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Offline Clif

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Re: Pyke
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday 11 March 08 21:32 GMT (UK) »


I have questions over Elizabeth Goldegay which I have to sort out and have discovered another name ', in my Tree as ' Massinghead'. in the Pedigrees as Massingbird and it appears in reality Massingberd - which was a Surname adopted by the father, needs work. A couple of second Marriages have appeared from records held by Cambridge RO and I thought I would have a quite day !.

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Re: Pyke
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 11 March 08 21:37 GMT (UK) »
Hi Clif welcome,
I unfortunatley don't have any other info then what you can see that Lady Di dug up for me, but would love anything you have that you can pass on.
Cheers Rachel
Maslen, Buglass, Cross , Pyke, Barnes, Gooch, Govet.


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Re: Pyke
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday 11 March 08 22:44 GMT (UK) »
I have found these bits this evening on the Cambridge RO website which I am sure you know about but theres new info which I did not know. There more on there .
 
In my Tree I had Thomas Tweed Married Ann Massinghead ( as did others over 330 odd years ) ...now it seems it was Massenberd and even that was a name adopted by her father,,..I am just about to exchange messages with someone in that line ..the family are from Lincolnshire.

send em as I have documents to send.
 
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801/T/19 
Copy of release and settlement of John Pyke, esq. after his marriage with Ann Massingberd, dated 3 September 1776. Manors of Sheen and Streets with appurtenances etc. in Meldreth and Melbourn; also the Priesthouses in Littleport 21 May 1795
 

801/T/15 
Manor of Sheen, Meldreth: Copies from registers of various parishes in Essex and Suffolk, recording the burial of John Pyke in 1738, burial of Sarah Pyke in 1752, baptism of John Tweed in 1755 and marriage of John Pyke and Ann Massingberd in 1774. 29 May - 5 June 1810
 
801/T/16 
Copy of bargain and sale, dated 1 June 1776. Manors of Sheen and Streets in Meldreth and Melbourn; Manor of Baythorn Hall in Strumer and Birdbrook, Essex; the Priesthouses in Littleport; property in Stradishall, Suffolk; The Swan in Baythorn End, Birdbrook, Essex; annuity of £20 from Manors in Dersingham, Norfolk; etc. John Pyke esq. to David Humphreys, gent. of Grays Inn, Middlesex, to lead the uses of recoveries, (see 801/T017) n.d. <1810>


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Copy of release and settlement of John Pyke, esq. after his marriage with Ann Massingberd, dated 3 September 1776. Manors of Sheen and Streets with appurtenances etc. in Meldreth and Melbourn; also the Priesthouses in Littleport 21 May 1795

 
 
801/T/22 
Lease of Sheen Farm estate, for term of 12 years. Rev. William Gordon and Ann his wife, of Coltishall, Norfolk, to Joshua Fitch. Rent: £191.3.0 p.a. 20 September 1800

 
 
801/T/23 
Manor of Sheen, Meldreth: Copy of appointment, dated 5 March 1803, by Mrs. Ann Gordon (formerly Pyke, nee Massingberd) to use of Emily Carthew, wife of Morden Carthew, of one third part of Manors of Sheen and Streets with appurtenances etc. in Meldreth and Melbourn; also the Priesthouses in Littleport 19 January 1810
 

 
801/T/26 
Final concord between James Burleigh, plaintiff and George Pyke, William and Mary Ann Hutton, Morden Carthew and Emily Tweed, William and Caroline Burleigh, deforciants; Manors of Sheen and Streets with appurtenances Trinity Term 1810


1810
 

 
801/T/35 
Lease and release of Manor of Sheen and Streets with their appurtenances, and Sheen Farm, in Meldreth and Melbourn; Rev. Edward Blackenbury of Skendleby, Lincs.; Rev. George Hutton of Sutterton, Lincs.; William Hutton of Gate Burton, Lincs. and Mary Ann his wife; William Burleigh of Baythorn Hall, Essex and Caroline his wife; Rev. Morden Carthew of Mattishall, Norfolk and Emily his wife; to Joshua Fitch of Meldreth; with appointment and settlement of estates in Fen Ditton to William Burleigh, in lieu of estate sold to Joshua Fitch. 4/5 February 1811
 

 

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Re: Pyke
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday 25 September 12 08:53 BST (UK) »
Is anyone researching the Pykes in Ireland.  I am sure there is a connection to the Pyke family from the Short family as I have found a Robert Pyke mentioned several times in a deed in the Register of deeds.  On refers to a Robert Pyke of Park Tipperary, the other makes mention of a connection to  Gurtnapissy in Curaheen, Upper Ormond.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  These deeds are between 1710 and 1750.  Thanks Sue Australia. 
Shortt, Antisell, Owen Families of Ireland
Edols, Lees/Lee of Liverpool, Lancashire

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Re: Pyke
« Reply #22 on: Friday 21 February 14 00:59 GMT (UK) »
I have recently received a Pyke Pedigree Chart  from a contact in Australia, researched by a Pyke descendent. I have spent the last 3 weeks trying to verify the information contained, using the web, web trees, a specialist search engine and trawling the Trove AustralianNewspaper Archive.
Yesterday I found that the Tasmanian Archive have free to view and download Wills, I found 21 connected to the Pyke Tree.
At this time I have exhausted my resources and have put the results on my Tree 'The Last Knight' on Rootsweb World Connect Project.
Remember that Tweed changed their name to Pyke to inherit the Birdbrook Estate in Essex. I also draw your attention to the Layston Church website which has information linking the Tweed / Pyke and Crouch familys.
The Tweed line I have back to about 1498.
This is my 14th year and STILL keep finding them !
- Clif