Amelia Scott

Poor Law Guardian, suffragist and the first woman to sit on the Tunbridge Wells Town council.


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The Candler sisters

From an old East Anglian Quaker family, they were suffragists, pacifists and philanthropists


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Violet Tillard

Official of the Women's Freedom League, member of the No Consciption Fellowship and 1911 Census protester.


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Irene Tillard

One of the women arrested in Downing Street where they had gone to present a petition


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Sarah Grand

Novelist, President of the Tunbridge Wells branch of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies.


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The Le Lacheur Family

Several members of the Le Lacheur family of the Wilderness, Tunbridge Wells were involved in the women’s suffrage movement.


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Susan Power

Poor Law Guardian, suffragist, officer of the local branch of the Save the Children Fund, and Town Councillors in Tunbridge Wells


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Olive Walton

Militant suffragette, organiser of the Tunbridge Wells branch of the WSPU, she served several terms in gaol for militant acts.


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