Irish Women's Suffrage Society

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The Irish Women's Suffrage Society was an organisation for women's suffrage, founded by Isabella Tod as the North of Ireland Women's Suffrage Society in 1872. It changed its name in 1909. It was based in Belfast but had branches in other parts of the north of Ireland.[1]

Margaret McCoubrey (1880-1955) joined the society in 1910 and became an active militant.

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  1. ^ "Belfast suffragettes". Archived from the original on 31 July 2013. Retrieved 25 July 2013.