|William Peach||Emme Devereux||Michael Cowes||Grace Stacey|
|b. 8 Apr 1652 in Marblehead||b. Dec 1657 in Marblehead||bp. 4 Aug 1639 at Stockeinteinghead, Devon, England||b. Abt. 1658 in Marblehead|
|d. 10 Jun 1713 in Marblehead||d. 4 Mar 1737 in Marblehead||d. probate 30 Jun 1715 in Marblehead||d. Mar 1735/36 in Marblehead|
|Thomas Peach||Mary Cowes|
|b. abt. 1681||bp. 6 Sep 1684 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|d. d. 9 Sep 1731 in Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts||d. Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts|
|Marriage||14 Dec 1704||Thomas Peach to Mary Cowes in Marblehead|
|Children (All Events in Marblehead Unless Stated Otherwise)|
|Hannah Peach bp. 7 Aug 1707, Died Young|
|Captain Thomas Peach bp, 27 Feb 1708-9; m. 15 Jan 1733 Sarah Hallitt; Three children: Mary, Thomas, and William Peach; m. 2) Possibly Mrs. Mary Burrows 1781|
|Mary Peach bp. 11 Feb 1719-11; m. 17 Oct 1728 John Nicholson (b. bef. 1712; d. 1750; Nine children: John, Mary, Mary, Thomas, William, Martha, Emma, Robert, and John Nicholson; d. 11 Nov 1784|
|William Peach bp. 14 Dec 1712; Died Young|
|John Peach bp. 3 Jan 1713-14; m. 24 Nov 1737 Mary Rockwood; Two Children: Mary and John Peach|
|Elizabeth Peach bp. 20 Nov 1715; m. 1 Jan 1733-4 Francis Girdler, Jr. (b. abt. 1710); Six children: Elizabeth, Mary, Elizabeth, Mary, Francis, and Benjamin Girdler|
|Emma Peach bp. 4 May 1718; m. 1) 16 Feb 1737-8 Robert Nicholson, Jr. (Probate Jun 9 1740); Two children: Abigail and Jonah Nicholson; m. 2) 27 Sep 1742 Thomas Roundey (probate 19 Jan 1756); Two children: Thomas and Joseph Roundey; m. 3) 27 Jan 1756 Samuel Chamblet; One child: Samuel Chamblet; d. 5 Mar 1798|
|William Peach bp. 1 May 1720; No further records|
|Hannah Peach bp. 26 Aug 1722; 1 Jan 1738-9 William Hammond (b. 11 Dec 1715); Eleven children: William, Edward, William, William, Thomas Peach, Benjamin, Hannah, John, Richard, Rebecca, and Edward Hammond|
|Joseph Peach bp. 12 Sep 1725; m. 8 Apr 1798 possibly Alice Burrows|
|Sarah Peach bp. 17 Dec 1727; m. 17 Feb 1756-7 Thomas Dismore (b. 2 Feb 1721, Probate 6 Nov 1758); Six children: Mary, Thomas, Sarah, Joseph Peach, Elizabeth, and John Peach Dismore|
Genealogical literature about both the Peaches and the Coes (Cowes) was helpful in identifying the children of his family. The Peaches were early settlers to Marblehead with many carrying the surname such that confusion about parentage is possible. While researching, I noticed that Hannah Peach who married William Hammond has a Find-a-Grave Listing which gives her parentage as William and Sarah Elkins Peach. The same resource gives the same parentage to Sarah Peach Desmore. Our Thomas and Mary Coes (Cowes) have baptism records for daughters Hannah and Sarah, but the possibility exists that they did not marry these husbands. Hannah had a son she named Thomas Peach Hammond, and my genealogical sources identifies both daughters as I have done.
Thomas was one of the offspring of a Peach/Devereux match. His mother had two siblings, John and Hannah, who were also our direct ancestors. Mary Cowes and John Nicholson are our direct ancestors and have their own family group page. The Thomas and Mary Cowes Peach family has a scarcity of records that identified their professions, but Mary and John Nicholson's daughter, Martha Nicholson, our direct ancestor, was the wife and mother of mariners and sea captains.
The vital records, genealogical records, and wills are our best proof of relationship for our direct ancestors in this family.
The goal of this project is to trace every line of ancestry to the arrival of its first immigrant to America. The basic information of each couple is considered complete when we know the dates of birth, marriage, and death for both spouses. their parents' names (or whether they were the immigrant), and the child or children in our ancestry line.
The research on this family is basically complete. It is a large family, and it's possible more concrete records may be added at a later time.
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