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Edith Ramsay         
BRITISH EDUCATOR AND ACTIVIST
Edith Ramsay, (1895–1983) was an English educator and community activist who served on the Colonial Office Advisory Committee. Ramsay worked to improve conditions for immigrants arriving in Stepney, London in the mid-20th century and was known as "the Florence Nightingale of the Brothels" for her work in London slums.
Edward Pierson Ramsay         
AUSTRALIAN ORNITHOLOGIST
Edward P. Ramsay; E. Pierson Ramsay
Edward Pierson Ramsay FRSEFLS LLD (3 December 1842 – 16 December 1916) was an Australian zoologist who specialised in ornithology.
Thomas Ramsay         
BRITISH POLITICIAN (1877-1956)
TBW Ramsay; T B W Ramsay; T. B. W. Ramsay; T.B.W. Ramsay; Thomas Bridgehill Wilson Ramsay; Ramsay, Thomas
Thomas Bridgehill Wilson Ramsay (2 July 1877 – 20 October 1956) was a Scottish Liberal Party, and National Liberal Party politician and Member of Parliament (MP).