- Born: Abt 1838, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married: 16 Jun 1859, Camborne, Cornwall
- Buried: 27 Nov 1922, Camborne, Cornwall
In 1861, Elizabeth Keam (23) of Camborne and husband John Keam (35) of St. Ives, tin & copper miner, were living in 19 West Side of Albert St., Camborne. With them was daughter Mary (6m) of Camborne.
In 1871, Elizabeth Kean (33) of Camborne, married, was working as a domestic servant for Nanny Thomas in Beacon Hill, Camborne. Elizabeth's children were with her mother.
In 1881, Elizabeth Keam (42) of Camborne, married, charwoman, was living in 4 Dolcoath Row, Camborne. With her were daughters (born in Camborne): Effie J. (15), tin streamer, Annie (13), scholar, Bessie (6), scholar, and lodgers Mary A. Vivian (30) of Gwinear, married, Fred W. Vivian (1) of Camborne.
In 1891, Elizabeth Keam (53) of Camborne, widow, paper-hanger, was lodging in Wesley Street, Camborne. With her were daughters Annie (22), mine girl, and Bessie (15), mine girl
In 1901, Elizabeth Keam (62) of Camborne, widow, was living in 69 Carmarthen Street, Camborne. With her were daughter Bessie Keam (22), domestic cook, granddaughter Ida M. Keam (2) of Camborne.
In 1911, Elizabeth Keam (73) of Camborne, widow, work at home, was living in 69 Carnarthen Street, Camborne. With her were daughter Elizabeth Mary Keam (33), work at home, granddaughters Ida May Keam (12), to school, and Gwendoline Keam (8)
Probably the same as Elizabeth Kean of 33 Union St., died aged 85 years (Burial record)
Elizabeth married John KEAM, son of William KEAM and Rosamond HOCKEN, on 16 Jun 1859 in Camborne, Cornwall. (John KEAM was born in 1824 in St. Ewe, Cornwall, christened on 5 Dec 1824 in St. Mewan, Cornwall and died on an unknown date.)
John Keam, 33, of Camborne, bachelor, miner, son of William Keam, miner, and
Elizabeth Bray, 22, of Camborne, spinster, daughter of William Bray, miner
Married by Banns
Witnesses: William Bray, Ellen Harvey