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PEACOCKs, New Jersey line

PEACOCKs, New Jersey line

Posted: 26 Jan 2004 3:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Does anyone have access to immigration records in New Jersey to see when the Peacocks arrived in NJ from Scotland?

Re: PEACOCKs, New Jersey line

Posted: 12 Mar 2004 7:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Peacock, White, Williams, Shore, Sisk, Robbins, Vitha
Hi,
I have ancestors of Peacocks, that lived in New Jersey, actually several of them and they came from Scotland....

If you'd like to talk more about it or have anything more questions to ask, Please let me know email me at tvitha@adelphia.net

Re: PEACOCKs, New Jersey line

Posted: 6 Jan 2011 6:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Peacock, Rulon, Donaldson, Soper, Goodin.
What's your timeline? My Peacocks came from New Jersey also but I haven't been able to trace them any further back. I have Thomas Peacock born 1790 in Monmouth Co, New Jersey. He Married Marcy Rulon

Re: PEACOCKs, New Jersey line

Posted: 29 Dec 2011 10:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Peacock
My maternal great, great, grandfather was a New Jersey born PEACOCK. His name was Thomas H. Peacock, born in FEB 1847 according to data in the 1900 census. He lived in Philadelphia for the most part of his life, was a physician. He ended up back in New Jersey (Collingswood, Camden) still as a physician according to the 1910 census. He Married a Malinda (or Melinda) (maiden name unknown). She showed up on the 1920 census in NY, living with one of their children (daughter Blanchette) as a widow. I want to find Thomas' father, I am also interested in data regrading his death. And any living members of one of their 4 children (Thomas H. Jr., Charles Bertram, Blanchette, Linda May). Also looking for Malinda's maiden name, death place/date/etc. Thanks in advance, and hope this may help someone else as well.

Re: PEACOCKs, New Jersey line

Posted: 21 Mar 2012 8:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
John Peacock b. 1698 Scotland was kidnapped by a ship's sailors and brought to America. Sold as indentured servant, so their would be no immigration records. He was very young. First record of him in 1714 said that he sawed his first log, he must have been about 16 yrs old.
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