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  1. Florence Ada Keynes (née Brown; 10 March 1861 – 13 February 1958) was an English author, historian and politician. Career [ edit ] Keynes was an early graduate of Newnham College, Cambridge [1] where her contemporaries included the economist Mary Marshall .

  2. On the national stage she campaigned for the establishment of juvenile courts and urged women to act as jurors and magistrates. She was instrumental in the introduction of women police in 1931 after a campaign lasting seventeen years. Florence Keynes died on 13 February 1958 at her home in Cambridge, 6 Harvey Road.

  3. Florence Ada Keynes; Book: By-Ways of Cambridge History Published online: 07 September 2010 Print publication: 20 July 2009, pp 149-158 First published in: 1947;

  4. Cllr Florence Ada Keynes was one of the most pioneering women of the early-mid 20th Century in Cambridge. Students of economics may recognise her as the mother of John Maynard Keynes, the economist and former Treasury civil servant. As Florence Ada Brown, she was one of the earliest students at Newnham College in the very late 1870s.

  5. Keynes's parents, John Neville and Florence Ada Keynes, emerge from Sir Roy Harrod's biography as rather shadowy figures. John Neville was a fellow of. Pembroke College, Cambridge, a logician and economist. He seems to have. been a kind, modest, considerate, retiring man, honorable and punctilious, with.

  6. 16 de mai. de 2024 · As an early student at Newnham College and subsequently as the wife of John Neville Keynes, Florence Ada Keynes (née Brown), (1861–1958) spent her entire adult life living in Cambridge. A prominent public figure, active in charity work and public service, she became the first female councillor of the city and served as its Mayor ...

  7. Keynes, John Maynard (1883-1946), 1st Baron Keynes, economist is the child of Keynes, Florence Ada (1861–1958) social and political activist. Dates of relationship.