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Mary Ann Walker
Can anyone help please with the background to Mary Ann WALKER, born appx 1834/35 in Bellingham (according to census returns). I cannot locate her in 1841 , but by 1851 she is in Crossgates, part of Durham City, shown age 17, working as a servant at an Inn. I believe she went on to marry Joseph SMITH in May 1852 in Durham, Mary being shown as a minor, her father William a cordwainer. If my research is correct Mary died March 1884, age 52, and was buried March 7th. at Holmside.
Anything on her birth, details of parents and siblings etc . or any other relevant info. greatly appreciated, thanks.
Brian



Posted Jul 2015   Author's last login: 28/02/2021
Bellingham, Northumberland

 



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