File MC 2802/4, 958X1 - Letter to Thomas Pengelly, merchant, at the house of Mr John Trobridge at the Golden Lyon in Bartholomewe Close, linen draper, London

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MC 2802/4, 958X1

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Letter to Thomas Pengelly, merchant, at the house of Mr John Trobridge at the Golden Lyon in Bartholomewe Close, linen draper, London

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  • 26 May 1669 (Creation)

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(?-1696)

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Father of Sir Thomas Pengelly, the Chief Baron of the Exchequer. Married Rachel (fl c1660–1715), daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Jeremy Baines. Lived Cheshunt and Finchley.

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From Samuel Davis in Great Yarmouth. Expresses confidence that Mr Raynes would have paid Pengelly the 50 pounds for which Davis had given him a bill and asks Pengelly to 'be mindfull of my condistion and doe what you can for me. I know very well that your acquaintants and oppertunities are much greater than mine are to help myselfe and therefore I would yet hope that you will find an oppertunity for my advantage'. Reports that on Friday last his sister Harper was safely delivered of a son named Samuell.

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Created 04/04/2012 by Drosm. Modified 18/03/2013 by Droip.

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