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BAWDEN - Stephen in 1851 Census and 1861 Census

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This Stephen was born/christened 19 May 1791, according to the 1851 census in Kenwyn and according to the 1861 census in Gwennap, Cornwall. Gwennap seems to be the more prevalent reference.

He married on 17 Aug 1809 in Redruth, Elizabeth GILBERT/JELBERT - an old transcriber error. GILBERT website and family groups include both names.

Elizabeth was born/christened 18 June 1791 in Redruth, daughter of Richard and Elizabeth REYNOLDS GILBERT. Richard was born/christened in Illogan, Cornwall, 24 Oct 1763 and Elizabeth REYNOLDS born/christened 26 Dec 1765 in Redruth.

Stephen was a blacksmith and this BAWDEN family had 8 children. Stephen spent his later years, the family became victuallers at the Redruth Inn - no longer exists - on Fore St. in Redruth. A victualler holds the supply and liquor "license", but this family ran the Inn.

After wife Elizabeth died, Stephen went to spend his last years with daughter and son-in-law Elizabeth BAWDEN who was his executrix, and Michael MACCOOEY/MCCOVEY.

Stephen died with dtr Elizabeth and Michael's family in Redruth on 8 June 1861.

Stephen and wife Elizabeth are buried in St. Euny churchyard in Redruth, Cornwall, UK.

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on 2011-11-28 12:24:03

Bawden4 , from Iowa, USA, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2011. is researching the following names: BAWDEN, BEECHER, LIPPINCOTT and 8 other(s).

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by tonkin on 2011-11-28 12:30:15

There was a John BAWDEN died in Eldorado, Victoria, Australia, in 1908, aged 88 years. His parents were named as Stephen BAWDEN and Elizabeth GILBERT.

Ring any bells?

by Bawden4 on 2011-11-28 14:57:43

OMG!!! Yes....thank you. (Jots down info on scrap paper). How did you find this???
I'd love to have a date and whether he was married...obit stuff.
Oops, sorry, get an inch and ask for a foot. Not good.

by tonkin on 2011-11-28 16:31:36

John's marriage details apppear in another comment.

See ... you also got the foot.

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