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Re: Peacocks So. GA and Florida mid to late 1800s
Posted by: Robert Chancey Date: September 10, 2001 at 19:29:23
In Reply to: Re: Peacocks So. GA and Florida mid to late 1800s by Judy Garner of 96

Yes Judy, this is the same line. I do not show Henry Easterling's second wife, Sophia Lee, Just Nancy Hunter.

The information I have recieved for these Peacocks back to Samuel in NC is pretty accurate it appears, but I am only interested primarialy in the decendents of James T and Mary 'Polly' Chancy of course.

I also do not have Henrys children. Perhaps there were none by his first wife Nancy Hunter?.

Here is all I have for Henry:

Descendants of Henry Easterling Peacock

1 Henry Easterling Peacock b: Abt. 1821 in McIntosh County, Georgia d: Abt. 1894 in Manatee County, Florida
. +Nancy Hunter b: Abt. 1820 d: 1862 in Hamilton County, Florida m: February 03, 1842 in Ware County, Georgia

I have a file in wordpad.rtf with some general Peacock information that was sent to me when I first started looking for James and Mary. It only has Isham Samuel Peacock born April 16, 1816 who married Keziah Walker 1838 in Pierce County Georgia as a child of John and Elizabeth Peacock. John and Elizabeth had 6 children, including James T.

If the Polk County archives has anything concerning Mary L 'Polly' Peacock, the widow of James T Peacock, son of John and Elizabeth Peacock, I would certainly be interested.

If you would like a copy of this file, I will be happy to mail it to you.

Regards, Robert


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