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Paulet 1: Paulet of Crondall, Paulet of Gotehurst, Paulet of Hinton St. George, Paulet of Nunney, Paulet of Paulet
This family's name is often spelled 'Powlett' and sometimes as 'Paulett', 'Pawlet', 'Pawlett', 'Poulett', or 'Powlet'. We have kept to 'Paulet' but others do not.
Pa23. William de Paulet of Leigh Paulet d 1242
Pa22. William Paulet of Leigh Paulet d 1281
Pa21. Walter Paulet of Rode d 1314
Pa20. Sir John Paulet of Paulet and Gotehurst d 1355/6 - continued below
m Elizabeth Reyney dau of Sir Thomas Reyney of Rowd and Shyrston
Pa20. Sir John Paulet of Paulet and Gotehurst d 1355/6 - continued above
m Elizabeth Reyney dau of Sir Thomas Reyney of Rowd and Shyrston
Pa19. Sir John Paulet of Paulet and Gotehurst d 1378
m Elizabeth Creedy dau of Sir John Creedy of Creedy
Pa18. Sir Thomas Paulett of Gotehurst b about 1377 d 1407
m Margaret Boniton/Burton/Boulton dau of Henry Boniton/Burton
Pa17 Sir William Paulett of Hinton St. George. A match with Elizabeth Denebaud early in the 15th century brought the manor of Hinton St George, still the seat of the elder line, the earls Poulett.
m Elizabeth Denebaud/Denehand dau of John Denehand/Deneland of Hinton St. George
Pa16-1. Sir Amias Paulett b c 1460 d 1537, knighted in 1487 after the battle of Stoke, was treasurer of the Middle Temple in 1521, when Wolsey, in revenge for an indignity suffered at the knight's hands when the future chancellor was a young parson at Limington, forbade his leaving London without leave. To propitiate the cardinal, Sir Amias, rebuilding the Middle Temple gate, decorated it with the cardinal's arms and badge.
m Margaret Paulet dau of John Paulet of Nunney @1@ below It is assumed that Sir Amias was also of Hinton St. George and that Margaret was mother of ...
Pa16-1-1 Sir Hugh Paulett of Stamford Peverill, Governor of Jersey a soldier who had distinguished himself in 1544 at Boulogne in the king's presence, had, in 1551, a patent of the captaincy of Jersey with the governance of Montorgueil Castle. His wisdom and experience in the wars made Queen Elizabeth employ him at Havre in 1562 as adviser to the earl of Warwick. He died in 1572, having married, as his second wife, the wealthy widow of Sir Thomas Pope, founder of Trinity College, Oxford.
m2 Philippa Pollard dau of Sir Lewis Pollard of King's Nympton
Pa16-1-1-1 Sir Amias Poulett b 1536 d 1588, Ambassador famous as the puritan knight into whose charge at Tutbury and Chartley was given the Queen of Scots. After his prisoner's sentence at Fotheringhay, he beset Elizabeth's ministers with messages advising her execution, but he firmly withstood "with great grief and bitterness," the suggestion that she should be put to death secretly, saying that God and the law forbade.
m Margaret Harvey dau of Anthony Harvey of Columb-John
Pa16-1-1-2 Richard Paulet of Minety apparently of this generation
Pa16-1-1-2-1 Mary Paulet
m Henry Long of Ashley
Pa16-1-1-3 ?? Paulet brother of Amyas of Hinton St. George could be Richard ?
Pa16-1-1-3-1 Edith Paulet
m Vincent Goddard of Carleton
Pa16-1-1-4 Jone Paulet probably of this generation
m Christopher Coplestone of Coplestone
Pa16 Elizabeth or Ann Poulett
m Sir William Cary of Cockington b 12.04.1437, d 06.05.1471
Ca15 Robert Cary of Cockington b 1457 d 15 Jun 1540 m1 Jane Carew dau of Sir Nicholas Carew ?m3/2 c 1500 Margaret Fulkeram + 2 ch dau of William Fulkeram m2/3 Agnes Hody + 1 ch dau of Sir William Hody of Pillesdon
Ca14-1 John Cary of Kegbear b 1502 had issue
m Jane Devick dau of Edmund Devick of Okehampton
Ca14-2 Thomas Cary of Cockington and Chilson d 27.03.1567 m Mary Southcot dau of John Southcot of Bovey Tracey
Ca14 William Cary b 1492 d 1572 He was Sheriff of Bristol England in 1532 and mayor in 1546 during the reign of Henry VIII.
m Joan Herle
Ca13-1 Richard/Robert Cary b 1515 Bristol d June 17,1570 there bur St. Nichaolas Church
Ca13-2 Agnes Cary b c 1517 Bristol d by 1548 Tewkesbury m1 c 1544 Bristol Humphrey Cooper b c 1515 m2 Thomas Dickinson
Ca13-3 Susan Cary b c 1519 Bristol m 1571 John Lacy 1571 in Bristol
Ca13-4 William Cary b c 1520 Bristol d c 1572 Bristol m Jane Gough
Ca13 Richard Cary b ?Bristol d Aug. 11, 1569 Bristol m1 Elizabeth ? Christian Dennis +10 ch m2 Joan Holton + 6 ch -1 Richard Cary bap Aug. 18, 1542 St Nicholas Church, Bristol d June 14, 1591 Engl bur St Nicholas Church
-2 Lettice Cary b 1543 d c 1570
-3 Mary Cary b 1544 d y
-4 Mary Cary b 1546 d c 1570
-5 Elizabeth Cary b 1548 Engl d y
-6 Frances Cary b 1549
-7 William Cary b 3 Oct 1550 d 1 Mar 1632 Bristol
-8 Elizabeth Cary b 1551 d
-9 Agnes Cary b abt 1555 d
-10 Martha Cary b 1558 d y
-11 Martha Cary b 1562
-12 Anne Cary b 1564
-13 x Cary b 1565 d y
-14 x Cary b 1567 d y
-15 Christopher Cary b 1568 Bristol d May 1626 St. Stephens, Bristol Sheriff of Bristol in 1612
-16 x Cary b 1569 d y

-7-1 William Cary b Jan 1577 Bristol d Oct. 2, 1638 St. Thomas Church
-7-2 Richard Cary bap 1 Aug 1579 St Nicholas Church d July 1644 bur St. Nicholas Church m Mary Shershaw in 1606 in England They had 9 daughters and 8 sons only the first Son (Shershaw Cary) left issue
-7-3 John Cary b April 1583 St. Nicholas parish, England d Feb. 13, 1661 bur Church of All Saints m1 29 May 1609 in Bristol Elizabeth Herford + 5 ch m2 Alice Hobson Ho11 + 7 ch dau of Henry Hobson (Ho12, Alderman of Bristol and Alice Davis Da12 (dau of William Davis Da13 living in 1636)
-7-4 Walter Cary Baptized June 18, 1588 St. Nicholas parish, England d Feb. 1633 Bristol m Grace Browne
-7-5 Robert Cary Baptized Nov. 3, 1589 St. Nicholas parish, England d Oct. 7, 1628 Bristol left a will mentioning 4 daughters and 2 sons. According to the Heralds' College m Anne Thomas of Abergavenny
pedigree of 1700, this branch of the family became extinct during the civil wars
-7-6 Anne Cary b 1590 Bristol, England d c 1632 England
-7-7 Susan Cary b 1592 Bristol, England d England
-7-8 Margery Cary b Bristol married Hugh Yeo
-7-9 Thomas Cary bap April 11, 1596 St. Nicholas parish, England d Feb. 12, 1648 bur St. Thomas married Joan Milner abt 1647 in England
-7-10 James Cary Baptized April 14, 1600 St. Nicholas parish, Bristol d Nov. 2, 1681 Charlestown, MA emigrated to the Massachusetts colonies in 1639. His record at Charlestown is complete to and including his tombstone recording his death. From him descended a line of sea captains, merchants and clergymen, who have maintained the Bristol tradition in New England. m Mary Llewellyn in 1624 in Bristol, England
-7-11 Anne Cary b 1624 Bristol, England d infant
-7-12 Henry Cary Baptized Nov. 20, 1625 St. Nicholas d abt 1700 Marlborough, England

-7-3-1 John Cary b 1610 Bristol, England d 1681 Bridgewater, MA
-7-3-2 Thomas Cary b Dec 1613 Bristol
-7-3-3 Philip Cary b Bristol d abt 1765 England
-7-3-4 Prudence Cary
-7-3-5 Elizabeth Cary
-7-3-6 Henry Cary b 1618 Bristol
-7-3-7 Matthew Cary b 1619 Bristol d c 1648 Stepney Mariner, England
-7-3-8 Miles Cary bap 29 Jul 1621 All Saints, Bristol d 10 Jun 1667 Warwick, VA
-7-3-9 Richard Cary b 1620 Bristol d 10 Jun 1667 Warwick, VA
-7-3-10 Alice Cary b 1625 Bristol
-7-3-11 Honor Cary b 1627 Bristol d 6 Nov 1644 All Saints' Bristol, England
-7-3-12 Mary Cary b Nov. 1630 Bristol

-7-3-8-1 Maj Thomas Cary of 'Windmill Point' b after 1645/6 Warwick Co Va d there 1708 d 1708 Magpie Swamp, Warwick Co Va m 1669 Anne Milner b ABT 1649 AKA Frances Anne Milner b nansemond Co VA dau of Francis Milner b 1620 Nansemond Co VA d 1708 and Elizabeth Ball b 1625 grandau of Thomas Milner b 1605 appleton Yorkshire d 27 Apr 1694 Nansemonde VA and Mary Selden b 1605 Farring d 1700 Nansemonde VA, Capt William Ball b 1600)
-7-3-8-2 Anne Cary b abt 1649 Warwick, Virginia ?m possibly William Overton Ov10 or y Stuckey
-7-3-8-3 Henry Cary b 1650 Va d 1720 of The Forest, Va He was a building contractor. Among other public buildings he constructed the York County courthouse (1694), the fort on York River (1697), The first capitol at Williamsburg (1701-1703), the reconstruction of the College of William & Mary after a fire (1705), and the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg (1705-1710). He lived in the Governor's Palace during its construction. His petition to the government is evidence that bricks were burned in Virginia as early as 1709, rather than being imported. b ?1650? m Judith Lockey dau of Edward Lockey Jr
-7-3-8-4 Bridget Cary b 1652 Magpie Swamp, Warwick Co Va d 1670/71 m Capt William Bassett in 1670 and her descendants include descendents in Alabama and Georgia.
-7-3-8-5 Elizabeth Cary b 1653 VA m before 11th Apr 1670 Emanuel Wills
-7-3-8-6 Miles Cary b 1655 Virginia d 1709 Richneck, Va m1 Mary Milner, dau of Thomas Milner No issue. m2 1702, April 13, Mary Wilson Wi9 wid of Col William Roscow of Blunt Point, Warwick Co dau and heiress of Col William Wilson Wi10 of Hampton, Elizabeth City Co
-7-3-8-7 Col William Cary b 1657 VA d 1713 Skiffs Creek Va m Martha Scarsbrook/Scarisbrooke

-7-3-8-6-1 Mary Cary b after 1703 d 1775 m 1722 Joseph Selden b 1705 in England d 1727 Elizabeth City Co son of Samuel Selden and Rebecca Yeo
-7-3-8-6-2 Anne Cary m Major Peter Whiting, son of Col. Henry Whiting Wh9
-7-3-8-6-3 Wilson Cary b 1703 Warwick Co m Sarah Pate
-7-3-8-6-4 Miles Cary of 'Ceeleys', Elizabeth City Co b 1708 d 1756

-7-3-8-6-3-1 Ann Cary b 1735 d 1786 m Robert Carter Nicholas
-7-3-8-6-3-2 Mary Cary b 1733 m Edward Jaquelin Ambler
-7-3-8-6-3-3 Elizabeth Cary d 1822 m c 1795 Rev Lord Bryan Fairfax
-7-3-8-6-3-4 Wilson Miles Cary b 4 Aug 1731 d Nov 1817 m 23 May 1759 Sarah Blair
-7-3-8-6-3-5 Sally Cary m George William Fairfax

-7-3-8-6-3-1-1 Elizabeth Nicholas b 1753 m Gov. Edmund Jennings Randolph, son of John Randolph, 1776 d. 1810.
-7-3-8-6-3-1-2 George Nicholas b 11 Aug. 1753 - 27 July 1799), m Mary Smith dau of John Smith of Baltimore, Md., and moved to KY
-7-3-8-6-3-1-3 Wilson Cary Nicholas b 31 Jan 1761 d 10 Oct 1820) m 1783 Margaret Smith, dau of John Smith of Baltimore, Md.,
-7-3-8-6-3-1-4 John Nicholas (1756 - 31 Dec. 1819 ) m Anne Lawson, was member of Congress 1793 - 1801; removed to Geneva, New York, where he has numerous descendants.
-7-3-8-6-3-1-5 Sarah Nicholas, b 1752 at Frederick Co., VA m John Hatley Norton.
-7-3-8-6-3-1-6 Judith Nicholas b 1765
-7-3-8-6-3-1-7 Lewis Nicholas b 1766 lived in Albemarle.
-7-3-8-6-3-1-8 Robert Nicholas b 1768
-7-3-8-6-3-1-9 Philip Norborne Nicholas (1775 - 1849) m1 Mary Spear of Baltimore, Md., m2 Maria Carter ?Taylor dau Thomas Taylor and Mary Anne Byrd,
-7-3-8-6-3-1-10 Mary Nicholas; b. 1759; d. 1796 unm
Ca14-4 Robert Cary of Clovelly b 1513 d 1 April 1586 M.P. for Barnstaple in 1553
m1 Margaret Milliton + 5 ch dau of John Milliton
m2 Alice Fulford dau of Sir Baldwin Fulford of Dunsford
Ca15-2 Thomas Cary of Chilton Foliot d before 21.06.1536 m Margaret or Eleanor Spencer dau of Sir Robert Spencer of Spencer Coombe
Pa16-3. Alice Poulett
m Sir John Paulet of Nunney a 1501 @2@ below
Pa16-4.+ Christian Paulett m 1st Sir William Martin 2nd Nicholas Chichester, + Pa16-5 Florence Paulett m. John Ashford
Pa18-2 William Paulet of Melcomb Paulet d 08.08.1435
m Eleanor de la Mere d 1413, dau of Sir Elias de la Mere of Nunney
Pa18-2-1 Sir John Paulet of Nunney
m Constance de Poynings dau of Hugh de Poynings, younger of Basing
Pa18-2-1-1 John Paulet of Nunney a 1469
m Eleanor Roos dau of Robert Roos of Gedney and Irby
Pa18-2-1-1-1 Sir John Paulet of Nunney a 1501
m Alice Poulett dau of Sir William Poulett of Hinton St. George @2@ above
Pa18-2-1-1-1-1 Sir William Paulet, Lord St. John of Basing, 1st Marquess of Winchester d 10.03.1572
m Elizabeth Capel dau of Sir William Capel, Lord Mayor of London
Pa18-2-1-1-1-2 Thomas Paulet dsp
Pa18-2-1-1-1-3 Sir George Paulet of Crondall d 1558 'Tudor' shows Sir George as married thrice, to Jane Lark mother of William then to Barbara Hampden mother of Hampden, Giles, Catherine, etc. then to Elizabeth Windsor mother of Sir George. That site then shows son William as having married Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Henry Smith by the same Barbara Hampden. Visitation Buckinghamshire, 1634, Hampden of Hampden shows his son William as married to Anne, daughter of Edmund Smith son of Sir John by Barbara Hampden her only marriage, by whom he was father of William and Sir Hampden. Giving precedence to the Visitation record, we combine these as follows:
m1 Jane Lark
-1 William Paulet
m Anne Smith dau of Edmund Smith by Barbara Hampden
-1-1 William Paulet of Ewalden
m Elizabeth Codingham dau of Henry Codingham
TCP Bolingbroke confirms that William son of William, son of Sir George, brother of Marquess William and Elizabeth dau of Henry Codingham were parents of ...
-1-1-1 Elizabeth Paulet bur 26.10.1655
m 04.1602 Oliver St. John, 4th Lord of Bletso, 1st Earl of Bolingbroke d 06.1646
-1-2 Sir Hampden Paulet Details of his family taken from 'Tudor'.
m1 Anne Hadnol
m2 Mary Mitchell
-1-2-1 Elizabeth Paulet
m Francis Dowse of Browton and Nether Wallop
-2 Elizabeth Paulet apparently the Elizabeth who married ...
m1 _ Reniger
m2 Walter Lambert of Southampton
-3 Mary Paulet presumably the Mary who married ...
m George Yorke of Ashby de la Launde
-4+ other issue - Giles, Catherine, Mary, daughter, Mabel, Elizabeth, son
m2 Elizabeth Windsor dau of William Windsor, 2nd Lord
-9 Sir George Paulet of Crondall b 1553, d 1608
m before 1586 Joan Kyme dau of Richard Kyme of Lewes
Pa18-2-1-1-1-4 Richard Paulet of Herriard
-1 ?? Paulet
-1-1 Richard Paulet
-1-1-1 2 daughters
Pa18-2-1-1-1-5 Eleanor Paulet<
m Sir William Gifford of Itchell ancestor of Sir Arthur Gore, Earl of Arran
Pa18-2-1-1-1-6 Katherine Paulet b c 1650
m Sir William Fermor of Somerton Baron Leominster/Lempster d 20.07.1552 he m1 21 Dec 1671 Jane Baker m3 5 Mar 1691/2 Sophia Osborne dau of Thomas Osborne, Duke of Leeds
-1 Mary Fermor m Sir John Wodehouse 4th Bart of Kimberley b 23 Mar 1669 d 6 Aug 1754 -1-1 Sir Armine Wodehouse b c 1714 d 21 May 1777 m Letitia Bacon + 3 ch dau of Sir Edmund Bacon 6th Bart and Mary Kemp -1-1-1 Sir John Wodehouse created Baron Kimberley 1797 m Sophia Berkeley dau of Hon Charles Berkeley and Frances West
-1-1-2 Rev Philip Wodehouse b 1 May 1745 d 14 FReb 1811 m 29 Jul 1775 Apollonia Nourse dau of John Nourse
-1-1-3 Thomas Wodehouse b 1 Feb 1747 m 23 Sep 1782 Sarah Campbell dau of Pryse Campbell and Sarah Bacon
-1-1-1-1 Hon. Letitia Wodehouse m1 Sir Thomas maynard Hesilrige m2 Frederick Fielding
-1-1-1-2 John Wodehouse, 2nd Baron Wodehouse of Kimberley b 11 Jan 1771 d 29 May 1846
-1-1-1-3 Vice-Admiral Hon Philip Wodehouse b 16 Jul 1773 d 21 Jan 1838
-1-1-1-4 Hon Armine Wodehouse b 1776
-1-1-1-5 Rev Hon. William Wodehouse b 4 Aug 1782 d 3 Apr 1870
-1-1-1-6 Hon Laura Sophia Wodehouse b 13 Jan 1801 d 17 Feb 1869 m Raikes Currie son of Isaac Currie and Mary Anne Raikes
-1-1-2-1 Lucy Wodehouse d 21 Jun 1829 m Edmond Wodehouse
-1-1-2-2 Col Philip Wodehouse b 6 Aug 1788, d 15 Dec 1846 m Lydia Lea dau of Joseph Lea + 9 ch
-1-1-2-3 Venerable Charles Nourse Wodehouse b 8 Sep 1790 d Mar 1870 m Dulcibella Jane Hay dau of William Hay 17th Earl of Erroll and Jane Bell
-1-1-3-1 Edmond Wodehouse b 26 Jun 1784, d. 21 Aug 1855 m Lucy Wodehouse dau of Rev Philip Wodehouse and Apollonia Nourse
-1-1-3-2 Rev Thomas Wodehouse b 13 Oct 1788, d. 22 Mar 1840 m Anne King dau of Rev Walker King
-1-1-3-3 Rev Nathaniel F Wodehouse b. 2 Nov 1802, d. 23 Oct 1870 m 27 Sep 1829 Georgiana Capell dau of Rev Hon William Robert Capell and Sarah Salter

-1-1-2-3-1 Charles Wodehouse b 31 Dec 1822 d 29 Apr 1902
-1-1-2-3-2 James Hay Wodehouse b 23 Apr 1824 d 13 Jul 1911
-1-1-2-3-3 Emily Jane Wodehouse b 7 May 1826 d 17 Apr 1901
-1-1-2-3-4 Herbert Wodehouse b 29 Jul 1827 d 1889
-1-1-3-1-1 Lucy Wodehouse m LtCol Hervey Hopwood son of Robert Gregge Hopwood and Hon Cecilia Byng
-1-1-3-1-2 Sir Philip Edmond Wodehouse b 26 Feb 1811, d 25 Oct 1887 m 19 Dec 1833 Katherine Mary Tampler dau of Francis James Templer and Eleanor Williams
-1-1-3-1-3 Gen Edmond Wodehouse b 3 Aug 1818, d. 28 May 1898 m Louisa Harriet Hallifax dau of BrigGen Robert Dampier Hallifax and Harriett Thomson
-1-1-3-1-4 Rev Campbell Wodehouse b 3 Jan 1826 d 8 Mar 1868 m Marianne Lloyd dau of Rev Charles Lloyd
-1-1-3-2-1 Sarah Frances Wodehouse m 15 May 1850 William S Dawson
-1-1-3-2-2 Anne Wodehouse m 13 Apr 1852 Rev James Carleton King
-1-1-3-2-3 Agnes Wodehouse m 11 Feb 1865 G S Williams
-1-1-3-2-4 Rev Thomas Wodehouse b 22 May 1818 d 15 Feb 1905 m Louisa Clara Wodehouse
-1-1-3-2-5 Rev Walker Wodehouse b 31 Aug 1819
-1-1-3-2-6 Francis Arthur Wodehouse b 18 Jun 1831, d 30 Dec 1891 m Fanny Wodehouse
-1-1-3-2-7 Edmond Henry Wodehouse b 17 Feb 1837 d 27 Mar 1923 m Louisa Clara Wodehouse
-1-1-3-3-1 Fanny Wodehouse d 13 Jun 1928 m Francis Arthur Wodehouse
-1-1-3-3-2 Louisa Clara Wodehouse d 18 Jan 1920 m Edmond Henry Wodehouse son of Rev Thomas Wodehouse and Anne King
-1-1-3-3-3 Alice Jane Wodehouse d 21 Oct 1901 m Maj Bevil Granville son of Bernard Granville
-1-1-3-3-4 Rear-Admiral Capel Wodehouse b 25 Jan 1841 d 3 Mar 1906 m Portia Maria Rashleigh dau of William Boys Rashlegih + 3 ch

-1-1-3-1-2-1 Rt Hon Edmond Robert Wodehouse b 3 Jun 1835 d 14 Dec 1914 m Adela Sophia Harriett Bagot dau of Rev Charles Walter Bagot and Mary Chester
-1-1-3-3-3-1 Grace Granville m Harold McCorquodale + 5 ch
-1-1-3-3-3-2 Morwenna Granville d. 20 Feb 1959 m Sir Lionel Halsey + 2 dau
-1-1-3-3-3-3 LtCol Bernard Granville b 21 Jul 1873 d 4 Nov 1933 m Edith Halsey + 3 ch
Pa18-2-1-1-2 Margaret Paulet
m Sir Amias Poulett of Hinton St. George @1@ above

Main sources:
1 Collins 1741, vol i, Powlett of Bolton.
2 BP1934 Poulett, BP1934 Winchester
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