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man Thomas Pike‏‎ 1) 2) 3)
Born ‎± 1719/20 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎ 4) 5)
Baptised ‎13 Feb 1719/20 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 4)
Died ‎± Feb 1792‎, approximately 73 years 6)
Buried ‎10 Feb 1792 St Mary's Church, Grittleton, Wiltshire, England 6)
Occupations: ‎between 1761 and 1765 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England; Churchwarden 7), ‎between 1755 and 1776 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England; Woolstapler 8) 8) 8) 8) 2), ‎1778 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England; Thomas Pike Sr, Feoffee of the town of Tetbury 9)
Aprentice: Master, in the trade of woolstapler, for Thomas White ‎3 Jan 1755 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 8)
Aprentice: Master, in the trade of woolstapler, for Peter Graham ‎2 May 1767 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 8)
Aprentice: Master, in the trade of woolstapler, for William Byam ‎6 Apr 1772 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 8)
Aprentice: Master, in the trade of woolstapler, for Humphrey Tugwell ‎22 Aug 1776 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 8)


Notes: Thomas Pike Senior was a prominent woolstapler living in Tetbury. He was churchwarden in 1761. Described as a “gentleman of Foscote” in his burial record; Thomas had inherited significant land in Foscote from his mother, Elizabeth Wiltshire, which had previously belonged to the Greene and Walweyn families.

Thomas Pike married Jane Bailey at Longney by licence. Both Thomas and Jane were of Tetbury at the time of their marriage.

Married ‎24 Jun 1748 Longney, Gloucestershire, England 10) 11) 5) (19 years married)
to:

woman Jane Bailey‏‎ 11)
Born ‎± 1725 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎ 5) 12) 13)
Baptised ‎4 Apr 1725 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 12) 13)
Died ‎Mar 1768 Grittleton, Wiltshire, England‎, approximately 43 years 14)
Buried ‎27 Mar 1768 Grittleton, Wiltshire, England 14)

Notes: Jane Bailey was co-heiress to her uncle Daniel Evans who died childless.

Children:

1.
woman Elizabeth Pike‏‎
Born ‎1749 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1755 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 5 or 6 years
2.
man Walter Wiltshire Pike‏‎
Born ‎1750 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1785 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 34 or 35 years
3.
man Thomas Pike‏ 15) 16)
Born ‎3 Oct 1751 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎ 17) 18) 19) 20) 3)
Died ‎23 Feb 1813 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 61 years 17) 18) 20)
Buried ‎3 Mar 1815 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England Age: 63 20) 18)
Occupations: ‎1812 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England; Churchwarden 21), ‎between 1772 and 1815 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England; Woolstapler 16) 22) 3)
Residence: ‎between 1776 and 1811 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England 23) 24) 25)

Will signed: ‎13 Apr 1815 16)


Notes: Thomas Pike Junior was a woolstapler, living in Tetbury for most of his adult life. At the start of the 19th century, as Tetbury's wool industry declined, due to industrialisation, Thomas acted as agent for his son-in-law, Joseph Overbury, in the Spanish wool business ("...I have for several years last past been acting as agent for my Son in Law Joseph Overbury in the Spanish wool business..."). Joseph Ovebury was Thomas's executor.

Thomas Pike was churchwarden for Tetbury in 1812.

Extracts from Thomas's diary survive at Gloucestershire Record Office. These provide interesting insights into his lifestyle, the town’s burgeoning social scene at the end of the 18th century, and his connections. Equally striking are his patriotism and concerns for the Kingdom, and his interest in military matters.

Extracts from the Diary of Thomas Pike the younger (RR300.33GS, Gloucestershire Archives):

1786 June 14th: News came that the Wool Bill passed, for which the bells rang all day.
June 23rd: A smock run'd for out of spite the Vicar. A shame to suffer them to start.
June 26th: Mr. Paul's daughter Eleanor was this day christen'd at six months old. Dined there and spent the evening, Mr. & Mrs. Savage, Mr.& Mrs. Fisher, Mr. & Mrs. R. Wight, self and wife, Mrs. Byam, Miss Saunders, Mr. Clark, Mr. W. Wood, Mr. Richardes who took the huff and went off insisting upon it that he had a right to put yearly six oxen into any of the demesne lands in this parish and it was granted in the time of Henry VI.
July 26th: Mr. Emerson, Harvey and two others in the coach from London was overturned near Henley. Harvey little hurt, Emerson's leg broke bad, the other two so much hurt that there is but little hopes of recovery.
August 6th: This day was venison feast, cost 13/6d each. I won 10/6d.
August 14th: This day the King, Queen and three Princesses were at Mr. O. Paul's ar Rodborough and saw the whole of the clothing business carried on in the Bowling Green. Their attendants were Lord and Lady Courtown, Lord and Lady Harcourt, Colonel Digby. Breakfast at Sir G.O. Paul's and had a bait at Lord Ducie's. Cheltenham to dine.
1789 January 8th and 9th: Mr. T.S. Cooper and Thomas Pike collected from the inhabitants £32. 3. 6d for the relief of the poor at this inclement season of the year and gave away a tenth H1062 of beef cut in 188 pieces and 144 pecks of peas with 150 loaves of bread and have in hand to be given away next week £7. 3. 0d.
January 13th: This day we had a fine rain and thaw after eight weeks continued frost and part of the old Swann Inn was a fire but happily extinguish'd.
February 3rd: This evening abt 7 o'clock the thunder and lightning did very considerable damage to the steeple and cloisters. Some of the steeple stones were thrown over into the Turnpike Road.
March 10th: This town was beautifully illuminated for joy of the recovery of his Majesty's health.
March 19th: Mr. R. Wight fremoved from the Chipping, otherwise Gormandizing Square, so named by G. White, Atty.
March 30th: A race at Kingscote between the Major's Balloon and Mr. H. Sloper's Chance for fifty guineas each. Won easily by Mr. Sloper.
April 23rd: This day a general thanksgiving for his Majesty's recovery from insanity.
May 21st: R. Wight and myself bottled off a pipe of port for S.C. Harvey and had for dinner a piece of salmon, 6 rosted pidgeons and goosebery pye.
July 16th and 17th: Tetbury races and sweepstakes.
July 20th: Sail'd through the tunnel at Salperton and dined at the Tunnel House.
October 8: At the Assembly, Dalby order'd the musick out of the room qr. of an hour before the time fix'd to give over, quite aget the will of the ladies, I.W. Wickes, Master of the Ceremony, whom D. used exceedingly and H. Sloper. D. challeng'd to fight them both but Wickes well beat him to the joy of all present. H. Sloper gave him two or three blows and then Dy. asked his pardon and both of 'em declares him to be the greatest coward living.
October 31st: Bottled two pipes of wine at Byams.
November 5th: Had an agreeable ball. 16 couple.
November 12th: Spent the night at Mr. Hoskins and danc'd till 4 o'clock. Supp'd there. Sit down to table 35.
1790 May 6th: Went to Bristol with Hubbersty. McNamara was hanged. Handsome young fellow and died like a man. Dined with Mr. Thos. Lucas. Loin of veal etc., etc., etc. Horse feel with me coming home and bruised very much.
October 7th: Reverend Mr. Golightly was either murdered or kill'd by a fall from his horse going from Mr. Thomas's of Uley where he had been paying his addresses to Miss Thomas and both dine'd at the Reverend Mr. Richardes's that day.
1791 April 28th: Byams horse was to go 100 miles in 12 hours for sixty guineas. Did it easy in 11 hours and a half.
July 14th: Tetbury races.
December 30th: A very good assembly at The Hart. Near four score attended.
1792 May 17th: Went to Cirencester and saw Mr. Preston chair'd and an exceeding fine sight it was. Self, Cooper, Byam, Warman and Miss Lewis.
1795 January 8th: Mr. Thomas Frampton and Miss Hannah Wood married.
February 7th: A fine thaw after seven weeks frost and snow.
March 14th: A deep snow all day long.
June 18th 19th & 20th: The weather was so intense that more than a thousand sheep died of the cold on the Wiltshire Downs.
1797 January Saturday 7th: Went to Shipton Wood and saw the Duke's hounds unkennell. Two brace of foxes.
Thursday 19th: Dined at home. In the even at Griskin Club with the Revened Mr. Davis, W. Wood junior, Jos. Wood and T. Seymour.
Saturday 21st: Dined at home. Spent the evening Catch Club. Pleasant night.
Monday 23rd: Went to coarsing with W. Talboys. Killed one hare and saw the Romney Fencibles exercise in the Common.
Saturday 28th: Catch Club.
February Friday 3rd: Ball in the evening.
Saturday 4th: At Fair. Goringes Newnton. Wm Spearing, T. Seymour drunk.
Monday 6th: Saw a fox turn'd off at Cherrington Grove.
March 2nd: At Bristol. Reported that 5,000 French had landed at St. Davids. The Military and Cavalry called upon under the orders of the Marquis of Buckingham and all behaved like true Englishmen. The inhabitants made a very handsome subscription for the soldiers and armed themselves to guard the prisoners at Stapleton but it being a false alarm the troops came back the same evening from Pill.
Sunday 5th March: This day came the joyfull news of Sir John Jervis with 15 sail engaging the Spanish Fleet of 27 Sale of the Line and taking two ships of 112 guns each, one 85 and one 74. Great news in time of distress.
Monday 6th: Harry Sloper this day met Miss Maskelyne near Cricklade and carried her off and married her.
May Thursday 25th: Went to see Hampton Cavalry reviewed. No review. General did not come.
Friday June 2nd: Silkwood Fair.
Thursday 15th June: Went to see the Cavalry.
Wednesday 28th: Such a storm about 7 o’clock as was scarcely ever remembered.
Friday 30th: The noted Parker, the mutineer, was this morn hanged on board the Sandwich, man of war, at half past 9 o’clock in the morning and died a penitent.
July 17th: Sunday School meeting.
December Tuesday 19th: At home. Soupe and beef. Wet. A general thanksgiving for our late victory. Dodgson did duty.
Thursday 28th December: A meeting of Quakers at Coxe’s great room.
Tuesday 30th: J. Paul, Esq. chosen in Thirteen in the room of the late J.S. Cooper who was this day buried. A large funeral. 35 invited. The pall bearers were Bowdler, myself, Dallaway, Saunders, R. Wight and Wm. Wood. J.P. gave an entertainment at Warns to Cooper, myself, Dallaway, Arundel, Bowdler and R. Wight. Had for supper turkey and oysters, larks, calves head, sausages, ham and fowles and a hare. Stormy day.
March Wednesday 8th: General fast. Hobbins dined here. Roast beef, salt fish. Warman, Seymour and C. Wickes supped here. A stormy day.
Tuesday 8th May: Mr. Sloper bets Mr. Robbins give guineas that there is a King of the French acknowledged by the French nation on or before the 7th May 1803. Both prest.
June Wednesday 13th: To the review on Beckhampton Downs. Ten troops cavalary. Ld Bruce and Lady Bruce presented ‘em with colours.
August 30th: The Malmesbury Troop set of this day to be reviewed by His Majesty.
October Wednesday 3rd: A fine day. News came of Nelson’s victory, taking one 80 guns and Bait (74) burnt. 120 and 80 guns and two frigates. Great rejoicing all over the Kingdom.
4.
woman Ann Pike‏‎
Born ‎1753 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1757 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 3 or 4 years
5.
man Robert Pike‏‎
Born ‎1755 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1755 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, under 1 year old
6.
woman Elizabeth Pike‏‎
Born ‎1755 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1755 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, under 1 year old
7.
woman Rebecca Pike‏‎
Born ‎1758 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1759 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 0 or 1 years
8.
man Robert Pike‏‎
Born ‎1759 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1826 Grittleton, Wiltshire, England‎, 66 or 67 years
9.
man Daniel Pike‏‎
Born ‎1759 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1770 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 10 or 11 years
10.
man Joseph Pike‏‎
Born ‎1761 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1762 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 0 or 1 years
11.
man Joseph Pike‏‎
Born ‎1763 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1764 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 0 or 1 years
12.
woman Betty Pike‏‎
Born ‎1763 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎
13.
man Charles Pike‏‎
Born ‎1766 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England
Died ‎1779 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England‎, 12 or 13 years

Sources

1) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "Thomas son of Mr Thomas Pike born Oct 3". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=GloucBMDearly&h=1527381&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Reference Numbers: P328/1 IN 1/2 (Data from direct source)
2) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Marriages and Banns, 1754-1938 "Mr Thomas Pike Junr of the Parish of Tetbury a batchelor son of Mr Thos Pike Woolstapler and Mrs Sarah White spinster of the same parish Daughter of Mr George White mercer married in this church by licence this thirteenth day of February in the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy two by me John Wight. In the presence of Walter Wiltshire Pike, Thos White". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=GloucMarriages&h=1889816&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Reference Numbers: P328/1 IN 1/9 (Data from direct source)
3) Source: Gloucestershire Marriage Allegations and Bonds Mr Thomas Pike Junr, batchelor, woolstapler aged 18, of Tetbury swore before John White to marry at Tetbury, Sarah White, spinster aged 15, of Tetbury, by licence. To marry at Tetbury. The bond identifies the groom's father as Thomas Pike senior of Tetbury and the bride's father as George White. The groom, Thomas Pike senior and George White are bound in the sum of £500.. Reference: Q2/25; Q1 (Data from secondary evidence)
4) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "1720 Thomas son of Giles Pike Feb 13". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=GloucBMDearly&h=1526612&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Reference Numbers: P328/1 IN 1/2 (Data from secondary evidence)
5) Source: Gloucestershire Marriage Allegations and Bonds Thomas Pike, batchelor, aged 26, of Tetbury swore before Thos Clar Dockwray, to marry at Longney, Jane Bayley, aged 22, of Tetbury, by licence.. Reference: Q3/51 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
6) Source: Wiltshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 "Thomas Pike Gentn of Foscot". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=61187&h=1567573&indiv=try. Reference: Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre; Chippenham, Wiltshire, England; Wiltshire Parish Registers; Reference Number: 1620/1 (Data from secondary evidence)
7) Source: Lee, Alfred Theophilus, The history of the town and parish of Tetbury. Reference: Pg 296 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
8) Source: Register of Duties Paid for Apprentices' Indentures, 1710-1811 Record for Thomas Pike (Data from direct source)
9) Source: Lee, Alfred Theophilus, The history of the town and parish of Tetbury. Reference: Pg 299 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
10) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "June 24th Thomas Pyke and Jane Bayley of the parish of Tetbury were married.". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=4732&h=14245071&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucestershire, England; Gloucestershire Anglican Parish Registers; Reference Number: GDR/V1/150
11) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "June 24th Thomas Pyke and Jane Bayley of the parish of Tetbury were married.". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=4732&h=16097995&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucestershire, England; Gloucestershire Anglican Parish Registers; Reference Number: P207 IN 1/2
12) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "Jane daughter of Edward Baily April 4". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=4732&h=15673270&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucestershire, England; Gloucestershire Anglican Parish Registers; Reference Number: GDR/V1/241 (Data from secondary evidence)
13) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "Jane daughter of Edward Baily April 4". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=4732&h=1533474&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucestershire, England; Gloucestershire Anglican Parish Registers; Reference Number: P328/1 IN 1/2 (Data from secondary evidence)
14) Source: Wiltshire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 "Pike wife of Mr Thos Pike of Foscot". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=61187&h=1567360&indiv=try. Reference: Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre; Chippenham, Wiltshire, England; Wiltshire Parish Registers; Reference Number: 1620/1 (Data from secondary evidence)
15) Source: England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 Will of Walter Wiltshire Pike, Retired Commander in the Royal Navy of Westbury upon Trym , Gloucestershire"to Nathaniel Overbury Solicitor London and Edward Overbury of Jersey and Nieces Ellen wife of Thomas Fox Esqr of London and Maria wife of Thomas Marling Esqre of Saxonbury Hall Sussex aforesaid sons and daughters of my late Sister Elizabeth Overbury share and share alike and as to the other remaining equal sixth part or share thereof". Reference: PROB 11/2108 (Data from secondary evidence)
16) Source: England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858 Will of Thomas Pike, Woolstapler of Tetbury, Gloucestershire.This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Pike of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester Woolstapler First I give devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Sarah Pike all my Freehold Leasehold and Copyhold Messuages lands Tenements hereditaments & premiseswith their and every of their rights members and appurtenances situate and being in the Town of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester or Elsewhere in the Kingdom of Great britain which I have a power to dispose of to hold to my said dear wife Sarah Pike and her assigns for and during the term of her natural life and from and mmediately after her decease I give devise and bequeath the same messuages Lands Tenements hereditaments and premises with their & every of their rights members and appurtenances unto Joseph Overbury woolstapler of Tetbury aforesaid woolstapler upon trust to divide as near as possible and to the best of his knowledge and understanding all such houses and lands which is now in my possession equally divided among my Children except the house and warehouse now in my possession which said house & warehouse I give equally among my three Daughters Mary * Ann Bamford and Sarah Pike in * of their Signature for my milling lands situate and being in the parish of Kington Saint Michael in the County of Wilts Michaelmas last past and in case my house and warehouse aforesaid should bring the Sum of Six hundred and fifty pounds I then give and bequeath unto my said three Daughters Mary Wood Ann Bamford and Sarah Pike Enough of my household Furniture plate Linen China books &c personals as to make it amount to the sum of six hundred and Fifty pounds from and immediately after the death of my dear wife Sarah Pike and the remainder of my said house hold Goods Plate Linen China books & after the said sum of six hundred and Fifty pounds is made up I give equally among all my Children as shall be then living to be divided and allotted at the discretion of the said Mr Joseph Overbury all the rest residue and remaidner of my money rights credits and personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever after paying my Just Debts I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Sarah Pike whom I appoint Sole Executrix of this my last will & testament contained in one sheet of paper In witness whereof I the said Thomas Pike have to this my last will and Testament contained in one sheet of Paper In witness where I the said Thomas Pike have to this my last will and testament contained in one sheet of paper set my hand and seal to wit my hand to the bottom of the preceding part and hand and seal to this last part of the sheet this Fourteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and EightThomas PikeSigned Sealed published and declared by the said Thomas Pike the Testator as and for his last will & testament in thepresence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto in his presence and in the presence of each otherJno Arundell Thos Edwd *This is a Codicil to the last will and Testament of me Thomas Pike of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester woolstapler which I direct may be annexed thereto and taken as part thereof whereas I have for several years last past been acting as agent for my Son in Law Joseph Overbury in the Spanish wool business wherein I have contracted Debts in my own name altho such Debts are actually due to the said Joseph Overbury as his own sole property to a considerable amount and therefore to remove any scruple or doubt after my decease in whose name such Debts ought to be recovered I do by this my Codicil nominate and appoint the said Joseph Overbury an Executor of my said last will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty first day of may in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Fourteen Thomas Pike Signed Sealed published and declared by the said Thomas Pike as a Codicil to his last will and Testament in the presence of us Jno Letall Jas Sealy his ClerkProved at London with a Codicil 13th April 1815 before the Judge by the Oath of Joseph Overbury the Executor named in the Codicil to whom admon was granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer power reserved to Sarah Pike widow the Relict and other Executor. Reference: PROB 11/1567 (Data from direct source)
17) Source: Monuments Floor of West Cloister"In memory of Walter Willshire PIKE, who died December, aged 35. Also of Charles PIKE, who died Oct. 15th, aged 13. Also of Elizabeth and Charlotte, daughters of Thomas and Sarah PIKE, who died in their infancy. Thomas PIKE, died Feby. 23rd, 1813, aged 63 years. Sarah, wife of Thomas PIKE, died Feby. 16th, 1819, aged 63 years.". Reference: St Mary the Virgin, Tetbury. (Questionable reliability of evidence)
18) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Burials, 1813-1988 "Thomas Pike Tetbury March 3rd 1813 63 R Davis Vicar". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=GloucBurials&h=1088135&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Reference Numbers: P328/1 IN 1/19 (Data from secondary evidence)
19) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1813 "1751: Thomas son of Mr Thomas Pike born Oct 3". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=GloucBMDearly&h=1527381&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Reference Numbers: P328/1 IN 1/2 (Data from direct source)
20) Source: Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Burials, 1813-1988 Record for Mr Thomas Pike. External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=5158&h=12543488&indiv=try. Reference: Gloucestershire Archives; Gloucester, England; Gloucestershire Anglican Parish Registers; Reference Numbers: GDR/V1/292 (Data from secondary evidence)
21) Source: Lee, Alfred Theophilus, The history of the town and parish of Tetbury. Reference: Pg 297 (Questionable reliability of evidence)
22) Source: UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893 Record for Joseph Overbury and Thomas Pike. External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=UKPollBooks&h=5171104&indiv=try (Data from direct source)
23) Source: UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893 Record for Nath Overbury. Reference: Database online. (Data from direct source)
24) Source: U.K. and U.S. Directories, 1680-1830 "Name: Thomas Pike; Location: Tetbury Gloucestershire; Gender: Male; Address(es): Tetbury, Gloucestershire; Source Date: 1784; Source Info: Listed in Bailey's British Directory [for 1784]; or, Merchant's and Trader's Useful Companion for the year 1784 ... in 4 Volumes ... Volume 1. London; Volume 2 The Western Directory; Volume 3 The Northern Directory; Volume 4 The Eastern Directory. The First Edition, 1784, BAILEY. London; Printed by J. Andrews, Little Eastcheap, and to be had of the Author, No. 53, Basinghall-street; No. 4, Queen-street, Cheapside; Mr. Long, Optician, Royal Exchange, and of every Bookseller in Town and Country". External Link
http://search.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=biodat&h=1237375&indiv=try (Questionable reliability of evidence)
25) Source: UK, Land Tax Redemption, 1798 Mr Thos Pike, tenant and proprietor. Reference: The National Archives; Kew, Richmond; Surrey, Land Tax Redemption Office: Quotas and Assessments, IR23; Piece: 30. (Data from direct source)