- Born: , , England
- Marriage: Sir Hamon II PECHE 
- Died: After 1241, , , England
- Buried: Barnwell Priory, Cambridgeshire, England
Source <A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the landed gentry of Great Britain ...> Par Sir Bernard Burke:
"Sir Robert Todenham, fourth son of Sir John de Todenham, by Lady Joan Charles, m. Eve Rochester, dau. of Sir Ralph de Rochester, by Maude Peeche, dau. of Sir Hamon Peeche, (by Eve, his wife,) son of Sir Gilbert Peeche, Lord of Brunna, in Cambridgeshire. ..."
"... HAMO Pecche (-Palestine 1241, bur Barnwell). The Liber Memorandorum Ecclesie de Bernewelle names "Hamon Pecche" as son of "Gilberto". A charter dated 28 May 1228 records that "Hamo Pecche" requested land of "Gilbertus Pecche pater suus" from the abbot of Ramsey, and that "Hamo Pecche avus suus" had "duos filios…Gilbertum […post nato] et Galfridum" and names "Willelmus pater ipsius Hamonis…et Elwina uxor sua". The Liber Memorandorum Ecclesie de Bernewelle records that "Hamon Pecche" died "in terra sancta" and buried at Barnwell.
m EVA, daughter of --- (-8 Jan [after 1241], bur Barnwell). The Liber Memorandorum Ecclesie de Bernewelle records that "Hamon Pecche", son of "Gilberto", married "Euam, de partibus transmarinis oriundam" (without further specifying her place of origin). The Liber Memorandorum Ecclesie de Bernewelle records that "Eua senex" was buried at Barnwell, the wording suggesting that she outlived her husband. A later passage in the same source records that she died "tercio die post Epiphaniam" and was buried next to her husband by three of her sons who tried to hide her will. Hamo & his wife had six children:
a) GILBERT Pecche (-25 May 1291). ...
b) HAMO Pecche. ...
c) HUGH Pecche. ...
d) ROBERT Pecche. ...
e) THOMAS Pecche. ...
f) WILLIAM Pecche (-bur Barnwell). ..."
[and Maud ?
Eve married Sir Hamon II PECHE  [MRIN: 2386], son of Sir Gilbert PECHE, Lord Of Brunna (Bourne)  and Alice FITZ WALTER . (Sir Hamon II PECHE  was born about 1200 in Eriswell, Suffolk, England, died in 1241 in Holy Land and was buried in Barnwell Priory, Cambridgeshire, England.)