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Monday, August 24, 2020

Baron Hamo Pecche & Lady Alice Peverel

 189127984. Baron Hamo Pecche & 189127985. Lady Alice Peverel

~1115, Hamo born in England.

~1120, Alice born in England, d/o 159919246. Baron Pain Peverell.

Bef. 1135, Hamo married to Alice. Willelmus Paverel (d.1147) gave 2 knights´ fees ‘in franco maritagio … cum sorore sua’ to “Hamo Peccatum” in Suffolk.

1135, Record of Hamo & 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) CH&I.HII, P16.

Aft. 1156, Hamon de Peche gave a third of the church of St. John the evangelist in Corby to the nunnery of St. Michael at Little Wothorpe, Lincolnshire. (S) Hist. of Stamford, Lincoln, Drakard, 1822, P595.

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 … (S) FMG.

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 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.

1178-84, Hamo of Great Bealings, Suffolk, died; his son Geoffrey succeeding.


1185, Alice’s sister Matilda died without children; her 3 sisters her heirs. 

1185, Alice Peeche and her eldest son Geoffrey made claims against the estate of her sister Maud.

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 Trussbut (39979811), d/o Alice’s eldest sister Roysia (79959623).]

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.

Children of Hamo and Alice:

i. Geoffrey Pecche, born ~1145 in England.

Geoffrey married the widow of Richard de Coleham.

1188-9, Geoffrey amerced in Lincolnshire.

By 1190, Geoffrey died; his brother Gilbert succeeding.

ii. Gilbert Pecche (94563992), born ~1155 in England.

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