b. 15 April 1863, d. 28 November 1922
- Father: Rufus Randolph Pegues b. 6 February 1830, d. 17 October 1877
- Mother: Nancy Godfrey Gillespie b. 27 December 1829, d. 21 May 1887
- Marlborough Pegues was born on 15 April 1863 in Marlborough County, South Carolina.
- Rufus Randolph Pegues and Nancy Godfrey Gillespie appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1870 in Wadesboro Township, Anson County, North Carolina. Other members of the household included Marlborough Pegues, Jennie May Pegues and Harriet Elizabeth Godfrey Gillespie.
- Nancy Godfrey Gillespie appeared in the US federal census of 1 June 1880 in Smithville Township, Marlboro County, South Carolina. Other members of the household included Marlborough Pegues, Jennie May Pegues, Nancy Kennedy Pegues, Harriet Elizabeth Godfrey Gillespie and Francis Preston Brooks Pegues.
- He married Susanne Edwards Payne, daughter of Walter G. Payne and Susanne (?), on 14 June 1900 in Norfolk, Virgiinia.
- Marlborough Pegues and Susanne Edwards Payne appeared in the US federal census of 15 April 1910 in Pelzer, Anderson County, South Carolina, at 15 Libby Street. Also in the household wer children Susanne (age 7), Marlborough (6), Effie Lloyd (3) and Frances (1), as well as the children's nurse Pocahontas McDaniel.
- He was employed by a cotton mill as a cotton buyer, according to the 1910 census.
- Marlborough Pegues and Susanne Edwards Payne appeared in the US federal census of 1 January 1920 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina, at 703 East Washngton Street. Also in the household were children Susanne (age 17), Marlboro (15), Effie (13), Frances (11) and Lena (9.)
- He was self-employed as a cotton broker, according to the 1920 census.
- Marlborough Pegues died on 28 November 1922 at age 59 in Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina, . His death was officially witnessed by Nancy Kennedy Pegues.
- His wife Susanne Edwards Payne became a widow at his death.
- He was interred at Christ Episcopal Church Cemetery, Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.
- The following appeared on 29 November 1922 in The State: (Greenviille, Nov. 28) Marlboro Pegues, 60 years old, well known cotton broker, died suddenly in his office here this afternoon about 4 o'clock of heart failure. He was born in Marlboro county. After graduating from Wofford college he became connected with Inman and company of Atlanta and worked practically the entire cotton belt. A number of nears ago he made his home in Greenville and had developed an extensive cotton business here.
- Last Edited: 7 Feb 2015