Mary Louisa Saggers, 18711942 (aged 70 years)

Name
Mary Louisa /Saggers/
Given names
Mary Louisa
Surname
Saggers
Type
birth name
Name
Mary Louisa /Bird/
Given names
Mary Louisa
Surname
Bird
Type
married name
Birth December 2, 1871
Birth of a sisterAgnes Saggers
between January 1881 and March 1881 (aged 9 years)
MarriageWilliam James BirdView this family
April 6, 1896 (aged 24 years)
Census March 31, 1901 (aged 29 years)
Address: Meadgate
Associate: William James Bird (aged 30 years) — husband
Associate: Emily Louisa Bird (aged 5 years) — daughter
Associate: William James Bird (aged 2 months) — son
Associate: Frederick Joseph Bird (aged 2 months) — son
Associate: Agnes Saggers (aged 20 years) — younger sister
CensusWilliam James Bird
March 31, 1901 (aged 29 years)
CensusFrederick Joseph Bird
March 31, 1901 (aged 29 years)
CensusAgnes Saggers
March 31, 1901 (aged 29 years)
CensusWilliam James Bird
March 31, 1901 (aged 29 years)
CensusEmily Louisa Bird
March 31, 1901 (aged 29 years)
Marriage of a childWilliam James BirdJulianne Christina ParsonsView this family
November 1, 1925 (aged 53 years)
Death of a father

Death of a mother

Death September 19, 1942 (aged 70 years)
Last change July 19, 201822:09:03

Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage
herself
18711942
Birth: December 2, 1871England
Death: September 19, 1942England
10 years
younger sister
1881
Birth: between January 1881 and March 1881England
Death:
Family with William James Bird
husband
18701948
Birth: April 27, 1870 40 32England
Death: November 23, 1948England
herself
18711942
Birth: December 2, 1871England
Death: September 19, 1942England
Marriage MarriageApril 6, 1896South Weald, Essex, England
-1 months
daughter
18961965
Birth: February 4, 1896 25 24England
Death: November 19, 1965England
5 years
son
19011985
Birth: January 6, 1901 30 29England
Death: August 27, 1985England
son
19011977
Birth: January 6, 1901 30 29England
Death: September 1, 1977England
10 years
son
19101986
Birth: December 19, 1910 40 39England
Death: February 7, 1986England