George Augustus Peacock
M, #1482, b. January 1863
George Augustus Peacock was born in January 1863 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. George and Mary Tarr, daughter of William Tarr and Mary Carmoody, 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. He appeared as head of the household on the census of April 1901 at Toronto, York Co., Ontario, Canada. He is listed as: Peacock, George, male, white, head, married, born January 1863 in Toronto, age 38, of Irish origin, Methodist, Builder, can read, write and speak English. Mary Peacock, Elizabeth Mary Peacock, Edna Irene Peacock, Wallace Elmore Peacock, Ella Lillian Peacock and Myrtle Percilla Peacock also appeared in the household. He appeared as head of the household on the census of April 1911 at 834 Victor Street, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He is recorded as: Peacock, George A, male, head, married, born Jan. 1869 in Ontario, age 48, of English origin, Canadian nationality, Congregationalist, working as a lather on houses, earnings not listed, has $1,000 in insurance, able to read, write and speak English. There were 10 roomers boarding in the house - 3 women, 7 men. Mary Peacock, Edna Irene Peacock, Wallace Elmore Peacock, Ella Lillian Peacock, Myrtle Percilla Peacock and Robert Tarr Peacock also appeared in the household. Mary Peacock filed for divorce from George Augustus Peacock on 20 September 1916 at Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA, for desertion. He appeared in the household of Mary Tarr on the census of 7 April 1930 at 4150 49'th Ave. S.W., Seattle, King Co., Washington, USA. He is recorded as: Peacock, George A, lodger, male, white, 68, divorced, able to read and write, born Canada, father and mother born Ireland, immigrated 1920, alien, able to speak English, employed as a Lather in buildings. He was listed as the informant of the death of Mary Peacock.
|Mary Tarr b. 8 Nov 1864, d. 13 May 1936|