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Re: c1327 - Really old Pegges
Posted by: Patricia Obrist (ID *****7861) Date: August 13, 2009 at 12:32:25
In Reply to: Re: c1327 - Really old Pegges by John Pegg of 622

Hello, John,

Here'some more really old PEGGES in Hertfordshire:

21 Apr 1506 Extent of the lands of the manor in the occupation of John Warner, and of the Grove Mills and lands in the occupation of Robert Norwood, made by Reginald PEGGE "owner thereoff" DE/Z120/46225
Endorsed with: Trinity 1504
       1) Final concord between Reginald PEGGE, Plaintiff, and John MELSAM and Elizabeth his wife, defendants, concerning the Manor of Grove, 2 mills, lands, rents etc, in Watford and Leavesden. PEGGE is to pay 10 p a during the life of John and Elizabeth MELSAM
       2) Final concord between Richard Bodon, Plaintiff, and Reginald PEGGE and Anne his wife, and Philip; Skydmore and Thomas Parker, defendants, concerning two messuages etc in "Ruddersthorpe", Northampton, and one messuage, two mills and lands in "Watford Grove and Leavesden". Trinity 1509
       3) Final concord between William HEYDON, gentleman, and John HEYDON, clerk, plaintiffs, and William PEGGE, (son and heir of Reginald PEGGE) and Margaret his wife, and Geoffrey Oxley and Anne his wife, concerning the manor of Grove etc, including two watermills, in Watford, Leavesden and Abbot's Langley. Mich. 1516
       4) Memoranda as to lands in Leavesden, late Smythes, being included with the manor, and as to enrolments of a deed of bargain and sale, 18 Jan 1518 - 19
              ( These documents are held at Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies )


The Manor of the Grove was held of the manor of Cassiobury, Hertfordshire.

My interest in these folks is the HEYDON family. I am trying to figure out if any of these persons are related to the Heydons. I think I have heard the de Brittewells are related. They own the Grove from before 1400 to 1602, with some times in between when they did not own it... I have a picture of the Manor House with 47 bedrooms! Happy to share...

Patricia Bishop Obrist


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