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On April 3rd 1635, one William Peacock sailed from the port of London on the ship "Hopewell" bound for New England; he was one of the earliest recorded namebearers to enter America. - Internet Surname Database

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Comment by Linda Berry on August 31, 2014 at 5:27pm

My Mothers maiden name was Eleanor Peacock, Her Father was Arthur Lyle Peacock, the family still lives in Onaway Mich.

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 9:25pm

Andrews, M. Catherine Widow of John Kindred/Jundred? [wife of William Peacock Jr b Apr 1635, Duffil, Derbyshire, England]

  • b. 1653  Raleigh, VA
  • d. 1738  Surry Surry County, Virginia
  • married BET 1664 & 1670 Surry, VA/ Raleigh County, Virginia
Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 9:17pm

Planter Mary Agnes Willis, Wife of planter William Nathaniel Peacock, Sr
12 Apr, Age: 23 Marriage to William Peacock Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts b. ABT 1620 Dry Drayton Cambridgeshire England United Kingdom d. ABT 1665 Surry Surry County Virginia [Sailed on the Hopewell April 3, 1635. Their son, William Jr., was 12 years old]

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 9:05pm

John Baker Peacock [& Mary Marie Miller b 1600 Yorkshire, England]

  • b. Jan 15 1595  St. Mary White Chapel Middlesex England
  • d. Oct 30 1690  Hargrave Northamptonshire England/St. Saviour, Southwark, baker, deceased-at St. Mary Magdalen, Old

Married 22 Aug 1619

Father Thomas Peacock, b. 1569, England United Kingdom d. 1641, England United Kingdom
Mother Purnell Robinson, b. 1573, England United Kingdom

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 8:53pm

William Peacock [& Grace Chadsley, 27 November 1570 St Albans, Hertfordshire, England 1550 England United Kingdom ]

  • b. 1540  England, United Kingdom
  • d.   England, United Kingdom
  • married Nov 27 1570  St Albans, Hertfordshire, England
Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 8:49pm

Thomas Peacock [& Purnell Robinson]

  • b. 1569  England, United Kingdom
  • d. 1641  England, United Kingdom
Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 8:06pm

EDWARD PEACOCK, Esq. F.S.A. exhibited impressions of a
bronze bell-shaped Seal found about thirty years previously at
Messingham, Lincolnshire. The seal was of the class termed
Love Seals. Form, circular. Diameter fin. Device, two heads,
female and male, respectant each other, and separated by a sprig.
Legend, LOVE ME AND I J>E. Date, fourteenth century.

Peacock, Edward, exh. impression of
Bronze Seal, 11; comm. transcript
of Deed relating to Lands in Lin-
colnshire, 17 ; on Parliamentary Pro-
ceedings in 1638, 48 ; exh. impression
of Seal found at Lincoln, 69 ; exh.
various Rings, 97 ; exh. and presents
impressions of various foreign Seals,
268 ; on disputes among Justices of
Peace in Lincolnshire, 317; comm.
transcript of Chartulary relating to
an Hospital at Doncaster, 337 ; exh.
Sepulchral Brass, 339; exh. Printed
Book, 344 ; exh. Seal of William de
Hampton ? 448 ; exh. Bronze Bell
and Copper Bucket, 468; on a Letter
of Spencer Compton, Earl of North-
ampton, 490 EDWARD PEACOCK, Esq. F.S.A. communicated a transcript
of the following deed of the fifteenth century preserved among
the Dodsworth Collections. It is here printed with Mr. Peacock's
remarks and notes.
" The seventy-sixth volume of the Dodsworth Manuscripts
preserved in the Bodleian Library consists entirely of original
records, from which the seals have been detached.//EDWARD PEACOCK, Esq. F.S.A. Local Secretary for Lin-
colnshire, exhibited and presented a sealing-wax impression of a
seal recently found at Lincoln among rubbish which was being
carted away from the lower part of the city.

The seal in question is of the ecclesiastical private class, dating
early in the 14th century. It is circular, about seven-eighths of
an inch in diameter. The subject is a tonsured individual (the
clerk who owned the seal), kneeling in adoration before the
Blessed Virgin, who is crowned and holds the Divine Infant in
her arms. Legend, in Lombardic character


Chesapeake Independent Cities Virginia

1623 in Abbots Stanstead,,Hertfordshire,England Death
in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts WILLIAM PEACOCK, of Nazing, in Essex William Peacock . 12 1 Apr 1635 of Duffil, Derbyshire 40, 41

1624 Abbots Stanstead Hertfordshire England United Kingdom
Baptism 19 Aug 1624 Ardeley Hertfordshire England
Immigration 1635 Massachusetts

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 7:59pm

1. [S1430] peacock Web Site, donald. peacock, William Peacock (Reliability: 3), 20 Aug 2011.
Added by confirming a Smart MatchWilliam Peacock

Surry County, Virginia, Militia Records


Chesapeake Independent Cities Virginia

Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 7:57pm
  • Peacock, Baker John (1595-1690)
  • Peacock, Lydia (1749-1810)
  • Peacock, Planter William (1642-1722)
  • Peacock, Planter William Nathaniel Sr. (1624-1660)
  • Peacock, Quaker John (1716-1781)
  • Peacock, Samuel Ambrose Sr?
  • Peacock, Thomas (1569-1641)
  • Peacock, William (b.1540)
Comment by Barbara Kim Thigpen on March 16, 2014 at 7:55pm

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