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Jun 05, 1906


Margaret Rawlings (5 June 1906 – 19 May 1996) was a distinguished English stage actress, born in Osaka, Japan, daughter of the Rev George William Rawlings and his wife Lilian (Boddington). She died two weeks three days before her 90th birthday. She was educated at Oxford High School and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. She first married Gabriel Toyne (marriage dissolved) and then Sir Robert Barlow (knighted 1943) who pre-deceased her. Her entries in Who’s Who in the Theatre record her private address as 10 Duke Street, Adelphi, London WC2 (1936), Flat 12, 72 Westbourne Terrace, London W2 (1939), then finally Rocketer Farm, Wendover, Buckinghamshire (from 1947 onwards). She was a co-founder of Equity, serving as a Council member for 30 years and was twice appointed Vice President, in 1973–74 and 1975–76. While still at Oxford Margaret Rawlings appeared at the Little Theatre with John Masefield's company. She made her professional debut in March 1927 with Charles Macdona's Bernard Shaw Repertory company (The Macdona Players) as Jennifer in The Doctor's Dilemma at Croydon, and subsequently also played in The Philanderer, Arms and the Man, You Never Can Tell and The Dark Lady of the

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