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Alice Peek
Alice Peek
 
 
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Baronet Crest
Baronet Crest
In 1868 the following Arms were registered by the College of Heralds in favour of Henry William Peek, M.P., eldest son of James Peek, Founder of the James Peek Trust, and grandson of John Peek of Hazelwood. He was created a baronet in 1874.

Azure, an estoile argent, in chief three crescents of the last. Mantling azure and argent.

Crest On a wreath of the colours, two hazel-nuts slipped proper.

The motto, "Le Maitre vient", is a play upon the maiden name of Sir Henry Peek's mother, née Elizabeth Masters, who was descended from an old French family named Lemaître of Dieppe. The latter family sought refuge in England after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes.

The above Arms, a description of which can be found in all the usual reference books, are now held by the present and sixth baronet, Sir Richard Grenville Peek.
 
 
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Boat House at Hazelwood
Boat House at Hazelwood
 
 
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Elizabeth Masters
Elizabeth Masters
 
 
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Francis Peek
Francis Peek
 
 
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Freans at Hazelwood c 1868
Freans at Hazelwood c 1868
Charles Frean, Alice Frean, George Hender Frean, Hannah Peek, George Moore Frean 
 
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Hannah Peek, Wife of Thomas Ness
Hannah Peek, Wife of Thomas Ness
 
 
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Hazelwood - from the Cricket Field (back)
Hazelwood - from the Cricket Field (back)
 
 
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Hazelwood from the drive
Hazelwood from the drive
 
 
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Hazelwood from the East
Hazelwood from the East
 
 
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Hazelwood from the South East
Hazelwood from the South East
 
 
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Hazelwood from the South East (back)
Hazelwood from the South East (back)
 
 
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Hazelwood-from-Cricket-Field (4).jpg
Hazelwood-from-Cricket-Field (4).jpg
 
 
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Henry Masters, brother of Elizabeth Masters
Henry Masters, brother of Elizabeth Masters
 
 
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James Peek 1800-79
James Peek 1800-79
 
 
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James Peek Trust - List of Trustees
James Peek Trust - List of Trustees
This document lists all of the trustees of the James Peek Trust since its inception. It also indicates the Chairmen and Clerks to the Trust. 
 
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James Peek Trust Applicant's Annual Statement of Means
James Peek Trust Applicant's Annual Statement of Means
This is completed to show trustees the applicant's financial position in support of a request for assistance. 
 
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James Peek Trust Application Form
James Peek Trust Application Form
This form is completed on the first occasion an applicant seeks support from the Trust. 
 
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James Peek Trust Certificate
James Peek Trust Certificate
This form is required if an application is made for a grant in a second or subsequent year. It is intended to confirm to the trustees that an applicant remains alive. 
 
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John Peek
John Peek
 
 
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Loddiswell Church  - Peek Memorials
Loddiswell Church - Peek Memorials
 
 
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Loddiswell Church - Altar
Loddiswell Church - Altar
Memorial window in memory of Susannah Ann Foxworthy wife of John Peek 
 
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Loddiswell Church - Peek Memorials
Loddiswell Church - Peek Memorials
 
 
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Loddiswell Church - Pulpit
Loddiswell Church - Pulpit
Memorial to Richard Peek 
 
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Loddiswell Church - RGP Peek Memorial
Loddiswell Church - RGP Peek Memorial
 
 
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Loddiswell Church - RJP Peek Memorial
Loddiswell Church - RJP Peek Memorial
 
 
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Loddiswell Church - WGP Peek Memorial
Loddiswell Church - WGP Peek Memorial
 
 
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Loddiswell Churchyard - Peek Grave
Loddiswell Churchyard - Peek Grave
 
 
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Margaret Maria Edgar
Margaret Maria Edgar
 
 
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Margaret Maria Edgar (rear side of portrait)
Margaret Maria Edgar (rear side of portrait)
 
 
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Memorial window to Susannah Ann Foxworthy wife of John Peek
Memorial window to Susannah Ann Foxworthy wife of John Peek
 
 
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Peek Crest
Peek Crest
 
 
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Peek Crest
Peek Crest
John Peek was granted Arms and a crest by the College of Arms on 28 June 1832.

Gu. on a chev. ar. between three chaplets of hazel in chief or, and a plough in base ppr, three shakeforks sa.

On a wreath of the colours, two hazel-nuts slipped proper.

Two facsimiles of these Arms are to be found at Weekemoor, Hazelwood, the residence of Lucy, Lady Peek, widow of Sir William Peek, the 5th Baronet. One facsimile, worked in petit point and with the inscription "The Arms and Crest of the Peek Family" on the back, bears the motto "Use means and hope in the Lord", which was that of the original grantee, John Peek of Hazelwood. The other facsimile is painted on canvas and bears the motto "Si fuerit Deus mecum", the words "James Peek of London" being written on the frame. These Arms are borne by various descendants of John Peek, the motto "Si fuerit Deus mecum" being also used by William Peek, his fourth son, and the latter's descendants. The Arms are displayed on the tower screen in Drewsteignton Church, Devon, where the Rev'd Richard Peek was rector from 1895 to 1904 and his son, the Rev'd Alfred Richard Welldon Peek, from 1912 to 1955.

A description of the Peek Arms is to be found in Burke's "The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales". According to R.P. Chope the three shakeforks are a punning allusion to the Devonshire name for a two-pronged pitchfork, a peek. 
 
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Probably Richard Peek - 1855-1920
Probably Richard Peek - 1855-1920
 
 
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Revd Richard Peek
Revd Richard Peek
 
 
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Richard Peek - in old age
Richard Peek - in old age
 
 
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Richard Peek Importer
Richard Peek Importer
This shows an advertisement placed in the Geographical Dictionery or Gazetteer of the Australian Colonies 1848 
 
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Richard Peek, Sheriff of London
Richard Peek, Sheriff of London
 
 
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Sir Henry William Peek - 1st Baronet
Sir Henry William Peek - 1st Baronet
 
 
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Tale of Two Brothers
Tale of Two Brothers
This is the story of Samuel and Richard Peek, early settlers in Australia. It was compiled by Nicole Parkes-Brown, g,g,g granddaughter of Richard.  
 
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THE HISTORY AND TRADITIONS OF THE PEEK FAMILY
THE HISTORY AND TRADITIONS OF THE PEEK FAMILY
 
 
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Trust Deed for the James Peek Trust
Trust Deed for the James Peek Trust
This is the original Trust Deed provided for information. 
 
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William Patey Peek with wife and daughter
William Patey Peek with wife and daughter
William Patey Peek, Alice Peek, Emily Barnett