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  1. Lady Frances Balfour (née Campbell; 22 February 1858 – 25 February 1931) was a British aristocrat and suffragist. She was one of the highest-ranking members of the British aristocracy to assume a leadership role in the Women's suffrage campaign in the United Kingdom.

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    • women's rights activism
    • Whig until 1886, Liberal Unionists
  2. espowiki.com › frances_balfourFrances Balfour

    In Memoriam the Lady Frances Balfour, 1881-1931 (recortes de periódicos compilados por el Comité de la Sociedad de Ayuda al Viajero (1931) Reconocimiento póstumo Su nombre e imagen (y los de otras 58 personas que apoyan el sufragio femenino) están en el pedestal de la estatua de Millicent Fawcett en la Plaza del Parlamento, Londres, presentada en 2018.

  3. Frances Balfour, the daughter of George Douglas Campbell, eighth duke of Argyll (1823–1900), was born on 22nd February 1858. The tenth of twelve children, Frances had a hip-joint disease and from early childhood was constantly in pain and walked with a limp.

  4. Lady Frances Balfour was one of the highest-ranking members of the British aristocracy to assume a leadership role in the Women's suffrage campaign in the ...

  5. 23/05/2016 · FRANCES BALFOUR, ARISTOCRAT SUFFRAGIST Lady Frances Balfour (1858-1931) is the last of the British leaders of the votes for women campaign in Great Britain to have a biography. She is also the only member of the aristocracy and the only Scot to have had a British leadership role in the campaign.

  6. Lady Frances Balfour née Frances Campbell à Londres le 22 février 1858 et morte le 25 février 1931 dans la même ville, est une suffragiste britannique. Elle est membre du comité exécutif de la National Society for Women's Suffrage de 1896 à 1919. Sommaire 1 Biographie 2 Publications 3 Hommages et distinctions 4 Notes et références 4.1 Notes

  7. Lady Frances Balfour (geborene Campbell, * 22. Februar 1858 in London; † 25. Februar 1931 in London) war eines der hochrangigsten Mitglieder der britischen Aristokratie, das eine führende Rolle in der Frauenwahlrechtsbewegung innehatte.