Mercy Swetland

F, b. 18 October 1758, d. 23 May 1850
     Mercy was born on 18 October 1758.1 She was the daughter of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon. Mercy died on 23 May 1850 at age 91.1

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Abi Swetland

F, b. 26 July 1760
     Abi died. Abi was born on 26 July 1760.1 She was the daughter of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon.

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Sarah Swetland

F, b. 22 August 1762
     Sarah died. Sarah was born on 22 August 1762.1 She was the daughter of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon.

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Mary Swetland

F, b. 17 June 1764
     Mary died. Mary was born on 17 June 1764.1 She was the daughter of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon.

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Hepsiba Swetland

F, b. 27 April 1766
     Hepsiba died. Hepsiba was born on 27 April 1766.1 She was the daughter of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon.

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Annis Swetland

M, b. after 1766
     Annis died. Annis was born after 1766.1 He was the son of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon.

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Samuel Swetland

M, b. after 1766
     Samuel died. Samuel was born after 1766.1 He was the son of John Swetland Jr. and Abi Demming or Damon.

Citations

  1. [S205] Swetland Genealogy, Microfiche , pg 36.

Sir John Aspall

M
     Sir was born.1 He married Katherine Pecche before 1377.1

Child of Sir John Aspall and Katherine Pecche

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.

Merabel Aspall

M, b. circa 1370
     Merabel was born circa 1370.1 He was the son of Sir John Aspall and Katherine Pecche.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.

Thomas Notebeme

M
     Thomas was born.1
     
     
      "Katherine Pecche's second husband is identified as Sir Thomas Notbeam in the Visitation of Suffolk, taken in 1561 by William Hervy, Clarenceux. This Visitation refers to "John Hynkley and Margarett his wyfe daughter and heyre of Sr. Thomas Notbeame and Katheryn his wyfe daughter and heyre of Sr. Gylberd Peache knyght... This entry is confirmed by a suit of Thomas Notebene and Katrine his wife, daughter of Gilbert Pecche, Hilary term 5 Richard 2 (1382) for the manor of Plechedene, co. Essex, and Swaffham, co. Cambridge. (Joan Corder, ed., The Visitation of Suffolk, 1561, 2 vols., Harleian Society Publications, new ser. 2-3 (London, 1981-84) Pt. 1:77, 82.)
      In 1404, Thomas Notebem and Katherine his wife were involved in a suit to collect a debt. ( Cal. Close Rolls, Henry IV, Vol. 2 378)"
     
      David L. Greene (TAG.)
     
     


He married Katherine Pecche circa 1377.2,3

Child of Thomas Notebeme and Katherine Pecche

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.
  2. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338,.
  3. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 77.

Margaret Notebeme

F, b. circa 1378, d. 23 November 1443
     She married John Hinkley.1,2
     
     
      "An Inquisition post mortem on Margaret has not been found, but on 14 February 1443/4 an order was issued to the escheator of co. Suffolk, "pursuant to an inquisition made by him showing that Margaret late the wife of John Hynkeley held on the day of her death" various properties in Great Thirlowe and Little Thurlowe and "20s. of rent, issuing from the manor of Great Thirlowe, receivable yearly.... from Thomas Geddyng and his heirs" and showing that "Alice wife of John Marchall and Cecily wife of Henry Caldebek, the daughters of the said Margaret, are her next heirs and of full age...( Cal. Fine Rolls, 17:253) The escheator was ordered to take the fealty of John Marchall and Henry [Caldebek] and make a partition of the messuages into two equal parts.
     
      On the same date, an order was issued to the escheator in Essex "to remove the king's hand and meddle no further with the manor Plecchedon, delivering to John Marchall, Alice his wife, Henry Caldebeke and Cicely his wife and issues therof taken; as the king has learned by inquisition...that Margaret who was wife of John Hynkeley at her death held no lands in Essex in chief in demesne nor in service, but held the said manor in socage of Richard Neylle earl of Salisbury...and that the said Alice and Cicely are her daughters and next heirs, and are of full age." ( Cal. Close Rolls. Henry VI, Vol 4, 89)"
     
      (David L. Greene (TAG.))
     
     


Margaret was born circa 1378.1,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Notebeme and Katherine Pecche. Margaret died on 23 November 1443.3

Children of Margaret Notebeme and John Hinkley

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338,.
  2. [S195] Suffolk 1561, Visitations , pg 77.
  3. [S217] Anc. Funerall Monu., Weever, John , pg 779.

Alice Hinkley

F, d. circa 1454
     Alice was born.1 She was the daughter of John Hinkley and Margaret Notebeme. Alice died circa 1454 at county Suffolk, England.2

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.
  2. [S515] Cal. Close Rolls. Henry VI, Vol 19:90-91.

Lord Gilbert Pecche

M, b. circa 1306, d. circa 1349
      Gilbert Pecche at aged 16 when he became, Baron Pecche 1622, at his father's death. He did homage and had order for livery of his inheritance, 19 March 1327/8. He was already a knight in 1328 and served in the campaigns in France 1342, 1346, and 1347. Gilbert was never summoned to Parliament.
     
     

He married Joan NN----.1 Gilbert was born circa 1306.2 He was the son of Baron Gilbert Pecche and Iseult NN----. He married Sibyl Istly circa 1331.1 Gilbert died circa 1349.

Child of Lord Gilbert Pecche and Joan NN----

Children of Lord Gilbert Pecche and Sibyl Istly

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.
  2. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 337.

Sibyl Istly

F
     Sibyl was born.1 She married Lord Gilbert Pecche circa 1331.1

Children of Sibyl Istly and Lord Gilbert Pecche

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.

Elizabeth Pecche

M, d. between 21 March 1361 and 1362
     Elizabeth was born.1 He was the son of Lord Gilbert Pecche and Sibyl Istly. Elizabeth died between 21 March 1361 and 1362.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.

Joan NN----

F
     She married Lord Gilbert Pecche.1 Joan died. Joan was born.1

Child of Joan NN---- and Lord Gilbert Pecche

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.

Roger Pecche

M, d. 1362
     Roger was born.1 He was the son of Lord Gilbert Pecche and Joan NN----. Roger died in 1362.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 338.

Baron Gilbert Pecche

M, d. 1322
     Gilbert was born.1
     
     
      Gilbert Pecche, was of legal age in April 1286. In October 1288 he was one of the hostages (Gascon and English) given by Edward to Alfonso of Aragon for the fulfilment of agreements. He was summoned to military service in Gascony 1294, and was there in January 1296/7; against the Scots, 1298-1302, and regularly under Edward II. He was summoned to Parliament from 29 December 1299 (28 Edward I) to 14 March 1321 (Edward II), by writs directed Gilberto Pecche, whereby he is held to have become Lord Pecche.
     
      His seal was affixed to the letter of the Barons to the Pope, February 1300/01. He was a knight in the summer of 1302, and a Knight of the Household of Edward I and Edward II. In June 1311 he was joint commissioner to treat with envoys of France as to matters in dispute under the Treaty of Montreuil (1299), and in 1314 and 1315 was employed as the King's agent or messenger to Gascony and Avignon. In 1316 he was a commissioner to hear a complaint in Suffolk; and again, in Lincs, after his return from Gascony. He was appointed Seneschal of Gascony 18 July 1316. In 1321 he was ordered to abstain from the meeting of the "Good Peers" summoned by Thomas Earl of Lancaster, at Doncaster; and he was granted protection on going in the King's service to Wales January 1321/2. In the last months of his life he appears to have been Steward of the King's Household.
     
     

He was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Joan De Creye. He married Iseult NN----.2 Gilbert died in 1322.2

Child of Baron Gilbert Pecche and Iseult NN----

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.
  2. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 337.

Iseult NN----

F, d. after 1331/1332
     She married Baron Gilbert Pecche.1 Iseult died after 1331/1332.1

Child of Iseult NN---- and Baron Gilbert Pecche

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 337.

Gilbert Pecche

M, d. 1299
     Gilbert Pecche was the son of Hamon Pecche and Eve NN----.
     
     
      Gilbert Pecche, heir to his father had order for livery of his inheritance 11 December 1241. He was summoned August 1260, for the campaign in Wales after the fall of Builth Castle; to be in London, 29 Oct 1261, with all his available force, upon the King's urgent business; and, 25 May 1263 and 6 March 1263/4 for service in Wales. In 1264 Simon de Monfort was acting in alliance with Llewelyn; Gilbert Pecche seems either to have maintained his allegiance or to have returned to immediately after Evesham, for he obtained a protection on 24 August 1265, and again in 1266. He was summoned again for service in Wales, 1276, 1282, and 1283. In February 1283/4 he surrendered to the King and Queen Eleanor all his lands held in chief in consideration of an annuity equivalent to the yearly value of such lands. ( January 1284, where the annual value of the lands so surrendered is stated to have been 124 li., in return for which Gilbert received land in Westclive to the value of 62 li., the farms of Ipswich and Chesteton and 78 r. 6d.. This, however, cannot have represented the whole of the transaction, for in February 1284/5 Gilbert had a grant for life of the manors of Le Neylande and Bansted, and of Torpel, Northants, Newton-Harcourt, Leics, and Scothow, Norf; he also had Grestinghorpe, Essex, for live with reversion to the King. The reason for this surrender is not easy to discover, unless it were hostility to his issue by his 1st wife, who were his lawful heirs.) He conveyed Corby, Lincs, by a fine of 14 June 1271 to Gilbert Pecche, his eldest son by his 2nd wife, and later settled other property on him, but this surrender to the King prejudiced Gilbert the younger equally with his half-brothers.
     
     

He married Maud De Hastinges.1 He married Joan De Creye.1 Gilbert died in 1299.1

Children of Gilbert Pecche and Maud De Hastinges

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.
  2. [S240] Royal Descents, Roberts, Gary Boyd , pg. 464.

Maud De Hastinges

F, d. circa 1264
     She married Gilbert Pecche.1 Maud died circa 1264.1

Children of Maud De Hastinges and Gilbert Pecche

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.

John Pecche

M
     John was born.1 He was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Maud De Hastinges.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.

Edmund Pecche

M
     Edmund was born.1 He was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Maud De Hastinges.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.

Joan De Creye

F, d. after 1302/1303
     She married Gilbert Pecche.1 Joan died after 1302/1303.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.
  2. [S240] Royal Descents, Roberts, Gary Boyd , pg. 464.

William Pecche

M
     William was born.1 He was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Joan De Creye.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.

Simon Pecche

M
     Simon was born.1 He was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Joan De Creye.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.

John Pecche

M
     John was born.1 He was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Joan De Creye.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 336.

Hamon Pecche

M, d. 1241
     Hamon Pecche was the son of Gilbert Pecche and Alice Fitz Walter.
     
     
      Hamon Pecche, son and heir was a minor at his father's death, his custody and marriage being granted, 1 January 1212/3, to Hugh de Boues. He appears to have reached man's estate in time to be associated with his family connections in the armed opposition of the Barons to John. In 1221 he did his service in the campaign against Biham and served under the Earl Marshal in the Welsh war of 1223, receiving in September 1225 a grant to maintain himself in the King's service. He was crossing the sea on duty for the King in 1230, and had protection to visit his lands abroad in 1232. In 1233 he was serving in the Welsh marches. Later he went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land, on which he died probably in the summer of 1241. His body was brought home and burried in Barnwell Priory. He was a benefactor of Colchester Abbey and of Sibton.
     
     

He married Eve NN----.1 Hamon died in 1241.2

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 335.
  2. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 334.

Eve NN----

F, d. after 1266/1267
     She married Hamon Pecche.1
     
     
      Eve, had licence to go abroad in 1242; successfully claimed a fishery in her manor of Birdbrook, 1248; and had a protection in 1266. de Bernewelle says that she died 8 January, but does not record the year. It gives detail of her burial, in the Lady Chapel, beside her husband by her sons, whom the prior had to sue for her legacy of 10 lbs.
     
     

Eve died after 1266/1267.1

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 335.

Hamon Pecche

M
     Hamon was born.1 He was the son of Hamon Pecche and Eve NN----.

Citations

  1. [S3] Comp Peerage England, Cokayne, George E. , vol 10 pg 335.