Descendants of John Peacock (about 1710 - 1742)
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John Peacock (1803- 1843) - son of William Peacock (1778 - 1845) - son of John Peacock (1738-?) - son of John Peacock (about 1710-1742)
John Peacock was was baptized in1803 in St Mary the Virgin, Matching, Essex.222 The Baptism Register of St Mary the Virgin, Matching, Essex has the entry:
John, son of William & Susannah Peacock, was baptised 2.10.1803
John died in 1843 in Newmans End, Matching , Essex, and was buried in St Mary the Virgin, Matching, Essex.222 The Burial Register of St Mary the Virgin, Matching, Essex, has the entry:
John Peacock, aged 39, of Newmans End, was buried 16.4.1843
We have not found a record of John marrying, but we believe that John Peacock and Elizabeth Fardlel were married about 1830, at a similar date to his brother, William, marrying her sister, Frances Fardle.
In the 1841 Census, the family were living in Matching , Newmans End, Essex. Ag Lab9
After John died in 1843, Elizabeth remarried in 1848 to William Baker. The Marriage Register for St May the Virgin, Matching, Essex, has the entry:
Elizabeth Peacock, Widow, married William Baker, Labourer, on 1.10.1848. Both signed with X.
Fathers: William Fardle & Charles Baker
Witnesses George Harknet & Jane Harknet ( both signed with X ).
You will see that Elizabeth now had a much younger husband and new child. Her Peacock children (aged 8 to 18 years) were living close by.
In 1861 she was living with William Baker and 2 of their daughters, plus her son James.
By 1871 William Baker had died and Elizabeth was only living with her son James.
Living around her were many of her peacock children who were now married.
Elizabeth Fardle was born in 1812.10 She died as Elizabeth Baker in 1873. The Civil Registration of Death reference is: Jun 1873, v 4a, p 64. Ongar. Aged 60.
John Peacock and Elizabeth Fardle had the following children:
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