Poor Law Guardian, suffragist and the first woman to sit on the Tunbridge Wells Town council.
From an old East Anglian Quaker family, they were suffragists, pacifists and philanthropists
Official of the Women's Freedom League, member of the No Consciption Fellowship and 1911 Census protester.
One of the women arrested in Downing Street where they had gone to present a petition
Novelist, President of the Tunbridge Wells branch of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies.
Several members of the Le Lacheur family of the Wilderness, Tunbridge Wells were involved in the women’s suffrage movement.
Poor Law Guardian, suffragist, officer of the local branch of the Save the Children Fund, and Town Councillors in Tunbridge Wells
Militant suffragette, organiser of the Tunbridge Wells branch of the WSPU, she served several terms in gaol for militant acts.
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