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Amy CONGRAM (1863?-1908?)
|Father:||Edward CONGRAM (1838?-1880?)|
|Mother:||Ann Watts STANBURY (1839?-1914?)|
Individual Events and Attributes
|Baptism||4 Dec 1870 (age 6-7)||Holy Trinity, Barnstaple|
|Death||Jun 1908 (app) (age 44-45)||Barnstaple|
1871 Census Shows Abram Stanbury aged 62 a Baker born London being at Trinity Street, Barnstaple along with his children Maria aged 30 a Boot Fitter and married, Frederick aged 20 a Blacksmith and unmarried borth born Bideford and Levinia aged 14 a scolar born Barnstaple. Also there are daughter Ann Congram aged 32 and married born Barnstaple, grand-daughters Annie aged 10 a scholar born Barnstaple, Amy aged 8 a scholar born Barnstaple and Grandson William aged 4 born Barnstaple.
1881 census shows living with mother Ann at Trinity Street, Barnstaple along with brother William, she is aged 18 unmarried of no occupation but identified as an Imbicile born in Barnstaple.
1891 census shows being at 13 Saltern Street, Barnstaple, the home of Brother in Law William Ninnis and Sister Annie Ninnis (nee Congram) and their children Millicent, Clylee, Mervyn and Lillian. Amy is aged 28 born Barnstaple
1901 census shows being at sister and brother in laws William and Annie E Ninnis 9 Salem Street, Barnstaple, also there are their children Millicent, Clylee, Mervyn, Lillian, Claude, Ine, Kathleen and Audrey. Also present are Amy's mother Ann Congram and Aunts of William's Maria and Lena Stanbury. Amy is aged 38 single born Barnstaple
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