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Marlborough Women and the Petition
On 19 September 1893, after submitting a petition[https://nzhistory.govt.nz/politics/womens-suffrage/petition] with nearly 32,000 signatures, New Zealand became the first self-governing country to grant women the vote. In most other democracies – including...Read more about "Marlborough Women and the Petition"...
Maggie and Cora Mills, signatories
*Maggie and Cora Evlyn Mills (1854—1939; 1871—1945)* Marlborough women Mills Maggie and Cora Mills (1854—1939; 1871—1945). Image supplied by author Maggie Mills (mother) and Cora Evlyn Mills (daughter) signed the...Read more about "Maggie and Cora Mills, signatories "...
Georgina Penny, signatory
Georgina Penny (nee Blaymires), was born in 1868, the second daughter of Robert, a Picton settler, and Kate (nee Murray) Blaymires. Her grandparents were assisted immigrants who arrived in...Read more about "Georgina Penny, signatory"...
Ellen Dougherty, Nurse
Ellen Dougherty was born at Cutters Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand, on 20 September 1844. Her father had been a whaler for some years before establishing a whaling station...Read more about "Ellen Dougherty, Nurse"...
Ada Redwood, Councillor
Ada McDonald, 1867-1943, was a widow in 1908 when she married Frederick Redwood[sitetree_link,id=748], gentleman sheep farmer of Spring Creek. They were together until his death in 1919. Ada Redwood Ada Redwood....Read more about "Ada Redwood, Councillor"...
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