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ID:738 Lucy Taylor 1895-?
Gaz's 2nd Great Aunt
Birth    1895 Norton Canes, Staffordshire
Death YOD Place of Death
Mother    Alice Smith (b.1857) /ID:649
In 1895, Lucy Taylor was born at Norton Canes, Staffordshire. We are unsure of who her father was at present.
Her mother was Alice Taylor (nee Smith) whose husband had died in February 1891 when the family lived at Nottingham. She had older half siblings Frederick, born in 1879 , Henry born in 1880,both born in West Ham, Charles born in June 1883 in Walthamstow and John born in 1884 in Edmonton. She also had an older half sister, Emmeline, born in 1884 in Nottingham. Her older half brother George was born in Nottingham in 1892, but by a different father  to her other siblings, who we believe to be Moses M A Kadar Bakhs , a general practitioner originally from the West Indies.
1901 Census for 'Stokes Lane, Norton Canes, Staffordshire'
Relationship Status       Age     Est YOB Gender   Birth County                    Occupation                  
Alice Taylor        Head              Widowed 43       1858        Female  Wanstead, Essex            Charlady
Charles Taylor Son Single 19 1882 Male Walthamstow, Essex Colliery Horse Driver Below Ground
George Taylor Son
9 1892 Male
St Philips, Notts
Lucy Taylor Daughter   6 1895 Female Norton Canes, Staffs
Fanny Cooper Boarder   30 1871 Female Norton Canes, Staffs  
Charles Cooper Boarder   1mth 1901 Male Norton Canes, Staffs  
In 1911, Lucy, 16, worked as a servant a 3, Market Place, Rugeley. She worked for the Buckleys who managed a drapery shop in the market town. Joseph and Emma Buckley lived at the building as well as Claude Buckley, their son who was 11.
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We do not have much more information about Lucy at the moment. 

We know she married and lived in Handsworth and had a daughter and grandaughter . We have a possible marriage to an Arthur Morris in Norton Canes but cannot be certain until we have further information.