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Sturge, Mary Darby [Maida]locked

(1865–1925)
  • Ruth Watts

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Sturge, Mary Darby [Maida] (1865–1925), medical practitioner, was born at Stoney Lane, Yardley, Birmingham, on 16 October 1862, the daughter of Wilson Sturge (1834–1899), corn merchant, and his wife, Sara, née Lloyd (1831/2–1922), a keen Quaker, progressive educationalist, and philanthropist. She was the eldest of ten children in a leading Quaker family in ...

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University of Birmingham
Library of Birmingham, Birmingham City Archives
Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine, London