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William Pegg (1778-1845), paper manufacturer of Wooburn
1778 December 13th. Born at Wooburn the son of Harry Pegg and his wife Mary Rance
Married Annetta Wildman (1774-1842)
1839 Listed as William Pegg, Wooburn Mills, Paper and Millboard Manufacturer.
1842 Death of his wife Annetta.
1842 March 21st. Will of Annetta Pegg, Wife of Wooburn, Buckinghamshire.
1842 December. Mention of William Pegg of Wooburn.
1845 June 18th. Died. 'Sudden Death.— On Wednesday morning last as Mr. William Pegg, paper manufacturer, of Wooburn, was in his yard giving directions to some of his men, having previously been through his mill for the same purpose, he suddenly fell and expired. Medical aid was immediately procured but the vital spark had flown. The deceased was the 66th year of his age'
1845 August / October / November. Sale of the estate of William Pegg. Long and detailed list of tenements, cottages, houses, meadows, a paper mill known as 'Gun Powder Mill', a mill board mill, family residence etc. 
1846 April. Sale of his house at Eghams Green and the contents.