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Families covered: Gaultier of Angouleme, Gaultier of London, Gennys of Plymouth, Gobion of Gobion, Gobion of Knaptoft

Henry Gaultier of Angouleme
m. Francoise (d before 23.02.1708/9, half-sister of James Guy de Seigno, later in Dublin)
1. James Gaultier of Angouleme, later of London (d before 27.01.1747, Governor of the French Hospital)
  m. Martha Cottilby (dau of Elie Cottilby of Poictiers)
  B. Ann Gaultier (b 28.11.1712, d 01.1737-8)
  m. William Janssen of Hill Street (d 06.06.1768, son of Sir Theodore, Bart, by Williamza, dau of Sir Robert Henley)
  B. Frances Gaultier (b 19.10.1713, d 02.12.1767)
  m. (1746) Samuel Pechell (bpt 16.01.1715-6, dsp 1782, m2. Margaretta Hales)
  C. Catherine Elizabeth Gaultier (b 28.01.1723-4, d before 26.09.1796)
  m1 . Matthew Lobier (d before 22.05.1758)
  m2. Sir John Baptist Zachary Silvestre (b 24.06.1744, d 08.11.1789, m1. Catharine Aletta Everardina D'Aulnis)
  D+ other issue (d young?) - Martha (b 31.10.1714), Marianne (b 25.09.1715), Margaret Marianne (b 12.10.1726)
2. Henry Gaultier, later in London (d before 26.04.1746)
  m. (22.11.1704) Marianne Couvreu (b 25.08.1685, dsp 27.08.1767, dau of Jean Martin Couvreu)
3. Frances Gaultier
  m. Rene de Sauniers de l'Hermitage (d before 02.01.1730)



John Gennys of Plymouth
1. John Gennys of Charles Parish (in Plymouth)
  m. (18.04.1750) Christiana Docton (bpt 1720, bur 28.04.1737, dau of Nicholas Docton of Whitleigh Hall)
  A. John Gennys of Whitleigh Hall (d 1781)
  m. Mary Pownoll (bpt 29.10.1755, dau of Jacob Ackworth Pownoll (by Mary Stephens), m2. ?? Collins)
  i. Mary Gennys (b 1778-9, d 11.04.1824)
  m. (1801) Edmund Henn of Paradise, co. Clare
  B. Christiana Gennys
  m. Robert Fanshawe (b 1739-40, d 04.02.1823, Captain RN, MP)
2. Mary Gennys (d unm c1800)



Hugh Gobion
1. ?? Gobion
  A. Sir Richard Gobion of Gobion in Stapleford, Hertfordshire (a 1154) the first mentioned by Nichols
  i. Sir Anselm Gobion
  a. Hugh Gobion of Knaptoft, Leicestershire (d 1274)
  (1) Richard Gobion of Knaptoft (b c1245, a 1275) generation omitted by Clutterbuck
  (A) Richard Gobion of Knaptoft & Gobion (d 1300)
  m. Margery (a 1312)
  (i) Hawise Gobion, heiress of Gobion
  m. Sir Ralph Boteler of Norbury
  (ii) Elizabeth Gobion, heiress of Knaptoft
  m. Thomas Paynell of Boothby Paynell
  b. Anselm Gobion (a 1235, rector of Knaptoft)



Petrus (Peter)
m. Eva de Roppesle
1. Petrus (Peter) de Goldington
A. (Sir) Peter de (Stoke) Goldington of Worthington (d 1252-3)
  The following is supported by 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 2, part 1, 1795, 'Stemmata Familiarum de Rohaud, Goldington, Champernoon, Bozon & Deene', p132) & Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 4, 'Pedigree of Nowers, Nevill, and Mulsho', p143), the latter identifying Sir Peter's wife as ...
  m. Joan (m2. Robert le Vavasour)
  i. Dionisia de Goldington
  m. Milo de Hastings
  Lipscomb (p143) identifies Sir Miles as brother of Alice (m. Thomas Furneuse), ?? (m. Simon de Drayton) & Margery.
  ii. Matilda de Goldington
  m. Alan FitzRoald
  iii. Isabella de Goldington the Isabella shown by Lipscomb as of this generation
  m. William de Nodariis (d before 1302)
iv. Isabella de Goldington the Isabella shown by Nichols as of this generation
  m1. Sir Robert Bardolfe
  m2. Ralph Bozon of Claxton (a 1305)
  a. John Bozon (a 1305)
  (1) William Bozon (a 1327)
  (A) John Bozon
  (i) John Bozon
  (a) Sir Henry Bozon see alternate ancestry, with descendants, here
  m. Catharine Markham (dau of Robert Markham of Cotham)

Main source(s):
(1) For Gaultier (uploaded 05.07.21) : MGH (NS3 vol 4 (1902), 'Pedigree of Gaultier', p248+)
(2) For Gennys (uploaded 06.09.21) : MGH (NS4 vol 3 (1910), Part 1 (March 1908), p44)
(3) For Gobion (uploaded 26.11.22) : 'History and Antiquities of the County of Leicester' (John Nichols, vol 4, part 1, 1807, 'Pedigree of Gobion and Turpin of Knaptoft', p225), 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Hertford' (Robert Clutterbuck, vol 2, 1821, 'Pedigree of the Family of Gobion', p217)
(4) For Goldington (uploaded 19.02.23) : Lipscomb (Bucks, vol 4 (1847), 'Pedigree of Goldington', p352)
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