Naish, Winifred, 1884-1915, née Rowntree

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Naish, Winifred, 1884-1915, née Rowntree

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1884-1915

History

Winifred Naish was born Winifred Rowntree on 16 October 1884, the youngest child of Quaker chocolate manufacturer Joseph Rowntree, and his wife Emma Antoinette Seebohm.

In 1907 she married Arthur Duncan Naish, the son of Louis Edmund Naish of Bristol and his wife Sarah Ann Fryer. The couple were already connected by marriage, Winifred's brother, John Wilhelm, having married Arthur's sister, Constance, in 1892. They had three children together; Joseph Rowntree, Richard Ellis, and Michael John.

Winifred died in York on 11 March 1915, at the age of 30.

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Scott, Lily, 1891-1985, member of the Honesty Girls Club (1891 - 1985)

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Honesty Girls Club (1902 - c 1940)

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hierarchical

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Honesty Girls Club is owned by Naish, Winifred, 1884-1915, née Rowntree

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1902 - 1915

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Winifred Rowntree founded the club in 1902.

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Rowntree, Joseph Stephenson, 1875-1951 (1875-1951)

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family

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Rowntree, Joseph Stephenson, 1875-1951 is the sibling of Naish, Winifred, 1884-1915, née Rowntree

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GB 193

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ISAAR(CPF): International Standard Archival Authority Record for Corporate Bodies, Persons and Families, International Council on Archives (2nd edition, 2003); Rules for the construction of personal, place and corporate names, National Council on Archives (1997).

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Sources

Stephen Allott, 'John Wilhelm Rowntree, 1868-1905, and the Beginnings of Modern Quakerism' (1994)

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Created by Sally-Anne Shearn, September 2015.
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