- 27 October 1869
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
- 5 September 1954
Sandringham, Victoria, Australia
- Educator, Local government councillor and Political candidate
- Alternative Names
- Plover, Elizabeth (birth name)
Angela Booth served in local government while she attempted to gain a seat in the Victorian state parliament. She served as councillor for the Warrandyte Riding of the Doncaster and Templestowe shire from 1926-33. In 1927 she unsuccessfully sought Nationalist endorsement for state parliament before standing in 1929 as an Independent Nationalist candidate for the Legislative Assembly seat of Brighton in the Victorian state election.
In 1936 she and her husband James, were founding members of the Eugenics Society of Victoria. She served as its vice president.