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Joseph Thomas (1812-1892)

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Joseph Thomas (1812-1892)

Worked on the construction of the Looe and Moorswater Railway and on the foundations of Looe Harbour and Quay.

1851 Living in Crumplehorn Hamlet, Lansallos, Cornwall: Joseph Thomas (age 38 born Liskeard), Excavator. With his wife Hariett Thomas (age 36 born Truro) and their five children; Joseph Thomas (age 13 born Roche); Edwin Thomas (age 10 born St. Kew); Ann Thomas (age 8 born Liskeard); Nicholas Thomas (age 6 born Liskeard); and Emma Thomas (age 2 born Liskeard).[1]

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  1. 1851 Census