Note: [MARY PEYVRE, only daughter and heir apparent, died before her father. She married, 1stly, Sir John BROUGHTON, son of John BROUGHTON, of Broughton, near Newport Pagnell, Bucks, by Agnes BUTLER. She married, 2ndly, Richard ST. MAUR, LORD ST. MAUR, who died s.p.m., 6 January 1408/9. On 19 April 1409 she had licence to marry Hugh Mortimer, the King's esquire. Mary died between 5 May and 26 July 1409; and on 2 February 1409/10 Hugh Mortimer was the husband of Isabel, late wife of Bernard Missenden, who had died about September 1409.] [CP 10:517, 14:525]
Tfhe representation of any Barony that may be supposed to have been created by the two summonses of 1299 descended in the Broughton family, from John, son and heir of Sir John Broughton and Mary Peyvre, both abovenamed, till 29 June 1529, when, on the death of another John Broughton, it went (according to modern doctrine) into abeyance between his two sisters and coheirs, of whom Catherine, the elder, married William, Lord Howard of Effingham, and Anne, the younger, married, as his 2nd wife, Sir Thomas Cheyne, K.G., father of Henry, Lord Cheyne of Toddington. Beltz (Memorials of the Order of the Garter, p. 68) states that in 1841 the coheirs general of Margaret, wife of Thomas Peyvre, were the Earl of Sandwich and the Earl of Darlington, son and heir apparent of the Duke of Cleveland.
RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.