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Ada Elizabeth Chesterton (1869—1962) journalist and philanthropist

Ada Elizabeth Edith Swanwick (1915—1989) artist and art teacher

Agnes Elizabeth Jones (1832—1868) nurse

Amy Elizabeth Dillwyn (1845—1935) novelist and businesswoman

Anna Elizabeth Dickinson (1842—1932)

Anne Elizabeth Baker (1786—1861) philologist

Anne Elizabeth Darwin (1841—1851) daughter of Charles Darwin and subject of a memorial essay

Anne Elizabeth Pennington (1934—1981) Slavonic philologist

Anne Elizabeth Stanhope (1802—1885) political confidante

Arabella Elizabeth Roupell (1817—1914) botanist and botanical artist

Augusta Joanna Elizabeth Innes Withers (1793—1876) botanical artist

Barbara Elizabeth Gwyer (1881—1974) college head

Baroness Elizabeth Blackall de TSerclaes (1884—1978) ambulance driver and first aider

Bennett, Mr and Mrs, Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Kitty

Berridge, Elizabeth (1919—2009)

Beryl Elizabeth Reid (1919—1996) actress and comedian

Blanche Elizabeth Campbell Dugdale (1880—1948) author and Zionist

Caroline Elizabeth Playne (1857—1948) pacifist and historian

Catherine Elizabeth Marshall (1880—1961) suffragist and internationalist

Charlotte Anne Elizabeth Moberly (1846—1937) college head

Charlotte Elizabeth (1790—1846)

Charlotte Elizabeth Canning (1817—1861) courtier and vicereine of India

Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna (1790—1846) writer and social reformer

Christine Mary Elizabeth Burrows (1872—1959) educationist and college head

Clara Elizabeth Collet (1860—1948) civil servant and promoter of women's education and employment

countess of Shrewsbury, Elizabeth Talbot (1518—1608)

Dame Agnes Elizabeth Weston (1840—1918) philanthropist and temperance activist

Dame Constance Elizabeth D'Arcy (1879—1950) obstetrician and gynaecologist

Dame Elizabeth Ackroyd (1910—1987) civil servant and consumer rights campaigner

Dame Elizabeth Cockayne (1894—1988) nursing administrator and teacher


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Female forename, name of two saints.

St Elizabeth in the Bible, the wife of Zacharias and mother of John the Baptist; she is said to have been the cousin of the Virgin Mary (see the Visitation). Her feast day (jointly with Zacharias) is 5 November.

St Elizabeth of Hungary (1207–31), princess. Married happily to the Landgrave of Thuringia and early widowed, she devoted her life to the poor. Roses are her emblem. Her feast day is 17 (formerly 19) November.

Subjects: Biblical Studies.

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