Sir Robert Pegge

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Sir Robert Pegge

Postby John1 » Sun Oct 23, 2016 10:48 am

Just noted a potential connection. In the text that runs with the Charlton Tree (Derbyshire Journal of Natural Hitory Vol II 1880) There is mention of a Sir Robert Pegge Vicar of Cosby Leicestershire 10th April 1530 giving to "Our Lady of Yeaveley" next to Shirley so he is one of ours. I assume he is also the Sir Robert Pegge listed in Lincoln Wills Vol2. but he also appoints Sr Robert Peg his executor and recognises Sr Thomas Peg as his kinsman.

If anyone is inclined we should try to get hold of that will to see if there were multiple Knights in the family at the time or if the Sir/Sr was just a title for a priest, Although the Sr Thiomas Peg isn't referred to as being a priest and might well be the Thomas Pegg of Synfyn on page 1 of the Charlton tree.
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Re: Sir Robert Pegge

Postby John1 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 6:00 am

1486 refeerence to Robert Pegge renting the whole manor of Pray from the nuns. Never seen this before, geography differs and maybe too early for the Robert Pegge in the Charlton papers but just feasible or might be a son. Obviously an earlier branch than the Charlton tree could record, but right name and right status. More on the location here;
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/he ... /pp428-432

An armorial in this location would be a fantastic find.
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Re: Sir Robert Pegge

Postby John1 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 6:01 am

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_monastic_houses_in_Hertfordshire

astonishingly this is only 1km north of a Roman Fort I identified a few weeks back. First Roman fort in Hertfordshire....
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Re: Sir Robert Pegge

Postby John1 » Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:19 am

Sir Robert Pegge as a witness at Croft Leicestershire (1527), almost certainly the same on mentioned in Charlton as Cosby is the parish immediately East of Croft;

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Re: Sir Robert Pegge

Postby John1 » Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:21 am

Could be the Pegges of Croft are the ones that get a lot of mentions in wyggeston, which I took to be Wigston Leicester but might be Wigston Parva near Croft.
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