Just browsing the site the first time since Xmas so only now seen your message. The marriage of Henrie Pidcocke to Agnes Willgoose was the first Pidcock marriage in the Darley registers and as yet I have not found any children baptised to them, nor either of their burials. I've transcribed all the Pidcock entries from most of the registers in Derbyshire and there was an Agnis Pidcock buried at Wirksworth on 4 July 1615, but if she was the one who married Henry she would have been about 90 years old.
I'm doing a one-name study of the Pidcock surname, but have not yet connected my branch into the Darley one.
There is no apparent connection between the surnames of PIDCOCK and PEACOCK; they have different derivations and seem originate in different areas. Except of course that Pidcock was sometimes miss-spelt as Peacock, possibly when not heard pronounced clearly, as has happened to my family occasionally. Get in touch if you think I can help further. Margaret
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