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Annie Swan, Journalist & Suffragist.
Audrey Collins OBE, The Pioneer of Women’s Cricket and a Trail Blazer for women.
Audrey Peattie, helped pioneer pregnancy tests.
10th Century Warrior Queen: Æthelflæd, Lady of the Mercians.
Read about: Barbara Follett MP, Government party transformer & Founder of networks & groups supporting women into government.
Come and read about the brave warrior Queen of the Iceni, Wife & Mother: Boudicca.
Christina of Markyate Priory & Prioress of St. Albans
Watford's Elizabeth Fuller (1644–1709) founder of a Free School.
Dame Ellen Terry, was considered the leading Shakespearean actress in Britain.
Juliana Berners: English writer on heraldry, hawking and hunting.
Delarivier Manley: 17th Century Author, Play-write and "a journalist in the making".
Meet Dolly Shepherd, The Edwardian Parachutist, Trapeze Artist, Hot Air Balloon Jumper.
Dr Gladys Margaret Proudlock Dunbar, dedicated Dr to the People of Royston.
Dr Mary Groves Rowe MBE established the first St Albans and City and District Hospice Care Team.
Dr Miall-Smith, The First Female Welwyn Garden City Doctor.
E. Margaret, Hertfordshire's first Chief Health Visitor and Midwives Trainer
Eileen Soper, Artist and Illustrator of Enid Blyton's, Famous Five books.
A Victorian Gentlewoman with a Passion for Entomology.
Elisabeth Hudson, St Albans Campaigner & Charity Worker.
Elizabeth Baker, Playwright and Suffragette.
Elizabeth Impey, Hitchin's Suffragette, Demonstrator & Protester.
Emily Davies, Founder of Britain’s First Women’s College.