Mary Tarr

F, #1390, b. 8 November 1864, d. 13 May 1936
Father*William Tarr b. Mar 1825, d. 10 May 1895
Mother*Mary Carmoody b. 12 Oct 1824, d. 17 Dec 1907
Mary Tarr was born on Tuesday, 8 November 1864 at London, Middlesex Co., England. She was found on a passenger list with William Tarr on 11 May 1870 on board the AVON, departing from London, Middlesex Co., England. She is listed as: Tarr, Mary, single, female, age 6, English. Here are images of the passenger list. She appeared in the household of William Tarr on the census of April 1871 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. She is listed as: Tarr, Mary, female, age 6, born England, English origin, Catholic. She appeared in the household of William Tarr on the census of April 1881 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. She is recorded as: Tarr, Mary, female, age 16, born England, Baptist, English origin, Apprentice Dressmaker. Mary and George Augustus Peacock, son of George Peacock and Jane Peacock, were married by Reverend Elmore Harris on Wednesday, 25 November 1885 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. They were both recorded as being single. He was age 23, born Toronto, lather, and she was age 21, born London, England. Elizabeth Tarr and G. Bromley witnessed the marriage. She appeared in the household of William Tarr on the census of 8 May 1891 at St. Patrick's Ward, Toronto (West), York Co., Ontario, Canada. She is listed as: Peacock, Mary, female, age 26, married, daughter, born England, both parents born England, Baptist, able to read and write. She appeared in the household of George Augustus Peacock on the census of April 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. She is listed as: Peacock, Mary, female, white, wife, married, born 8 Nov. 1865 in England, age 35, immigrated in 1870, of English origin, Methodist, able to read, write and speak English. She appeared in the household of George Augustus Peacock on the census of April 1911 at 834 Victor Street, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She is recorded as: Peacock, Mary, female, wife, married, born Nov. 1864 in England, age 48, immigrated 1870, of English origin, Canadian nationality, Congregationalist, not working, able to read, write and speak English. She was found on a boarder crossing list on 22 August 1916 at Port of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She is recorded as: Peacock, Mary, age 32, female, married, housekeeper, able to read and write, Canadian Nationality, English origin, last permanent residence was Victoria, BC, closest relative in country coming from was daughter Edna Peacock, Victoria, final destination Seattle, in possession of $190, passage paid by self, last visit to US was Feb 1914 for work/visit, not a Polygamist, not an Anarchist, sound health, not crippled, 5'2" tall, medium complexion, gray hair, brown eyes, 135 lbs, no marks of distinction, born London England, landed Montreal Quebec June 1867. Myrtle Percilla Peacock and Robert Tarr Peacock were travelling with her. Mary Peacock filed for divorce from George Augustus Peacock on 20 September 1916 at Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA, for desertion. She appeared as head of the household on the census of 17 January 1920 at 4150 49'th Ave. S. W., Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. She is recorded as: Peacock, Mary, head, owns home, mortgaged, female, white, age 55, married, immigrated 1906, able to read and write, born England of English origin, both parents born England of English origin, able to speak English, not employed. Nick Nicklos and family are listed right below Mary and family. Robert Tarr Peacock and Ella Lillian Peacock also appeared in the household. She appeared as head of the household on the census of 7 April 1930 at 4150 49'th Ave. S.W., Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. She is listed as: Peacock, Mary, head, owns home, mortgaged for $800, no radio, female, white, age 65, divorced, able to read and write, born England, father and mother born England, immigrated in 1915, alien, not working, able to speak English. George Augustus Peacock and Myrtle Percilla Hedman also appeared in the household. Mary died on Wednesday, 13 May 1936 at 35 Jane Street, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 71 years, 6 months and 5 days due to cerebral haemorrhage, caused by hypertension and arterio sclerosis. She also suffered from senility. George Augustus Peacock was listed as the informant. Dr. (?) Kerr was the attending physician. She was buried on Friday, 15 May 1936 at Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada.

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George Augustus Peacock b. Jan 1863
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