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Paillot's Marriage index has the surname apelled Pepler 
Pepler, Mary or Peploe 1900-3 (I1489)
 
102

Surname spelled Pepley on Richard and margaret's baptism but Peploe for Anne 
Peploe, JOHN (m-bef-1668) (I2810)
 
103

Thomas is listed as a shoemaker on his childrens baptismal records 
Peploe, Thomas or Peoplo (I3684)
 
104

Tree chart gives birth year of 1585 but Parish records say 1585 
Peploe, George 1001 (I3163)
 
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WIlliam of Peplow ( Peppelowe, Pippelowe, Pottelowe) 1353 - 1369 Pr of Lilleshall, royal ass. May 17 1353, temp. 3 june 1353. Eln conf. by bp of Lichfield 29 May 1353. D. 30 jun 1369 
Peplow, WILLIAM of (I7108)
 
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1851: 166 Sidemore
William Peplow Head M 45 Nailor WOR Bromsgrove
Ann Peplow Wife M 42 Nailor WOR Bromsgrove
Elizabeth Peplow Daughter 15 Nailor WOR Bromsgrove
John Peplow Son 8 WOR Bromsgrove
 
Bratt, Ann (I5372)
 
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1891: Name: Peplow, Ann Age in 1891: 74 Relation: Pauper
Gender: Female Where Born: Much Wenlock

Civil parish: Aston Ecclesiastical parish: Erdington
Source information: RG12/2427
Registration district: Aston
Sub registration district: Erdington
ED, institution, or vessel: Aston Union Workhouse
Folio: 101
Page: 30 (click to see others on page)

County: Warwickshire

 
Hill, Hannah (I3956)
 
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1891: William Rollins Head 53 Wrought Nail Maker
Elizabeth Rollins Wife 55 Wrought Nail Maker
William Rollins Son single 24 General labourer
George Rollins son single 22 General Labourer
George Holland nephew single 20 Presser at clothing factory born London,Battersea
Mary Rollins Grand daughter 5 Scholar
Richard Rollins Grandson 4 Scholar
Living at No 7 Court 8 Stourbridge Street 
Rollins, George 1900-2 (I5380)
 
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1891: William Rollins Head 53 Wrought Nail Maker
Elizabeth Rollins Wife 55 Wrought Nail Maker
William Rollins Son single 24 General labourer
George Rollins son single 22 General Labourer
George Holland nephew single 20 Presser at clothing factory born London,Battersea
Mary Rollins Grand daughter 5 Scholar
Richard Rollins Grandson 4 Scholar
Living at No 7 Court 8 Stourbridge Street 
Rollins, William 1900-2 (I5383)
 
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FILE - [no title] - ref. 212B/654 - date: 1784 March 8 - Place: Bratton
Contents
(1) Pepler, Daniel, of Edington, yeoman. (2) Pepler, James, blacksmith. (3) Whitaker, Humphrey, gentleman. Assignment of term of lease for 99 years or 2 lives, dated 21 August 1777, of one cottage, by way of Mortgage.
FILE - [no title] - ref. 212B/655 - date: 1785 July 27 - Place: Bratton
Contents
(1) Pepler, Daniel, of Edington, yeoman. (2) Pepler, James, blacksmith. (3) Whitaker, Humphrey, gentleman. (4) Aldridge, William, gentleman. Mortgage of a cottage.








Based on Christening date 
Pepler, James 1002 (I213)
 
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Name: Peploe, Alfred J Jr
Serial Number: 12043859
Residence: Niagara, New York
Enlistment Place: Niagara Falls, New York
Enlistment Date: 29 December 1941
Grade Alpha: Private
Grade Code: Private
Branch Alpha: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Enlistment Term: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Longevity:
Source: Civil Life
Nativity: New York
Birth Year: 1920
Race and Citizenship: White, citizen
Education: 3 years of high school
Civil Occupation: 878
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Army Component:
Card Number: 0082
Box Number: 1.75
Reel Number: 542584
 
Peploe, Alfred Arthur Jr. 2900 (I4647)
 
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:

Fitzgerald Cornwall Peploe was born in England on the September 3, 1862, the second son of Major Daniel Peploe M.P. and Mrs Leila Peploe (daughter of Sir Thomas Metcalfe 4th Bart and niece of Lord Metcalfe - onetime Governor General of Canada). They lived at Garnstone Castle, Weobley in Herefordshire, which had been in the family's possession since 1660.

His family had hoped he would enter the British Army, but in 1884 he was sent to Canada 'under a cloud' to learn farming. By 1887 he had taken up sculpture studying at Florence and later at Paris and Rome, and he finally settled in New York where he had a studio at No 74 1/2, West 54th Street, the site of present day Museum of Modern Art.

Here he produced a considerable number of marble busts, and the sitters included Lady Randolph Churchill, Miss Rachel Gurney the well-known American socialite who was a mistress of King Edward Vlll and Harry Lehr.

He also sculpted bronze figures and these included 'A Cowboy' 1889 and 'A Spanish
American Civil War Soldier' 1900 cast by the Roman Bronze Works. His two most ambitious works were a full size sculpture of 'Lady Frankland' and 'The Goddess of Golf' made for the grounds of Mr Spencer jChapman's house at Dinard in France.

All his works were signed and dated, and he exhibited at the Royal Academy in London on three occasions.

He died unmarried of heart disease aged 45 in 1906 at Purchase and was
buried at the Kensico Cemetry near that place. Family tradition suggests that heavy drinking played an important role in his early demise.


Submitted February 2004 by Rupert Peploe, great, great nephew of the artist.

 
Peploe, Fitzgerald Cornewall 1900-3 (I3462)
 
113
Arbeiterin Landarbeit Tagelöhnerin 
Maass, Sophie Marie Henrine (I21288)
 
114
BIRTH: Free BMD Joseph Peplow b Mar Q 1904 6c 367 
Peplow, Joseph 1900-2 (I5137)
 
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BURIAL: WFHC died Sidemoor age 57 therefore born abt 1780




 
Peploe, EDWIN (EDWARD or EDMUND) or Pepler 1900-2 (I1989)
 
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Cause of Death: congestive cardiac failure and chronic rheumatic heart disease 
Crockett, Ivy (I5135)
 
117
CHRISTENING: from IGI Mary Ann Rawlings ch 25/12/1864 parents WilliamRawlings and Elizabeth 
Rollins, Mary Ann 1900-2 (I5382)
 
118
CHRISTENING: IGI Walter Banner ch 21/2/1864 parents James Banner and Jane
 
Banner, Walter 1900-2 (I5219)
 
119
CHRISTENING: wfhc John son of William and Ann of Sidemoor, Bromsgrove.Father is a nailer.
In 1861, John is a nail maker and living with his father

In 1891, John was a butler and living with his family in Statford. 
Peplow, John 1900-2 (I4970)
 
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F. Gale Wells
WELLS, F. Gale, 53, of Wintersville, Ohio, died Sunday, April 6, 2008, at her home of natural causes.

She was born May 15, 1954 in Wellsburg, W.Va., a daughter of the late Richard D. and Mary Luoise Crabtree Peppler.

In addition to her parents, Gale was preceded in death by her brother, James Peppler.

Surviving are her husband, John E. Wells, Jr.; brother, Richard D. (Ellen) Peppler Jr. of Hammondsville; sisters, Karen Hupp and Mary Schoonover, both of Wintersville, Diane (Greg) Vandeveen and Brenda (Richard) Chandler, both of Fla.; and numerous nieces, nephews, grand-nieces and grand-nephews.

There will be no visitation.


 
Peppler, Florence Gale 1505 (I13846)
 
121
Henry is living with grandmother in 1871 census. Marriage would have been after the census. 
Family F1629
 
122
In 1841, James is a laborer and listed as Thomas Milnes - ages and family members are consistant with other records. He is living with his family at no 3 Mary Street
In 1851, James was living with his wife, Mercy and two sons, George and John at 16 William Street, Poplar, Middlesex. His occupation was Mariner and his niece, Ellen Hill was part of the household.
James is not listed as being deceased when John marries in 1853 
Milne, James (I16757)
 
123
In 1841,Enos is an Agricultural laborer living with William and Sarah Jefferies.
In 1851, Enos is an Agricultural laborer and living with his family at Blackbale. The surname is spelled Pipler
In 1861, Enos ia an Agricultural Laborer and living with his family in Penny Hall. His nephew's family lives nest door. Surname spelled Peplar
In 1871, Enos was a farm laborer and living with his wife and children at Back Street, Hinton. Also in the household was a granddaughter, Annie, age 4 months
In 1881, Enos was living with his wife at 29 Back Street, Hinton
In 1891, Enos was living at 4 Stoggy Lane in Great Hinton with his wife. He was a road contractor 
Pepler, Enos 1008 (I874)
 
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In 1861, Stephen was a nailor and living with his wife at 2 Court Rowland St

CHRISTENING: WFHC father Edward, Labourer, Sidemoor, Mother Ann

1881: Stephen PEPLOW Inmate M Male 66 Bromsgrove, Worcester,England Blacksmith
Ann PEPLOW Inmate M Female 64 Much Wenlock, Shropshire,England
Inmates at Aston Union Workhouse, Gravelly Hill Erdington

marriage: From IGI

1851: Name Relationship Mar Age Sex Occupation Birthplace
Stephen PEPLOW Head M 32 M Master Nailer Employ 24 Men Bromsgrove-Wor
Anna PEPLOW Wife M 31 F --- Much Wenlock-Shr
William WILLIAMS Lodg U 20 M Nailor Clent-Wor
Charles BINNETT Lodg U 19 M Nailor Bromsgrove-Wor
Address: 2 Court Rowland St, Aston
Census Place: Aston Aston, Warwickshire
PRO Reference: HO/107/2061 Folio: 381 Page: 35 FHL Film: 0087318 
Peplow, Stephen 1900-2 (I3957)
 
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In 1861, Thomas is living with his parents and his age is 15
In 1871, Thomas is a Blacksmith and living with his wife, son and a visitor Eliza Mundy
In 1881, the census taker spelled the name Pepeler. Thomas is a blacksmith and living with his wife and sons in Westbury
In 1891, Thomas is a blacksmith and living with his wife, son Walter and a relative Edward Blagdon,11. His age is given as 42
In 1901, Thomas was a self employed blacksmith and living with his wife at 3 Stradbrook Rd. Bratton. His age is given as 52 
Pepler, Thomas James 2003 (I1511)
 
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In 1861, William was living with his parents and sister Ellen at 3 Cooper's Rd, Camberwell.
In 1881, William was living in his parents home at 5 Cooper Road, Camberwell and working as a Locomotive Stoker.
In 1891, William was living with his wife Georgina and two daughters, Ellen and Florence at 12 Aulay St, Camberwell and working as a Railway Engine Driver.
In 1901, William was living with his wife Georgina M.M. Milne at 521 Old Kent Road, Camberwell and his children Ellen, Florence, William, Mabel and Albert. His occupation is given as Railway Engine Driver.
In 1911, William is still an engine driver and is living with his family at 347 Rotherhithe New Road
 
Pepler, William Andrew 1900-1 (I70)
 
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In 1871, Francis is a bricklayer and a lodger at 71 Albert Street
In 1881, Francis was living with his wife and children at 71 Albert St, Coventry. He is listed as a painter
Emigrated in 1883 from England to Sydney, Australia on the "Samuel Plimsoll"
In 1913, he was residing at 105 Victoria St, Lewisham, Sydney 
Peplow, Francis 1900-2 (I4007)
 
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In 1871, William was lodging with George Turner and working as a carpenter
In 1881, William is visiting James and Eliza Pepler in Nether Wallop.
In 1891, William was living with his family and working as a carpenter and wheelwright
IN 1911, WIlliam is a carpenter and wheelwright and living with his family at Brookside 
Pepler, William 2006 (I171)
 
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In 1891, William is living with his wife and mother in New Pool Cottage and working as a mattress maker
The family moved to Devon around 1894/1895
In 1901 and 1911, William Is living with his wife and children at 4 Penlee Place. He is an Upholsterer and the surname is now being spelled Peplar 
Pepler, William James 1004 (I671)
 
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In 1901, Robert was a clergyman and living with his family in Millersville, Alberta 
Webb-Peploe, Robert Murray Watkin 1900-3 (I1247)
 
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MARGARET PEGGY2 Lawrence (THOMAS1) was born 1709 in Wem, Shropshire County, England, and died Bef 1739 in Old Rappahannock (now Richmond) County , Virginia Notes Margaret "Peggy" Lawrence , presumed fourth child of Thomas and Mary Peploe Lawrence (d.1729). Margaret was christened on 10 April 1709 at the nearby Battlefield Parish Church. As a young woman, about 19-20 years old, she was banished from Wem, in the County of Shropshire, England, because she left the Church of England for the Puritan Faith. Margaret was residing in London, Middlesex County, England, when she was indicted on a felony charge of thievery on 9 July 1729. She was tried and convicted in the Hall of Justice of "Old Bailey," located in the suburbs of London, on 25 February 1730. For her sentence, she was given "his Majesty's royal mercy on condition of transportation to some parts of America for a spare of fourteen years." Her Transportation Bond was issued on 9 March 1730. Margaret became one of 106 prisoners whom Jonathan Forward contracted to transport aboard the "Patapscoe Merchant", Darby Lux, Commander, from the Newgate Prison, City of London, County of Middlesex, England to Maryland on 17 March 1730. Tobias Phillips, a second-generation tobacco planter from Old Rappahannock (now Richmond) County, VA, learned of the ship arriving in Baltimore, Maryland, and traveled 100 miles to meet Capt. Darby Lux and inspect the 94 surviving prisoners. Tobias purchased Margaret's Bond which entitled him to fourteen years of service, and brought her back to his tobacco plantation in Virginia While at the tobacco plantation, Margaret bore Tobias two illigitimate sons; John Lawrence , born about 1731, and Thomas Lawrence , born about 1733. Lift on the plantation was hard on Margaret, as she did not live out her entire Bond of fourteen years, and she died before 1739. This is in evidence as she was not mentioned in Tobias Phillip's will dated on 10 September 1739. Children of Margaret Lawrence are: i. JOHN3 Lawrence , born Abt 1731, Old Rappahannock (now Richmond) County , Virginia2.ii. THOMAS Lawrence , born Abt 1733, Old Rappahannock (now Richmond) County , VA; d. Abt 1797, Wilkes County , North Carolina 
Lawrance, Margaret 1001 (I2988)
 
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marriage: march q 1898 6d 815

CHRISTENING: from IGI William Harry son of John and Fanny Christened20/2/1869

In 1891, William was living with his parents and employed as a shoemaker
IN 1901 and 1911, William is a bootmakeer and living with his family at 38 Broad St. In 1911, the family also has a boarder, Frank Barrow -41- watch repairer, in the household 
Peplow, William Harry 1900-2 (I4971)
 
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Nathan "Nate" J. Peppler, age 76, of Wild Rose, WI, passed away Friday, February 23rd, 2007 at St. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee. He was born in Oshkosh on April 28, 1930, the son of George and Lydia (Meyer) Peppler. Nate was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force ? Weather Service where he served from 1947 to 1951. He married Barbara Hoffmyier on June 11, 1977 in Oshkosh. They lived in Waupaca until 1984. Nathan and Barb then moved to Colorado until 1987 when they returned to Wisconsin to be closer to family. He retired from Sales Career in 2005. Nate enjoyed golf, working in his wood working shop, and spending time with friends and family. He enjoyed all outdoor activities and being a private pilot. Nate also enjoyed his pets, Sammy and Orbit.

Nate is survived by Wife: Barbara Peppler, Wild Rose; Children: Mark Peppler, Austin, TX; Debra Peppler, Butternut, WI; Vicki (Mike) Thomack, Hilbert, WI; Mark (Tammy) Hager, Oshkosh; Paul (Pam) Peppler, Berlin; Jan (Nick Arnoldussen) Schmidt, Marion; Carmen (Jon) Burgett, Waupaca; Sam (Krista) Peppler, Gastonia, NC; John (Pam) Hager, Nichols, WI; Peter Hager, Big Falls, WI; Twenty-four Grandchildren; Eleven Great Grandchildren; Brothers: Marvin (Audrey) Peppler, Wild Rose; Duane Peppler, Oshkosh; Charles (Vivian) Peppler, Oshkosh; James (Jean) Peppler, Oshkosh; Sister-in-law: Kathy (Ron) Fetter, Marion; Brother-in-law: Ken (Mary) Hoffmyier, River Falls.

Nate is further survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his Parents; Infant Brother, Duane; Grandson, Jason Case; and Sister-in-law, Betty Peppler.

A Funeral Mass will be held 11 AM on Friday, March 2, 2007 at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Community Church in Waupaca with Father James Vennix officiating. Interment will be in Lakeview Memorial Park in Oshkosh. A visitation will be held on Friday at the church from 9 AM until the time of the service. The Holly Funeral Home of Waupaca/ Wild Rose assisted the family with arrangements.

www.hollyfuneralhome.com



 
Peppler, Nathan J 2508 (I16191)
 
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Occupation - Miller
Recorded as a miller, aged 25, from Calne, when he married.  In 1881 he and his family were at BradleyMill, North Bradley, where he was miller and farmer of 100a, employing 3 farmlabourers and 3 millers; the household included a domestic servant.  When he died he was living in Semington;probate was granted in London to Walter Edward Keevil on 26 Aug 1905. Hiseffects were valued at £9,074-18-3 
Keevil, Edward Frowd (I243)
 
135 A Gift of Music
Boost for CPO Legacy And Bequest Programme From Erica Manning

The Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra is deeply honoured to have been chosen as a beneficiary of the estate of the late Erica Manning. By leaving a generous legacy gift to the CPO, Mrs Manning, who died in May, has left an indelible mark on the orchestra and on classical music more broadly.
Her gift, a legacy far beyond the financial commitment,  assures the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and the music loving public, including the thousands of children in our Youth Development and Education Programme, continued access to world class performances by the CPO and so many more life chances for young people in our two youth orchestras and in Masidlale, our grassroots training programme.
Erica Manning was born and educated in Vancouver and moved to Bermuda. Here she met and married Liam Manning, an Anglican Church minister. They lived in Europe for a number of years before moving to South Africa. Initially, they lived in Cape Town before moving to George where he husband was the Bishop of the diocese. They later moved back to Cape Town where they lived for the rest of their lives. A great love for the arts from music, ballet and opera saw Erica Manning bequeath a significant portion of her estate to ensure the success and sustainability of the CPO as well as opera and ballet. Erica Manning was a woman of great charm and intellect who read and travelled widely. She had a great interest in and love for the performing arts, including the orchestra, ballet and opera. In 2014 she made a seed donation which lead to the formation of The Cape Town City Ballet Endowment Trust. On her death in May 2015 she became a major benefactor to the performing arts in Cape Town as well as making bequests to various deserving charitable organisations. Her  legacy will be of lasting and significant value. Mrs Manning’s  generosity is key to helping the CPO develop further into a diverse and growing orchestra maintaining not only international standards but also striving to be representative of South Africa’s multicultural society and live its vision to be an Orchestra for All Seasons.
Click here to see how to leave a legacy gift or bequest in your will. 
Pepler, Erica Brough (I259)
 
136 1891 English Census
King Alfred Head M 41 Gardener
King Louisa Wife M 37
King Robert Son S 12 Scholar
King Mary Daughter S10
King Flora Daughter S 8
King Alfred Son S 5
King Edith Daughter S 3
King William Son S 1

1901 English CensusCounty of Middlesex lived at 24 ??? , Hendon Middlesex County,England
Name Relationship Age Birthplace Civil Parish County/Island
Alfred King Head M 51 Gardener Hellesdon, Middlesex, England
Louisa King Wife M 43 Worthing, Sussex, England
Mary King Daughter S 20 Dressmaker Hendon, Middlesex, England
David King Son S 19 Hendon, Middlesex, England
Alfred King Son S 15 Hendon, Middlesex, England
Edith King Daughter S 13 Hendon, Middlesex, England
William King Son S 11 Hendon, Middlesex, England
Caroline King Daughter S 3 Hendon, Middlesex, England
Neiuefred King? Daughter S 2 Hendon, Middlesex, England
Charles King Son S 1 Hendon, Middlesex, England
John King Brother W 60 Gardener Willesden, Middlesex, Englan

Name RelationMarital StatusGenderAgeBirthplaceOccupationDisability
Alfred Hy. KING record.aspHead M Male 30 Lambeth, Surrey, England Gardener Domestic Servant
Louisa KING Wife M Female 30 Islington, Middlesex, England
Annie Louisa KING Female 6 West Brompton, Middlesex, England Scholar
Alfred W. KING Son Male 5 Chelsea, Middlesex, England Scholar
Elizabeth A.M. KINGDau Female 2 Chelsea, Middlesex, England

Source Information:
Dwelling Roebuck Lane Russell Lodge
Census PlaceChigwell, Essex, England 
Braby, Louisa (I9680)
 
137 1900 USA Census lived at Manfred township,Lacqui Parli County,Minnesota,USA
Mork john Head M W Aug 1873 27 M2 Minnesota Norway NorwayFarmer
Mork Elizabeth Wife F W Jan 1873 27 M2 Minnesota Wales England
Mork Lucy Daughter F W Oct .1898 S Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota

1920 USA Census lived at Manfred township,Lacqui ParliCounty,Minnesota,USA
Mork John M W Head M 47 Minnesota Norway norway Farmer own farm
Mork Elizabeth Wife F W M 47 Minnesota Wales England
Mork Lucy Daughter F W 21 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
Mork Clara Daughter F W 18 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
Mork John Son M W 15 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
Mork Elizabeth Daughter F W 13 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
Mork Wilma Daughter F W 11 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
Mork Susan Daughter F W 9 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota
Mork Robt Son M W 6 Minnesota Minnesota Minnesota

Homemaker
REFN: FS
1. [Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol . 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Sur names from A through L, Date of Import: Aug 29, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.10 8448.86] 
Mork, Lucy Margaret (I10484)
 
138 Administration papers of Thomas Peplow of Wem 17th September 1690.

His sister Mary wife of John Stanton of Wem was the sole administrator of the goods and chattels of Thomas Peplow of Wem.

Thomas Peplow of Wem apprentice to William Lee of Ellesmere
Admon to Mary Shenton & John Shenton of Wem niece and nephew by the sister
17 September 1690
 
Peplow, Thomas (I3690)
 
139 Bethnal Green
Created 1st July 1837. In Middlesex until 1889.
Sub-districts : Bethnal Green East; Bethnal Green North; Bethnal Green North East; Bethnal Green South; Bethnal Green South West; Church; Green; Hackney Road; Town.
GRO volumes : II (1837-51); 1c (1852-1930).

Bethnal Green. 
Family F2053
 
140 marriage reg# 005327
William Crozier, 40 yrs, born York Cty, widower, parents: James Crozier & Eliza Vanider
married
Nellie White, 29, born England, spinster, parents: John White & Mary Ann King
witn: Henry White & Mary Ann White of Comber
Married by: E.W. Crawford, Episc.

Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1857-1922
about Nellie White
Name: Nellie White
Birth Place: Eng
Age: 29
Father Name: John White
Mother Name: Mary Ann King White
Estimated birth year: abt 1870
Spouse Name: William Crozier
Spouse's Age: 40
Spouse Birth Place: York CO Ont
Spouse Father Name: James Crozier
Spouse Mother Name : Eliza Vanider
Marriage Date: 29 Mar 1899
Marriage Place: Essex
Marriage County: Essex 
Family F2952
 
141 PEPLER, RONALD F., 73, of Charlestown, passed
away Sunday April 11, 2010, at South County Hospital. He was the beloved
husband of Merylyn J. (Rondeau)... 
Pepler, Ronald F 1002 (I15745)
 
142 PEPPLER — Mrs. Henrietta C. Peppler, aged 96, of Marne,
passed away Saturday, November 30, 2002. She was preceded in death by her husband,
Owen;... 
Barkel, Henrietta (I14095)
 
143 "PEPLOW--In this city, February 7, Gertrude DeCeval? PEPLOW, daughter of Mrs. Robert G. LEWIS, a native of Memphis, Tenn., aged 20 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, TO-DAY (Monday), at 2 o’clock p.m. from Grace Church, corner of Stockton and California streets, without further notice." Source: San Francisco Daily Morning Call, 9 Feb 1874. Transcribed by Jill Crowhurst Chesnik. Peplow, Gertrude 2017 (I4870)
 
144 "By the way Mary Peploe, the Bishop's daughter lived with her father until his death and then late in life married the elderly Francis Jodrell but he only survived a short time. Apparently the joke in Chester at the time of the marriage was that Mary "would not be keeping her lent"! She then built herself a 'showy little house on the banks of the Dee". Samuel Peploe Junior also had the Archdeacon's house and so there were at least two separate establishments. I own Mary Peploe's bible and in it she signs herself "Mary Peplow 1727" so even then they couldn't decide how to spell the name." (from Rupert Peploe) Peploe, Mary 1900-3 (I2411)
 
145 "Deutschland Geburten und Taufen, 1558-1898," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N247-49T : accessed 18 October 2015),  Source (S323)
 
146 "Lord Craven on Consideration of the sum of 90 Pounds paid by William Green as the marriage portion of the side Mary and also in consideration of the rents, covenanats and conditions specified, has demised, granted and to farm let to William Greene his heirs and assigns all that meesuage or tenement with appurtances in Little Dawley and all barns, stables, gardens, pastures etc. thereunto belonging of 76 acres or thereabouts. All of which premises are now in the possession of John Podmore ( standing timber and mineral rights reserved to Lord Craven and a Blacksmith's shop lately built and a half an acre of land). To have and to hold the said messuage to William Greene his executors and assigns from and immediately sfter the death of the said John Podmore grandfather of the said Podmore Peplowe or other sooner determination of his estate in the premisses for and during the term and unto the full term end of 99 years from thence next ensuing if the said Mary Peplowe grandchild of the said John Podmore shall happen so long to live. Yearly rent of 1 Pound 2 Shilling 5 1/2 pence payable at lady Day and Michaelmas, the first payment to begin at the first of these feasts which shall come after the determination of the estate of John Podmore." Greene, William (I5692)
 
147 "Pepler - Samuel son of Elizabeth Pepler and of James (a bastard) born 14 June 1810 and baptized 15th of June 1810 Henry Poole Rector" from parish register Pepler, Samuel 1900-3 (I1958)
 
148 "Wales, Denbighshire, Parish Registers, 1538-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal Source (S580)
 
149 (1) John Davies of Castle Foregate, Shrewsbury, smith, and Katherine davies of Castle Foregate, widow. (2) John Clarke of Shrewsbury, baker. Whereas by indenture of 6 June 20 Charles II (1668) between Mary Greene, widow (1) John Davies then of Castle Foregate father of the John Davies party hereto (2), Mary let the plot of ground in Castle Foregate adjoining to the common pound or pinfold then or late railed out and inclosed and extending from the pound towards the Castle Gate in length 30 yards the breadth of the end next the pound 14 yards, the side next John Shidley 11 Yards and the side next Thomas Pemberton's house 16 yards and the breadth of the end next the Castle Foregate 3 yards; to hold to Davies snr. during the lives of himself, Katherine his wife and John Davies, jnr., and of the longest liver: and after their deaths to Davies snr. for 21 years, yielding to Mary or the heirs of William Greene the yearly rent of 7/- at the feast of St. Michael and the Annunciation: whereas since the granting of the lease there has been erected on the premises a dwelling house and shop: and whereas William Whiston of Kemberton, yeoman and john Wodruffe of Clee St. Margaret yeoman and Richard Mathews of Aston, yeoman and Podmore Peplowe of Little Dawley yeoman, by their writing obligatory of even date with the recited lease, became bound to Davies, snr. in 100 Pounds Sterling with condition that if the reversion in fee in the lands and premises should rest in any of the then wives of Whiston, Woodroofe, Mathews and Peplowe being 4 sisters, or any of them in right of their wives, then she or she and her husband or her heirs at the request convey to Davies and his heirs the premises during the said term are rightly invested in John Davies and Katherine Davies parties hereto; John Davies Jnr. and Katherine davies in consideration of 20 Pounds from Clarke assign demise to Clarke the obligatory and condition there of and all the benefit and advantage, and appoint Clarke their attorney to sue and implead the obligors on the oligatory and do any act about the same: and John and Katherine Davies have leased to Clarke the premises with the house and shop for 99 years, if John and Katherine shall so long live, and after the end of the term for 21 years: paying to the Davieses a peppercorn on every 10 May if demanded, and paying to the owner of the inheritance the rent reserved on the recited lease; provided that if John Davies pays to Clarke 20 Pounds and 12/- on 22 May next then it shall be lawful for Davies and Katherine to re-enter the premises, and the assignment of the obligatory and condition shall be void; and John and Katherine covenant with Clarke to pay the money on the said day: and Clarke shall after default in payment peacably hold the premises without trouble from the Davieses, free from all incumbrances: and Davieses and all others with any estate in the Peploe, Podmore 1900-3 (I2980)
 
150 (Claremont Baptist Meeting House-Nc) Peplow, John (I3339)
 

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