'Nott1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Nott of Braydon, Nott of Bydown, Nott of Cobbaton, Nott of Minty, Nott of Swimbridge, Nott of Tordown, Nott of Uppacott
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William Nott
1. John Nott of Cobbaton & Uppacott in Swimbridge, Devon
m. (31.01.1596) Johan Lewes (dau of Edward Lewes)
  A. William Nott of Cobbaton & Uppacott in Swimbridge (b 1596)
  m. (1617) Ellen Berry (dau of John Berry of Chittlehampton by Agnes, dau of William Spurway of Okeford)
  i. John Nott (b 1622, dvp)
  BLG1952 identifies John's wife as Anne Bellew but Vivian identifies her as ...
  m. (c1644) Mary Bellew (sister of John Bellew of Yarnscombe)
a. William Nott of Cobbaton (b 1646)
  m. (c1677) Mary Hervey (dau of James Hervey or Harvey, sister/coheir of James)
  (1) John Nott of Cobbaton (b 1680, d 09.05.1756)
  m. (1711) Agnes Hamond (dau of John Hamond of Okewill)
  (A) James Nott of Tordown in Swimbridge (b 1726, d 1790, 3rd son)
m. (1762) Emeline Mules (dau of John Mules of Tavistock)
  (i) James Nott of Tordown (d unm 1809, rector of Swimbridge)
  (ii) John Nott of Bydown (b 1769, d 07.08.1809)
  m. Susanna Norris (dau/heir of Richard Norris of South Molton)
  (a) John Nott of Bydown (b 1805, dsp 1855)
  (b) Elizabeth Nott (b 16.09.1807, bur 20.03.1858)
  m. (14.03.1838) John Pyke (rector of Parracombe)
  (c)+ other issue - James (d young), Marianne
  (iii) Emme Nott
  m. Rev. Nicholas Dyer
  (iv) Grace Nott
  m. Richard Harding
  (v) daughter
  (B)+ other issue

 

 

Identified as "a younger son of the Notts of Kent" was ...
Roger Nott of London
1. Sir Thomas Nott
  A. Thomas Nott of Obden, Worcestershire (a 1682)
2. Edward Nott of Bradon, Wiltshire (b c1613, a 1683)
  m. Elizabeth Sewster (dau of Edward Sewster of Huntingdonshire)
A. Edward Nott of Minty, Gloucestershire (b c1641)
  m. Anne Webb or Richmond (dau of William Webb alias Richmond of Lideard Milicent, widow of Edmind Webb of Minty)
  i. Joseph Nott, later of Minty (b c1671, 2nd son)
  m. Arabella Pleydell (d 19.08.1744, dau of Charles Pleydell of Midgshall, m2. Thomas Brown of Minty)
  a. John Nott of Blaydon (Braydon), Wiltshire (d 24.06.1763)
  m. Elizabeth Neale (dau of Henry Neale of Allesley, son of John of Dean by Anna Cromwell)
  (1) John Neale Pleydell Nott of Braydon (b 03.07.1732, Captain RN)
  m. (29.06.1766) Catherine Andrews (b 12.06.1736, d 08.08.1817, dau of Robert Andrews of London)
  (A) Edward Nott (b 15.03.1774, d 22.04.1742, rector of Weeke in Hampshire, 2nd son) had issue
  m. (10.04.1799) Mary Messman of Reading (b 19.03.1769, d 28.03.1851, "of French extraction")
  (B) Diana Nott
  m. (24.10.1800) James Hare Joliffe (d 21.05.1836)
  (C)+ other issue - John (b 24.02.1771, d unm 18.08.1794, RN), George (b 24.07.1778, d unm 18.08.1795, RN), Elizabeth (d unm 05.11.1858), 3 others (d young)
  (2) Roger Nott (surgeon in Jamaica, 3rd son?)
  m. Sarah Lowle (dau of Rev. Lowle of Stone)
  (A)+ issue (a 1765) - John Neale, Edward Lowle, Arabella
  (3)+ other issue - Joseph in Madras (dsp 11.1769, married twice), others (d young)
  b. Elizabeth Pleydell Nott
  m. Richard Franklin of Wroughton
  c. Lettice Nott (dsp)
  m. Rev. _ Butterfield of Mid. Claydon
  ii. Philip Nott (b c1675)
  a. Joseph Nott of Jamaica (a 1764)
  iii.+ other issue (a 1683) - Edward (b c1666), Elizabeth (b c1670), Susanna (b c1670), Ann (b c1677)
  B. Rebecca Nott
  m. Thomas Horne of London (jeweller)
  C. Sarah Nott
  m. Samuel Perry of Cirencester
  D. Susannah Nott
  m. Thomas Rich of North Cerney
  E. Mary Nott
  m. Augustine Kinchin of Southington
  F.+ other issue (d unm) - Roger, Thomas of Surat, others (d young)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : (BLG1952 ('Pyke-Nott formerly of Bydown'), Visitation (J.L. Vivian (1895), Devon, 1531+1564+1620+additions, 'Wyatt of Braunton', p824)
(2) For lower section : MGH (vol 3, 'Pedigree of Nott of London and Braydon, Wilts.', p233+), Visitation (Gloucestershire, 1682-3, 'Nott of Minety')
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