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Charles Steevens

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Charles James Steevens

c1836 at Basingstoke

1861 Living at Cross Street, Basingstoke (age 25 born Basingstoke), Manager of Implement Works. With his widowed mother Sarah H. Steevens (age 52 born Martock, Somerset), a fundholder. Also his sister Elizabeth (age 14) and his aunt Elizabeth H. Gregory (age 50), a school mistress and unmarried. One servant [1]

1871 Living at Cross Street, Basingstoke (age 35 born Basingstoke), Iron Founder, Engineer and Agricultural Implement Maker. Master (?) Partner in firm employing 80 hands. With mother and sister. One servant. [2]

1881 Living at West End Villas, Winchester Road, Basingstoke (age 45 born Basingstoke), Engineer and Agricultural Implement Maker, Partner in firm Wallis and Steevens. Single. [3]

1891 Living at Sherbourne Road, Basingstoke (age 55 born Basingstoke), Retired Agricultural Implement Maker. Single. Three servants. [4]

1901 Living at Basingstoke (age 65 born Basingstoke) [5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1881 Census
  4. 1891 Census
  5. 1901 Census