Stephen Vine and Catherine Eva

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Parents   :    Edward Vine and Faith Thomas            Henry Eva and Sidwell Bennets

Stephen Vine  (b Camborne Cornwall 1794, m Catherine Eva 1818 Camborne)        
Catherine Eva (b Camborne 1798, d 1839 Camborne)        
    Stephen Vine (b Camborne 1819, d 1821)          
    Jane Vine (b Camborne 1822 , m James Richards 1846 Redruth Cornwall)        
    William, Vine (b Camborne 1824 ,m Elizabeth Terrill 1849 Schullsburg Wisconsin, d 1871 Montfort Wisconsin)        
    Stephen Vine  (b Camborne 1827 m Lavinia Ford 1855 Beechworth Vic, d 1894 Williamstown Vic)
        Hannah Vine (b 1866 Spring Creek, m Richard Reid Roach 1890 Flemington Vic, d 1915 Kew Vic)
            Liela Muriel Roach (b 1893 North Sydney, m Ernest Harold Mitchell 1914 Kew, d 1972 Wodonga)  
    Elizabeth Vine (b Camborne 1829, d 1899 Cornwall)        
    Mary Vine (b Camborne 1833)        
    Edward Vine (b Camborne 1835)
    Henry Eva Vine (b Camborne 1837)        

Elizabeth Vine is described in various Census as widow. Otherwise the records are an excellent fit. Maybe for status, with no husband?

1841 census

Condurrow, all born in the county
Stephen Vine    45    Miner Copper
Jane Vine         15
William Vine     15    Miner Copper
Stephen Vine     14    Miner Copper Boy
Elizabeth Vine    11
Mary Vine         10
Edward Vine       8
Henry Vine          6
There is no sign of Stephen in the 1851 census

Note on Condurrow:

There are two Condurrows in Cornwall, but the above data suggests Higher Condurrow close to Cambourne
Quote from an email I received - I have lost my note of the sender
Concerning Condurrow. There is a hamlet known as Condurrow, (marked on the maps as Higher Condurrow) situated ashort distance to the east of
Beacon. It is on a minor road leading to Tuckingmill. Beacon is on the road from Camborne to Troon, about halfway. Condurrow is at the site of the
Greater Condurrow mine which operated from 1860 to 1913. The engine house is still standing in a fine state of preservation and is quite a landmark.
There is another Condurrow situated on the road into St. Anthonay in Meneage.
Hope this helps.

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