Beatrice Carrier

Beatrice Carrier

Working for a Varnish and Colours Manufacturer



67 Owen Road, Wolverhampton



Beatrice Alice was born 1889, the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Carrier. In 1911, she was living with her family at 67 Owen Road, Wolverhampton. Beatrice worked for a Varnish and Colours Manufacturer, so likely at the same firm as her father Thomas. Beatrice became a member of the Wolverhampton branch of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies. She was actively involved collecting subscriptions and delivering notices for the society in the district of Penn Road. Beatrice does not appear to have married, and died in Wolverhampton in 1961. Contributed by Heidi McIntosh, Senior Archivist, Wolverhampton Archives.



“Beatrice Carrier,” Mapping Women's Suffrage, accessed July 12, 2020,

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