Rafa Kenton She was married to Lou Kenton (see separate entry), former International Brigader, in 1941. During the 1940s, she was a full-time organiser for the London Young Communist League (YCL). At the London […]
Peter Lenahan Hailing from St Helen’s, Peter Lenahan was a leading shop-steward in the building industry on Merseyside in the 70s and 80s. As a long-term unemployed worker, he was on both the 1981 […]
H. Merrells A leading figure in the British National Minority Movement (NMM) electricians’ section, Merrells attended the 5th Congress of the Red International of Labour Unions (RILU) in Moscow in the 1930s.
Sam Lilley Samuel (always known as Sam outside of academic circles) Lilley was born in Belfast on 25th June 1914. His father, William Edwin Campbell Lilley, who married Lizzie Shaw in September 1913, worked […]
Frank Loeffler Frank Loeffler was born in Oxford in 1920 to a father, George, a chemist who originated in Germany. George took his wife and Frank’s future mother, Elizabeth, to leave England at the […]
Pete Lowman Born on 9th Apr 1943, Pete Lowman was an official of the National Union of Hosiery and Knitwear Workers Union and subsequently NUKF&ATU (the merged union resulting from the link up with […]