George Ashiel Bright (1832 - 1920)

Later known as George Thomas Dawe

Born: 1832 (Feb 22) Wells, Somerset
Died: 1920 (May 25) Liverpool, Lancs

Family Relationships

Parents:
James Bright (1795 - 1875)
Sarah Towers (1804? - 1843)

Marriages:
1864 (Aug 11) Devonport, Devon
  to Mary Selina Dawe (1844 - 1924)
1871 (Nov 26) Liverpool, Lancs
  to Mary Selina Dawe (1844 - 1924)

Siblings:
Elizabeth Bright (1834 - 1914)
Edward Bright (1836? - 1924)
John Bright (1838 - 1900)

Children:
Lucy Ann Dawe (1869 - 1947)
Robert Edward Dawe (1872 - 1954)
George Thomas Dawe (1874 - 1929)
William James Dawe (1878 - 1961)
Mary Selina Dawe (1881 - 1968)
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Additional Information

Other surname: Dawe

Known History (of George Ashiel Bright)

Baptised 1832 (Mar 23) St Cuthbert, Wells

A mariner living in Teignmouth, Devon in 1851?
Later served as a seaman in the Royal Navy
  (on HMS Immortalité from 1860 to 1864)
First marriage in Devonport Register Office
(then living at 52 Cornwall Street, Devonport)

Living at 46 Cornwall St, Devonport in 1869
(when he was described as a merchant seaman)

Living at 14 Darwen St, Liverpool in Nov 1870
(his name recorded as George Thomas Bright)

Known History (of George Thomas Dawe)

Living at 14 Darwen St, Liverpool in Apr 1871
(described as a mariner in 1871 census record)
Second marriage at St Nicholas, Liverpool

Worked as a merchant seaman until the 1880s
(serving on the Cunard ship Scythia in 1877)

Living in Leyden St, Kirkdale at 1891 census
  (described as a fitter's labourer in census)
Living in Leyden St, Kirkdale at 1901 census
  (then described as a timber yard watchman)
Living at 78 Rockingham St, Kirkdale in 1911
  (then described as a boilermaker's labourer)

Died in Walton Hospital, Rice Lane, Liverpool
  (then resident at 84 Tillard Street, Kirkdale)

Surname is spelt Daw or Dawl in some records