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Henry Earl Cartwright Peacock

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Henry Earl Cartwright Peacock (1866-1938) of Peacock and Binnington

1866 Born the son of Dennis Peacock

Educated at Knaresborough Grammar School

Apprenticed to Joseph Cartwright of Long Sutton

Worked for James Nelson and Sons, Leeds

Partner in Hirst, Leech and Peacock

1889 Employed by the Hull Cart and Wagon Co

1894 Formed Peacock and Binnington

1898 Married at Dawsmere to Mary Allen Wright. 'On the 24th Feb., at Dawsmere church, Lincolnshire (by the Rev. J. Coates, Vicar) Henry E. C. Peacock (of Peacock and Binnington, Hull), second son the late Dennis Peacock, Esq., of Knaresbrough, Yorkshire, to Mary Allen Wright, second daughter of the late Richard Kilnam Wright, Esq., Gedney Marsh (formerly Whaplode) Lincolnshire.'[1]

1899 Birth of son Henry Allen Peacock

c1901 Birth of son Dennis Peacock

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Sources of Information

  1. Stamford Mercury - Friday 04 March 1898