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James TREASURE (12) born 23 Jun 1829 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England

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James TREASURE was born on the 23rd June 1829 at Stoke Lane to parents Levi & Elizabeth TREASURE.

He was baptised on the 6th September 1829 at St Michaels Parish Church, Stoke Lane.

On the 6th June 1841 he is living at Phelps Hill with his parents and youngest sister, Eliza.

On the 31st December 1850 he was tried and convicted of larceny and imprisoned for 5 months.

On the 30th March 1851 he is a prisoner at Cornhill Gaol, Shepton Mallet. He is an unmarried Labourer.

On the 23rd May 1852 he married Caroline EMBLIN at St Michael's Parish Church, Stoke Lane. Witnessed by Abraham STOCK & Anne FRANCIS.

On the 19th March 1854 he and Caroline baptised their first daughter, Louisa Ann TREASURE at Stoke Lane.

On the 21st March 1854 he was tried and convicted of larceny and imprisoned for 12 months.

On the 6th April 1856 he and Caroline baptised their first son, Edmund John (aka John) at Stoke Lane.

On the 13th January 1858 he and Caroline baptised their second son, Henry George (aka George) at Stoke Lane.

On the 18th December 1859 he and Caroline baptised their third son, Henry James (aka Henry) at Stoke Lane.

On the 7th April 1861 he is living at Mendip with his family, Caroline, Louisa, John, George & Henry. He is a married Coal Haulier.

On the 25th December 1862 he and Caroline baptised their fourth son, Levi at Stoke Lane.

On the 3rd July 1864 he and Caroline baptised their second daughter, Caroline at Stoke Lane.

On the 23rd January 1865 he was convicted of stealing hay from Mr James Steeds and spent 6 weeks at the House of Correction in Shepton Mallet.

On the 2nd April 1871 he is living at East End with his family, wife Caroline, Louisa, John, George, Henry and Caroline. He is a married Labourer.

On the 3rd April 1881 he is living at East End Cottages with his family, wife Caroline, John, Henry, Levi and Caroline.
He is a married Coal Haulier.

On the 5th April 1891 he is living at East End with his family, wife Caroline, John & George.

On the 20th April 1891 he was fined for leaving a cart in the highway at night. PC Hector blundered against it.

On the 31st March 1901 he is living In Village with son John and grandson Herbert (Caroline's son). He is a widower and living on his own means.

He died on 17th September 1910 at the Union Workhouse, Shepton Mallet.

Surnames: EMBLIN TREASURE
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