1902 Doris Cluderay Christening Mug, Armley, Yorkshire Leeds

  • £65.00

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Cluderay Genealogy Mug or Baby Cup ID'd

This is a wonderful old Yorkshire Cluderay family genealogy antique English pottery christening mug for a much loved Victorian era baby named Doris Cluderay. She was born, according to the mug June 8, 1902 at Armley, Armley, Yorkshire Leeds. 

Found in Public Genealogy Records:
1939 England and Wales Register
Name Doris Cluderay
Marital Status Single
Birth Date 3 Aug 1901 (likely wrong)
Residence Year 1939
Address 15 Residence Place Leeds, Yorkshire (West Riding), England

Occupation Dress Machinist
Borough Leeds
Inferred Father Joseph F Cluderay
Inferred Mother Mary E Cluderay
Household members

Name Mary E Cluderay Age 73
Name Joseph F Cluderay Age 72
Name Jennie Cluderay Age 40
Name Doris Cluderay Age 38

DORIS was born in 1902. Her father, Joseph, was 35, and her mother, Mary, was 36. She had three brothers and three sisters:
Alice Senior Cluderay 1887–1981
Reginald Cluderay 1889–1945
Sidney Briggs Cluderay 1895–1898
Jennie Cluderay 1898–1978
James Briggs Cluderay 1900–1955
***** Doris Cluderay 1902–2001
Gladys Mary Cluderay 1904–1984

Doris died in November 2001 in Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England, at the age of 99.

Her mother:
Mary Ellen Briggs 1866–1945
BIRTH 8 APR 1866 • Low Moor, Yorkshire, England
DEATH JUL 1945 • Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England
She was the daughter of Thomas Briggs 1783–1840 and Mary Firth 1788–1867.

Her father:
Joseph F Cluderay 1867–1946
BIRTH 7 MAR 1867 • Wortley, Yorkshire, England
DEATH JAN 1946 • Leeds, Yorkshire West Riding, England
He was the son of Richard Cluderay 1841–1895 and Mary Senior Atkinson 1842–1923.

This is a beautiful one-of-a kind rare christening antique and genealogy item. There is a stain inside mug, almost as if it sat a long time with a tea bag in it, possibly. Other than that, bottom rim has some very little roughness, see pics, and a bit of the gold is worn away from touch, overall a really nice piece. It was found in Worcestershire. A great Cluderay surname family piece.

It has a maker's mark on bottom of "Forget Me Not, WLT", see photo.

Size: 3.25 inches in height, bottom tapers to 3 inches in diameter
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