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Thomas & William PEACOCK


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HO107 Piece 1944 Folio 335 Page 12
Civil Parish: Bitton
Eccl. parish: Holy Trinity
County: Gloucestershire
Registration District: Keynsham
Sub-RD: Bitton
ED: 2b
No of Schedule: 49
Address: Warmley Hill, Hamlet of Oldland
Danel Peacock Head Mar 62 Fishmonger Bitton
Ann Peacock Wife Mar 62 Oldland
Daniel Peacock Son Unm 19 Coal Miner Oldland
Thomas Peacock Son 17 Coal Miner Oldland
William Peacock Son 15 Ag Lab Oldland

Looking for any further trace of Thomas and William.


This looks promising..

U.S., Newspapers.com Obituary Index, 1800s-current:
William Peacock
Death Age: 77
Birth Date: abt 1836
Birth Place: Kingswood Hill
Residence Place: McHenry County, Illinois
Death Date: 14/05/1913 (14 May 1913)
Death Place: Richmond
Obituary Date: 22/05/1913 (22 May 1913)
Obituary Place: Lake Geneva Wisconsin United States of America
Child: Allan Peacock, J. H. Turner, Herbert, Joseph, Frank, Ernest, Allan.

Something to ponder.. Also, manifest has a Thomas aged 21y on same ship..

Family Search..

Interesting thanks, I had not realized that earlier members of the Peacock family of Daniel and Ann Peacock of Kingswood Hill had gone to USA,
The ship they went out on "The Dreadnought" is also very interesting.


It may be then that Aaron and George Peacock (sons of Aaron and Ursula Peacock of Mount Hill) went to visit their uncles in the USA in 1869.
On the original manifest you can see Aaron listed and Geo (for George) beneath.


Aaron obviously returned and George stayed and was naturalized in the USA and married Katherine Tarlton they lived in Coalport, Pennsylvania
lots of Peacock descendants there also.