Thanks for responding.The Allcock line has been a tough one to follow. John appears on the 51,61,71 and 81 census.On the 81 census mother-in-law Ann Harris is living with them.Before 51 I have nothing on John. He was a fish hook/tackle maker and that's what leads me to believe he's somehow connected to your Allcock line - possibly a couple of generations back.
I have the marriage cert. of Samuel to Emma Woolley in 1878. Samuel is on the 81 census and then the trail ends until Emma appears on the US Census in 1900 married to John Crews (John Crews and Emma are my ggrandparents). I really would like to know what happened to Samuel?He seems to have vanished. The children of John and Emma have occasionally used the name Crews. I still haven't found the marriage of John Crews to Emma or exactly when Emma came to NY.Her children Samuel and Charles Allcock appear to have been born in England and possibly daughter Elsie Allcock.Aunt Elsie was around frequently when I was growing up.
I have had better luck tracing the Woolley and Crews line.