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Palk of Haldon, Pinchon of Writtle, Pynsent of Erchfont Erthfont, Petty Lords Shelburne
Nicholas Pinchon, Sheriff of London a 1533
1. John Pinchon of Writtle, Essex
m Jayne Empson dau of Sir Richard Empson, m2. _ Wilson Secretary of State
A. William Pinchon of Writtle
m Rose Reding dau of _ Reding or Reddinge of Pinner
i. Sir Edward Pinchon of Writtle
m Dorothy Weston dau of Sir Jerome Weston of Roxwell
a. John Pinchon or Pincheon of Writtle a 1634
m1 Elizabeth Corderoy dau/coheir of Thomas Corderoy by sister of Thomas Cornwallis
1 Visitation stops with John and his wife Elizabeth Corderoy. BE1883 Weston of Portland reports that John left daughters, one of whom was Anne, and gives the connection with the Webbe family, confirmed by BLG1886 Salvin of Sutton Place.
2 TCP Petre identifies Bridget's mother. Uncertain who was mother of Anne, Dorothy & Elizabeth
1 Anne Pinchon
m John Woolfe
A Bridget Woolfe d 10.02.1729
m John Webbe d 07.03.1729
2 Dorothy Pinchon probably of this generation
m Herbert Palmer, younger of Wingham b c1629, d 1699/1700
3 Elizabeth Pinchon probably of this generation
m Geffrey Gates of Bury St. Edmunds a 1623
m2 Anne Kynnion mother of Bridget, presumed 2nd wife of this John
4 Bridget Pinchon
m before 15.04.1675 William Petre, 4th Lord b c1626, d 05.01.1683
b. Mary Pinchon
m Walter Overbury of Moreton-in-the-Marsh
c.+ other issue - Elizabeth, Anne
ii. Elizabeth not Jayne Pinchon bur 15.02.1602/3
m Sir Richard Weston of Roxwell, later 1st Earl of Portland bpt 01.03.1577, d 13.03.1634
iii.+ other issue - Henry, Christopher
B. Elizabeth Pinchon
m Geoffrey Gatte of Bery St. Edmond
C. Jayne Pinchon
m Andrew Pascall of Springfield
D.+ other issue - John of Springfield, Sir Edward
Reportedly 7th in descent from a Henry Palk of Ambrooke temp Henry VII was ...
Walter Palk
m _ Abraham
1. Sir Robert Palk, Governor of Madras, 1st Bart of Haldon d 1791
m 11.02.1761 Anne Vansittart dau of Arthur Vansittart
A. Sir Lawrence Palk, 2nd Bart of Haldon d 20.06.1813
m1 07.08.1789 Mary Bligh dsps 04.03.1791, dau of John Bligh, 3rd Earl of Darnley
m2 15.05.1792 Dorothy Elizabeth Vaughan d 15.02.1849, dau of Wilmot Vaughan, 1st Earl of Lisburne
i. Sir Lawrence Vaughan Palk, 3rd Bart of Haldon b 24.04.1793, d 16.05.1860 had issue
m 09.12.1815 Anna Eleonora Wrey d 25.01.1846, dau of Sir Bourchier Wrey, Bart
ii. Robert John Malet Palk b 15.05.1794, d 1870 had issue
m 05.08.1828 Harriett Hibbert dau of George Hibbert of Portland Place
iii. Elizabeth Malet Palk d 18.01.1827 §R§
m 15.05.1818 Sir Horace Beauchamp Seymour b 22.11.1791, d 23.11.1851
iv. Mary Palk d 23.07.1851
m 27.08.1835 Ernest Augustus Vaughan, 4th Earl of Lisburne b 30.08.1800, d 08.11.1873
v.+ other issue - Wilmot Henry b 24.10.1796, d unm, rector of Ashcombe, John b 25.04.1801, d 04.10.1838, Major, Edward b 1804, d 22.01.1821, Arthur George b 10.07.1806, d 27.11.1835, Rev.
B. Anne Palk d 09.1791
m 14.03.1786 Sir Bourchier Wrey, 7th Bart of Trebitch b 22.02.1757, d 20.11.1826
C.+ other issue - Catherine d unm, Emelia d young 14.08.1786
2.+ other issue - Walter, Grace
John Pynsent
1. John Pynsent of Chudleigh, Devon
m Joan Downham dau of William Downham of Colhampton
A. John Pynsent of Carleton Corlieu, Leicestershire
m Mary Clifford dau of Simon Clifford of Boscomb
i. Grisell Pynsent
m John St. Barbe of Broadlands d 1658
ii. Elizabeth Pynsent dsps
m Sir John Bolles, Bart of Scampton
iii. Anne Pynsent b c1641, bur 27.11.1694
m Sir Villiers Chernocke, Bart of Hulcote d 11.1694
B. William Pynsent of London d by 1667, 3rd son
m Anne Lancelott dau of John Lancelott of London
i. Sir William Pynsent, Sheriff of Wiltshire, 1st Bart of Erchfont or Erthfont b c1650, d c1719
m Patience Bond dau of John Bond, alderman of London
a. Sir William Pynsent, Sheriff of Somerset, 2nd Bart of Erchfont b c1681, bur 30.01.1765
BEB1841 reports that Sir William died on 15.06.1754 and his son William on 08.01.1765 having become the 3rd baronet. TCB reports that the father was buried on 30.01.1765 and that the son dvp on 15.06.1754. We follow TCB.
m Mary Jennings dau of Thomas Jennings of Burton, widow of Edmund Star
1 William Pynsent dvpsp 15.06.1754
m ?? widow of Edward Wadman
2+ other issue - Mary dvp, Eleonora Ann d unm 1763
b.+ other issue - Lancelot, John, Robert d 19.09.1738, Patience, Anne, Elizabeth
BEB1841 reports that the last baronet was Sir Robert dsp 1781, "in holy orders", cousin of the above William the younger. This would imply that Robert was probably son of one of these younger sons. However, TCB reports that, although there was such a Robert Pinsent who claimed the title as heir male, the claim was spurious. Robert, vicar of Kilmurry & Dunmoylin, was in fact son of Robert of Athy, son of William of Athy, son of William rector of Athy whose connection with the above is not known.
ii. Anne Pynsent d young
C. Robert Pynsent dsp
m Anne Bettenham dau of Stephen Bettenham of Bromley
D. Elizabeth Pynsent
m Thomas Washer of Henoke
E. Grace Pynsent
m William Tottle of Bovey
F.+ other issue - Humphrey dsp, Eleanor d unm
Anthony Petty of Romsey, Hampshirefather of the wife of James Naper, possibly also of ...
1. Sir William Petty b 27.05.1623, d 16.12.1687
BE1883 reports that Sir WIlliam was born in Romsey and identifies him as "the celebrated Surveyor-General of Ireland". TCP Shelburne points out that he was in fact only the acting Surveyor-General. Neither mention the fact that, according to Wikipedia which identifies his father as a Hampshire clothier and other sites, he was a significant political & academic scientist, economist & philosopher. In consideration of his work, his widow was created a Baroness for life and his sons successively were created Barons.
m 1667 Elizabeth Waller, Baroness Shelburne b c1636, d 02.1708, dau of Sir Hardress Waller of Castletown
A. John Petty bpt 15.02.1669, dvp bur 28.01.1670
B. Charles Petty, Lord Shelburne b c1672, dsp 04.1696
m 04.06.1690 Mary Williams b c1673, d 12.1710, dau/coheir of Sir John Williams, 2nd Bart of Minster, by Susan Skipwith
C. Henry Petty, Lord Shelburne, Earl of Shelburne b 22.10.1675, d 17.04.1751
m 1699 Arabella Boyle d 10.1750, dau of Charles Boyle, Lord Clifford
i. James Petty, 'Viscount Dunkeron' b c1708, dvpsps 17.09.1750
m 21.04.1737 Elizabeth Clavering sister/coheir of Sir James Clavering, Bart
a. James Petty b 07.11.1741, dvp 23.04.1742
ii. Anne Petty dsp
m 26.03.1722 Francis Bernard son/heir of Judge Francis
D. Anne Petty
m 14.01.1692 Thomas FitzMaurice, 1st Earl of Kerry d 13.03.1741
Their 2nd son was created Earl of Shelburne.
2. daughter
m James Naper of Loughcrew d 09.1676

1 Visitation Essex, 1612+1634, Pinchon
2 BP1870 Palk, BP1934 Haldon
3 BEB1841 Pynsent of Erthfont, TCB vol iv, Pynsent of Erchfont
4 BE1883 Petty of Shelburne, TCP Shelburne

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