Mary Benson

Mary Benson (née Sidgwick; 1841 - 1918) was an English hostess of the Victorian era. She was the wife of Revd. Edward Benson, who during their marriage became Archbishop of Canterbury, i.e. chief bishop of the Church of England and of the world-wide Anglican communion. Their children included several prolific authors and contributors to cultural ...
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Mary Benson

[campaigner] Mary Benson (1919-2000) was a South African civil rights campaigner and author. Born in 1919, Benson served in the South African Women`s Army during World War II. After the war, she was secretary to film director David Lean. She became acquainted with the author Alan Paton, and read his novel Cry, the beloved country (1948), wh...
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