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  1. Catherine Kniveton. Catherine Pegge (born c. 1635) was a long-term mistress of Charles II of England. She had two children by him, Charles FitzCharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth, and Catherine FitzCharles . Pegge Family Arms.

  2. Catherine was the beautiful daughter of Thomas Pegge, a gentleman from Derbyshire, and his wife, Catherine Kniveton, who was the daughter of a royalist Baronet. During the English Civil War, her father fought for the royalists, and on his capture the family were forced into exile in Bruges, Belgium .

  3. Catherine Pegge fue una poeta y escritora inglesa nacida en 1705. Era hija del poeta y clérigo Christopher Pitt y fue educada en Oxford. A los 19 años se casó con el reverendo Samuel Pegge, quien también era escritor.

  4. Catherine Pegge (abt. 1630 - 1678) Born about 1630 in Yeldersley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, England. Ancestors. Daughter of Thomas Pegge and Catherine (Kniveton) Pegge. Sister of Prudence Pegge. Wife of Edward Greene Bart. — married 1667 [location unknown] Descendants.

  5. Charles FitzCharles was the first child of Catherine Pegge and Charles II. He was born sometime in 1657 in Flanders, Spanish Netherlands , where the future Charles II was temporarily living in exile.

  6. Catherine Pegge. Catherine and Charles were together for several years while she was living in the Spanish Netherlands. She had two children by the future king, and lived a quiet life with her husband.

  7. Katherine Pegge by Peter Lely, a speculation. John Pegg. Peter Lely is known to have painted two portraits of Katherine Pegge, mistress of Charles II and mother to the Earl of Plymouth. This paper advances the theory that those portraits are possibly well known Lely works with no fully confimred confirmation of the subject. See Full PDF.