'Pulleine2'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Pulleine of Carleton Hall, Pulleine of Crake Hall, Pulleine (Pulleyne) of Killinghall

Foster identifies the armsas "Azure, on a bend between 6 lozenges or, each charged with an escallop sable, five escallops of the field". That indicates that it was closely connected to the Pulleines of Scotton. However, BLG1886 identifies their arms as "Az., a bend cotised arg., charged with three escallops gu., on a chief or, three martlets of the field".
Richard Pulleine of Killinghall, Yorkshire
m. Eleanor Rudd (dau of John Rudd of Killinghall)
1. John Pulleine 'of Killinghall'
  m. Jane Ross (dau of Thomas Ross of Ingmanthorpe)
  A. James Pulleine of Killinghall
  m1. Frances Ingleby (dau of Sir William Ingleby of Ripley)
  i. John Pulleine of Killinghall
  m. Agnes Vavasour (dau of William Vavasour of Weston by Alice Pavor, she m2. Edmund Parkinson)
a. Thomas Pulleine of Killinghall (d 09.1705)
  m. Isabella Busfield (d 03.1710, dau of William (not Thomas) Bushfield of Rishforth & Leeds, widow of R. Newby)
  (1) Thomas Pulleine 'of Creyke Hall' of Carleton Hall, Sheriff of Yorkshire (a 1703)
  m1. Katherine Craythorn of Ness
  (A) Henry Pulleine, Governor of Bermuda had issue
  m. _ Billingham of York
m2. (1686-7) Dorothy Smithson (dau of Sir Jerome Smithson of Stanwick by Mary Wingate)
  (B) Wingate Pulleine of Carleton Hall (d 08.1763, 3rd son)
  m1. (1721) Catherine Frances Babington (dau of Philip Babington of Babington)
  (i) Wingate Pulleine (d infant)
  m2. Frances Carr (d 1735, dau of Ralph Carr of Cocken Hall)
(ii) Thomas Babington Pulleine of Carleton Hall (b 21.06.1731)
  m. Winifred Collingwood (d 1780, dau of Edward Collingwood of Dissington by Mary, dau of John Roddam of Roddam)
  (a) Mary Winifred Pulleine
  m. Walter Spencer-Stanhope of Canon Hall
  One of their sons inherited Dissington and assumed the name Collingwood whilst another son inherited Roddam and assumed the name Roddam.
  (iii) Henry Pulleine of Carleton Hall (b 1734)
m. (11.09.1764) Elizabeth Hutton (dau of John Hutton of Marske)
  (a) Henry Percy Pulleine of Carleton Hall then of Crake Hall (b 30.11.1770, d 01.05.1833) had issue
  m. Elizabeth Askew (dau of Anthony Askew of London)
  (b) Ann Babington Pulleine
  m. Thomas Pulleyn Mosley of Burley Hall
  ((1)) Eliza (Pulleyn) Mosley
  m. (04.05.1818) John Crowder of Brotherton
((2)) Frances Mosley
  m1. Frederick Dodsworth of Thornton Watlass
  m2. Edward Wyvill (rector of Fingall)
  ((3)) Ann Mosley
  m. Montague Wynyard
  (c)+ other issue (d unm) - Hutton Lewis, Eliza
  (iv) Isabella Pulleine (b c1752, d 25.08.1812)
  m. Charles Wilkinson of Thorp
  (a) Elizabeth Wilkinson (b c1752, d 25.08.1812)
  m. Sheldon Cradock (b 19.10.1741, d 12.06.1814)
  (v) Dorothy Pulleine (d 1734)
(C) Dorothy Pulleine
  m. Reginald Marriott (MP for Weymouth)
  (D) Mary Pulleine
  m. Richard Garth of Morden
  (E)+ other issue - Thomas (d unm), Catherine, Frances (d young)
  (2)+ other issue
  ii. Cecilia Pulleine (d unm)
  m2. (c1570) Frances Pulleine (dau of Walter Pulleine or Pulleyn of Scotton)
iii. Samuel Pulleine
  m. _ Grimston of Nidd
  a. John Pulleine
  iv.+ other issue (d unm) - Joshua (priest), William (priest), Daniel, Isabella, Joan, Ursula
  B. Cecilia Pulleine
  m. Thomas Swale of Stainby
  C. Agnes Pulleine
  m. George Tomlinson of Birdforth
  D. Grace Pulleine
  m. Robert Walworth of Ravencliff or Raventoft
  E. Maud Pulleine
  m. Marmaduke Coghill of Knaresborough
  F. Isabella Pulleine
  m. Robert Gibson of St. Mary Tidd
  G. Ann Pulleine (bur 05.04.1572)
  m. William Tankard of Borobridge (d 13.08.1573)
  H.+ other issue (d unm) - Marmaduke (a 1552, rector of Ripley), Richard, Thomas

Main source(s): Commoners (vol 4, 'Pulleine of Crake Hall', p377+) with support from BLG1886 ('Pulleine of Crake Hall'), Visitation (Yorkshire, 1563-4, 'Pullen'), Visitation (Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, 'Pulleyne of Killinghall')
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