'Peach1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Peach of Chalford, Peach of Minchinhampton, Peach of Woodchester

                               
?? Peach of Derbyshire
1. John Peach of Woodchester, Gloucestershire (b 1672-3, d 08.05.1737)
m. Anne Whitechurch (bur 22.12.1716, dau of Samuel Whitchurch of Bristol)
  A. Samuel Peach of Chalford (d 17.09.1769)
  m. Mary Peach (b c1700, d 12.12.1769) @1@ below
  MGH shows that Samuel & Mary had issue but does not follow his line. The following comes from a schedule kindly provided (with sources) by a trusted site visitor (CV, 01.01.17).
  i. John Peach of Theescombe
  m. Ann Dallway (dau of John Dallaway of Brimscombe)
  ii. Samuel Peach (b c1746, d 07.03.1803, rector of Compton Beauchamp)
  m. (by 1776) Susannah Bradley (b 1745-6, dau of James Bradley by Susannah Peach) @2@ below
  iii. Mary Peach (b c1725, d 08.06.1780)
  m. (10.04.1760) Samuel Lysons (b 28.12.1730, d 16.03.1808, rector of Rodmarton & Cherrington)
  iv. Elizabeth Peach
m. Alex. Townsend
  v. Anne Peach
  m. Thomas Henbury of Bristol
  vi. Susannah Peach
  m. (21.10.1776) John Boutflower (b 15.08.1736, d 12.03.1818, vicar of Seamer, m1. ??)
  vii. Sarah Peach (dsp)
  B. Sarah Peach probably the Sarah (d 04.1801) who married ...
  m1. John Turner of King's Stanley
  m2. (sp) Sir Onesiphorus Paul of Woodchester, 1st Bart of Rodborough (b c1705, d 21.09.1744)
  C.+ other issue - Anne, Elizabeth, Mary
2. Nathaniel Peach of Woodchester (b 1675-6, d 19.08.1719)
m. Margaret Pierce (b c1683, d 18.10.1741, dau of Edward Pierce of Devizes)
  A. Nathaniel Peach of Rooksmoore, Woodchester, Stanley & Levington Rector (d 25.12.1780, 3rd son)
  m. Deborah Paul (d 16.05.1765, dau of Obadiah Paul of Kings Stanley)
  B. Samuel Peach of Tockington (in Olveston, Gloucestershire) & Bristol
  m. Sarah (b 1704-5, d 18.09.1785)
  i. Sarah Peach (d 15.12.1763)
m. (21.02.1763) Isaac Elton of Stapleton, Sheriff of Bristol (a 1784)
  ii. Ellin Peach (d before 1788)
  m. Henry Cruger of Bristol (a 1784, MP)
  a. Samuel Peach Cruger, later Peach of Tockington (d 25.02.1845)
  m. Clarissa Partridge (b c1769, d 01.12.1836, dau of Charles Partridge of Cotham House)
  (1) Samuel Cruger Peach (b 07.04.1795, d unm 20.12.1836)
  (2) Ellin Sybilla Peach (b 17.11.1789, a 1845)
  m. (24.06.1820) Rev. James Jarvis Cleaver, later Peach (b 03.01.1776, a 1845)
  (3) Clara Peach (b 23.11.1700)
  m. (05.1813) Philip John Miles of Leigh Court (Somerset) & Bristol (b 1742-3, d 24.03.1815, MP)
  (4) Emma Sarah Peach (b 02.07.1792)
  m. (24.06.1820) John Murray, later Aynsley of Little Harle Tower (b 02.06.1795, son of Charles son of John, Duke of Atholl)
  C. Benjamin Peach of Westbury (Wiltshire) & Hyde (Dorset) (d before 17.06.1778)
  m. Elizabeth (a 1784)
  i. Nathaniel Peach of Bownham House, Rodborough (d 04.1788) had issue
  m. Julia Maria Keasberry (dau of William Keasberry)
  ii. William Gaisford Peach of Lockeridge House, Overton, Wiltshire (dsp before 03.05.1785)
  m. Elizabeth (a 1785)
  iii. Elizabeth Peach (a 1784)
  m. Thomas Cooper of Woodchester (a 1788)
  iv. Margaret Peach (a 1784)
  m. Samuel Wathen of Woodchester (a 1788)
  v. Deborah Peach (a 1784)
  m. Thomas Tregonwell Napier of Westbury (a 1784)
  vi. Mary Peach (a 1784)
  m. Edward Butler of Warminster (a 1784)
  vii. Ellen Peach (a 1784)
  m. John Buckler of Warminster (a 1784)
  viii. Susannah Peach (a 1784)
  m. (after 1778) John Boddily of Westbury (a 1784, clerk)
  ix. Jane Peach
  m. (after 1778, before 1784) John Giles of Shaftesbury (a 1784, clerk)
  D.+ other issue - Edward (d before 1781), John of Bristol (d before 03.07.1776)
3. Samuel Peach of Chalford, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire (d 20.08.1752)
  m. Eliza Sharpe (d 23.05.1737, dau of John Sharpe of Stratford-upon-Avon)
  A. John Peach of Chalford (d 28.12.1736)
  m. Sarah Small (d 20.12.1758, dau of John Small of Dunkirk, sister of John of Whaddon)
  i. Samuel Peach of London, Dunkirk House (Minchinhampton) & Whaddon (b c1725, d 13.12.1790)
  m. Christiana Cox (b 1735-6, d 26.09.1791, dau/heir of Howard Cox of Bristol & Virginia)
  a. John Peach (b 17.05.1759, dsp 24.08.1790)
  m. Henrietta Boileau (b 31.10.1753, d 1838, dau of Simeon Boileau of Dublin)
  b. Samuel Peach, later of Idlicote (Warwickshire) & Middlesex (b 17.09.1762, d 17.08.1832)
  m. (c1806) Amelia Baillie (dau of James Baillie, m2. Sir John Beresford, Bart)
  c. Sarah Christiana Peach (b 25.10.1757, d 06.013.1826)
  The following is supported by BLG1879 ('Keighly-Peach of Idlicote House').
  m. James English Keighly (d before 25.05.1808)
  (1) Henry Peach Keighly (d 31.10.1837, Major) had issue
  m1. (23.08.1814, div 1827/1829, sp?) Anne Pemberton (widow of _ Jefferson)
  m2. (05.03.1831) Emma Spicer Huet (dau of Rev. William Godfrey Huet)
  d. Catherine Elizabeth Peach (b 02.08.1760, d 25.04.1792)
  m. Rev. John Douglas (d 25.04.1808)
  e. Harriet Anne Peach (b 20.07.1771)
  m1. John James Hutley
  m2. (30.07.1798) Charles Broadhead (d 30.07.1803)
f.+ other issue - William Howard (b 07.02.1774, d unm 29.03.1834), Charles of London then Idlicote (b 05.02.1777, dsp 21.10.1837, Lt. Colonel), Charlotte Sophia (b 26.08.1766)
  ii. Elizabeth Peach (d 17.04.1760)
  m. Richard Small of Nailsworth
  iii.+ other issue - John (d young), Sarah (b 1729-30, dsp 22.03.1761), Catherine (b 1734-5, dsp 13.07.1763)
  B. Elizabeth Peach (d unm 17.04.1717)
  C. Susannah Peach (d 1757)
  m. (25.06.1744) James Bradley (b 03.1693, d 13.07.1762, vicar of Bridstow then professor of astronomy at Oxford, Astronomer Royal, son of William by Jane Pound (sister of James (rector of Wanstead, astronomer), son of John (Pound) of Bishop's Canning))
  The above connection is supported by Wikipedia ("James Bradley") and 'Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers' (vol 1, 2007, "Bradley, James", p161). The latter reports that James had a daughter. It appears that she was ...
  i. Susannah Bradley (b 1745-6)
  m. (by 1776) Samuel Peach (b c1746, d 1803, rector of Compton Beauchamp) @2@ above
  D. Mary Peach (b c1700, d 12.12.1769)
  m. Samuel Peach of Chalford (d 17.09.1769) @1@ above
4. Benjamin Peach

Main source(s): MGH (vol 2, 1876, 'Pedigree of the families of Cleaver and Peach', p307+) with some input/support as reported above
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