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Ethel Layton
Ethel Layton

Overview to Ethel Layton

The Census Form was labelled ‘Miss Charlton and Miss Layton’ by the enumerator on the front. Miss Layton was Ethel Layton with whom Charlotte Charlton had lived since about 1898.

Ethel appeared in court in November 1911 for breaking windows at the Home Office (with Marion Wallace Dunlop, an artist, prominent suffragette and probably the first hunger striker) and imprisoned for 7 days and was therefore presumably a WSPU member.

Ethel does not appear anywhere in the 1911 Census records, so was presumably evading.


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