No, I don't. Firstly, many men didn't have the vote either. But of course you wouldn't care about that. Secondly, they "urged members to help the country" by harassing men who weren't dead (white feather campaign). But of course you wouldn't care about that either. Thirdly, the suffragettes were a profoundly authoritarian organisation. Both externally (obviously!) but also internally. Unlike the voting reform campaigners, the suffragettes didn't have internal democracy. But most importantly from my point of view, they routinely used violence and tried very hard to commit mass murder to cause terror to gain political power. That was "the campaign" you refer to. Except that, of course, they did. Most notably the first Reform Act, aka The Great Reform Act. You're probably not aware of any voting reform before your murder-hungry "heroes" realised they could abuse the voting reform campaign for their own ends, but it started to really get going almost 100 years before then and the most important success was in 1832.