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Mary Ann (1) Livesey was born to parents George (1) Livesey and his wife Bridget Grimes. Census records indicate that she was born in Salford around 1861.
The 1871 Census finds her at age "11" living in her parents' household at 22, Wood Street in Salford.
The 1881 Census finds her at age "19" still with her parents at 22, Wood Street. She was working as a doubler.
In 1882 she married Henry Bloore [Marriage Index: Manchester 8d 318, 1882 (Dec)]. They married at Manchester Cathedral on December 25th 1882. He is described in the register as a bachelor and nut-and-bolt maker aged 24 residing at 63, Long Millgate and she as a spinster aged 22 residing in Sacred Trinity Parish, Salford. His father, also named Henry, is described as a chandler and hers as a coal dealer. The witnesses were James Bloore and Elizabeth Bloore, whose connections are unknown. Elizabeth Bloore had previously witnessed the marriage in 1880 of Mary Ann (1)'s brother John (5).
The 1891 Census finds her at age "30" living with her husband and daughter at 54, David Street in Broughton and still occupied as a doubler. Also present was her husband's niece Margaret Hughes aged "13".
The 1901 Census finds her at age "40" still living with her husband and daughter at 54, David Street. She was now occupied as a sweet shop keeper and Henry still as a nut-and-bolt maker.
Nothing more is currently known of her.