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Aaron PEACOCK, junior

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Hello,

1901
RG13 2350/54/20
Civil Parish: Kingswood
Ecclesiastical parish: Holy Trinity
Town: Hanham
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Kingswood
Address: Mount Hill, Kingswood (Gloucs), Hanham
PEACOCK, Aaron Head Married M 72 1829 Market Gardener Bitton Gloucestershire
PEACOCK, Ursula Wife Married F 71 1830 Bitton Gloucestershire
PEACOCK, Aaron Son Single M 49 1852 Market Gardener Pill Pembrokeshire Wales
PEACOCK, Sarah A Daughter Single F 37 1864 Bitton Gloucestershire

Deaths Mar 1924
Peacock Aaron 72 Keynsham 5c 808

Aaron senior died in 1909. I looked again yesterday and could not find Aaron junior in 1911. ???
His mother and sister are here:

1911
RG14PN14767 RG78PN896 RD317 SD2 ED17 SN170
Parish: Kingswood
County: Somersetshire
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Kingswood
Address: Mount Hill road Hanham
PEACOCK Ursula Head Widow F 82 1829 Market Gardener Kingswood Glos
PEACOCK Sarah Ann Daughter Single F 48 1863 - Kingswood Glos
YOUNG Alma Servant Single F 22 1889 Domestic Servant Cornwall

Deaths Dec 1911
Peacock Ursula 83 Keynsham 5c 679

Regards,

Dave
 
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Hi,

There is a Aaron Peacock age could be 50 or 60 but has been put as born abt 1861 Bristol, living in the civil parish of Kingswood He is a general gardner/labourer - wife Bessie Emily. One of the childens has the name of Amy Ursula. Rest of the children are:-

Carrie dau age 9
William son age 5
Bessie Emily dau age 3


Address Mount Hill Road, Hanham, Bristol.

Married 4 years.
 
Hello Julie,

Thank you very much. That's a possible with a daughter given that name. The family had a market garden.

I think Pembroke is also wrong. More likely Glamorgan - but it was Wales.

Regards,

Dave
 
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