Ann JENKIN ( - )

Ann JENKIN married Hender Cotton COCK on 14 July 1800 in Rame, Cornwall.1

 

Hender Cotton COCK, son of George COCK (1749-1799) and Jane HAMBLY (1743-1833), was born in 1777 in Cawsand, Cornwall. He was baptised on 17 December 1777 in Rame.2 On 14 July 1800 he was a Fisherman in Cawsand.1 He died of Chorea on 2 April 1849 in Cawsand aged 71. The address was: Duck Street. Choreia (or chorea) is an abnormal involuntary movement disorder, one of a group of neurological disorders called dyskinesias. The term choreia is derived from a Greek word (a kind of dance), as the quick movements of the feet or hands are vaguely comparable to dancing or piano playing.

The term hemichoreia refers to choreia of one side of the body, such as choreia of one arm and not both. He and Ann JENKIN had the following children:

 

Jane COCK (1801- ). Jane was born in 1801 in Cawsand. She was baptised on 11 March 1801 in Rame.2

Ann COCK (1802- ). Ann was born in 1802 in Cawsand. She married Samuel ANDREW on 4 April 1824 in Rame.1

George COCK (1804-1807). George was born in 1804 in Cawsand. He was baptised on 20 December 1804 in Rame.2 He died in 1807 in Cawsand. He was buried on 22 November 1807 in Rame.3

Eliza COCK (1806-1808). Eliza was born in 1806 in Cawsand. She was baptised on 13 November 1806 in Rame.2 She died on 21 February 1808 in Cawsand. She was buried on 24 February 1808 in Rame.3

George COCK (1810- ). George was born in 1810 in Cawsand. He was baptised on 26 September 1810 in Rame.2

Hender Cotton COCK (1812-1890). Hender was born in 1812 in Cawsand. He was baptised on 22 July 1812 in Rame.2 He married Elizabeth JAGO on 15 January 1838 in East Stonehouse, Plymouth when he was 25. On 24 February 1839 he was a Mariner in Millbrook, Cornwall aged 26. He appeared in the census on 30 March 1851 in St.Ives, Cornwall aged 38.4 The address was: The Beach. On 30 March 1851 he was a Coastguard in St.Ives aged 38.4 He appeared in the census on 7 April 1861 in Hayerling, Hampshire aged 48.5 The address was: Coastguard Buildings. He appeared in the census on 2 April 1871 in Cawsand aged 56.6 The address was: Garrett Street. He appeared in the census on 3 April 1881 in Kingsand, Cornwall aged 69.7 The address was: Fore Street. On 3 April 1881 he was a Coastguard Pensioner in Kingsand aged 69. He died in 1890 in Rame. He was buried on 4 January 1891 in Rame.

Eliza COCK (1814-1883). Eliza was born in 1814 in Cawsand. She was baptised on 27 November 1814 in Rame.2 She married Richard BUTTERS on 24 January 1836 in East Stonehouse. She appeared in the census on 7 June 1841 in Cawsand aged 25.8 The address was: Duck Street. She died on 6 April 1883 in Cawsand. She was buried on 10 April 1883 in Rame.3

Richard John COCK (1817-1885). Richard was born in 1817 in Cawsand. He was baptised on 4 May 1817 in Rame.2 He emigrated from Cawsand to New Plymouth, New Zealand in 1841. He married Elenor JULIAN on 12 May 1845 in New Plymouth. He died on 8 May 1885 in New Plymouth. He experienced Obituary on 9 May 1885 in New Plymouth.9 The address was: Taranki Herald. Obituary from Taranki Herald May 9 1885

By the death of Mr Richard Cock which occurred at 3 o'clock this morning, another old settler passed away.

The deceased arrived at New Plymouth on 5 November 1841 in the schooner Regina which was laden with stores for the New Zealand Company and which was afterwards blown ashore and wrecked here. He was appointed by Captain Liardet to take charge of the beach landing service and continued in that position when the N.Z.Co. handed over to the N.Z. Govt and through all the subsequent changes from Provincialism to general govt and from general govt to Harbour Board; so that altogether the deceased spent 44 years in the same employment.

He was pilot in charge of all the ill fated "Marchioness" when she went ashore on the Harriet Beach through having insufficient ballast on board.

He sustained an injury some two years ago and it is the effects of this hastened by his duties under the Harbour Board that were the immediate cause of his death. Obituary from Taranki Herald May 9 1885

By the death of Mr Richard Cock which occurred at 3 o'clock this morning, another old settler passed away.

The deceased arrived at New Plymouth on 5 November 1841 in the schooner Regina which was laden with stores for the New Zealand Company and which was afterwards blown ashore and wrecked here. He was appointed by Captain Liardet to take charge of the beach landing service and continued in that position when the N.Z.Co. handed over to the N.Z. Govt and through all the subsequent changes from Provincialism to general govt and from general govt to Harbour Board; so that altogether the deceased spent 44 years in the same employment.

He was pilot in charge of all the ill fated "Marchioness" when she went ashore on the Harriet Beach through having insufficient ballast on board.

He sustained an injury some two years ago and it is the effects of this hastened by his duties under the Harbour Board that were the immediate cause of his death.

Susanna COCK (1820- ). Susanna was born in 1820. She was baptised on 1 October 1820 in Rame.2

Sources

1"Rame Church Marriage Records".
Rame Church.
2"Rame Church Baptism Records".
Rame Church.
3"Burial Records of Rame Church".
4"1851 Census".
National Archives, Kew.
5"1861 Census".
National Archives, Kew.
6"1871 Census".
National Archives, Kew.
7"1881 Census". RG11/2279/63/9. Assessment: Primary evidence.
National Archives, Kew.
8"1841 Census".
National Archives, Kew.
9"Taranki Herald".