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Bousfield, Julia (b. 3 MAR 1829, d. 21 DEC 1897)
Note: Fourth daughter of George Delabere Bousfield, Esq. senior partner, George Bousfield & Co., Common Councillor, Master of the Clothworkers' Company (1848) and Director of the General Life and Fire Assurance Co.

Julia Peek and her father, George Delabere Bousfield, were members of the ancient family of Bousfield of Scarsykes, co. Westmorland, who were for several centuries established in the parish of Ravenstonedale, co Westmorland, near the hamlet of Bousfield, from which they took their name. For full details of the family of Bousfield of Scarsykes see Burke's Landed Gentry, 18th edition, Vol. III and Bousfield family documents contained in the Garrett Collection in the library of the Society of Genealogists, London.
Death: 21 DEC 1897 22 Overstrand Mansions, Battersea Park
Burial: Brighton Cemetery
Census: Date: 1871
Place: 54 Norfolk Square, Marylebone, London
Census: Date: 1881
Place: St Clair House, Cuckfield, Sussex

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Bousfield, George Delabere (b. 9 SEP 1788, d. 15 MAR 1859)
Occupation: Master of Clothworkers Company
Date: 1848
Death: 15 MAR 1859

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Peek, Richard (b. 20 MAY 1855, d. 18 JUL 1920)
Note: P.G.C. Eng. (Freemasons). Vicar of Stowupland, Suffolk, Rector of Sweffling, Suffolk and subsequently Chaplain at Dinard, France (1890-1895), Rector of Drewsteignton, Devon (1895-1904), to which he was presented by his cousin, Sir Henry Peek, Bart, and, lastly, Rector of St Magnus-the-Martyr, London Bridge, (1904-1920), which was also then in the gift of the Peek baronetcy. An ardent Freemason who held several distinguished offices in the Craft, including those of Provincial Grand Chaplain of Suffolk and of Jersey and, in 1899, Grand Chaplain of England.

In June 1895 the Rev. Richard Peek saved the life of a young French girl who jumped overboard from the ferry midway between Dinard and St. Malo, Brittany, and was subsequently awarded the bronze medal of the Royal Humane Society and the Gold Medal 1st Class of the Soci‚et‚e Nationale de Sauvetage de France. He and his wife Ada Peek are commemorated by a plaque in Drewsteignton Church. See "The Times" of 20 July 1920.
Education: Brighton College and St John's College, Cambridge. MA
Death: 18 JUL 1920 Sutton, Surrey
Burial: Norwood Cemetery, Peek Family Vault

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Peek, Mary Frances (b. 1858, d. 1877)
Death: 1877

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Peek, William (b. 1865, d. 1917)
Death: 1917
Census: Date: 1871
Place: 54 Norfolk Square, Marylebone, London
Census: Date: 1881
Place: St Clair House, Cuckfield, Sussex

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Peek, Vivienne Langley Hazelwood (b. 1889, d. 1962)
Death: 1962

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Wellings, Vyvian Thomas (b. 1889, d. 1975)
Death: 1975

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Reeves, Ada (b. 1856, d. 26 OCT 1911)
Note: Daughter of Alderman Edward James Reeves, J.P., Mayor of Brighton (1884-1887) and his wife Caroline. Married to the Rev. Richard Peek 5 April 1875 at Holborn, London. Died 26 October 1911 at Foots Cray, Sidcup, Kent, and buried in Peek family vault at Norwood.
Death: 26 OCT 1911 Foots Cray, Sidcup, Kent
Burial: Norwood Cemetery, Peek Family Vault

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