The 1901 Census, gives a lovely snapshot of Georgina, aged 12 living with her father John and mother Emma Letitia, and her brother John and sister Elise, Princes Quay, Tralee. Georgina's governess was Elizabeth Edith Switzer. Also present was Kate Stack, their domestic servant who was from Barrons, Co. Kerry.
The Revington family were members of the Church of Ireland. John Revington and Emma Letitia White married in the Methodist Centenary Church in Stephen's Green, Dublin on Sept. 7 1886. John's father was Joseph Revington, a Merchant and Emma's father was John White, a Printer.
In 1910 Georgina Revington won the Large Gold Medal for Natural Science at Trinity College Dublin.
By 1911, the family had moved to Clonalour, Tralee and Georgina is recorded as a medical student at Trinity College, Dublin. Ethel Mary Warren of Kilkenny and Charlotte Anna Cheighton of Tyrone are also recorded as Business Apprentices.
In 1915, Dr. Georgina Revington married Guy Singleton Darling of Belfast, an Insurance Agent in St. John's (C of I) Tralee.
Sadly Guy Darling died in February of the following year, aged 29, in Lurgan. His father, Dr. J Singleton Darling was present at his death.
I would love to know if Dr. Revington was Tralee's first woman doctor? If you have further information about her please post in the comments box below.
Methodist Centenary Church archiseek.com/2010/1843-former-methodist-church-st-stephens-green-dublin/
Birth of Georgina Revington 1889
1901 Census www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Kerry/Tralee_Urban/Princes_Quay/1432031/
1911 Census www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Kerry/Tralee_Rural/Cloonalour/281450/
Irish American Weekly August 1913 genealogybank.com
Death of Guy Darling 1916
Death of John Revington 1931
Trinity College Dublin 1910 www.tcd.ie/about/trinity/events/Womens_Centenary/timeline.php