PM itinerant, born on 14 July 1809 at Townsend, Stoke on Trent. She was converted when she went out of curiosity to hear PM preaching. At first very reluctant to preach, in 1835 she became an itinerant. While in the Longton Circuit she broke a bone in her foot, which forced her to give up itinerating, but she continued as a hired local preacher until her voice failed. She located at Longton, as a local preacher and class leader. In 1847 William Belcher left her a house there as a token of respect. She died on 6 November 1860.