- The goal of the Pidcock Family
Association is to "foster family connections and to maintain
the genealogic record and family stories regardless of where we Pidcocks live
now". E-mail email@example.com
is on the `furry
- Barbara Jean Stires is secretary of the Pidcock
Association and a descendent of Rosanna Pidcock Dudbridge in the lineage
of Charles Pidcock of Bucks County, PA, USA.
- Betty is the principal of Livermore, Red feather lakes
and Stove prairie elementary
schools in Colorado,
is one of the faculty of the
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Faculty at Johns
Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
- Gary S. Pitcock of South Windsor, Connecticut USA is a
Pitcock genealogy researcher. He sites books listing Pitcock as an English
name and a variant spelling of Pidcock. He has found his own line and others
that had both spellings used on different early documents. He believes his
Pitcocks are descended through the Pidcocks of Bucks Co., Pa. Gary is a senior
civil engineer and the CT. Sons of the American Revolution State Historian.
is the "Official / Technical Delegate, Isle of Man" (UK) for the
International Youth Skill
- Paul Tunnard has put a picture of a "Pidcocks menagerie
trade token" on the web at www.geocities.com/paulplant_uk/trade-tokens.html.
Just don't ask me what on earth they are...
- Rick lives in Macon, Georgia, USA. He doesn't have direct
e-mail at the moment, but you can contact him through me.
- Terry FORCHE is not a Pidcock but has found some in his
family tree between 1836 (Ohio) and 1900 (Missouri, USA) E-mail
- Adrian Lynch sent me the following information about Australian
Pidcocks: "There are a lot of Pidcocks in Australia. They chiefly
are based on the north coast of New South Wales at the city of Grafton a provincial
town situated on the Clarence River - about 400 miles from Sydney. The family
are among the biggest timber millers in Australia. Their company is known
as the Big River Timber company. They also have farm interests and retail
interests. When I was kid, they also had department stores. The family is
well known for community service and leadership."
- There are Pidcock Roads in Princeton, Kentucky, USA and on Quadra
Island (just off the East Coast of Vancouver Island), Pidcock Streets
in Camperdown, Australia and Courtenay, British Columbia on Vancouver Island,
Pidcock Creek at the Washington Crossing State Park near New
Hope. Rodney tells me that Pidcock Road in Princeton, Kentucky was named after
his great-uncle Omer Pidcock! There's also a Pidcock Creek Road alongside
a portion of Pidcock Creek. The Thompson Neely House in New Hope has parts
which were built by John Pidcock and has been made open to the public. Pidcock
place is in Goonellabah, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia, and Pidcocks
live in this street! Apparently it was named after Athol Pidcock who worked
for the real estate company developing the land that it is built on. Also
in Australia, there are a lot of Pidcocks in the regions of Lismore and Grafton
- from real estate to restaurants, car dealerships to banking and also in
timber and steel manufacturing companies.
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