- 20 December 1851
- 21 December 1933
- Suffrage activist
- Alternative Names
- Fuller, Dorothy Frances (maiden name)
- Montefiore, Dora (also known as)
A founding member of the Womanhood Suffrage League of New South Wales in 1891, Dora Montefiore worked for the women's suffrage cause in both Australia and the United Kingdom. On her return to England she joined the Women's Social and Political Union and was arrested for agitating in the lobby of the House of Commons for votes for women and was imprisoned in October 1906. As a socialist she was a member of the Women's Freedom League and was a delegate to many international and socialist conferences.