'Peyton01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Peyton of Iselham, Peyton of Peyton, Peyton of St. Edmundsbury

                               
Reginald de Peyton of Peyton Hall
1. John de Peyton of Peyton
  A. Sir John de Peyton of Peyton Hall
  m. Matilda de Bueriis
  i. Sir John de Peyton of Peyton Hall (a 1303)
Sir John had 3 wives, Agnes, Agnes and Clementia.
  a. Sir Robert de Peyton
  m1. (sps) Christiana (d c1327, widow of William de Apleton)
  m2. Jean de Marney (of the family of Layor Marney)
  (1) Sir John de Peyton (d before 1400)
  m. Margaret de Gernon (d c1415, dau of Sir John Gernon of Lees, lord of Wicken)
  (A) John de Peyton (d c1404)
m. Joan Sutton (dau of Sir Hammon Sutton of Wickesho)
  (i) John de Peyton 'of Iselham' (d 06.10.1417)
  m. Grace Burgoyne (dau of John Burgoyne of Drayton)
  (a) John de Peyton (d 29.10.1430/1)
  (b) Thomas de Peyton of Esthorp, later of Iselham, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire (b 1418, d 30.07.1484)
m1. Margaret Bernard (dau of Sir John Bernard of Iselham)
  ((1)) Thomas Peyton of Calthorpe (dvp)
  m. Joan Calthorpe (dau of _ Calthorpe of Norfolk)
  ((A)) Sir Robert Peyton of Iselham, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire (d 1518)
  m. Elizabeth Clere (dau of Sir Robert Clere of Ormesby)
  ((i)) Sir Robert Peyton of Iselham, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire (d 01.08.1550)
  m. Frances Hassylden (dau of Francis Hassylden of Little Chesterford and Steeple Marden)
  ((ii)) Sir John Peyton of Calthorpe and Knowlton
  m. Dorothy Tindall (dau of Sir John Tindall or Tyndall of Hockwould)
  ((iii)) Margaret Peyton
  m. Francis Jenney of Knotshall (b 1510, d 18.02.1590)
  ((iv)) Elizabeth Peyton
  m. Sir William Wigston of Wolston
  ((B)) Elizabeth Peyton
  m. Edward Langley of Knowlton
  ((C)) Jane Peyton
  m. John Langley of Lowleworth
  ((D)) Anne Peyton
  m. John Asheby of Harefield
  ((E))+ other issue - John, Edward, Dorothy
  ((2))+ other issue - Margaret, Grace
  m2. Margaret Francis (dau of Sir Hugh Francis of Giffords)
((4)) Christopher Peyton, Sheriff of Cambridgeshire & Huntingdonshire (dsp 1490-1)
  m. _ Hide (dau of Leonard Hide of Hide Hall)
  ((5)) Francis Peyton of St. Edmundsbury and Coggeshall
  m. Elizabeth Brook (dau of Reginald Brook of Aspallstoneham)
  ((A)) Christopher Peyton of St. Edmundsbury
m. Jane Mildmay (dau of Thomas Mildmay)
  ((i)) Thomas Peyton of St. Edmundsbury (customer of Plymouth)
  m. Cecilia Bourchier (dau of John Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Bath)
  ((a)) Sir Henry Peyton
  m. Mary Seymour (dau of Edward Seymour, Duke of Somerset)
  ((b)) Thomas Peyton (customer of Plymouth) apparently of this generation
  m. Dorothy Dowrish
  ((c)) Jane Peyton probably of this generation
m. Humphey Kempe of Lavethan (bur 11.1624)
  ((ii)) Sir Christopher Peyton (auditor of Ireland)
  m. Anne Palmer (dau of William Palmer of Warwickshire)
  ((a)) Elizabeth Peyton
  m. Richard Cooke of St. Edmundsbury
  ((b)) Cecily Peyton
  m. Henry Rockwood of Ewsham
  ((c)) Thomazin Peyton
  m1. Baptist Castillion (captain)
m2. Robert Pigott of Desart
  ((d)) Anne Peyton probably of this generation
  m1. Sir Richard Cooke, Chancellor of the Exchequer in Ireland
  m2. Sir Henry Colley of Castle Carbery (d 1637)
  ((iii)) Henry Peyton of London had issue
  m. Mary Pickering (dau of William Pickering of London)
  ((iv)) Frances Peyton probably of this generation
  m. John Hart
  ((v)) Margaret Peyton possibly of this family, of this generation
  m. Richard Edon or Eden of Hanningfield
  ((B)) Edmund Peyton (dsp)
(c) Anne Peyton
  m. Jeffry Lockton
  (ii) Margery Peyton
  m. Thomas Daubeny of Sherrington
  (iii)+ other issue - Thomas, Robert
  (2)+ other issue - William, John of Beedles (a 1333)
  ii.+ other issue - William, James, Agnes
  B. Robert de Peyton, lord of Ufford (d c1298, lord justice of Ireland)
  m1. Mary (a 1280, widow of William de Say)
  m2. Joan (a 11.1307)
  C. Peter de Peyton of Peyton Hall
  i. Robert de Peyton
  a. Sir John de Peyton
  D. John de Peyton
2. William de Peyton in Boxford

Main source(s): BEB1841 (Peyton of Iselham)
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