ANDREWS FAMILY TREE

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This is the family tree of my father Dudley John Andrews who was born on the 28th of May 1929 and died on the 18th of April 2010 at the age of 80.

Family relationships within the tree are with regards to myself.

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Sixth Generation (3rd Great Grandparents)

George Peet & Charlotte Lacy
Henry Peet (1850 – 1889)
Florence Louisa Winterbotham Peet (1879 – 1957)
John Henry Andrews (1907 – 1971)
Dudley John Andrews (1929 – 2010)
Stephen Michael Andrews (1959 - )
 
George IV (1820 – 1830)             House of Hanover (1714 - 1901)
William IV (1830 – 1837)
Victoria (1837 – 1901)
 
George Peet
George is the son of Richard Peet and Elizabeth Plowright and was born in 1825 or 26.  He was baptised on the 22nd of January 1826 in the Anglican church of St. Mary in Nottingham.  At the time of the baptism the family residence is given as Count Street, Nottingham.  Count Street no longer exists but it was off Barker Gate.  It has not been possible to find George’s date of death but it is known that it was before the 13th of October 1894. 
 
In this year, 1826;
  • Thomas Telford completes the Menai suspension bridge between Anglesey and North Wales;
  • In July in Lancashire handloom weavers destroy more than a thousand power looms in Blackburn and Bury.  The machines have caused poverty where they have replaced workers.
George married Charlotte in the quarter of April/May/June 1846 in Newark-on-Trent in Nottinghamshire.  The marriage is listed as Newark, Volume 15, Page 844.
 
It is likely that George died before 1871 as he is not listed on the 1871 census and Charlotte is now the head of the family.  But on their marriage certificate of their son Henry and Marian Whitworth of 29th of June 1872 he is not listed as deceased.  However on the marriage certificate of his daughter Kate Winterbottom Peet on the 13th of October 1894, George is listed as deceased and his occupation was Blacksmith.
 

St. Mary, Nottingham
It has not been possible to find George on the 1841 census however in 1846 George and Charlotte had married and after five years of marriage they had their first child Henry in 1850.  The 1851 census shows that the couple were living at Mount Pleasant in Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire, and George was working as a blacksmith. 
 
Name
Relationship to
Head of Family
Age
 
Occupation
Birthplace
George Peet Head 25 Married Blacksmith NTT Nottingham
Charlotte Peet Wife 22 Married   NTT Newark
Henry Peet Son 0.5     NTT Newark
John Inchley Brother-in-Law 9     NTT Newark
Ann Inchley Sister-in-Law 8     NTT Newark
Sarah Inchley Sister-in-Law 3     LEC Market Harboro
 
The Inchley's are likely to be Hinchley, children of Charlotte's mother and her second husband, William George Hinchley. 
 
A year later with the birth of his second son, George on the 5th of September 1852, they were still at Mount Pleasant.  On the listing page for him there is also a Frederick Arthur Peet listed as born Sept Qtr 1852 Newark, volume 7b Page 266.  Of course there may be no connection or he could be a twin.  At present no other Ancestry tree has him listed as a sibling.
 
The couple’s first daughter Elizabeth was born in 1854 and she was soon followed in 1856 by Charles.  John Frederick was next in 1858.
 
By 1861 George and the family had moved to 131 Parliament Street in Newark-on-Trent.  He was now a Master whitesmith. 
 
Name
Relationship to
Head of Family
Age
 
Occupation
Birthplace
George Peet Head 35 Married Master Whitesmith Nottinghamshire Nottingham
Charlotte Peet Wife 32 Married   Nottinghamshire Newark
Henry Peet Son 11 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
George Peet Son 9 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Elizabeth Peet Daughter 7 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Charles Peet Son 5 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
John Frederick Peet Son 3 Single   Nottinghamshire Newark
 
A whitesmith, sometimes known as a tinsmith, is a person who makes and repairs things made of tinware.  They may work with tin, pewter or other materials. Unlike blacksmiths, who work mostly with hot metal, whitesmiths do the majority of their work on cold metal, although they might use a hearth to heat and help shape their raw materials. The term is also applied to metalworkers who do only finishing work, such as filing or polishing, on iron and other "black" metals. Whitesmiths fabricate items such as tin or pewter cups, water pitchers, forks, spoons, and candle holders.
 
On the 8th of September 1862 Edward was born.  In 1863 Charlotte was born and another daughter Sarah Ann was born in the last quarter of 1864.  There was then a four year gap until Kate Winterbotham was born in 1868 and when George and Charlotte’s tenth and last child, Mary Ann Harrison, was born the 20th of December 1869 George was still working as a Master whitesmith.  Charlotte appears to have been illiterate because on Mary Ann Harrison's birth certificate her signature is given as 'the mark of Charlotte Peet'.
 
All of their children were born in Newark.
 
Still moving around the area in 1871 the family were living at 69 Castle Gate in Newark.  Charlotte is listed on the census as being the head of the family, though not as a widow, so the whereabouts of his father, George, are unknown.  Henry was following in his father’s footsteps and was now working as a blacksmith.
 
Name
Relationship to
Head of Family
Age
 
Occupation
Birthplace
Charlotte Peet Head 42 Married   Nottinghamshire Newark
Henry Peet Son 21 Single Blacksmith Nottinghamshire Newark
George Peet Son 19 Single Blacksmith Nottinghamshire Newark
Elizabeth Peet Daughter 17 Single   Nottinghamshire Newark
Charles Peet Son 15 Single   Nottinghamshire Newark
John Frederick Peet Son 13 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Edward Peet Son 9 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Charlotte Peet Daughter 8 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Sarah Ann Peet Daughter 7 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Kate Winterbottom Peet Daughter 3 Single Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
Mary Ann Harrison Peet Daughter 2 Single   Nottinghamshire Newark
 
 
In the second quarter of 1872 their son, 20 year-old George married 22 year-old Harriet Revill in Newark.  
 
George’s profession according to the marriage certificate for the wedding of his first child, 22 year-old Henry to 23 year-old Marian Whitworth on the 29th of June 1872 is as a general smith.  The couple were married at the Wesleyan Chapel on Barnby Gate in Newark.
 
The first quarter of 1875 saw the marriage of 19 year-old Charles to 18 year-old Mary Jane Kind in Nottinghamshire.
 
In 1876 their daughter, 22 year-old Elizabeth married 24 year-old William James Lamb in Newark. 
 
By 1881 only Charlotte, John Frederick and Mary Ann appear on the census at Mount Lane, Newark.  Charlotte is still classed as married and not widowed.  Though on this census she works as a Laundress.  This suggests that she now needs to support herself.  The family are now at 5 Mount Lane in Newark.  Again it has not been possible to find George on the 1881 census, so it does look like he has died.
 
Name
Relationship to
Head of Family
Age
 
Occupation
Birthplace
Charlotte Peet Head 51 Married Laundress Nottinghamshire Newark
John Frederick Peet Son 23 Single Working maltster Nottinghamshire Newark
Mary Ann Harrison Peet Daughter 12   Scholar Nottinghamshire Newark
 
In the last quarter of 1881, 23 year-old John Frederick married 18 year-old Harriet Judson in Newark.
 
On the 10th of December 1882 saw the wedding of 18 year-old Sarah Ann and 21 year-old George Gilbert at All Saints in North Collingham near to Newark.  The marriage certificate states that Sarah Ann’s father is again classed as a blacksmith.
 
In 1884 22 year-old Edward married 23 year-old Annie Armstrong Vickers in Newark.
 
 
On the 4th of December 1887 their daughter, 24 year-old dressmaker Charlotte married 23 year-old Charles Thomas Goy in Newark.  Unfortunately Charlotte was buried five months later on the 27th of April 1888 in Nottinghamshire, presumably in Newark.
 
In 1891 Charlotte, now 61, was still having to work.  She is again  listed as Head of the household and married, but not widowed. She is now working as a chambermaid and living at 4 Mount Street, Newark, with her are her daughter Mary Ann who is now 21 and working as domestic servant.  Also there is a Henry Gilbert aged seven who is Charlotte’s grandson and a scholar and was born in Collingham, which is near Newark.  Henry is likely to be the son of Charlotte’s daughter Sarah Ann who married George Gilbert in 1882.
 
Name
Relationship to
Head of Family
Age
 
Occupation
Birthplace
Charlotte Peet Head 61 Married Chambermaid Nottinghamshire Newark
M H Peet Daughter 21 Single Domestic Servant Nottinghamshire Newark
Henry Gilbert Grandson 7   Scholar Nottinghamshire Collingham
 
On the 13th of August 1894, 26 year-old Kate Winterbotham married 26 year old Enoch Tandy in the Parish Church in Newark.  As mentioned previously her marriage certificate states that George was deceased at this time.  This is the first confirmation that George has died.
 
On the 27th of August 1895 the couple's youngest child, 25 year-old Mary Ann Harrison Peet married 25 year-old Robert Lamb at the Methodist Chapel in Newark.  It isn't known if Robert is any relation to Elizabeth's husband William James Lamb.
 
Although all we know for definite is that by 1894 George had passed away it is possible that he died in 1872 as there is a record for;
George Peet
Estimated birth year: abt 1830
Registration Year: 1872
Registration Quarter: Jan-Feb-Mar
Age at Death: Inferred
County: Nottinghamshire
Volume: 7b Page: 170
 
Charlotte died in 1898 in Newark at the age of 68.
 
 
Noted events in his life were:
*  Living: 1851, Mount Pleasant, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  He worked as a Blacksmith in 1851 in Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire.
*  Living: 5th September 1852, Mount Pleasant, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  He worked as a Blacksmith on 5th September 1852.
*  Living: 1861, 131 Parliament Street, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  He worked as a Master Whitesmith in 1861.
*  He worked as a Master Whitesmith on 20th December 1869.
*  He worked as a General Smith on 29th June 1872.  From Henry Peet and Marian Whitworth marriage certificate
*  He worked as a Blacksmith on 10th December 1882.  From Sarah Ann Peet and George Gilbert marriage details.
 
 
Charlotte Lacy
Charlotte is the daughter of Elizabeth Lee Lacy was born about 1830 in Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire and was christened on the 11th of September 1830 in Newark.  Charlotte died at the age of 68 in 1898 and was buried on the 14th of July in Newark. 
 
Her death is recorded as J/A/S 1898 Newark Volume7b Page 259.
 
Elizabeth Lee Lacy is believed to have had some relationship with John Marriott, but in 1841 she married William George Hinchley.  At her christening she is given as the daughter of Elizabeth Lacy and John Marriott.  Why she is called Lacy and not given the name of Marriott is unknown, although it does suggest that she was illegitimate and that John was not married to her mother, or possibly that John is not her father.
 
In this year, 1830;
  • 3rd February, Britain, France and Russia agree to guarantee the independence of Greece.
  • Edwin Beard Budding, a textile engineer, develops the lawn mower.
The 1841 census shows that Charlotte appears to have some connection with an Inchley family.  It is thought to be through her mother, Elizabeth and William George Hinchley and that the enumerators, or Elizabeth didn't know how to spell Hinchley.  The census shows that Charlotte, aged 11 lives in Tomlinsons Yard, Newark. 
 
Name
Age
 
Occupation
Hannah Walker 78 Widow  
William Inchley 25   Waterman
Elizabeth Inchley 30    
Charlotte Lacy 11    
 
The only record that can be find regarding a waterman called William Inchley is for the 10th of June 1837 when there was fatal accident on the river Trent near Sawley Lock when another man drowned despite the warnings of William Inchley, another boatman.
 
In 1846 Charlotte married George Peet in Newark, George was 20 years-old but Charlotte was just 16.
                                  
There is a marriage for a Charlotte Lacy in 1846 Apr/May/Jun Newark Vol 15 Page 844
 
Noted events in her life were:
*  Living: 1851, Mount Pleasant, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  Living: 5th September 1852, Mount Pleasant, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  Living: 1861, 131 Parliament Street, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  Living: 1871, 69 Castle Gate, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  Living: 1881, 5 Mount Lane, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  She worked as a Laundress in 1881.
*  Living: 1891, 4 Mount Street, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire. 
*  She worked as a Chambermaid in 1891.
 
 
George married Charlotte Lacy in April 1846 in Newark, Notts.
 
Children from this marriage were:
i.        Henry Peet – (1851 – 28/7/1889)
ii.       George Peet – (5/9/1852 – 29/1/1915)
iii.      Elizabeth Peet – (1854 - )
iv.      Charles Peet – (1856 – 1928)
v.       John Frederick Peet – (1858 – 1933)      Buried 21st of August 1933
vi.      Edward Peet – (8/9/1862 – 1940)
vii.     Charlotte Peet – (1863 – 1888)       Buried 27th of April 1888
viii.    Sarah Ann Peet – (1864 – 1915)
ix.      Kate Winterbotham Peet – (1868 - )
x.       Mary Ann Harrison Peet – (20/12/1869 – 1915)     Buried 26th of April 1915
 
 

Ancestors

 
6th Generation 7th Generation 8th Generation  
3rd Great Grandparents 4th Great Grandparents 5th Great Grandparents  
       
    Richard Peet* (About 1760 - )  
  Richard Peet (1788 - 17/1/1865)    
    Elizabeth* ( - )  
George Peet (1826 - Before 13/10/1894)      
    John Plowright (1755 - 1788)  
  Elizabeth Plowright (1785 - Before 1851)    
    Ann Farrands (1759 - 1805)  
       
       
  John Marriott* ( - ) possibly    
       
Charlotte Lacy (1830 - 1898)      
    Samuel Lacy ( - 1805)  
  Elizabeth Lee Lacy (1808 - 1890)    
    Elizabeth Lee* ( - )