The “Peapell” study is a small but none the less fascinating one – in 1841 the census of England and Wales recorded less than 230 individuals, by 1911 they had multiplied to nearly 500.
- Preserve and supplement the existing information
- Make it readily available to anyone who is interested
- Make sense of the families and their lives
- Publish in a easy to understand form
When will this be finished? Well I also have a missing great grandmother to track down… Fanny Richards from Newport, Monmouthshire, born about 1866. She married John Crook Peapell in 1891 in Swindon but 30 years of research has failed to find any trace of her before her marriage.