Thursday, February 7, 2013
G28: 189127984 Pecche-Peverel
Aft. 1135, Alice born in England, d/o §Robert Peverel & Adelicia ?.
Hamo married Alice.
By 1149, Roysia Peverell, wife of Rollo de Harcourt, coheiress to her brother William who died on crusade. [Her sisters: Maud wife of Hugh de Dover of Chilham, Kent; Alice wife of Hamo Peche; and Asceline wife of Geoffrey de Walterville.]
12/19/1154, Henry II succeeded King Stephen of England.
1/1256 at Dover, Hamo Peche witnessed a royal charter granting the Earldom of Oxford to Earl Alberic. (S) Court, Household, and Itinerary of King Henry II, Eyton, 1878, P16.
Bef. 1158, Henricus Rex Angliae … Hamoni Peech, et Gaufrido de Waltervill et Hugoni de Dovra, slautem. … terram suam de Crugeltona quam hamo Peverellus, cujus heredes vos estis eis dedit …
1163, Hamo Peche the sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. (S) Restoration and Reform, White, 2000, P92.
1164, Hamo Peche the sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. (S) Histories of the 4 Adjoining Parishes, Vs6-7, Clay, 1869, P11.
1165, Hamo Peche siezed of a Barony in Suffolk, consisting of 12 old fees.
4/1166, Hamo removed as sheriff of Cambridgeshire.
1166, Hamo married Alice. “Willelmus Paverel” gave 2 knights´ fees ‘in franco maritagio … cum sorore sua’ to “Hamo Peccatum” in Suffolk.
1166, Hamo Peccatum, of Cambridgeshire, held 3 knights´ fees from the bishop of Ely in Suffolk.
1166, Hamon returned 21 knights’ fees held of the Barony of his wife of the fee of Robert Peverel, and 6 knights’ fees of the honor of Clare. (S) Collections – Staffordshire, V3, 1882, P205.
1168, “Hamo Peccatum xii l xiii s v d” in Cambridgeshire; scutage on 19 knights’ fees.
Bef. 1172, Hamo Peeche, his wife, and son Geoffrey conceded to Shrewsbury abbey a third part of Crugelton and of Slepe; mentioning Hamo Peverel making the grant, and William Peverel, his nephew, had confirmed the grant.
By 1184, Hamo of Great Bealings, Suffolk, died; his son Geoffrey succeeding.
1185, Alice’s older sister Matilda [age 50] died without children; her 3 sisters her heirs.
1185, Alice Peverel and Geoffrey her son fined 100 marks to have their reasonable part of Brunne, as that which had been Matilda de Dover’s; Geoffrey’s aunt. [Opposing claimaint was Albreda (Harcourt) Trussbut.]
Aft. 9/29/1188, Alice died.
(S) Foundation for Medieval Genealogy. (S) Women of the English Nobility and Gentry, Ward, 1995, P101. (S) Antiquities of Shropshire, V9, Eyton, 1859, P67ff.
· 1121-2, William Peverel [of Dover], and Hamon his brother, witnessed a royal notification to Robert, bishop of Coventry. (S) Aristocracy of Norman England, Green, 2002, P249. [They had a brother Robert who had a son William Peverel of Brunne; who identified his mother as Adelicia.]
Children of Hamo and Alice:
Geoffrey married the widow of Richard de Coleham.
1188-9, Geoffrey amerced in Lincolnshire.
By 1190, Geoffrey died; his brother Gilbert succeeding.