Find out about the historic and current women of Salisbury, who have made significant contributions to our community and history.

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Adeline Cable in uniform at her desk in 1925

Adeline Cable

Adeline Cable (1864-1944) best known for her work as a matron at Salisbury Infirmary during the First World War.  Adeline Elizabeth Cable was born in

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Wren Hall the location of the choir school in Dora's time

Dora Robertson

Dora Robertson impacted on the history of Salisbury in two ways: by helping to secure the future of the Choristers School when it faced financial collapse in the 1920s, and by writing the first history of the Cathedral Close, a work still used as a standard reference work by historians today

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