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Nicholas Sara

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Nicholas Sara (c1813-1894) Shipbuilder of Penryn, Falmouth, Cornwall.

1881 Living at 10 Bar Terrace, Falmouth: Nicholas Sara (age 68 born Mylor, Cornwall), Engineer and Iron Founder employing 37 men and 16 boys. With his wife Elizabeth Sara (age 64 born Perran) and their two sons Herbert Sara (age 19 born St. Glevias), Chemist and Druggist Apprentice, and Henry Sara (age 19 born Penryn), Engine Model Maker. Two servants.[1]

1894 Died. Registered as a Quaker.

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  1. 1881 Census