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Families covered: Pember of Bollinghill, Peyvre of Lavendon, Perfect of Pontefract, Peploe of Chester, Peploe of Garnstone

Richard Pember of Bollinghill, Herefordshire
1. Thomas Pember of Bollinghill
  m. _ Higgins of Herefordshire (heir)
A. Devereux Pember of Newport & Bollinghill
  m. Elizabeth (dau of Parry of Trelough)
  i. Francis Pember of Newport & Bollinghill (a 1634)
  m. Anne Jenkes (dau of Francis Jenkes of Newholl (Newhall?))
  a.+ issue (a 1634) - Francis (b c1627), Devereux, Herbert, Frances, Elizabeth, Anne, Mary
  ii. Thomas Pember of Ellesdon, Herefordshire
  m. Elizabeth Vaughan (dau of Charles Vaughan of Dunfeild, cadet of Hargest)
  a.+ other issue (a 1634) - Francis, Thomas, Frances, Elizabeth
  iii. John Pember of Bodenham
  m. Mary (probably not Elizabeth) Ball (dau of Thomas Ball of Sponne)
  a. John Pember (a 1634)
  iv. Robert Pember
  v. Mary Pember
  m. James Parry of Brilley (d by 1634)
  vi. Anne Pember
  m. John Bedford Munkland
  vii. Edeth Pember
  m. John Gwyllim of Wellington
  B. Francis Pember, Sheriff of London then Herefordshire (dsp)



Wikipedia ("Roger of Salisbury") reports that Roger "was originally priest of a small chapel near Caen in Normandy" and that "The future King Henry , who happened to hear mass there one day, was impressed by the speed with which Roger read the service and enrolled him in his own service." He played an important role during the tribulations involving King Stephen & the Empress Matilda. Wikipedia, whether in that article on "Roger of Salisbury" or in connected articles (such as "Alexander of Lincoln" & "Nigel (bishop of Ely)"), provides the following connections.
1. Roger 'le Poer' of Salisbury, Lord Chancellor, Bishop of Salisbury (d 11.12.1139)
  m. Matilda
  A. Roger 'le Poer' or 'le Peyvre' (d before 1230)
  i. Sir Paulin Peyvre of Lavendon, Buckinghamshire (d 1251)
  m. Joan of Wavendon (Pavendon?) (d 1256, also m. John de Grey)
  a. John Peyvre (d before 1276)
  m. Emma Grey d 1271, (dau of Sir John de Grey of Wilton by dau of Godfrey Langley)
  (1) John Peyvre (d 1315)
  m. Maria
  (A) Paulin Peyvre (d 1323)
  m. Elizabeth
(i) Nicholas Peyvre (d 1362)
  (a) Thomas Peyvre (a 1390)
  m. Margery
  ((1)) Thomas Peyvre (d 1449)
  m. Margaret de Loring (dau/coheir of Sir Nigel de Loring)
  ((A)) Mary Peyvre
  m. Sir John Broughton (a 1465)
  ((2))+ 2 daughters (d unm)
  b. William de Thorpe Peyvre of Gimmingham, Norfolk had issue
  ii. Nicholas Peyvre (dsp)
  Possibly nephew rather than son of Roger of Salisbury was ...
  B. Adelm or Adelelm (d 25.02.1179, Lord High Treasurer of England, Archdeacon of Dorset then Dean of Lincoln)
2. Humphrey
  m. Ada
  A. Alexander, Bishop of Lincoln (bur 25.02.1148)
  B. David
  Another nephew of Roger of Salisbury, possibly son of Humphrey, was ...
  C. Nigel, Bishop of Ely (d 30.05.1169, Treasurer of England)
  i. Richard FitzNeal, Bishop of London (d 10.09.1198, Treasurer of England)
  ii. William the Englishman



Noah Perfect of Pontefract
1. John Perfect, Mayor of Pontefract (d 1765)
  m1. _ Fleming of Kippax
  A. John Perfect of Pontefract
m. Mary Stevenson (dau of John Stevenson)
  B. William Perfect
  m. Ann Grosvenor (dau of Thomas Grosvenor of Pontefract)
  i. John Perfect of Pontefract (b 11.08.1749)
  m. Catherine Maria Mosley (dau of Rev. Thomas Mosley of Wigginton by Frances Pulleyne)
  a. John Perfect of Pontefract had issue
  m. (15.12.1803) Elizabeth Crowder (dau of John Crowder of Brotherton)
  b. Elizabeth Perfect
  m. Thomas Crowder of Summer Hill, Liverpool
  ii. Ann Perfect
  m. Thomas Taylor of Pontefract
  iii. Ann Perfect (b 1757-8, d 21.07.1840, 2nd of the name)
  m. John Beevor (rector of Claypole)
  iv.+ other issue - William, John, Grosvenor, Mary, Julia, Charlotte
  m2. Elizabeth Smalwood
  m3. Mary Cawood (relict of _ Wightman)
  C. Jeremiah Perfect of Pontefract (a 1777)



Ormerod identifies Bishop Samuel as being "of an ancient family in Shropshire".
Podmore Peploe of Dawley, Salop (b c1641, d 1714) dates from Wikipedia ("Samuel Peploe (bishop)")
1. Samuel Peploe, Bishop of Chester (b 1668, d 21.02.1752)
m1. Anne Browne (bpt 07.10.1669, bur 20.01.1758, dau of Thomas Browne of Shredicote)
  A. Samuel Peploe (b 1699/1709, d 22.10.1781, Chancellor of Chester, Archdeacon of Richmond, Warden of Manchester)
  m1. Elizabeth (probably not Anne) Birch (dau of Rev. Thomas Birch of Preston, sister of Samuel of Garnstone)
  i. John Peploe, later Peploe-Birch of Garnstone, Sheriff of Herefordshire (b c1742, d 26.01.1805)
  m. (10.1764) Anne Clowes (b c1744, d 06.05.1820, dau/heir of William Clowes of Hunt's Bank)
  a. Samuel Peploe of Garnstone, Sheriff of Herefordshire (b 01.07.1774, dsp 24.04.1845)
  m. (15.03.1796 (probably not 1798)) Katherine Frances Cornewall (d 17.03.1831, dau of Sir George Cornewall of Moccas Court, Bart)
  b. Anne Peploe (bpt 18.08.1765, d 1846)
  m. (02.06.1790) David or Daniel Webb of London (d 03.04.1828)
  (1) Daniel Peploe Webb, later Peploe of Garnstone, Sheriff of Herefordshire b 21.02.1794, (dsp 1866)
  (2) John Birch Webb, later Peploe of Garnstone (b 09.09.1801, d 26.01.1869, vicar of Weobley) had issue
  m. (03.01.1828) Annie Molyneux (b 1805, d 13.01.1880, dau of John Molyneux, brother of Sir Thomas of Castle Dillon, Bart)
  (3) George Samuel Webb (b 01.12.1805, d 08.011841 had issue (1 dau)
m. Anna De Rinzy (dau of Henry De Rinzy of co. Wexford)
  (4) Mary Anne Webb (a 1888)
  m. (08.11.1823) John Mapes Ensor of Rollesby Hall (a 1888)
  (5) Caroline Webb
  m. (1837) John Jordaline Dennett of Soituhampton (dsp 11.1842)
  (6)+ other issue (d unm) Ann (d 1875), Elizabeth 9b 1800, d 1880)
  c. Mary Peploe (b c1769, d unm 1830)
  m2. (10.10.1774) Rebecca Roberts (b c1697, dsp 09/22/29.10.1781, dau of Edward Roberts of Chester)
  B. Mary Peploe
  m. Francis Joddrell of Yeardsley
  C. Anne Peploe
  m. James Bayley
  D. Elizabeth Peploe
  m. John Bradshaw of Manchester
  m2. (08.01.1712) Anne Birch (d 1758, dau of Samuel Birch of Ardwick (not his son Rev. Thomas of Preston))
2.+ other issue - Jonathan, Nathan, Paul mentioned in Wikipedia ("Samuel Peploe (bishop)")

Main source(s):
(1) For Pember (uploaded 30.06.15) : Visitation (Michael Powell Siddons (2002), Herefordshire, 1634, 'Pember of Newport and Bollinghill', p11)
(2) For Peyvre (uploaded 21.10.15) : Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 4, 'Pedigree of Peyvre', p210) with input as reported above
(3) For Perfect (uploaded 30.01.16) : FMG (vol 1, MS113, 'Perfect', p259)
(4) For Peploe (uploaded 31.01.16, reviewed 09.04.21) : BLG1886 ('Peploe of Garnstone'), BLG1952 ('Peploe formerly of Garnstone') with support from Commoners (vol 4, 'Peploe of Garnstone' p27), Ormerod (Cheshire, vol 1, p80), FMG (vol 1, MS123, 'Bayly', p281), MGH (NS2, vol 3 (1890), 'Genealogy of Browne', p114+ & p129+)
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