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Hughes, Frances Marian


Registration number457
First name(s)Frances Marian

The Infirmary, Marloes Road, S.W; Arncott House, Oxford

Date of registration7 March 1890

Certificate Nat Met Nurses Ass; Royal Free Hospital 1877-81; Canterbury Nurses Home Lady S 1883-5; Matron St. George's Infirmary 1886-89; Matron Kensington Infirmary 1889-90

Personal details

Date of birth1856
Place of birthShenington, Glos
Maiden nameHughes
Family details

Daughter of Robert Edward Hughes, Rector of Shenington, and his wife, Laura, nee Lloyd

Date of death30th October 1936
Place of deathRestholme, 230 Woodstock Road, Oxford
Additional personal details

Living at The Rectory, Shenington, in 1861 with her parents, two sisters and two brothers; her grandfather, Robert Edward Hughes, had previously been the Rector. Frances's father died in 1869 when she was fourteen; in 1901 at 14 Marlborough Buildings, Bath; in 1911 head of house, of private means, at Arncott House, Oxford, with fifteen year old school-boy nephew John L Hughes Chamberlain and three servants; a comfortable family - her executors were Robert Edward Aylmer Werge Hughes-Chamberlain, retired RAF Major, and Graham Francis Whitworth Carr-Hughes-Chamberlain. Died age 91; Effects 39,868.10s.3d

Professional details

Work experience

Royal Free Hospital and Met and Nat Nursing Assoc (Pro., Nurse and District Nurse) 1877-81; Canterbury Nurses' Home (Lady Supt) 1883-85; St. George's Infirmary 1886-89 (Matron) 1886-89; Kensington Inf. (Matron) 1889-98

Professional activities



Nursing Directory for 1909 and Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives 1861, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 census Free BMD -; Ancestry -; History of the County of Oxford;

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