William LUKE
Elizabeth CHINN
James LUKE


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1. Jane Elizabeth BLEWETT

2. Hannah SAMPSON

James LUKE

  • Born: 1833, Phillack, Cornwall
  • Christened: 14 Jul 1833, Phillack, Cornwall
  • Married (1): 29 May 1853, Phillack, Cornwall
  • Married (2): 10 May 1868, Truro St. George, Cornwall

   Research Notes:

In 1871, James Luke (37) of Hayle, tin smelter, and [2nd] wife Hannah (29) of Truro, were living in Bosvigo Lane, Kenwyn. Present were children: Elizabeth J. (13) of Hayle, tailoress, James H. (10) of Hayle, scholar, Mary C. B. (8) of Truro, scholar, Samuel J. (7) of Hayle, scholar, daughter-in-law Ellen Sampson (6) of Truro, scholar

In 1881, James Luke (47) of Hayle, black tin smelter, and wife Hannah (39) of Truro, were living in 2 Cavactris Cottages, Kenwyn. Present were children: James Henry (20) of Hayle, compositor & printer, Mary Catherine (18) of Truro, tailoress

   Marriage Information:

James married Jane Elizabeth BLEWETT, daughter of Thomas BLEWETT and Jane PERRY, on 29 May 1853 in Phillack, Cornwall. (Jane Elizabeth BLEWETT was born in 1832 in Church Town, Phillack, Cornwall, christened on 29 Jul 1832 in Phillack, Cornwall and was buried on 6 Feb 1868 in Kenwyn, Cornwall.)

   Marriage Notes:

James Luke, 20, of Church Town, bachelor, labourer, son of William Luke, labourer, and
Jane Blewett, 21, of Church Town, spinster, daughter of Thomas Blewett, miner

Married by Banns

Witnesses: Thomas Blewett, Thomas Burgess

   Marriage Information:

James also married Hannah SAMPSON, daughter of Richard SAMPSON and Unknown, on 10 May 1868 in Truro St. George, Cornwall. (Hannah SAMPSON was born about 1842 in Truro, Cornwall.)

   Marriage Notes:

James Luke, full age, of St. George, widower, smelter, son of William Luke, smelter, and
Hannah Sampson, full age, of St. George, spinster, daughter of Richard Sampson, cooper

Married by Banns

Witnesses: William Sampson, Mary Sampson

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