Margaret Hall

(b. 1925)

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Hall, Margaret (1925– )

HALL, Margaret Bernardine, Painter, watercolourist

TABOR, Margaret Emma (died 1954), formerly Warden, Univ. Hall, Liverpool

WORDSWORTH, Elizabeth (1840 - 1932), late Principal Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

GRIER, Lynda (1880 - 1967), Principal, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1921–45; Hon. Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall

STEWART, Duncan Montgomery (1930 - 1996), Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1979–95

RUSBRIDGER, Alan Charles (born 1953), Principal, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, since 2015

LANNON, Frances (born 1945), Principal, Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, 2002–15

BIRD, Frank Ronald (1918 - 1983), Treasurer, since 1973, Fellow, since 1978, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

FARRER, Frances (Margaret) (1895 - 1977), Director, Abinger Hall Estate Co., since 1942

HALL, Margaret Dorothy (born 1936), Head of Design, British Museum, 1964–2001

CUNNINGHAM, E. Margaret (1872 - 1940), Warden of Trinity Hall, Dublin, since 1903

CHILVER, Elizabeth Millicent (1914 - 2014), Principal of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1971–79, Honorary Fellow, 1979

WILEMAN, Margaret Annie (1908 - 2014), Honorary Fellow, Hughes Hall, Cambridge, since 1973 (President (formerly Principal), 1953–73)

EVERETT, Dorothy (1894 - 1953), Reader in English Language, University of Oxford, since 1948; Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, since 1926

DOUGLAS-SCOTT, Sionaidh (born 1959), Professor of European and Human Rights Law, University of Oxford, since 2008; Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

HUDSON, Anne Mary (born 1938), Professor of Medieval English, Oxford, 1989–2003; Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1963–2003, now Hon. Fellow

BAILEY, Cyril (1871 - 1957), DL (Calif.); Hon. Fell. of Baillol Coll. and of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

GARDNER, Helen (Louise) (1908 - 1986), Emeritus Professor of English Literature, University of Oxford and Hon. Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall and St Hilda’s College


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(1925– ),

children's novelist, was born and educated in Christchurch, and worked as a librarian there and for the Girls' Nautical Training Corps in England, a unit of which she established ...

Subjects: Literature.

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