Hastings and St Leonards Observer -
Part of the Principal’s annual summing up: …Three sisters, who left the school [Hastings and St. Leonards Ladies' College] some years ago. daughters of the late Doctor Culhane, are all doing important work. Norah Nicholls was appointed publicity manager of Messrs. Methuen and Co., publishers, last August. Kathleen Lathbury was appointed bio-
WOMAN APPOINTED TO CARE FOR 700,000 CIVIL SERVANTS
A woman civil servant has been appointed to a new Treasury post to look after the welfare of more than 700,000 civil servants. She is Miss Rosalind Culhane, a Londoner, who for more than 20 years has worked for the Treasury and is now liaison officer for the civil service. She will deal with all problems relating to non-
In 1966 Rosalind married Thomas Padmore who was appointed CB in 1947, KCB in 1953 and GCB in 1965. He was first married, in 1934 to Alice who died in 1963, and in 1964 to Rosalind Culhane, LYO, OBE, a former colleague of his in the Treasury, who died last in 1995, aged 90.
A Wikipedia article says Kathleen Culhane Lathbury.... had three sisters, Norah (later Nicholls), Rosalind (later Lady Padmore), Christine and two brothers, Robert (who died in his teens), and Michael, who all had equally remarkable lives.