Eleanor Morris was a councillor for Woolston ward in the 1920s and very active in good causes, particularly maternity and child welfare matters. She was a life governor of both the Royal South Hants and Southampton Hospitals. She died in 1929 and in 1930 a commemorative drinking fountain was erected in her honour on the Archery Ground in Woolston.

Eleanor Morris Drinking Fountain

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Photograph, c.2005

Further reading:
Southampton Memorials of Care for Man and Beast, by A. G. K. Leonard, p65-66. (HS/k)


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