~1265, Paulinus Peyvre born in England, s/o 11817320. William Peyver & 11817321. Margaret ?.
By 1292, Paulinus’ father died, his brother John the heir.
1307-27, “Names of persons (John and Paulinus Peyvere) going abroad with Hugh le Despenser.” (S) UKNA.
7/7/1307, Edward II became king on the death of his father.
1310, “from John, son of Wm Peyvere, to Pauline Peyvere, his brother, of all his Right and Claim on the Manor of Langale, granted to Pauline by the said William, their father.” (S) The Norfolk Topographer’s Manual, Woodard, 1842, P77.
By 1315, Paulinus died.
9/21/1315, “whereb Sir Thomas de Verdon, Knt., grants to Matilda, the widow of Pauline Peyvere, the custody of two-third parts of the Manor of Langale, until Philip, son and heir of Pauline and Matilda, shall attain his majority.” (S) The Norfolk Topographer’s Manual, Woodard, 1842, P77.
1315-16, Maud Peyver held the third part of Langhale in dower.
(S) Norfolk Archaeology, V4, 1855, P16. (S) Hist. of Norfolk, V8, 1808, Thorp-Market.
Child of Paulinus and Matilda:
i. Philip Peyver (2954330), born aft. 1294 in England.