About George Daniel Peacock
Birth: Jul. 30, 1822, Farndale East, North, Yorkshire, England
Death: Sep. 29, 1878, Manti, Sanpete County, Utah, USA
GEORGE DANIEL PEACOCK, son of George Peacock and Mary Noddings, was born in England July 30, 1822. The family removed to Canada, where his father died in 1831. His mother married John Clark, and in 1837, the family removed to the United States, locating in Missouri.
The next year they went to Iowa, where George, afterward known as "Judge Peacock," married Sarah Lowry April l4, 1840.
In July of that year he was baptized in the Mormon Church and went to Nauvoo, Illinois, where he volunteered as a guard to the prophet Joseph Smith. In 1846 he left with the Saints and assisted in building the first ferry boat to cross the Missouri River at Council Bluffs. He came to Utah in 1850 and located at Manti.
He served as Probate Judge and a member of the Territorial Legislature. He was the first postmaster in Manti. He performed a mission to England and was adjudant of the Sanpete military district during the Black Hawk war. He had three wives: Sarah, Mary and Sarah Belle, and left twenty-nine children.
Mary Noddings Peacock Clark (1797 - 1858)
Mary Artimesia Lowry Peacock 1834 - 1910
Sarah Belle Peacock 1839 - 1927
Sarah C. Lowry Peacock 1820 - 1892
Daniel Movell Peacock ___ - 1895
William Henry Peacock 1842 - 1910
Alice Abigail Peacock Snow 1852 - 1889
John Lowry Peacock 1855 - 1918
Brigham James Peacock 1858 - 1920
Willard Peacock 1860 - 1937
Susan Lucretia Peacock Richards 1861 - 1961
Clarence Abner Peacock 1864 - 1918
Lilla Bell Peacock 1864 - 1865
William George Peacock 1865 - 1945
Rosabella Peacock 1866 - 1867
Delroy Lynn Peacock 1874 - 1933
Mary Luella Peacock Tennant 1879 - 1902
Maintained by: Scott Keele
Originally Created by: Dawnetta
Record added: Oct 20, 2009
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