'PZmisc07'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Payler of Thoralby, Pechell (Baronets), Praed of Trevethow, Pellew Lords Exmouth

                               
The parentage of Sir Edward, 1st Bart, is not well known, something which is quite rare for someone who became a Baronet, but we have seen a web site which mentions church inscriptions & brasses which mention Sir Edward and his father-in-law, William Watkinson, and supplement the information provided on Sir Edward's family by our Main Sources for this family.
William Payler (Attorney in the North for Queen Elizabeth)
1. Sir Edward Payler 'of York', 1st Bart of Thoralby (Yorkshire) (d 1647, 2nd son)
  m1. Anne Watkinson (dau/heir of William Watkinson (who d 12.08.1614) by Mary Pulleyne of York)
A. Watkinson Payler (dvp)
  m. Margaret Fairfax (dau of Thomas Fairfax, 1st Viscount of Emley)
  i. Sir Watkinson Payler, 2nd Bart of Thoralby (dsps bur 30.09.1705)
  Sir Watkinson dsps. For some reason we have not yet been able to identify, shortly after Sir Watkinson's death Thomas Turner of Ileden, Kent, assumed the name Payler. Thomas later named his son Thomas Watkinson (Payler) so we assume that there was a marital (or godparent or similar) connection between the Paylers and the Turners.
  m. Alathea Norcliff (dau of Sir Thomas Norcliff of Langton)
a. Thomas Payler (d young)
  b. Watkinson Payler (b 1668, dvpsp)
  m. (01.06.1693) Mary ('Dame Stoughton', widow)
  c. Dorothy Payler (b c1665, dvp?)
  ii. Elizabeth Payler
  m. Thomas Ingram (dsp, son of Sir Arthur of Temple Newsam)
  iii. Anne Payler (d unnm)
  B. Mary Payler
  m. Francis Topham of Aglethorpe
  C. Frances Payler (d young)
  m2. Mary Unton (dau of William Unton of Dracton, widow of Sir Thomas Aston of Aston)
  D.+ 2 daughters
2. Jane Payler
  m. (sp) William Watkinson
Possibly also daughter of the above William, but note that this has not been proved and is a presumption based solely on similarity of names, was ...
3. Catherine Payler
  m. Robert Sotheby (b c1579, d 16.11.1626)

 

 

Pierre de Pechels, Baron de La Boissonade & St. Cran Barre (a 06.1547)
m. Louise De Fumel
1. Jean Horace de Pechels
  m. (16.07.15750 Isabeau de Prevost
  A. Samuel de Pechels (eldest son)
  m. (09.12.1614) Rachel de Valette ("of a noble family in Guienne")
i. Jean Horace de Pechels
  m. (27.01.1643) Jeanne de la Lauze of Quercy
  a. Samuel de Pechels (b 1644, to Ireland)
  m. Marquise Thierry de Sabonnierres
  (1) Jacob de Pechells or Pechell (b 1679, Colonel)
  m. Jane Boyd (dau of John Boyd)
  (A) Samuel Pechell 'of Richmond' (dsp 04.1782, master in Chancery)
  m1. Frances Gaultier (dau of Francois Gaultier)
  m2. (1769) Margaretta Hales (dau of Sir Thomas Pym Hales)
(B) George Pechell
  (C) Sir Paul Pechell, 1st Bart (b 12.11.1724, d 13.01.1800, Lt. Colonel)
  m. (11.02.1752) Mary Brooke (d 10.1800, dau/heir of Thomas Brooke of Pagglesham by Frances, dau/heir of Daniel Wilmot)
  (i) Sir Thomas Pechell, later Brooke-Pechell, 2nd Bart (b 23.01.1753, d 18.06.1826)
  m. (28.04.1783) Charlotte Clavering (d 23.10.1841, dau of Sir John Clavering by Diana West)
  (a) Sir Samuel John Brooke-Pechell, 3rd Bart (b 01.09.1785, dsp 18.06.1826)
  m. (15.04.1833) Julia Maria Petre (dau of Robert Edward Petre, 9th Lord, by Juliana Howard)
  (b) Sir George Richard Brooke-Pechell, 4th Bart (b 30.06.1789, d 29.06.1860, Vice Admiral) had issue (spms)
  m. (01.08.1826) Katherine Annabella Bisshopp (d 29.07.1871, dau/coheir of Cecil, Lord Zouche)
(c) Frances Katherine Brooke-Pechell
  m. (03.08.1824) Robert Tredcroft (d 19.12.1846, brother of Henry of Warnham Court, rural dean, rector of Tangmer & West Ichenor, vicar of Fittleworth)
  (d)+ other issue - Thomas Brooke (b 07.1784, dvp 08.1799), Charlotte Diana (d 25.10.1802)
  (ii) Augustus Pechell of Berkhampstead (b 04.12.1752, d 19.09.1820)
  m. (25.09.1781) Sarah Drake (d 1839, dau of Rev. Thomas Drake of Amersham)
  (a) Samuel George Pechell of Bereleigh, Hampshire (b 06.07.1786, d 30.12.1840, Captain RN) had issue
  m. (15.01.1817) Caroline Thoyts (dau of William Thoyts of Sulhapmstead House)
(b) Augustus Pechell (b 25.02.1791, d unm 1863, Chancellor of St. David's)
  (c) Horace Robert Pechell (b 12.05.1792, d 22.02.1882, rector of Bix, Chancellor of Brecon) had issue
  m. (29.07.1826) Caroline Mary Kerr (d 28.03.1869, dau of Rear Admiral Lord (Mark Robert) Kerr by Charlotte, Countess of Antrim)
  (d) Mary Isabella Pechell (d 14.021823)
  m. (23.12.1803) James Smith of Ashlyns Hall (d 16.02.1813)
  (e) Frances Augusta Pechell (d 29.11.1860)
  m. (08.04.1813) John Bankes Jenkinson, Bishop of St. David's (d 06.07.1840)
  (f) Catherine Anne Pechell
  m. (05.03.1811) Rev. Henry Townsend of Honington Hall
  (g) Charlotte Elizabeth Pechell
  m. (1830) Rev. Horace Monro
  (h) Caroline Pechell
  m. (1820) Rev. Robert Norgrave Pemberton of Millichope Hall
  (D) Mary Pechell
  m. _ Caillaud of Aston Rowant (Brigadier General)
  (2) daughter
  m. _ de Cahuzac
  (3) daughter
  m. _ de St. Sardos of Castle Serrasin

 

 

Wiliam Praed (of Trevethow?)
1. James Praed of Trevethow, Cornwall (b c1596, d 1651)
  m. Honor Jenkin (dau of James Jenkin of St. Columb, sister if Peter, Sheriff of Cornwall)
  A. James Praed of Trevethow, Sheriff of Cornwall (d 1687, MP for St. Ives)
  i. James Praed of Trevethow (dsp before 1708, MP for St. Ives)
  m. Lucy
ii. John Praed of Trevethow (d 31.10.1717, MP for St. Ives)
  a. Martha Praed
  Commoners reports that "It is said, in Blore's History of Rutland, that Martha ... m. William Mackworth ... and that she was b. 1700, and d. 1799". However, BLG1952 (Mackworth-Praed formerly of Mickleham) suggests that John Praed settled Trevethoe on William Mackworth "in consideration of the assistance he had formerly received from the family of Mackworth".
  iii. Honor Praed (d 04.1679)
  m. (before 1677) Thomas Hawkins of Treewinnard
  iv. Florence Praed
  m. (Edward) Penrose
  v. Bridget Praed
  m. Robert King
  vi.+ other issue - William, Elizabeth, Ann
  B. Honor Praed
  m. _ Prideaux
  C. Prudence Praed
  m. William Keigwin of Mousehole
  D. Katherine Praed
  m. _ Hammond
  E.+ other issue - Mary, Jame, Ann
2. Jane Praed (b c1595, d 06.02.1626)
  m. John Code
3.+ other issue - Alice, Mary

 

 

Humphry Pellew of Flushing, near Falmouth, Cornwall (bur 09.02.1722)
m. Judith Sparrow ((d 1753)
1. Samuel Pellew (b 1712, 6th son)
  m. Constantia Langford (dau of Edward Langford of Trungle)
  A. Samuel Humphrey Pellew (d 18.02.1843)
  m. Jane Bawden
i.+ issue - Samuel, Jane
  B. Edward Pellew, 1st Viscount Exmouth (b 19.04.1757, d 23.01.1833, Admiral)
  m. (28.05.1783) Susannah Frowde (d 29.10.1837, dau of James Frowde of Knoyle)
  i. Pownoll Bastard Pellew, 2nd Viscount Exmouth (b 01.07.1786, d 02.12.1833) had issue
  m1. (01.10.1808, div 1820) Eliza Harriet Barlow (dau of Sir George Hilaro Barlow, 1st Bart)
  m2. (02.04.1822) Georgina Janet Dick (d 15.02.1870, dau of Mungo Dick)
  ii. Sir Fleetwood Broughton Reynolds Pellew (b 13.12.1789, d 28.07.1861, Admiral) had issue (1 dau)
  m1. (05.06.1816) Harriet Webster (d 07.08.1749, dau of Sir Godfrey Webster, 4th Bart of Battle Abbey, by Elizabeth Vassall, Lady Holland)
  m2. (22.02.1851, div 08.07.1859, sp) Cecile Drummond (d 01.11.1914, dau of Count Edward de Melfort Drummond, m2. 7th Earl of Berkeley)
  iii. George Pellew (b 03.04.1793, d 12.10.1866, Dean of Norwich, rector of Chart) had issue
  m. (20.06.1820) Frances Addington (d 27.02.1870, dau of Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth)
  iv. Edward Pellew (b 03.11.1799, d 29.08.1869, Rev.) had issue
  m. (10.04.1826) Marianne Winthrop (d 06.03.1867, dau of Stephen Winthrop)
  v. Emma Mary Pellew (d 03.1835)
  m. (12.1803) Sir Lawrence William Halsted (Admiral)
  vi. Julia Pellew (d 26.12.1831)
  m. (11.01.1810) Richard Harward (d 05.1845, Captain RN)
  C. Sir Israel Pellew (Admiral)
  m. Mary Gilmore (dau of George Gilmore)
  i. Edward Pellew (d 06.10.1819)
  D. John Pellew (d Saratoga)
  E. Catherine Pellew
  m. Charles Louis Count Jererkjold of Sweden (Vice Admiral)
  F. Jane Pellew
  m. _ Spriddle (RN)

Main source(s):
(1) For Payler (uploaded 14.04.09) : TCB (vol 2, Payler of Thoreby), BEB1841 (Payler of Thoralby), Visitation (Dugdale, Yorkshire, 1666, Payler of Thoroby)
(2) For Pechell (uploaded 26.05.09) : BP1934 (Brooke-Pechell)
(3) For Praed (uploaded 16.06.09) : Commoners (vol 4, Keigwin of Mousehole)
(4) For Pellew (uploaded 06.07.10) : BP1934 (Exmouth)
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