Marie Johnson (1874 - ):
Marie Johnson married Thomas Johnson, who later became leader of the Irish Labour Party. Marie and her husband made the first attempt to organise the Belfast Mill Workers. She was Secretary of the Textile Workers' Union and worked closely with James Connolly until 1912. She was a suffragist. When Winifred Carney stood for election as a Sinn Fein candidate, Marie Johnson campaigned tirelessly on her behalf.