Peek of Hazelwood


  John Peek 1735 - 1847

The Peeks of Hazelwood

John Peek (1735 - 1847) belonged to a branch of the Peek family which had been established in a small area of Devon since earliest recorded times, and the connection remains to this day. The area in question comprises the district of South Hams and the hundreds and divisions of Coleridge, Stanborough and Ermington; from Blackawton and its neighbouring parishes of Halwell and Cornworthy during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (and probably earlier), then to Modbury for the greater part of the eighteenth century and finally, in the 1770s, to Loddiswell and Kingsbridge. Members of the family owned the Hazelwood estate at Loddiswell for over one hundred and fifty years. This website contains information on John and his descendants. Much of this information has been taken from the "Blue Book" of the James Peek Trust but augmented by further research and family updates.


Feature Articles

feature 1 The History and Traditions of the Peek Family This document gives a general history of the Peek family

feature 2 The James Peek Trust James Peek of Watcombe near Torquay set up a trust to support his descendants and those of his father. Its history and current status are here. Applicants and potential applicants can find the necessary paperwork in the Album James Peek Trust Application Material. Further information is available from the Clerk to the Trustees via "Contact Us" below.

feature 3 Peeks in Australia Richard and Samuel Peek were among the early immigrants to Australia. They and their descendants played an important role in the development of the colony.

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