Charles Joseph MEACOCK

b. 26 September 1875, d. 1952
Father*George Edward MEACOCK b. 28 Feb 1841, d. 23 Feb 1914
Mother*Margaret BLACKHALL b. c 1841, d. 19 Oct 1906
Note*Charles Joseph MEACOCK A boxer. 
BirthHe was born circa 1875 at Islington, London; Birth Entry: Sep Qtr 1875 Islington 1b/377.1 
Baptism*He was baptized on 26 September 1875 at St Mark, Clerkenwell, Middlesex.2 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 in the household of George Edward MEACOCK at 7 Half Moon Court, Holborn, London;

1881 CD-ROM Census Information:
Dwelling: Half Moon Court No 7
Census Place: St Andrew Holborn, London, Middlesex, England
Source:     FHL Film 1341074 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 0341 Folio 130 Page 41
Name Marr Age Sex Birthplace Occ Rel
George MEACOCK M 40 M London, Middlesex, England Horse Keeper Head
Margaret MEACOCK M 38 F London, Middlesex, England - Wife
George MEACOCK U 18 M London, Middlesex, England Blacksmith Son
Mary MEACOCK U 12 F London, Middlesex, England Scholar Dau
Charlotte MEACOCK U 9 F London, Middlesex, England Scholar Dau
Charles MEACOCK U 5 M London, Middlesex, England Scholar Son
Joseph MEACOCK U 3 M London, Middlesex, England Scholar Son
William MEACOCK U 10m M London, Middlesex, England - Son.3

 
Occupation*Charles Joseph MEACOCK was Errand Boy (Port?) In 1891 at London.4 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 in the household of George Edward MEACOCK at 15 Emerald St, Holborn, London WC1;

1891 Census Information:
Dwelling: 15 Emerald Street
Census Place: St Andrew & St George, Holborn, London
Source: PRO
Name Marr Age Sex Birthplace Occ Rel
George MEACOCK M 50 M London Horsekeeper Groom Head
Margaret MEACOCK M 49 F London - Wife
George MEACOCK U 29 M London Printer's Labourer Son
Charlotte MEACOCK U 19 F London Envelope Folder Dau
Charles MEACOCK U 16 M London Errand Boy (Port?) Son
Joseph MEACOCK U 14 M London Errand Boy (Port?) Son
William MEACOCK U 11 M London Scholar Son
Elizabeth MEACOCK U 6 F London Scholar Dau
Alice PHILIPS M 23 F London Tailoress Lodger
Kate UPTON U 19 F London Charwoman Lodger.4

 
Marriage*Charles Joseph MEACOCK married Mary Ann SULLIVAN in 1895 at Holborn, London; Possible marriage entry: Sep Qtr 1895 Holborn 1b/1282.1 
Census*Charles Joseph MEACOCK appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 at 5 Red Lion Passage, Holborn, London;

1901 census:
Place: 5 Red Lion Passage, Holborn, London
Ref: RG13/245/169 p18
Name Age Marr Sex Occupation Birthplace Rel
Charles J Meacock 25 M M Printer's Warehouseman Middlesex Head
Mary Meacock 23 M F - Drury Lane Wife
Charles Meacock 5 - M - Emerald St Son
Edith Meacock 3 - F - Emerald St Daur
William Meacock 8m - M - Red Lion Psg Son.5

 
CensusHe appeared on the census of 2 April 1911 at 18 Thornhill Crescent, Barsnbury/Islington, London;

1911 census:
Place: 18 Thornhill Crescent, Barnsbury, Islington, London
Ref: RG14PN891 RG78PN31 RD10 SD5 ED20 SN294
Name Age Marr Sex Occupation Birthplace Rel
Charles Meacock 35 M M Printing M/C Manager Islington, St Giles Head
Mary Ann Meacock 33 M F - Islington, St Giles Wife
Charles Joseph Meacock 15 S M Printer's Messenger Islington, St Giles Son
Edith Meacock 13 - F School Islington, St Giles Daur

(Married 16 years; 5 children born, 2 living, 3 died.)
 
Death*He died in 1952.6 

Family

Mary Ann SULLIVAN
Marriage*He married Mary Ann SULLIVAN in 1895 at Holborn, London; Possible marriage entry: Sep Qtr 1895 Holborn 1b/1282.1 
Children
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Index to BMD Registration Entry Starting in 1837, compiled by FreeBMD, Commenced 1998 (ongoing) "unknown cd."
  2. Baptism Entry, 16th century onwards "London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Mark, Myddelton Square, Register of baptisms, P76/MRK, Item 004."
  3. Online image of the 1881 Census for England and Wales (Ancestry.co.uk, http://www.ancestry.co.uk.)
  4. Online image of the 1891 Census for England and Wales (Ancestry.co.uk, http://www.ancestry.co.uk.)
  5. Online image of the 1901 Census for England and Wales (Ancestry.co.uk, http://www.ancestry.co.uk.)
  6. Information supplied by David Meacock to Keith Taylor, various dates.