Florence N. (Cheney) Barry (1852-?) was born in Woburn, Massachusetts, and was a resident of Lynn, Massachusetts, when she was taught by Mary Baker Eddy in 1875. She married another of Eddy's students, George W. Barry (1851-1884), in 1876. Florence Barry testified for her husband and against Eddy in the 1877 lawsuit he filed against his teacher. Records indicate that Florence was alive at the time of her husband's death in 1884, but no further information has been located on her.