Jocelyn Mary Marshall
MARSHALL, Jocelyn Mary (née Crabtree). b. Morrinsville, Waikato, New Zealand, 15 September 1931. She was educated at Hamilton West School, Epsom Girls’ Grammar School, and the Auckland and Christchurch Teachers’ Colleges, graduating in 1951. She worked initially as a Speech Therapist in Auckland schools. Brought up first in the Presbyterian and then the Methodist Church she was involved in the Auckland Methodist Youth Council, the Student Christian Movement and occasional radio broadcasting. In 1954 she married Fred Marshall (later Professor of French) after which she spent four years in Paris, studying at the Institute of Phonetics while teaching children at the British Embassy and giving...
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