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Samuel Cocker (1790-1841)

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1790 Born in Hathersage, Derbyshire, son of Thomas Cocker[1]

1811 Samuel Cocker, needle maker, married Sarah Fildes in Manchester St John[2]

1818 Birth of son, Edwin, in Hathersage[3]

1822 Needle manufacturer, at baptism of Samuel in Hathersage[4]

1841 Samuel Cocker 50, merchant, lived in Ecclesall Bierlow, with Sarah Cocker 50, Ann Cocker 40, Thomas Cocker 20, merchant's clerk, Elisabeth Cocker 15, Samuel Cocker 15, merchant's clerk, Henry Cocker 10, merchant's clerk, Marcy Cocker 10[5]

1841 September: Samuel Cocker, of Hunters House[6], died in Ecclesall Bierlow[7].

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  3. BMD
  4. Parish records
  5. 1841 census
  6. Find a Grave [1]
  7. BMD