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Family of Thomas WRIGHT and Jane HAWKINS

Husband: Thomas WRIGHT (1809- )
Wife: Jane HAWKINS (c. 1841- )
Children: Mary Elizabeth WRIGHT (c. 1879- )
Annie J WRIGHT (c. 1882- )
Marriage 1878 Crediton Registration District, Devon, England

Husband: Thomas WRIGHT

Name: Thomas WRIGHT1
Sex: Male
Father: Roger WRIGHT (1767-1809)
Mother: Elizabeth GLANFIELD (c. 1769-c. 1847)
Birth 1809 Sandford, Devon, England
Baptism 23 Mar 1809 (age 0) Sandford, Devon, England

Wife: Jane HAWKINS

Name: Jane HAWKINS1
Sex: Female
Father: Nicholas HAWKINS (c. 1813- )
Mother: Elizabeth UNKNOWN (c. 1812- )
Birth c. 1841 Crediton , Devon, England

Child 1: Mary Elizabeth WRIGHT

Name: Mary Elizabeth WRIGHT1
Sex: Female
Birth c. Sep 1879 Sandford, Devon, England

Child 2: Annie J WRIGHT

Name: Annie J WRIGHT1
Sex: Female
Birth c. 1882 Sandford, Devon, England

Note on Husband: Thomas WRIGHT

At 1841 censusThomas is a blacksmith at New Buildings, helping and living with his brother, brother's wife and son.

In 1851 census Thomas is Smith without his brother, at New Buildings. His sister Mary (unmarried) is living with him as his housekeeper.

In 1871 he is described as a farmer of 24 acres employing one man, 61 and unmarried, his sister still his housekeeper, at 78. They are still at New Buildings.

In Whites 1878 Directory entry for Sandford Thomas is listed as "farmer, New Buildings"

At 1881still at New Buildings, a 71 year old retired farmer he has married 40 year old Jane,in the June Quarter of 1878 and has a daughter Mary Elizabeth. Sister Mary is still living with him.

In 1891 he is living atChilston, West Buckland, near Wellington, Somerset, a widower, with his mother-in-law - herself a widow, and two daughters

In 1901 Census Thomas, 92 is living in 10 Bovet Street, Wellington, Somerset with daughter Annie aged 19!.


1"Nick Heard". This GEDCOM is predominantly the work of Nick Heard, but it incorporates the collaborated work of many other family historians. You are welcome to use the information herein but please acknowledge the source. Every effort has been made to ensure the data is accurate, but any use you make of it is entirely at your own risk. (c) Nick Heard 2009