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Mary Barr Clay

(Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2012): 44. Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Woman’s Rights Movement ... 1839, to Mary Jane Warfield and Cassius M. Clay. In 1866 Clay married Major John Francis “Frank” ... of Clay and changed the last names of her two youngest children to Clay also. In May 1879 during the ...

John Daugherty White of Clay County and Louisville, advocate for woman suffrage during the Gilded Age

the Kentucky Court of Appeals in 1912. He eventually returned to Clay County where his sister Laura ... John Daugherty White (1849-1920) was a politician from Goose Creek near Manchester in Clay County; ... the secretary and treasurer of the Louisville Equal Rights Association. John's sister, Laura R. ...

Madeline McDowell Breckinridge, National Suffrage Leader and Reformer

between factions that threatened to destroy NAWSA.  Kentucky’s Laura Clay and leaders in the South wanted ... probably had more to do with her traditional values.  She had avoided a complete break with Laura Clay ... Madeline McDowell Breckinridge was born in Franklin County on May 20, 1872, to Major Henry Clay ...

Mary Ellen Britton

By Karen Cotton McDaniel, Ph.D. Mary Ellen Britton was born free in Lexington, Kentucky on April 16, 1855 to Laura Marshall and Henry Harrison Britton.  Initially she attended local schools run by the American Missionary Association but later attended the William Gibson School in Louisville.  ...

Jennie Angell Mengel (1882-1934) Louisville Suffragist and Educator

hosting state-wide conventions. A controversy among Kentuckians pitted the veteran suffrage crusader Laura Clay and her allies, who insisted that suffrage was a state rather than a federal issue, against others ... important role in persuading the KERA, over Clay’s objections, to place increasing emphasis on federal ...

Laura Clay (1849-1941), Kentucky Suffragist and Voice of the South

Laura Clay (February 9, 1849 — June 29, 1941) grew up in a large family of activists at a farm in ... Laura Clay was elected President and Col. John H. Ward of Louisville was elected Vice-President. Not ... 's delegate badge from Lexington for the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, saved in the Laura Clay ...

Annie Clay Crenshaw, 1869-1932, Richmond, Virginia

Movement in Virginia,” VCU Libraries (Spring 1998).  Fuller, Paul E. Laura Clay and the Woman's Rights ... SUNY at Potsdam, Potsdam NY Annie Clay was born in 1859 in Richmond, Kentucky. Her parents, both from influential Kentucky families, were Mary Jane Warfield Clay and Cassius Marcellus Clay. She moved to ...

Laura Clay video clip

Commons Add a Comment https://vimeo.com/149391958 Video clip about Laura Clay, suffragist in Lexington KY, ... Laura Clay entry on the Kentucky Votes for Women Trail entry here. Keywords:  Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project, Laura Clay, Teaching Resources, network projects, Women and Gender History/ Studies, Media ...