By this time (over the previous years) I had found a small amount on most of the other siblings still living in around the Petersfield area.
The elusive James William Penn who was living in Portsmouth on the 1901 censuses is where I found his mother Harriet Penn (nee Livermore) living with him. Her husband Henry Penn had died in 1900 and was buried in Petersfield cemetery.
So now looking at the 1901 censuses living with James William is his mother Harriet Penn (nee Livermore), son Henry James Hart Penn, Lily Williams (our great grandmother) her daughter Lilian Amy Williams and James William’s brother John. They were all living in Portsmouth. Both James and brother John were listed as Bricklayers.
The 1911 censuses have been released (earlier than expected) so I started checking the 1911 censuses and found Harriet is still living with James William and his new wife Lucy Jane (nee Peters), their daughter Lucy May and James’s son Henry James Hart Penn.
I was also able to find Harriet Penn (nee Livermore) had died in 1914 in Portsmouth and was buried in the Portsmouth Cemetery.