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Hugh Wright (1817-1861)

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Hugh Wright (1817-1861)

1817. Born at Dudley the son of James Wright (1786-1851) and his wife Hannah Maria Timmins (1791-1855)

1851 Living at Harts Hill, Kingswinford, Staffs: Hugh Wright (age 38 born Dudley), Engineer. With his wife Sarah Wright (age 31 born Stourbridge) and their four children; James Wright (age 8 born Dudley); Elizabeth Wright (age 4 born Dudley); Sarah R. Wright (age 5 born Dudley); and Mary J. Wright (age 1 born Dudley). Also his brother Joseph Wright (age 24 born Dudley), Mechanic. One servant. [1]

1861 Living at Wellington Roads, Dudley: Hugh Wright (age 46 born Dudley), Manufacturer of Steam Engines. With his wife Sarah Wright (age 41 born Dudley) and their seven children; James Wright (age 18 born Dudley), Fitter; Elizabeth Wright (age 14 born Dudley); Sarah Hannah Wright (age 13 born Dudley); Mary Jane Wright (age 11 born Kingswinford); Alice Anne Wright (age 8 born Kingswinford); Thomas Wright (age 6 born Kingswinford); and Frederick Joseph Wright (age 3 born Kingswinford). [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census