Henry Henzey Fraser Pidcock belongs to the branch that lived at Old Swinford and Brierley Hill, Staffordshire in the 1700/1800s.There is quite a bit about them in the book "Collections for a genealogy of Henzey, Tyttery and Tyzack" by H.S.Grazebrook, 1877.You can get it through inter-library loan service.William Pidcock of Asbourne married into a family of French glassmakers, the Henzeys, on 14 Sept. 1698.H.H.F.'s father was:-
"Henry Pidcock, born Sep. 24, and bapt. at Oldswinford Oct. 8, 1804. He was in the civil service of the East India Company, on the Bengal establishment, and sometime commissioner of Revenue and Police; afterwards of Oakfield, co. Worcester, where he died May 26, 1862. He m. 1st., at Bareilly, in the Presidency of Agra, Jan. 7, 1841, Mary-Anne, dau. of Joshua Bacon, gent., and by her, (who died at Bareilly, aforesaid, Dec. 41 1845) had two daughters, Mary-Elizabeth, born Dec, 1841, died at Bareilly July 30, 1843; and Bessy who was born at Allahabad Oct. 25, 1845, and died soon after birth. Mr. Henry Pidcock m. 2ndly, at Bareilly, June 10, 1846, Augusta-Bramley, dau. of Charles Fraser, colonel in the Bengal Cavalry, and by her left issue:
1. Henry-Henzey-Fraser Pidcock, born at Bareilly, Feb. 1, 1847, Lieut. 103rd B.F."
[quoted from the above mentioned book.]