James A. Peacock
James A. Peacock was Richard White's 3-great uncle. His father was Alexander Peacock,
Jr., and his mother was Elizabeth Sellers, who was a sister of Richard
White's 2-great grandfather Jacob Benjamin Sellers. Turn to:
Elizabeth Sellers and
Alexander Peacock were married in Pulaski County, Georgia, in 1833.
James A. Peacock was enrolled in the Thomas County Seventeenth Patriots,
Company K of the 29th Georgia Infantry Regiment, as a private, on 4 October
1861. He died of fever on 10 July 1862.
NOTE: In the 1850 census for Thomas County, Georgia, Allen and James Peacock
appeared in the household of William Sasser and his wife Sarah.
Sarah was Sarah Davis, a sister of Richard White's 2-great grandfather
Jonas B. Davis.
same census of 1850 the Alexander and Elizabeth Peacock household was
enumerated in both Baker County, Georgia (on 2 January 1850) and Thomas
County, Georgia (on 14 August 1850). It's clearly the same
household, but "William Cellers" age
76 (i.e. born about 1774), who was there said to have been born in
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, appears in the household only in the
Baker County census. This was William Sellers, the father
of Elizabeth Sellers Peacock and Jacob Benjamin Sellers.
In the 1840 census for Thomas County, Georgia, William Sellars'
household was listed four away from that of Alexander Peacock,
Jr. Alexander Peacock, Sr.'s family was enumerated in the 1830
census for Pulaski County, Georgia.
Jonas B. Davis was my mother's father's father's father.
Jacob Benjamin Sellers was my father's mother's father's father.
Acknowledgments: Martha Rainey identified Alexander
Peacock, Jr., and Elizabeth Sellers' family. Georgia L. Fletcher
surveyed the census data related to the family.
This page was created by Richard
White on 7 June 2005.
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