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James Black Penman (b.1833)

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James Black Penman (c1833- )

1871 Living at Cotton Street, Dumfries: James B. Penman (age 38 born Dumfries), Coach builder employing 7 men and 1 boy. With his wife Jane Penman (age 30 born Thornhill, Dumf) and their four children; Andrew C. Penman (age 9 born Galhoner, Kirkcudbrightshire); Mary H. Penman (age 7 born Galhoner, Kirkcudbrightshire); John H. Penman (age 5 born Galhoner, Kirkcudbrightshire); and William H. Penman (age 8 months born Galhoner, Kirkcudbrightshire). One servant.[1]

1901 Living at 25 Cotton Street, Kelton, Dumf: James B. Penman (age 68 born Durrisdeer, Dumf), Coach Builder. With his wife Jane Penman (age 60 born Durrisdeer, Dumf) and their three sons; Maxwell Penman (age 22 born Kelton), carriage Maker; James Penman (age ? born Kelton); and George Penman (age 20 born Kelton), Bicycle Maker. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1901 Census