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In August, 1661, John Pepys retired to a small property at Brampton (worth about £80 per annum), which had been left to him by his eldest brother, Robert Pepys, where he died in 1680. His wife Margaret, whose maiden name has not been discovered, died on the 25th March, 1667, also at Brampton.

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Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.