Mark Wright1

#3711, (11 May 1862 - )
FatherCharles Wright2 (1815 - 1882)
MotherEllen Buckley2 (circa 1821 - 1904)
ChartsDescendants of William Wright & his wife Jane

Children of Mark Wright and Julia Jones

BaptismMark Wright was baptized on 11 May 1862 in St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. His parents were Charles, a laborer, and Ellen Wright of Granby's Buildings.3 
(with Parents) 1871 CensusMark appeared on the 1871 Census of Lambeth, Surrey with his parents. He was 9, a Scholar, and born in Lambeth.1 
(with Parents) 1881 CensusHe appeared on the 1881 Census of Lambeth, Surrey with his parents. Mark was 19, a Coach Painter, and born in Lambeth.2 
MarriageHe married Julia Jones on 28 Jan 1883 in St Mary Lambeth.
Information from the parish record: Mark Wright, 21, bachelor, wheelwright, father Charles Wright, dec, labourer;
Julia Jones, 21, spinster, father Robert Jones, stoker;
The residence for both of them was Granby Buildings and they were married after banns. Witnesses were Noah Wright and Mary Wilson.4 
1891 CensusMark and Julia Wright appeared on the 1891 Census of Lambeth, London, at 2 Fountain Street. The family lived in 3 rooms. Mark was 29, worked as a House Painter, and was born in Lambeth. Julia was 29 and born in Bristol. Their children were Mark (7, scholar), Edward (5, scholar), Julia (2) and Jessie (10 months.)5 
1901 CensusMark and Julia Wright appeared on the 1901 Census of Clapham CP, London, at 6 Pensbury Terrace. Mark was 37, worked as a Potter, and was born in Lambeth, London. Julia was 38 and born in Bristol. Their children were Mark (17, solicitors clerk), Edward (15, railway checker), Julia (12), Jessie (10), Elizabeth (7), Elizabeth (7), Ellen (5), and Florence (3.)6 
1911 CensusMark and Julia Wright appeared on the 1911 Census of Clapham, London, at 43 Courland Grove. Mark was 49, born in Lambeth Surrey, and was employed as a coach painter for L C C Company [London County Council?]. Julia was 49 and born in Bristol Gloucestershire. They had been married 28 years and Julia had borne 7 children, all of whom still lived with them: Edward (25, tramway worker), Julia (22, tailoress), Jessie (20, assistant), Elizabeth (17, school), Ellen (15, school), Florence (13, school). Also with them was Julia's widowed mother, Mary Ann Jones. Their home had 8 rooms.7 
(Witness) Marriage Mark Wright, coach painter, witnessed the marriage of Rupert Cran Maconochie and his daughter Elizabeth Wright on 14 Jan 1919 in All Saints South Lambeth, Surrey.8 
Last Edited23 Aug 2013

Citations

  1. 1871 Census for England & Wales, RG10/661 folio 66 (St Mary the Less eclesiastical district). Image viewed at Ancestry.
  2. 1881 Census for England & Wales, RG11/592 folio 49. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  3. Baptisms of St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Mark Wright, 1862.
  4. Marriages of the parish of St Mary Lambeth. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Mark Wright & Julia Jones, 1883.
  5. 1891 Census for England & Wales, RG12/402 folio 54. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  6. 1901 Census for England & Wales, RG13/462 folio 121. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  7. 1911 Census for England & Wales, RD 26 SD 4 ED 14 Schedule 182. Image viewed at Ancestry.
  8. Marriages of All Saints in the parish of Lambeth,. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Ruper Cran Maconochie & Elizabeth Wright, 1919, #398.
  9. Baptisms of St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Mark Wright, 1884, #1241.
  10. Baptisms of All Saints in the parish of Lambeth,. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Edward Wright, 1888, #1032.
  11. Baptisms of All Saints in the parish of Lambeth,. Register at London Metropolitan Archives. Image viewed at Ancestry. Julia Annie Wright, 1888, #1033.