Harriet Loyd Lindsay (Q779)

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  • Lady Wantage
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Harriet Loyd Lindsay
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  • Lady Wantage

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Lockinge, near Wantage (British English)
10 September 1906Gregorian
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Earthworks Committee Letters General 1905-07 CAS 002/05 (MS 990/2/5) (British English)
Lady Wantage was the President of the North Berkshire Branch of the league (British English)
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The Anti-Suffrage Review 59, 1 Sept 1913 (British English)
This title is available digitally at the LSE Library (British English)
Lindsay was on the Committee for the French Art Exhibition (English)
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Burlington Fine Arts Club, French Art of the Eighteenth Century (1913) (English)
Lindsay loaned art to the Early German Art exhibition (English)
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Burlington Fine Arts Club, Exhibition of Early German Art (1906) (English)
Lindsay loaned art to the French Art exhibition (English)
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Burlington Fine Arts Club, French Art of the Eighteenth Century (1913) (English)
A letter to the Earthworks Committee from R. Hippesly Cox reports that Lady Wantage built a monument to her husband on a barrow in Yew Down (British English)
Lady Wantage is noted as the owner of land in the Berkshire Downs near Stanmore on which a tumulus had been ploughed over and is identified as someone who may be able to stop the destruction (British English)
5 September 1905Gregorian
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Earthworks Committee Letters General 1905-07 CAS 002/05 (MS 990/2/5) (British English)
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Q18528074
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q18528074
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