ANDREWS FAMILY TREE
|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)
Louisa Winterbotham Peet (1879 – 1957)
Andrews (1907 – 1971)
Andrews (1929 – 2010)
Michael Andrews (1959 - )
George IV (1820 – 1830)
House of Hanover (1714 - 1901)
William IV (1830 – 1837)
Victoria (1837 – 1901)
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
In this year, 1826;
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.
In the second
quarter of 1872 their son, 20 year-old George married 22 year-old
Harriet Revill in Newark.
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.
quarter of 1875 saw the marriage of 19 year-old Charles to 18 year-old
Mary Jane Kind in Nottinghamshire.
their daughter, 22 year-old Elizabeth married 24 year-old William James
Lamb in Newark.
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.
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.
|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.|
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
William George Hinchley.
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
In this year, 1830;
|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|
|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* ( - )|