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

Another one baptised the same day. Not with parents in 1841.

1851 Wales
HO107 Piece 2466 Folio 370 Page 55
Civil Parish: Swansea
County: Glamorgan
Registration District: Swansea
Sub-RD: Swansea
Joseph Peacock Head Mar 31 [no occupation]
Elizabeth Peacock Wife Mar 32
James Peacock son 8
Joseph Peacock son 5
Jane Peacock 1 [Isaac ?]
No places of birth given

They married in 1859.

Looking for Joseph in 1841 thanks. He is 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 through the census, 1861 Frome ...

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