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Baroness Eliza Margaret von Hügel
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Dates of existence
1840 - 1931
[Source - Chloe Rushovich for FHYA, 2018, using https://akennedysmith.wordpress.com/2017/12/31/isys-travels-baroness-eliza-von-hugel-1840-1931/: Baroness Eliza Margaret von Hügel, more often known as Isy, was born Eliza Margaret Froude in 1840, the daughter of the engineer and naval architect William Froude F.R.S and his wife Catherine (nee Holdsworth). She married Baron Anatole von Hügel in 1880, after which they moved to Cambridge and where Anatole was appointed the first Curator of what was then called the Museum of General and Local Archaeology at the University of Cambridge, a position he would hold for the next thirty-eight years. Eliza donated much of her own money to the Museum, and laid the foundation stone for its new building in 1910. She died in 1931.]
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