womanPhoebe Ann Beddall‏‎
Born ‎C1849 St George's-in-the-East, Middx., baptised ‎1881 Mile End Old Town, E.(10 Heath Street)‎. Occupations: Dressmaker (1891)
In 4Q 1879, St Saviour, she married secondly Henry Thorne, a carpenter, and in 1891 Census they were living at 8 Brunswick(?) Lane, Bermondsey with her children Samuel E & Eliza Peerless, and a son named John Peerless (age 7, b.Marylebone) who was presumably a son of her second marriage.

Marriage/ Related to:

manWilliam Henry Peerless‏‎
Born ‎2Q 1843 Poplar, Middx., baptised ‎1866 Lewisham, London SE. (15 Molesworth St), died ‎before 1879‎, at most 36 years. Occupations: Police Constable (1866). Son of Edward Peerless and Ann Simmons
In 1861 Census he was a waiter. ?Died 3Q 1876, Guildford, age 32.

Children:

1)
manWilliam Henry Peerless‏
Born ‎11 Jun 1866 Lewisham, London SE. (15 Molesworth St)‎, baptised ‎1890 Camberwell, Surrey (125 Barkworth Road), died ‎before 1900‎, at most 34 years. Occupations: Cab driver (1900)
In 1881 Census he was a servant/warehouse keeper to John J Pearson, pawnbroker of 128 Rathbone Street, West Ham, Essex. In 1890 when William George was born he was a pawnbroker's assistant living at 125 Barkworth Road, Camberwell, and in the 1891 Census 7 months later he was still there with his wife & son; when Florence was born in Nov.1891 the family were at 43 Alderminster Rd, Bermondsey, William being a cab driver. The Certificate for Frederick's birth in Feb.1900 shows William as having died by then.
2)
womanPhoebe Ann Peerless‏‎
Born ‎2Q 1870 Camberwell, Surrey‎
In 1891 Census she was a mantle cutter, boarding with Sarah Jones, a mantle maker, and her family at 10 Huntingdon Buildings, Bethnal Green. Married 2Q 1891, London C. to George J Jones, son of Sarah Jones, and in 1901 Census George was a fishmonger living at 21 London Street, Greenwich with his wife, their daughter Olive and Phoebe's sister Eliza.
3)
manSamuel Edward Peerless‏‎
Born ‎3Q 1872 Camberwell, Surrey, died ‎4Q 1903 Whitechapel, London E.‎, 30 or 31 years. Occupations: Printer (1891)
In 1891 Census he was living with his mother and step-father in Bermondsey. In 1901 Census a shoeblack of this name was lodging at "Whittington Club and Chambers & East London Blue Shoeblack Society", 86 Leman Street, Whitechapel.
4)
womanEliza H Peerless‏‎
Born ‎C1876 Walworth, London SE.‎. Occupations: Housemaid (1901)
In 1881 Census she was living with her grand-parents, Edward & Anne Peerless at Lambeth. In 1891 Census she was living with her mother and step-father in Bermondsey. In 1901 Census she was living at Greenwich with her sister Phoebe and her family.