Marion Janet Greeves, MBE (née Cadbury, 18 July 1894 — 7 July 1979) was the first one of only two female members of the Senate of Northern Ireland, having been elected to serve as an independent member on 20 June 1950, retiring on 10 June 1969.
She married linen manufacturer William Edward Greeves (1890 - 1960) Deputy Lieutenant and High Sheriff of County Armagh, also a Quaker, on 14 February 1918, in Bournville. The couple had five children; two daughters and three sons. Despite being the daughter of one of the richest men in the UK she lived a relatively normal life at Ardeevin House, Portadown, County Armagh.
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