I would like to make contact with anyone interested in this lineage. Samuel was the proprietor of Samuel Allcock & Co, the world's largest fishing tackle manufacturer at the end of the nineteenth century. This business was established in 1803 by Polycarp (Samuel's father) who died at Redditch on 1/6/1871 aged 96 years. The line has been traced back another three generations but the information I have is vague. Polycarp's father was a needlemaker named Sylvestor who was apparently born "two years before the '45 rebellion." Samuel was survived by three daughters who married A Williams, GE Leach and JW Shrimpton.