Peacock, Thomas

SOCIETY FOR CONSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION: Thomas Peacock of Holborn Bridge proposed member 5.10.1792 by John Walford 2nded John Horne Tooke
Josiah Peacock monument in Paul's meeting house Taunton born 19.6.1695 died 31.3.1775 (Joshua Toulmin's History of Taunton 1822). His wife was probably Mary dau of John Brown sergemaker of Taunton (Somerset Heritage Centre DD\MY/7). He was a member of Socy for Promoting Religious Knowledge among Poor from 1758. A Thomas Peacock was appr to Nathaniel Taylor of the Ironmongers Company 1754, if this was the SCI member he later transferred to the Carpenters company. Samuel son of Josiah Peacock shopkeeper of Taunton appr 23.10.1755 to John Hoare of Pewterers Co. Mary dau of Josiah Peacock late of Taunton Dean freedom of Musicians Co by redemption  6.4.1756. George son of Josiah Peacock of Taunton linendraper & grocer appr 3.2.1758 to John Jackson of Haberdashers Co. Kent's directory 1771 Thomas Peacock, glass warehouse, Blackfriars. Liverymen 1776 Thos Peacock carpenters co glass seller Blackfriars, Samuel Peacock pewterers co glass seller Fleet Market. Lowndes directory 1776 Thomas Peacock glass warehouse 2 Barlows Bldgs, Blackfriars, Leeson & Peacock glass sellers 46 Fleet Market. SunFire 1777 Samuel Peacock potter 46 Fleet Market, Samuel Peacock took appr 15.9.1778 Apsley Pellatt (brother of Thomas Pellatt QV*) premium £150. 1780 Thomas Peacock dealer in china, glass & earthenware 54 Borough (1781 at 15 Borough), 1782 Samuel Peacock glass seller 46 Fleet Market. Morn Chron 7.8.1783 Thomas & Samuel Peacock (brothers) moved from 15 Borough to 46 Holborn Bridge. Thomas Peacock of Pewterers Co (another move of company?) took appr 1783 Daniel Dorman. London Gazette 31.12.1785 partnership dissolved between Samuel & Thomas Peacock. SunFire 1785 George & Thomas Peacock dealers in china, glass and earthenware 46 Fleet Market. London directories Samuel Peacock 46 Holborn Bridge to 1787, 46 Fleet Market from 1788. SunFire 1788 George Peacock Holborn Bridge glassman trustee of estate of William Bacchus (will PCC 1788) late of Upper Thames St dealer in china. Whitehall Evening Post 27.6.1789 Thomas Peacock of Holborn Bridge glass manufacturer married Sarah sister of John Holland of India House (St Andrew by the Wardrobe 25.6.1789). Samuel Peacock age 70 of Holborn bur 5.2.1793 at Elim Chapel (general baptist) Fetter Lane. Old Bailey 5.12.1798 George Peacock partner with George Madgwick Davison (father of Alfred Davidson 1812-1881 see en.wikipedia) glassmen Fleet Market. There was also a Josiah Peacock warehouseman with George Freer at 46 Gutter Lane 1771-1772, auctioneer 13 Lothbury 1773-1775 and at 29 Princes St, Mansion House 1775-1776 who was perhaps another brother. Josiah Peacock & Cornelius Gill merchants of London went bankrupt (Morn Post 13.7.1801) and a Josiah Peacock was bur 9.2.1803 Bunhill Fields. not yet found Thomas Peacock's death or children if any.