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Elizabeth was born in December 1817 in Halliwell and her christening took place on December 14th, 1817 at St. Mary (Deane).1 2  Elizabeth's father was Ralph Kay and her mother was Ruth Taylor.  Her paternal grandparents were James Kay and Betty Holt. She had three brothers and three sisters, named Samuel, James, John, Sarah, Hannah and Rachel. She had two adopted sisters named Mary and Ruth.  She died due to natural causes or old age, By the visitation of God from Natural Causes, at the age of 74 in April 1892 in Birkenhead.  The funeral was arranged by Charles Thompson.  She was buried on April 13th, 1892 at the Flaybrick Memorial Gardens.3 4 

Elizabeth's first family with John Mather

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‌Elizabeth and John were married in a civil ceremony on September 20th, 1843 in Dukes Alley Chapel (NC) by minister James Fyfe and David Nimms (Registrar)  and witnessed by Samuel Kay (Brother) and Mary Bromiley..6  They had two sons and four daughters, named Samuel, John, Susannah, Margaret, Sarah and Ruth.  There are no more children.

Elizabeth's second family with <unknown>

‌Elizabeth and <unknown> were once in a long term relationship.  They had two daughters named Ruth and Mary.

1 1861 UK Census
2 Manchester CoE Births & Baptisms
3 Burial Records - Flaybrick
4 Individual - Celia Foot
5 1841 UK Census
6 Certificate - Marriage
7 Bolton Directory 1853
8 1871 UK Census
9 1881 UK Census
10 1851 UK Census
11 1891 UK Census
12 Certificate - Birth
13 Burial Records - John Mather 1865
14 Deceased Online
16 National Probate Records
17 FindAGrave
18 England Select Births & Christenings (1538-1975)
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