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Frances Margaret Taylor
Standard Name: Taylor, Frances Margaret
Used Form: Magdalen Taylor
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Together with her husband, GF joined the Third Order of St Francis in April 1857, during a visit to Rome. She was also involved in a number of other charitable religious organisations, including the...
The novel was serialised in the United States by The Catholic World from April 1865. It first appeared in three volumes by 16 September the same year. According to scholar Kathleen Grant Jaeger , this...
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CFC takes her examples of great works done by women from three books published only the previous year: The Communion of Labour by Anna Jameson , Eastern Hospitals and English Nurses by Frances Margaret Taylor
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MAD published a biography, Mother Magdalen Taylor: Foundress of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God, about Frances Margaret Taylor , nurse, writer, and founder of the Congregation of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God
By mid-April 1856
Frances Margaret Taylor published as a Lady VolunteerEastern Hospitals and English Nurses: the Narrative of Twelve Months' Experience in the Hospitals of Koulali and Scutari.
Frances Margaret Taylor (as the Authoress of Eastern Hospitals and English Nurses) published her historicalnovelTyborne, and 'who went thither in the days of Queen Elizabeth'.
24 October 1868
With the support of Lady Georgiana Fullerton , novelist and journalist Frances Margaret Taylor established, in rented rooms off Fleet Street, London, the religious community that would become the Congregation of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God
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