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Furley, Mary


Registration number312
First name(s)Mary

5 Salisbury Street, Hull; Trentside Cottage, Gainsborough; Highlands, 72 Doods Road, Reigate

Date of registration7 March 1890

Certificate, St Bartholomew's Hospital 1883-1886; St Saviour's Infirmary, Dulwich 1887-1888


Deceased [written across name entry column]

Personal details

Date of birth1857
Place of birthHull, Yorkshire
Maiden nameFurley
Married nameBaylis
Family details

Her father, Richard Lee Furley was a Russia Merchant. In 1887 he was 48 years old and his wife Kate was 44. They had 6 children 2 boys and 4 girls.

Additional personal details

On the 1871 census, Mary was living at home in Cottingham. In 1883 she left home and went to train as a nurse at St Bartholemew's. In 1895 she married Frederick Baylis, a Church of England clergyman. They had 2 children, a son, apparently born in 1890 and a daughter born around 1899. By 1909 she is living at Parkham, Alexander Road, Epsom. In 1911 they are living in a boarding house in Folkstone, Kent.

Professional details

Work experience

Hull Private Nurse 1888-1894; District Nurses Association Hull, Superintendant 1894-1896

Professional activities

Member of RBNA


Register of Trained Nurses 1892; Nursing Directory for 1909; RBNA Roll of Members 1909 and Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives 1871, 1881, 1901 and 1911 census Nursing Record

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