Cluderay, Mary Sr SND BA Dip Theo (1930-)

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Cluderay, Mary Sr SND BA Dip Theo (1930-)

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1930-

History

1996: writing to Bishop Smith

Sister Mary was born in Leeds in 1930, the seventh child in a family of eight. The other children were all boys! She was a pupil in Notre Dame High School, Leeds from 1944-1948. She entered the Congregation on September 24th 1948 and made her First Vows in April 1951. In September she became a two-year Student in Our Lady’s College Mount Pleasant Liverpool and continued her studies for an additional three years in Liverpool University where she gained a B.A honours in General Studies. Her subjects were English, French, History and Latin. Subsequently she taught as an assistant Teacher in Notre Dame Schools in Northampton, Worth and Battersea. She became Head Teacher of Notre Dame High School, Norwich in 1968 and she retired in 1995. For a period of 6 years she worked with the National Health Department for Mental Health in Norwich. She then served as the Moderator in the Parbold Community.

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Leeds, Liverpool, Norwich, Northampton, Worth, Battersea

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Notre Dame High School (1968-1996?)

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Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur (SNDeN)

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