Harriet M'Ilquham

Standard Name: M'Ilquham, Harriet


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The first married female poor law guardian, Harriet M'Ilquham of Tewkesbury, was elected.
November 1888
17 January 1889
Harriet M'Ilquham stood for election to the county council in Cheltenham division, Gloucestershire; she lost but set a precedent that married women might stand.
25 July 1889
The Women's Franchise League , an organisation committed to including married women in future women's suffrage proposals, was formed in London by Elizabeth Wolstenholme Elmy , Alice Scatcherd , and Harriet M'Ilquham and others.