Alice Wheeldon

Died aged 53

Alice Ann Wheeldon (27 January 1866 – 21 February 1919) was a British supporter of universal and women's suffrage and anti-war campaigner. She was convicted in 1917, along with her daughter, Winnie, and son-in-law, Alfred Mason, of conspiracy to murder the Prime Minister, David Lloyd George. Some of the evidence given in the case against them appears to have been fabricated on behalf of "a government eager to disgrace the anti-war movement".

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Alice Wheeldon 1866-1919 anti-war activist, socialist and suffragist lived here behind her shop

Pear Tree Rd, Derby, United Kingdom where they lived