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Hays, Marylocked

(1759–1843)
  • Marilyn L. Brooks

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Hays, Mary (1759–1843), writer, was born on 4 May 1759 in Southwark, London, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Hays, rational dissenters living at 5 Gainsford Street, Southwark, and worshipping at Blacksfields Particular Baptist Chapel on the corner of the street. Her father was a mariner in the merchant fleet and died in or before 1774 when his daughter ...

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