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Dame Elaine KELLETT-BOWMAN

Dame Elaine KELLETT-BOWMAN, British Member of Parliament. No. 1 Country Housewife, 1960; Christal Mac Millan Law Prize, 1963; Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire, 1988.

Background

  • KELLETT-BOWMAN, Dame Elaine was born on July 8, 1924 in Lancashire, United Kingdom. Daughter of Walter Kay.

  • Education

    • Queen Mary School, Lytham. The Mount, York; St. Anne’s College, Oxford, Welfare diploma. Spoken languages: French.

    Career

    • Member, Union of European Women, since 1956. Delegate to Luxembourg, 1958. Alderman, Camden Borough Council, 1968-1972.

      Vice-Chairman, Housing Committee, 1968. Chairman, Welfare Committee, 1969. Member of Parliament, since 1970.

      Member of European Parliament, 1975-1984. Professional career: called to the bar. Middle Temple, 1964; lay member, Press Council, 196468.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Conservative Party

    Religion

    Church of England.

    Personality

    Interests

    Health, agriculture, education.

    Connections

    • [{"type":"father","name":"Walter Kay"},{"type":"spouse","name":"Edward Thomas Kellett-Bowman"}]
    • father: Walter Kay
    • spouse: Edward Thomas Kellett-Bowman
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    Born July 8, 1924
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