John PAPPRILL 18
- Born: 12 May 1638, Great Burstead, Essex, England
- Marriage: Ann
Papprill name evolved from: Peverall, Peverill, Peperel, Pepperall,
Pepperell, Pepperwell, Pepprell. with orign in French Pevre. Evidence:
Gervasius filius Peurelli 1130 (Pipe Rolls for London)
Peverel 1161-77 (Ramsay Cartulary Huntingdonshire) and 1205 (Curia
Regis Rolls, Essex).
Rannulfus Pevrellus, Piperellus 1086 (Domesday Book, Kent and Essex)
William Peverell 1221 (Assize Rolls, Warwickshire)
Richard Peverel 1186-1210 (St benet of Holme, Norfolk)
William Peperel 1224 (Clerkenweel, Middlesex)
Name from Old French Pevrel (Latin Piperellus) a diminutive of pevre,
(latin Piper) a pepper and used as personal name.
Phenge tenet idem Serlo de Ranulfo Piperello quod tenuit liber homo qui
effectur est homo antecessories Ranulfo Piperelli, set terran, suam sibi
Ranulfo Piperelli anglicised as Ranulf Pierell. Held Hatfield Peverel in
Essex a village close to Great Burstead.
Camden's BRITANNIA records:
Ranulf Peverel was married to daughter of Ingelric, a saxon lord. She
entombed in church at Hatfield Peverel.
Children: William Peverel - Governor of Dover Castle.
Pain Peverel Lord of Brun in Cambridgeshire.
She reputed to have been Mistress of William Conquerer by whom she had
son: William Peverel Lord of Nottingham.
William Peverel (ex Conquerer) had son who died. Another son named
William who lost estate by Henry II for preparing a dose of poison from
Ranulf Earl of Chester. King Richard I later gave title and honour of
Peverell to (King) John.
Burgh... Castleton .. has Peverell Castle (Scott's Castle of the Peak).
Waltham Forrest (Forest of Essex) was given by Edward Confessor to
References to land owned by Ranulf Peverel around Hampstead Heath.
Reference to Papprill in Burkes Arms and Armories. (Coat of Arms
Earliest proven ancestor is John Papprill of Great Burstead whose will
was proven in 1661. Family domicled at Great Burstead prior to date.
Will of John Paperell, Yeoman of Great Burstead dated 1595). Early
registers record marriage 1568 of John Paperyll to Margaret Semer.
Families noted around Woodham Ferrers and Woodham Walter.
Birth date esitimated based on birth of Alexander 1658.. argue John aged
1601 Robert Paprill a box turner was buried at Great Burstead.
1609 Quit Rents: A.John Paprill had the "Anchor Inn" near the church at
1619: Sessions Rolls: Papprill to answer for that he, coming on Sunday
night 15 September from an alehouse in the same drunk, was required by
Solomon Prower then n the King's watch there to go with him, who
answered he cared neither for the King's majesty nor for such a
Jack-a-napes slaves as he was, and therefore broke the king's peace upon
him. Henry Hicks, Innholder and James Barker, tailor both of Billericay
stood for Papprill, a blacksmith.
John married Ann.