Italian independence 1819 1882 56283 Q18672321
Harriette Smythies English poet and novelist (1813?–1883) 1883 novelist
poet
42194 Q18671373
Henrietta Vansittart Vansittart [née Lowe], Henrietta (1833–1883), engineer 1833 1883 38088 Q18576297
Margaret Dilke Dilke, Ashton Wentworth (1850–1883), traveller and politician 1850 1883 53501 Q18674126
Mary Thorne Thorne [née O'Bryan], Mary (1807–1883), Methodist Bible Christian preacher 1807 1883 preacher 47048 Q18811075
Charlotte Nasmyth Scottish painter 1804 1884 painter 46823 Q18527025
Jessie Vokes English actress 1851 1884 28348 Q18559778
Harriet Cradock English novelist 1809 1884 novelist 53704 Q18917734
Anne Stanhope Stanhope [née Forester], Anne Elizabeth, countess of Chesterfield (1802–1885), political confidante 1802 1885 50251 Q18670745
Mary Hume Rothery Rothery, Mary Catherine Hume- (1824–1885), campaigner for medical reform and author 1824 1885 49483 Q18917741
Annie Tinsley Tinsley [née Turner], Annie (1808–1885), novelist and poet 1808 1885 novelist
poet
61571 Q18922058
Emma Oliver English landscape painter 1819-08-15 1885-03-15 painter 20720 Q18576152
Maria Hawes English contralto singer 1816 1886 singer 57395 Q18529006
Laura Lyttelton first wife of Alfred Lyttelton 1862 1886 42006 Q18922097
Harriette McDougall McDougall [née Bunyon], Harriette (1818–1886), missionary 1818 1886 missionary 48615 Q18559745
Emily Smythe Smythe [née Beaufort], Emily Anne, Viscountess Strangford (bap. 1826, d. 1887), military nurse 1887 nurse 25963 Q18756687
Blanche Gibbs English philanthropist 1817 1887 philanthropist 59112 Q18819375
Mary Jones Jones, Mary (1812–1887), nursing reformer 1812 1887 73763 Q18529177
Louisa Browning Browning, Louisa (1807–1887), school proprietor 1807 1887 52391 Q18819606
Margaret Radclyffe Livingstone Eyre Scottish philanthropist 1800 1889 45582 Q18534233
Alice Scarth English writer 1848 1889 writer 24788 Q18572207
Grace Stott Stott, George (1835–1889), missionary 1835 1889 missionary 49395 Q18527906
Susan Opdebeck Opdebeck [née Douglas-Hamilton], Lady Susan Harriet Catherine [other married name Susan Harriet Catherine Pelham-Clinton, countess of Lincoln] (1814–1889), figure of scandal 1814 1889 figure of scandal 39436 Q18528542
Margaret Aylward Aylward, Margaret Louisa (1810–1889), philanthropist and Roman Catholic nun 1810 1889 philanthropist
nun
47765 Q18811038
Maria Gastineau English landscape painter 1890 painter 69043 Q18674143
Elizabeth Bultitude Bultitude, Elizabeth (1809–1890), Primitive Methodist preacher 1809 1890 preacher 47022 Q18528527
Emmeline Maria Kingdon English headmistress 1817 1890 head teacher 51757 Q18528742
Mary Boyle Boyle, Mary Louisa (1810–1890), writer 1810 1890 novelist 61553 Q18733140
Mary Benson Benson, Mary Eleanor [Nelly] (1863–1890), social worker and writer 1863 1890 56097 Q18756958
Emma Robinson Robinson, Emma (1814–1890), novelist and playwright 1814 1890 playwright 40240 Q18917544
Ellen Craft
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slave and slavery abolitionist 1820s 1891 46318 Q18528650
Mary Murray English actress 1891 19604 Q18733186
Maud Naftel daughter of Isobel and Naftel, Paul Jacob (1817–1891), watercolour painter and art teacher 1817 1891 visual artist 19718 Q18530353
Lucy Wilson Wilson, Lucy (1834–1891), promoter of women's education 1834 1891 53014 Q18756942
Theodosia Monson Monson, Theodosia, Lady Monson (1803–1891), dilettante and promoter of women's rights 1803 1891 59337 Q18880278
Frances Kingsley Kingsley [née Grenfell], Frances Eliza [Fanny] (1814–1891), biographer 1814 1891 biographer
writer
47583 Q18922239
Margaret Mansfield women's suffragist and spiritualist 1892 spiritualist
suffragette
41211 Q18528970
Caroline Croom Robertson Robertson, Caroline Anna Croom (1837/8–1892), college administrator 1838 1892 academic administrator 48679 Q18575951
Catherine Pennefather English home mission worker 1818 1893 voluntary worker 21863 Q18526719
Emilie Venturi English campaigner for women's rights and supporter of Italian independence 1893 activist 50085 Q18528701
Martha Combe Wife of Thomas Combe (1796–1872), printer and patron of the arts 1806 1893 printer 59012 Q19043359
Jane Whately English religious author 1822 1893 writer 59106 Q19325127
Mary Kirby British writer on natural history 1817 1893 writer 40741 Q18576728
Susanna Beever Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published 1893 73668 Q18821886
Rosina Vokes English actor and dancer 1854 1894 28349 Q18757110
Frances Joanna Bunbury English botanist 1814 1894 botanist 56502 Q27255564
Florence Melly Melly, George (1830–1894), politician and merchant 1830 1894 politician
merchant
104292 Q18529063
Anne Ireland Ireland, Alexander (1810–1894), journalist 1810 1894 journalist 14446 Q18572254
Selina Bridgeman Bridgeman [née Weld-Forester], Selina Louisa, countess of Bradford (1819–1894), correspondent of Benjamin Disraeli 1819 1894 50250 Q18672324
Mary Alger Alger, Mary Jemima (1838–1894), headmistress 1838 1894 head teacher 52730 Q18674180
Caroline Graham Graham [née Horsley-Beresford], Caroline Agnes, duchess of Montrose (1818–1894), racehorse owner 1818 1894 39780 Q18819378
Jane Lee Linguist and college administrator 1895 linguist
administrator
56268 Q18819504
Caroline Colman wife of Jeremiah James Colman 1831 1895 60826 Q18821764
Marie Sinclair Spiritualist and theosophist 1830 1895 42315 Q18917699
Louisa Sara Bevington Quaker poet and political activist 1845 1895 poet
activist
38380 Q16014268
Betsy Lobb Lobb, John (1829–1895), maker of bespoke boots and shoes 1829 1895 61388 Q18559702
Frances de Peyronnet Peyronnet, (Georgina) Frances de [née Georgina Frances Whitfield], Viscountess de Peyronnet in the French nobility (1815–1895), journalist 1815 1895 journalist 76181 Q18759271
Eleanor Smith Irish linguist and supporter of women's education 1822 1896 linguist 48426 Q18756679
Margaret Parker English temperance activist and campaigner for women's rights 1896 55207 Q18762034
Lucy Wright philanthropist 1845 1896 philanthropist 58522 Q18528749
Lydia Rous Rous, Lydia (1819–1896), headmistress 1819 1896 head teacher 48673 Q18528787
Mary Gough Gough, Mary Fisher (1832–1896), women's activist 1832 1896 56276 Q18783850
Mary Feilding British founder of the Working Ladies' Guild 1823 1896 founder 59482 Q18819672
Hannah Sturge Sturge [née Dickinson], Hannah (1816–1896), philanthropist 1816 1896 philanthropist 55214 Q18876799
Elizabeth Lowe English journalist and newspaper editor 1829 1897 journalist
newspaper editor
56286 Q27253919
Marianne Young Young [née Ridgway; other married name Postans], Marianne (1811–1897), writer 1811 1897 writer 48646 Q18674150
Fanny Metcalfe Metcalfe, Fanny (1829–1897), headmistress 1829 1897 head teacher 52729 Q18756695
Mary Belcher Belcher, Mary Anne [Marian] (1849–1898), headmistress 1849 1898 head teacher 48640 Q19326049
Elizabeth Anne Bostock promoter of women's education 1817 1898 52743 Q18528523
Maria Belville schoolteacher, third wife of John Henry Belville (1795?–1856), horologist and assistant astronomer at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich 1810s 1899 teacher 103444 Q18528994
Kezia Peache English benefactor 1820 1899 57782 Q18674067
Mary Rogers Rogers [née Foxwell], Mary Ann (1855–1899), heroine 1855 1899 70407 Q18674203
Mary Bennett English novelist and dramatist 1813 1899-12-01 novelist
playwright
77037 Q18880122
Jane Mitchel wife of Mitchel, John (1815–1875), Irish nationalist 1819 1899-12-31 50998 Q18671658
Charlotte Hanbury English philanthropist 1830 1900 33675 Q18592971
Jessie Pigott Pigott [née Kemp], (Emily) Jessie (1851–1900), missionary 1851 1900 missionary 49154 Q18530059
Frances Kortright English author and anti-suffragist 1821 1900 writer 77233 Q18576173
Edith Spicer Jay Jay, Edith Katherine Spicer [pseud. E. Livingston Prescott] (1847–1901), writer and philanthropist 1847 1901 55965 Q18810667
Elizabeth Neale Neale, Elizabeth (1822–1901), Anglican nun 1822 1901 nun 51388 Q18917521
Charlotte Matthews Matthews [née Marlar], Charlotte (bap. 1759, d. 1802), businesswoman 1850s 1902 70352 Q18559706
Kate Griffith Egypt Exploration Fund fundraiser 1854 1902 61042 Q18674055
Joanna Hill Hill, Rosamond Davenport (1825–1902), social reformer and educational administrator 1825 1902 56689 Q18530086
Deborah Bowring Bowring [née Castle], Deborah, Lady Bowring (1816–1902), local activist 1816 1902 activist 56282 Q18576032
Caroline Southwood Hill English writer and educationist 1809 1902 writer
educationalist
60328 Q18917322
Ellen Darwin
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English college lecturer 1856 1903 academic lecturer 52273 Q18528653
Louisa Baring Scottish art collector and philanthropist 1827 1903 art collector 50780 Q18576643
Margaret Sandford English headmistress and author 1839 1903 head teacher 48664 Q18576689
Sarah Heckford Heckford [née Goff], Sarah Maud (1839–1903), philanthropist, writer, and traveller 1839 1903 38684 Q19043582
Enid Stacy Stacy [married name Widdrington], Enid (1868–1903), socialist and campaigner for women's rights 1868 1903 classical scholar
teacher
51602 Q19325606
Georgiana Hill cookery writer (1825–1903) 1825 1903 cookery writer 106198 Q19335470
Matilda Sturge Sturge, Matilda (1829–1903), Quaker minister and essayist 1829 1903 minister
essayist
57740 Q18922146
Maria Taylor English actress, journalist and artist 1837 1904 53345 Q18576696
Lena Login Login (née Campbell), Lena, Lady Login (1820–1904), courtier 1820 1904 courtier 48644 Q18528503
Louisa Mallet Mallet [née Udny], Louisa Tempe (1837–1904), women's activist 1837 1904 56473 Q18528711
Hannah Lynch Lynch, Hannah (1859–1904), novelist and journalist 1859
1859-03-25
1904
1904-01-09
55794 Q18576278
Frances Rossiter English painter 1833 1905 painter 101387 Q18529120
Eliza Sturge British women's activist 1842 1905 56273 Q18819413
Margaret Paton British missionary 1841 1905 missionary 49402 Q19325986
Mary Eliza Porter English headmistress 1837 1905 head teacher 48572 Q26868360
Dorothea Gerard Gerard [married name de Laszowska], (Jane) Emily (1849–1905), novelist 1849 1905 45539 Q18527780
Eleanor Grove Grove, Eleanor (1826–1905), educationist 1826 1905 48596 Q18546155
Anna Dawbin Dawbin [née Hadden; other married name Baxter], Anna Maria (1816–1905), diarist 1816 1905 diarist 61559 Q18559690
Lucette Barker Barker, Lucette Elizabeth (1816–1905), painter 1816 1905 painter 57881 Q18674112
Maria Craig Craig, Maria (1822–1905), Post Office official 1822 1905 administrator 56280 Q18733103
Jessie Buchan niece and assistant of Buchan, Alexander (1829–1907) 1848-07-23 1905-12-07 58120 Q18813237
Jane St John English author 1829 1906 author 61722 Q18936115
Hannah Elizabeth Pipe English headmistress 1831 1906 head teacher 50355 Q26880596
Agnes Poynter Pianist and wife of Sir Edward John Poynter, 1st Baronet 1843 1906 pianist 58272 Q18526334
Maria Mitchell Scottish missionary wife and memoirist 1820 1907 writer 49403 Q18576695
Sarah Laurie Borthwick Findlater hymn writer and translator 1823 1907 translator 48788 Q18576994
Elizabeth Edmonds English translator and writer 1907 writer
translator
107349 Q28070950
Louisa Carbutt Carbutt [married name Herford], Louisa (1832–1907), schoolmistress and educational pioneer 1832 1907 58222 Q18528697
Lucie Armstrong Armstrong (née Cobbe), Lucie (1851–1907), musician and writer on etiquette 1851 1907 musician
writer
59682 Q18528728
Fanny Eagles Eagles, Fanny Elizabeth (1836–1907), Church of England deaconess 1836 1907 50001 Q18546165
Alice Coleridge promoter of girls' schools 1846 1907 48674 Q18572187
Catherine Bathurst Bathurst, Catherine Anne [name in religion Mary Catherine Philip] (1825–1907), Roman Catholic nun 1825 1907 48436 Q18575955
Mary Holland Holland, Francis James (1828–1907), promoter of Anglican girls' schools 1828 1907 48703 Q18783852
Elizabeth Dillon Dillon [née Mathew], Elizabeth (1865–1907), Irish nationalist 1865 1907 55179 Q18954171
Eliza Nelson English singer and actor 1827 1908 35197 Q18810696
Muhammadi Begam Punjabi author and editor 1878 1908 author
editor
102828 Q28034716
Fanny Hertz Hertz, Fanny (1830–1908), educationist 1830 1908 48511 Q18528983
Matilda Evans British local politician and social reformer 1909 56466 Q18733235
Margaret Beirne Irish seer of the Vision of Knock (c.1810–1909) 1909 63031 Q18917686
Mary Burton Burton, Mary (bap. 1819, d. 1909), educational and social reformer 1909 53685 Q19326052
Louisa Sara Floyer English promoter of needlework in schools 1830 1909 53095 Q27204223
Janet Galloway Galloway, Janet Anne (1841–1909), promoter of higher education for women in Scotland 1841 1909 47536 Q18681505
Alice Kipling mother of (Joseph) Rudyard Kipling 1837 1910 58273 Q18526428
Catharine Drew Irish journalist and women's rights activist 1826 1910 journalist
activist
58177 Q18526709
Harriet Warrack Warrack, Harriet (bap. 1825, d. 1910), headmistress 1910 head teacher 53692 Q18528085
Catherine Lucy Kennedy English headmistress 1851 1910 head teacher 48705 Q26868629
Harriett McIlquham McIlquham [M'Ilquham; née Medley], Harriett (1837–1910), local politician and suffragist 1837 1910 41213 Q18730385
Violet Brooke Hunt Hunt, Violet Edith Gwynllyn Brooke- (1870–1910), writer, social worker, and political activist 1870 1910 50755 Q18880324
Angelica Fraser
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Fraser, Angelica Patience (1823–1910), social reformer 1823-01-25 1910-11-27 social reformer 59507 Q18759235
Florence Pomeroy English dress reform campaigner 1911 activist 45796 Q18529073
Susan Mowbray teacher 1829 1911 teacher 62183 Q18783982
Mary Ewart English patron of higher education for women 1830 1911 48414 Q19366487
Catherine Marsh English philanthropist and writer 1818 1912 writer
philanthropist
41297 Q18526716
Isabel Naftel wife of Naftel, Paul Jacob (1817–1891), watercolour painter and art teacher 1912 painter 69049 Q18559766
Emily Saker British actress 1847 1912 actor 51675 Q19325597
Rosa Morison Morison, Rosa (1841–1912), educationist 1841 1912 48601 Q18527631
Ellen Robinson Robinson, Ellen (1840–1912), peace campaigner 1840 1912 47057 Q18528665
Margaret Byers Byers [née Morrow], Margaret (1832–1912), educationist and temperance activist 1832 1912 47766 Q18811040
Pauline Newsome Newsome, James (1824–1912), equestrian performer and circus proprietor 1824 1912 53840 Q18880162
Marian Hughes Hughes, Marian Rebecca (1817–1912), Anglican nun 1817 1912 nun 39553 Q18954439
Gertrude Crewdson Crewdson, Gertrude Gwendolen Bevan (1872–1913), college administrator and benefactor 1872 1913 48683 Q18671340
Martha Bury Bury [née Walmsley], Martha Jane (1850–1913), co-operator 1850 1913 77424 Q18811053
Edith Emma Cooper
Edith Cooper.jpg
English author and poet 1862-01-12 1913-12-13 writer 38349 Q3719235
Georgina Kinnear Kinnear, Georgina (1826/1828–1914), headmistress 1820s 1914 head teacher 53798 Q18576251
Eleanora Vynne Vynne, Eleanora Mary Susanna [Nora] (1857–1914), journalist and political activist 1857 1914 55976 Q18528474
Mary Docwra Docwra, Mary Elizabeth (1847–1914), temperance activist 1847 1914 55164 Q18529155
Jane Hume Clapperton English philosopher and social reformer 1832 1914 philosopher 55282 Q18529945
Catherine Forrester Paton Paton, Catherine Forrester- (1855–1914), philanthropist and a founder of women's missionary training in Scotland 1855 1914 missionary 70062 Q18761915
Julia Kennedy Kennedy, Marion Grace (1836–1914), classical scholar 1836 1914 48418 Q18917623
Katharine Harris Bradley
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British writer 1846-10-27 1914-09-26 writer 38348 Q15982614
Sarah Allen Olney Olney, Sarah Allen (1842–1915), headmistress 1842 1915 head teacher 52261 Q18528090
Susan Saurin Saurin, Susan [name in religion Scholastica] (1829–1915), Roman Catholic nun 1829 1915 56105 Q18528545
Emily Marshall Marshall, Emily Esther (1832–1915), advocate of an ordained ministry for women and founder of an Anglican Franciscan third order 1832 1915 42195 Q18671144
Lucy Harrison Harrison, Lucy (1844–1915), headmistress 1844 1915 head teacher 64670 Q18917680
Mary Ponsonby, Lady Ponsonby English courtier and advocate of women's advancement 1832 1916 courtier 60754 Q18529234
Margaret Verrall English classicist and parapsychologist 1857 1916 classical scholar 48503 Q18576692
Louisa Mary Cresswell English farmer and autobiographer 1830 1916 farmer
autobiographer
70569 Q27670068
Mary Cooke English peace campaigner 1841 1916 56106 Q18529146
Mary ODonovan Rossa Rossa, Mary Jane O'Donovan (née Mary Jane Irwin) (1845–1916), Irish nationalist and poet 1845 1916 poet 51001 Q18529222
Hannah Barlow Barlow, Hannah Bolton (1851–1916), ceramicist 1851 1916 ceramist
draughtsperson
50578 Q18576274
Isabel Sharman English nursery nurse teacher and administrator 1865 1917 educator
administrator
68347 Q27650978
Mary Gurney Gurney, Mary (1836–1917), educationist 1836 1917 51745 Q18756959
Harriet Jones Jones, Harriet Morant (1833–1917), headmistress 1833 1917 head teacher 51749 Q18917737
Anna Pigeon mountaineer 1832-07 1917-03-15 mountaineer 50648 Q18201677
Alice Grenfell papyrologist 1842 1917-08-08 61026 Q18572202
Louise Bazalgette motorist 1846 1918 motorist 74664 Q18576650
Mary Townsend Irish philanthropist 1841 1918 56691 Q18576738
Eliza Keary Keary, Eliza Harriett (bap. 1827, d. 1918), poet and children's writer 1918 poet 52053 Q18819412
Beatrice Chamberlain Educationist and political organizer 1862 1918 educationalist
activist
101358 Q18526617
Charlotte Julia Weale English religious philanthropist 1829 1918 philanthropist 41321 Q18527040
Helen Lucas Lucas [née Goldsmid], Helen (1835–1918), philanthropist and social worker 1835 1918 55195 Q18559746
Ethel Gavin Gavin, Ethel (1866–1918), educationist and headmistress 1866 1918 educationalist
head teacher
55584 Q18576155
Catherine Charteris Charteris [née Anderson], Catherine Morice [Katie] (1837–1918), philanthropist 1837 1918 48850 Q18670828
Mary Stapleton Stapleton [née Dolman], Mary Helen Alicia (1837–1918), local historian 1837 1918 59019 Q18813313
Meresia Nevill Nevill, Meresia Dorothy Augusta (1849–1918), political activist 1849 1918 56260 Q18819696
Emily Courtier-Dutton (1862?–1919), theatrical philanthropist 1919 philanthropist 57870 Q18528705
Theresa Vane Tempest Stewart Marchioness of Londonderry 1856 1919 45973 Q18577040
Selina Hadland Hadland, Selina (1838–1919), headmistress 1838 1919 head teacher 52266 Q18593480
Florence Hill English social reformer 1919 38756 Q19040217
Martha Mary Smith née Dalrymple, British art patron 1835 1919 62864 Q22689884
Das Krishnabhabini Bengali author and social activist 1864 1919 author
activist
102847 Q28034733
Elizabeth Kemp Kemp (née Marshall], Elizabeth) (known as Lizzie Berry) (1847–1919), poet 1847 1919 poet 73235 Q18528586
Edith Creak English headmistress 1855 1919 head teacher 51760 Q18922174
Sarah Hale English college head 1851 1920 college head 55592 Q18576997
Sophia Beale Beale, (Sarah) Sophia (1837–1920), writer on art and painter 1837 1920 57882 Q18577016
Lavinia Malcolm Scottish local politician 1848 1920 politician 55608 Q27231670
Susette Martha Taylor English translator 1860 1920 translator 73440 Q27697226
Millie Hylton English actress 1870 1920 actor
male impersonator
105626 Q28052650
Margaret Dunlop Gibson
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English theologian, Orientalist and traveller 1843-01
1843-04-16
1920-01-11 theologian 55585 Q1300126
Ellen Frederica Oliver Purity activist and Southcottian from Guernsey 1870 1921 activist 104881 Q22137385
Lilian Beck English equestrian 1878 1921 equestrian 107174 Q28059806
Rose Weigall literary editor and social worker 1834 1921 literary editor
social worker
55695 Q18527667
Mary Bentinck Smith Smith, Mary Bentinck (1864–1921), headmistress 1864 1921 head teacher 51744 Q18529125
Frances Arnold Forster Forster, Frances Egerton Arnold- (1857–1921), ecclesiastical historian 1857 1921 49722 Q18810715
Elizabeth Garnett Garnett [née Hart], Elizabeth (1839–1921), missionary to navvies and author 1839 1921 missionary 50747 Q18819415
Sarah Robinson Robinson, Sarah (1834–1921), evangelist and army temperance activist 1834 1921 49197 Q18880262
Alice Loane English author 1863 1922 68576 Q18874954
Isabel Cleghorn Cleghorn, Isabel (1852–1922), educationist 1852 1922 55564 Q18529201
Amy Price Price, Amy Morgan (1878–1922), illustrator and jewellery designer 1878 1922 66393 Q18534770
Ethel McNeile McNeile, Ethel Rhoda (1875–1922), missionary and headmistress 1875 1922 missionary
head teacher
48700 Q18576156
Isabella Robertson Robertson, Isabella [Bell] (1841–1922), ballad collector 1841 1922 58419 Q18810793
Clara Cattell British nurse 1860 1923 nurse 71104 Q18527146
Edith Thompson
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English woman executed as accomplice to murder of her husband 1893-12-25 1923-01-09 buyer 57562 Q1285189
Dorothy Boulger Boulger [née Havers], Dorothy Henrietta [pseud. Theo Gift] (1847–1923), novelist 1847 1923 55550 Q18527808
Lucy White folk-singer 1848 1923 74830 Q18528745
Amy Hughes Hughes, Amy Sarah (1856–1923), nursing administrator 1856 1923 61789 Q18875003
Theodora Guest Guest [née Grosvenor], Lady Theodora (1840–1924), author and benefactor 1840 1924 59926 Q18528654
Ellen Joyce Joyce [née Rice], Ellen (1832–1924), organizer of women's emigration 1832 1924 74348 Q18819420
Louisa Baldwin novelist and poet 1845 1925 novelist
poet
58274 Q18528686
Theresa Earle British horticulturist 1836 1925 48832 Q18528698
Sydney Cowell actress 1846 1925 actor 49691 Q18821889
Millicent Lawrence co-founder of Roedean School, 1863 1925 65056 Q19324957
Bertha Gardiner second wife of Gardiner, Samuel Rawson (1829–1902), historian 1845 1925-01-05 74679 Q18954086
Katherine Davidson Church of Scotland deaconess 1845 1925 48785 Q18674059
Mary Billington Billington, Mary Frances (1862–1925), journalist 1862 1925 47609 Q18681519
Mary Coulcher Coulcher, Mary Caroline (1852–1925), philanthropist 1852 1925 55569 Q18733149
Eliza Walker Dunbar Dunbar, Eliza Louisa Walker (1845–1925), physician 1845 1925 61126 Q18810698
Geraldine Grove
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English essayist 1863 1926 essayist 55591 Q18527718
Louisa Kinnaird English philanthropist 1848 1926 55225 Q18528707
Florence Cowell actress 1852 1926 actor 49692 Q18756696
Sybella Gurney British housing reformer 1870 1926 97275 Q18821888
Edith Clarke Clarke [née Nicolls], Edith (1844–1926), promoter of household science teaching 1844 1926 55563 Q18534789
Camilla Croudace Croudace, Camilla Mary Julia (1844–1926), supporter of education for women 1844 1926 52267 Q18575948
Elizabeth Baxter Baxter [née Foster], Elizabeth [Lizzie] (1837–1926), evangelist 1837 1926 47105 Q18576117
Gertrude Baillie Weaver Weaver, Gertrude Baillie- [née Gertrude Renton; pseud. Gertrude Colmore] (1855–1926), writer and feminist 1855 1926 55694 Q18936076
Agnes Smith Lewis
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Arabic and Syriac scholar and novelist 1843-01
1843-04-16
1926-03-26 arabist
novelist
34510 Q1300112
Frances Hughes Welsh principal of a women's university hall of residence 1855 1927 48527 Q19040262
Emily Innes English author 1843 1927 writer 98337 Q19325581
Lucy Soulsby headmistress 1856 1927 head teacher 48573 Q18528736
Mary McEvoy McEvoy, (Arthur) Ambrose (1878–1927), painter 1878 1927 64515 Q18529213
Bertha Johnson English promoter of women's higher education 1846 1927 37611 Q18546115
Ethel Romanes Romanes [née Duncan], Ethel (1856–1927), writer and religious activist 1856 1927 42324 Q18875877
Elizabeth Watson Supporter of Scottish Gaelic 1870 1928 53986 Q18671135
Mary Howard Ashworth English businesswoman and official typist to the Houses of Parliament 1863 1928 65767 Q19335547
Mary Galway Galway, Mary (1864/5–1928), trade unionist 1864 1928 58612 Q18576723
Emma Overd Overd, Emma (1838–1928), folk-singer 1838 1928 74829 Q18528735
Ethel Grimwood Grimwood [née Moore; other married name Miller], Ethel Brabazon [pseud. Ethel St Clair Grimwood] (1867–1928), the heroine of Manipur 1867 1928 101006 Q18528895
Florence Balgarnie Balgarnie, Florence (1856–1928), feminist and temperance campaigner 1856 1928 55095 Q18671171
Janet Wallis Wallis [née McCall], Janet Sophia (1858–1928), philanthropist and founder of the Mission of Hope 1858 1928 55693 Q18819507
Theodora Bonwick Bonwick, Theodora Ellen (1876–1928), educationist and women's rights activist 1876 1928 63836 Q18917480
Jane Roadknight English schoolteacher and inspector of schools 1929 teacher 75588 Q18529956
Louisa Wilkins English agricultural administrator 1873 1929 administrator 50178 Q19325954
Isabella Reaney Reaney [née Edis], Isabella Emily Thomasa [Isabel] (1847–1929), preacher and social activist 1847 1929 56693 Q18559767
Sarah Matthews Matthews [née Gee], Sarah Magdalene (1846–1929), temperance leader 1846 1929 55199 Q18559864
Caroline Rigg Rigg, Caroline Edith (1852–1929), headmistress 1852 1929 head teacher 51759 Q18783583
Caroline Bishop Bishop, Caroline Garrison (1846–1929), promoter of kindergarten education 1846 1929 56328 Q18810625
Edith Thompson Thompson, Edith [pseud. Evelyn Todd] (1848–1929), historian and lexicographer 1848 1929 64832 Q18875670
Mary Collier Collier [née Hardcastle], Mary Josephine, Lady Monkswell (1849–1930), diarist 1849 1930 48939 Q18529142
Pamela Shepherd Shepherd [née Morgan], Pamela [known as Mother Shepherd] (1836–1930), evangelist 1836 1930 58577 Q18530551
Dorette Wilkie Wilkie [formerly Wilke], Dorette (1867–1930), promoter of women's physical education 1867 1930 63387 Q18671004
Maria Smith Smith, Maria Constance (1853–1930), civil servant 1853 1930 48846 Q18922126
Ethel Arnold Arnold, Ethel Margaret (1864/5–1930), journalist, author, and lecturer on female suffrage 1860s 1930-10-05 journalist
writer
academic lecturer
58174 Q18528875
Gertrude Kinnaird English philanthropist 1853 1931 55224 Q18527747
Nancie Clifton Reynolds English domestic advice writer and broadcaster 1903 1931 writer
broadcaster
105938 Q28053622
Charlotte Toynbee Toynbee [née Atwood], Charlotte Maria (1841–1931), college administrator and local government official 1841 1931 48428 Q18670904
Mary Moore English actress and theatre manager 1861 1931 37053 Q18756961
Constance Flower Flower [née de Rothschild], Constance, Lady Battersea (1843–1931), philanthropist and author 1843 1931 41320 Q18759250
Bessie Charles British architect 1869 1932 architect 63719 Q18526662
Catherine Dodd Dodd, Catherine Isabella (1860–1932), educationist and author 1860 1932 novelist 48579 Q18592959
Dilys Glynne Jones English educationist 1857 1932 educationalist 48526 Q19325423
Selina Causton English novelist and artist 1852 1932 novelist
artist
75535 Q27772327
Penelope Lawrence founder of Roedean School, Brighton 1856 1932 48570 Q18559840
Aine Ni Fhoghludha Irish language writer 1880-11-10 1932 59445 Q18729932
Agnes Morrogh Bernard Bernard, Agnes Morrogh [name in religion Mary Joseph Arsenius] (1842–1932), Roman Catholic nun 1842 1932 nun 50756 Q18756561
Dorothy Lawrence a founder of Roedean School, Brighton 1860 1933 65055 Q18576059
Katherine Bathurst British inspector of schools 1862 1933 inspector 48585 Q18576613
Elizabeth Knight English doctor and campaigner for women's suffrage 1869 1933 physician
suffrage activist
38524 Q18593026
Beatrice Hankey Hankey, Beatrice [called Help] (1858–1933), evangelist 1858 1933 41260 Q18526618
Georgina Castle Smith Smith, Georgina Castle [née Georgina Meyrick; pseud. Brenda] (1845–1933), children's writer 1845 1933 41041 Q18527690
Hilda Gregg novelist and short-story writer 1868 1933 novelist 38927 Q18528854
Annie Tomlinson Tomlinson [née Bamford], Annie (1870–1933), journalist and co-operator 1870 1933 70666 Q18670748
Emily Carpenter Carpenter, Emily Ann (1834–1933), college head 1834 1933 48523 Q18671143
Mary Moore English headmistress and writer on Natal 1860 1933 head teacher
writer
74224 Q18756962
Maude Lawrence civil servant 1864 1933 civil servant 48588 Q18917766
Maude Ashurst Biggs British translator 1857
1856-12-26
1933-07-14 translator 74800 Q15980965
Josephine Stewart Scottish schoolmistress and golfer 1870 1934 57977 Q18528097
Mary Wood English educationist and college head 1868 1934 51783 Q18529286
Essie Conway Conway, Essie Ruth (1862–1934), headmistress and educationist 1862 1934 head teacher
educationalist
61179 Q18783639
Mabel Barltrop English founder of the Panacea Society 1866 1934 religious leader 93402 Q27908795
Alice Perrin British novelist 1867 1934 novelist 101279 Q28011909
Helen Ferguson Ferguson, Ronald Crauford Munro, Viscount Novar (1860–1934), politician and governor-general of Australia 1860 1934 60197 Q18528166
Henrietta Soltau Soltau, Henrietta Eliza (1843–1934), evangelist and promoter of missionary work 1843 1934 Evangelist 47063 Q18528273
Jessie Wilton Phipps Phipps [née Duncan], Dame Jessie Percy Butler Wilton (1855–1934), educational administrator 1855 1934 52033 Q18810826
Winifred Mercier Mercier, Winifred Louise (1878–1934), educationist and college head 1878 1934 48685 Q18811433
May Staveley Staveley, May Christophera (1863–1934), university teacher 1863 1934 52393 Q18819692
Kate Hurlbatt Hurlbatt, Ethel (1866–1934), college head 1866 1934 52392 Q18922083
Florence Gadesden Gadesden [Gadsden], Florence Marie Armroid (1853–1934), headmistress 1853 1934 head teacher 48569 Q18936046
Elizabeth de Sodington Blount English pamphlet writer and social activist 1850 1935 65868 Q18528554
Euphemia Somerville Somerville [née Gibb], Euphemia Gilchrist (1860–1935), social worker and local politician 1860 1935 69908 Q18821778
Elizabeth Hutchins Hutchins, Elizabeth Leigh (1858–1935), social investigator and socialist 1858 1935 69834 Q18559729
Constance Maynard Maynard, Constance Louisa (1849–1935), college head 1849 1935 48459 Q18670936
Alice Bradlaugh Bonner, Hypatia Bradlaugh (1858–1935), freethinker and radical 1858 1935 47701 Q18681450
Frances Gray Irish headmistress 1861 1935 head teacher 48642 Q18875932
Maude Clarke Clarke, Maude Violet (1892–1935), historian 1892 1935 32432 Q18936212
Mary Brown Brown [née Solomon], Mary (1847–1935), social reformer 1847 1935 56690 Q18954451
Henrietta White Anglo-Irish educationist and college head 1856 1936 educationalist
college head
48531 Q18761977
Ellen Bateman actress 1844 1936 actor 49685 Q19325566
Zoë Barbara Fairfield English secretary of the Student Christian Movement 1878 1936 charity administrator 66047 Q27578052
Anne Cummins Cummins, Anne Emily (1869–1936), social worker 1869 1936 75263 Q18526495
Fanny Houston Houston, Dame Fanny Lucy (1857–1936), adventuress 1857 1936 34015 Q18528995
Rhoda Anstey Anstey, Rhoda (1865–1936), promoter of women's physical education 1865 1936 50290 Q18530729
Grace Woodhead Woodhead, Grace Eyre (1864–1936), philanthropist and mental health reformer 1864 1936 66663 Q18730376
Olive Temple Temple [née MacLeod], Olive Susan Miranda (1880–1936), traveller and author 1880 1936 63622 Q18733702
Alexandra Chalmers Watson Watson, Alexandra Mary Chalmers [Mona; née Alexandra Mary Geddes] (1872–1936), medical practitioner and head of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps 1872 1936 physician 67666 Q18819364
Frances Wolseley Wolseley, Frances Garnet, Viscountess Wolseley (1872–1936), gardener and author 1872 1936 49185 Q18936049
Kitty Jenner English author and artist 1853-09-12 1936-10-21 author
artist
89855 Q18546678
Gertrude Forbes Robertson Robertson, Sir Johnston Forbes- (1853–1937), actor and theatre manager 1853 1937 51416 Q18527744
Geraldine Hodgson English promoter of teacher training 1865 1937 48582 Q18576253
Mary Higgs Higgs [née Kingsland], Mary Ann (1854–1937), social reformer 1854 1937 38523 Q18733158
Mary Charteris Charteris [née Wyndham], Mary Constance, countess of Wemyss (1862–1937), hostess 1862 1937 40735 Q18811064
Nora Griffith Scottish Egyptologist and illustrator 1870-12-07 1937-10-21 61043 Q18819729
Margaret Nimmo Nimmo, Margaret Jane (1850–1938), headmistress 1850 1938 head teacher 51755 Q18576687
Gertrude Benham Benham, Gertrude Emily [Truda] (1867–1938), traveller and collector 1867 1938 57169 Q18527742
Mary Symon Symon, Mary (1863–1938), poet 1863 1938 poet 60934 Q18529264
Jane Latham Latham, Jane Leeke (1867–1938), college head and missionary 1867 1938 missionary 51785 Q18529949
Jerusha Davidson Richardson English philanthropist and author 1864 1938 author
philanthropist
60989 Q18530043
Myra Sadd Brown Brown, Myra Eleanor Sadd [née Myra Eleanor Sadd] (1872–1938), women's rights activist and internationalist 1872 1938 63887 Q18530435
Irene Marsh Marsh, Irene Mabel (1875–1938), promoter of women's physical education 1875 1938 93053 Q18546393
Elizabeth Aguzzi Aguzzi, Elizabeth Clarice [Lizzie] (1856–1938), equestrian performer 1856 1938 equestrian 53837 Q18783632
Jane Hannay Hannay [née Wilson], Jane Ewing (1868–1938), schoolteacher and women's welfare campaigner 1868 1938 52734 Q18878060
Mary Corkling Corkling, Mary Ann Yates [pseud. May Yates] (1850–1938), food reformer 1850 1938 writer
painter
74770 Q18922138
Mary Walker Walker, Mary Russell (1846–1938), headmistress and promoter of women's education 1846 1938 head teacher 48670 Q18936207
Rachel Juliet Fox English Southcottian 1858 1939 writer 104882 Q28045668
Lavinia Talbot Talbot [née Lyttelton], Lavinia (1849–1939), promoter of women's education 1849 1939 52031 Q18528459
Mary Booth Booth [née Macaulay], Mary Catherine (1847–1939), social reformer and philanthropist 1847 1939 56336 Q18546691
Ella Sykes Sykes, Ella Constance (1863–1939), traveller and writer 1863 1939 73441 Q18922205
Mary Hayllar English painter 1862 1940s painter 68065 Q18674194
Agneta Kinnaird English philanthropic volunteer 1850 1940 50782 Q18572170
Jessica Hayllar English artist 1858 1940 painter 68062 Q18671670
Virginia Bateman actor 1853 1940 actor 60241 Q18762113
Zehra Fyzee Indian author and social reformer 1866 1940 author
editor
102459 Q28032887
Elizabeth Chesser Chesser [née Sloan], Elizabeth Macfarlane (1877–1940), physician and medical journalist 1877 1940 physician 57661 Q18576120
Eva Gilpin Gilpin [married name Sadler], Eva Margaret (1868–1940), headmistress and educationist 1868 1940 head teacher
educationalist
71922 Q18671163
Elizabeth Burgwin Burgwin [née Canham], Elizabeth Miriam (1850–1940), educationist 1850 1940 51776 Q18783634
Mary Moberly English headmistress 1853 1940 head teacher 51756 Q18954458
Mary Douglas Douglas, Mary Alice (1860–1941), headmistress 1860 1941 head teacher 52738 Q18576719
Mary Paterson Scottish factory inspector and philanthropist 1864 1941 factory inspector 50741 Q18762038
Alice Woods Woods, Alice Augusta (1849–1941), educationist and college head 1849 1941 48574 Q18756582
Emma Hamlyn Hamlyn, Emma Warburton (1860–1941), benefactor 1860 1941 64540 Q18813193
Margaret Brownlow Grieve [née Law], Sophia Emma Magdalene [Maud] (1858–1941), herb grower 1858 1941 48841 Q18819610
Catherine Pine Pine, Catherine Emily (1864–1941), nurse and women's rights worker 1864 1941 63884 Q18875358
Georgiana Chapman Chapman [née Bayley], Georgiana Charlotte Clive, Lady Chapman (1855–1941), college administrator 1855 1941 52742 Q18876585
Thereza Rucker Rucker [née Story-Maskelyne], Thereza Charlotte, Lady Rucker (1863–1941), promoter of household science teaching 1863 1941 48425 Q18922308
Mary Gordon Gordon, Mary Louisa (1861–1941), physician and prison inspector 1861 1941 56108 Q18936204
Elizabeth Balfour Balfour [née Lytton], Elizabeth Edith [Betty], countess of Balfour (1867–1942), social hostess and biographer 1867 1942 59381 Q18576115
Sarah Bannister Bannister [née Stourton], Sarah Jane (1858–1942), educationist and local politician 1858 1942 75587 Q18954566
Christina Jamieson (1864–1942), Shetland writer and suffragist 1864-06-30 1942-03-23 writer 63872 Q18810638
Hilda Chamberlain Political organizer and activist 1870 1943 educationalist 105116 Q18528846
Emily Goodwin English figure of the Panacea Society 1858 1943 104883 Q28045669
Margaret Robertson English headmistress and educationist 1861 1943 head teacher
educationalist
51751 Q18559822
Mary Kernahan Kernahan, (John) Coulson (1858–1943), writer and promoter of compulsory military service 1858 1943 95700 Q18811071
Hilda Cashmore Cashmore, Hilda (1876–1943), university teacher and welfare worker 1876 1943 52725 Q18917213
Margaret Tyler Tyler, Margaret Lucy (1859–1943), homoeopathic practitioner 1859-02-09 1943-06-21 41257 Q18528984
Mary Benton English headmistress 1855 1944 head teacher 48672 Q18576707
Stansmore Dean Scottish painter 1866 1944 painter 59394 Q18757126
Ethel Stokes record agent and preserver of local archives (1870–1944) 1870 1944 archivist 106742 Q19335459
Emma Holt Holt, Emma Georgina (1862–1944), philanthropist and supporter of women's higher education 1862 1944 52395 Q18528733
Madeleine ffrench Mullen Mullen, Madeleine ffrench- (1880–1944), medical officer and hospital administrator 1880 1944 58635 Q18528859
Jane Stoddart Scottish journalist and author 1863 1944 53271 Q18559774
Esther Lawrence Lawrence, Esther Ella (1862–1944), educationist 1862 1944 56327 Q18671160
Annie Carline English painter 1862 1945 visual artist 73991 Q18875117
Caroline Herford English educationist 1860 1945 head teacher
educationalist
58518 Q18922096
Helen Sheldon Sheldon, Helen Maud (1859–1945), headmistress and educationist 1859 1945 head teacher 58462 Q18528184
Ethel Goodenough Goodenough, Ethel Mary [Angela] (1900–1946), naval officer 1900 1946 62330 Q18528893
Hannah Cohen English philanthropist and civil servant 1875 1946 civil servant
philanthropist
56663 Q18576275
Henrietta Schutze Schütze [née Raphael; other married name Mendl], (Gladys) Henrietta [pseud. Henrietta Leslie] (1884–1946), writer and pacifist 1884 1946 71774 Q18876847
Lucy Mary Silcox
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English headmistress and feminist 1862 1947 head teacher 53822 Q21557354
Alice Seymour English follower of Joanna Southcott 1857 1947 school teacher
writer
93403 Q27908803
Helene Reynard economist and college administrator 1875 1947 economist 48684 Q18528202
Edith Crowdy Crowdy, Edith Frances (1880–1947), travel agent and member of the Women's Royal Naval Service 1880 1947 62129 Q18810666
Agnes Hardie Hardie [married name Hughes], Agnes Paterson [Nan] (1885–1947), socialist and political activist 1885 1947 50060 Q18874829
Mary Allan Scottish college head 1869 1947 academic administration 52726 Q18917721
Maud Cattell Cattell, (Fanny) Maud (1857–1947), nurse 1857 1947 nurse 47845 Q18917759
Dorothy Hewer English herb farmer 1888 1948 48840 Q18576056
Katherine Chapman British physician & radiographer 1883 1948 physician
radiographer
74924 Q18576615
May Seaton Tiedeman Tiedeman, May Louise Seaton- (1864?–1948), campaigner for divorce law reform 1948 activist 62692 Q18733326
Ethel Trew Trew, Ethel Mary (1869–1948), headmistress 1869 1948 head teacher 52390 Q19325627
Katherine Hughes Wesleyan mission worker in London 1853 1948 47027 Q19366882
Mary Lamond Church of Scotland deaconess 1862 1948 deaconess 48784 Q26868660
Virginia Crawford Crawford [née Smith], Virginia Mary (1862–1948), party in the Dilke divorce case and social worker 1862 1948 38881 Q18530953
Elizabeth Macadam Macadam, Elizabeth (1871–1948), social worker 1871 1948 53582 Q18576134
Frances Durham Durham, Frances Hermia (1873–1948), civil servant 1873 1948 62141 Q18922236
Katherine Tristram Tristram, Katherine Alice Salvin (1858–1948), missionary and teacher in Japan 1858 1948 missionary 63276 Q18954429
Florence Petty British cookery writer and broadcaster 1870-12-01 1948-11-18 cookery writer
broadcaster
106197 Q19335460
Emily Lorimer Irish linguist 1881 1949 linguist 76723 Q18528716
Clara Ellen Grant English headmistress and settlement worker 1867 1949 head teacher 70411 Q27670006
Rosalie Chichester Chichester, Rosalie Caroline (1865–1949), landowner 1865 1949 45578 Q18527633
Theodora Morton English welfare worker 1872 1949 75120 Q18528663
Mabel Knowles Knowles, Mabel Winifred [pseuds. May Wynne, Lester Lurgan] (1875–1949), popular writer and church worker 1875 1949 58982 Q18559820
Margaret Gyles Gyles, Margaret Alethea [known as Althea Gyles] (1868–1949), artist and poet 1868 1949 poet
artist
59193 Q18936197
Monica Bridges pianist and composer, wife of Robert Bridges 1863-08-31 1949-11-09 75584 Q18576762
Hannah Robertson educationist and promoter of higher education for women 1862 1950 48704 Q18810756
Kathleen Butler English scholar of Italian 1883 1950 62108 Q18528283
Hilda Horniblow Horniblow [married name Dalton], (Emilie) Hilda (1886–1950), chief controller of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps and educationist 1886 1950 62131 Q18528862
Annie Walker chemist, wife of James Walker 1871-12-04 1950-09-07 chemist 56154 Q19037431
Beatrice Webb English medical practitioner 1863 1951 medic 104435 Q28043879
Ada Dundas Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published 1864-05-22 1951-01-14 artist 73662 Q18670632
Hilda Marley Marley, Hilda Gertrude [name in religion Marie Hilda] (1876–1951), psychologist and educationist 1876 1951 52745 Q18528865
Fanny Wilkinson Wilkinson, Fanny Rollo (1855–1951), landscape gardener 1855 1951 gardener 97936 Q18528999
Edith Major Major, Edith Helen (1867–1951), headmistress and college head 1867 1951 head teacher
college head
48448 Q18671016
Victoria Bruce Bruce, Victoria Alexandrina Katherine (1898–1951), prison governor 1898 1951 63745 Q18880320
Alice Bruce Bruce, Alice Moore (1867–1951), educationist 1867 1951 51854 Q18917197
Margaret Stansfeld Stansfeld, Margaret (1860–1951), college head and promoter of physical education for girls 1860 1951 36253 Q18917690
Mary Kelly Kelly, Mary Elfreda (1888–1951), founder of the Village Drama Society 1888 1951 69833 Q18917745
Helen Wilson English social purity campaigner and physician 1864 1951 57832 Q18954236
Hilda Murray British philologist and literary scholar 1875 1951 48501 Q18954256
Harriet Dunnico, Lady Dunnico English voluntary worker 1877 1952 voluntary worker 100441 Q27925068
Emily Clapham English couturier 1857 1952 dressmaker 109541 Q28091090
Mary Dawson Elwell British painter (1874-1952) 1874 1952 painter 110121 Q21457512
Florence Boot Boot [née Rowe], Florence Annie, Lady Trent (1863–1952), businesswoman and benefactor 1863 1952 70641 Q18529058
Gertrude von Petzold Petzold, Gertrude von (1876–1952), Unitarian minister and public lecturer 1876 1952 minister
lecturer
45467 Q18546373
Margaret Paulin Young Scottish headmistress 1864 1953 head teacher 53799 Q27207181
Celia Rooke Rooke, Noel (1881–1953), wood-engraver 1881 1953 70897 Q18670833
Gertrude May King English social worker and missionary 1867 1954 social worker
missionary
103386 Q28035043
Mabel St Clair Stobart
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Stobart, Mabel Annie St Clair [née Mabel Annie Boulton; other married name Mabel Annie Stobart Greenhalgh] (1862–1954), medical relief worker and writer 1862
1862-02-03
1954 56253 Q18576664
Marian Pease Pease, Marian Fry (1859–1954), schoolteacher 1859 1954 48581 Q18529015
Ann Davies Davies, Ann Lorraine [known as Ann Lindsay] (1914–1954), actress and translator 1914 1954 translator 68985 Q18572230
Catharine Dodgson Dodgson [née Spooner], (Frances) Catharine (1883–1954), portrait painter 1883 1954 32849 Q18670826
Leah Elliott dancer 1896 1955 theatre director 73289 Q19325925
Edith Lawrence Flight, (Walter) Claude (1881–1955), linocut artist and art teacher 1881 1955 75977 Q18527934
Emmeline Tanner Tanner, Dame Emmeline Mary (1876–1955), headmistress and educational reformer 1876 1955 head teacher 52247 Q18528746
Hilda Clark Clark, Hilda (1881–1955), physician and humanitarian aid worker 1881 1955 38518 Q18819483
Lilian Franklin Franklin, Lilian Annie Margueretta (1882–1955), commanding officer of the FANY 1882 1955 70513 Q18819584
Mary Collin Collin, Mary (1860–1955), headmistress 1860 1955 head teacher 51850 Q18819659
Sybil Neville Rolfe Rolfe, Sybil Katherine Neville- [née Sybil Burney] (1885–1955), social hygienist 1885 1955 76744 Q18880272
Margaret Lee Lee, Margaret Lucy (1871–1955), headmistress 1871 1955 head teacher 56939 Q18954434
Dorothea Ewart English historian 1870 1956 historian 107214 Q28059962
Dorothy Gardiner English writer 1873 1957 51780 Q18576052
Ethel De la Cour Cour, Ethel Maud De la (1869–1957), college head and soroptimist 1869 1957 52733 Q18528885
Marion Fawcett Fawcett, Marion [real name Catherine Rodger Campbell; married name Catherine Rodger Ball] (1877–1957), actress and theatre director 1877 1957 theatre director 56057 Q18534234
Janie Robertson Robertson, Janie Macbeth (1879–1957), headmistress 1879 1957 head teacher 52735 Q18576420
Marcia Rice Rice, Marcia Alice (1868–1958), headmistress and historian 1868 1958 head teacher
historian
52727 Q18576669
Lily Loat anti-vaccination activist 1958 activist 50749 Q18528632
Barbara Foxley English educationist and campaigner for women's rights 1860 1958 educationalist
activist
58474 Q18526599
Kathleen Hale British fund-raiser 1887 1958 63748 Q18528291
Mabel Stringer Stringer, Mabel Emily (1868–1958), golfer and journalist 1868 1958 golfer 63388 Q18528803
Miriam Lightowler Lightowler [née Butler], Miriam (1875–1958), local politician 1875 1958 71091 Q18530400
Nessie Stewart Brown Brown, Nessie Stewart [née Nessie Muspratt] (1864–1958), local politician 1864 1958 59518 Q18530471
Margaret Longhurst museum curator 1882 1958 65994 Q18674130
Dorothea Hosie writer on China 1885 1959 writer
editor
57341 Q18527784
De Courcy Lewthwaite Dewar metalwork designer 1878 1959 designer
metal worker
77074 Q18592986
Kate Hayllar English artist 1864 1959 artist 68064 Q18674056
Dorothea Maude Maude [married name Nasmyth], Dorothea Clara (1879–1959), physician and surgeon 1879 1959 surgeon 94156 Q18527786
Ann Thomason Thomason, Ann Arabella [known as Bella Thomasson] (1874–1959), bookmaker 1874 1959 56685 Q18670737
Edith Langridge Langridge, Edith [known as Mother Edith] (1864–1959), settlement worker and missionary in India 1864 1959 missionary 45472 Q18671015
Dorothy Layton English suffragist and politician 1887 1959 suffrage activist
politician
75169 Q18875771
Margaret Hannan Watson headmistress 1873 1959 head teacher 52737 Q18922120
Flora Freeman philanthropist and writer 1960 philanthropist
writer
58521 Q18529043
Blanche Clough English college head and educational administrator 1861 1960 college head
academic administrator
48434 Q18526668
Esther Killick Killick, Esther Margaret (1902–1960), physiologist 1902 1960 physiologist 65978 Q18528871
Winifred Dakyns English naval officer 1875 1960 military officer 63777 Q18672992
Leonora Eyles Eyles [née Pitcairn; other married name Murray], (Margaret) Leonora (1889–1960), novelist and journalist 1889 1960 novelist
journalist
feminist
memoirist
56952 Q18783838
Sophie O'Brien O'Brien [née Raffalovich], Sophie (1860–1960), author and Irish nationalist 1860
1860-01-16
1960
1960-01
55178 Q18880265
Barbara Denis de Vitré Vitré, Barbara Mary Denis de (1905–1960), police officer 1905-11-06 1960-08-08 police officer 97986 Q18526598
Edith Thompson English sports and empire settlement administrator 1877 1961 administrator 103423 Q18527945
Gladys Pott English anti-suffragist and civil servant 1867 1961 civil servant 41259 Q18593089
Clara Milburn Milburn [née Bagnall], Clara Emily (1883–1961), housewife and diarist 1883 1961 diarist 73802 Q18527153
Mabel Warburton Warburton, Mabel Clarisse (1879–1961), missionary and educationist 1879 1961 missionary 70088 Q18528806
Margaret Frere Frere, Margaret (1863–1961), welfare worker 1863 1961 75205 Q18528959
Rotha Clay Clay, Rotha Mary (1878–1961), historian and social worker 1878 1961 61734 Q18559862
Linda Martel Martel, Linda (1956–1961), healer 1956 1961 healer 71081 Q18674102
Dorothy Thompson Thompson, Dorothy Evelyn (1888–1961), mountaineer 1888 1961 mountaineer 62485 Q18819400
Marian Smith American anthropologist 1907
1907-05-10
1961
1961-05-02
anthropologist 75495 Q18819632
Phyllis Reiss Reiss [née Lucas], Phyllis Emily (1886–1961), garden designer 1886 1961 48842 Q18917252
Eva Tenison Tenison, Eva Mabel [pseuds. Michael Barrington, Nauticus, Historicus] (1880–1961), historian and novelist 1880 1961 47028 Q18922224
Cecily Cook Cook [née Graves], Cecily Mary (1889/90–1962), trade unionist and suffrage campaigner 1962 53630 Q18730052
Lena Vassileva Russian revolutionary 1963 revolutionary 93679 Q18528507
Lilian Elliott English traveller and journalist 1874 1963 100260 Q18528619
Pearl Marguerite Hyde English leader of women's voluntary work and politician 1904 1963 politician
voluntary worker
73538 Q19043441
Grace McDougall McDougall [née Smith], Grace Alexandra (1887–1963), officer of the FANY 1887 1963 59610 Q18759284
Evelyn Simpson English literary scholar 1885 1963 specialist in literature 60246 Q18922228
Rosalind Brown English headmistress 1872 1964 head teacher 48693 Q18527639
Florence Barrow English relief worker and promoter of improved housing 1876 1964 social worker 38513 Q23023875
Emily Lutyens theosophist 1874 1964 50654 Q26882124
Helen Ekins Ekins, (Emily) Helen (1879–1964), horticulturist and educational administrator 1879 1964 50035 Q18528164
Emilie Peacocke Peacocke [née Marshall], Emilie Hawkes (1882–1964), journalist 1882 1964 48470 Q18528695
Eliza Allan Allan, Eliza MacNaughton Luke [Dot] (1886–1964), novelist 1886 1964 novelist 60199 Q18954168
Maud Ingram English solicitor 1889 1965 solicitor 102120 Q18917762
Lilias Bathurst Bathurst [née Borthwick], Lilias Margaret Frances, Countess Bathurst (1871–1965), newspaper publisher 1871 1965 65832 Q19043335
Brenda Seligman ethnologist, wife of Charles Gabriel Seligman 1883-06-26 1965-01-02 ethnologist 75428 Q18526674
Helen Nussey Nussey, Helen Georgiana (1875–1965), welfare worker 1875 1965 75204 Q18528174
Nellie Boxall Boxall, Nellie (1890–1965), cook and servant 1890 1965 94651 Q18811104
Miriam Moses Moses, Miriam (1884–1965), local politician 1884 1965 70162 Q18922153
Mabel Prichard voluntary welfare worker, wife of Harold Arthur Prichard 1875-02-17 1965-03-14 53017 Q18576660
Lucy Nettlefold English company director and local government politician 1891 1966 politician 102121 Q18528734
Louisa Gurney English headmistress 1873 1966 head teacher 74988 Q18576645
Kate Edith Pierce librarian (1873–1966) 1873 1966 70123 Q19335521
Rose Rosenberg political secretary (1892–1966) 1892 1966 secretary 106736 Q19335584
Rebecca Sieff Sieff, Rebecca Dora (1890–1966), feminist and Zionist 1890-02-23 1966-01-08 39092 Q18576852
Emily Jones Jones, Emily Beatrix Coursolles (1893–1966), novelist 1893 1966 56953 Q18528714
Marjorie Dence Dence, Marjorie Lillian (1901–1966), actress and theatre manager 1901 1966 67798 Q18529034
Mary Trevelyan political hostess and voluntary worker 1881 1966 53939 Q18529269
Isabella Rennie Rennie [née Moorhouse], Isabella Southern [Belle] (1875–1966), educationist 1875 1966 48580 Q18819489
Dorothy Renton Renton [née Robertson], Dorothy Graham (1898–1966), gardener 1898 1966 95335 Q18917429
Annie Whitelaw Whitelaw, Annie Watt (1875–1966), headmistress and educationist 1875-08-17 1966-08-11 head teacher
educationalist
70074 Q19037469
Ida Chamberlain English political organizer and activist 1872 1967 educationalist
activist
105115 Q18529131
Helen Thomas English autobiographer 1877 1967 71508 Q18730393
Atiya Fyzee Indian author 1877 1967 author 102457 Q28018906
Dorothy Hare Hare, Dorothy Christian (1876–1967), physician 1876 1967 60911 Q18576053
Dorothy Keeling Keeling, Dorothy Clarissa (1881–1967), social worker 1881 1967 46438 Q18576058
Elizabeth Hamilton Hamilton, Elizabeth (1840–1882), philosopher and educationist 1892 1968 52723 Q19325545
Nazli Fyzee Indian author and social reformer 1874 1968 author 102458 Q28020121
Dorothy Champney English rally driver 1909 1968 rally driver 107243 Q28062768
Phoebe Sheavyn Sheavyn, Phoebe Ann Beale (1865–1968), literary scholar and feminist 1865 1968 52388 Q18530660
Mary Baxter Ellis Ellis, Mary Baxter (1892–1968), commanding officer of the FANY 1892 1968 70523 Q18674184
Gabrielle Patterson Patterson [née Burr], Gabrielle Ruth Millicent (1905–1968), aviator 1905 1968 aviator 67686 Q18783655
Ethel Osborne Australian industrial hygienist and medical practitioner 1882-01-30 1968-12-03 hygienist
dietitian
physician
55347 Q18528898
Leila Rendel Rendel, Leila Margaret (1882–1969), social worker and children's campaigner 1882 1969 social worker
activist
98156 Q18528493
Hilda Light Light, Hilda Mary (1890–1969), sports administrator 1890 1969 administrator 103422 Q18528863
Ethel Browning English toxicologist and factory inspector 1891 1969 toxicologist
factory inspector
57854 Q18528881
Irene Castle
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American ballroom dancer 1893-04-17 1969-01-25 actor 58751 Q13036476
Lilian Charlesworth Charlesworth, Lilian Edith (1897–1970), headmistress and promoter of international understanding 1897 1970 head teacher 75431 Q18528607
Cornelia Smith Smith [née Johnson], Cornelia Estelle [Connie] (1875–1970), music-hall entertainer and actress 1875 1970 94605 Q18576012
Helen Holm Holm [née Gray], Helen Warren (1907–1971), golfer 1907 1971 golfer 51540 Q18576293
Nancy Fairbrother author and environmentalist (1912–1971) 1912 1971 writer
environmentalist
67032 Q18674250
Fanny Dango English actress 1878 1972 actor 105627 Q28052663
Catharine Washington Washington [née Waddell], Catharine Marguerite Beauchamp [Pat] (1892–1972), volunteer ambulance driver and member of the FANY 1892 1972 70525 Q18526710
Madeleine Dodds English historian 1885 1972 historian 60805 Q18528848
Elsie Wisdom Wisdom [née Gleed], Elsie Mary [Bill] (1904–1972), racing driver 1904 1972 racecar driver 104422 Q18576144
Daisy Bridges Bridges, Daisy Caroline (1894–1972), nursing administrator 1894 1972 61368 Q18954125
Beatrice May Baker English headmistress and internationalist 1876 1973 head teacher 95652 Q27915484
Caryl Jenner Jenner, Caryl [real name Pamela Penelope Ripman] (1917–1973), theatre director and manager 1917 1973 theatre director 68210 Q18670825
Helena Deneke Deneke, Helena Clara (1878–1973), German scholar 1878 1973 56938 Q18756747
Katharine Westaway English classical scholar and headmistress 1893 1973 classical scholar
head teacher
62406 Q18762021
Hilda Ormsby Ormsby [née Rodwell Jones], Hilda (1877–1973), geographer 1877 1973 62412 Q18917216
Vera Kenmure Kenmure [née Findlay], Vera Mary Muir (1904–1973), Congregational minister 1904-02-13 1973-02-27 minister 48855 Q18530941
Merlyn Severn English photographer 1897-08-08 1973-11-12 photographer 69508 Q18783869
Hope Gamwell Member of the FANY during World War II 1893 1974 67669 Q18877395
Dorothy Emily Stevenson novelist (1892–1974) 1892 1974 novelist 56949 Q19335444
Ava Anderson, Viscountess Waverley English political and social hostess 1895 1974 109615 Q28091622
Marjorie Foster Foster, Marjorie Elaine (1893–1974), rifle shot and poultry farmer 1893 1974 65174 Q19326006
Dora Yates Yates, Dora Esther (1879–1974), bibliographer and Romani scholar 1879 1974 65659 Q18527764
Alice Foley Foley, Alice (1891–1974), trade unionist and autobiographer 1891 1974 71614 Q18572197
Eva Hasell Hasell, (Frances Hatton) Eva (1886–1974), traveller and missionary 1886 1974 missionary 57177 Q18576160
Beryl Power Power, Beryl Millicent Le Poer (1891–1974), civil servant 1891 1974 45653 Q18730030
Ida Shepley English actress and singer 1908 1975 actor
singer
100422 Q27925049
Frances Goodall Goodall, Frances Gowland (1893–1976), nurse 1893 1976 55672 Q18529112
Olive Dehn Dehn, Paul Edward (1912–1976), writer and film critic 1912 1976 writer
film critic
100311 Q18530533
Isobel Forrester Forrester [née McColl], Isobel Margaret Stewart (1895–1976), ecumenist 1895 1976 66407 Q18730534
Eleanora Carus Wilson Canadian-English economic historian 1897 1977 university teacher 30905 Q18810694
Dorothy Spiers English actuary 1897 1977 actuary 63854 Q18527816
Margaret Backhouse Backhouse, Margaret Ann (1887–1977), educationist and humanitarian activist 1887 1977 educationalist
activist
103381 Q18528920
Maud MacLellan MacLellan, Maud Lilburn (1903–1977), commanding officer of the FANY 1903 1977 71505 Q18917764
Marjorie Hollond Hollond [née Tappan], Marjorie (1895–1977), economist and academic administrator 1895 1977 65548 Q18922130
Kathleen Lloyd Jones garden designer and nurserywoman 1898 1978 gardener
garden designer
horticulturist
67031 Q18576619
Doris Waters English comedian 1899 1978 65436 Q18844101
Nancy Hewins Hewins, (Margaret) Nancy (1902–1978), theatre director and actress 1902 1978 theatre director 56707 Q18530437
Frances Stephens Stephens [married name Smith], Frances [Bunty] (1924–1978), golfer 1924 1978 golfer 31696 Q18922241
Jessie Wood British mezzo-soprano singer, companion of Henry Wood 1882-11-23 1979-06-14 53468 Q18528405
Pearl Jephcott English social researcher 1900 1980 67334 Q18593391
Gladys Wright English promoter of women's physical education 1891 1980 93577 Q18917701
Enid Warren Warren, Enid Charis (1903–1980), medical social worker 1903 1980 75266 Q18528753
Isabella Leitch Leitch, Isabella (1890–1980), nutritional physiologist 1890 1980 61346 Q18671524
Irene Rathbone Rathbone, (Beatrice) Irene (1892–1980), novelist 1892 1980 93807 Q18922340
Constance Lewcock (1894–1980), suffragette and socialist 1894-04-11 1980-11-11 89853 Q18576009
Francesca Wilson English schoolteacher and refugee relief worker 1888 1981 teacher 103379 Q18529132
Dorothy Braddell Braddell [née Busse], Dorothy Adelaide (1889–1981), designer and decorative artist 1889 1981 63961 Q18576047
Enid Welsford English literary scholar 1892 1981 specialist in literature 62393 Q18783636
Beryl Hutchinson Hutchinson, Beryl Butterworth (1892–1981), volunteer ambulance driver and member of the FANY 1892 1981 70518 Q18922082
Barbara Strang Strang [née Carr], Barbara Mary Hope, Lady Strang (1925–1982), English language scholar 1925 1982 69691 Q18526605
Winifred Griffiths Griffiths [née Rutley], Winifred (1895–1982), politician's wife and autobiographer 1895 1982 58172 Q18531685
Alice Walker Walker, Alice (1900–1982), literary scholar 1900 1982 60296 Q18572209
Chrystabel Procter Procter, Chrystabel Prudence Goldsmith (1894–1982), horticulturist 1894 1982 67029 Q18575996
Marguerite Hamilton Hamilton [née Nanco], Marguerite Alberta Cora [Rita] (1907–1982), Hispanic scholar 1907 1982 erudite 98266 Q18733092
Margaret Thomson Scottish physician and prisoner of war (1902-1982) 1902 1982 physician 73897 Q18880111
Muriel MacSwiney wife of Terence James MacSwiney 1892-06-08 1982-10-26 65852 Q18576771
Anne McAllister McAllister, Anne Hutchison (1892–1983), speech therapist and teacher 1892 1983 speech and language therapist
teacher
49235 Q18813155
Priscilla Scott Ellis Ellis, (Esyllt) Priscilla [Pip] Scott- (1916–1983), diarist 1916 1983 diarist 76869 Q18530673
Josephine Foss Foss, Josephine (1887–1983), missionary teacher and welfare worker in Asia 1887 1983 missionary 69880 Q18534223
Caroline Bradley Bradley, Caroline Frances (1946–1983), showjumper 1946 1983 equestrian 70094 Q18670824
Mia Pringle Pringle, Mia Lilly Kellmer (1920–1983), psychologist and first director of the National Children's Bureau 1920 1983 psychologist 31569 Q18936216
Margaret Gibb English political activist (1892-1984) 1892 1984 activist 53251 Q18576685
Margareta Burkill worker for refugees 1896 1984 voluntary worker 74445 Q18756955
Norah Riley English businesswoman 1895 1984 businessperson 107282 Q28062901
Mary Auld Auld [née Jardine; other married name Marshall], Mary (1893–1984), local politician and women's organizer 1893 1984 54392 Q18917727
Marjorie Steel Steel, (Edith) Marjorie (1904–1985), medical social worker 1904 1985 75264 Q18529037
Irene Savidge Savidge, (Marjorie) Irene (1905–1985), factory worker and subject of police interrogation 1905 1985 101236 Q18529152
Joyce Daniel Daniel [née Lee], Joyce Mary (1890–1985), campaigner for birth control 1890 1985 54992 Q18674049
Geraldine Aves English civil servant and social reformer 1898 1986 civil servant
social reformer
39870 Q18761967
Nesta Wells Wells [née Perry], Nesta Helen (1892–1986), physician and police surgeon 1892 1986 surgeon 58141 Q18530474
Mary Hewins Hewins [married name Bowtell], Mary Elizabeth (1914–1986), autobiographer 1914 1986 autobiographer 71619 Q18674197
Beatrice White White, Beatrice Mary Irene (1902–1986), literary scholar 1902 1986 39549 Q18917288
Elizabeth Monroe Monroe, Elizabeth (1905–1986), journalist and scholar of the Middle East 1905 1986 orientalist
journalist
47271 Q18917517
Frances Griffiths British photographer 1907-09-04 1986-07-11 photographer 58057 Q18529114
Barbara Franks English voluntary worker 1907 1987 89944 Q18546113
Ruth Bird Bird, Ruth (1899–1987), historian and schoolteacher 1899 1987 historian
teacher
69420 Q18593467
Marie Wilson Victim of the Enniskillen bombing in Northern Ireland 1967 1987 victim 76077 Q18674151
Rosalie Dreyer Dreyer, Rosalie (1895–1987), nurse 1895 1987 47640 Q18527638
Dorothy Farrar Farrar, Dorothy Hincksman (1899–1987), Methodist deaconess and preacher 1899 1987 52517 Q18576050
Joan Grigg English organizer of maternity and nursing services in Africa 1897 1987 76425 Q18576433
Eileen Winifred Edwards British sprinter active in the inter-war years 1903-03-31 1988 athletics competitor 103706 Q18528446
Elsie Wright English photographer 1901 1988 photographer 74896 Q18528681
Josephine Doll English actress and television producer 1926 1988 actor
television producer
69877 Q18576599
Muriel Chapman English chemist 1894 1988 chemist 53974 Q18576767
Lillian Bilocca Bilocca [née Marshall], Lillian [Lil] (1929–1988), trawler safety campaigner 1929 1988 activist 72725 Q18530334
Jean Roberts Roberts [née Weir], Dame Jean Barr McDonald (1895–1988), local politician 1895 1988 93052 Q18576425
Mary Mitchell Mitchell, Mary Frances (1923–1988), landscape architect 1923 1988 landscape architect 67030 Q18880129
Margaret Myles Myles [née Findlay], Margaret Fraser [Maggie] (1892–1988), midwife 1892 1988 74549 Q18922122
Janet Lacey Lacey, Janet (1903–1988), charity director 1903 1988 39873 Q18922376
Odette de Mourgues French university teacher and novelist (1914-1988) 1914-05-14 1988-07-01 university teacher 65493 Q2014490
Margaret Barr Fulton English occupational therapist 1900 1989 occupational therapist 56119 Q27251967
Elizabeth Mary Aslin English art historian and administrator 1923 1989 art historian
administrator
63945 Q27532975
Dorothea Ramsey English social worker 1904 1989 teacher
social worker
40660 Q18527804
Ann Kelly Kelly, (Margaret) Ann Davidson (1912–1989), medical social worker 1912 1989 social worker 75265 Q18526484
Alice Garnett Garnett [married name Crow], Alice (1903–1989), geographer 1903 1989 geographer 75624 Q18572201
Janet Hyslop Hyslop [née Reid], Janet Kerr [Jenny] (1898–1989), community activist 1898 1989 54401 Q18576417
Cynthia Jebb English political hostess and diarist 1898 1990 64960 Q18527366
Elsie Waters Waters, (Florence) Elsie (1893–1990), comedian 1893 1990 65437 Q18954180
Joyce Dennys British painter (1893-1991) 1893 1991 painter 76329 Q21465140
Elsie Chamberlain Chamberlain (married name Garrington), Elsie Dorothea (1910–1991), Congregational minister and radio broadcaster 1910 1991 minister
broadcaster
39510 Q18528676
Sylvia Gray Gray, Sylvia Mary (1909–1991), businesswoman and women's institute leader 1909 1991 businessperson 49758 Q18672372
Margaret Hewitt Hewitt, Margaret (1928–1991), sociologist and churchwoman 1928 1991 sociologist 72626 Q18880102
Louise Cook Campaigner for Jewish refugees with her sister Ida Cook [writer under the pseudonym Mary Burchell] 1901 1991-03-27 70842 Q18762031
Mary McGeachy McGeachy [married name Schuller], Mary Agnes Craig (1901–1991), international civil servant 1901-11-07 1991-11-02 75562 Q18576731
Sadie Speight Speight, Sadie [married name Sadie Martin, Lady Martin] (1906–1992), architect and designer 1906 1992 architect 51223 Q18576962
Helen Grant Grant [née Newsome], Helen Frances (1903–1992), Spanish scholar 1903 1992 erudite 98265 Q18528168
Juanita Frances Lemont feminist activist and organizer 1901 1992 63847 Q18528169
Evelyn Gardiner Gardiner, Evelyn Grace Rochfort [Eve] (1913–1992), beautician 1913 1992 cosmetologist 51381 Q18528948
Joanna Spicer Spicer [née Gibbon], Joanna Ravenscroft (1906–1992), television executive 1906 1992 51326 Q18671677
Jean Thompson Thompson, Jean Helen (1926–1992), demographer and civil servant 1926 1992 demographer
civil servant
51339 Q18731124
Eleanor Mears Mears [née Loudon], Eleanor Cowie [Ellen Cowie] (1917–1992), medical practitioner and campaigner 1917 1992 medic
activist
47178 Q18810692
Isabella Keyzer Keyzer [née Mitchell], Isabella [Bella] (1922–1992), textile and shipyard worker, and women's activist 1922 1992 activist 54416 Q18810792
Delia de Leon British actress 1901 1993 52223 Q18810658
Laura Grimond Grimond, Joseph [Jo], Baron Grimond (1913–1993), politician 1913 1993 55893 Q18528424
Lorna Pegram Pegram (née Woods), Lorna Gladys Hurst (1926–1993), television producer and novelist 1926 1993 television producer
novelist
53134 Q18528670
Margaret Gore Gore, Margaret Wyndham (1913–1993), airwoman and osteopath 1913 1993 aviator 67670 Q18528963
Hannah Stanton English social worker and anti-apartheid activist 1913 1993 social worker
activist
53338 Q18576279
Hazel Hastings Hastings [née Daunais], Hazel Mary (1897–1993), teacher and Roman Catholic laywoman 1897 1993 73840 Q18576289
Joyce Bishop Bishop, Dame (Margaret) Joyce (1896–1993), headmistress 1896 1993 head teacher 51446 Q18674048
Jean Augur Augur [née Thomas], Jean Florence (1934–1993), educationist 1934 1993 educationalist 51419 Q18936117
Margaret Boyd Boyd, Margaret [Maggie] (1913–1993), schoolteacher and lacrosse player 1913 1993 teacher
sportsperson
51501 Q18936194
Alison Smithson
AlisonPeterSmithson.jpg
British architect 1928-06-22 1993-08-14 architect 96708 Q2647238
Henrietta Leakey first wife of Louis Leakey 1902 1993-08-19 teacher 52219 Q18528256
Margaret Garner American hostess 1917 1994 socialite 55678 Q18936196
Victoria Laughland Laughland [née Jarman], Victoria Nicola Christina [Tory] (1944–1994), social worker and charity administrator 1944 1994 social worker
administrator
55087 Q18534944
Dorothy Hollingsworth Hollingsworth, Dorothy Frances (1916–1994), nutritionist and civil servant 1916 1994 nutritionist
civil servant
62173 Q18576057
Margaret Miles Miles, Dame Margaret (1911–1994), headmistress 1911 1994 head teacher 55137 Q18811042
Rosemary Du Cros Du Cros [née Rees], Rosemary Theresa, Lady Du Cros (1901–1994), aviator 1901 1994 68165 Q18821870
Olive Hirst Hirst, Olive Mirzl (1912–1994), advertising agent 1912 1994 advertising person 55025 Q18880152
Sheila Lochhead British prison visitor 1910-12-07 1994-07-22 prison visitor 56000 Q19325484
Betty Johnston British educational administrator and parliamentary counsel 1916-05-18 1994-11-28 Parliamentary counsel 55058 Q19325185
Edith Paterson Scottish radiobiologist 1900 1995 57990 Q18527942
Helen Ballard horticulturist of note 1908 1995 horticulturist 98277 Q18528150
Marie Kelly Belgian traveller and hostess 1901 1995 58087 Q18954446
Nesta Pain Pain [née Taylor], (Florence) Nesta Kathleen (1905–1995), broadcaster and author 1905 1995 broadcaster
writer
58024 Q18530473
Elizabeth Barr Minister of the United Free Church of Scotland 1905 1995 minister 48834 Q18576116
June Fisher English educationist and trade unionist 1929 1995 educationalist
trade unionist
60498 Q18819551
Joan Ramsey wife of Michael Ramsey 1909-09-16 1995-02-13 58018 Q18530081
Hetta Empson South African sculptor, wife of William Empson 1915 1996 sculptor
activist
64711 Q27551614
Cecilia Gillie English radio executive 1907 1996 broadcaster 61152 Q18526729
Charlotte Bentley Bentley, Charlotte Eliza (1915–1996), nurse and nursing activist 1915 1996 nurse
activist
62073 Q18575986
Esther Simpson Simpson [formerly Sinovitch], Esther [Tess] (1903–1996), worker for refugee scholars 1903 1996 64023 Q18730267
Jean Lindsay Lindsay [née McLachlan], Jean Olivia (1910–1996), historian and educationist 1910 1996 historian
educationalist
65734 Q18922378
Muriel Cornell Cornell [née Gunn], Muriel Amy (1906–1996), athlete 1906-09-27 1996-09-12 62157 Q18576769
Sylvia Guirey Guirey [née Obolensky], Princess Sylvia (1931–1997), artist and art patron 1931 1997 painter 67153 Q18528610
Ethel Templer British army wife and ambulance commander 1904 1997 65895 Q19040061
Iris Bentley sister of Derek Bentley 1931 1997 64834 Q19324860
Eulalie Spicer Spicer, Eulalie Evan (1906–1997), lawyer and legal aid administrator 1906 1997 lawyer
administrator
66190 Q18528918
Evelyn Kark Kark (née Gordine), Evelyn Florence (1928–1997), college head 1928 1997 college head 65698 Q18528954
Nancy Balfour Balfour, Nancy (1911–1997), journalist and arts administrator 1911 1997 journalist
administrator
68102 Q18674249
Catharine Carver Carver, Catharine DeFrance (1921–1997), publisher's editor 1921 1997 editor 68415 Q18875346
Margaret Dean Smith English folklorist 1899 1997 71534 Q18880099
Isabel Graham Bryce Bryce, Dame Isabel Graham [née Isabella Lorrain Smith] (1902–1997), public servant 1902 1997 66256 Q18922342
Rosalind Hill historian 1908 1997 historian 65202 Q18954552
Marjorie Linklater Scottish campaigner 1909-03-19 1997-06-29 activist 67341 Q18917702
Cécile Dolmetsch musician, expert on the pardessus de viole 1904-03-22 1997-08-09 musician 68113 Q18917338
Ruth Dyson English piano and harpsichord player 1917-03-28 1997-08-16 harpsichordist
pianist
67391 Q1874132
Janet Stone English photographer and hostess 1912 1998 photographer 69288 Q18576419
Maureen Guinness Golden Guinness Girl of the 1920s 1907 1998 socialite 69845 Q18681523
Janet Seymour Smith English translator and scholar 1930 1998 translator
erudite
71004 Q18819506
Katherine Russell English social worker and university teacher 1909 1998 social worker
academic lecturer
70246 Q18917635
Greta Valentine friend and confidante of Aleister Crowley 1907 1998 71921 Q18922301
Judith Grunfeld Grunfeld (née Rosenbaum), Judith (1902–1998), headmistress 1902 1998 head teacher 75144 Q18528175
Elisabeth Murray Murray, (Katharine Maud) Elisabeth (1909–1998), educationist 1909 1998 educationalist 66602 Q18671109
Mary Grieve Grieve, Mary Margaret (1906–1998), journalist 1906 1998 journalist 54539 Q18674190
Daphne Foskett art connoisseur and writer 1911 1998 writer
connoisseur
70226 Q18875603
Pamela Gordon daughter of (James) Gomer Berry 1918-06-13 1998-01-29 69392 Q18593384
Diana Uhlman English art gallery administrator 1912 1999 administrator 73593 Q18527692
Phyllis Green British athletics competitor 1908-02-08 1999 athletics competitor 103707 Q3381853
Joan Cooper British social worker and civil servant 1914-08-12 1999-01-15 social worker
civil servant
71955 Q18530077
Enid Essame English headmistress 1906 1999 head teacher 73466 Q18546161
Barbara Dockar Drysdale Drysdale, Barbara Estelle Dockar- [née Barbara Estelle Gordon] (1912–1999), psychotherapist 1912 1999 psychotherapist 72159 Q18572303
Marion Boyars Boyars [née Asmus], Marion Ursula (1927–1999), publisher 1927 1999 publisher 71928 Q18674153
Margaret Torrie Torrie [née Dighton], (Ellen) Margaret (1912–1999), social worker and charity founder 1912 1999 social worker 72911 Q18880115
Sonia Elizabeth Hawkes English archaeologist 1933-11-05 1999-05-30 archaeologist
university teacher
curator
72405 Q27685196
Elisabeth Collins English painter and sculptor 1904-10-31 2000-01-17 visual artist 73728 Q18593025
Barbara Kahan Kahan (née Langridge), Barbara Joan (1920–2000), social worker 1920 2000 social worker 74446 Q18526602
Constance Howard English embroiderer and textile artist 1910 2000 textile artist
embroiderer
74375 Q18527275
Joanna Constantinidis Constantinidis [née Connell], Joanna (1927–2000), potter 1927 2000 ceramist 74451 Q18576437
Florence Evans Evans, Florence Annie [Nancy] (1915–2000), singer and teacher of singing 1915 2000 singer
voice teacher
74510 Q18954189
Joan Zuckerman hostess and painter 1918-07-19 2000-03-25 painter
socialite
73988 Q18530085
Joan Ingilby British artist, historian, and collector 1911-12-11 2000-10-27 artist
historian
collector
100954 Q18530079
Mary Wilkinson English Germanist 1909 2001 germanist 75274 Q18529284
Norah Braden Braden, (Dorothy Kathleen) Norah [Lise] (1901–2001), potter 1901 2001 ceramist 75164 Q19325023
Beryl Dean English embroiderer 1911 2001 textile artist 75696 Q18526661
Helen Muspratt British photographer 1907 2001 photographer 76106 Q18528171
Ellice Eadie Eadie [née Hearn], Ellice Aylmer (1912–2001), barrister and civil servant 1912 2001 barrister
civil servant
89573 Q18875821
Shirley Nolan English teacher, mother of Anthony Edward Nolan 1942 2002 teacher 77062 Q18528243
Daphne Reynolds British painter (1918-2002) 1918 2002 painter 109661 Q21466537
Harriett Wilson Wilson [née Friedeberg; other married name Simon], Harriett Charlotte (1916–2002), sociologist and campaigner against child poverty 1916 2002 sociologist
activist
77069 Q18534808
Lieselotte Berk Berk [née Heymansohn], Lieselotte [Lotte] (1913–2003), dancer and fitness trainer 1913 2003 dancer 92898 Q18593336
Joanna Kelley Kelley [née Beadon], Joanna Elizabeth (1910–2003), prison administrator 1910 2003 administrator 89897 Q18671674
Margaret Shaw American folklorist and musicologist 1903 2004 folklorist
musicologist
94624 Q18733084
Mary Green English headmistress 1913 2004 head teacher 93560 Q18813305
Olive Checkland English historian 1920 2004 historian 93872 Q18922162
Eleanor Macdonald Macdonald, Eleanor Catherine (1910–2004), businesswoman and management consultant 1910 2004 businessperson
consultant
93469 Q18576108
Margaret Stacey Stacey [née Petrie], Margaret [Meg] (1922–2004), sociologist 1922 2004 sociologist 93397 Q18762035
Rosemary Nicholson Nicholson [née Weeks], (Lorna) Rosemary (1919–2004), garden historian and museum founder 1919 2004 historian 94435 Q18811224
Juliet Bingley Bingley [née Vick], Juliet Martin, Lady Bingley (1925–2005), social worker 1925 2005 social worker 97682 Q18756928
Jenifer Hart British civil servant and historian 1914 2005 civil servant
historian
96583 Q18922382
Joan Crossley Holland English potter and gallery owner 1912 2005 ceramist
gallerist
94858 Q19043008
Joanna Kilmartin English translator 1929 2005 translator 95756 Q27915507
Sophia Mustafa Mustafa [née Butt], Sophia (1922–2005), teacher, politician, and author 1922 2005 teacher
politician
writer
102433 Q18528388
Mary Marre Marre [née Gilling], (Romola) Mary, Lady Marre (1920–2005), voluntary worker and public servant 1920 2005 voluntary worker
civil servant
97610 Q18783855
Mary Smieton Smieton, Dame Mary Guillan (1902–2005), civil servant 1902 2005 65554 Q18813312
Priscilla Young Young, Priscilla Helen Ferguson (1925–2006), social worker 1925 2006 social worker 97837 Q18530674
Dorothy Black South African theatrical agent and translator 1914 2006 translator 97548 Q18922170
Margaret Bramall (1916–2007), social worker and charity director, wife of Bramall, Sir (Ernest) Ashley (1916–1999), politician and educationist 1916 2007 social worker
director
98994 Q18528941
Constance Mark Jamaican community activist 1923 2007 activist 102123 Q28018804
Margaret Parkes Parkes [née Parr], Margaret, Lady Parkes (1925–2007), educationist 1925 2007 educationalist 99042 Q18733076
Jean Rudduck Rudduck, Jean (1937–2007), educationist 1937 2007 educationalist 98826 Q18917348
Margaret Elizabeth Douglas English television producer and executive 1934 2008 television producer 99397 Q27923999
Jean O'Neill, Lady O'Neill of the Maine English horticulturist 1915 2008 horticulturist 99433 Q27924016
Margaret Puxon English gynaecologist, obstetrician and barrister 1915 2008 gynaecologist
obstetrician
barrister
100101 Q27924635
Vera Mace English marriage counsellor and writer 1902 2008 writer 104877 Q28045647
Monica Partridge Partridge [née McMain], Monica Agnes (1915–2008), Russian and Slavonic scholar 1915
1915-05-25
2008
2008-03-19
100085 Q18530409
Julian Chrysostomides Greek-Turkish Byzantine scholar and teacher 1928-04-21 2008-10-18 erudite
teacher
100832 Q27926834
Barbara Morris English arts and crafts scholar 1918 2009 Copywriter
erudite
102047 Q18526603
Carola Grindea Romanian pianist 1914 2009 pianist
piano teacher
101765 Q28018755
Dinah Williams Williams (née Jones), Dinah Eiluned Lyon (1911–2009), organic farmer 1911 2009 farmer 102378 Q18527701
Sheila Collins Collins, Sheila Margaret (1921–2009), nurse and educationist 1921 2009 nurse
educationalist
101558 Q18528236
Winifred Tumim Tumim [née Borthwick], Winifred Letitia, Lady Tumim (1936–2009), charity administrator 1936 2009 administrator 102319 Q18531687
Mary English English, Mary Phyllis (1919–2009), mycologist and historian 1919 2009 mycologist
historian
101662 Q18759358
Shanta Gaury Pathak spouse of Laxmishanker Pathak 1927-02-02 2010 businessperson 65904 Q18559813
Gladys Agnes, Lady Seton Clements journalist and promoter of flower arranging 1906 2010 journalist 102609 Q19335477
Jennifer Susan Margaret (Jenny) Roberts probation officer (1940–2010) 1940 2010 probation officer 103195 Q19335491
Lady Anne Evelyn Beatrice Tree philanthropist and prison visitor (1927–2010) 1927 2010 philanthropist
prison visitor
103305 Q19335528
Mildred Lillington Blaxter sociologist (1925–2010) 1925 2010 sociologist 102533 Q19335551
Geraldine Roxanne Connor ethnomusicologist, theatre director, and composer (1952–2011) 1952 2011 theatre director 104327 Q19335476
Isabella Margaret MacAskill Gaelic singer (1941–2011) 1941 2011 singer 103645 Q19335485
Patricia Randall Tindale architect and civil servant (1926–2011) 1926 2011 architect 106039 Q19335555
Kathleen Godley English artist 1926 2011 artist 103493 Q28036796
Jean Hartley English publisher and autobiographer 1933 2011 publisher
autobiographer
103940 Q28038550
(Elizabeth) Ann Marguerite Curnow barrister and judge (1935–2011) 1935-06-05 2011-05-11 barrister
judge
103752 Q19335393
Lina Madeleine Lalandi-Emery Greek harpsichordist 1920 2012 harpsichordist 105307 Q28050805
Mildred Mary Nevile English Catholic anti-poverty campaigner and human rights advocate 1927 2012 activist 105574 Q28052496
Mary Frances Applebey English civil servant and mental health campaigner 1916 2012 civil servant
activist
106593 Q28054740
Mary Russell Vick hockey player and administrator from Guernsey 1922-07-16 2012-03-01 field hockey player
sports official
106512 Q1946351
Fiona Bryde Gore countess of Arran, powerboat racer (1918–2013) 1918 2013 count 106902 Q29843095
Dena Coleman (1952–2013), Headmistress 1952 2013 head teacher 106997 Q29845248
Kathleen Tattersall 1942-04-11 2013-01-23 educationalist 106145 Q28789970
Katharina Wolpe 1931-09-09 2013-02-09 pianist
teacher
106188 Q28789974
Helene Fesenmaier 1937-08-31 2013-06-21 artist
sculptor
107005 Q28778722
Agnes Tickhill (fl. 1410–1417), child labourer, apprentice wiredrawer apprenticeship 75212 Q18526336
Alice Shevyngton (fl. late 15th cent.) servant, medic domestic worker
medic
skinner
75214 Q18526430
Anne Wheathill prayer-book writer author 46932 Q18526504
Bridget Trench 76089 Q18526682
Bugga Anglo-Saxon abbess (fl. late 7th–early 8th cent.) abbess 39142 Q18526688
Canir Irish saint (fl. 6th cent.) 4553 Q18526700
Constantia Munda Munda, Constantia (fl. 1617), author author 46913 Q18527283
Rose Hendriks Hendriks, Rose Ellen (fl. 1845–1856), novelist and poet poet
novelist
61591 Q18527658
Rose Thurgood Religious writer of the 17th century writer 66708 Q18527662
Dorothea Maunsell Maunsell [married name Kingsman], Dorothea (b. 1749x51), figure of scandal figure of scandal 104868 Q18527792
Eadburh Eadburh (fl. c.716–c.746), English abbess (probably of Wimborne) abbess 50659 Q18527881
Ecgburh English Benedictine nun (fl. c.717) nun 49410 Q18527903
Sarah Lewis Lewis, Sarah (fl. 1839–1848), writer on the status of women writer 60288 Q18528124
Sarah Wilkinson novelist and condenser novelist 45868 Q18528128
Judith Campbell visionary of Knock 76091 Q18528172
Katherine Lakensnyder trader in York 64493 Q18528248
Sibylle Boys Boys [née Illey], Sibylle, Lady Boys (b. c.1370, d. in or after 1455), literary patron patron of the arts 97874 Q18528254
Katherine Lam trader in York 64492 Q18528258
Eleanor Fyncham (fl. 1447) daughter of Simon Fyncham, prosperous parvenu gentleman from the Norfolk parish of Fincham 75210 Q18528463
Elinor Channel Channel, Elinor (fl. 1654), prophetess prophet 69784 Q18528496
Susan Smythies writer 1720-01-13 writer 72236 Q18528548
Susanna Bastwick English petitioner, wife of John Bastwick 69075 Q18528558
Elizabeth Hippisley English actress (fl. 1742–1769) actor 13357 Q18528577
Elizabeth Teft poet 1723 poet 72237 Q18528642
Ellen Johnston Johnston, Ellen (c.1835–1874?), power-loom weaver and poet weaver
poet
54404 Q18528658
Ercnat ingen Daire 64448 Q18528767
Margaret Douglas Scottish landowner (born before 1373?, died 1450/51) landowner 59233 Q18528955
Margaret Lonsdale trader in York 64483 Q18528966
Margery Calle wife of Richard Calle 1450 61168 Q18528988
Maria Harris British actress and singer (fl. 1769–1796) actor
singer
75939 Q18528997
Maria Manina Opera and concert singer singer 67168 Q18529010
Marie Le Chene agent in France 72580 Q18529017
Hulda Friederichs Friederichs, Hulda (1856/7–1927), journalist and writer journalist
writer
46354 Q18529024
Hvarflod Macheth Scottish noblewoman (fl. 1196) 62767 Q18529094
Mary Broadhurst Broadhurst, Mary Adelaide (1857/8–1928), agricultural reformer and radical activist 50176 Q18529130
Mary Bulkley Bulkley [née Wilford; other married name Barrisford], Mary (1747/8?–1792), dancer and actress dancer
actor
39764 Q18529133
Mary Eales Eales, Mary (d. 1717/18?), writer on cookery and confectioner cookery writer 65132 Q18529156
Mary Gadbury seller of ‘Laces, pins, Bandstrings, and other trifles for Gentlewomen’ and associate of William Franklin merchant 69083 Q18529157
Isabel Jordayne Jordayne, Isabel (d. in or before 1534), abbess of Wilton abbess 104420 Q18529207
Mary McLoughlin 76087 Q18529215
Isabella Mackay Mackay, Isabella Gordon [Bella] (1777/8–1850), philanthropist and religious activist philanthropist
activist
59558 Q18529224
Mary Rollason Rollason, Mary (1764/5–1835), businesswoman businessperson 70354 Q18529245
Mary Trotter Irish painter 1752 painter 59702 Q18529278
Mary Watson Wentworth Wentworth, Mary Watson- [née Mary Bright], marchioness of Rockingham (bap. 1735, d. 1804), political wife 68349 Q18529281
Matilda 61082 Q18529296
Matilda de Bailleul Bailleul, Matilda de (d. 1212), abbess of Wherwell abbess 105478 Q18529304
Jane Cakebread Cakebread, Jane (1827/1828–1898), inebriate and subject of medical enquiry domestic worker
inebriate
102429 Q18529944
Jane Lessingham Lessingham, Jane [née Jane Hemet; married name Jane Stott] (1738/9–1783), actress actor 39771 Q18529950
Jane Pirie Pirie, Jane (b. 1783/4), schoolmistress teacher 70342 Q18529954
Jane Warton Warton, Jane (bap. 1724, d. 1809), author writer 40740 Q18529979
Jennet Device witness in the Pendle witch hunt 1603 77043 Q18530009
Jenny Hengler Hengler, Jenny Louise (b. 1849), equestrian performer 53945 Q18530010
Joan Bull Bull, Joan (supp. fl. 1928–1946), fictitious epitomist of enfranchised women 75335 Q18530069
Joan Coggenhoe (fl. 1423) pilloried for forgery forgery of documents 75220 Q18530071
Joan Staunford seller of fruit in London 75207 Q18530082
Qudsia Begum Siobhan Lambert-Hurley, ‘Nawab begums of Bhopal (act. 1819–1926)’, first published 101129 Q18530677
Rachel Jevon Jevon, Rachel (bap. 1627), poet 1627 poet 69960 Q18530682
Alice Folston trader in York 64494 Q18534121
Emily Crawford Crawford [née Johnstone], Emily (1831?–1915), journalist 45522 Q18534151
Edith de Lancelene Lancelene, Edith de (fl. 1133–1138/9), monastic patron and abbess of Godstow 54449 Q18534790
Elizabeth Johnson Johnson, Elizabeth (fl. 1779–1798), printer 48452 Q18534794
Margaret Hepburn Hepburn, Margaret (bap. 1726, d. in or after 1758), shopkeeper 69626 Q18534870
Camilla Dufour Dufour [married name Sarratt], (Elizabeth) Camilla (d. 1846), singer and writer 67134 Q18546116
Dorothea Gregory Gregory [married name Alison], Dorothea (bap. 1754, d. 1830), companion of Elizabeth Montagu 65052 Q18546139
Elizabeth Fitzwalter English heiress (1430–c.1485) 1430-07-28 65123 Q18546157
Elizabeth Middleton Middleton, Elizabeth (supp. fl. 1637), supposed poet poet 68075 Q18546160
Mary Darly Printseller in 18th-century London 67158 Q18546693
Amelia Reinagle
Amelia anne souper nee reinagle.jpg
daughters of Philip Reinagle the elder 1777 59583 Q18559686
Dorothea Gotherson Gotherson [née Scott; other married name Hogben], Dorothea (bap. 1611), Quaker preacher and writer 1611 67762 Q18559716
Elizabeth Surr Surr [née Grabham], Elizabeth (b. 1825/6, d. in or after 1898), educational reformer 48591 Q18559730
Katherine Berkeley Berkeley [née Clivedon], Katherine, Lady Berkeley (d. 1385), benefactor 54435 Q18559809
Mary Pingo Christopher Eimer, ‘Pingo family (per. c.1690–1815)’, first published 40256 Q18559830
Penelope Fitzgerald Fitzgerald [née Collard], Penelope Frederica (1820/21–1900), philosopher 55283 Q18559839
Solicita Ford Anglo-Norman medical practitioner; she and her sister Matilda were apparently the two earliest female doctors in England 61081 Q18559866
Adeliza de Insula (fl. 1114–1130) gave land in Wiltshire to Tewkesbury Abbey 61213 Q18572166
Alice Colins English Lollard in Berkshire 63493 Q18572189
Alice Drakoules Drakoules [née Lambe; other married name Lewis], Alice Marie (c.1850–1933), humanitarian and campaigner for animal welfare 50748 Q18572194
Alice Fleming Fleming, Alice [née Lady Alice Fitzgerald], Lady Slane (b. c.1508, d. in or after 1540), conspirator 69167 Q18572196
Ann Bathurst Bathurst, Ann (b. c.1638, d. in or before 1704), diarist and prophet 40570 Q18572223
Ann Jessop Jessop [née Wilde], Ann (bap. 1782, d. 1864), cabinet-maker 56010 Q18572232
Ann Mudd English Quaker follower of John Pennyman (born 1612/13, died in or after 1693) 1612 69151 Q18572233
Anne Brett Brett [née Mason], Anne [other married name Anne Gerard, countess of Macclesfield] (1667/8–1753), courtier 70843 Q18572247
Anne Gunter Gunter, Anne (bap. 1584), demoniac 1584 67789 Q18572251
Bugga Bugga [Hæaburh] (d. 759x65), abbess abbess 56126 Q18572323
Ann Nelson Nelson [née Abbat], Ann (1769/70–1852), coach proprietor and innkeeper 45583 Q18575921
Burginda Burginda (fl. 7th–early 8th cent.), author 49408 Q18575946
Christina More English Lollard in Bristol 63488 Q18575989
Cicely Johnson Johnson, Cicely (fl. 1617/18–1636/7), religious writer 66704 Q18575998
Deborah Cottnam (c.1727–1806), schoolmistress teacher 69670 Q18576034
Dorcas Erbery Erbery, Dorcas (fl. 1656–1659), Quaker preacher 61979 Q18576042
Dorothy Waugh Waugh [married name Lotherington], Dorothy (c.1636–1666?), Quaker preacher 69140 Q18576061
Elizabeth Clinton Clinton [née Knevitt], Elizabeth, countess of Lincoln (1574?–1630?), noblewoman and writer 40933 Q18576121
Elizabeth Crooke Crooke, Andrew (c.1605–1674), bookseller 67208 Q18576124
Elizabeth Furnival Furnival, Elizabeth [Fanny; known as Mrs Kemble] (fl. 1731–1752), actress and singer 64340 Q18576127
Elizabeth Lyon Lyon, Elizabeth [nicknamed Edgware Bess] (fl. 1722–1726), prostitute and thief 62078 Q18576133
Elizabeth Macauley Macauley, Elizabeth Wright (1785?–1837), actress and socialist 53247 Q18576135
Elizabeth Warren English religious writer 1617 writer 67194 Q18576140
Ellen Chapman Chapman [married name Sanger], Ellen (1830/31–1899), lion tamer 53839 Q18576141
Elsie Cohen Cohen [married name Kellner], Elsie (d. 1972), cinema owner 56535 Q18576143
Georgina George George, Georgina [known as Mrs Oldmixon] (d. 1835), singer and actress 70116 Q18576249
Georgina Jackson Jackson, Georgina Frederica (1823/4–1895), writer on dialect 59033 Q18576250
Hannah Essex English painter painter 66795 Q18576277
Hawise Mone English Lollard 63490 Q18576288
Henrietta Gayer Gayer [née Jones], Henrietta (d. 1814), Methodist leader 59931 Q18576295
Isabella Bewick Iain Bain, ‘Bewick family (per. c.1775–c.1875)’, first published 42034 Q18576363
Jane Harvey Harvey, Jane (bap. 1771, d. 1848), writer 45852 Q18576412
Joan Bracey Bracey [née Phillips], Joan (1656?–1685?), highwaywoman 73925 Q18576428
Joan Chamberlain late C15, servant involved in litigation domestic worker 75213 Q18576429
Julia Cohen Cohen [née Waley], Julia Matilda (1853–1917), community worker and educationist 55565 Q18576607
Kate McDougall McDougall [née Long], Kate Florence [Kay] (1910–1999), psychiatric social worker 72527 Q18576609
Katharine Egerton Warburton Warburton, Katharine Anne Egerton- [known as Mother Kate] (1840–1923), Anglican nun 51386 Q18576610
Katherine Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published 61080 Q18576612
Katherine Bury (fl. 1346–1348?), artisan artisan 75227 Q18576614
Louisa Bain Bain [née Burn], Louisa (1803–1883), diarist 48926 Q18576642
Louisa Hooper White, Lucy Anna (1848–1923), folk-singer 74831 Q18576647
Louisa Hope Hope, Louisa Octavia Augusta (1814–1893), promoter of household science teaching 53690 Q18576648
Louise Jermy Jermy [née Withers], Louise Jane [Louisa] (1877–1952), domestic servant and autobiographer 60282 Q18576651
Mabel Atkinson Atkinson, Mabel (1876–1958), feminist and socialist 69907 Q18576655
Mabel Clarkson Clarkson, Mabel Maria (1875–1950), local politician 62116 Q18576657
Mabel Day Day, Mabel Katharine (1875–1964), scholar of medieval English 48697 Q18576658
Mabel Digby Digby, Mabel Mary Josephine (1835–1911), Roman Catholic nun 59844 Q18576659
Mabel Shaw Shaw, Mabel (1888–1973), missionary and educationist missionary 70026 Q18576663
Margaret Bethune (1820–1887), midwife 61632 Q18576671
Margaret Clive Clive [née Maskelyne], Margaret, Lady Clive of Plassey (1735–1817), society figure 63502 Q18576674
Margaret Collier English correspondent of Samuel Richardson 1719 writer 74079 Q18576676
Margaret Costa Costa [née Murphy], Margaret Mary (1917–1999), restaurateur and writer on cookery cookery writer 72660 Q18576677
Margaret Cranmer Cranmer, Margaret (d. c.1575), wife of Archbishop Thomas Cranmer 1489–1556 66349 Q18576678
Margaret Croker Croker, Margaret Sarah (bap. 1773), poet and novelist poet
novelist
63517 Q18576679
Margaret Cuyler Cuyler [married name Rice], Margaret (1758–1814), actress and courtesan 64329 Q18576681
Margaret Fishenden Fishenden [née White], Margaret (1889–1977), industrial researcher 53240 Q18576684
Margaret McKillop McKillop [née Seward], Margaret (1864–1929), scientist and university teacher 51779 Q18576686
Margaret Tanner Tanner [née Priestman], Margaret (1817–1905), social reformer 47064 Q18576691
Maria de Fleury Fleury, Maria de (fl. 1773–1791), religious controversialist and hymn writer 45844 Q18576693
Maria Giberne Giberne, Maria Rosina (1802–1885), artist and convert to Roman Catholicism 51387 Q18576694
Marie Cox Cox [née Cunningham], Marie-Thérèse Henriette [Molly, Mollie] (1925–1991), television producer 65451 Q18576698
Marjory Newbold Newbold [née Neilson], Marjory (1883–1926), socialist and communist 55682 Q18576700
Mary Brabazon Brabazon, Reginald, twelfth earl of Meath (1841–1929), politician and philanthropist 47582 Q18576711
Mary Broad Broad, Mary Aylett (1860–1942), headmistress head teacher 51849 Q18576712
Mary Brook Brook [née Brotherton], Mary (c.1726–1782), writer 72238 Q18576713
Mary Chamot Chamot, Mary (1899–1993), art historian and museum curator art historian 75324 Q18576715
Mary de Bode Bode, Mary de [née Mary Kynnersley], Baroness de Bode in the nobility of the Holy Roman empire (d. 1812), letter writer 71334 Q18576718
Mary Grimes Grimes, Mary Katharine (1861–1921), promoter of emigration 55590 Q18576724
Mary Knight Knight, Mary (bap. 1631, d. in or after 1698), singer 1631 75843 Q18576729
Mary Lyttelton Lyttelton [née Clive], Mary Kathleen (1856–1907), women's activist 50712 Q18576730
Mary Milne Milne, Mary Elizabeth Gordon (1891–1972), nurse 55188 Q18576732
Mary Sandbach Sandbach [née Mathews], Mary Warburton (1901–1990), translator translator 98961 Q18576736
Mary Sharpe Sharpe [married name Seyffarth], Louisa (bap. 1798, d. 1843), miniature and watercolour painter 25234 Q18576737
Molly Brearley Brearley, Molly Root (1905–1994), educationist 54766 Q18576759
Molly Harrison Harrison [née Hodgett], Molly (1909–2002), museum curator 77168 Q18576760
Monica Jones Jones, (Margaret) Monica Beale (1922–2001), university teacher and friend of Philip Larkin 75746 Q18576763
Nellie Boswell Boswell [married name Cattle], Nellie [Ellen Clara] (1858/9–1938), equestrian performer 53838 Q18576783
Sarah Clayton Clayton, Sarah (1712–1779), property developer and industrialist 48911 Q18576989
Sarah Florry Florry, Sarah (1744–1832), businesswoman 70351 Q18576995
Sarah Lane Lane [née Borrow], Sarah (1822/3–1899), actress, playwright, and theatre manager playwright 59170 Q18577000
Sarah Pennington Pennington, Sarah, Lady Pennington (d. 1783), writer 74077 Q18577002
Sarah Pinney English lace trader 1650 merchant 55396 Q18577003
Sarah Reddish Reddish, Sarah (1850–1928), co-operative movement activist and suffragist 50079 Q18577004
Sheila Heaney Heaney, Sheila Anne Elizabeth (1917–1991), army officer 49771 Q18577009
Shireen Akbar Akbar [née Hasib], Shireen Nishat (1944–1997), educationist educationalist 65700 Q18577010
Sophia Sturge Sturge, Sophia (1849–1936), peace campaigner 54086 Q18577017
Susan Sunderland Sunderland [née Sykes], Susan (1819–1905), singer 38430 Q18577028
Theresa Kearney Kearney, Theresa [name in religion Mary Kevin] (1875–1957), medical missionary 72389 Q18577037
Venie Barr Barr [née Moyles], (Sarah) Venie (1875–1947), political activist and philanthropist 62088 Q18577123
Victoria Campbell Campbell, Lady Victoria (1854–1910), philanthropist 48786 Q18577125
Violet Butler Butler, (Christina) Violet (1884–1982), social work trainer 37250 Q18577127
Winifred Fraser Fraser [née Day; married name Foss], Winifred (1868–1951), actress 67800 Q18577256
Angela Forbes Forbes [née St Clair-Erskine], Lady Angela Selina Bianca (1876–1950), wartime catering organizer 59457 Q18592936
Ann Cook Cook, Ann (fl. c.1725–c.1760), writer on cookery cookery writer 65131 Q18592937
Ann Forbes Forbes, Ann (1745–1834), portrait painter painter 73393 Q18592938
Ann Rayner Rayner, Samuel (1806–1879), watercolour painter and lithographer 69045 Q18592939
Charlotte Green Green [née Symonds], Charlotte Byron (1842–1929), promoter of women's education 48416 Q18592970
Gwen Lally Lally, Gwen [real name Gwendolin Rosalie Lally Tollandal Speck] (1882–1963), pageant master and theatre producer 59378 Q18593095
Margaret Graves Graves, Margaret Ethel [Peggy; pseud. Jane Gordon] (1901–1962), journalist 71531 Q18593350
Anna Falkner Falkner [Faulkner; married names Donaldson, Lumm], Anna Maria (d. 1796/7), singer singer 64335 Q18670739
Anne Esdall English printer and bookseller (1717/18–c.1795) 64320 Q18670742
Diana Hill Hill [née Dietz; other married name Harriott], Diana (d. 1844), miniature painter 38354 Q18670999
Elizabeth Grieve Grieve, Elizabeth Harriet (b. c.1723, d. in or after 1782), swindler 65504 Q18671122
Elizabeth Lutton Lutton, Elizabeth (b. c.1498, d. in or before 1553), Benedictine nun 74103 Q18671128
Eva fitz Harding Eva fitz Harding (d. c.1173), monastic patron 54454 Q18671162
Jane Birch Servant of Samuel Pepys (born 1643/4, died after 1703) 1643 domestic worker 96283 Q18671655
Joan Caldecotes trader in York 64482 Q18671671
Joanna Lindehleim Lindehleim, Joanna Maria [performing name the Baroness] (d. 1724), singer 67180 Q18671675
Joanna Stephens Stephens, Joanna (d. 1774), medical practitioner 40525 Q18671678
Sarah Hengler Hengler, Sarah (c.1765–1845), artist in fireworks 57387 Q18672319
Marian Marshall Marshall, Marian Sutton (1847/8–1901), secretary and trade unionist 56275 Q18674147
Mary Arnold Arnold, Mary Anne (b. 1825), sailor and cross-dresser 1825 sailor 49659 Q18674183
Mary Glover Glover, Mary (b. 1587/8), demoniac 1587 55525 Q18674189
Mary Jennings supporter of the Duke of Monmouth (baptised 1649?) 1649 67751 Q18674198
Mary McMullen McMullen, Mary [called the Female Pedestrian] (b. 1763/4?), pedestrian 66020 Q18674202
Mary Trye medical practitioner 45830 Q18674205
Matilda of Wareham Wareham, Matilda of (fl. 1155), anchoress anchorite 54453 Q18674208
May Drummond Drummond, May (1709/10–1772), Quaker minister 68159 Q18674222
Mary Moutray Moutray, John, of Roscobie (1722/3–1785), naval officer 74328 Q18681521
Ane Lawraunce Lawraunce, Ane (fl. 1610), gentlewoman 68072 Q18729979
Catherine Murray Eugene Hynes, ‘Knock, visionaries of (act. 1879)’, first published 63026 Q18730050
Efa ferch Maredudd Welsh noblewoman (fl. 1300), daughter of Maredudd ab Owain 48543 Q18730245
Eleanor Romyng Romyng, Eleanor [Elynour Rummyng] (fl. 1525), ale seller 54456 Q18730249
Margaret Lemon Lemon, Margaret (b. c.1614), artist's model 72128 Q18733044
Mary Overton London printseller (fl. 1745–1748) 64997 Q18733196
Mary Say Say [née Bemister; other married name Vint], Mary (1739/40–1832), printer and newspaper publisher 66881 Q18733225
Alice Causton beer seller in London 75208 Q18756579
Caroline Halsted Halsted [married name Atthill], Caroline Amelia (1803/4–1848), historian and author 54060 Q18756612
Cecilia la Leche Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published 61086 Q18756613
Cissie Dunsheath Dunsheath [née Houchen], Cissie Providence [Joyce] (1902–1976), mountaineer and traveller mountaineer 64718 Q18756629
Dorothy Bradshaigh Bradshaigh [née Bellingham], Dorothy, Lady Bradshaigh (bap. 1705, d. 1785), letter writer 39721 Q18756652
Edith Watson Watson [née Wall], Edith Mary (1888–1966), suffragist and police officer police officer 63897 Q18756655
Elizabeth Stewart Stewart, Elizabeth, countess of Arran (c.1554–1595?), noblewoman 69924 Q18756684
Emma Williams English wood-engraver engraver 72931 Q18756689
Julia Wightman Wightman [née James], Julia Bainbrigge (1817–1898), temperance activist and author 39165 Q18756927
Margaret Hamilton Hamilton, Margaret, Lady Belhaven and Stenton (b. in or before 1625, d. in or after 1694), royalist heroine and medical practitioner 93811 Q18756950
Margaret Mitchelson Mitchelson [Mitchel], Margaret (fl. 1638), prophetess 67842 Q18756952
Margaret Willoughby, Lady Willoughby English noblewoman, daughter of Lord Deincourt (died in or before 1333) 61773 Q18756954
Mary Nicol print collector and writer 40487 Q18756964
Stella Newsome Newsome, Stella Winifred (1889–1969), women's activist 63881 Q18757127
Sybil Spencer Spencer [née Armitage], Sybil Beatrice (1908–1994), gardener 55740 Q18757132
Theodosia Blachford Blachford [née Tighe], Theodosia (c.1745–c.1817), philanthropist 58633 Q18757136
Elizabeth Bowen Thompson Thompson, Elizabeth Maria Bowen [née Elizabeth Maria Lloyd] (1812/13–1869), missionary in Syria 1812 missionary 58700 Q18759264
Emma Rawghton Rawghton, Emma (fl. 1422–1436), anchoress anchorite 57763 Q18759268
Friederike Gordon Markus [née Scharfstein], Erika [Rixi] (1910–1992), bridge player and writer 51053 Q18759277
Mary Dicas Dicas [married name Arstall], Mary (fl. 1800–1815), maker of scientific instruments 49542 Q18759357
Ann Alexander Alexander [née Barber], Ann (1774/5–1861), banker and bill broker banker 53243 Q18761897
Ann Carr Carr, Ann (1783–1841), Female Revivalist Society preacher 41258 Q18761898
Ann Elwell Elwell [née Glass], Ann Catherine (1922–1996), intelligence officer and diplomat 60758 Q18761899
Elizabeth Bowdler Bowdler [née Cotton], Elizabeth Stuart (d. 1797), religious writer 74743 Q18761939
Ellen Arnald trader in York 64480 Q18761941
Matilda Houstoun Houstoun [née Jesse; other married name Fraser], Matilda Charlotte (1815–1892), novelist and travel writer 61562 Q18762039
Olive Malvery Malvery [married name Mackirdy], Olive Christian (1876/7–1914), social observer 41107 Q18762050
Rachel Lloyd Lloyd, Rachel (1722–1803), housekeeper housekeeper 73545 Q18762057
Agnes Cowper Cowper [known as Shell], Agnes (b. c.1559, d. after 1619), servant and vagrant domestic worker 101324 Q18783541
Ann Fenwick Fenwick [née Benison], Ann (1724–1777), Roman Catholic litigant and heir 64661 Q18783559
Anne Gargill Gargill, Anne (b. c.1625, d. in or after 1659), Quaker and writer 64775 Q18783563
Carola Macaulay Macaulay [née Young], Carola (b. 1682), milliner and shopkeeper 1682 65572 Q18783582
Frances Ingram Ingram [née Shepheard, Gibson], Frances, Viscountess Irwin (1734?–1807), landowner and political manager 68378 Q18783644
Harriett Urmston Urmston [née Hughes], Harriett Elizabeth Hughes (1828–1897), missionary missionary 49161 Q18783689
Jane Pearson Pearson [née Sibson], Jane (1735?–1816), Quaker minister and autobiographer 70455 Q18783729
Judith Phillips Phillips [other married name Pope], Judith [alias Doll] (fl. 1595), confidence trickster and thief con artist
thief
68000 Q18783828
Katharine Gordon Gordon, Katharine, duchess of Gordon (1718–1779), politician 68359 Q18783829
Margaret Callan Irish nationalist (c.1817–c.1883) journalist 54542 Q18783843
Rosie Trassjonsky Russian Jew (born c.1885), 93680 Q18783966
Sarah Hackett Hackett, Sarah [formerly Esther; known as Mrs La Tournelle] (1737/8–1797), schoolmistress 59579 Q18783976
Alma Rattenbury Rattenbury [née Wolfe], Alma Victoria (1897/8–1935), accused murderer 58841 Q18810585
Elizabeth Woodcock Woodcock [née Williams], Elizabeth (bap. 1756, d. 1799), survivor 61360 Q18810701
Eve of Wilton Wilton, Eve of (c.1058–c.1125), Benedictine nun and anchoress nun
anchorite
39096 Q18810712
Harriet Esten Esten [née Bennett; other married name Scott-Waring], Harriet Pye (1761?–1865), actress 39766 Q18810759
Isabella Vincent Vincent [née Burchell; other married name Mills], Isabella (1734/5–1802), singer 64360 Q18810794
Joan Waterhouse Englishwoman acquitted of witchcraft 1548 76826 Q18810827
Lalloc holy men and women believed to have been buried within the province of Connacht, Ireland 64422 Q18811014
Mary Beirne Irish seer of the Vision of Knock 63023 Q18811057
Mary Brailsford Brailsford, Mary Ann (bap. 1791, d. 1852), originator of the Bramley's Seedling apple 57264 Q18811062
Mary Reinagle daughters of Philip Reinagle the elder 1778 59584 Q18811073
Mrs Woodman Woodham, Mrs [née Spencer; other married name Smith] (d. 1803), singer and actress 74920 Q18811099
Agnes Headlam Morley Morley, Agnes Headlam- (1902–1986), historian historian 55358 Q18813147
Edith Batten Batten, Edith Mary [Mollie] (1905–1985), welfare worker and educationist 30797 Q18813186
Mary Hartley Hartley [née Laffan], Mary [May] (c.1850–1916), novelist and short-story writer novelist
short story writer
40271 Q18813307
Mary Mercer servant of Samuel Pepys 1647 96289 Q18813310
Ruth Homan Homan [née Waterlow], Ruth (1850–1938), educationist and women's welfare campaigner 53682 Q18813358
Anna Palmer English anchoress in Northampton 63487 Q18819368
Charlotte Reinagle T. A. B. Corley, ‘Reinagle family (per. c.1760–1877)’, first published 59585 Q18819386
Elizabeth Calvert Calvert, Elizabeth (d. 1675?), bookseller bookseller 39670 Q18819414
Isabelle de Tessier French actress and cartoonist 1851 actor
cartoonist
66300 Q18819490
Margaret Dickson Dickson, Margaret [called Half Hanged Maggy Dickson] (d. in or after 1753), survivor of execution 57792 Q18819622
Martha Bradley Bradley, Martha (fl. 1740s–1755), writer on cookery cookery writer 50433 Q18819642
Meer Hassan Ali Meer Hassan Ali, Mrs (fl. 1832), author 48647 Q18819714
Alice Jenkins Jenkins [née Glyde], Alice Brook (1886–1967), abortion campaigner 69835 Q18821757
Frances Johnson Johnson [née Croke], Frances [called Begum Johnson] (1728–1812), hostess 63513 Q18821779
Mary Tealby Tealby [née Bates], Mary (1801/2–1865), animal welfare organizer 69565 Q18821818
Susanna Keck Keck [née Hamilton], Lady Susanna [Susan] (bap. 1706, d. 1755), political manager 68355 Q18821887
Eliza Armstrong English teenager involved in a Victorian vice case 1872 76075 Q18857205
Anna Petre Robert G. E. Wood, ‘Petre family (per. 1633–1801)’, first published 74981 Q18875060
Charlotte Cameron Cameron [née Wales-Almy], Charlotte (1872/3–1946), traveller and author 62112 Q18875494
Colet Clathseller trader in York 64485 Q18875517
Juliana Leybourne Leybourne, Juliana, countess of Huntingdon (1303/4–1367), noblewoman 1303 54433 Q18879808
Margaret Burton trader in York 64486 Q18880097
Margaret Seton Scottish noblewoman (fl.1347) 54319 Q18880109
Maria Cust Cust, Maria Eleanor Vere (1862/3–1958), first woman fellow of the Royal Geographical Society 49431 Q18880118
Mary Eyre Eyre [married name Blythe], Mary (b. before 1603, d. in or after 1633), commissioner of a tapestry map 74252 Q18880123
Mary Pope Pope, Mary (d. 1653?), royalist writer writer 69153 Q18880130
Matilda la Leche Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published 61085 Q18880137
Pauline Violante Violante, Pauline [real name Selina Young] (b. 1840/41), tightrope walker tightrope walker 53819 Q18880163
Sarah Brown Brown, Sarah Benedict (1817/18–1902), benefactor 52741 Q18880260
Alice Greenwood Greenwood, Alice Drayton (1862–1935), historian historian 59037 Q18917200
Ann Byfield English wood-engraver 1830 engraver 64212 Q18917223
Ann Rollason Rollason, Ann (1768/9–1846), printer and bookseller printer
bookseller
70353 Q18917225
Isabella Jay Jane Garnett, ‘Women artists in Ruskin's circle (act. 1850s–1900s)’, first published 73663 Q18917259
Edith Marvin Marvin [née Deverell], Edith Mary (1872–1958), inspector of schools 48586 Q18917441
Sarah Bembridge Bembridge [née Kirkland; other married name Harrison], Sarah (c.1794–1880), Primitive Methodist travelling preacher 47030 Q18917450
Sarah Hallam Hallam, Lewis (1714?–1756?), actor and theatre manager 64345 Q18917454
Elinor Fettiplace Fettiplace [née Poole; other married name Rogers], Elinor, Lady Fettiplace (b. c.1570, d. in or after 1647), writer on household management 50673 Q18917496
Elizabeth Harrison Harrison, Elizabeth (fl. 1724–1756), writer writer 74061 Q18917513
Elizabeth Sandford Sandford, Elizabeth (1797/8–1853), domestic moralist 47195 Q18917524
Elizabeth Stokes Stokes, Elizabeth (fl. 1723–1733), pugilist and prize-fighter 69283 Q18917527
Ellen Blight Blight [Bright], Ellen Eliza [Helen] (1833/4–1850), lion tamer 53841 Q18917530
Ellen Parker Parker [née Masgreave], Ellen [Helen] (bap. 1790, d. 1828), pauper and letter writer 73475 Q18917532
Emma Sproson Sproson [née Lloyd], Emma (1867–1936), suffragist and local politician 63890 Q18917547
Euphemia de Walliers Walliers, Euphemia de [Euphemia of Wherwell] (d. 1257), abbess of Wherwell 54451 Q18917558
Una Duval Duval [née Dugdale], Una Harriet Ella Stratford (1879–1975), suffragette and marriage reformer 56227 Q18917602
Victoria Vokes Vokes, Frederick Mortimer (1846–1888), actor and dancer 28350 Q18917611
Kathleen Bliss Bliss [née Moore], Kathleen Mary Amelia (1908–1989), religious administrator and university teacher 39995 Q18917638
Kathleen McShane Lucan, Arthur [real name Arthur Towle] (1885–1954), comedian 64574 Q18917641
Margaret Steyniour trader in York 64484 Q18917693
Martha Beauclerk Beauclerk [née Lovelace], Martha [Lady Henry Beauclerk] (bap. 1710, d. 1788), courtier 68371 Q18917712
Mary Hodgson Hodgson [Hudson; née Dyer], Mary (bap. 1673?, d. 1719?), singer 70107 Q18917739
Mary Mozeen Mozeen [née Edwards], Mary [performing names Miss Edwards, Mrs Mozeen] (b. in or before 1724?, d. 1773?), singer and actress 41121 Q18917749
Winifred Coate Coate, Winifred Annie (1893–1977), missionary teacher and relief organizer 66986 Q18917774
Catherine Buckton British promoter of household science teaching 52270 Q18922098
Caroline Hopwood Hopwood [née Skene], D. Caroline (d. in or before 1801), autobiographer and schoolmistress 70449 Q18922145
Phoebe Wright Wright, Phoebe (1710s?–1778), embroiderer and designer 40419 Q18922192
Eliza Trotter Irish portrait painter (fl. 1800–1815) painter 59831 Q18922199
Fanny Guinness Guinness, Henry Grattan (1835–1910), evangelist and trainer of missionaries 54189 Q18922230
Sophia Fortnum Fortnum [née King], Sophia (b. 1781/2, d. in or after 1805), writer 63521 Q18922292
Jael Pye Pye [née Mendez, other married name Campbell], Jael Henrietta (1737?–1782), writer 72235 Q18922343
Elizabeth Appleton Appleton [married name Lachlan], Elizabeth (c.1790–1849), educationist and author writer
educationalist
51773 Q18936032
Elizabeth Broadingham Broadingham, Elizabeth (d. 1776), murderer 65513 Q18936034
Frances Beckett Beckett [née Bousfield; other married name Thomas], Frances Sarah [Fanny] (bap. 1821, d. 1902), philanthropist and a founder of Scottish Home Industries 56317 Q18936048
Mary Williams English genre painter, illustrator and engraver (born c.1788) 72920 Q18936209
Agnes Smyth Smyth, Edward (fl. 1764–1790), Methodist preacher 59934 Q18954029
Andalusia Molesworth Molesworth [née Carstairs; other married name West], Andalusia Grant, Lady Molesworth (c.1809–1888), society hostess 47908 Q18954050
Christiana Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published 61087 Q18954117
Darcy Maxwell Maxwell [née Brisbane], Darcy, Lady Maxwell of Pollok (1742/3–1810), follower of Methodism and philanthropist 63479 Q18954131
Georgiana Daniell Daniell [née Drake], Louisa (1808/9–1871), philanthropist 50746 Q18954230
Margery Faye Getz, ‘Women medical practitioners in England (act. c.1200–c.1475)’, first published 61084 Q18954438
Nichola Irby trader in York 64490 Q18954473
Christine McCoy American conjoined twin 101241 Q19031227
Alicia Thornton Thornton [Meynell], Alicia (fl. 1804), horsewoman 58879 Q19036896
Caroline Playne Playne, Caroline Elizabeth (1857–1948), pacifist and historian 38530 Q19038327
Cranat ingen Buicín Irish saint 64408 Q19038976
Eugenie Henderson Henderson [married name Meier], Eugénie Jane Andrina (1914–1989), phonetician and linguistic scholar 69788 Q19040104
Frances Rowden (1774–1840?), schoolmistress and poet 1774 poet
teacher
59581 Q19040309
Frances Russell Russell [née Elliot], Frances Anna Maria [Fanny], Countess Russell [formerly Lady John Russell] (1815–1898), political wife 45525 Q19040351
Helen Gladstone Gladstone, Helen Jane (1814–1880), Roman Catholic convert 48450 Q19041182
Jessie Bedford Bedford, Jessie [pseud. Elizabeth Godfrey] (1852/3–1918), novelist and historian 46551 Q19042993
Margaret Kennedy Kennedy [née Walker], Margaret Stephen (1814–1891), missionary in India missionary 49149 Q19043342
Margaret Martyr Martyr [née Thornton], Margaret (1761/2–1807), singer and actress 39772 Q19043344
Margaret Sampson Sampson, Margaret Phoebe [name in religion Mary Clare] (1906–1988), Anglican nun 70971 Q19043348
Marie Hilton Hilton [née Case], Marie (1821–1896), promoter of child welfare 40941 Q19043353
Martha Loane Loane, Martha Jane (1852–1933), nurse and social commentator 41104 Q19043364
Mary Adams Adams, Mary (supp. fl. 1652), self-proclaimed virgin mother 40441 Q19043369
Mary Carryl Carryl, Mary (d. 1809), servant and friend of the Ladies of Llangollen 48928 Q19043373
Mary Cosgrave Cosgrave [née Daly], Mary Josephine (c.1877–1941), local administrator and social worker 62122 Q19043379
Mary Young Young, Mary (c.1704–1741), pickpocket 38738 Q19043392
Pamela Underwood Underwood [née Montgomery Cuninghame], Pamela Richenda Cubitt (1910–1978), florist and nurserywoman 67021 Q19043426
Sara Melhuish Melhuish, Sara (1861–1939), educationist 62413 Q19043579
Sarah Stephenson Quaker minister and autobiographer minister
autobiographer
68185 Q19043587
Mary Byfield English wood-engraver (born 1840) 1840 engraver 64213 Q19324855
Mary Dunnell Dunnell, Mary (fl. 1807–1813), evangelist 47026 Q19324864
Isabel Nunhouse trader in York 64488 Q19324873
Mary Lescher Lescher, Mary Adela [name in religion Mary of St Wilfrid] (1846–1927), college head 48666 Q19324876
Isolda de Tracy English gentlewoman in Cornwall (died in or after 1301) 61230 Q19324880
Agnes trader in York 64491 Q19324889
Mary Milner Milner [née Compton], Mary (1797–1863), author 46559 Q19324891
Mary Parker Parker, Mary Ann (1765/6–1848), traveller 45859 Q19324895
Mary Saxby Saxby [née Howell], Mary (1738–1801), vagrant and memoirist 66786 Q19324909
Mary Smith Smith, Mary (1822–1889), schoolmistress and radical 48577 Q19324912
Mary Wilson British missionary  (c.1795–c.1861) missionary 48959 Q19324916
Minnie James James, Minnie Stewart Rhodes (1865–1903), librarian and author 59735 Q19324960
Monica Cole Cole, Monica Mary (1922–1994), geographer 54818 Q19324967
Alison Boston prosecuted for hiring out a girl 'for immoral purposes' madam 75209 Q19324980
Naomi Royde Smith Smith, Naomi Gwladys Royde- (1875–1964), literary editor and writer 56910 Q19324986
Ann Ward Ward, Ann (1715/16–1789), printer 56213 Q19325072
Anna Leman Brett [née Mason], Anne [other married name Anne Gerard, countess of Macclesfield] (1667/8–1753), courtier 74783 Q19325075
Penelope Bradshaw Bradshaw, Penelope (d. 1753/4), compiler of cookery books cookery writer 65130 Q19325091
Anne Fisher Fisher [married name Slack], Anne (1719–1778), writer on education 45847 Q19325092
Anne Pennington Pennington, Anne Elizabeth (1934–1981), Slavonic philologist 65494 Q19325103
Jane Aukland Aukland, Jane Munday (bap. 1836, d. 1925), temperance campaigner 55093 Q19325107
Jean Scott Scott, Jean [Janet], Lady Ferniehirst (b. c.1548, d. after 1593), landowner 69922 Q19325141
Phoebe Blyth Blyth, Phoebe (1816–1898), educationist and philanthropist 52724 Q19325145
R. Roberts translator and sermon writer translator 69592 Q19325147
Rachel Scott Scott [née Cook], Rachel Susan (1848–1905), educationist and journalist 48419 Q19325151
Jessie Macfarlane Macfarlane [married name Brodie], Jessie (1843–1871), preacher 47642 Q19325154
Rachel Wilson Wilson [née Wilson], Rachel (1720–1775), Quaker minister 68186 Q19325155
Beatrice de Leon Leon, Jack de (1902–1956), theatre manager and impresario 49623 Q19325156
Joan fl. 1386–1389, dispensed medicines to the monks of Westminster Abbey medic 61089 Q19325159
Belle Davis Davis, Belle (b. 1874, d. in or after 1938), dancer and singer 64723 Q19325165
Joan (fl. 1407–1409), who provided medicines for two Westminster monks in three successive years medic 61090 Q19325166
Rebecca Franklin Franklin, Mary (1800–1867), schoolmistress 51762 Q19325174
Cairech Dergain T. M. Charles-Edwards, ‘Connacht, saints of (act. c.400–c.800)’, first published 64424 Q19325196
Catherine McLean McLean [married name Beaton], Catherine [Kate] (1879–1960), trade unionist 54413 Q19325208
Charlotte Burbury Kennedy, Marion Grace (1836–1914), classical scholar 56269 Q19325274
Charlotte West West, Charlotte (fl. 1787–1821), writer 70515 Q19325277
Dorothy Middleton Middleton [née Butler], Dorothy (1909–1999), geographer and writer 70780 Q19325445
Dorothy Patridge Patridge, Dorothy (fl. 1694), midwife and student in astrology 60920 Q19325448
Edith Wardale Wardale, Edith Elizabeth (1863–1943), philologist and literary scholar 52739 Q19325462
Sarah Baines Baines [née Hunt], Sarah Jane [Jennie] (1866–1951), suffragette and social reformer 56217 Q19325477
Sophia Cooke Cooke, Sophia (1814–1895), missionary and schoolmistress missionary 49145 Q19325492
Elizabeth Arnold Arnold, Elizabeth (fl. 1616), translator translator 68018 Q19325531
Elizabeth Lewis Lewis, Elizabeth Anne (1843–1924), temperance activist 55193 Q19325550
Elizabeth Major Major, Elizabeth (fl. 1656), religious writer 68092 Q19325552
Emily Jackson Jackson [née Hall], Emily Emma Maude (1845–1898), litigant for the rights of married women 57712 Q19325584
Emily Morrell Brigid Allen, ‘Morrell family (per. c.1790–1965)’, first published 48815 Q19325592
Emily Sturge Sturge, Emily (1847–1892), campaigner for women's education and suffrage 51774 Q19325600
Emma Saunders philanthropist 64549 Q19325603
Ethel Sykes Sykes, Ella Constance (1863–1939), traveller and writer 74684 Q19325620
Frances Bernard Bernard [married name Latham], (Marianne) Frances [Fanny] (1839–1926), college head 52721 Q19325652
Frances Martin Martin, (Mary Anne) Frances (1829–1922), educationist and author 48513 Q19325657
Freda Gwilliam Gwilliam, Freda Howitt (1907–1987), educationist 64198 Q19325697
Funech Irish saint 64438 Q19325721
Georgina Cowper Temple Temple, Georgina Cowper- [née Georgina Tollemache], Lady Mount-Temple (1821?–1901), religious enthusiast 53965 Q19325848
Julia Huxley Huxley, Leonard (1860–1933), biographer and writer 48568 Q19325895
Katherine Preston Preston [née McEwen], Katherine Mary (1868–1951), college head 48676 Q19325904
Katherine Ramsay Ramsay, Katherine (1720s–1808), milliner and shopkeeper 65566 Q19325909
Lilly Frazer Lilly Frazer, Lady Frazer (1854/5–1941), writer and translator 66458 Q19325943
Margaret Beirne Eugene Hynes, ‘Knock, visionaries of (act. 1879)’, first published 63024 Q19325972
Margaret Houghton London shepster 75218 Q19325982
Hilda Ingold Ingold, Sir Christopher Kelk (1893–1970), chemist 56153 Q19325983
Honnor Morten Morten, (Violet) Honnor (1861–1913), nurse and journalist 62035 Q19325989
Marian Gamwell Gamwell, (Antonia) Marian (1891–1977), volunteer ambulance driver and commanding officer of the FANY 67668 Q19325992
Honoria Lawrence Lawrence [née Marshall], Honoria, Lady Lawrence (1808–1854), writer 47680 Q19325993
Marjorie Rackstraw Rackstraw, Marjorie (1888–1981), educationist and social worker 52396 Q19326010
Mary Bayley Bayley, Mary (b. 1816, d. in or after 1892), temperance activist and writer 50730 Q19326045
Carola Margaret Hicks art historian (1941–2010) art historian 102830 Q19335429
Diana Elizabeth Lamplugh fitness specialist, personal safety campaigner, and charity founder (1936–2011) 104039 Q19335442
Elizabeth Cressener prioress of Dartford (d. 1536/7) prioress 105936 Q19335453
Elizabeth Penington pious laywoman and letter writer (bap. 1604/5, d. 1642x5) 107134 Q19335455
Kathleen Margaret Midwinter First female clerk in the House of Commons and United Nations official 1909 clerk 107218 Q19335524
Margaret Pygot prioress of Carrow (d. in or after 1474) prioress 105620 Q19335537
Sally Lunn supposed baker (supp. fl. 1680x1800) baker 55187 Q19897668
Sarah Wight English mystic 1631 mystic 69143 Q21257773
Joan Whitrowe English religious writer biographer 45833 Q21401486
Gulval Cornish saint 11709 Q22954696
Eleanor Tatlock English poet poet 45863 Q26834445
Helen Silcock English trade unionist and suffragist 1865 trade unionist 53245 Q27205502
Elizabeth Dicey English printer, wife of John Cluer printer 71750 Q27562356
Judith Man English translator translator 68074 Q27650709
Nicolina Giordani Italian singer singer 69632 Q27660160
Maud Ireland trader in London businessperson 75217 Q27734683
Doreen Hawkins Related to John Edward [Jack] Hawkins, (1910–1973), actor. 106920 Q29843285
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