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Mary Maria Harris. 26th June 1883. Finsbury/Holborn, London.

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Mary Maria Harris is the daughter of Josiah Rees Harris(c1851.London).

Josiah Harris marries Mary Emma Toner in 1872.Bloomsbury, London.

Mother, Mary Emma Harris dies 1893. Holborn.

Josiah Rees Harris is a Silver clock case maker & Watchcase jobber, and Silversmith, according to marriage and the 1881 & 1901(Widowed) & 1911 census returns.

Frederick Harris c1890. Hackney, is an apparent brother to Mary Maria Harris.

Can she/they be found in the 1891 census firstly.

Thanks again folks.

Steve.:)
 
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