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Research: Mary Ann Hunter (nee Wright)

Thank You Tony such thorough research!


My 2x great grandmother, Mary Ann Wright was born in Burton Pidsea on 5th November 1879. She was one of 4 children: Timothy (1878-1950), Mary Ann (1879-1966), Thomas (1881-1937) and Charles (1885-1960). Their parents were Thomas and Isabella Wright (nee Thompson).

Mary Ann was baptised on 15th January 1880 in Burton Pidsea, East Yorkshire. I have included her baptism record, that I found online, below.

Zoom_Mary Ann Wright Baptism.PNG

On the 1881 Census, 1 year old Mary Ann was living somewhere between Nancy Row and Elm Tree Farm, which are located on Carr Road in Burton Pidsea. She was living there with her parents, and 2 of her brothers Timothy (3) and Thomas (under 12 months). A 33 year old nurse called Francis Borrel was living with the family too.

The following photograph shows Mary Ann’s father, Thomas Wright, stood on the side of the road in Burton Pidsea. Thomas, sometimes referred to as…

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Written by Jude Cowell

June 7, 2020 at 5:25 pm

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