~1245, William Peyvre born in England, s/o 23634640. Paulinus Peyver.
1251, Pauline Peyvere enfeoffed William, his younger son, with a third part of Langhale.
1251, William’s father died, his brother John the heir.
1268, William de Peyvere, lord of Thorp-Market, recovered damages of the bailiff of Gimmingham, for distraining in this town, and in Roughton, which lordship he held in demean.
11/16/1272, Edward I succeeded Henry III as King of England. [While on crusade.]
1274, William Peyvere held a market and fair at Thorpe. (S) Gaz. of Markets and Fairs.
1275, William claimed royal privileges, a gallows, assise, a mercate and a fair at Thorpe.
Bef. 1292, William died.
1292, Margaret, now wife of Gilbert Hacon, claimed at third of Thorp-Market in dower.
(S) Norfolk Archaeology, V4, 1855, P16. (S) Hist. of Norfolk, V8, 1808, Thorp-Market. (S) Hist. of Norfolk, V10, 1809, Langale, and Kirksted.
Children of William and ?:
i. John Peyver, born ? in England.
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.
Child: 4/25/1317, William son of John Peyvere acknowledges that he owes to John de Thelnitham 120 marks. (S) CCRs.
ii. Paulinus Peyver (5908660), born ~1265 in England.