Obituary of Elsie Cresswell-Plant


Elsie Cresswell-Plant

Elsie Cresswell-Plant (born on March 8th, 1919) was a British Public Servant and Activist who was the first unmarried mother to be permitted to remain in the British Home Civil Service. She was 74 years old.

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Elsie Cresswell-Plant Biography Wiki:

    • Full Name: Cresswell-Plant, Elsie
    • Common Name: Elsie Cresswell-Plant
    • Birth Name: Elsie Caroline Lilian Cresswell
    • Gender: Female
    • Birthplace: Brownhills, England
    • Birth Date: March 08, 1919
    • Age: 74 (at death)
    • Also Known As: Elsie Caroline Lilian Jones
    • Category/Genre: Activist

Death Notice:

  • Date: June 29, 1993
  • Place: Birmingham, England
  • Cause of Death: Unknown

Claim to Fame:

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Quotable Quotes:

"If they substituted the word 'Lust' for 'Love' in the popular songs it would come nearer the truth."

"Is she dead or alive? According to our records, Ms. Cresswell-Plant is Dead."

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