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Elizabeth BRICKWOOD (1878- )

Elizabeth Mary BRICKWOOD, daughter of Philip George Jago BRICKWOOD (1834-1896) and Maria Catherine EDDEY (1836-1889), was born Q3 1878 in Kingsand, Cornwall. She appeared in the census on 3 April 1881 in Kingsand aged 2.1 The address was: Fore Sreet. On 3 April 1881 she was a Scholar in Kingsand.1 She appeared in the census in 1891 in Kingsand aged 11.2 The address was: Fore Street. She appeared in the census on 31 March 1901 in Kingsand aged 21.3 The address was: Fore Sreet. On 31 March 1901 she was a Housekeeper in Kingsand.3 She was described as Deaf from Childhood on 31 March 1901.3 She appeared in the census on 2 April 1911 in Kingsand aged 31.4 The address was: Little Lane. On 2 April 1911 she was a Housekeeper in Kingsand aged 31.5


1"1881 Census". RG11.
Name,Relation,Condition,Sex,Age,Occupation,Where Born,Infirmity
Philip George Jago Brickwood,Head,Mar,M,47,Naval Pensioner,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Maria Catherine Brickwood,Wife,Mar,F,45,,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Samuel James Eddey Brickwood,Son,Unm,M,11,Scholar,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Sara Jane Brickwood,Daughter,Unm,F,7,Scholar,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Alice Rhoda Brickwood,Daughter,Unm,F,6,Scholar,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Elizabeth Mary Brickwood,Daughter,Unm,F,2,Scholar,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Margaret Rosetta Eddey Brickwood,Daughter,Unm,F,10m,,Kingsand, Cornwall,
National Archives, Kew.
2"1891 Census".
National Archives, Kew.
3"1901 Census". RG13.
Name,Relation,Condition,Sex,Age,Occupation,Employ Status,At Home,Where Born,Infirmity
Samuel James Eddey Brickwood,Head,S,M,31,Bricklayersl Labourer,,,Kingsand, Cornwall,
Elizabeth Mary Brickwood,Sister,S,F,21,Housekeeper,,,Kingsand, Cornwall,Deaf from Childhood
National Archives, Kew.
4"1911 census". Cit. Date: 2 April 1911.
Text From Source: Name Related Cond Age Occupation Birth Place
Samuel James Eddey Brickwood Head Unm 41 General Labourer on Fortifications Kingsand, Cornwall
Elizabeth Mary Brickwood Sis Unm 31 Housekeeper Kingsand, Cornwall
National Archives, Kew.
5Ibid. Cit. Date: 2 April 1911.