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Mary Bingham is a 9-year-old girl that appears in The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury. She is the daughter of Chad and Donna. She is the twin sister of Lydia, and also the sister of Sarah and Ruthie.
Lilly Caul on Mary:
- "Nine-year-old Mary and Lydia are identical cherubs in matching pea-coats and flaxen pigtails."
Nothing is known about Mary's life prior to or as the outbreak began, except that she lived with her parents and three sisters.
While staying in Tent City, Mary and her sisters were often babysat by Lilly. When an unknown car is heard in the distance, Lilly takes Mary and Lydia and brings them into the circus tent to hide with their mother and other sisters. The car is later revealed to be driven by Bob Stookey.
While Lilly is babysitting her and her sisters a few days later, the camp is attacked by a small herd of walkers. The girls are attacked, but manage to escape, even after the circus tent collapses on top of them. She is then brought to the car by Sarah, saving her. After Sarah is killed, walkers begin to close in on the car. To distract them, Lilly bangs on other cars with a shovel, which draws the zombies towards her and away from the children.
It is unknown what happened to Mary or her family after Tent City was destroyed by walkers and engulfed by flames. Lilly's group states that it is very unlikely that anyone survived.