Lucille briefly ran away from home but was persuaded to return by Ena Sharples.
When she returned, the Hewitts planned a party to celebrate Harry and Concepta's first anniversary.
Harry gave way to her pleas and arranged for Lucille to stay at No.5 with Esther Hayes during the days when Harry was at work.
Lucille was permanently returned from the orphanage when her aunt, Alice Burgess agreed to move in with the Hewitts and help keep house.
In January 1959, Lizzie was killed in a road accident and Lucille was left without a mother.
The daughter of bus driver Harry Hewitt and Lizzie Hewitt, Lucille was born in 1949.
As she got older, she tried her hand in a variety of jobs but remained unsure what she wanted to do with her life, especially after Harry was killed in 1967.
She was engaged to be married to Gordon Clegg in 1969 but Gordon jilted her.
Raised in 7 Coronation Street, Lucille was brought up with affection and spoiled by her neighbours.
For many years she was the only child in the Street.
Christopher was later found, having been stolen by Joan Akers.