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|Born: ABT 1586, Ewalden, Somersetshire, England
Died: 1655, Melchbourne, Bedfordshire, England
Buried: 26 Oct 1655, Bletsoe, Bedford, England
Father: William PAULET
Mother: Elizabeth CODINGHAM
Married: Oliver St. JOHN (1° E. Bolingbroke) Apr 1602
1. Oliver St. JOHN
2. Francis St. JOHN
3. Dorothy St. JOHN
4. Elizabeth St. JOHN
5. Barbara St. JOHN
6. Anthony St. JOHN
7. Anne St. JOHN
8. Paulet St. JOHN
1. John (Henry) GIFFORD (m. Joan Brydges)
2. Alice GIFFORD (b. ABT 1503)
3. Anne GIFFORD (b. 1504)
4. Mary GIFFORD (b. ABT 1505)
5. Richard GIFFORD (b. ABT 1506)
6. Jane GIFFORD (b. 1508) (m. Thomas Huddock)
Born: 1536, Hinton, St. George, Somerset, England
Died: 26 Sep 1588, Hinton St. George, Somersetshire, England
Notes: Governor of Jersey, Ambassador to France, and jailer to Mary of Scotland; he received twenty-three votes in the period 1580-85. Paulet was Mary's last jailer. His first action was to take down Mary's cloth of state with her famous motto "In my End is my Beginning", which she had had hanging over her chair in all her prisons since the days of Shrewsbury. Paulet was a Puritan who found Mary irritating and tiresome as well as offensive to his high principles. He repeatedly ignored her complaints regarding her health and eliminated her outings to Buxton Baths on the pretext that by her alms to the poor she might gain popular support. She was not even allowed to take the air nor to receive any correspondence except from the French Ambassador. Her servants were treated in the same manner, while Mary's religious customs and convictions were thoroughly despised. He refused to baptise the child of Barbara Curle, one of Mary's servants, and proclaimed himself scandalised when Mary baptise the child herself according to Catholic rites. By the time the Babington Plot was taking shape, Mary had had to be moved to Chartley due to her ill health. It was also during that time that he broke into her apartments while she was lying ill in bed and unceremoniously seized her money under Elizabeth's instructions. Paulet was entrusted with several letters from Mary to Elizabeth and others. He delayed dispatching these for fear that Elizabeth might be touched by them and revoke the Death Warrant. It took almost a year for the other letters to be received by the addressees. Paulet also attended Mary's execution and was Knighted after it.
Hugh PAULET (Pa16-5-4)
Mother: Phillipa POLLARD
Married 1: Margaret HARVEY about 1548
(Pa16-5-4-4-1. Hugh PAULET
(Pa16-5-4-4-2) Anthony PAULET (Knight)
(Pa16-5-4-4-3) Joan PAULET
(Pa16-5-4-4-4) George PAULET
(Pa16-5-4-4-5) Sarah PAULET
(Pa16-5-4-4-6) Elizabeth PAULET
Married 2: Catherine HARVEY about 1570