Australian English Genealogy 

Descendants of Robert Alcock

Notes - Page 3


21. Jacob Peake

PEAKE.—A token of love in remembrance of my dear husband and our dear father, Jacob Peake, who departed this life 26th March, 1897. Thy will be done.
Source: SMH 26 Mar 1901


Jacob was at one time an alderman of Hurstville council


Elizabeth Pithers

MRS. E. PEAKE.
Mrs. Elizabeth Peake, of Stoney Creek Road, Peakhurst, who died recently, aged 95, was a member of a family of early pioneers in the Peakhurst district, which was named after her husband's family. Mrs. Peake often used to walk from Peakhurst through Hurstville to Tempe, and then secure a coach to Sydney. Her husband, Jacob Peake, was at one time an alderman of Hurstville Council. Two sons and three daughters survive her.
Source: SMH 4 Mar 1939


71. John Peake

PEAKE John -May 26 1947 after a brief Illness at his brother a residence . Cooee Stoney Creek Road Beverly Hills beloved brother of Abraham Emma (Mrs E Glanville) and Amy (Mrs D H Staples) and of Esther (Mrs Jarrett deceased) Jane (Mrs Coleman deceased) and George (deceased) aged 79 years.

Source: SMH 26 May 1947


75. George Herbert Peake

PEAKE.-In affectionate remembrance of our dear son and brother. George, who departed from m ou December 26, 1927. Not forgotten. Elizabeth Peake and Emma Glanville.
Source: SMH 26 Dec 1929


22. James Peake

James was an Alderman at Erskineville

PEAKE.-November 4, 1909, at her residence, Fleur-de-lis, Lucas-road, Burwood, Sarah Ann, beloved wife of James Peake, in her 73rd year. By request, no flowers.
Source: SMH 5 Nov 1909


Richard William Swaine

Storekeeper at the time of his marriage


111. Henry Peake

THE FRIENDS of Mr. THOMAS PEAKE are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved SON, Henry ; to move from his residence, 240, Bourke-street, Woolloomooloo, TO-MORROW (Sunday) AFTERNOON, at half-past 1 o'clock, to the Necropolis.
C. KINSELA and SONS, 118, Oxford-street.
Source: SMH 2 Jun 1877