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David Quidnunc   Link to this

Uncle William Wight

William Wight (d. 1672) was a half-brother of Pepys

David Quidnunc   Link to this

Other Fishmongers

JOHN (or WILLIAM?) ADDIS
Navy victualler (John in London; William in Plymouth)
http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/1564/

ARTHUR WINE of London
Fishmonger to the King
(Wine's house was taxed at only seven hearths.)
http://www.pepysdiary.com/encyclopedia/1565/

vincent   Link to this

"...To my sister Jane Perkin and her children. To my brother-in-law William Wight and his wife and son...."

from will [1657 Aug. 12. ]of Robert Pepys of Brampton, Hunts.
Robert does not mention the the sister's name [strange]
Robert left funds to offspring [ could be the wife's or ?]
yet it says[Robert]he died sine prole

136 capt Robert pepys d 1661
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~pepys/...

william lyman wight Jr   Link to this

I enjoyed reading the articles and it is fun to think that I am possible related to these very intresting people with my same first and last name. the history of family known to me only dates back to the 1920's my great grandfather Henry Alexander Wight of Germany who fled to the US after WWII and settled in West Virgina

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