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  1. 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. In August 1675, Charles II granted the title of Duke of Richmond to Charles Lennox, his illegitimate son by Louise de Kérouaille.Just one month later, the king further created his son the Duke of Lennox, and the two titles were held jointly, with Richmond as the principal title.

  4. 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.

  5. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Birthplace: Yeldersley,Ashbourne,Derbyshire,England. Death: 1678 (42-43) London,London,,England. Immediate Family: Daughter of Thomas Pegge, of Yeldersley and Catherine (Kniveton) Pegge. Wife of Sir Edward Greene, 1st (and last) Baronet of Sampford. Ex-partner of Charles II of England.

  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. The coat of arms on the right, belonging to Charles FitzCharles, the illegitimate son of Charles II and Catherine Pegge, demonstrates this marker, which shows Charles’ royal coat of arms (an obvious indication that he is the son of the king) marred by the baton sinister.