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Aaron PEACOCK

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1851
HO107 Piece 1953 Folio 566 Page 5
Civil Parish: St George
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Clifton
Sub-RD: Ashley
Address:
Aaron Peacock Head Mar 43 Coal Miner Bitton Gloucestershire
Ann Peacock Wife Mar 44 Ag Lab (Was In Cordwainer) Bitton Gloucestershire
Mary Ann Peacock dau Unm 20 Laundress Bitton Gloucestershire
Emma Peacock dau 15 Serv Bitton Gloucestershire
Samuel Peacock son 10 Sunday Scholar Bitton Gloucestershire
George Peacock son 7 Sunday Scholar Bitton Gloucestershire
Isaac Peacock son 4 Bitton Gloucestershire

Several possible deaths for Ann nee Bateman.

EDIT http://www.forum.familyhistory.uk.com/showthread.php?p=206855

1861
RG9 Piece 1730 Folio 36 Page 24
Civil Parish: Bristol St James and St Paul
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Clifton
Sub-RD: Ashley
Address: 5 Ashley Rd
Aaron Peacock Lodger Widower 53 Coal Miner Bitton Gloucestershire
with the family of Thomas BEDLOW


Having trouble finding Aaron after 1861.

Thanks,

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He may have died, Dave.


Aaron Peacock
Age at death 58
Birth year 1810
Burial year 1868
Burial date 04 Jul 1868
Burial place Stapleton, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire, England
Spouse's residence Stapleton, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire
Residence Stapleton, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire
Place Stapleton, Holy Trinity
Town Bristol
County Gloucestershire

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Bristol Mercury 4 July 1868
INQUESTS

- On the same day, at the Mason's Arms, Temple-street, on the body
of a man, apparently about 58 years of age, who died suddenly
that morning in that house. Verdict "natural causes." The
name of the deceased was unknown at the time the inquest was
held, but the corpse was afterwards identified as being that of
Aaron Peacock, of no residence, who had lately been working at
Fishponds, Gloucestershire.

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Thanks Rupert.

If that is Aaron born 1808 who married Ann Bateman, and a widower in 1861 but no death yet found for Ann, then this is curious

... Spouse's residence Stapleton, Holy Trinity, Gloucestershire ...
... of Aaron Peacock, of no residence, ...

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Thanks Rupert.

If that is Aaron born 1808 who married Ann Bateman, and a widower in 1861 but no death yet found for Ann, then this is curious
This is close, but can't account for the 1852 death :rolleyes:

BMD:
Deaths Q4 1855
Peacock Ann
Keynsham
5c, 452

NBI:
4 Nov 1855
Anne PEACOCK
49
Kingswood, Holy Trinity
 

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Yes, I've moved it to probable. I still wonder if widower is correct in 1861. It may clearly be widower on the image (I've not see it yet) but had Ann died and were they living apart?

Fishponds 3 miles NE of Bristol.

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