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Jebus Bickle (1853-1941)

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Jebus Bickle (1853-1941), consulting engineer

1853 Born the son of Jebus Bickle

1853 Married at Phillack to Catharine Treneny

1861 Living at the Hayle Foundry, Hayle, Cornwall: Jebus Bickle (age 39 born St. Austell), Engineer. With his wife Catherine Bickle (age 33 born Padstow) and their four children; Henrietta Bickle (age 12 born St. Erth); Catherine Bickle (age 10 born St. Erth); Jebus Bickle (age 8 born St. Erth); and Thomas E. Bickle (age 3 born St. Erth).[1]

1911 Living at Beacon Hill, Treon Rd, Camborne: Jebus Bickle (age 58 born Hayle), Consulting Engineer. With his wife Catherine Bickle (age 58 born Hayle) and their daughter Catherine Dorothy Bickle (age 21 born Hayle). Also his sister-in-law Grace Hodge Trenery (age 65 born Hayle), Single.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1911 census