404 Hampstead Garden Suburb Virtual Museum : Individual : Maude Royden [SUF28]
Maude Royden

Maude Royden

Dates: 1876-1956

Lived at:

  • 2 South Square,
  • 110 Hampstead Way (1952-death in 1956)

Suffrage organisation(s):
  • National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS),
  • Church League for Women's Suffrage (CLWS),
  • Women's Tax Resistance League

Key roles:
  • National Executive of NUWSS,
  • Editor of Common Cause (NUWSS newspaper),
  • First chair of CLWS,
  • Member of National Council of Adult Suffrage.

1911 Census:
  • Complied

Militant Activities:
  • None

Other achievements:
  • Advocate for women's ordination in the Church of England, coined the phrase "the Conservative Party at prayer".

  • Inclusion on the plinth of the Fawcett statue in Parliament Square (2018).

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