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  1. Catherine Gladstone (née Glynne; 6 January 1812 – 14 June 1900) was the wife of British statesman William Ewart Gladstone for 59 years, from 1839 until his death in 1898.

  2. Catherine Gladstone (née Glynne) (1812-1900), Philanthropist; wife of William Ewart Gladstone. Sitter in 47 portraits. Catherine Glynne married William Ewart Gladstone in 1838, and although their marriage was difficult at times, William relied on the support of his wife throughout his career.

  3. › catherine-gladstoneCatherine Gladstone

    Mrs Gladstone’s primary concern was support of the poor – in particular those suffering from cholera, near-starving mill girls and homeless orphans. She established the concept of free convalescent homes and her common-sense influenced the Poor Laws.

  4. 8 de jul. de 2024 · William and Catherine Gladstone. Statesman. In 1903 an over-life size marble statue to William Gladstone was unveiled in the north transept of Westminster Abbey. The inscription reads: Erected by Parliament to the Right Honourable William Ewart Gladstone four times Prime Minister. Born December 29 1809 Died May 19 1898.

  5. Catherine was the power behind William Gladstone throughout his political career. She was also very well connected on her own account, being related in one way or another to ‘half the famous names in English political history.’*

  6. Of these one of the most important was the Newport. Market Befuge, which developed out of the House of Charity for Distressed Persons. The latter was the first philanthropic institution in London which claimed Mrs. Gladstone's attention.

  7. Flintshire Children’s Centre, Catherine Gladstone House, Mancot, Flintshire CH5 2EP . Tel: 03000 859198