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Peacock - 17th-19th Century

Peacock - 17th-19th Century

Posted: 28 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 2:43AM GMT
Surnames: Peacock
Seeking more info on my GGGranfather's line. He was Dr. Rufus Wiley Peacock b 1827, NC to TN, son of Wiley Peacock (B. abt 1796 NC, d TN) and Lefa (b1804 NC), son of Jesse Peacock (b ca. 1747 Johnston, NC, d. ca. 1804) and Elizabeth (b 1760 d aft. 1820) m. abt 1777-78 (2nd marriage Mary Hill (1783-1875), son of John Peacock (b 1710/15 Wayne, NC) and Patience Raiford (b. ca. 1724, Wayne, d. ca. 1808) m. 1744 Wayne, son of Samuel Peacock (1680-1740 - Raleigh, VA to Chowan, NC) and Mary (Taylor) Stringfellow (b. abt 1680 d 1719), m. 1700. I would appreciate exchanging info with anyone in this line. - Ray
Posted: 29 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 Jan 2004 9:15PM GMT
Surnames: Peacock, Holmes, Stansill
Ray,

I am not a family member, but I do have some books of transcribed records for Johnston County. In a book title Kinsfolk of Johnston Co. Abstracts of Deed 1759-1825 by Elizabeth E. Ross there is this entry:

16 Feb. 1811 Elizabeth Peacock Senr, Jesse Peacock, Daniel Peacock, Elizabeth Peacock Jr, Selah Holmes & Benj Holmes, Priscilla Stansill, Godfrey Stansill, Zeplha Peacock, & Wiley Peacock of Wayne County sell to John Peacock of Johnston County for 5 sh. each... 110 ac. on run of Watery Branch, adj. John Fellows, Simon Pearce & Ephriam Pearce...
Wit: Fredrick Holmes, Samuel Copeland Feb. Ct. 1813

Hope this helps you out.
Posted: 30 Aug 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Jun 2001 2:43AM GMT
Surnames: Peacock, Holmes, Stansill
Yes it does help - thanks so much Victor. This is only the 2nd reference I've found in my research to Wiley Peacock, my GGG Grandfather. First was listing in a War of 1812 roster. Your info gives me names of husbands of two of his sisters, Selah and Priscilla - one more piece of the puzzle - Thanks again. - Ray

Horton Family

Jan Neal (View posts)
Posted: 8 Oct 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: HORTON
Ray: I wonder if your HORTON family comes from Johnston Co., NC? I just learned that my ggg-grandmother was Mary Melvina HORTON, m. Robert KING. Robert was born in Johnston Co., NC, in 1791; I am not sure about Mary. They had a son, Lewis Aleck KING. They ended up in S. GA, and then their descendants went on to Madison Co., FL. Are you or anyone you know researching the HORTON family? Thank you. Jan

PEACOCK

Posted: 8 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 20 Mar 2006 12:44AM GMT
Surnames: LEWIS, WINBORNE, FULGHUM, PRICE, HIGH
Some information I've run across in searching my lines.
Hope it helps.

Descendants of Zadock Peacock

1 Zadock Peacock b: Abt. 1824 +Eliza C Winborne b: Abt. 1822 ----------------------------------------------------
Nash County Marriages:
Peacock, Alvin Spouse : Williams, Elizabeth

Marriage date : Apr 28, 1838
----------------------------------------------
Casandra J Peacock
+Griffen Lewis

Re: Horton Family

Posted: 12 Feb 2002 10:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Mar 2002 1:09AM GMT
I'm hoping you might have info on a John Horton and Nancy Hill who married in Wake Co. ca. 1840. Her parents were Henry Hill and Mary Brown Hill. Do you have any info on this family.
Thanks
Donna

Re: Horton Family

Posted: 12 Feb 2002 11:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 15 Feb 2002 5:04PM GMT
Surnames: Horton, Peacock
Wish I could help, but HORTON is the one side of the family I know virtually nothing about. My grandfather was an orphan, and I don't have his ancestry yet. - Ray
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