Peter Eachus  ‎(I629)‎
Name:
Peter Eachus

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 1774 24 31 Alsager
Death: 23 February 1842 ‎(Age 68)‎ 4 Bolton St, Salford
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 1774 24 31 Alsager

Baptism 17 January 1775 ‎(Age 12 months)‎ St Bertoline, Barthomley

Marriage Sarah Winn - 5 February 1807 ‎(Age 33)‎ Sandbach by Licence


Source: S1


Show Details Note: Marriage 5th February 1807 St Mary, Sandbach, Cheshire.
Peter Eachus, Batchelor of Sandbach.
Sarah Winn X ‎(her mark)‎. spindter of the same place.
were married by Licence by Charles Locket.
In the presence of Edwin Barton & Mary Brody X ‎(her mark)‎
‎[Archive - Digital copy's of Marriage & Marriage Licence]‎

Occupation Cabinet maker
A.K.A. Peter Etches


Note: After being Aquitted of Larcony at the Shropshire Court in 1832, Peter took his family to Salford, where they appear on the 1841 census with the name Etches, Whether this was a deliberate name change or just the Census Enumerator writing down what he thought he heard, we do not know , however the name stuck and he and his decendants from that day on called themselves Etches.
Death 23 February 1842 ‎(Age 68)‎ 4 Bolton St, Salford


Note: Death Certificate Held CD 1/13)
Burial 26 February 1842 ‎(3 days after death)‎ Sandbach


Source: S140

Reference Number S03003
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Parents Family  (F345)
Thomas Eachus
1750 - 1823
Mary Hilditch
1743 - 1775
Peter Eachus
1774 - 1842

Immediate Family  (F348)
Sarah Winn
1786 - 1842
Harriet Eachus
1808 - 1844
Elizabeth Eachus
1810 - 1871
Mary Eachus
1812 - 1873
Emily Eachus
1812 - 1865
Edwin Eachus
1813 - 1879
William Eachus
1815 - 1877
Sarah Eachus
1818 -
John Eachus
1820 -


Notes

Note
Death Certificate: Cause of death Apoplexy, Informant Edwin Etches present at death
Census:
1841 4 Bolton Street, Salford. Age 65, Cabinate Maker ‎(41-16)‎. Listed as Peter Etches.

Directories: 1841 4 Adelphi Street, Salford
Marriage licence in 1807 gives his age as 25
Sandbach Town Book: Nov 1827 House Value ¹1-15-0 paid 10d, Dec 1827 Same, Jane 1827 ¹3-10-0 paid 1/9d, Dec 1829 ¹1-15-0 paid 10d June 1832 ¹6 paid 2/6d. Oct 1832 ¹6, paid 2/6d.


County of Salop
28th Dec 1831
Reg v Eachus
Depositions number 55.
Reg v Peter Eachus
Re Felony



County of Salop

The examination of witnessess taken on oath this 28th day of December 1831 before me, Joesph Aldrich Cotton clerk of one of his Majesty's Justices of the peace acting in and for the said County of Salop, in the presence and hearing of Peter Eachus charged this day before me the said justice with felonously stealing at the parish of Ellesmere in the said county, six small pieces of oak veneers, ten oak boards and twelve small pieces of black oak. The property of Charles Kynasten Mainwaring of Oteley Park. in the said county of Salop Esquire.
William Whalley clerk of the works for the said Charles Kynasten Mainwaring, upon his oath sayeth that in the month of August Last the prisoners Peter Eachus and his two son's, who are cabinate makers, where employed at the new hall at Oteley. They worked in the servant's hall and slept in one of the servant's bedchambers in the said hall. The prisoner was employed in various jobs in the said servants hall where there were a quantity of oak vaneers and oak boards. In consequence of some goods being found in a plantation made of wire similar to that of the bell wall in the new hall, and also some potatoes being missed and the prisoners dog seen at night near the spot where the potatoes were taken from, and the prisoner's son's frequently going toward the plantation where the G....ns were set. The prisioner was suspected and I searched his box which contained some oak vaneers which corresponded to those in the servants hall, and on the 23rd December instant I went with John Mason one of the constables of Ellsmere to search the prisoner's premises at Sandbach in Cheshire, and found the six pieces of oak vaneers, ten oak boards and the twelve pieces of black oak now produced by John Mason which I have seen at the new hall and are the property of Mr Mainwaring.

Wm Whalley

Taken and sworn before me
J A Cotton

John Mason one of the constables of Ellsmere in the said county upon his oath saith on the 23rd December 1831 instant I went with the last witness to search the house and premises of the prisoner in Sandbach in Cheshire, and found the six pieces of oak vaneer, ten oak boards and the twelve small pieces of oak now produced which Mr William Whalley at the time I found them identified them as the property of Mr Mainwaring.

John Mason

Taken and sworn by me J A Cotton


James Burroughs of Ellsmere aforsaid Joiner upon his oath saith I work at Oteley and about two months ago I cut up the small pieces of oak now produced by John Mason and of which I can identify and the same as the propety of Mr Mainwaring.

James Burroughs

Taken and sworn by me J A Cotton


The said Peter Eachus upon his volentary examination now taken before me the said Justice saith
"I have nothing to say at present"

Peter Eachus

Taken before me J A Cotton

January 1832

Peter later moved to Salford, Lancashire where he changed his name to Etches, His family later changed it again to Etchells.


Archive;
Trial Papers ‎(MISC 1/1)‎
Depositions Transcritp ‎(MC 2/8)‎
Marriage Marriage 5th February 1807 St Mary, Sandbach, Cheshire.
Peter Eachus, Batchelor of Sandbach.
Sarah Winn X ‎(her mark)‎. spindter of the same place.
were married by Licence by Charles Locket.
In the presence of Edwin Barton & Mary Brody X ‎(her mark)‎
‎[Archive - Digital copy's of Marriage & Marriage Licence]‎
Marriage Marriage 5th February 1807 St Mary, Sandbach, Cheshire.
Peter Eachus, Batchelor of Sandbach.
Sarah Winn X ‎(her mark)‎. spindter of the same place.
were married by Licence by Charles Locket.
In the presence of Edwin Barton & Mary Brody X ‎(her mark)‎
‎[Archive - Digital copy's of Marriage & Marriage Licence]‎
A.K.A. After being Aquitted of Larcony at the Shropshire Court in 1832, Peter took his family to Salford, where they appear on the 1841 census with the name Etches, Whether this was a deliberate name change or just the Census Enumerator writing down what he thought he heard, we do not know , however the name stuck and he and his decendants from that day on called themselves Etches.
Death Death Certificate Held CD 1/13)

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Burial S140

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Family with Parents
Father
Thomas Eachus ‎(I624)‎
Birth 1750 22 25 Lawton
Death 1823 ‎(Age 73)‎
-7 years
Mother
 
Mary Hilditch ‎(I2133)‎
Birth 1743 23 23 Astbury, Cheshire. England
Death before 1775 ‎(Age 32)‎

Marriage: 20 February 1773 -- Astbury
10 months
#1
Peter Eachus ‎(I629)‎
Birth 1774 24 31 Alsager
Death 23 February 1842 ‎(Age 68)‎ 4 Bolton St, Salford
Family with Sarah Winn
Peter Eachus ‎(I629)‎
Birth 1774 24 31 Alsager
Death 23 February 1842 ‎(Age 68)‎ 4 Bolton St, Salford
12 years
Wife
 
Sarah Winn ‎(I637)‎
Birth 1786 Sandbach, Cheshire, England
Death 7 May 1842 ‎(Age 56)‎ Salford, Lancashire, England

Marriage: 5 February 1807 -- Sandbach by Licence
2 years
#1
Daughter
Harriet Eachus ‎(I638)‎
Birth 11 November 1808 34 22 Sandbach
Death 3 April 1844 ‎(Age 35)‎ St Stephen's St, Salford
15 months
#2
Daughter
Elizabeth Eachus ‎(I639)‎
Birth 14 February 1810 36 24 Wheelock, Sandbach, Cheshire, England
Death 12 February 1871 ‎(Age 60)‎ Cardiff
3 years
#3
Daughter
Mary Eachus ‎(I640)‎
Birth 11 August 1812 38 26 Sandbach, Cheshire, England
Death 8 April 1873 ‎(Age 60)‎ 22 Ackerman Road, Kensington, Middlesex.
#4
Daughter
Emily Eachus ‎(I641)‎
Birth 11 August 1812 38 26 Sandbach, Cheshire, England
Death 1865 ‎(Age 52)‎ Gorton ‎(2nd qtr)‎
5 months
#5
Son
Edwin Eachus ‎(I642)‎
Birth 1813 39 27 Wheelock
Death 1879 ‎(Age 66)‎ Manchester RD ‎(aged 62)‎
2 years
#6
Son
William Eachus ‎(I643)‎
Birth 1815 41 29 Wheelock, Cheshire, England
Death 21 August 1877 ‎(Age 62)‎ 26 South St, Longsight
3 years
#7
Daughter
Sarah Eachus ‎(I644)‎
Birth 1818 44 32 Sandbach
2 years
#8
Son
John Eachus ‎(I645)‎
Birth 3 March 1820 46 34 Wheelock