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James Harvey

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James Harvey (c1820- )

1851 Living at New Street, Harborne, Staffs: James Harvey (age 31 born Poplar, Mddx.), Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth Harvey (age 30 born Newcastle), Glass Smoother, and their five children; James Harvey (age 11 born Poplar, Mddx.), Glass Grinder; Mary Ann Harvey (age 8 born Poplar, Mddx.); William Harvey (age 5 born Smethwick); Jane Harvey (age 3 born Smethwick); and Joseph Harvey (age 1 born Smethwick). Also his mother Elizabeth Harvey (age 67 born Helston, Cornwall).[1]

1871 Living at 129 Stourbridge? Road, Dudley: James Harvey (age 51 born Poplar, Mddx.), Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth Harvey (age 50 born Newcastle) and their six children; James Harvey (age 31 born Mddx.), Engineer; Jane Harvey (age 23 born Smethwick), Puddler; Thomas Harvey (age 18 born Smethwick), Puddler; Richard Harvey (age 16 born Smethwick), Puddler; Charles Harvey (age 14 born Smethwick), Puddler; and John Harvey (age 13 born Smethwick).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1871 Census