1477164. Sir Edward Gerbridge & 1477165. Margaret Peyver
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~1315, Edward “Gerbrygge” born in England, s/o 2954328. Thomas Gerbridge & 2954329. Brettau Banyard.
~1320, Margaret born in England, heir & d/o 2954330. Philip Peyver.
2/10/1328, Commission of oyer … Robert de Walkefare and Edmund Gerberge of Great Yarmouth, and others, under divers false pretexts, carried away and divided a great part of such goods [from boarding ships at sea] and detained the remainder … (S) CPRs. [This case is mentioned in multiple commissions.]
11/28/1343, Commission of oyer … [many men listed] … Edmund Gerberge, … carried away his goods in certain ships of his anchored at Loyestoft, co. Suffolk. (S) CPRs.
6/29/1344, Whereas … the king for good service of him … has pardoned the treason, felony, … all of Great Yarmouth :– … John son of Edmund Gerberge … John de Thorpe … Edmund Gerberge … (S) CPRs.
1347-8, Sir Edward held a third part fee of Wickhampton. (S) Norfolk Archaeology, 1872, P5.
(S) Norfolk Archaeology, V4, 1855, P16.
Child of Edward and Margaret:
i. Thomas Gerbridge (738582), born ~1350 in England.