Florence Horsbrugh, Baroness Horsbrugh

Florence Horsbrugh, Baroness Horsbrugh

  • High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Florence Gertrude Horsbrugh, Baroness Horsbrugh, GBE, PC (13 October 1889 6 December 1969) was a Scottish Conservative Party politician. She was educated at Lansdowne House, Edinburgh, St Hilda s, Folkestone, and Mills College, California. During the First World War, Horsbrugh pioneered a travelling kitchen scheme in Chelsea, London, which gained sufficient renown as to warrant an invitation to bring the kitchen to Buckingham Palace one lunch hour to entertain Queen Mary, who approved particularly of the sweets. Horsbrugh was a Member of Parliament for Dundee from 1931 until her defeat in 1945. She was the first woman to move the Address in reply to the King's Speech. She unsuccessfully contested Midlothian and Peebles in 1950 and sat for Manchester Moss Side from 1950 until her retirement in 1959. On retirement she was elevated to the House of Lords, as a life peer with the title Baroness Horsbrugh, of Horsbrugh in the County of Peebles, where ... (vollständige Produktbeschreibung -> siehe Tabelle unten)
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Florence Horsbrugh, Baroness Horsbrugh

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Florence Gertrude Horsbrugh, Baroness Horsbrugh, GBE, PC (13 October 1889 6 December 1969) was a Scottish Conservative Party politician. She was educated at Lansdowne House, Edinburgh, St Hilda s, Folkestone, and Mills College, California. During the First World War, Horsbrugh pioneered a travelling kitchen scheme in Chelsea, London, which gained sufficient renown as to warrant an invitation to bring the kitchen to Buckingham Palace one lunch hour to entertain Queen Mary, who approved particularly of the sweets. Horsbrugh was a Member of Parliament for Dundee from 1931 until her defeat in 1945. She was the first woman to move the Address in reply to the King's Speech. She unsuccessfully contested Midlothian and Peebles in 1950 and sat for Manchester Moss Side from 1950 until her retirement in 1959. On retirement she was elevated to the House of Lords, as a life peer with the title Baroness Horsbrugh, of Horsbrugh in the County of Peebles, where she sat until her death.

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