PM itinerant, born at Newbold, Leics, on 5 January 1810. Converted at the Annual Love-feast and Watch Meeting at Griffydam WM chapel, she joined the PMs, becoming a hired local preacher in 1835 and itinerant in 1836. Despite being extremely popular and in great demand, she resigned in 1847 because of the strain of itinerancy and a 'call' to take special services and anniversaries throughout the Connexion. Although based in Leicester, she travelled extensively for 25 years. The 1866 Conference granted her an annuity of £20. She died on 19 July 1876.