|Full name||Mary Isabella Taylor|
|Born||11 July 1912|
Wimbledon, Surrey, England
|Died||22 March 1989 76) (aged|
Monreith, Wigtownshire, Scotland
|Test debut(cap 9)||28 December 1934 v Australia|
|Last Test||13 July 1937 v Australia|
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 25 January 2018
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