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Mary Leigh

(c. 1885—1970) militant suffragette


'Mary Leigh' can also refer to...

To Miss Mary Anne Leigh, [7 March 1831]

To Miss Mary Anne Leigh, [17 May 1833]

YATES, William R. (1870 - 1951), Vicar of St Mary, Leigh Woods, Clifton, Bristol, since 1923

BENNETT, Henry Leigh (1833 - 1912), Rector of St Mary Magdalene, Lincoln, 1901–04

Leigh [née Brown], Mary [Marie] (b. 1885, d. in or after 1965), militant suffragette

Leigh, Vivien [real name Vivian Mary Hartley; married name Vivian Mary Olivier, Lady Olivier] (1913-1967), actress

NIXON, Leigh Hunter (1871 - 1941), Rector of Tydd St Mary, Wisbech since 1933; Hon. Priest to the King since 1934; Fellow of Lancing College, 1925; Chairman Hurstpierpoint School Committee, 1926

LEIGH, Arthur George (1909 - 1968), Ophthalmic Surgeon; Surgeon, Moorfields Eye Hospital, since 1947; Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon; St Mary’s Hospital, since 1947; Paddington Green Children’s Hospital; Princess Louise Hospital for Children, Kensington; Lecturer in Ophthalmology, The Institute of Ophthalmology, Univ. of London; Mem. Bd of Governors: St Mary’s Hosp., since 1962; Moorfields Eye Hospital, since 1966

Leigh, William Henry (1824 - 1905), JP; [Sir Piers Leigh bore the standard of the Black Prince at Crecy; his son Sir Peter was slain at Agincourt, 1415; his g g s was Lord Mayor of London when Queen Mary died, 1558; James Leigh, 6th in descent, m 1755, Lady Caroline Amelia Grosvenor, e d of Duke of Chandos, 8th in descent from Princess Mary, sister of Henry VIII]; Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire from 1852; High Steward of Sutton Coldfield, 1859–82 and 1902; Governor and Trustee of Rugby School; Hon. Colonel 5th Battalion Warwickshire Regiment; Provincial Grand Master, Warwicks, 1852

 
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