Spicer

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Louisa Martindale (feminist)
... Louisa Martindale, née Spicer (25 June 1839 – 15 March 1914) was a British activist for women's rights and suffragist ... Her father, James Spicer, was a wholesale stationer with a successful family business ... She assisted her brother, Albert Spicer, a Liberal MP for the Monmouth Boroughs (1892–1900) and Hackney Central (1906–18), who himself worked on issues such as the admission of women into county councils ...
Spicer - Other Uses
... For people with the surname Spicer, see Spicer (surname) ... Aylmer Spicer Cameron New Spicer Meadow Reservoir Spicer Baronets Spicer's Gap The Collected Books of Jack Spicer 2065 Spicer Spicer joint, a universal joint created by Clarence W ... Spicer Spicer Universal Joint Manufacturing Company, manufacturer of transmissions and automotive components, which later became Dana Corporation ...
The Lichfield Festival - History - 1990–2001
... Clark was succeeded by Paul Spicer, the longest serving Artistic Director to date ... Spicer sought to ‘cater for all tastes and provide something for everyone’ ... strands were brought into the programme to encourage what Spicer called ‘cohesion and unity’ ...
Spicer Baronets
... The Spicer Baronetcy, of Lancaster Gate in the Borough of Paddington, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom ... It was created on 17 July 1906 for Albert Spicer ... He was Chairman of James Spicer Sons, Ltd (later Spicers Ltd), paper makers, and also represented Monmouth and Hackney Central in the House of Commons as a Liberal ...
Spye Park, Wiltshire - Owners of The Estate Since The Restoration - Spicer Family (1864-2005)
... Spicer in 1888 Captain John Spicer in 1930s and 1950s Captain Frank Fitzroy Spicer MC DSO (d. 1973) in 1974 presumably Simon Spicer, fifth-generation owner who sold the park in 2005 ...