Lucy de Edelington
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Herbert Pecche

Lucy de Edelington

  • Born: Edelington, Lincolnshire, England
  • Marriage: Herbert Pecche 1216
  • Died: After 1283, Hampshire, England 1216

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 1216
After the death of Bartholomew Peche the manor of Whatcombe seems to have passed to Herbert Peche, who was perhaps his son. Herbert died seised of Whatcombe in 1272, leaving a son Bartholomew [Cal. Inq. p.m. (Hen. III), i, 285], but Herbert's widow Lucy held it in dower [Hund. R. (Rec. Com.), i, 10]. Bartholomew predeceased his mother in 1282-3, and his son Bartholomew succeeded on Lucy's death [Cal. Inq. p.m. (Edw. I), ii, 293]. He paid 100s. in 1312 for three years' respite from taking knighthood, but had been knighted before 1316, when he presented to the church of Whatcombe [Cal. Fine R. 1307-19, p. 156; Trans. Newbury Dist. Field Club, ii, 170].

~A History of the County of Berkshire, Volume IV, pp. 174-178

• Background Information. 1412
The Family of Brocas of Beaurepaire and Roche Court, "The Pecches of Beaurepaire" pedigree, p. 361

Bartholomew Pecche, Acquires Holemore 1245
Herbert Pecche, ob. 1272; Seised of Beaurepaire and the lands at Basing and Elsefield, married to Lucy of Edelington, in Lincolnshire, who was holding Beaurepaire in wardship in 1275.
Bartholomew Pecche, comes of age in 1275, claims Free Warren of the whole of his lands in the Hundred of Basingstoke, ob. 1282/3
Sir Bartholomew Pecche, ob. ante 1322, married to Johanna, sister of William de Broke. Johanna was a widow in 1322.
Sir John Pecche brother of Eliabeth (and Joan).

Lucy married Herbert Pecche, son of Bartholomew Pecche and Unknown.1216 (Herbert Pecche died in 1272 in Hampshire, England.)

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