Riley, Mrs. Annie

Mrs. Annie Riley, nee Taylor: She was the wife of Eddie Riley. Her parents were Timothy, a mechanic fitter, and Hanna (nee Naylor; born about 1846 at Almondbury) Taylor, who had married 31 December 1865 at Bradford. She had been born 26 April 1885 in Shelf, Yorkshire, and in 1901 she lived with her parents and sisters Ellen Ann, 27, Jane, 25, and Mary Ethel, 23, in Anne Street in Bradford, Yorkshire. She was a worsted piece mender at the time. In 1891, she had other siblings as well, Charles H., 22, Arthur, 7, Abram, 3, and Fred, 1. She married Eddie Riley 30 April 1909 at Lawrence, Massachusetts. In 1910, they lived at Water Street in Fitchburg, Mass. They had two children; twins Sutcliffe and Ethel, who were born in 1911 in England. All four survived the sinking of the Lusitania.

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