Adele Meyer, Lady Meyer, (1862/3–1930) was an English socialite, social reformer, philanthopist and suffragist.
Born Dorothy Egerton (1565–1639), also known as Dorothy Brereton, Lady of the Manor of Worsley, was a coal owner and benefactor of Ellenbrook Chapel near her home in Worsley, Lancashire.
Industrialist, politician and philanthropist.
English merchant responsible for the creation of Chetham’s Hospital and Chetham’s Library, the oldest public library in the English-speaking world.
Inventor of the safety bicycle and founder of what became known as the Rover car manufacturing company.
John Rylands (7 February 1801 – 11 December 1888) was an English entrepreneur and philanthropist. He was the owner of the largest textile manufacturing concern in the United Kingdom, and Manchester’s first multi-millionaire.
Scottish chemical manufacturer, supporter of religious causes, philanthropist and Liberal politician
British industrialist, philanthropist and Liberal Party politician who, with Ludwig Mond, created the chemical company Brunner Mond.