File MC 2802/3, 958X1 - Letter to Thomas Pengelly, merchant, at the widow Bendishes in Norwich

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MC 2802/3, 958X1

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Letter to Thomas Pengelly, merchant, at the widow Bendishes in Norwich

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  • 8 Feb 1664 (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 George Harper, who intends to give Pengelly as soon as he can 'what Cum to my handes ether from George]Roper, John Turner or Captain Amis'. Reports that Thomas Kiper had sailed for Rotterdam the previous Friday, 'as full as he Cowld.stow'. Harper is unable to come to Norwich at present, and will be much obliged for anything Pengelly can do for him in his business there. As soon as he can, he will 'fitt my busnes for Trunch & when I doe goe shall lett you know it, that so I may mett you theire, & hop for to have yower Cumpaney to Brisley.'

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2a39ea38-54f4-4957-b08e-fcd17306150d

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

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