Peacock [160501]

14 January 1832: To grocers, shopkeepers and others. To be sold by auction, by John Martin, on Thursday 19 January 1832, and following day, on the premises of Messrs Adams & Peacock, Towcester, Northamptonshire, who have dissolved partnership: The whole of the remaining stock of grocery, &c., &c.: comprising Souchong, Congou, Hyson and Twankay teas, 36 cwt coffee, moist and loaf sugars, treacle, tobacco and snuff; soap, starch, blue, pepper, pimento, mace, cloves, nutmegs, ginger, mustard, groats, pins, carraway seeds, Carolina and ground rice, Valentia and Turkey raisins, currants, saltpetre, candy, juice, barley sugar, peppermint lozenges, sago, ising-glass, cream tartar, Epsom salts, soda water, mops, dust, dairy, and shoe brushes, broom and scrub heads, Dutch twine, gunpowder, shot, flints, lard, cheese, salt butter, vinegar, ground alum, hops, 2½ firkins of tar, paste, Brunswick, and liquid blacking, Mexican jet lead, brown and cap paper, pattens, salting lead, pipes, baskets, whiting, besoms, casks, wheelbarrow, one quarter of barley, tilted cart, large beam and scale, and a number of other articles. The sale to commence at 11 o’clock. The goods will be put in convenient lots for the accommodation of purchasers.

27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers of property in South Hamlet: Henry Peacock, for a house in Spa Road.

June 1928: Holy Cross Mission Church: ‘C.L.B. Lieut. George Peacock has been promoted Captain.’

August 1928: Holy Cross Mission Church: C.L.B. Notes: The Shooting Competition which has been held, has been won by L.-Cp. Ford with a score of 20 out of 25 possible. The handicap was won by Sergeant Pearson. The medals for the competition were handed over by Mrs Bostock after a successful Church Parade which was held on Sunday, July 8th … G. W. Peacock

Old Scholar T. E. Peacock played in Old Scholars’ Cricket Match 9 June 1930:

December 1945: Candidate for family membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: R. Peacock, 61 Leopold Road, Liverpool 7

15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mr B. H. G. Peacock, 4 Pattenden Crescent, East Peckham, night watchman; and against Charles Thomas Peacock, 239 Goswell Road, E.C., gold blocker

4 October 1963: David Peacock, stage manager, Covent Garden Opera

1994: Pat Peacock, clairvoyant