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Joseph PEACOCK & Elizabeth

DaveHam9

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Thanks. Bristol. :rolleyes:

I remember you asking about a hawker in Bristol. Is it possible we have 2x Daniel PEACOCK both hawkers and one from Hanham and one from Bristol?

We return to the 1859 marriage that seems to fit in some ways but not in others.

1859 Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of St. Paul in the County of Bristol
No. 397 - September 14 -
Joseph Peacock - full - Bachelor - Carpenter - St. Paul's - Daniel Peacock - Hawker
Elizabeth Lear - full - Spinster - - St. George's Co of Gloucester - Aaron Lear - ? ?
Married in the Parish Church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by License, by me Hugh Allan ?
Both signed
Witnesses: James Lear, Wm. White ?
 

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Residence at time of marriage:

St Pauls & St George's ?? Does that fit for a couple who have been together since 1841 or 1842?

1841
HO107 Piece 361 Book/Folio 27 Page 14
Civil Parish: Bitton
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub District: Oldland
Address: Warmley Hill Bitton Oldland
HODGES, George M 25 1816
HODGES, Elizabeth F 25 1816
HODGES, George M 6 1835
HODGES, Elizabeth F 3 1838
LEAR, Elizabeth F 20 1821 Shoemaker
NIPKIN, - M 25 1816
LEAR, James M 20 1821 Agricultural labourer


The witness James LEAR is a problem if I fit that marriage into my tree, but probably not a problem if that Joseph is the son of Daniel of Bristol.

So I have a copy of a marriage that probably does not fit in my tree.
 

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No, father Daniel is the fish monger in Hanham.

Starting with this census which has to be explained to understand: :2fun:

1841
HO107 Piece 361 Book/Folio 27 Page 14
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub District: Oldland
Civil Parish: Bitton
Address: Warmley Hill Bitton Oldland
HODGES, George M 25 1816
HODGES, Elizabeth F 25 1816
HODGES, George M 6 1835
HODGES, Elizabeth F 3 1838
LEAR, Elizabeth F 20 1821 Shoemaker
NIPKIN, - M 25 1816
LEAR, James M 20 1821 Agricultural labourer

George senior is LEWTON but he was born before his parents married so in this census he is using his mother's name HODGES.

His father is Aaron LEWTON but he was also born before his parents married so he is using the name LEAR

So Elizabeth and Joseph LEAR in the census are siblings of George senior but both born after parents married.

There is a younger sibling Joseph baptised 19th March 1826 at Hanham Abbots, probably during his first year.

So a Joseph LEAR or LEWTON born abt 1826 in 1841 other than this one:

1841
HO107 Piece 361 Book 16 Folio 56 Page 15
Civil Parish: Bitton
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Bitton
John Lear age 15 occ coal -----
Joseph Lear age 15 occ coal-----
Mary Lear age 12 occ pin-----
All born in county.

Here he is in 1851 (married in 1847 St Mary's Bitton)

1851 Wales Census
Civil Parish: Swansea
Registration District: Swansea
County: Glamorganshire
Address: - Street
LEWTON, Joseph Head Married M 25 1826 Cheese Factor (Hawking Cheese) Kingswood Gloucestershire
LEWTON, Mary Wife Married F 1828 Kingswood Gloucestershire


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Back to this then??
 

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Residence at time of marriage:

St Pauls & St George's ?? Does that fit for a couple who have been together since 1841 or 1842?

1841
HO107 Piece 361 Book/Folio 27 Page 14
Civil Parish: Bitton
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub District: Oldland
Address: Warmley Hill Bitton Oldland
HODGES, George M 25 1816
HODGES, Elizabeth F 25 1816
HODGES, George M 6 1835
HODGES, Elizabeth F 3 1838
LEAR, Elizabeth F 20 1821 Shoemaker
NIPKIN, - M 25 1816
LEAR, James M 20 1821 Agricultural labourer


The witness James LEAR is a problem if I fit that marriage into my tree, but probably not a problem if that Joseph is the son of Daniel of Bristol.

So I have a copy of a marriage that probably does not fit in my tree.
I haven't been able to rate this marriage as a part, I would put it on hold..
 

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I know who this is:

LEAR, Elizabeth F 20 1821 Shoemaker
I have a copy of the birth reg of brother George's daughter.

George married Elizabeth PEACOCK dau of Daniel the fish monger of Hanham.

Elizabeth's younger brother Joseph married Mary PEACOCK dau of Daniel the fish monger of Hanham.

The big question. Did Elizabeth marry Joseph son of Daniel the fish monger of Hanham?
 

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Is there an occupation for Joseph?

1871
RG10 Piece 2431 Folio 9 Page 9
Civil Parish: Frome
Ecclesiastical parish: Holy Trinity
Town: Frome
County: Somerset
Registration District: Frome
Sub-RD: Frome
ED, institution, or vessel: 5
Household schedule number: 50
Joseph Peacock Head 50 b. Bristol, Gloucestershire
Elizabeth Peacock Wife 51 [b. Bristol]
James Peacock Son 28
Elizabeth A Peacock Dau 17
 

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I'm not so sure there is a 2nd Daniel PEACOCK and by coincidence a hawker/fish monger as well.

The Bristol and Avon Baptism CD 1754-1812.

Daniel Peacock Baptised 2 March 1794 at Hanham son of Isaac & Hannah at age 2 years

This one is his son

Daniel Peacock
England, Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
christening: 12 Aug 1832 Oldland, Gloucester, England
residence: Oldland, Gloucester, England
parents: Daniel Peacock, Ann

and I can't find another apart from this one:

Births Mar 1841
Peacock Daniel Humphries Keynsham 11 129

Deaths Mar 1842
PEACOCK Daniel Humphrey Keynsham 11 109
 
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Perhaps I'll order this one and hope it's finally sorted:

Births Jun 1853
Peacock Elizabeth Ann Swansea 11a 439
 

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George HODGES/LEWTON/LEAR's daughter - age 3 in 1841

Births Jun 1838
Hodges Elizabeth Keynsham 11 125

1838 Birth in the Registration District of Keynsham in the Sub-district of Oldland in the County of Gloucester
No 201 - Second of April 1838 Warmley Hill Hamlet of Oldland - Elizabeth - Girl - George Hodges - Elizabeth Hodges formerly Peacock - Wheelwright - The Mark x of Elizabeth Hodges Mother Warmley Hill Hamlet of Oldland - Fifth of May 1838 - Hy Mills Grace Registrar


Name: Elizabeth Ann ANGEL
Date of Death: 5 Mar 1924
Place: Mowbray road Chatswood, Willoughby Municipality NSW
Occupation:
***: Female
Age: 85
Place of Birth: Bristol England
Time in Aust Colonies: 63 years in Victoria, 5 in NSW
Father: George LAWTON
Occupation: Not stated
Mother: Elizabeth PEACOCK

Place of Marriage: Melbourne Victoria
Age at Marriage: 22
Conjugal Status:
Name of Spouse: Stephen ANGEL
Children of Marriage: Elizabeth 62, Mary 61, Samuel 58, Louie 53, Joseph 51 Living, 1 Female Deceased
Informant: Mary A FARMER [FURNER], Mother [Daughter], Mowbray road Chatswood
Cause of Death: Sarcoma of Large Bowel, Cachexia
Length of Illness: 4 Months
Medical Attendant: Susie H O'REILLY
Date Last Seen: 3 Mar 1924
Date of Burial: 6 Mar 1924
Place of Burial: Methodist Cemetery Northern Suburbs
Minister & Religion: G W FURNER, Methodist
Undertaker: Charles Kinsela
Witnesses: F O FURNER, L H BOHLSON
Registered: 10 Mar 1924 - Chatswood
Ref No.: 1924/1640


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Death
Name: George Lewtoon
Death Place: Victoria
Age: 50
Father's Name: Aaron
Mother's Name: Ann Hodges

Registration Year: 1866
Registration Place: Victoria
Registration Number: 11058
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1816

He was a coach builder in 1851.

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954) - Tuesday 20 November 1866 p.8
FUNERAL NOTICE
THE Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE LEWTON, coachbuilder, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funeral will leave the residence of his son-in law, Mr. Stephen Angel, 25 Stanley-street, West Melbourne, THIS DAY, Tuesday, November 20, at 2 o'clock p.m.
HENRY ALLISON, undertaker, Victoria-street, West Melbourne.
 
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