Hannah Mitchell

Died aged c. 85

Hannah Mitchell (11 February 1872 – 22 October 1956) was an English suffragette and socialist. Born into a poor farming family in Derbyshire, Mitchell left home at a young age to work as a seamstress in Bolton, where she became involved in the socialist movement. She worked for many years in organisations related to socialism, women's suffrage and pacifism. After World War I she was elected to Manchester City Council and worked as a magistrate, before later working for Labour Party leader, Keir Hardie.

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Commemorated on 2 plaques

Hannah Maria Mitchell 1871 - 1956 radical suffragist, City Councillor and Magistrate lived here.

18 Ingham Street, Newton Heath, Manchester, United Kingdom where they lived

Hannah Mitchell [full inscription unknown]

43, Elizabeth Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, United Kingdom where they was