Margaret of France

(c. 1282—1318) queen of England

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BRITTON, Celia Margaret (born 1946), Professor of French, University College London, 2003–11, now Emeritus

JEFFERSON, Ann Margaret (born 1949), Fellow and Tutor in French, New College, Oxford, since 1987; Professor of French, University of Oxford, since 2006

Douglas, Margaret, countess of Douglas, and duchess of Touraine in the French nobility (b. before 1373?, d. 1450/1451), landowner

Margaret M. McGowan. The Vision of Rome in Late Renaissance France. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2000. Pp. xiv, 461. $50.00

VIALA, Alain Bernard Jean (born 1947), Professor of French Literature and Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, since 2002; Professor of French Literature, University of Paris III, Sorbonne Nouvelle, since 1985

LODGE, Eleanor Constance (1869 - 1936), Hon. Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall; Hon. Fellow of Westfield College; FRHistS.; Gold Medal of Institut Historique et Héraldique de France

McGOWAN, Margaret Mary (born 1931), Professor of French, 1974–97, Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor, 1992–97, Research Professor, since 1997, and 50th Anniversary Fellow, since 2012, University of Sussex

DAVIES, Frederick William Samuel (died 1919), Senior Anæsthetist to King Edward VII Hospital, Cardiff; MO Llwynarthan Auxiliary Hospital; Acting MO HM Priory, Cardiff; Hon. Medical Attendant Queen’s Nurses in Cardiff; Medical Officer St Margaret’s House of Mercy and Children’s Home; Physician French Consulate, Cardiff; late Clinical Assistant Evelina Hospital for Sick Children; Medical Officer and Anæsthetist Glamorgan and Monmouth Hospital for French wounded, Berckplage

McCLURE, J. Campbell (1873 - 1934), Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur; Palms en or de l’ordre de Couronne de Belgique; Physician to the French Hospital, London, since 1913; Physician to Margaret Street Hospital for Consumption, London, since 1912; Ex-President Tuberculosis Society of Great Britain; Chelsea Clinical Society and Section of Balneology and Climatology, Royal Society of Medicine; Member of Executive Committee, International Educational Society

Angela K. Smith. The Second Battlefield: Women, Modernism, and the First World War. New York: Manchester University Press. 2000. Pp. 214. Cloth $74.95, paper $27.95 and Margaret M. Darrow. French Women and the First World War: War Stories on the Home Front. (The Legacy of the Great War.) New York: Berg. 2000. Pp. ix, 341. Cloth $65.00, paper $19.95

RAW, Nathan (1866 - 1940), MP (Co.U) Wavertree Division of Liverpool, Dec 1918–1922; MD, MRCP (London), BS, FRCSE, FRSE, DPH; JP; Lord Chancellor’s Visitor in Lunacy; Consulting Physician, Margaret Street Hospital for Consumption; Consulting Physician, Preston Hall Colony for Ex-Service Men; President, Royal Medico-Psychological Association; Presidnet Tuberculosis Society, Great Britain; President Hunterian Society, London; Member of the International Committee for the Prevention of Tuberculosis; late Lieut-Col and OC First Western General Hospital, Lancashire; Researcher in Tuberculosis in the University of Liverpool; Lt-Col OC and Senior Physician Liverpool Hospital, BEF, France


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(c. 1282–1318),

queen of Edward I. Edward's second wife, whom he married in 1299, was some 40 years younger than her husband. The marriage was the result of diplomatic moves in the aftermath of the war of 1294–7 between England and France; Margaret was a daughter of Philip III of France by his second marriage. She bore Edward a son, Thomas, in admirably short order. A second son, Edmund, and a daughter, Eleanor, followed.

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