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Lot of 3 Medieval Brass Rubbings Sir Thomas Peyton Knight 2 wives Gold Framed For Sale

Lot of 3 Medieval Brass Rubbings Sir Thomas Peyton Knight 2 wives Gold Framed


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Lot of 3 Medieval Brass Rubbings Sir Thomas Peyton Knight 2 wives Gold Framed
  • Lot of 3 MEDIEVAL BRASS RUBBINGS, 1400's: (1) Sir Thomas Peyton, knight 1418-1484 (2) Lady Margaret Bernard {daughter and heir to John Bernard of Isleham} Peyton [1st wife of Sir Thomas Peyton]wearing a decolletee waisted gown of rich Italian brocade with cuffs and turned down collar (3) 2nd wife of Sir Thomas Peyton. Both ladies are wearing "butterfly" head-dresses.
  • Weight: 5.4 lbs. (each)
  • Measures: (framed) 34 " t x 16.5" w x 1" d.
  • Measures: (figures) 28.5" t x 9" w.
  • Condition: Age appropriate wear, good condition, no odors. Tiny very minor pin-like imperfections in the glass in a couple of the rubbings.
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  • Thomas Peyton (died 1484)
  • Thomas Peyton (1418–1484), 1485 stained glass window inLong MelfordChurch, Suffolk Arms of Peyton:Sable, a cross engrailed or a mullet in the first quarter argent Monumental brassof Thomas Peyton (1418–1484) with his two wives, on top of hischest tombin the chancel of Isleham Church

    Thomas Peyton(1418–1484) ofIsleham, Cambridgeshire, was twiceSheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, in 1443 and 1453.[1]He rebuilt the church of St Andrew's inIsleham,[2]in the chancel of which survives hismonumental brass.[3]He is depicted in a 1485 stained glass window inLong MelfordChurch, Suffolk, where he displays on his surcoat the Peyton arms:Sable, a cross engrailed or a mullet in the first quarter argent.

    Contents OriginsEdit

    His family originated at the manor of Peyton in the parish ofBoxford, Suffolk.[4]

    MarriageEdit

    Peyton married twice. His first wife was Margaret Bernard, one of the daughters and co-heiresses of Sir John Bernard (died 1451) (whose effigy survives in Isleham Church), lord of the manor of Isleham, through which marriage he inherited that manor. By Margaret Bernard he had children including:

    • Thomas Peyton (died 1484), who predeceased his father, having married Jane Calthorpe, heiress of Calthorpe in Norfolk, by whom he had children including:
      • Sir Robert Peyton (died 1518), heir to his grandfather, whose monument is also in Isleham Church, and from whom the threePeyton baronetswere descended. His son Sir Robert Peyton (died 1550) married Frances Hazelden (died 1580), who in her widowhood and one year before her death founded the PeytonHospitalin Isleham.[5]
      • John Peyton
      • Edward Peyton
      • Elizabeth Peyton, wife of Edward Langley ofKnowltonin Kent.
      • Jane Peyton, wife of John Langley of Lowleworth in Cambridgeshire
      • Anne Peyton
      • Dorothy Peyton

    His second marriage was to Margaret Francis, a daughter and co-heiress of Sir Hugh Francis of Giffords in Suffolk, by whom he had further sons:[6]

    • Christopher Peyton (died 1499), whosemonumental brasssurvives in Isleham Church. He wasSheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshirein 1496. He married a daughter of Leonard Hide of Hide Hall in Hertfordshire, but died without children.[7]An inscription on the wall-plate of the roof of Isleham Church states:"Pray for the good prosperite of Crystofor Peyton and Elizabeth his wife and for the soul of Thomas Peyton squire and Margaret his wife fader and moder of the said Crystofor Peyton and for the souls of all the Awncestre of the said Crystofor Peyton Qwych dyd mak this rofe in the year of our lord MCCCCLXXXXV being the tenth year of King Henry the Seventh". (1495)[8]
    • Francis Peyton ofSt Edmundsburyin Suffolk and of Coggeshall in Essex, who married Elizabeth Brook, daughter of Reginald Brook of Aspallstoneham in Suffolk. By Elizabeth he had children including:[9]
      • Christopher Peyton, eldest son and heir, of St Edmundsbury, who married Jane Mildmay, daughter of Thomas Mildmay. His eldest son was Thomas Peyton who married Lady Cecilia Bourchier, a daughter ofJohn Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Bath(1499–1560/61) ofTawstockin Devon. Thomas and Cecilia had sons including:
        • Thomas Peyton, who married Dorothy Dowrich, a daughter of Walter Dowrich ofDowrichin the parish ofSandfordin Devon by his wife Mary Carew (1550–1604), daughter of Dr.George Carew,Dean of Windsor, 3rd son of Sir Edmund Carew, Baron Carew, ofMohuns Otteryin the parish ofLuppitt, Devon, and sister ofGeorge Carew, 1st Earl of Totnes(1555–1629).[10]An image of Dorothy Dowrich below an escutcheon showing Peyton impaling Dowrich in included on themonumental brassof her mother Mary Carew inSandfordChurch, Devon.
        • Sir Henry Peyton who married Lady Mary Seymour, a daughter ofEdward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset,KG, (c. 1500 – 1552)Lord 1547 until 1549 during theminorityof his nephew,King Edward VI(1547–1553) and the eldest brother ofQueen Jane Seymour(died 1537), the thirdwifeof KingHenry VIII.[11]
      • Edmund Peyton, Customer of Calais, died without children.
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