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Wright - West Derby, Lancashire England


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Mary Wright was born 22 Dec 1858, West Derby, Lancashire; Christened Jan 1959. She is listed on the 1881 census as being 22 years of age, unmarried; parents Elizabeth and John Wright.

I am trying to find out if any brothers/sisters were listed with her in the 1881 census, or the earlier at the Dwelling: Cherry Lane (Elm House), West Derby, Lancashire

She married 18th May 1881 to Thomas Joseph Lloyd and they had 3-4 children before heading to Australia in 1891. Any help appreciated.

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