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Will and Testament of Charlotte Elizabeth Ireland, Richmond House, Clifton Crescent, Folkestone, Kent, widow. Dated 16 May 1914. Formerly known as Charlotte Elizabeth Rumble. Bequeaths to The Poor Clergy Relief Corporation £100; to The Church of England South Staffordshire Deaf & Dumb Mission £50; to The United Sufferagists, The Votes for Women Fellowship and The Church League for Women Sufferage £100 each. To Amy Chesshire the silver badge and illuminated address presented to her by The Womens Social & Political Union and the bound volume of the "Votes for Women" newspaper, 1911 - 1912. Codicil added 23 March 1917. Now residing at Ommaroo, Havres des Pas. Codicil added 1 October 1917. Revokes the bequest to The United Sufferagists.

Reference

D/Y/A/79/115

Date

October 27th 1919 - October 27th 1919

Names

The Womens Social & Political Union
Chesshire, Amy
Church League for Women's Sufferage
The Votes for Women Fellowship
The United Sufferagists
Church of England South Staffordshire Deaf and Dumb Mission
The Poor Clergy Relief Corporation
Rumble, Charlotte Elizabeth
Ireland, Charlotte Elizabeth, née Rumble
Judicial Greffe

Keywords

testaments | women's institutes | suffragettes | Newspapers | wills | Probate | Judicial Greffe | Law | courts | Richmond House, Clifton Crescent

Dimensions

1 booklet, seal; 2 papers

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

Closed for preservation - please consult digital copy

Closed until

2100

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