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Nicholas Holman

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Nicholas Holman (1777-1862) had four sons

1777 Born in Camborne, son of William and Mary Holman[1]

1801 Nicholas Holman went into business (see N. Holman and Sons[2])

1802 Married Ann Harvey in Illogan[3]

Later he brought his 4 sons (Nicholas, William, John, James) into his business.

1841 Nicklos Holman 60, blacksmith, lived in Illogan with Ann Holman 60, Mary Holman 30, Jane Holman 15, James Holman 15[4]

1851 Living at Dudnace, Illogan (age 73 born Camborne), Blacksmith employing 3 men. With wife Ann (age 70 born Illogan) and children John Holman (age 32 born Illogan), Blacksmith; James Holman (age 28 born Illogan), Blacksmith; and Mary Holman (age 39 born Illogan). Also visitor Nicholas Holman (age 48 born Camborne), Ironfounder and Ann Holman (age 46 born Redruth). [5]

1861 Nicholas Holman 83, blacksmith, lived in Illogan with Mary Holman 49, James Holman 34, blacksmith[6]

1862 Died in Illogan[7]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. The Geevor Tin Mine Museum
  3. BMD
  4. 1841 census
  5. 1851 census
  6. 1861 census
  7. BMD