Edith How-Martyn

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Edith How-Martyn, née How (1875, London -1954, Australia) was a British suffragette and a member of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU). She was arrested in 1906 for attempting to make a speech in the House of Commons. This was one of the first acts of suffragette militancy.

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Born: 1875, London
Died: 1954, Place of Death
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Nationality: British
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