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  1. Catherine was the daughter of Thomas Pegge of Yeldersley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, and his wife, Catherine Kniveton, daughter of Sir Gilbert Kniveton, Baronet, and wife. Thomas and his family were exiled to Bruges during the English Civil War following his capture serving under the Royalist Colonel General Henry Hastings, 1st Baron Loughborough .

  2. Catherine Pegge, born about 1635, was a long term mistress of Charles II. She had two children by him, Charles FitzCharles, 1st Earl of Plymouth, and Catherine FitzCharles. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Catherine Pegge .

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    Catherine Pegge (or Peg) was the beautiful daughter of Thomas Pegge, a gentleman from Derbyshire, and his wife, Catherine Kniveton, the daughter of Sir Gilbert Kniveton, a baronet. Catherine also had a sister named Prudence Pegge, who was a year younger than her. Catherine’s father was a staunch royalist and fought under fellow royalist Colonel Gen...

    It was during Catherine and her family’s exile in Bruges that she began her liaison with Charles II, who was also in exile after fleeing England after the execution of his father, Charles I. Charles had settled his court in Bruges in 1656 and shortly afterwards met Catherine around 1656-7. Charles was 22-years-old at the beginning of their affair a...

    Catherine eventually returned to England and on 26th July 1660 (there’s also a date of 1667), she became the fourth wife of Edward Green(e), a baronet, which was possibly a peerage gifted to him by Charles II, when Edward married the king’s former mistress – if the first wedding date was accurate. It’s uncertain if she returned to England before or...

    There’s not much written about Catherine after the death of her husband, although it’s believed that she died a few short years after him, a possible date of her death has been speculated to be sometime in 1678. There are allegedly two portraits of Catherine Pegge by Peter Lely, but the whereabouts of them are unknown. Unlike some of Charles II’s o...

  3. 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.

    • Early Life
    • Royal Mistress
    • Married Life
    • Final Years

    Catherine Pegge (or Peg) was the beautiful daughter of Thomas Pegge, a gentleman from Derbyshire, and his wife, Catherine Kniveton, the daughter of Sir Gilbert Kniveton, a baronet. Catherine also had a sister named Prudence Pegge, who was a year younger than her. Catherine’s father was a staunch royalist and fought under fellow royalist Colonel Gen...

    It was during Catherine and her family’s exile in Bruges that she began her liaison with Charles II, who was also in exile after fleeing England after the execution of his father, Charles I. Charles had settled his court in Bruges in 1656 and shortly afterwards met Catherine around 1656-7. Charles was 22-years-old at the beginning of their affair a...

    Catherine eventually returned to England and on 26th July 1660 (there’s also a date of 1667), she became the fourth wife of Edward Green(e), a baronet, which was possibly a peerage gifted to him by Charles II, when Edward married the king’s former mistress – if the first wedding date was accurate. It’s uncertain if she returned to England before or...

    There’s not much written about Catherine after the death of her husband, although it’s believed that she died a few short years after him, a possible date of her death has been speculated to be sometime in 1678. There are allegedly two portraits of Catherine Pegge by Peter Lely, but the whereabouts of them are unknown. Unlike some of Charles II’s o...

  4. 26 de abr. de 2022 · Catherine Pegge was the daughter of Thomas Pegge and Katharine Kniveton.1,2 She married Sir Edward Green, 1st and last Bt. in 1667.2 She died in 1678.2 Catherine Pegge and Charles II Stuart, King of Great Britain were associated. Children of Catherine Pegge and Charles II Stuart, King of Great Britain:

  5. When Catherine Pegge was born in 1635, in Yeldersley, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, her father, Thomas Pegge, was 26 and her mother, Catherine Kniveton, was 25. She married Edward Green, Baronet on 26 July 1660, in England, United Kingdom. They were the parents of at least 1 daughter.