Mary Healey was born in around 1828 in Cork Ireland.
She was the second Mary to marry Joseph Gordon.
She (or possibly the first Mary) had the following children with him:
Samuel Gordon, born on the 17th April 1855 at 11 Plough Alley, St George (In the East), Middlesex. Hannah Gordon, born around 1858 at 11 Plough Alley, St George (in the East)
Joseph Gordon married Mary Healey on the 1st December 1860 at the parish church of St Leonard, Shoreditch.
|1860. Marriage solemnized at this parish church in the parish of St Leonard Shoreditch in the County of Middlesex|
|When Married.||Name and Surname.||Age||Condition.||Rank or Profession||Residence at the Time of Marriage||Father's Name and Surname||Rank or Profession of Father|
|1 December 1860||Joseph Gordon||46||Widower||Mariner||16 Union St.||Samuel Gordon||Mariner|
|Mary Healey||31||Spinster||Servant||8 Union St.||Daniel Healey||Labourer|
|Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies by, or after banns by me, R.S.L.Brockman B.A. Curate|
|This marriage was solemnized between us||+ the mark of Joseph Gordon||In the Presence of us||Henry Wilton|
|+ the mark of Mary Healey||Emily Wilton|
On the night of 7th April 1861 Mary was living at 11 Plough Alley, Wapping as the second wife of Joseph Gordon. In the Burroughs of Tower Hamlets, and the parish of Saint George in the East. They had his three children with them, Mary (12), Samuel (6) and Hannah (3). Joseph was still listed as a labourer.
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