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Isaac c. 13 Jul 1827 St. Anne's Oldland, Gloucester
Daniel PEACOCK & Ann
Batch: C028598

Lots of children baptised on the same date and some as old as 9.

HO107 Piece/Book 361/16 Folio 50 Page 3
Civil Parish: Bitton
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Bitton
ED: 9a
Daniel Peacock 50 Fish Monger Y
Ann 49 Y
Isaac 20 Labourer Y
Mary 14 Y
Aaron 12 Y
Daniel 10 Y
Thomas 8 Y
William 5 Y

Deaths Jun 1866 Peacock Isaac 46 Bristol 6a 41

Looking for Isaac in 1851 and 1861. He could be in Wales as other family members were around those years.


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