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George and Mary Sumner
|LC Classifications||BX5199.S9 C6|
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|Pagination||, 204 p., 4 plates.|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||66002394|
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Early life. Mary Sumner was born Mary Elizabeth Heywood in Swinton near Salford, Lancashire, the third of four father Thomas Heywood was a banker and keen antiquarian; and her mother was a woman of personal piety.
The family moved to Colwall near Ledbury, Herefordshire, inwhere Sumner's mother held mothers' meetings.A year after their arrival in Herefordshire, Sumner.
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Canterbury Dr Randall Davidson in his foreword to Mary Sumner: Her Life and Work. Published in as a combined edition with A Short History of The Mothers’ Union shortly after Mary Sumner’s death, the book served as a eulogy and memorial to the woman who, for over forty years, had personified the organisation that she founded.
Who was Mary Sumner and what are her Winchester connections. Born in near Manchester, Mary Heywood moved to Hertfordshire with her family in While in Rome concluding her education she met George Sumner, youngest son of the then Bishop of Winchester.
They fell in love and were married18 months after his ordination. Mary was educated at home. She learnt to speak three foreign languages, and to sing well. Whilst she was finishing her musical education in Rome she met a young man, George Sumner, the youngest son of Charles Richard Sumner, the Bishop of Winchester.
George’s father, like Mary’s, was an historian, being the historiographer to King George IV. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs.
Full text of "Mary Sumner, her life and work". Here lyes the body of Deacon George Sumner, aged 81 years, died ye 11th day of December, Children of George and Mary. Mary Sumner b. 11 Feb, married Joseph Swimnerton; George Sumner b. 9 Feb. married Ann Tucker.
Samuel b. 19 Oct. William b. 7 April Ebenezer b. 9 Dec. Edward Sumner b. 29 Aug. married. Personal life and family. Sumner was born in at Old Alresford, Hampshire, the son of Reverend George Henry Sumner, an Anglican clergyman, and Mary Elizabeth Sumner (née Heywood), also prominent in the Church of England and well known as the founder of the Mothers' Union.
After attending Eton, Sumner studied at Christ Church, Oxford, and in. George and Mary Sumner: their life and times. [Joyce Coombs] Home.
WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. Mary Sumner (31 December —11 August ) was the founder of the Mothers' Union, a worldwide Anglican women's organisation.
She is commemorated in a number of provinces of the Anglican Communion on 9 August (see below). Early life. Mary Sumner was born Mary Elizabeth Heywood in Swinton near Salford, Lancashire, the third of four father.
Mary Sumner: Mission, Education and Motherhood: Thinking a Life with Bourdieu By Sue Anderson-Faithful. A biographical study of the Victorian educator Mary Sumner, locating her religious and social activism in the context of class, gender and empire.
Mary Sumner, Founder of the Mothers' Union 9 August -- Lesser Festival -- of any Saint -- White Mary Elizabeth Sumner (née Heywood) was born in at Swinton. Inshe married a young curate, George Henry Sumner, nephew of Archbishop Sumner, who was himself to become Bishop of Guildford in Memoir of George Henry Sumner, D.D.: bishop of Guilford by George Sumner (Book) Mary Sumner: her life and work.
Part I, memoir of Mrs Sumner, by Mary Porter; II, a short history of the Mothers' Union, by Mary Woodward by Mary Bidder Porter (Book) Mary Sumner by Violet B Lancaster (Book). George and Mary Sumner, Their Life and Times by Joyce Coombs.
Sumner Press, Hardcover. Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.
Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Book Details; Description. The founder and president of the Mothers' Union, one of the first and largest women's organisations, Mary Sumner () was an influential educator and a force to be reckoned with in the Church of England of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Episcopal Contacts of George and Mary Sumner Table. Sister Theresa Mary Sumner, R.S.M. - SAVANNAH - Sister Theresa Mary Sumner, R.S.M., was born Rosemary Sumner in Augusta, Ga.
Ap She died at Mercy Convent. Mary, daughter of Edward Baker, married Deacon George Sumner on 7 Nov Mary, was the Wife of Gospel Singer and Songwriter, John "JD" Daniel Sumner. She and JD were married for 52 years, and they had one Daughter, Shirley. Mary, was born in Florida on Februand she passed away in Nashville, Tennessee on Octo at the age of 69 years old.
Mary Sumner: | | ||| | | |Mary Sumner| | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. Mary L. Sumner was born circaat birth place, Massachusetts, to George Sumner and Sarah E.
Sumner. Mary had 3 siblings: Caroline A. Sumner and 2 other siblings. Mary lived inat address, Massachusetts.About Mary Sumner Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via husband George Sumner by SmartCopy: Dec 25UTC Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father Joseph Kirk by SmartCopy: Dec 25UTC.Sister Theresa Mary Sumner, R.S.M., was born Rosemary Sumner in Augusta, Ga.
Ap She died at Mercy Convent in Savannah Ma Rosemary was the youngest child of George and Mary Ellen Sumner. She moved with her family to Tybee Island after her father died during her infancy.