Annie Arneil, Wilmington: Picketed the White House in 1917, arrested, tried, sentenced, and incarcerated. Participated in NWP Lafayette Square demonstration in 1918, jailed for 15 days. participated in Watchfire demonstrations in 1919, jailed for five days, five times.
Naomi Barrett, Wilmington: Arrested for Watchfires Jan. 13, 1919, sentenced to 5 days in DC jail.
Catherine Boyle, Newcastle: Munitions worker during War. Arrested Jan 1919 for Watchfires and sentenced to 5 days in jail.
Mary Brown, Wilmington: NWP state Press chair. Arrested for Watchfire demonstrations on Jan. 13, 1919 and sentenced to 5 days in DC jail.
Mary Ann Shadd Cary, Wilmington (b.): Moved to Canada after the Fugitive Slave Act of 1851. Spoke at National Woman Suffrage Association convention in 1878 and received a law degree from Howard University at age 60.
Florence Hillies (Hillis), New Castle: Chairman of NWP Delaware branch, member of national executive committee.
Mabel Vernon, Wilmington: Picketed the White House in 1917, arrested, tried, sentenced, and incarcerated.