Person:John Peacock (19)

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John Peacock
d.16 Jul 1905
m. 9 Jun 1871
  1. John PeacockAbt 1873 -
  2. James Henry Peacock1875 - 1922
Facts and Events
Name[1][5][6] John Peacock
Gender Male
Birth[4] Nov 1833 Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England
Baptism[5] 15 Nov 1833 Fiskerton, Lincolnshire, England“John son of Henry and Anne Peacock”, from Fiskerton, was baptized by Jas. Armitstead. Henry's profession was given as “labourer”.
Census[2] 2 Apr 1871 Bardney, Lincolnshire, Englandon Ferry Road
John Peacock (occ. carpenter) was lodging with George Overton (occ. timber merchant) and his family, including Mary J. who would later become his wife. John's place of birth was stated to be Fiskerton.
Marriage 9 Jun 1871 Bardney, Lincolnshire, Englandin the parish church
John Peacock (occ. wood man), a bachelor from Bardney and son of Henry Peacock (occ. wood man), and Mary Jane Overton, a spinster from Bardney and daughter of George Overton (occ. wood dealer), were married in the parish church according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England by W. Walker. Both were of a “full age”. The marriage was witnessed by [Mary's father and brother] George Overton and Henry George Overton.
to Mary Jane Overton
Emigration[1] 9 Oct 1871 Port of New York, United StatesJohn Peacock (occ. farmer) arrived in New York on the S.S. City of New York by 9 October. The ship originated in Liverpool and made a stop in Queenstown (Cobh), Ireland. He was traveling with his father-in-law George Overton and brother-in-law Henry Overton. Other members of the Overton family arrived a couple of weeks later.
Census[3] 1 Jun 1880 Center, Vernon, Missouri, United StatesJno. Peacock (widowed; occ. carpenter) was residing with his sons Jno. and James.
Census[4] 1 Jun 1900 Center, Vernon, Missouri, United Stateson a farm that was owned with a mortgage
John (occ. carpenter), widowed father of James Peacock (occ. farmer), was also residing with his son's wife Alice and son Richard.
Education[4] John could read and write.
Naturalization[4] In the 1900 U.S. census John was stated to be an alien resident.
Death[6] 16 Jul 1905
Burial[6] Jewel Cemetery, Deerfield (township), Vernon, Missouri, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Passenger list of the S.S. City of New York, in New York City, New York, United States. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 1820-97. (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237), roll 349, list 1014, p 6, ln 305, list dated 9 Oct. 1871.

    These passengers were listed consecutively, beginning on line 303: George Overton (age 50, occ. wood dealer), Henry Overton (19, wood dealer), and John Peacock (37, farmer).

  2. ED 16, Bardney parish, Lincolnshire, in General Register Office. The National Archives (TNA): Public Record Office (PRO) RG 10 General Register Office: 1871 Census Schedules, RG 10/3367 (FHL #839363), f 23, p 1, household 2, George Overton household, [digital image, Ancestry.com].
  3. ED 219, Center twp., Vernon, Missouri, in United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, roll 739 (FHL #1254739), f 564-A, p 17, dwelling 132, family 150, Jno. Peacock household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 16 June 1880.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 ED 119, Center twp., Vernon, Missouri, in United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule. (National Archives Microfilm Publication T624), roll 906 (FHL #1240906), folio 40, sheet 1A, dwelling 4, family 4, James Peacock household, [digital image, Ancestry.com], enumerated 1 June 1900.

    John Peacock was born “Nov 1837”. He immigrated to the U.S. in “1871” and was an alien resident (“Al”). He could read and write.

  5. 5.0 5.1 Church of England. Parish Church of Fiskerton (Lincolnshire). Parish registers, 1539-1906. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1966), Lincolnshire Archives: FISKERTON PAR 1/5 (Baptisms 1813–1863), p 38, no 300.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Thompson, Nancy, and Neoma Foreman (comps. and eds.). Tri-County Genealogical Society. Vernon County, Missouri Cemetery Directory 2010. (Nevada, Missouri: Vernon County Historical Society, 2010), p 220.

    Only John's date of death is given.