|Died||2 January 1979(aged 76)|
|Education||St Paul's Girls' School|
|Alma mater||Girton College, Cambridge (Sc.D., 1934)|
|Spouse(s)||John Philip Harding (m. 1937)|
|Awards||Linnean Medal (1963)|
Frink Medal (1977)
|Institutions||Girton College, Cambridge|
Sidnie Milana Manton was born in Kensington, London the daughter of a descendant of French aristocracy and a dentist. Her sister was the botanist Professor Irene Manton FRS. She was educated at the Froebel Demonstration School and at St. Paul's Girls' School before joining Girton College, Cambridge in 1921.
Manton married John Philip Harding in 1937. They had one son and one daughter.
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