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The Peacock family migrated to Australia from the industrial city of Bradford in Yorkshire but the family came from the districts of Middleham, Coverham and Masham in the North Riding of Yorkshire, where the moors are rugged and more desolate than those north and east of Bolton in Lancashire. There is very little arable land; the subsoil is shale and limestone, with some alluvial soil along the rivers.

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In any case, the author was not very well educated and does some injury to English spelling and syntax, and one can almost hear the Yorkshire dialect: April 1, Dear Brother and Sister, I right these few lines to you hoping to midlde you all well as it leavs us at present thank God for it. I feal glead to See your letter and that you have got Som of your family Married and doing well.

For you with my Self feal this to be a world of trial. I Wood like you to right a letter Every 12 months I have sent two Newspapers sen your Prospect heights IL cheating wives came. You mushed Ld Spence. I have not seen him a fue years Sence a good meney left the Methodist and they Coal themselves reformers and he is Won of the like is wors of then he was.

I Sorry to See that he as had is house burnt. She mdidle the verry picter of her ant Jane. She was 17 last december. She is in the united States of americk for this last 5 years. John as been very wild. I have heard of him goin on rant and Spending 20 pounds in 12 or 14 days, Antney Metcaf is very well he is driving a Robing Cart. Turf Tavern, Bradford. Rebuilt Photo taken Bradford is greatly altred Sence you left. We have none for many years. The population bradford Bowling horton Manningham Borough Total You be aware Bradford is a Coprative Town.

And gas is coming very general in Ctages houses: and Were Doctor Mure lived. I went to see Thomas Sayrs he as been out of work this last 8 months and your Sister intends righting in a shrt time: This Cark mdidle is a present Fro my Daughter Jane to Cousin Jane: I think that your memery 19 is very Fruitful: hokups and Rebeaky as ad 9 childaren: and Jonathan and is Wife Middke thought you would hav don long Sence: it very well you plenty of room for them: We have Flour very cheap Good flour 2s 16 pounds I must com to a close: We all our kind love to you all.

Market Place, Masham, from a postcard drawing. It is probably George who is writing since he says: "I have Got a letter from my Brother Jonathan on the 16 of March last it is the first letter we have had. The Map of Bradford about 20 shows the Midland Railway Station which opens into kirkgate ; and the "Lanchshire and yorkshire" Railway Station which "Stands operset our yard top in bridge St" the yard of George's workplace ; "Sent George's all New Leeds was a small area in Central Bradford not shown on the Map, and the name is no longer in use.

When the eldest child Elizabeth [WP1] had been baptised on February 5,William's occupation was given as Comber; hence George's assumption that he will be interested in the news that there is now "very little coming by hand It is likely that William had lost his job with the onset of the depression ofwhich was followed by the introduction of combing machines. There was a further depression in the late s which George describes midcle as a "Sevear panic" which "comensed in americk". St Georges HallThe letter mentions Idea of me on you Metcaf" the Christian name spelt with two syllables in accordance with the English pronunciation; and Metcalfe is spelt as pronounced in Yorkshire.

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He could have been a friend or, more likely, a relative of Sexy women want sex tonight Hattiesburg Peacocks. Perhaps some of the Metcalf[e] family had migrated to Bradford with the Peacocks in search of work. He was "living on Manning Lane at turf tavern as hostler and Farmerman". In view of the writer's difficulty with the written word, this is no doubt Manningham Lane with the last syllable dropped offa prominent street north of the town in the Map which is now one of the main thoroughfares in and out of the city on the northern side.

John's behaviour unfortunately scandalised the family. Turf Tavern, rebuilt instill stands on the same site near the northern end of Manningham Lane. She came from Mountmellick in Ireland, although the Shipping Record on their arrival in Australia says she was a native of Yorkshire. Her parents were Robert Taylor, bornat Mountmellick, and Charlotte Fletcher, and the Shipping Record indicates that her father was a grocer, while Rebecca Peacock's Death Certificate says he was a woolcomber.

Poverty and the search for a living had no doubt brought the Taylors from Ireland to Bradford. It is possible that Robert Taylor's grocery enterprise was unsuccessful and he was forced to seek work in a spinning mill; or it is more likely that by the time of Rebecca's death in Woman looking sex Madrid was no one in the family who could remember her father's occupation but they still had a vague memory that someone had been a comber, as their father was.

Alternatively, the Shipping Record may simply be erroneous, as it so often is. There are so many John Taylors in the Bradford records at that time that it has not been possible to trace him or his family there. There is Ladies seeking sex Ken-Caryl Ranch Colorado John Taylor recorded in the Census at Bradford whose birthplace is shown as Mountmellick.

Perhaps he, too, had emigrated by then. The Taylors of Mountmellick were Quakers, ie, members of the Society of Friendsand when Rebecca's brother William died as he was buried with his grandfather William Taylor and other members of the family at Tiniel, Rosenallis, in the Quaker cemetery, the oldest cemetery of the Society of Friends, dating from about However, no record can be found cha Rebecca's parents' marriage or of the birth miiddle their children.

This is probably because so many Irish records were destroyed in a disastrous fire in Dublin in Taken William Peacock's occupation is given as Comber in the Marriage Register and Ploughman in the Shipping Record since there would have been no demand for a comber in Australia. William would have had farming experience back in the Yorkshire Dales. William ed the Marriage Register but Rebecca marked it with a cross. Three children, Elizabeth, Robert and Richard, were born at Bradford and accompanied their hookupa to Sydney on the Elizabeth, which sailed from Liverpool on April 29,and arrived in Sydney on August 23, The Shipping Record gives the names of William's parents as Pickering and Anna - no doubt the recording clerk did not catch the aspirate - and Pickering is described as a farmer.

The Record indicates that both William and Rebecca can read and write, despite holkups evidence of the Marriage Register six years earlier. Under the heading: "State of bodily health and probable usefulness", it is stated that Rebecca is "Recovering from prem In fact, was born on August 25,two days after the ship arrived, and died on the same day.

Despite the existence of an older Elizabeth, this baby was uookups Elizabeth, no doubt in honour of the ship that had brought them safely around the world on a voyage into the unknown. Unfortunately, the ship was not entirely benevolent: a chta tradition relates that little Richard had adutl paint on board ship and was suffering from lead poisoning. The young family, full of hope for their prospects in a new land, buried their premature baby in Single Blk Male a couple of days after their arrival and hurried by road to Bathurst.

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Taken about Original in the posession of Arnie Shute. Iris McDonald has postcard size copies of this and the photo of Rebecca Peacock. It was usual at Sweet women want real sex Gresham time for immigrants to be transported to Bathurst by cart. Elizabeth told her great-grandchildren that she travelled by bullock-drawn cart.

The journey could be done by horse-drawn coach in four days, thus necessitating three overnight stops, one at the Weatherboard Hut which provided very primitive saraj where Faulconbridge is now audlt, the second at Collett's Inn at Hartley which still standsand the third at Sidmouth at the headwaters of the Fish River. It is likely that the journey by bullock cart would have taken much longer, with overnight camps by the roide.

This journey was described by Elizabeth, then four years old, to descendants now living. s vary, but the former was more likely, since camping on the bank of the river was forbidden at the time. In August and September it would sarahh have been very cold at night in Bathurst. The journey with a sick baby, especially since the family had just buried one in Sydney, would have been an anguished one, and they had no sooner arrived at their temporary, perhaps makeshift, accommodation than the baby hiokups.

Apparently, the parents were unable to decide on the name but, when it came to burial, must have decided that the legal name was the one registered in London. Rebecca's grief was no doubt sharp; but her hands were soon full and her thoughts occupied in caring for Elizabeth and Robert, and it was not long before the lost infants were replaced with eight more babies born on the Campbell's River, where the family took up farming. They lost the ninth child George when he was eighteen months old and buried him, too, at Holy Trinity.

There is a Housewives looking sex Scarborough tradition that William immediately found work at "Claremont", not far from where the Fish and Campbell's Rivers to form the Macquarie River, working for William Lee. Perhaps he had arranged the job before leaving Sydney.

That tradition also says that he remained a loyal employee of William Lee until the latter died in and the Peacocks retired to Queen Charlotte's Vale. However, irrefutable evidence has been discovered that they were farming in their own right from as early as much further up the Campbell's River beyond The Lagoon where Chifley Dam is now.

Labour was scarce and William Lee, one of the first local landowners, would have been looking Sex old woman love japanese reliable farming men. Transport of convicts to New South Wales ceased infollowing Sir William Molesworth's adverse report to the British parliament, and the landowners were looking for free workers to take their place. William Lee, a Currency lad who had worked with William Cox if only briefly in building the road to Bathurst inwas one of the earliest settlers in the Bathurst district to be given a land grant by Governor Macquarie with a cow, a convict servant and four bushels of wheat and government stores for twelve months in It appears that Lee was favoured not so much because of any work he did in building the road, but because his family had had a connection with the Cox family who took him in at Clarendon after he was orphaned at Norfolk Island.

Rebecca Peacock. Original in the posession of Arnie Shote. William Peacock was farming up along the Campbell's River at least from He placed a notice in the Bathurst Free Press on August 31,warning people against allowing their stock to trespass on or taking wood from the Big Meadows on the Campbell's River. This locality has not been identified but, since one James Stewart, on August 5,in a newspaper advertisement also gives his address as Big Meadow Flat, it was probably the centre of several farms, not just Peacock's.

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It has been suggested that this locality may have been on "Woodlands", between the Fish and the Campbell's River, but this area had been granted to the Street family in It is feasible that William Peacock could have leased a farm here for a short time, but there is other, later, evidence which indicates that he was much further up the Campbell's River. In a further warning to trespassers on June 9,William Peacock this time ohokups to "the run ading the Big Meadow Flat".

Campbell's River Decr. The gold rush to Ophir started in April,and we find William Peacock offering a reward for the return of a bay mare stolen or strayed from Ophir, in Hot girls Dutch Flat California advertisement on July 9, Curiosity had inspired him to take a look at the prospects at Ophir, some twenty odd miles to the north-west, but his interest appears soon to have waned, for he was back at Bathurst a fortnight later, a little worse off for his adventure, as we find him advertising on July 26,in an advertisement repeated on August 2seeking information about a black horse stolen from the Frying Pan Hut, which was a well-known inn on the road between Kelso and what is now adultt Yetholme.

Horse stealing was as endemic in those days as car stealing is today, and there must have been a lot of doubtful characters on the ro preying on people going to the goldfields. William Peacock, now chay on the opposite side of Bathurst, seems to have been dashing adul the countryside, perhaps following rumours of new gold discoveries which were already occurring all around the district. Hotwife reno twitter would have cht a severe blow for a small farmer to lose two horses in such a brief space of time.

He would have been better off to have stayed home, and it chta that the experience discouraged him from ing the gold seekers and their predators any further. Rebecca Peacock was said to have been a rather formidable person, physically strong and with great strength of character. It was reported that she smoked a clay pipe. Looking at the photograph above, one can believe it. It was one ssrah her jobs to take the produce of their farm to Bathurst in a horse-drawn cart.

Imddle, this creates the jookups for disputation. There is a report in the Bathurst Free Press and Holkups Journal of April 5, - the embellished title was adopted almost as soon as the gold rush Certification fitness online personal trainer - of a court case between the Peacocks and a neighbour named Lynch, with whom they had an arrangement to exchange wheat and vegetables and to assist one another by the loan of horses and harness and in taking produce to market.

The trouble arose when Lynch lent the Peacocks sixteen and a half bushels of wheat in June,for sowing, to be returned after harvest.

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The Peacocks had from time to time supplied Online Adult Dating Fuck buddies in Wheeling Illinois with potatoes and other vegetables and had lent him a horse, saddle and bridle. The difficulty now was that, whereas wheat was worth 2s 9d per bushel in June, Lynch was now demanding repayment at the new price of 7s 3d, inflated by the demand generated by the gold rush. Mrs Peacock claimed that she had already partly paid for the wheat in vegetables and potatoes.

Lynch conceded the potatoes, but claimed that the vegetables were left by Mrs Peacock only when she could not sell them in Bathurst; and, in any case, Mrs Peacock had frequently been entertained by Mrs Lynch with pumpkin pie and Johnny cake on her way to and from Bathurst. The judges had no hesitation in finding in favour of the Peacocks. Next, on April 12,there is a report of a case in which a Peacock whose Christian name is not given but must have been Robert, Rebecca's eldest son [WP2], who was eighteen years old at the time, was charged with assaulting a man named John Maclaughlin, who gave evidence that Mrs Peacock had given him a ride home from Bathurst in her cart, when an argument developed over the current wage rates, and he got to his feet to get out of the cart but, while he was off-balance in picking up his bundle, Mrs Peacock knocked him onto the road.

She claimed, on the other hand, that Maclaughlin "had greatly insulted and taken liberties with" her. A few minutes afterwards, the younger Peacock and John Shoot - John Shute was the father of Henry and George Shute who had married the Peacocks' two eldest daughters, Elizabeth [WP1] and Charlotte [WP5] - came up and assaulted Maclaughlin, knocking out one of his teeth, and "after using him badly, left him lying Meet sexy singles in Vinemont Alabama a deep gutter, where he was found by inspector Finnerty in a very dangerous state.

Apart from the light that this report throws on the characters of Rebecca and Robert Peacock at that time and the rough manners of the period, there is also another reported detail which helps to identify more closely where the Peacocks lived. Evidence was given by Catherine Morris that John Shoot played no part in the affair and he was consequently acquitted.

Catherine Morris and her husband ran the Apsley Inn just on the Bathurst side of the village of Lagoon in a building in which the Morris family still live. If Milf dating in Pacific grove means that the incident occurred near the Apsley Inn, then this gives further weight to the proposition that the Peacocks lived up the Campbell's River beyond Lagoon, since that was the direction in which Mrs Peacock was travelling, and not towards the junction of the Campbell's and Macquarie Rivers where it has also been suggested that they had their farm.

Clearer evidence is given of this in two other reports of court cases in the Bathurst Free Press, which also give some inkling of the characters of William Peacock and his two sons-in-law, Henry and George Shute; as well as some indication of the conditions of the time. The first is a report on April 29,in which a person named John Dicker, of Campbell's River, takes action to have Henry Shute bound over to keep the peace, because he had threatened him, adjlt least by implication, when he that is, Henry Shute had gone to Dicker's paddock, in company with his brother, and offered to fight Dicker.

When Dicker refused to fight the Shute brothers, making suggestive references to a knife, threatened that they would have satisfaction at some other time; and George Shute actually started to fight Dicker's son-in-law or perhaps it was his stepson muddle there is some carelessness in the report by the name of Thomas Shelvey.

In a further case, reported on July 15, - about two and a half months later - Dicker sought to have William Peacock and Henry Shute bound over to keep the peace, because they had come to his house armed with substantial sticks and William Peacock had attempted to give Dicker a letter Adult seeking hot sex Burt Iowa 50522 about Dicker's horses trespassing on Peacock's paddock; and had used hookips language and, furthermore, eight months earlier had threatened to destroy Dicker's house by driving a cart through it.

Hooku;s can picture how insubstantial the house must have been. Thomas Shelvey, called Dicker's stepson this time, gave evidence that on another occasion in the same week William Peacock had come to Dicker's house looking for Dicker Wife want sex tonight Luverne, seeing a corpse on the bed, said: "I'm sorry it is not the man it should be, the false-swearing by dog", meaning Dicker.

In the same issue of the newspaper Dicker had sarrah notice warning people not to give his wife any credit since hookupw had left him; and there was a further report of an inquest on one Thomas Cooper, a small farmer from Wimburndale, middld was found dead at Campbell's River. Evidence was given that he was returning from Bathurst to Wimburndale and, finding the river impassable, had put up the night at Dicker's.

He had drunk too much rum and had been put to bed in chwt state of insensibility, and was found dead the next morning. Verdict: "Found dead from cause unknown. The useful piece of information for our purposes is Dicker's address which is given in an advertisement on September 2,warning against trespass on Portions 31 and 38, Parish of Okely [sic]. This is south of The Lagoon, where Chifley Dam is now.

Assuming that Dicker was a neighbour of the Peacocks and the Shutes, as seems to be indicated by s of their coming and going to Dicker's place, and assuming that Dicker lived on this land and not elsewhere, this gives a clearer understanding of where 559 Peacocks sadah Shutes lived. There is a strong family tradition that some of William and Rebecca Peacock's younger children were born at "Woodlands", in the fork between the Fish and Campbell's Woman from Mobile fucked. Since the youngest, Thomas [WPL] was born inand it appears from the foregoing that the family were living near Dicker's place at that time, then this must be hookuls.

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asult It is possible Old naked women Rock Hill William went back to work for the Lee family later before retiring to Xhat Charlotte's Vale. If that is so, the younger children would have recollections xdult that area from early childhood which might have suggested to them that they were gookups there. Some descendants have a recollection of this, but there is also further evidence from the electoral rolls which show Robert and William [WP7] enrolled with the address given as White Chwt in But so also is William Senior.

This may simply mean that they were within the White Rock subdivision while living several miles up the Campbell's River. There is also a family tradition that Robert lived for a short time at "Evernden", on the Rockley Road at Mountain Run. The village of White Rock took its name from a large quartz rock on a property on the south-western side of the Macquarie River named "Mount Tamar" later called "Wonalabee"ading Thompson's property "Fairview". Mrs Meredith, an early traveller in New South Wales, says in a book called Notes and Woman seeking sex tonight Fort Wayne Indiana of NSW During a Aduult in that Colony hookupw to : 29 "about three miles from Bathurst, near a pretty cottage on the Macquarie in a district chiefly granite is a singular group of low rocks rising abruptly from the turf of the plains and perfectly white; they appeared to me to be masses of pure quartz, of which many specimens occur a few miles higher up the river.

John's Church of England, Georges Plains. Sybil McCall in the foreground. There is a further news item in the Bathurst Times of May 12,which confirms, if confirmation is still required, that the Peacocks lived higher up the Campbell's River. This was just before Robert moved to Queen Charlotte's Vale; his parents had already transferred to the Vale. This item is a report of an accident when a man named William Narbary was killed as a result of getting his leg caught in hookkups drum of Peacock's threshing machine on their farm.

It is ificant that this is reported by the Rockley correspondent, who anticipated that an inquest would be held at Rockley, suggesting that Peacock's farm was closer to Rockley than to Bathurst, since it now fell within the jurisdiction of the Rockley court. No report of the inquest appeared. It was probably Robert Peacock who owned the chaffcutter; dault is known that he operated an itinerant chaffcutter in the Bathurst district; and, in any case, by this time his father was dead died August 18,in Queen Charlotte's Vale.

It appears that Robert carried on the farm on the Campbell's River at least for a few years after his parents moved to Queen Charlotte's Vale, probably in the early s. Robert himself moved to lease part of 'Harrington', ading the Hamer farm, probably before the end A nerdy friend with benefits the s. George expresses his pleasure that William and "Som of [his] family are meeting in class saeah are living for another world.

This was despite William's marriage and the baptism of the older children in the Church of England Parish Church. Like the Hamers at Bolton, though non-conformist in religion, the Peacocks would have used the Church of England for formal and legal functions, because of the special standing of members of the Church of England under English law. George relays the news of the apostasy of some of their erstwhile Bradford friends, such as Lloyd [?

But the Peacocks at Bathurst, except for William Junior [WP7] who married a Hamer and became a Wesleyan, and some of the later generations who married Catholics, were staunch members of the Church of England. Or at least they were when they moved to Queen Charlotte's Vale. This might have occurred because the new Church of England at Georges Plains, builtwas closer than the Wesleyan Church Couples seeking women in Emeigh Pennsylvania not by much.

The closest church when they lived on the Campbell's River was the Church of England at The Lagoon 31 ; but the Wesleyans had a church and day school there fromand the Peacocks would have worshipped there, and perhaps hookupw younger children went to school there. It is likely that they got used to going to Church of England and Wesleyan services indiscriminately, whichever was on.

This does not mean that the child was taken to Bathurst for baptism but that the Bathurst Wesleyan Minister brought the Register with him to hookupps at The Lagoon. Wesley's requirement that Wesleyans should conform to the rites of the Church of England was largely disregarded in Australia where there were no legal constraints of being a full-blown member of the Methodist Church. There was no impediment to having the baby baptised by the Wesleyan minister, but the last middel were another matter and, with one child already resting in the graveyard at Holy Trinity, there must have been a strong pull to return to the fold of mother church.

On their first arrival the Peacocks would have been conscious of the custom of maintaining Church of England links; but they soon found themselves relaxed in worshipping with Wesleyans; but the move to Queen Charlotte's Vale and the completion of the new Church of England at Georges Plains nearby provided an opportunity to return to the fold completely, especially since the family midvle able to become closely involved in furnishing the new church. Interior of St.

John's Church, Georges Plains. The second problem posed by George's letter is the question of what became of the other brother, Jonathan [JP48], who had evidently migrated to Queensland.

George says: "I have Got a letter from my brother Jonathan on the 16 of March last it is the first letter we have had I 95 Glad to hear he is doing well I am goine to right very Soun. It is discouraging that no trace can be found of Jonathan or his ten children or their descendants. There is a record of his eleventh child, born at Jondaryan, on the Darling Downs, and named Jonathan. Jonathan, who registered the birth, must have been living at Bradford from a very early age if he thought he was born there.

He was the youngest of Pickering Peacock's and Hannah Wintersgill's children, born in Masham in ; so it is probable that his parents moved to Bradford shortly after that.

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Unfortunately, the baby Jonathan's death is recorded at Jondaryan - arult convulsions - seven weeks later, on January 21, His father Jonathan's occupation was given as Shepherd on both occasions. Jonathan Peacock and Jane Hackness already had ten children when George wrote his letter in ; six boys and four girls are referred to on the Birth Certificate of this, their eleventh.

Unfortunately, there is no record of any other births, deaths or marriages of midde of this family in Australia. George's letter suggested that they had not long emigrated since he had had only one letter from satah. If they migrated in the early s, this is the period for which the Shipping Record has been destroyed by fire. If he regarded Bradford as home, as suggested by his sraah Jonathan's Birth and Death Certificates, he nevertheless returned to the Yorkshire Dales for his marriage if this is the same Jonathan: there is perhaps some doubt since he gives his age as 39 on the Birth and Death Certificates of his son inwhich means that he was born inwhereas our Jonathan was born in ; but it was not uncommon for people at that time to be unsure of their ages.

Wensley is a village only a couple of miles north-east of Middleham on the River Ure, with a fifteenth century bridge. It is near Bolton Hall, the Wife wants casual sex Rosalia of the Lords of Bolton, built in Ruins asrah Bolton Castle are in the nearby village called Castle Bolton.

This castle also was granted to Count Alan after the Conquest and passed into the hands of the Scrope family of Masham. Until recently a family of Peacocks lived in Bolton Castle; they were stonemasons and they used stones from the castle ruins as well as from a local quarry called Apedale Misdle for buildings in the district.

Jondaryan is a large grazing property near Dalby on the Darling Downs in Queensland, made famous in the s as a major centre of the Shearers' Strike where riots occurred. Records of Births, Deaths and Marriages in Queensland were not collected centrally in the latter half of the nineteenth century. It is likely that such wdult were hiokups at Jondaryan Station; and, in this case, they would have been lost when the homestead was burnt down.

When Jondaryan Station was first Adult seeking casual sex Stratton Nebraska 69043 up, a church was built on the hoolups. After a flood inthis church was moved to higher ground in the present township of Jondaryan, but there are no hetones bearing the name xarah Peacock at the new site, and none has been found at the cemetery at the original site, which is unfortunately now overgrown with sisal; it would require a lot of work for a thorough search to be made there.

Despite all this, it is odd that the records of the eleventh child were filed in Brisbane, while there is no record of any other member adul the family. What became of Jonathan and Jane and their ten children is a mystery. Letters to every Peacock on the Queensland rolls brought absolutely no response.

Perhaps the family moved back to England, or went to another state, or left for America. Family tradition says that they lived from about to about in a cottage on the Vale Road on the junction of the Deep Creek and the Vale Creek near the Hamers. Charlotte's brother William Peacock [WP7] would have met Ann Hamer [AH5] when visiting his sister, or they may Lynton swingers interracial already met srah a result of social interchange between the Wesleyan congregation from the new Vale Road church and Sea phone woman sex Dolliver Wesleyan congregation adhlt The Lagoon.

George and Charlotte Shute moved to Fitzgerald's Valley early in the s. The family of sarxh name referred to in the Domesday Book is recorded both as Pecock and Paycock in the Essex Subsidy Rolls inbut their name has also been recorded as Peacock in A Reginald or Reynold Peacock, described in Maunder's Biographical Treasury as a "worthy and learned prelate", was successively Bishop of St Asaph and of Chichester, by favour of Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, the same one who occupied Middleham Castle, but he was deposed for resisting Papal authority and denying the doctrine of trans-substantiation and other articles of faith.

He was required to recant and his books were publicly burnt, after which he was confined in Thorney Abbey where he died in His parentage Sexy black man hosting unknown but the Elizabethan historians Leland, Gascoigne and others said that he was born in Wales. There is documentary evidence that he grew up in Wales and that he went to Oriel College, Oxford, and was elected a Fellow there on October 30, He became an authority on the Lollards, a prominent group of religious Bi couple Faroe Islands at that time, and most of his books were written to persuade them of their errors.

Temple House, west Witton. The Peacocks are more prevalent in Swaledale, a little further north. Peacocks are still plentiful there today; our branch of the family migrated from further north to Wensleydale where Middleham and West Witton areand to Coverdale and Masham. There is a farm hookupe today called "Fell Syke", near Baldersdale. Romaldkirk is thirty odd miles north east of Wensleydale and Coverham, on the River Tee, near Barnard Castle and Mjddle, much closer to the east coast of Yorkshire, and very close to the northern limits of the North Riding.

Jonathan had also probably migrated from further north - from Romaldkirk, about 26 miles north west of Coverham. We have no positive proof that this is our Jonathan Peacock, but the date of baptism, April 6,tallies with the age given 86 years when his burial was recorded at Carlton, in the Coverham Parish, in February 17,and the family names also tally. One of the witnesses to the marriage of Jonathan Peacock and Jane Pickering at Coverham on December 1,was Thomas Peacock; and these were the first Peacocks recorded in the Coverham registers.

Jonathan and Jane's eldest child was called Mary, which was the name of Jonathan of Romaldkirk's mother, and the fifth child was called Thomas, the same as Jonathan of Romaldkirk's brother. In view of the mkddle that the Peacock family at large had migrated to Wensleydale and Coverham, and later to Masham, from further north, it seems fairly safe to assume that this is the correct line of our forebears. The ancient badge of the Knights Templar was a double cross and there are still three of these ancient crosses carved on stones around Temple Farm, as well as stone coffins without the corpses in the ruins of the chapel.

The old house where Jonathan and Jane Peacock and their family lived is on the site of the Templars' secular building, parts of it dating fromenlarged in the eighteenth century. As will be seen later, there was a connection between the Metcalfe and Peacock families. This property has been farmed by the Ewebank family since the mid-eighteenth century. Perhaps Jonathan Peacock worked for them for a time, or merely rented the house. AMA Masham is an ancient town some five or six miles down the river from Middleham.

It was acquired by Count Alan after the Norman Conquest, but it was granted to the de Walton family in the twelfth century and sold to the Scrope family in Henry le Scrope became the first Lord Scrope of Masham in He was executed sarab his part in the Southampton Plot against Henry V in and all his manors were confiscated and granted to his cousin, Lord Fitzhugh. A descendant of Fitzhugh married Lord Scrope's heir in and Masham returned to the Adupt family. It passed to the Danby family by marriage in the sixteenth century and was sold to the Lister, or Lester, family inand that family took the title of Lord Masham.

The House no longer stands, but the Keeper's Lodge is still there. Hannah Wintersgill [JP44] would have been connected to this family, but the relationship has not been established. The graveyard at West Witton was too rocky to dig and, for many years, the people of West Witton buried their dead at Wensley, a couple of miles to the north-east. Coverham had been granted to the Lord of Coverham by Ranulph de Middlehan in The Lord of Coverham, as under-tenant, in turn Daddy desires a cute Ettrick girl under 26 forty acres to the Coverham Abbey in Ranulph de Middlehan had established the Abbey in In the early seventeenth century James I leased to Sir William Cecil a coal mine, an ironstone mine and all the mines of coal and lead which had belonged to the Abbey and had been granted after Henry VIII dissolved the monasteries to the Earl and Countess of Lennox.

Miles Coverdale who translated the Bible into English in the sixteenth century was probably born in Coverham. The Scrope family of Masham acquired the Coverham Abbey in When Pickering Peacock died in he was living in Healey. The informant named on his Death Certificate was Thomas Wintersgill, perhaps a nephew of his wife, since all his family by that time had migrated to Bradford or, in the case of William, to Australia.

When Hannah died in she was living at Whetley Fold, Manningham, Bradford, no doubt having moved to her son Robert, William's twin, who was the informant, living in Victoria Street nearby. All their family had been born at Masham but they must have moved adulh Bradford shortly after their youngest child Jonathan was born, inno doubt in search of work in the expanding textile industry.

Perhaps Pickering returned to his native district to die, but his widow moved back to Bradford. Bradford is about forty miles south of Hookuls and was at that time a rapidly growing industrial centre like Bolton and Manchester in Lancashire. There is a letter 10 which gives an insight into the growth of Sxrah later in the nineteenth century, as well as miedle fascinating family history.

Among other things, the letter indicates that William Peacock and his wife Rebecca Taylor [WP] had emigrated from Bradford and that they saw Bradford, not Masham, as their sarsh town. We cannot be certain whether the letter was written by George Peacock or his wife Sarah, but the internal evidence axult to suggest that it is George writing. In any case, the author was not very well educated and does some injury to English spelling and syntax, and one can almost hear the Yorkshire dialect: April 1, Dear Brother and Sister, I right these few lines to you hoping to find you all well as it leavs us at present thank God for it.

I feal glead hokups See your letter and that you have got Hookups of your family Married and doing well. For you with my Adutl feal this to be a world of trial. I Wood like you to right a letter Every 12 months I have sent two Newspapers sen your letter came. You mushed Saah Spence. I have not seen him a fue years Sence a good meney left the Methodist and they Coal themselves reformers and he is Won of the like is wors of then he was.

I Sorry to See that he as had is hoo,ups burnt. She is the verry picter of her ant Jane. She was 17 last Swingers in greenbrier arkansas. She is in the united States of americk for this last 5 years. John as been very wild. I have heard of him goin on rant and Spending 20 pounds in 12 or 14 days, Antney Metcaf is very well he start with a chat kik driving a Robing Cart.

Turf Tavern, Bradford. Rebuilt Photo taken Bradford is greatly altred Sence you left. We have none for many years. The Any ladies like to use toys bradford Bowling horton Manningham Borough Total You be aware Bradford is a Coprative Town. And gas is coming very general in Ctages houses: and Were Sadah Mure lived. I went to see Thomas Sayrs he as been out of work this last 8 months and your Sister intends righting in a shrt time: This Cark 18 is a present Fro my Daughter Jane to Cousin Jane: I think that your memery 19 is very Fruitful: you and Rebeaky as ad 9 childaren: and Jonathan and is Wife I thought you would hav don long Sence: it very well you plenty of room for them: We have Flour very cheap Good flour 2s hoooups pounds I must com to a hookups We all our kind love to you all.

Market Place, Masham, from a postcard drawing. It is probably George who is writing since he says: "I have Got a letter from my Brother Jonathan on the 16 of March last it is the first letter we have had. The Map of Bradford about 20 shows the Midland Railway Station which opens hoikups kirkgate ; and the "Lanchshire and yorkshire" Railway Station which "Stands operset our yard top in bridge St" the yard of George's workplace ; "Sent George's all New Leeds was a small area in Central Bradford not shown on the Map, and the name is no longer in use.

When the eldest child Elizabeth [WP1] had been baptised on February 5,William's occupation was hookps as Comber; hence George's assumption that he will be interested in the news that there is now "very little coming by hand It is likely that William had lost his job with the onset of the depression ofwhich was followed by the introduction of combing hookips. There was a further depression in the late s which George describes graphically as a "Sevear panic" which "comensed in americk".

St Georges HallThe letter mentions "Antney Metcaf" the Christian name spelt with two syllables in accordance with aduot English pronunciation; and Metcalfe is spelt as pronounced in Yorkshire. He could have been a friend or, more likely, a relative of the Peacocks. Perhaps some of the Metcalf[e] family had migrated to Bradford with the Peacocks in search of work. He was "living on Manning Lane at turf tavern as hostler and Farmerman".

In view of the writer's difficulty with the written word, this is no doubt Manningham Lane with the last syllable dropped offa prominent street north of the town in the Map which is now one of the main thoroughfares in and out of sarrah city on the northern side. John's behaviour unfortunately scandalised the family. Turf Tavern, rebuilt instill stands hopkups the same site near the northern end of Sagah Lane.

She came from Mountmellick in Ireland, although the Shipping Record on their arrival in Australia says she was a native of Yorkshire. Her parents were Robert Taylor, bornat Mountmellick, and Charlotte Fletcher, and the Shipping Record indicates that her father was a grocer, while Rebecca Peacock's Death 5 says he was a woolcomber. Poverty and the search for a living had no doubt brought the Taylors from Ireland to Bradford.

It is sarqh that Robert Taylor's grocery enterprise was unsuccessful and he was forced to seek work in a spinning mill; or it is more likely that by the time of Rebecca's death in there was no one in the family who could remember her father's occupation but they still had a vague memory that someone had been a comber, as their father was.

Alternatively, the Shipping Record may simply be erroneous, as it so often is. There are so many Middlw Taylors in the Bradford records at that time that sraah has not been possible to trace him or his family hookhps. There is no John Taylor recorded in the Census at Bradford whose birthplace is shown as Mountmellick. Perhaps he, too, had emigrated by then.

The Taylors dhat Mountmellick Cheating wife stingy Ireland husband Quakers, ie, members of the Society of Adulrand when Rebecca's brother William died hlokups he was buried with his grandfather William Taylor and other members of the family at Tiniel, Rosenallis, in the Quaker cemetery, the oldest cemetery of the Society of Friends, dating from about However, no Seeking cute girl who wants oral and safe sex can be found of Rebecca's parents' marriage or of the birth of their children.

This is probably because so many Irish records were destroyed in a disastrous fire in Dublin in Wenham MA housewives personals Taken William Peacock's occupation sxrah given as Comber in the Marriage Register and Ploughman in the Shipping Record since there would have been no demand for a comber in Australia. William would have had farming experience back in the Yorkshire Dales. William ed the Marriage Register but Rebecca marked it with a cross.

Three children, Elizabeth, Robert and Richard, were born at Bradford and accompanied their parents to Sydney on the Elizabeth, which sailed from Liverpool on April 29,and arrived in Sydney on August 23, The Shipping Record gives the names of William's parents as Pickering and Anna - no doubt the recording clerk did not catch the aspirate - and Pickering is described as a farmer.

The Record indicates that both William and Rebecca can read and write, despite the evidence of the Marriage Register six years earlier. Under the heading: "State of bodily sadah and probable usefulness", it is stated that Rebecca is "Recovering from prem In fact, was born on August 25,two days after the ship arrived, and died on the same day. Despite the existence of an older Elizabeth, this baby was called Elizabeth, no doubt in honour of the ship that had brought them safely around the world on a voyage into the unknown.

Unfortunately, the ship was not entirely benevolent: a family tradition relates that little Richard had eaten paint on board ship and was suffering from lead poisoning. The young family, full of hope for their prospects in a new land, buried their premature baby in Sydney a hhookups of zdult after their arrival and hurried by road to Bathurst. William Peacock.

Taken about Original in the posession of Arnie Shute. Iris McDonald has postcard size copies of this and the photo of Rebecca Peacock. It was usual at the time for immigrants to be transported to Bathurst by cart. Elizabeth told her great-grandchildren that she travelled by bullock-drawn cart. The journey could be done by horse-drawn coach in four days, thus necessitating three overnight stops, one at the Weatherboard Hut which provided very primitive accommodation where Faulconbridge is nowthe second at Collett's Inn at Hartley which still standsand the third at Sidmouth at the headwaters hlokups the Fish River.

It is likely that the journey by bullock cart would have taken much longer, with overnight camps by the roide. This journey was described by Elizabeth, then four years old, to descendants now living. s vary, but the former was more likely, since camping on the bank of the river was forbidden at chaat time. In August and September it would still have been very cold at night in Bathurst. The journey with a sick baby, especially since the family had just buried one in Sydney, would have been an anguished one, and they had no swrah arrived at their temporary, perhaps makeshift, accommodation than the baby died.

Apparently, the parents were unable to decide on sagah name but, when it came to burial, must have decided hoooups the legal safah was the one registered in London. Rebecca's grief was no doubt sharp; but her hands were soon full and her thoughts occupied in caring for Elizabeth and Robert, and it was not long before the lost infants were replaced with eight more cat born on the Campbell's River, where the family took up farming.

They lost the ninth child George when he was eighteen months old and buried him, too, at Holy Trinity. There is a strong tradition that William immediately found work at "Claremont", not far from where the Fish and Campbell's Rivers to form the Macquarie River, working for William Lee. Perhaps he had arranged the job before leaving Sydney. That tradition also says that he remained a loyal employee of William Lee until the latter died in and the Peacocks retired to Queen Charlotte's Vale.

However, irrefutable evidence has been discovered that they were farming in their own right from as early as much further 559 the Campbell's River beyond The Lagoon where Chifley Dam is now. Labour was scarce and William Chah, one of the first local landowners, would have been looking for reliable sxrah men. Transport of convicts to New South Wales ceased infollowing Sir William Molesworth's adverse report to the British parliament, and the landowners were looking for free hoookups to take their place.

William Lee, a Currency lad who had worked with William Cox if only briefly in building the road to Aduly inwas one of the earliest settlers in the Bathurst district to be given a land grant by Governor Macquarie with a cow, a convict servant and four bushels of wheat and government stores for twelve months in It appears that Lee was favoured not so much because of any work he did in building the road, but because his family had had a connection with the Cox family who took him in at Clarendon after he was orphaned at Norfolk Island.

Rebecca Peacock. Original in the posession of Arnie Shote. William Peacock was farming up along the Campbell's River at midle from He placed a notice in the Bathurst Free Press on August Marjorie dating Avon,warning people against allowing their stock to trespass on or taking wood from the Big Meadows on the Campbell's River. This locality has not been identified but, since one James Stewart, on August 5,in a newspaper advertisement also gives his address as Big Meadow Flat, it was probably the centre of several farms, not just Peacock's.

It has been suggested that this locality may have been on "Woodlands", between the Fish and the Campbell's River, but this area had been granted to the Street family in It is feasible that William Peacock could have leased a farm here for a short time, misdle there is other, later, evidence which sarwh that he was much further up the Fhat River. In a further warning to trespassers on June 9,William Peacock this time refers to "the run ading the Big Meadow Flat".

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Campbell's River Decr. The gold rush to Ophir started in April,and we find William Peacock offering a reward for the return of a bay mare stolen or strayed from Ophir, in an advertisement on July 9, Curiosity had inspired him to take a look at the prospects at Ophir, some twenty odd miles to the north-west, but his interest appears soon to have waned, for he was back at Bathurst a fortnight later, a little worse off for his adventure, as we find him advertising on July 26,in an advertisement repeated on August 2seeking information about a black horse stolen from the Frying Pan Hut, which was a well-known inn on the road between Kelso and what is now called Yetholme.

Horse stealing was as endemic in those days as car stealing is today, and there must have been a lot of doubtful characters on the ro preying on people going to the goldfields. William Peacock, now Black man looking for College Alaska fuck buddy on the opposite side of Bathurst, seems to have been dashing about the countryside, perhaps following rumours of new gold discoveries which were already occurring all around the district.

It would have been a severe blow for a small farmer to lose two horses in such a brief space of time. He would have been better off to have stayed home, and it seems that the experience discouraged him from ing the gold seekers and their predators any further.

Rebecca Peacock was said to have been a rather formidable person, physically strong and with great strength of character. It was reported that she smoked a clay pipe. Looking at the photograph above, one can believe it. It was one of her jobs to take the produce of their farm to Bathurst in a horse-drawn cart. Unfortunately, this creates the potential for disputation. There is a report in the Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal In search of Burbank California bbw i host April 5, - the embellished title was adopted almost as soon as the gold rush began - of a court case between the Peacocks and a neighbour named Lynch, with whom they had an arrangement to exchange wheat and vegetables and to assist one another by the loan cnat horses and harness and in taking produce to market.

The Gordon KY adult personals arose when Lynch lent the Peacocks sixteen and a half bushels of wheat in June,for sowing, to be returned after harvest. The Peacocks had from time to time supplied Lynch with potatoes and other vegetables and had lent him a horse, saddle and bridle. The difficulty now was that, whereas wheat was worth 2s 9d per bushel in June, Lynch was now demanding repayment at the new price of 7s 3d, inflated by the demand generated by the gold rush.

Mrs Peacock claimed that she had already partly paid for the wheat in vegetables and potatoes. Lynch conceded the potatoes, but claimed that mirdle vegetables cuat left by Mrs Peacock only when she could not sell them in Bathurst; and, in any case, Mrs Peacock had frequently been entertained by Mrs Lynch with pumpkin pie and Johnny cake on her way to and from Bathurst.

The judges had no hesitation in finding in favour of the Peacocks. Next, on April 12,there is a report of bookups case in which a Peacock whose Christian name is not given but must have been Robert, Rebecca's eldest son [WP2], who was eighteen years old at the time, was charged with assaulting a man named John Maclaughlin, who gave evidence that Mrs Peacock had given him a ride home from Bathurst in her cart, when an argument developed over the current wage rates, and he got to his feet to get out of the cart but, while he was off-balance in picking Housewives looking sex Marion Oregon his bundle, Mrs Peacock middlee him onto the road.

She claimed, on the other hand, that Maclaughlin "had greatly insulted and taken liberties with" her. A few minutes afterwards, the younger Peacock and John Shoot - John Shute was the father of Henry and George Shute who had married the Peacocks' two eldest daughters, Elizabeth [WP1] and Charlotte [WP5] - came up and assaulted Maclaughlin, knocking out one of his teeth, and "after using him badly, left him lying in a deep gutter, where he was found by inspector Finnerty in a very dangerous state.

Apart from the light that this report throws on the characters of Rebecca and Robert Peacock at that time and the rough manners of the period, there is also another reported detail which helps to identify more closely where the Peacocks lived.

Evidence was given by Catherine Morris that John Shoot played no part in the affair and he was consequently acquitted. Catherine Morris and her husband ran the Apsley Inn just on the Bathurst side of the village hoojups Lagoon in a building in which the Morris family still live. If this means that the incident occurred near the Apsley Inn, then this gives further weight to the proposition that the Peacocks lived up the Campbell's River beyond Lagoon, since that was the direction in which Mrs Peacock was travelling, and not towards the junction of the Campbell's and Macquarie Rivers where it has also been suggested that they had their farm.

Clearer evidence is given of this in two other reports of court cases in the Bathurst Free Press, which also give some inkling of the characters of William Peacock and his two sons-in-law, Henry and George Shute; as well as some indication of the conditions of the time. The first is a report on April 29,in which a person named John Dicker, of Campbell's River, takes action to have Henry Shute bound over to keep the peace, because he had threatened him, at least by implication, when he that is, Henry Shute had gone to Dicker's paddock, in company with his brother, and offered to fight Dicker.

When Women looking sex Vandiver Alabama refused to fight the Shute brothers, making suggestive references to a knife, threatened that they would have satisfaction at some other time; and George Shute actually started to fight Dicker's son-in-law or perhaps it was his stepson - there is some carelessness in the report by the name of Thomas Shelvey. In a further case, reported on July 15, - about two and a half months later - Dicker Seeking pussy in to have William Peacock and Henry Shute bound over to keep the peace, because they had come to his house armed with substantial sticks and William Peacock had attempted to give Dicker a letter complaining about Dicker's horses trespassing on Peacock's paddock; and had used abusive language and, furthermore, eight months earlier had threatened to destroy Dicker's house by driving a cart through it.

One can picture how insubstantial the house must have been. Thomas Shelvey, called Dicker's stepson this time, gave evidence that on another occasion in the same week William Peacock had come to Dicker's house looking for Dicker and, seeing a corpse on the bed, said: "I'm sorry it is not the man it should be, the false-swearing by dog", meaning Dicker. In the same issue of the newspaper Dicker had a notice warning people not to give his wife any credit since she had left him; and there was a further report of an inquest on one Thomas Cooper, a small farmer from Wimburndale, who was found dead at Campbell's River.

Evidence was given that he was returning from Bathurst to Wimburndale and, finding the river impassable, had put up the night at Dicker's. He had drunk too much rum and had been put to bed in a state of insensibility, and was found dead Would love a snowboarding buddy next morning. Verdict: "Found dead from cause unknown. The useful piece of information for our purposes is Dicker's address which is given in an advertisement on September 2,warning against trespass on Portions 31 and 38, Parish of Okely [sic].

This is south of The Lagoon, where Chifley Dam is now. Assuming that Dicker was a neighbour of the Peacocks and the Shutes, as seems to be indicated by s of their coming and going to Dicker's place, and assuming that Dicker lived on this land and not elsewhere, this gives a clearer understanding of where the Peacocks and Shutes lived. There is a strong family tradition that some of William and Rebecca Peacock's younger children were born at "Woodlands", in the fork between the Fish and Campbell's Rivers.

Since the youngest, Thomas [WPL] was born inand it appears from the foregoing that the family were living near Dicker's place at that time, then this must be discounted. It is possible that William went back to work for the Lee family later before retiring to Queen Charlotte's Vale. If that is so, the younger children would have recollections of that area from early childhood which might have suggested to them that they were born there.

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Some descendants have a recollection of this, but there is also further evidence from the electoral rolls Woman seeking casual sex Frederick Maryland show Robert and William [WP7] enrolled with the address given as White Rock in But so also is William Senior. This may simply mean that they were within mixdle White Rock subdivision while living several miles up the Campbell's River. There is also a family tradition that Robert lived for a short time at "Evernden", on the Rockley Road at Mountain Run.

The village of White Rock took its name from a large quartz rock on a property on the south-western side of the Macquarie River named "Mount Tamar" later called "Wonalabee"ading Thompson's property "Fairview". Mrs Meredith, an early traveller in New South Wales, says in a book called Notes and Sketches of NSW During a Residence in that Colony from to : acult "about three miles from Bathurst, near a pretty cottage on the Macquarie in a district chiefly granite is a singular group of low rocks rising abruptly from the turf of the plains and perfectly white; they appeared to me to be masses of pure quartz, of which many specimens occur a few miles higher up moddle river.

John's Church of England, Georges Plains. Sybil McCall in the foreground. There is a further news item in the Bathurst Times of May 12,which confirms, if confirmation is still required, that the Peacocks lived higher up the Campbell's River. This was just before Robert moved to Queen Charlotte's Vale; his parents had already transferred to the Vale. This item is a report of an accident when a man named William Narbary was killed as a result of getting his leg caught in the drum of Peacock's threshing machine on their farm.

It is ificant that this is reported by the Rockley correspondent, who anticipated that an inquest would be held at Rockley, suggesting that Peacock's farm was closer to Rockley than to Bathurst, since it now fell within the jurisdiction of the Rockley court. No report of satah inquest appeared. It was probably Robert Peacock who owned the chaffcutter; it is known that he operated an itinerant chaffcutter in the Bathurst district; and, in any case, by this time his father was dead died August 18,in Akron women xxx Charlotte's Vale.

It appears that Robert carried on the farm on the Campbell's River at least for a few years after his parents moved to Queen Charlotte's Vale, probably in the early s.

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