Peach / Peachey et al
John Harding Peach of PeachRoot@AOL.com
contacted me in the summer of 1998 on his quest to ferret out the genealogy
of the Peach family name, and his desire to spread the news of what he'd
discovered. He has published a newsletter on the subject for many
years, and is expanding his scope to e-mail distrubution. Herewith
are copies of the newsletters, as they arrive.
- Issue 1-
Introduction. William de Peche I around 1066.
- Issue 2
- Edwin Peck, genealogy researcher. How Peche became Peach / Peachey. "William
of the Great Sin". Peachey roots in Suffolk.
- Issue 3
- Introductions of various "passengers" on the cruise.
- Issue 4
- Our Scandinavian Descent. Peche Ancestry 600-911 A.D. From the Kings
of Sweden. From the Kings of Norway.
List - Grouped by country.
- Final Call
- On To
- Issue 5
- Captain's Great Buffet. More introductions.
- Issue 6
- Diving for buried treasure. Treasure in England.
- Issue 7
- More buried treasure in England. County by county summary.
- Issue 8
- The most valuable treasure of all. The parentage of William de Peche
- Issue 9
- Normandy history.
- Issue 10
- Dr. William Samuel Peachy of Saudi Arabia. Peachy Genealogy.
- Issue 11
- Canadian Peaches.
- Issue 12
- First newsletter by ONEList, WILLIAM de PECHE I at Hastings, Spelling
Variations of Names.
- Issue 13
- The Battle of the Languages, East is East and West is West (Why Peach
- Issue 14
- Nobility, Dover Castle
- Issue 15
- Searching for Buried Treasure
- Issue 16
- The Americans on board, The Virginians on board
- Issue 17
- Other Americans on board
- Issue 18
- The Pennsylvania - Kansas Connection,
- Issue 19
- Searching In Suffolk, Early in Essex
- Issue 20
- John's vision for Peach Genealogy in the coming decade,The Peche Coats
- Issue 21
- First Newsletter of 1999; Heading South from London, Lullingstone castle,
coats of arms.
- Issue 22
- West Country.
- Issue 23
- From Dorset to Northamptonshire.
- Issue 24
- MARBLEHEAD BOOK and REUNION; GOING TO NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
- Issue 25
- MARBLEHEAD BOOK IS OFF THE PRESS.
- Issue 26
- Sailing to MARBLEHEAD
- Issue 27
- Post-reunion updates
- Issue 28
- General goings on
- Issue 29
- Irish Peaches, Virginia Branch, Tennesseans
- Issue 30
- Indiana Peaches, Delaware Peach Will, New Virginia branch
- Issue 31
- Issue 32
- Issue 33
- Issue 34
- Issue 35
- Issue 36
of United Kingdom showing Counties (310 KBytes) - John's
Newsletters often refer to UK Counties.
Photos of Nether Hall-
Miche Peach provided these; this hall has some significance for the Peach
/ Peachey clan.
Peach Books and T-Shirts for sale-
John Harding Peach has some genealogy books and whimsical t-shirts for
Peach coat of arms-
I understand there are several, this is one.
Other Sources of Genealogy
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