Richard Marsden Pankhurst

Standard Name: Pankhurst, Richard Marsden

Connections

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death Sylvia Pankhurst
On the wall above her deathbed hung an election manifesto written by her father when he was a candidate for the Independent Labour Party in Manchester in 1895. Emperor Haile Selassie ensured that she should...
Family and Intimate relationships Lydia Becker
One of LB 's allies in Manchester suffrage politics was Richard Pankhurst . Her letters suggest that she found him congenial and entertaining. Possibly hostile rumours later suggested that she hoped to marry him, and...
Family and Intimate relationships Christabel Pankhurst
CP 's much older father was a lawyer, Dr Richard Pankhurst . He allegedly told his children, If you do not work for other people you will not have been worth the upbringing.
Castle, Barbara. Sylvia and Christabel Pankhurst. Penguin, 1987.
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Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Life of Emmeline Pankhurst. Kraus Reprint, 1969.
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Family and Intimate relationships Christabel Pankhurst
While CP and her mother were in Geneva, her father Richard Pankhurst suddenly became very ill. Christabel remained in Switzerland and her mother quickly left for home. However, her father died of a gastric ulcer...
Family and Intimate relationships Emmeline Pankhurst
Emmeline Goulden became engaged to Richard Pankhurst very soon after they met; their engagement ended in marriage sooner than at first intended because his mother's death had left him desolate.
Pankhurst, Christabel. Unshackled: The Story of How We Won the Vote. Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick WilliamEditor , Hutchinson, 1959.
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Kamm, Josephine. The Story of Emmeline Pankhurst. Meredith Press, 1961.
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Purvis, June. Emmeline Pankhurst: A Biography. Routledge, 2002.
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Family and Intimate relationships Emmeline Pankhurst
Emmeline Goulden married Dr Richard Marsden Pankhurst , a lawyer more than twenty years her senior; their marriage took place in Eccles (now part of Salford), very quietly because of his mother's sudden death.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Life of Emmeline Pankhurst. Kraus Reprint, 1969.
16-18
Pankhurst, Christabel. Unshackled: The Story of How We Won the Vote. Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick WilliamEditor , Hutchinson, 1959.
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Mitchell, David J. The Fighting Pankhursts: A Study in Tenacity. MacMillan, 1967.
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Purvis, June. Emmeline Pankhurst: A Biography. Routledge, 2002.
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Family and Intimate relationships Emmeline Pankhurst
EP 's husband, Richard Pankhurst , died suddenly from perforated stomach ulcers while she and her daughter Christabel were visiting Geneva.
Pankhurst, Sylvia. The Life of Emmeline Pankhurst. Kraus Reprint, 1969.
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Mitchell, David J. The Fighting Pankhursts: A Study in Tenacity. MacMillan, 1967.
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Family and Intimate relationships Sylvia Pankhurst
SP idolised her lawyer father, Dr Richard Pankhurst , who was very active in social reform.
politics Lydia Becker
In 1874 LB supported a suffrage bill brought in by a Conservative MP, which would have given the vote to unmarried women and widows only (on the basis that a married woman would merely duplicate...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Sylvia Pankhurst
This work, dealing with the earlier phases of the struggle, acknowledges the split among the Pankhursts, and confirms that SP felt uneasy about the WSPU leadership as early as 1911. It is a personal book...

Timeline

April 1892
Physical confrontation broke out at a meeting in St James's Hall, London, of supporters of women's franchise.