Once upon a time there was a hero named Emmeline Pankhurst. She was an important person that helped gain woman’s right to vote. Just like all fairy tales, there is always a consequence but a solution. Emmeline might not have been like Elsa with magic powers but, she was a magical, important, special person that has helped change the world.
Born into a family of active abolitionists, Emmeline was not the favorite child along with her sister. She was less educated than her brothers. She wen't to her first suffragette meeting that she fell in love with.
Here lies Richard Pankhurst A wonderful husband and father
Just like all fairy tales, love is in the air. When the time was right, Emmeline found love. She married Richard Pankhurst and had 5 children over a decade. Emmeline and her husband made a union together and participated in it. Later on in life, Emmeline made her own union where her daughters participated in.
R.I.P Emmeline Pankhurst A hero of the world
Just like all fairy tales, there is always consequences. One consequence that Emmeline faced was getting arrested by participating in her union. Members of her union assaulted police officers and broke cop cars and she had to pay the price.
This fairly tale had another sad chapter. Emmeline's husband, Richard died July 5 1898 at age 62 in Victoria Park, Manchester, England. That was a sad time in Emmeline's life. Emmeline made it past that time and moved on with her life and her union. There were good times and also bad times but, Emmeline made it through.
Not all fairy tales have happy endings. Well, this one doesn't. Emmeline was a strong person that fought many health battles. Emmeline had many illnesses that she overcame but sadly not all. Emmeline died on June 15, 1928 in the United Kingdom. That's a sad chapter to a story of true hero.