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Re: c1327 - Really old Pegges
Posted by: JP (ID *****8822) Date: December 13, 2010 at 03:35:18
In Reply to: Re: c1327 - Really old Pegges by Tina Hook of 622

I don't have an Ellen, there were a few branches of the Pegg's in Derby by 1800. Several had been there for a long time (Tudor horse traders) the focus seems to have been Littleover and Mickleover.

I do have a James Pegg born 1760 in Mickleover, a potental candidate for the father you are looking for? I'm from his brother John's (b 1752)line. If you link I can take you back 4 more generations, an potentially a lot more.

Most Pegg's seem to ultimately have roots in the Ashbourne area.

Good luck


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