Ursula M. Bright
Mrs. Besant described her in this way:
One of the great fighters of her generation, a gallant soldier in all noble causes; joining the Theosophical Society in the last decade of the nineteenth century, she was one of its strongest supporters, nor wanting in perfect loyalty. To her generosity we owed the making of the Benares centre, and since Avenue Road was given up, my English home was with her.
- "Annie Besant, quoted in "Bright, Mrs. Ursula Mellor" The Theosophical Year Book, 1938 (Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1938), 170.