. They were most likely one of those rebellious northern English Norman clans which were 'wasted' by Duke William of
when he took an army of 40,000 north as far as the Scottish border in 1070. Their name appears to have been Pappedae, from a Norman noble who arrived at Hastings with the Duke in 1066. Escaping north into
seat was at Dunglass but they also held estates in Haddington. Their close relationship to the Hume
in these ancient times leads one to believe there was a blood relationship rather than a pact of mutual protection.
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of this family name include: Pepdie, Pepdy, Papdie, Papeday, Papdye, Papede, Peberdy, Pabody, Pabodie, Pabode and many more.
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: William H. Peberdy and John Peberdy who landed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1838; Ephraim and Samuel Peberdy settled there in 1860; Francis, John, and William Pabodie landed in New England