St Just census 1871

 

 

 

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1871 Census

The widowed Elizabeth has now moved back with her sister and has assumed the role of Head of the household. John and Jane are running the Star and their youngest son is living with his two aunts – Elizabeth and Martha.

Elizabeth Hill

Head

61

Retired Inn Keeper

Redruth Cornwall

Martha Trenear

Sister

53

 

St Mewan Cornwall

William Harvey

Nephew

9

 

St Just Cornwall

Peggy V Hosking

Servnt

20

General Servant

St Just Cornwall

Table 11 from the 1871 Census

Sometime during the last ten years Amelia married and had two children. Her mother is still living with her.

Amelia Harvey

Head

31

 

Mary A Harvey

Dau

9

Scholar

John Harvey

Son

3

 

George H Harvey

Boardr

21

Miner

Mary Harvey

Boardr

70

 

Table 12 from the 1871 Census

John and Jane are now running The Star

25

Fore Street

1

John Harvey

Head

35

Innkeeper

 

 

 

Jane Harvey

Wife

40

 

 Great GFather

 

 

Asket T Harvey

Son

13

Scholar

Table 13 from the 1871 Census

Their daughter Elizabeth-Jane – apparently known as Jane – was staying with The Atticte family who lived in Bethney Place, St Just. They had a five year old daughter and presumably she and Jane were friends.

John died in 1876 aged 40. Jane re-married 2 years later to a farmer called John Rowe.

Forward to 1881

- The Trenear-Harveys of St Just-in-Penwith -