'Welman1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Welman of Poundisford (Poundsford) Park

                               
Commoners starts with an unnamed ancestor who "left seven children": Tristam of Taunton (d 07.1650), William in Cudworth (d 1653), Nicholas (d 02.1664), Edward in Ilminster (d 07.1672), Thomas (b c1605, d 1685, cleric at Luppet, had issue), Elizabeth (d unm), & Juliana. BLG1886 starts with the eldest son Tristram and, like Commoners, shows him as father of Simon. BLG1952 starts with that Simon other than to identifiy him as son of ...
Christopher Welman of Chaffcombe, Somerset
1. Simon Welman of (Chaffcombe then) Taunton (d c11.1670)
  A. Isaac Welman of Upcott then Poundisford Park, Sheriff of Somerset (b c1646, d 1715)
  m1. _ Babb
  i. Mary Welman (dsp 1718)
  m. William Buncombe of Trull
  ii. Elizabeth Welman (b c1677, d unm 1755)
  m2. Prudence Bennet (d 1729)
  iii. Simon Welman of Cutcliffe & Poundisford Park (b 26.12.1683, d 19.05.1716, Lt. Colonel, 2nd son)
m. (1709) Elizabeth Hawkins (bpt 22.03.1682/3, d 17.04.1764, dau/coheir of Benjamin Hawkins of Exeter (cousin of Sir John))
  a. Isaac Welman of Poundisford Park (b 22.02.1710, d 09.02.1782)
  m. (03.04.1737) Jane Tristram (b 26.03.1719, d 04.03.1775, dau/heir of Robert Tristram of Barnstaple by Rebecca, dau of Rev. John Hanmer)
  (1) Thomas Welman of Poundisford Park (b 14.06.1746, d 28.01.1829)
  m1. (19.07.1785) Elizabeth Lock (b 1766-7, d 16.03.1788, dau/coheir of John Lock or Locke of Hawleigh or Howleigh)
  (A) Isaac Locke Welman (b 25.02.1788, d 19.07.1788)
  (B) Elizabeth Welman (b 1786, dsp 01.12.1811)
  m. (1809) Charles Noel, later 1st Earl of Gainsborough (d 10.06.1866, son of Sir Gerard, Bart)
m2. (22.01.1813) Charlotte Margaretta Noel (b 06.05.1792, d 19.08.1869, dau of Sir Gerard Noel (by Diana, Baroness Barham), m2. Thomas Thompson of Vanbrugh House)
  (C) Charles Noel Welman of Poundisford Park, later of Norton Park (Somerset) (b 04.12.1814, d 06.1907) had issue
  m. (01.05.1835) Annette Elizabeth Bolton (b 02.01.1817, d 01.05.1887, dau of Cornelius Henry Bolton of Faithlegg or Maidenhead (son of Cornelius 'of Faithlake') by Alicia, dau of Rev. William Sutton of Longrange)
  (2) Elizabeth Welman (b 13.06.1743, dsp 06.02.1795)
  m. (21.06.1769) John Meech of Bridehead (d 11.03.1803, son of Thomas of Dorchester)
  (3)+ other issue (d unm) - Isaac (d 1754), Jane (b 1738-9, d 25.02.1821), Rebecca (b 05.04.1748, d 06.09.1831)
b. Mary Welman (d 1792)
  m. John Halliday of Yard House (d 08.06.1754)
  c.+ other issue (d unm) - Simon of Yarde House (b c1716, d 12.09.1799), Elizabeth (b c1711, d 1727)
  iv. Thomas Welman of Poundisford Lodge, Sheriff of Somerset (b 1693, d 06.11.1757, youngest son)
  m. (1731) Mary Hawkins (b 1688-9, d 27.09.1760, dau/coheir of Benjamin Hawkins of Exeter)
  a. (Elizabeth) Welman (b c1733, d 1769)
  m. William Hawker 'of Luppitt' (nephew of Rev. M. Towgood)
  (1) Elizabeth Hawker (d 24.05.1834, coheir) probably of this generation
  m. (1777) William Helyar of Coker Court & Sedgehill (b 1745, d 1820)
  vi. Prudence Welman (b 08.01.1679/80, dsp 1761)
  m. (before 10.07.1714) John Wyatt of Bishopshull
  vii. Hannah Welman (d 1746)
  m. (after 10.07.1714) Rev. Farnham Haskol of Bishopshull (Bishops Hull)
  a. daughter
  m. Rev. Peard Jillard
  iv.+ other issue - Simon (b 30.04.1682, d infant?), Isaac (b 03.01.1684/5, d unm 1709), Edward (b 04.09.1687, d infant)
  B. Simon Welman, later of London (d 1707, cleric then physician)
  m. _ Smith
  i. son (d young)
  C. Margaret Welman (a 03.1707)
  m. (before 17.09.1670) John Satchel
  D. Katharine Welman (a 09.1670)
  m. John Langdon
  E. Mary Welman d unm)
  F. Grace Welman (a 07.1714)
  m. (before 09.1670) John Gold (d before 10.07.1714)

Main source(s): BLG1952 (Welman formerly of Trewarthenick formerly of Poundisford Park and Norton Manor), BLG1886 (Welman of Norton Manor), Commoners (vol 3, Welman of Poundsford (sic) Park) with support from Visitation (Frederick Arthur Crisp, England & Wales, Notes vol 5, 1903, 'Pedigree of Welman'), Visitation (Joseph Jackson Howard & Frederick Arthur Crisp, England & Wales, vol 3, 1895, Welman)
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