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William Charles Stephens

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William Charles Stephens (c1863-1947) of R. Stephens and Son

1871 Living at Pendarves Street, Camborne: Richard Stephens (age 36 born St. Austle, Cornwall), engine Fitter. with his wife Jane Stephens (age 33 born St. Austle, Cornwall) and their three children; William C. Stephens (age 8 born St. agnes, Cornwall); Jannie Stephens (age 7 born Camborne); and Dennis Stephens (age 7 Months born Tuckingmill).[1]

1947 September 19th. Died.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. Cornishman - Thursday 18 December 1947