Individual Record - Mucknell Abbey
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Register Details

First Names
Dorothy
Last Name
(de) Fermain Ward
Name in Religion
Theodora (of the Word)
Date of Birth
05/06/1893
Postulant
14/05/1945
Novice
21/01/1946
Professed
17/05/1948
Solemnly Professed
14/06/1952
Left
Reason for leaving

Further Information

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Place of Birth
Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Parents
William Riley Foster (alias John Fermain Ward) and Lucy Belote (alias Louise Ward)
Father's Occupation
Lawyer
Religious background
Methodist Episcopal/Episcopal
Confirmation
1910 (Savannah, Georgia)
Education
Miss Vickery's School, Rome (c.1902-7); Ecole Vinet, Lausanne (1907-9); Pape School, Savannah, Georgia (1909-11); boarding school, Oldfields, nr. Baltimore (1911-2); Baldwin School, Bryn Mawr (1912-13; diploma); Bryn Mawr College (1913-5; left before graduating).
Occupation
Independent means. Red Cross (1915-7); British & Canadian Recruiting MIssion in New York (Sept 1917-8); farm work in Connecticut (Oct-Dec 1918); Reconstruction work among officers & men convalescing, London (1919); Assistant to the Librarian of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (Sept 1919-May 1920); ran guest-house and sold garden produce, Guilsborough, Northants (c.Apr 1921-Aug 1925).
Membership of other communities
Death
29/03/1968
Place of Death
Burford, Oxfordshire