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Adel Grange
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browsing neg no 550
Adel Grange
June 1967. View shows a large stone built house, Adel Grange, mostly obscured by trees. Situated on Adel Grange Close, it is now a residential care home. It is noted as being the home, between 1865 and 1922, of Isabella Ford, a reputed trade unionist, socialist, women's suffrage campaigner and peace activist. Born in 1855, she was the daughter of Quaker solicitor Robert Ford and his wife Hannah Pease, who moved to Adel Grange when she was ten.

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