Annie Carnegie Brown (1891‒1981) was one of the first policewomen. Annie Carnegie Brown was born on 12 July and baptized on 7 August 1891, in Kingston-upon-Hull, in the East Riding of Yorkshire, where her father was vicar of St John’s Church. In 1894, her family moved to London, where her father became vicar of St Paul’s Church, Brixton. In 1901, when the family home was 4 Ferndale Road, Lambeth, she had two younger siblings, Jessie Carnegie and Alexander Carnegie.
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