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James Culverwell

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1836 Born in Durleigh, Somerset, son of Thomas Culverwell 55, farmer, and his wife Sarah[1]

1871 James Culverwell 35, farmer, lived in Penrhos, Monmouthshire with Elizabeth Culverwell 30 and their children[2]

At some point may have been connected with Murch and Culverwell, succeeded by J. Culverwell and Co at Bridgwater Iron Foundry.

1881 James Culverwell 45, iron founder and engineer, lived in Bridgwater with Elizabeth Culverwell 40, Elizabeth Culverwell 19, Richard Culverwell 16, assistant to his father, Alice Culverwell 13, Henry Culverwell 11, Clifford Culverwell 3, Ernest Culverwell 2[3]

1891 James Culverwell 55, Iron founder and engineer, employer, lived in Wembdon, Bridgwater, with Elizabeth Culverwell 50, Richard F Culverwell 26, assistant iron founder, Alice J Culverwell 22, William H Culverwell 20, Clifford J Culverwell 12, Earnest D Culverwell 10[4]

1911 James Culverwell 75, retired engineer, lived in Bridgwater with Elizabeth Culverwell 70 Catherine Bessie Culverwell 45[5]

1911 Died in Bridgwater[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. 1911 census
  6. BMD