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Re: James & Jane Peacock
Posted by: Donna Bordage (ID *****5646) Date: February 11, 2013 at 17:06:20
In Reply to: James & Jane Peacock by mindy dufault of 2348

Hi Mindy, just seeing your message.....have not used this forum for some time.

If your still in need of info on the Peacock family, please let me know.

I am a decendant of William Peacock, eldest brother of your David Peacock.


James H PEACOCK born about 1808 Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland, died 17 Apr 1890, Williamsburg, Stanley, NB
- married abt. 1833 Jane UNKNOWN born about 1812, Ireland, died 30 Nov 1888, Williamsburg, Stanley, NB

1.William John PEACOCK born 19 Jan 1835 Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland, died 17 Jun 1927 age 91
+ married 25 Jul or 3 Aug 1861 Mary Jane SMITH born 16 Oct 1837/1839, Stanley, NB, died 2 Mar 1904 daughter of William J SMITH and Jane Moore)

2.James PEACOCK born 25 Jun 1837 Coleraine
- married 6 May 1869 in Douglas, NB Sarah Matilda WHITE

3.Martha Jane PEACOCK born 1840 Coleraine

4. David W. PEACOCK born 1842 Coleraine, died 23 Sep 1923, Stanley, NB
- married 7 Mar 1870 Clementine WHITE

5.Nathaniel PEACOCK born 1847 Coleraine, Londonderry, Ireland (not mentioned in the book Irish Immigration……)therefore not confirmed!

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