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Hay, Mary Cecillocked

(1840/41–1886)
  • Katherine Mullin

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Hay, Mary Cecil (1840/41–1886), novelist, born at Market Square, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, was the daughter of Thomas William Hay, watch- and clockmaker, of Market Square, Shrewsbury, and his wife, Cecilia. After her father's death she moved, with her mother and two sisters, to Chiswick, Middlesex...

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