Jane Holloway née Driver (1 November 1814 – 26 September 1875) was the inspiration for founding a women's college at Royal Holloway. Following her death, both Holloway Sanatorium and Royal Holloway were founded in her memory by her husband, Thomas Holloway.

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  • Jane Holloway née Driver (1 November 1814 – 26 September 1875) was the inspiration for founding a women's college at Royal Holloway. Following her death, both Holloway Sanatorium and Royal Holloway were founded in her memory by her husband, Thomas Holloway. (en)
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  • Jane Holloway née Driver (1 November 1814 – 26 September 1875) was the inspiration for founding a women's college at Royal Holloway. Following her death, both Holloway Sanatorium and Royal Holloway were founded in her memory by her husband, Thomas Holloway. (en)
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  • Jane Holloway (en)
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