|Title:||Suffragette Partnership, the Lives of Lettice Floyd and Annie Williams 1860-1943|
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|Publisher:||Mercian Manuals Ltd (October 28, 2005)|
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Lettice Annie Floyd (21 November, 1865 – 1934) was a British suffragette. She is known for her openly queer relationship with fellow suffragette Annie Williams. Floyd and Williams were arrested and force fed. After the first World War Floyd continued to campaign for women's rights and peace. Floyd was born in Berkswell in 1865 to William and Alison Floyd. Her mother's sister was the philosopher Jane Hume Clapperton who had published Scientific Meliorism and the Evolution of Happiness in 1885 . Berkswell (BURK-swəl) is a village and civil parish in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, county of West Midlands. mage: St John the Baptist church approach 1m 08. The crypt of St John the Baptist's church.
The Remarkable Lives of the Suffragettes told Broadly about the long and enduring romantic relationship between suffragettes Evelina Haverfield and the Pankhursts’ chauffeur, Vera ‘Jack’ Holme. These two were quite openly a couple and, in fact, they had each other’s initials carved on their bed, she says. Vera Holme (left) with Evelina Haverfield who were prominent in the Women’s Suffrage Movement. Image: Spartacus Educational Publishers Ltd. Atkinson’s book also details the very open couple Lettice Floyd and Annie Williams
Atkinson’s book describes the lives of several more queer women in the campaign, including the very open couple Lettice Floyd and Annie Williams. These women were generally accepted within the movement, largely because the campaign had a common goal. They were all in same-sex relationships; they were all very actively involved; they were quite prominent; they weren’t hiding in any closet; they were out in doing it, Atkinson explains. Lesbian and bisexual relationships have either largely been made invisible or, when they’re discussed, it is quite often in sensationalist terms. McCollum says these women played an absolutely critical role within the movement, believing some of the most prominent leadership figures were queer, like Ethel Smyth, the composer of suffragette anthem The March of the Women. Vera "Jack" Holme (left). Photo courtesy of LSE via Flickr.