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Wesley Peacock (twin to Wealthy) [Parents] 1 was born 2 on 24 Dec 1865 in Thomas co, GA. He died unknown. Wesley married 3 Edith Wing on 4 Jul 1903 in Chicago, Cook co, IL.

Other marriages:
Egg, Salina

"Wesley Peacock, next to the youngest of the family of nine, --- ."
"Immediately upon graduation Mr. (Wesley) Peacock went to Texas to join his older
brother, D. C. (Daniel Clayton) Peacock, also a graduate of the University of Georgia, who had preceded him to Texas by two years, and in Jasper-he was engaged for four years with his brother in conducting the South East Texas Male and Female College,
after which he superintended the public schools of Uvalde, Texas, for three years."
" --- in 1894 he established the Peacock School for Boys in San Antonio, Texas, which grew into the Peacock Military College, -- first school in Texas or any gulf state to be classed A by the war department."
"In 1911, after persuading congress to name Corpus Christi, Texas, as a site
of a marine school under government patronage, Professor Peacock established and
maintained in that city the Peacock Naval School in connection with the Peacock
Military School of San Antonio, obtaining from the navy department navy cutters
and other naval equipment."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

Edith Wing 1 died unknown. She married 2 Wesley Peacock (twin to Wealthy) on 4 Jul 1903 in Chicago, Cook co, IL.


John Howell Peacock (Sr) [Parents] 1 died unknown. He married Meda Perkins.

"John Howell Peacock was also a graduate of the University of Georgia. He was
head master for three years in Peacock's Military College at San Antonio, Texas,
after holding chair of mathematics in San Antonio's Female College. He is now
head master of Peacock's School for Boys, Atlanta, Georgia."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

Meda Perkins 1 died unknown. She married John Howell Peacock (Sr).

They had the following children:

  M i John Howell Peacock (Jr) 1 died unknown.
  F ii Evelyn Louise Peacock 1 died unknown.

Duncan D. Peacock [Parents] 1 was born 2 on 24 Feb 1859 in Thomas co, GA. He died 3 after 1913. Duncan married 4 Mary J. Reddick in Jun 1888 in [GA].

Mary J. Reddick [Parents] 1 was born 2 in Brooks co, GA. She died unknown. Mary married 3 Duncan D. Peacock in Jun 1888 in [GA].

They had the following children:

  M i Clayton Wesley Peacock 1 died unknown.

"Clayton was educated at Meridian Male College, Meridian, Mississippi. He is a successful teacher, and is at present the principal of the Union Point High School at Union Point, Georgia."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)
  F ii Moselle "Mosie" Mae Peacock 1 died unknown.

"Mosie Mae is a member of the graduating class of May, 1913, of Andrew Female College, at Cuthbert, Georgia."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)
  F iii Lois Elizabeth Peacock 1 was born 2 about 1906 in [Thomas co, GA]. She died unknown.

"Lois Elizabeth is in school at Pavo. She is only seven years old now."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

Aves Reddick (Rev Moses) [Parents] 1 died 2 at age 63. He married Sarah Allen.

"Mrs. Peacock's (Mary J. Reddick) father AVES Rev. Moses Reddick, who was reared and educated in Brooks county. At the breaking out of the war he enlisted in Company C of the Seventh Georgia Battalion, was later transferred to the Sixty-first Georgia Infantry, and gave long and faithful service as a soldier in the army of North Virginia. . He escaped capture and was with his regiment until the close of the war, when he came home and took up farming. ----- he also devoted much of his time and energies to his duties as a local preacher of the Methodist church."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

Sarah Allen 1 was born 2 in Dry Lake District, Brooks co, GA. She died unknown. Sarah married Aves Reddick (Rev Moses).

"Sarah Allen's parents were from Wilmington, North Carolina, and were of Scotch-Irish descent."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

They had the following children:

  F i Elizabeth Reddick 1 died unknown.
  F ii Mary J. Reddick
  F iii Sarah Reddick 1 died unknown.
  M iv James Reddick 1 died unknown.
  F v Lucy Reddick 1 died unknown.
  F vi Virginia Reddick 1 died unknown.
  M vii Henry Reddick 1 died unknown.

Henry Reddick's sister, Mary J. Reddick, married Duncan D. Peacock; they had a niece, Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Ivey (d/o Duncan's sister, Rebecca 'Peacock' Ivey) who married a Henry Reddick who was a merchant in Morven, Brooks co, Georgia; I have no proof that these are the same Henry Reddick so have them listed separately.
  M viii John Wesley Reddick 1 died unknown.

Nicholas Reddick 1 died 2 in Tallokas District, Brooks co, GA. He married Lewis (2nd w/o Nicholas Reddick).

Other marriages:
, (1st w/o Nicholas Reddick)
, (3rd w/o Nicholas Reddick)

"Her (Mary J. Reddick) grandfather, Nicholas Reddick, formerly a resident of Screven county, became one of the early settlers of what is now Brooks county (GA). He improved a large farm in what is now Brooks county, in the Tallokas district, employed a number of slaves to work the fields, and remained a resident of this vicinity until his death at a good old age. He was three times married, and his second wife, the grandmother of Mrs. Peacock (Mary J. Reddick), was a Miss Lewis."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

Lewis (2nd w/o Nicholas Reddick) 1 died unknown. She married Nicholas Reddick.

They had the following children:

  M i Aves Reddick (Rev Moses)

Nicholas Reddick 1 died 2 in Tallokas District, Brooks co, GA. He married (1st w/o Nicholas Reddick).

Other marriages:
Lewis, (2nd w/o Nicholas Reddick)
, (3rd w/o Nicholas Reddick)

"Her (Mary J. Reddick) grandfather, Nicholas Reddick, formerly a resident of Screven county, became one of the early settlers of what is now Brooks county (GA). He improved a large farm in what is now Brooks county, in the Tallokas district, employed a number of slaves to work the fields, and remained a resident of this vicinity until his death at a good old age. He was three times married, and his second wife, the grandmother of Mrs. Peacock (Mary J. Reddick), was a Miss Lewis."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

(1st w/o Nicholas Reddick) 1 died unknown. She married Nicholas Reddick.


Nicholas Reddick 1 died 2 in Tallokas District, Brooks co, GA. He married (3rd w/o Nicholas Reddick).

Other marriages:
, (1st w/o Nicholas Reddick)
Lewis, (2nd w/o Nicholas Reddick)

"Her (Mary J. Reddick) grandfather, Nicholas Reddick, formerly a resident of Screven county, became one of the early settlers of what is now Brooks county (GA). He improved a large farm in what is now Brooks county, in the Tallokas district, employed a number of slaves to work the fields, and remained a resident of this vicinity until his death at a good old age. He was three times married, and his second wife, the grandmother of Mrs. Peacock (Mary J. Reddick), was a Miss Lewis."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

(3rd w/o Nicholas Reddick) 1 died unknown. She married Nicholas Reddick.


Anthony Wayne Ivey [Parents] 1 died 2 unknown in Thomasville, Thomas co, GA. He married Rebecca Peacock.

"He (Anthony Wayne Ivey) was reared on a farm six miles east of Thomasville, Georgia. Wayne was a teacher in the public schools of Georgia for a number of years and was a member of the legislature for two years. He was also secretary and treasurer of the Farmers' State Alliance of Georgia, during which time he moved to Atlanta, where his wife died. After the death of his wife, he moved to Thomasville, where he died."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)

Rebecca Peacock [Parents] 1 died 2 unknown in Atlanta, GA. She married Anthony Wayne Ivey.

They had the following children:

  M i Robert Ivey 1 died unknown.
  M ii Felton Bartow Ivey 1 died unknown.

"Felton Bartow, after holding the responsible position as business manager for a large wholesale house in Savannah for a number of years, resigned this place in favor of his brother Duncan (who holds that position now) to go on the road as traveling salesman for the same company, viz., F. J. Cooledge & Bro., of Atlanta and Savannah."
(from the "Biography of Duncan D. Peacock" printed in "A History of Savannah and Southern Georgia" by Wm. Harden - 1913)
  F iii Mamie Ivey
  F iv Elizabeth "Lizzie" Ivey
  F v Eula Ivey 1 died unknown.
  F vi Lee Ivey 1 died unknown.
  M vii J. Duncan Ivey 1 died unknown.

Robert Ivey 1 died unknown.

He had the following children:

  M i Anthony Wayne Ivey

Robert Varnedoe 1 died unknown. He married Mamie Ivey.

Mamie Ivey [Parents] 1 died unknown. She married Robert Varnedoe.

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