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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #18 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:57 BST (UK) »



This lot should give you something to go on .. Ellen and Charlotte's parents in 1851:

1851 census:
HO107/2105, Folio 98, Page 30

Lincolnshire, Fiskerton

Henry Peacock, h. mar, 48, Wood Dealer, Yorks, Hull
Ellen, wife, mar, 35, b. Lincs, Newball
John, son, unm, 17, Fathers Assistant, Lincs, Fiskerton
Mary Ann, dau, unm, 23, Dress Maker, b. Lincs, Fiskerton
Joseph Cutts, serv, unm, 20, General Servant, b. Lincs, Eagle
   
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« Reply #19 on: Friday 10 April 09 20:59 BST (UK) »
Oops - I think I had Henry as a Wool dealer! Well there was a shepherd living nearby  ;D
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« Reply #20 on: Friday 10 April 09 21:02 BST (UK) »
Charles (William's son) is a labourer on the railway in 1901 - lots of children - wonder who got the farm eventually?
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #21 on: Friday 10 April 09 21:03 BST (UK) »

Ellen was a widow in 1881 .. !  :-\

Death, Jun qtr, 1879
Henry Peacock, age   77   
Lincoln, Vol, 7a, page 345

Oops - I think I had Henry as a Wool dealer! Well there was a shepherd living nearby  ;D

I'd better go and double check .. !  ;D   
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #22 on: Friday 10 April 09 21:06 BST (UK) »
Wood...wool...all the same  ;D

I wonder how the Lincs PEACOCKs and the Northants INKLEs met?

It seems stranger and stranger to me...a Wood Dealer? Would he own some land and sell the trees on?

Thanks again  :)

ADDED - yes, I wonder where the farm went?
***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
WRIGGLESWORTH - Durham

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #23 on: Friday 10 April 09 22:12 BST (UK) »



In my experience the majority of people who farmed land in the 1800's didn't actually own the land or the house .. this was usually owned by an estate in the area.

We live in a rural area and most of the houses and all the nearby farms during that time, were owned by a member of the landed gentry.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landed_gentry
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #24 on: Friday 10 April 09 22:50 BST (UK) »
Thank you Pels for the Wiki link, very interesting...

Still that old family history problem, more questions than answers, I can see William renting out a farm but he would need some money behind him...I wonder where that came from?



***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
WRIGGLESWORTH - Durham

General Middlesbrough history esp. Irish community 1800s

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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #25 on: Friday 10 April 09 22:53 BST (UK) »
I've been trying to find the farm but no luck. Present day Fiskerton Fen is in the area of South Ferry Rd- seems to be the only site I can find mention of South rather than Ferry Rd so the land may not have been that brilliant for farming- have to confess I know nothing about the land though  ::)
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Re: William INCKLE - the farmer
« Reply #26 on: Saturday 11 April 09 00:03 BST (UK) »
Thank you again  :)

We need a farming expert, methinks!
***INKLE, INKLES, INCKLE (and variants)***- anywhere

CARR - Durham, Northumberland
CHARLTON - Durham
DUNNIGAN - Middlesbrough
HUNTER - Durham
KINLIN - Middlesbrough, Lancashire?
MALLOWES - Yorkshire, Norfolk, Suffolk
MOORE - Middlesbrough, North Riding Yorkshire
TOWERS - Yorkshire, Leicestershire
WRIGGLESWORTH - Durham

General Middlesbrough history esp. Irish community 1800s