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Hannah & Sarah PEACOCK

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Yes. Good question. One is a collier with Ann and he has been found in 1911.

1871 George is 40 and a labourer with Parker

1881 a quarryman aged 40 ??

1891 a market gardener aged 60

So with two others the question is do we have the same George in 1871 and 1881?
 

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We know the George who married Ann Long can't be the one who married Sarah in 1875.

We know the one who married Parker was a widower in 1871.

We know nothing of the other George about the same age.
 

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1911 census on 2 April

So this one may or may not be in 1911. So there are 2 or 3 in 1911

Deaths Jun Qtr 1911
Bright George 82 Bristol 6a 82

I'd say the labourer has turned into a market gardener.

Possibly this one for Sarah. Don't know if we have more than one the same age.

Deaths Sep 1919 BRIGHT Sarah 80 Keynsham 5c 550
 

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George Bright
Event Type Census
Event Date 1911
Event Place Kingswood, Hanham Bristol, Somersetshire, England
County Somersetshire
Parish Kingswood
Sub-District Kingswood
Sub-District Number 2
District Number 317
Enumeration District 16
Registration District Keynsham
Gender Male
Age 82
Marital Status MARRIED
Marital Status MARRIED
Occupation OLD AGE PENSIONE
Number in Family 2
Birth Year (Estimated) 1829
Birthplace Bristol Hanham
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Schedule Type 206
Page Number 1
Registration Number RG14
Piece/Folio 411
Affiliate Record Identifier GBC/1911/RG14/14766/0411/1
Household
Role
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Age
Birthplace
George Bright Head M 82 Bristol Hanham
Sarah Bright Wife F 72 Ox ???
 

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Yes, census in #4 is correct going on George being a widower in 1871 and with the same two children in both census and living with Parker family.
 

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The market gardens are on that road

1901 *
RG13 Piece 2350 Folio 54 Page 20
Civil Parish: Kingswood
Eccl. parish: Holy Trinity
Town: Hanham
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Kingswood
ED: 19
No of Schedule: 87
Address: Mount Hill, Hanham
PEACOCK Aaron Head Mar 72 Market Gardener Bitton Glos
PEACOCK Ursula Wife Mar 71 Bitton Glos
PEACOCK Aaron Son S 49 Market Gardener Pile Wales
PEACOCK Sarah A Dau S 37 Bitton Glos

I'm moving on to Sarah's brother James.

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The market gardens are on that road

1901 *
RG13 Piece 2350 Folio 54 Page 20
Civil Parish: Kingswood
Eccl. parish: Holy Trinity
Town: Hanham
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Kingswood
ED: 19
No of Schedule: 87
Address: Mount Hill, Hanham
PEACOCK Aaron Head Mar 72 Market Gardener Bitton Glos
PEACOCK Ursula Wife Mar 71 Bitton Glos
PEACOCK Aaron Son S 49 Market Gardener Pile Wales
PEACOCK Sarah A Dau S 37 Bitton Glos

I'm moving on to Sarah's brother James.
OK, Dave.. Apart from the death, it's pretty much sorted now.

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Yes, don't think we can assume one death fits any better than the other.

No death/burial on FS or FreeREG.

Dave
 

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