My research revealed an untold story of a young working class Kent maid, Ethel Violet Baldock, who was involved in the suffrage movement. Having met Ethel's descendants, I feel honoured and privileged to have told her story and her involvement in the 1912 WSPU window-smashing militant action in London. Ethel is a Kent representative of all those who campaigned for women's suffrage. Her personal struggles and sacrifices contributed to votes for all men and some women being possible in 1918 and all women regardless of age or property qualifications in 1928. Her story belongs to us all, hence "Our Ethel".