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Biography of Florence Lilian Stewart

Florence Lilian Stewart graduated MA from the University in 1936. She was born to Scottish immigrants Jessie and John Stewart in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1911.

At the age of 18 Stewart left Toronto and enrolled at the University of Glasgow in 1930 to undertake a MA in Arts. Taking a variety of subjects ranging from English to Botany, Stewart graduated MA on 14 November 1936, going on to become a teacher. During her time at the University she received prizes in Italian Literature and Language, Scottish History and Literature, English and Moral Philosophy. It was also at the University of Glasgow that she met her future husband, Michael C Daly, (an economist). They were married in 1941 in Charlottesville, Virginia, in Daly's home country of the United States, where Florence worked as a teacher.


Other Online Resources

Archival Materials

  • DC183/11/83 General Council Register 1958
  • R12/11/2490
  • R3/1/9 Register of dates of birth of graduates Vol.XI 1935-1936
  • R4/1/26 Schedules of Graduates 1936
  • R7/3/11 Glasgow University Class Prize Index 1934-37
  • R8/5/51/16 Glasgow University Matriculation slips women S-Y, 1930-31
  • R8/5/55/3 Glasgow University Matriculation slips men D-F, 1934-35
  • Sen10/74 University Calander 1932-33
  • Sen10/75 University Calander 1933-34
  • Sen10/77 University Calander 1935-36


  • Deceased Alumni database


Florence Lilian Stewart
Born 26 December 1911.
GU Degree: MA, 1936; Arts,
University Link: Alumnus, Graduate
Occupation categories: teachers
English snippet: Arts graduate of the University of Glasgow
Record last updated: 12th Mar 2013

Country Associations

Canada Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg
Place of Birth

United States United States, Virginia, Charlottesville

University Connections

University Roles

  • Alumnus
  • Graduate