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26 October 2014

24 trans persons from Wales/Ireland/Scotland who changed things by example and/or achievement.

  1. Christian Davies (1667 – 1739) soldier from Dublin. EN.WIKIPEDIA
  2. Anne Bonny (1698 – 1782 ) Irish cross-dressing pirate. EN.WIKIPEDIA

  3. Lavinia Edwards (1809 – 1833) Irish actress in London. GVWW
  4. Edward de Lacy Evans (1830 – 1901) from Waterford, labourer and husband in Melbourne. GVWW

  5. John Coulter (1834 – 1884) labourer at Belfast Harbour. GVWW
  6. Murray Hall (1841 – 1901) from Govan, Glasgow. Businessman, Tammany Hall politician in New York. GVWW EN.WIKIPEDIA

  7. Albert Cashier (1844 – 1915) from Clogherhead, County Louth, fought in US Civil War, then labourer in Illinois. GVWW EN.WIKIPEDIA

  8. Raymond Browne-Lecky (1881 – 1961) Warrenpoint, County Down, aristocratic thespian GVWW

  9. Ewan Forbes (1912 – 1991) Aberdeenshire doctor, Baronet and landowner. GWVV EN.WIKIPEDIA
  10. Jan Morris (1926 - ) Pwllheli, Gwynedd journalist, travel writer and historian. GVWW EN.WIKIPEDIA

  11. Alga Campbell (192? - ) from Dublin, co-founder of the Beaumont Society and the one who suggested the name.
  12. Stephanie Anne Booth (1946 - ) She and her husband own Transformation shops, a chain of hotels in North Wales. Stephanie was leader of Llangollen Chamber of Trade and Tourism. Featured on BBC Wales. GVWW EN.WIKIPEDIA

  13. Jo Clifford (1949 - ) major Scottish playwright. GVVV.
  14. Nicole Dolder (195? - ) Edinburgh software engineer, actor, director GVWW.
  15. Rebecca De Havalland (1958 - ) Dublin celebrity hair dresser, model. AMAZON newsarticle

  16. Lydia Foy (1947 - ) dentist in County Kildair, appealed to Supreme Court. GVWW EN.WIKIPEDIA

  17. Louise Hannon (1961 - ) Dublin business development manager awarded more than €35,000 after employment discrimination. Vice-Chair of Transgender Equality Network Ireland. GVWW

  18. Sarah Stafford (1968 - ) farmer in Donegal. GVWW
  19. Martine Cuypers (1970 - ) Chair of Transgender Equality Network Ireland. Also Classics professor at Trinity College, Dublin. GVWW
  20. Orlaith O'Sullivan (197? - ) Dublin editor, writer, Campaigns and Advocacy Manager for Transgender Equality Network Ireland. GVWW

  21. Panti Bliss (197? - ) from County Mayo, major Dublin drag queen who regularly hosts Dublin Pride and whose January 2014 comments on Irish homophobia went viral. EN.WIKIPEDIA.
  22. Jasmine Goode (1976 - ) burglar from Rhyl, Denbighshire. GVWW

  23. Lauren Harries (1978 - ) from Cardiff, antiques retailer, television personality. GVWW EN.WIKIPEDIA

  24. Broden Giambrone (1982 - ) from Toronto, Chief Executive of Transgender Equality Network Ireland. GVWW

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