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James Pool

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James Pool (c1833- ) of J. and F. Pool

1851 Living at Copper House West, Cornwall: James Pool (age 51 born Crowan), Plumber. With his wife Ura Pool (age 46 born Manaccan) and their three sons; James Pool (age 18 born Crowan), Plumber; Fredrick Pool (age 16 born Crowan); Plumber; and Joseph Pool (age 13 born Crowan), Plumber;. Also a visitor Emanuell Pool (age 58 born Crowan), Copper Mine Agent. One servant.[1]

1901 Listed at 40 Fore Street, Phillack, Hayle: James Pool (age 68 born Crowan), Metal Perforator - Employer. With his wife Anne Pool (age 65 born Crowan) and their three children; Bertha Pool (age 31 born Phillack) James Goldsworthy Pool (age 30 born Phillack), Manager Metal Perforating Factory; Annie Pool (age 27 born Phillack); and Margaret Alice Pool (age 26 born Phillack). One visitor. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1901 Census