- Born: 1828, Carthew, Wendron, Cornwall
- Christened: 26 Oct 1828, Wendron, Cornwall 2
- Married: 9 Feb 1851, Crowan, Cornwall 1
- Died: 1913, Stennack, Camborne, Cornwall 3
In 1881, Mary Vivian (50) of Wendron, widow, was living in Camborne. Present were children: Elizabeth (26), tin mine lab., Thomas (25), tin miner, Joseph (19), granite mason, Mary H. (15), dressmaker, Alfred (14), tin miner, granddaughter Sarah J. Vivian (6) of Camborne.
In 1891, Mary Vivian (61) of Crowan, widow, was living in Carwinnen, Camborne. Present were son Alfred (24), tin miner, granddaughter Sarah J. Vivian (15), tin mine dressing, son Thos. (34), married, tin miner, daughter-in-law Olivia (33) of Crowan.
In 1901, Mary Vivian (72) of Wendron, widow, was living in Stennack, Camborne. With her was granddaughter Sarah J. Vivian (25) of Camborne. [Son Henry and his family were living nearby.]
In 1911, Mary Vivian (83) of Wendron, widow, was living in Stennack, Troon, Camborne. Present was granddaughter Sarah Jane Vivian (35) of Camborne.
Mary Vivian died aged 84 years.
Mary married William VIVIAN of Stennack, son of William VIVIAN and Elizabeth WEBSTER, on 9 Feb 1851 in Crowan, Cornwall 1. (William VIVIAN of Stennack was born about 1826 in Cairn Leggan, Camborne, Cornwall, christened on 21 Jan 1826 in Camborne, Cornwall 4 and was buried on 2 Mar 1879 in Treslothan by Camborne, Cornwall 5.)
William Vivian, full age, of Crowan, bachelor, miner, son of William Vivian, miner, and
Mary Williams, full age, of Crowan, spinster, daughter of William Williams, miner
Married by Banns
Witnesses: M of William Williams, John Goldsworthy