Sir Peter Corbet Knight
- Born: Hope-Juxta-Caus, Shropshire, England
- Marriage: Unknown
- Died: 1362, Lawrenny, Pembrokenshire, Wales
For the later part of the Corbet of Caus line I used The Family Corbet, It's Life and Times, Volume II. There is a chart between pages 190-191 of "Corbet of Chaddesley-Corbet, Hope & Leigh-Juxta-Caus, Leighton and Subsequently of Sundorne that shows family connections. It begins with Simon Corbet of Pontesbury, and his children given are Thomas of the Moreton-Corbet line, Robert, fourth Baron of Caus (ob. 1222) married to Emma Pantolph; Hugh, a priest; Walter, a priest; Willim, a priest; and Sir Roger of Chaddesley-Corbet living in 1216. Robert Corbet, Baron of Caus and his wife Emma were the parents of Thomas, fifth Baron of Caus (ob. 1272) married to Isabel Valletort; Hugh or Grysetaille living in 1292; Sir Robert of Chetton married to Ida; Sir William, living in 1251-4; and Alan.
Sir William's wife Ada is incorrectly shown as the wife of their son, also named William. The Inquisitions post mortem for the elder William Corbet show that Ada was the wife the of older William and the mother of the younger William. The children given fro Sir William are William, knt.; Roger, knt. ob 1289 at la Berton, married to Nesta who married as her second husband Thomas de Roshal; Nicholas, knt. living in 1324; Hawisa married to Sir Laurence de Saundford who was living in 1254; Walter, knt. living in 1339 and married to Johanna; John, knt. married to Eleanor, daughter of Sir Henry de Strother; and Thomas, who received a Grant of Beddyngton, Surrey in 1302.
The children given for Sir Roger Corbet and his wife Nesta were Sir William who had three daughters and his brother Peter was his heir; Sir Peter of Hope-juxta-Caus, ob circa 1362, inherited Chetton and Chaddesley-Corbet, married to Ela widow of Sir James de Perers; Sir Roger, of Leigh-Juxta-Caus, who inherited lands of brothers William and Peter, ob circa 1368 and married to Amice de Camaville; and John of Bynweston and Leighton, living in 1390. Sir Peter of Hope-Juxta-Caus who died around 1362 is the most likely father of Margaret Corbet married to Griffin Warenne, although Peter's brother Roger also had a son named Peter, but the dates and information given in The History of the Family Warren matches closer to the elder Sir Peter Corbet, the uncle of the second Peter Corbet, son of Sir Roger Corbet. 1494