At the time of the 1891 census the Revera family were living in 4 court 2 house, Hampton Street. The form shows that this family of 2 adults and 3 children were living in 4 rooms, this was quite spacious by the standards of court housing at the time.
The census returns below show John on the bottom of the first page with the rest of the family (wife Sarah, children Mary, Charley and Robert) continued on the second page.
Census returns show that Charles was still in boarding lodgings and worked as a leather porter. Ada was working as a domestic maid, Rosalia was a kitchen maid, Mary Ellen was a servant and Campbell was living with his adoptive family.
In 1913 Charles married Elizabeth Agnes Collingwood, they had a daughter Mary Agnes born 19th April 1914.
In 1914 Mary Ellen married Harry Cornwell.
On 22nd August 1915 Robert was married to Ellen Burgess in St Gabriel's Church (which was on the corner of Beaufort St and Yates St) They lived at Clive St, which was just around the corner.
|Name:||Robert Campbell Revera|
|Death Date:||24 Mar 1918|
|Death Location:||France & Flanders|
|Regiment:||King's (Liverpool Regiment)|
|Type of Casualty:||Killed in action|
|Theatre of War:||Western European Theatre|
I have been informed that Robert Revera was related to one of the other names on the memorial, George James Harker.
There is an interesting article here on the Western Front Association website about WW1 identification tags.