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Two sisters are close
This is the story of two sisters who were obviously very close. Mary Ann Lambert and her sister Susan were born in the 1840’s in Deal and lived close to each other for many years after that. They shared a lot of things as we shall see.
In 1851 Mary Anne was still at school but Susan was working in domestic service but both were still in Deal. By 1861 they were still together and working as domestic servants in Ramsgate.
They both marry in 1865 and by the 1881 census they were still together living in the same house in Chatham. Later in 1881 they are separated as Susan dies. But the links do not end there.
In 1890 Mary’s husband also dies and in the 1891 census she is recorded as living as man and wife with Susan’s husband, Thomas. Mary Anne and Thomas marry later in 1891.
Unfortunately by 1901 Mary Anne is a widow again. A sad end to an intriguing story.