A collection of lecture notes from the lectures of James Martineau at Manchester College in the 1840s.
Notebooks of Clara Grundy
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- ReferenceGB 133 UCC/2/11
- Dates of Creation1840-1845
- Physical Description8 items Most of notebooks are in poor condition with covers separated from notebooks.
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Administrative / Biographical History
Clara Grundy was the fourth daughter of Rev. John Grundy. She was an active Unitarian in her father's congregation in Liverpool where she was involved in the supervision of one of the town's Nursing Districts. Later in life, in Bournemouth, she was a member of the General Committee of the local church and belonged to the 'Ladies Society'. She died on 4 January 1885 aged 71.
'The Late Miss Clara E. Grundy', The Christian Life, 10 January 1885, p. 19.
'Miss Clara Grundy', The Inquirer, 10 January 1885, p. 29.