Norman, Florence Priscilla (1883-1964), suffragist, wife of Sir Henry Norman

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Norman, Florence Priscilla (1883-1964), suffragist, wife of Sir Henry Norman

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  • McLaren, Florence Priscilla (birth name)
  • Norman, Lady (title)
  • McLaren, Priscilla
  • Mclaren, Fay
  • Norman, Fay

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1883–1964

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McLaren, Charles Benjamin Bright (1850-1934), 1st Baron Aberconway, barrister and industrialist (1850-1934)

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family

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McLaren, Charles Benjamin Bright (1850-1934), 1st Baron Aberconway, barrister and industrialist

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Norman, Florence Priscilla (1883-1964), suffragist, wife of Sir Henry Norman

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McLaren, Francis Walter Stafford (1886-1917), politician (1886-1917)

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family

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McLaren, Francis Walter Stafford (1886-1917), politician

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Norman, Florence Priscilla (1883-1964), suffragist, wife of Sir Henry Norman

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Norman, Sir Henry (1858–1939), 1st Baronet, journalist and politician (1858–1939)

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family

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Norman, Sir Henry (1858–1939), 1st Baronet, journalist and politician

is the spouse of

Norman, Florence Priscilla (1883-1964), suffragist, wife of Sir Henry Norman

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Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, under Sir Henry Norman

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