Mary Selina Dawe (1844 - 1924)

Born: 1844 (Mar 24) Ashburton, Devon
Died: 1924 (Jul 7) Liverpool, Lancs

Family Relationships

Parents:
Thomas Dawe (1815 - 1875)
Elizabeth Triggs (1815 - 1894)

Marriages:
1864 (Aug 11) Devonport, Devon
  to George Ashiel Bright (1832 - 1920)
1871 (Nov 26) Liverpool, Lancs
  to George Ashiel Bright (1832 - 1920)

Siblings:
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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: Bright

Known History

Living at 54 Cornwall St, Devonport at 1851 census
Living at 61 Cornwall St, Devonport at 1861 census

First marriage in Devonport Register Office, Devon
  (then a tailoress living at 52 Cornwall Street)
Living at 46 Cornwall St, Devonport in 1869

Then moved from Devonport to Liverpool
  (living at 14 Darwen St, Vauxhall in 1870/71)
Second marriage at St Nicholas, Liverpool, Lancs

Living in Steele Street, Liverpool at 1881 census
Living in Leyden St, Kirkdale at 1891/1901 census

Living at 78 Rockingham St, Kirkdale at 1911 census
Later lived at 84 Tillard Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool
Died at 147 Mill Road, Everton, Liverpool

Surname was spelt Daw in some records

Children

Elizabeth Maud Mary (Bright):
  - born 1865 (3rd Qtr) Devonport, Devon
  - died 1868 (1st Qtr) Devonport, Devon

George Thomas born 1870 (Oct 27) Liverpool
(name registered as George Thomas Bright)
  - buried 1873 (Nov 12) Liverpool, Lancs

Richard Henry born 1883 (Sep 20) Liverpool
  - baptised 1883 (Dec 10) St Peter, Liverpool
  - died 1885 (3rd Qtr) Liverpool, Lancs

James born 1885 (3rd Qtr) Liverpool, Lancs
  - living in Leyden St, Kirkdale at 1891/1901 census
  - living at 78 Rockingham St, Kirkdale in 1911
    (then a labourer in paint manufacturing)
  - died 1917 (Aug 7) Estaires, north-east France
    (a private in the King's Liverpool Regiment)