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Friday, 23 April 2021

Joseph Adcock and Sarah Cook

All Saints, Pytchley
cc-by-sa/2.0 - © Ian Rob - geograph.org.uk/p/5413142

Joseph Adcock and Sarah Cook married, on 31 Oct 1803, at All Saints, Pytchley, Northamptonshire. Sarah was from the village, having been been baptised at the same church on 16 May 1780, the daughter of John and Sarah Cook. Joseph, had come from the market town of Wellingborough, where he was baptised at All Hallows Church, on 19 Jul 1776, the son of William Adcock. 

Joseph and Sarah had nine children, only just over half of whom survive:
  1. William Adcock bap. 25 Oct 1804 (buried 29 Jan 1805)
  2. John Cook Adcock bap. 8 Aug 1805 (buried 24 Sep 1805)
  3. Elizabeth Adcock bap. 27 Oct 1806 (buried 16 Nov 1806)
  4. Lydia Adcock bap. 12 Nov 1807 
  5. William Adcock bap. 9 Jan 1809 (buried 9 Nov 1809)
  6. Mary Adcock bap. 30 Apr 1810
  7. John Adcock bap. 28 Jul 1811
  8. James Adcock bap. 31 Dec 1812
  9. Elizabeth Adcock bap. 26 Dec 1814
On son James' marriage certificate, Joseph's profession is listed as a Baker.

Joseph Adcock died young too (38) and was buried, in Pytchley, on 26 Jul 1814.

Sarah Adcock died, aged 52, and was also buried in Pytchley, on 15 May 1832.

River Nene at Wellingborough

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