About Angiola Peyton
From the book, "A genealogical and heraldic History of the extinct and dormant Baronetcies of England, Ireland and Scotland," By John Burke: Sir Edward Peyton, who was knighted at Whitehall 4 Feb 1610, and during the lifetime of his father was denominated "of Great Bradley, in Suffolk." He served in Parliament from 18th of James I to 3rd of Charles I, as one of the knights of the shire for the county of Cambridge and was custos rotulorum thereof, which office he was deprived of by the influence of the Duke of Buckingham. "Whereat he was so much disgusted, that he first drew his pen against the court and writ several pamphlets with great acrimony against Charles I, and the Royalists. He subsequently sided with the presbyterians in the great rebellion, and so impoverished himself in the cause, that he was obliged to sell Isleham, and drawing his son into joining him, sold the whole estate, with the reserve only of annuities during both their lives. Sir Edward m. first, Matilda, daughter of Robert Livesay, Esq.of Tooting, in Surrey.
He married secondly, Jane, daughter of Sir James Calthorp, Knight, of Crockthorpe, in Norfolk (and widow of Sir Henry Thomelthorpe, Knight) and by that lady had one son,
Sir Edward married, thirdly, Dorothy, daughter of Mr. Edward Ball, of Stockwell, and had by her two other sons,
- Edward, of Surinam, merchant, who died in 1675. He married Mary, daughter of Mr. Mulfin, an Italian merchant, and left an only daughter, his heir, Angiola, who married M. Francis Ceffis, of Venice.
- Joseph, married Mary, daughter and co-heir of Marmaduke Vincent, Esq., of Great Smeaton, in the county of York. They had a son, Vincent, who was born 1685.