b. 1813 Duffield, Derby.
m. Sarah Wood (b. 26-5-1822) 1847, Belper,
d. 1863, Manchester.
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b. 1860, Manchester, Lancashire.
Baptism (along with sisters Sarah, Mary and Alexandra):10 Jul 1864, All Souls, Ancoats, Lancs.
Abode: 74 Every Street
Baptised by: C. B. Holden Rector
(John, the father, had died October, 1863)
Catherine d. November 1926 at her home:
41, Fairholme Road, Harrow-on-the Hill.
Maidstone Typhoid Outbreak of 1897/98
Catherine "Turnaley" and sister Sarah Gronow Lidyard appear on the list of Maidstone medal recipients for typhoid nursing at:
(this website contains group photos of the nursing staff).
"Turnaley" is a common misspelling of "Tunaley"
The information at the base of this panel shows immigration into Victoria: indicating Catherine originally emigrated to Austrlia 1885, possibly to join Matthew Henry who had gone three years earlier. If that were the case, Catherine quickly returned as her signature, as witness, appears on Alexandra Edith's marriage certificate Birmingham 1888, Catherine subsequently living in Kent according to the 1891 Kent census. It appears Catherine,like her sister Sarah, was then nursing at the Kent Nursing Institution. Indeed Sarah Tunaley's gravestone indicates Catherine and Sarah Gronow trained as nurses at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary before moving further south from their original Manchester home.
Miss C. Tunaley (25), November 1885, IBERIA to Australia.