Person record: DUFF, Commissioner Mildred  (1860-1932)

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameCommissioner Mildred Blanche DUFF
Relevance of this personSalvation Army officer and editor of books used with slide sets 
Main period of activityN/A
date unknown officerSalvation Army
26 January 1860born atLondon, England
1901-1911resident10 Gunton Road, Clapton, London N, England
31 March 190141census record1901 Census of England and Wales, RG13/210.85.43
2 April 191151census record1911 Census of England and Wales, RG14/1037
– occupation “Salvation Army Officer”
8 December 193272died atSmallburgh, Norfolk, England
Texts linked to this personBooks (4)

‘Noel Hope’ (ed. Mildred Duff), Crotchets and quavers: or, the making of the Brixwell Young People's Band (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1921)

‘Noel Hope’ (ed. Mildred Duff), The Lawson girls: or, tinder and flint (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1921)

‘Noel Hope’, Martha Chippendale and Mildred Duff, 'Mart,' the mill girl: the life story of Brigadier Martha Chippendale (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1926)

‘Noel Hope’ (ed. Mildred Duff), Nomquba: a Zulu maid (London: Salvationist Publishing & Supplies, 1923)

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