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1 Roger Fulford, Votes for Women (Faber 1957), p. 143.
2 Girton College Register, according to which the name Holme was originally Hulme.
3 I am indebted to Ms. Alison Duke, Registrar of the Roll, Girton College, for this information.
4 The Society's Minute Book, Carmarthen Record Office, Acc. 4495.
5 Carmarthen Journal, 1 December 1911.
6 Ms Alison Duke states: One was Agnata Frances Ramsay of Girton, who, in 1887, was the only candidate placed in the first division of the First Class in the Classical Tripos, a distinction which earned her a signed photograph of Queen Victoria. The other was Philippa Garrett Fawcett of Newnham, who in 1890 (after Beatrice Holme had left Girton), came above the Senior Wrangler in the Mathematical Tripos.
7 Roger Fulford, ibid., p.267.
8 The meeting is extensively reported in the Carmarthen Journal, 26 January 1912.
9 This according to Mr. David Owen, who was present at the meeting and who himself became a Parliamentary candidate for Carmarthen West in 1951.
10 John Hinds was returned as Liberal Member of Parliament for Carmarthen West in December 1910.
11 Maude Royden, daughter of Sir Thomas Royden, Bt. (later Baron Royden). Social worker and academic lecturer who published many books and became a noted preacher and Companion of Honour.
12 Author and artist, younger brother of Prof. A.E. Housman, eminent classical scholar and author of A Shropshire Lad.
13 Roger Fulford, ibid., p.198
14 This plaque seems to have disappeared, but another is still in situ beside the swimming pool. Her portrait and the reading-desk are now at Queen Elizabeth Cambria School, Johnstown.

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