Emmeline Pankhurst

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  • Emmeline Pankhurst Was Born

    Emmeline Pankhurst Was Born
    Emmeline Pankhurst, was the daughter of Robert Goulden, and Sophia Craine, she was born in 1858 in Manchester. Her father was a vey successful buisnessman, with strong political beliefs. Emmelines monther, Sophia, was also into politics, taking Emmeline to womens suffrage meetings, when she was quite younge.
  • Emmeline And Richard Got Married In Eccles

    Soon after Emmeline returned to Manchester in 1878, she met the lawyer, Richard Pankhurst. Richard was also a strong feeling for women's suffrage. I was an instant click, they both had strong feelings for the same things in politics. And they both agreed to get married in eccles.
  • Christabel Pankhurts Was Born

    Christabel Pankhurts Was Born
    Christabel Pankhurst:
    She was a suffragette born in Manchester, England, on the 22nd September, 1880. Co-founder of the Women's Social and Political Union. In 1914 she became a supporter of the war against Germany. After the war she moved to the United States, where she worked as an evangelist for the Second Adventist movement.
  • Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst Was Born

    Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst Was Born
    Estelle Sylvia Pankhurst:
    She was born in Manchester, on the 5th of May 1882. She was a daughter of Dr. Richard Pankhurst and Emmeline Pankhurst. Estelle was a member of the Independent Labour Party and much worried with women's rights. In 1906, she began to work full-time with the Women's Social and Political Union with her sister and her mother, at her side.
  • Adela Pankhurst Was Born

    Adela Pankhurst Was Born
    Adela Pankhurst:
    Adela was born on 19th of June 1885. She was a British-Australian suffragette, political organizer, and co-founder of the Communist Party of Australia and the Australia First Movement. Following separation from her family, Adela immigrated to Australia in 1914. She was recruited during World War I as an organiser for the Women's Peace Army in Melbourne by Vida Goldstein.
  • Women's Franchise League Started

    Women's Franchise League Started
    The Women's Franchise League was an organisation founded by Emmeline Pankhurst together with her husband Richard Pankhurst in 1889, fourteen years before the creation of the Women's Social and Political Union in 1903, also created by Emmeline and Richard Pankhurst. The organisation's main achievement was to secure the vote for women in local elections.
  • The Right For Married Women To Vote

    The Right For Married Women To Vote
    The league wins the right for married women to vote in elections for local offices, but not the right for them to vote for the House of Commons. This decision that was made has truley changed the world, if it was not made all of the women in this world would have no say in what they believed
  • Richard Pankhurst Died

    Richard Pankhurst Died
    He was born in May 1834. He took a strong notice in legal improvement. He was mainly involved in changing those laws that were against women. Richard was a legal adviser to Lydia Becker and the Manchester National Society for Women's Suffrage. The following year he was in charge for drafting the first bill for the women, to Parliament. Richard also wrote the Married Women's Property Act of 1870.
    All of a sudden Richard started getting terrible stomach pains, it turns out he got stomach ulcers.
  • National Women's Social And Political Union Started

    National Women's Social And Political Union Started
    Emmeline found the National Women’s Social and Political Union in Manchester, on the 16th of March 1903. The saying 'Votes For Women', was also formed in 1903, with ladies every where from he National Women's Social And Political Union, with a sign around the neck, and a partition slip in their hand all over England.
  • Emmeline Starts A Protest For Dropping The Conciliation Bill

    Emmeline Starts  A Protest For Dropping The Conciliation Bill
    Emmeline started a protest for dropping the Conciliation Bill that would of given women the vote.In total over 100 women arrested, and charged for varying from disturbing the peace to assaulting police officers, although most charges are subsequently dropped.
  • Emmeline Returns Back To England

    Emmeline Returns Back To England
    Emmeline returns to England and is chosen as the Conservative candidate for an east London seat, but her health fails before she can be elected.
  • Emmeline Pankhurst's Death

    Emmeline Pankhurst's Death
    On Thursday 14 June 1928 Pankhurst died, at the age of 69 She was buried in Brompton Cemetery in London. In the end Emmeline achieved what she set out for, women over 30 could vote, for what the believed.
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