Charles Barrett PEASE was born bet. July and September, 1843 in Westbury, Buckinghamshire, England. He married Annie DAVIS bet. October and December, 1863 in Brackley District, Northamptonshire, England. He died bef. 25 September 1892 in Headington District, Oxfordshire, England. Annie DAVIS was born abt. 1847 in Finmere, Oxfordshire, England. She died bet. October and December, 1883 in Woodstock District, Oxfordshire, England.


Children of Charles Barrett PEASE and Annie DAVIS are:
1. William Charles PEASE, b. bet. October and December, 1869
2. Alice Annie PEASE, b. bet. January and March, 1871
3. Elizabeth Florence PEASE, b. bet. January and March, 1873
4. Frederick PEASE, b. bet. January and March, 1875
5. Ruth Siselia PEASE, b. bet. January and March, 1877
6. Bertha Eleanor PEASE, b. bef. 07 August 1881
7. Edith PEASE, b. bef. 24 January 1879

Other Marriages/Unions for Charles Barrett PEASE:
See Charles Barrett PEASE & Elizabeth Sarah BISHOP


Notes for Charles Barrett PEASE:

The first we see of Charles in in 1851 when he was living at Brackley, Northa,mptonshire:
Mary A Pease Head Wid 39 Lace Maker Oxon Mixbury
Charles B Pease Son 3 Bucks Westbury
Thomas B Pease Son-in-Law 25 Ag Lab Bucks Westbury
John Pease Son-in-Law 245 Ag Lab Bucks Westbury

Whilst Thomas and John were listed as sons-in-law, they clearly weren't so I suspect brothers-in-law.
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Charles married Annie in 1863.
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Charles can be seen in the 1881 census for England and Wales, living at Kidlington, Oxfordshire with his first wife Annie and 5 children. Also living with them is William Cook, a lodger from Finmere.

Charles B PEASE Head M 38 Westbury Buckingham Railway Porter
Annie PEASE M 34 Finmere Oxford Porters Wife
William PEASE Son 12 Leamington Warwick Scholar
Alice PEASE Daur 10 Kidlington Oxford Scholar
Lizzie PEASE Daur 8 Kidlington Oxford Scholar
Frederick PEASE Son 6 Kidlington Oxford Scholar
Ruth PEASE Daur 4 Kidlington Oxford Scholar
William COOK Lodger UnM 18 Finmere Oxford Domestic Servant

Charles' first wife Annie died in 1883 aged just 37 years.
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Charles married Elizabeth Knibbs (nee Bishop) in 1884.
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Charles can be seen again at the 1891 census living at Church Street, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, England.
Charles B Pease 49 Railway Porter Westbury Bucks
Elizabeth S Pease wife 40 Laundress North Leigh Oxon
George W Knibbs step son 16 General Labourer Kidlington, Oxon
Frederick Pease son 16 General Labourer Thrupp, Oxon
Rose Knibbs step daughter 12 Kidlington, Oxon
Bertha E Pease daughter 10 Kidlington, Oxon
Ernest J Pease son 6 Kidlington, Oxon

Charles Barrett Pease died aged 52 years in September 1892

Sources for Charles Barrett PEASE:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave date and location of Brackley, Northants. 
  3. 1901 British Census,
  4. GRO England & Wales,
  5. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  6. 1891 British Census,

Notes for Annie DAVIS:

Annie died aged just 37.

Sources for Annie DAVIS:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  3. FreeBMD,

Notes for William Charles PEASE:

William can be seen in the 1901 census living at Wortley, Yorkshire with his young family:
William Pease 32 Leamington Warw York Wortley Blast Furnace Above
Alice Pease 29 Handborough Offord York Wortley
Charles Pease 8 Yorks Thurgoland York Wortley
Minnie Pease 6 Yorks High Green York Wortley
Thomas Pease 2 Yorks High Green York Wortley

He was married to Alice Amelia Parish in Wortley District in q2/1892.

Sources for William Charles PEASE:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave date and Warwick District 

Notes for Alice Annie PEASE:

Sources for Alice Annie PEASE:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  3. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave middle name, date and Woodstock District 

Notes for Elizabeth Florence PEASE:

Lizzie married a man named John Gabriel, born in abt.1866 in Coventry, England, the son of Joseph Gabriel and his wife Mary. He was a Corporal in the Royal Engineers and gave his address as Work Point Barracks, Esquimalt, British Columbia when they married.
Elizabeth gave her address as Esquimalt, Britsh Columbia.
They married on 1 July 1899 in Victoria, British Clumbia, Canada but as yet I'm not sure of the circumstances as to how or why they were there. I'm assuming that John had been seconded to the Canadian Army because their daughter, Phillis was born in Colchester, Essex (a UK army town) in q3/1905.
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See Elizabeth's Marriage Certificate

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Note: Work Point barracks, more correctly known as Wark Point, was a military base established in 1887, as garrison to “C” Battery, Canadian Artillery for coastal defence and kept a continuous militia presence, and named after John Wark, the Chief Factor for the Hudson’s Bay Company.5 “The eleven acre flat, wooded site was an excellent location for the barracks because of it proximity to Macaulay Plains and Macaulay Point.”
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I suspect it's this Elizabeth we see in 1901, living at Victoria, B.C.:
Elizabeth Gabriel Head Mar 28 England
Gerald P Gabriel Son British Columbia

The census states that Elizabeth Immigrated into Canada in 1899.
Gerald was born 27 March, 1901 at Esquimalt, British Columbia. He died during q3/1962 in Aldershot, Hampshire.
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In 1911, we see Elizabeth and John living back in England at Coventry, Warwickshire:
John Gabriel Head Mar 45 Army Pensioner Nicol Plating Coventry Warwickshire
Elizabeth F Gabriel Wife Mar 39 Kidlington Oxfordshire
Gerald Pease Gabriel Son 10 Victoria B C Canada
Phyllis Gabriel Daur 5 Colchester Essex
Lucy Annette Webster Boarder 29 Foleshill Warwickshire

Phyllis was biorn 26 July 1905 in Colchester District, Essex. She died during q2/1972 in Salisbury District, Wiltshire.
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John enlisted in the Royal Engineers in 1915.

Sources for Elizabeth Florence PEASE:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  3. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave date and Woodstock District 

Notes for Frederick PEASE:

Frederick married Leah Emily Boulter during q4/1899 in the Oxford District of Oxfordshire, England
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We see him in 1901, living at St Ebbe, Oxford, Oxfordshire, 1901:
Fredk Pease Head Mar 26 Soldier Private Kidlington Oxfordshire
Leah Pease Wife Mar 25 Bledington Gloucestershire
Ethel Pease Daur 0 Oxford Oxfordshire
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We see them again in 1911, living at St Clement, Cowley, Oxfordshire:
Frederick Pease Head Mar 35 Kidlington Oxfordshire
Leah Pease Wife Mar 34 Laundress Bledington Gloucestershire
Frederick Pease Son 4 St Mary And John Oxford Oxfordshire
Ethel Pease Daur 10 St Mary And John Oxford Oxfordshire
Joy Pease Daur 8 St Mary And John Oxford Oxfordshire
Ruth Pease Daur 0 St Mary And John Oxford Oxfordshire

Sources for Frederick PEASE:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  3. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave date and Woodstock District 
  4. 1891 British Census,
  5. 1901 British Census,

Notes for Ruth Siselia PEASE:

Sources for Ruth Siselia PEASE:

  1. 1881 British Census,
  2. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  3. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave middle name, date and Woodstock District 
  4. GRO England & Wales,

Notes for Bertha Eleanor PEASE:

Bertha married Alfred Charles Parish in Chapeltown, Nr. Ecclesfield, Yorkshire on 23 Jun 1902. They had a daughter Floira, born q2/1912, and tewo sons, Arthur P, born q2/1919 and Edwin O born q2/1920. All children were born in the District of Wortley, Yorkshire.

Sources for Bertha Eleanor PEASE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  2. GRO England & Wales,

Notes for Edith PEASE:

Sources for Edith PEASE:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Kidlington,
  2. FreeBMD, FreeBMD gave Jan-Mar 1879 and Woodstock District