Gertrude Denman
(1884-1954)

Died aged c. 70

Gertrude Mary Denman, Baroness Denman, GBE (née Pearson; 7 November 1884 – 2 June 1954), sometimes known as Trudie, was a British woman active in women's rights issues including the promotion of Women's suffrage in the United Kingdom. She was also the wife of the 3rd Baron Denman, fifth Governor-General of Australia, and she officially named Australia's capital city Canberra in 1913.

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Lady Gertrude Denman 1884-1954 first elected Chairman of the National Federation of Women's Institutes 1917 founded the Victory Hall at Balcombe 1923

The Victory Hall, Stockcroft Road, Balcombe, United Kingdom where they founded (1923)