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Alice Peggs MP (1763 - 1840)

Alice Elliott (Peggs) MP (1907 - 1979)

Possibly Alice MAUD Elliott Alice was an illegitimate child, her father is so far unknown(find birth certificate, possibly mentioned). On 1911 Census, Siblings Robert(41), and Anna Maud(25) are b...

Alice Margaret Peggs MP (1873 - d.)

Alma Eliza(Peggs)DeVaughn MP (deceased)

Alma Elisa DeVaughan (Peggs) MP (deceased)

Anna 'Annie' Maud Wilson (Peggs) MP (1885 - 1966)

Granddad's(Gordon) father, Anna's husband, was in the Merchant Navy, and was 41 when their last child, Gordon. Anna was 39. Grandad claimed that his sister Alice brought him up(he was 20 years her ju...

Arthur Peggs MP (deceased)

Arthur Peggs MP (deceased)

Arthur Peggs MP (1882 - 1968)

Arthur Harris Peggs MP (1884 - 1915)

Arthur Lewis Peggs MP (c.1881 - 1964)

It was Arthur Peggs who Granddad used to say went to India, based on his army record. Completing close to twenty years of service, Arthur served in India for two years, as well as Egypt for three yea...

Benjamin Peggs MP (c.1818 - d.)

Bill Peggs MP (deceased)

Burl Peggs MP (deceased)

Burl Peggs MP (deceased)

cecil taft peggs MP (deceased)

Charles Peggs MP (deceased)

Charles Peggs MP (c.1837 - 1886)

Charles Dunham Peggs MP (1813 - 1883)

Charles Dunham Peggs was a servant to John Silcock of Stalham for close to fifty years. John Silcock was a wine-merchant in Stalham, when he married an Emily Whitebread in 1834 - Newspaper Article. ...

Charles John Peggs MP (1876 - d.)

1911 Census - There's a Charles Peggs(b. 1879, Stalham) in 'Campbellpore, India, Overseas Military'. There is a Charles Peggs(b. 1876, Norfolk) on - (Army) Service Number 2912

Christine Peggs (McLennan) MP (1944 - 2006)

Clara Gertrude Rupert (Peggs) MP (1900 - 1988)

Clara Alice Overman (Peggs) MP (1887 - 1964)

Constance Peggs MP (1890 - 1971)

Daniel Peggs MP (1771 - d.)

David E PEGGS MP (c.1855 - d.)

David Benjamin Peggs MP (1886 - d.)

Edna May Grime (Hansen (nee Peggs)) MP (1920 - d.)

Edna Mary Cecelia Peggs MP (1881 - 1980)

Elizabeth Peggs (Stirman) MP (c.1814 - 1847)

Based on Elizabeth's surname matching Charles' second wife, and also based on Elizabeth passing away at 33, it is assumed that Charles married two sisters, the Stirman sisters. Buried at St Mary's, S...

Elizabeth Peggs (Dunham) MP (1786 - c.1872)

Elizabeth Peggs (Sharp) MP (deceased)

Emily Jane Peggs (Sheasby) MP (b. - c.1943)

Ethel M Peggs MP (1877 - d.)

Ethel Mary Peggs MP (1887 - 1887)

Florence Peggs MP (1890 - d.)

Francis Peggs MP (1852 - d.)

Two of Francis' sons died in WW1, and are commemorated at St Mary's Church, Stalham. It was Charles Dunham Peggs II, along with an Arthur Peggs, who died in WW1. Charles Peggs: SDGW records a G...

Francis Peggs MP (b. - 1855)

In 1841 Census, a Francis Peggs(aged c. 55 - born c. 1786) is living with a Hannah Peggs(aged c. 55) and a twelve year old Jeremiah. In 1851, a Francis Peggs(aged 64 - born 1787) is living with a Mar...

Francis Peggs MP (c.1814 - d.)

Probably had a son Jeremiah as a 'Francis Peggs' is born/baptised in 1833, son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth Peggs. 1851 Census, PEGGS, Ann Eliza Daughter S F 3 Horsey, Norfolk Allotment Cottage PEGGS...

George Henry Peggs MP (1841 - d.)

George Henry Peggs MP (1873 - d.)

Gertrude Mary Kemp (Peggs) MP (deceased)

Gordon Peggs MP (deceased)

Hannah Peggs MP (1836 - d.)

Harriet Peggs (Chandler) MP (1859 - 1945)

Harry Peggs MP (deceased)

Helen Peggs MP (deceased)

Henry Charles Peggs MP (1858 - 1902)

JAMES PEGGS MP (1832 - d.)

James Peggs MP (c.1825 - d.)

James Stirman Peggs MP (1860 - d.)

John Peggs MP (deceased)

John Harris Peggs MP (b. - 1913)

John Peggs MP (1816 - 1894)

Joseph Peggs MP (deceased)

Joseph Peggs MP (deceased)

Laura Harriet Cole (Peggs) MP (1872 - d.)

Laura Cole is listed on her brother's army records as his next of kin, with the following address: 23 Burnham Road Tiverton Avon Bath Somerset The army record spans 1902 - 1920 so it's unsure when ...

Mabel Trephine Peggs MP (1888 - d.)

Maria Shreeve (Peggs) MP (1856 - d.)

Maria Shreeve is 'boarding' at 2 Cordova Cottages, in 1911 Census, next door to 1 Cordova Cottages where half-brother Robert Peggs was previously noted as living with his family, as next-of-kin on Char...

Maria Peggs MP (c.1856 - d.)

Mary Peggs (Stirman) MP (c.1818 - c.1888)

Based on Mary's surname matching Charles' first wife, and also based on the first wife passing away at 33, it is assumed that Charles married two sisters, the Stirman sisters.

Mary Peggs (Pack) MP (1818 - 1885)

Mary Elizabeth Hixon (Peggs) MP (1854 - 1944)

Mary Ann Peggs MP (c.1820 - d.)

Mary Anne Peggs (Corke) MP (c.1844 - d.)

Mary Elizabeth Carbis (Peggs) MP (1866 - c.1944)

Mary Elizabeth Peggs MP (c.1840 - d.)

All of Mary's siblings were baptised in on 12th May 1861 except for Mary, who would be aged 20/21. Possibly died pre-1861 or married.

Mary Jane Peggs (Hall) MP (deceased)

Mason Peggs MP (1849 - 1865)

Mason Peggs MP (1789 - c.1863)

Based on Baptism Records in St Mary's, Stalham, In 1813, Mason was listed as a Labourer In 1814, Mason was listed as a Husbandman. Between 1816 - 1825, Mason was listed as a Labourer. Presumably al...

Mathew Peggs MP (1876 - d.)

Maud Alice Peggs MP (1883 - c.1949)

Mona Peggs MP (deceased)

O. Lee Peggs MP (deceased)

octoba peggs MP (deceased)

Pearlie Peggs MP (1885 - d.)

Peter PEGGS MP (1775 - 1797)

PETER PEGGS MP (1777 - 1797)

Phoebe Peggs MP (1897 - d.)

Richard Peggs MP (1902 - 1978)

Richard Peggs MP (b. - 1855)

THE GROTON AVERY CLAN, Vol. I, by Elroy McKendree Avery and Catherine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery, Cleveland, 1912. p. 344

Robert Peggs MP (1869 - d.)

Robert Peggs MP (1844 - c.1920)

Baptised 12th May 1861 at St Mary's, Stalham. In 1861, Robert is listed as a 'Agricultural Labourer'. In 1867, Robert was listed as a 'Groom', and between 1869 - 1879, he was listed as a 'Labourer'...

SAMUEL PEGGS MP (1862 - d.)

Sarah Peggs (Mason) MP (deceased)

Sarah Edith Porter (Peggs) MP (1867 - d.)

Stella Cloe Sandy (Peggs) MP (1900 - d.)

Sue Ellen Peggs (Olson) MP (1933 - 1987)

Thomas Ah-yes-takie Peggs, Major, CSA, USA, Civil War Chief MP (1806 - 1866)

Pegg, Thomas (Ah-yes-takie) A Major of the 2nd Reg Cherokee Mounted Rifles, CSA (also known as Drew s Regiment & First Reg); after the Battle of Pea Ridge in AR, switched to the Union Side as Capt., ...

Thomas Mason Peggs MP (c.1816 - d.)

Virginia Condon (Peggs) MP (1914 - d.)

Walter Peggs MP (deceased)

William Peggs MP (1840 - 1921)

William Peggs MP (1736 - 1801)

William Peggs MP (deceased)