Colonial Pettypool-Poole-P'Pool Families


Pettipoole Ancestors From England (William[1])
Updated 24 September 2013


England parish records contain documentation for several Puttypoole/Pettypoele family from the middle sixteenth century.  The available evidence suggests the lineage of the immigrant William[1] Pettypool, husband of Ann Smith, was Richard and Amy Symonds Pettipools of Great Warley, parents of > John a Pettipoole (married Elizabeth Strondell) of Barking (later of Ratcliffe, Middlesex County), parents of > Samuel Pettipoole (married Alice Jackson) of Ratcliffe, Middlesex, parents of > William[1] Pettipoole of Ratcliffe (later of the colonies of Maryland and Virginia.) However, as the following records show, there is clearly more than one interpretation possible of familial lineages for the Pettypools of the greater London area.


Essex County


RICHARD DE PUDIPOL

The earliest members of the Pettypool family have been traced recently by Carolyn Hartsough to County Essex, England (1) concerning a land conveyance in 1206 naming Richard de Pudipol (2), which translates as Richard of Pudipol.

8 John. 1206-1207
217. Easter Term. Michael de St. Philebert, demandant
[grantor], by William de Boven'. Thomas Fitz Abraham, tenant [grantee]. All the land which Richard de Pudipol held of demandant in Pudipol. Tenent to hold of demandant by the free service of 4 shillings, yearly. Consideration, 1/2 mark of silver.

The Essex Record Office's on-line database of county locations assigns the above record to a farm in Roxwell, just west of Chelmsford (3) with additional entries for 1246 and 1846 under name variants of Pudipol, Putepoll', Padipol and Pooty Pooles. The current farm is known as Pooty Pools (1). The Essex Records Office database lists another entry for Ricardus de Pudipol in about 1240 in the parish of Broxted or Wimbish (4) and in 1327 for Johanne Podipol (1).

Cartulary Knight of St. John, 1 camera, c1240,. Grant by Walterus fil. Robertus [Walter son of Robert] to Ricardus de Pudipol.

In 1546, the location of Petipole, Cheshire, is mentioned in the letters of Henry VIII:

Ric. Anderton To be bailiff and collector of the manors, granges and rectories of Castleton, Grossenath, Kyrkeham and Petipole, Chesh. Vale Royal. 12 Sept. [1546, p. 164]
From: 'Henry VIII: August 1546, 26-31', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 1: January-August 1546 (1908), pp. 749-785. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80869&strquery=petipole Date accessed: 24 November 2012.

In Waltham Parish is a field called Pattypool/Patipol Mead (5).

1848/1849 Lord Arthur Craven, impropriator; John Ashcomble, tenant, tithe award; in Patipol/Pattypool Mead. Waltham Abbey, Sewardstone Hamlet, Waltham Holy Cross Parish.

JOHN PUTTYPOOLE OF BURNHAM, DENGIE HUNDRED

John Puttypole was a copperer who died testate about 1539 in Burham, County Essex (1). His first wife and their recently deceased child, are mentioned as such in his will, but not named. His second wife was Margret who was pregnant at the time of the writing of John's Will and Last Testament.  Margret's maiden name is possibly Rose, since in his will John Puttypole named John Rose as his brother.  By Margaret he also had two sons, William and Edward, neither of whom was of age of majority of 21 in 1539. Since John left his house and land for his wife's use for 12 years at which time these would revert to the two sons, this probably signifies that in 1539 the younger of the two boys was twelve years shy of majority, born c1530. John and Margret also had several unnamed daughters. John had a higher social position and wealth since he was a tradesman, owned a house and farm lands, had rental property, and buried his first wife and child in a sepulchre, a vault or crypt, at the church cemetery, but not in a grave. Since John's children were all under age, a guess as to when he was born would be at the turn of the sixteenth century, around 1490-1500.

1539 May 9 Will of John Puttypole, copperer, of Burham. Below, the will is translated into modern English from the chancery script of the sixteenth century (1).

1539 May 9, Dengie Hundred, Burnham
In nome Dei amen [in the name of God, amen], In the year of Our Lord God Mcccccxxxix
[1539] I John putty pole copperer dwelling in Burnham of the County of Essex & within Denge Hundred making now my last Will & testament after this manner of form following // First I bequeath my Soul unto almighty God the Father omnipotent & to Our Blessed Lady Saint Mary & to all the celestial keep(?) of heaven & my body to be buried within the church yard of the Our Blessed Lady in Burneham next unto the sepulcher of my first wife & my child which lately departed &_et // Item secondarily I bequeath unto the heights atop for my tithes netly gently forgotten or withholden whole price of 20d // Item I bequeath unto Margret my wife my house where I dwell in with all the purtenance & all the _____ thereto belonging & all my land for the space of 12 years after my decease & when the twelve years fully expired then I will it Edward & William my two sons shall have the said house & all my land to be divided betwixt them part & part alike equally shared & indifferent & if __x be that the said William & Edward do thence to strive for it & the said Edward will not let the said William his brother to have the part thereof according to my bequeath // Then I will & bequeath to William my son shall have all the whole bequeaths of all things the which I have bequeathed hereafterward but the said Edward & the said Edward to have nothings [at] all but my house & land after the 12 years be fully expired of his mother // Item I bequeath unto Edward my son 10 pounds & a feather bed a bolter ten sheeps & a cow to be delivered unto him by the hand of Margret my wife at the age of 21 years // Item I bequeath unto William my son ten pounds & a feather bed a bolter ten sheeps & a cow to be delivered unto him by the hand of Margrit my wife at the age of 21 years. // Item bequeath unto each of my daughters all a mattress a bolter a cow a brass pot a planter a pewter dish a candle stick // Item I bequeath to Margrit my wife a house called Dobars lying in the lane to Byff & to sell & to do her best therewith for her most effort // Item I bequeath to Margrit my wife a tenament over the way called Fame otherwise Nogards for rest of her life & after her decease I will to the child she is with all that have got if it be a man child & if it be a woman child then I will it Edward and William my sons shall have it between them equally shystyd(?) after their mothers decease & if it be a woman child I will it in hand also those of her sisters afore her said // Item all the rest two of my goods marble & on marble I bequeath then unto Margrit my wife wherein I order & make mine executrix & John Rose my brother mine other executor with Margrit my wife to help her prob[ate] this my Last will & he to have for his labor ____ed & I will to Richard King be my overseer to see my will fulfilled & he to have for his labors _____ed In witness here of Roger Pattin John Somy Robard Wright John Fowler Richard Adams Richard Byrd ___ the ___ written ___ & assigned the xxxith year & Reign of Our Sovereign Lord King Henry the VIIIth

John Puttypole (copperer), born c1490-1510, died c1539 St Mary the Virgin Parish, Burnham

married 1) ___; died before 1530, buried at St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (1)

1 - child Puttypole, died c1539, buried at St Mary the Virgin, Burnham. In his will, John stated his child by his first wife was recently deceased (1).

married 2) Margret (possible Rose) before .about 1530 (1)

2 - William Puttypole/Peddypoohl born c1530, died January 1580, buried 2 January 1580, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (1-3)

1573/4 January 21, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"John Spencer the servant of willm puttypoll & anne coxe the servant of willm Barker was buried the xxith of January" (image 86)

1579/80 January 2, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"Willm Peddypoohl was buried the second day of January 1579" (image 87)
 

a. Johan Puttypole/Petypolle was born 1562/3 and christened on 23 February 1562/3 at St Mary the Virgin, Burnham; buried age 2 on 2 June 1565 at St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (4-5).

1562/3 February 23, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The xiiith day of february was chrysteaned Johan putipole the daughter of willm puttipole in the said yeare" (image 4)

1565 June 2, St Mary the Virgin Burnham
"The iith day of June was buried Johan the daughter of willm Petypolle" (image 84)

b. William Puttypole was christened on 1 January 1568 St Mary the Virgin, Burham (6).

1567/8 January 1, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The first day of January was chrysteaned willm pudipole the sonne of willm pudipolle in the said yeare" (image 5)

c. John Puttypole/Peddepoole was buried on 11 January 1579/80 at St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (7).

1579/80 January 11, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (Parish Register (image 88)
"John the son of Willm Peddepoole was buried the xith day of January"

3 - Edward Puttypole/Pettypoll born c1530; buried 2 September 1569 St Mary the Virgin, Burham (8)

1566 Midsummer Session Rolls
Panel of Denge and Thurstable
Edward Pottipole sworn

1567 Easter Session Rolls
Panel for the Hundreds of Dengie and Thurstable
Edward Puttypoole


1569 September 2, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The second daie of September was buried Edward Pettypoll" (image 85)

a. Elizabeth Puttypole/Putipol died September 1563, buried on 17 September 1563 St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (9)

1563 September 17, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The xviith daie of Septebr was buried Elizabeth putipol the daughter of Edward Putipol" (image 83)

4 - child Puttypole, c1539 Dengie Hundred; the mother, Margaret was pregnant at the time of the writing of John's will and last testament (1).

There are records for four additional adult Puttypooles in the parish register of St Mary the Virgin, Burnham in the 1560's and 1570's.  Grace Puttipoole could be one of the "several daughter" of John and Margret (10).  A John Petypowle may have been the unborn child of Margret, especially since the record for him was from Dengie Hundred, the location of John and Margret's land (11).  However, more records are needed to confirm relationships.

5 - Grace Puttipoole married Thomas Sharpe on 5 May 1561, St Mary the Virgin, Burham (8,10).

1561 May 5, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The fifth day of Mae was married Thomas Sharpe and Grace Puttipoole" (image 60)

1571 April 30, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The xxxth of Aprill was buried Thomas Sharpe" (image 85)

a. John Sharpe, born 1561-1569; buried 12 March 1569, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham (8)

1569 May 12, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The xiith daie of June was buried John Sharpe the son of Thomas Sharpe" (image 85)

? - John Petypowle was buried on 12 January 1563/4 at St James, Dengie, Dengie Hundred (11).

1563/4 January 12, St James, Dengie
"Ano 1563
John Petypowle
was buryied the xiith day of January
" (page 45, image 22, reference D/P 301/1/1 )

The other two adult Pettipooles were women, Jane and Anne, who were married in 1569/70 and 1578, respectively. From these dates, they could have been born after John Puttypole's death in 1539, and may have been his granddaughters (12,13).

? - Jane Pettipoole

1569/70 January 20, St Mary the Virgin, Burnham
"The xxth day of January was maried Alexander Chames and Jane potypoll" (image 61)

? - Anne Pettipoole

1578 April 30, St Mary the Virgin, Burham
"Anthony Henses(?) & Ayne Podeepohl was marryed the xxxth day of Aprill Ao 1578" (image 62)

MATILDA PETYPOLE LOCKE (WIDOW) OF BURNHAM

A Matilda Petypole, widow, of Burnham, Essex County, married John Locke, yeoman, of Essex County on 22 Apr 1580 (14). The marriage allegation cites the proposed location of the wedding at Asheldon or Burnham, which would be the parish locations of the two parties (15). No record of the marriage has been found yet in parish registers in Asheldon or Burnham.

22 April 1580
"John Locke, of Burnham, Essex, Yeoman, & Matilda Petypole, Widow, of same; at Asheldon or Burnham, afsd"

Some family histories claim nobility in the lineage of Matilda Pettypool Locke, however, no evidence has been found in support of this conjecture.

Also, Matilda was previously designated as the mother of Richard (married Ursula Newman) and William Pettipoole (married Margaret Redman) of London, and the earliest progenitor to William[1] the immigrant. The evidence on this page makes these assignments uncertain at best.

MARGARET PUTTIPOOLE OF BURNHAM OR LONDON

Thomas Newman of Canewdon, Essex County was born in Gosfield, Essex County and died testate in 1627 in London (16). His will was probated in London (17). Interestingly, a Margaret Puttipoole was a legatee, but the record does not state if she was from Burnham, Essex or London.  Canewdon is southwest of Burnam-on-Crouch across River Crouch.  Thomas Newman was the vicar at Canewdon from about 1588 to 1627 but in his last year he was in London.

1627 May 8 Thomas Newman of Canewdon, clerk [cleric], of Essex, Last Will and Testament mentions Thomas Ellis of "Atham", Kent County by and from Augustine Steward, Esquire of St Leonard Shoreditch, Midddlesex County, to Thomas Ellis the messuage and rectory Canewdon, and other indentures, debts with the Worshipfull Sir Heneage Finch, Kings Sargeant at Law and recorder of the honorable City of London, Mr Edward Harris Esquire of Lincoln's Inn, Mr Richard Lanne, Gentleman, of Chancery Lane, and my pitiful estate; bequeath to Mrs. Alice Wood, widow of Lime Street, London; to Mr. Henry Pitchford, cook of London; to Mr. Richard Lane, aforesaid; to Mr. Edward Harris; to Mr. Doctor Consson; to Consson; to Providence Moore, my servant; to Thomas Eagles; to Frances wife of Thomas Eagles; to god daughter Anne Lothrop of "Daunty" in the County of Essex; to Margaret Puttipoole; to my brother Martin Newman; to the children of brother Martin Newman & other of my kindred; to Thomas Peeke; to Stephen Vincent & his wife; sealed and delivered in the presence of Anthony Barber, Providence Moore & John Sarnell

JOHN PUTTYPOOLE OF ST MARY THE VIRGIN PARISH, GREAT WARLEY

There were two families of Pettipooles in Great Warley, Essex County, recorded in the parish register of St Mary the Virgin church, that of John Puttypoole and Richard Puttypoole. The relationship between the two Pettipoole men is unknown. 

John Puttypoole and Ann Person were married on 16 September 1542 (18). There were two adult John Puttypoles, one buried  in 1545 and the other in 1550 (19,20).  Ann Person Pettipoole died in 1557 (20).

1542 September 16, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley 1539-1695 (image 41)
"John Puttypole & Anne Person were marryed the xivth day of September"

1545 April 26, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 57)
"John Puttypoole was buried the 26th of April"

1550/1 March 29, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 58)
"John Puttypoole was buryied the 26th of March"

1556/7 March 25, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 58)
"Ann Puttypole was buryied the 25th of March"

John and Ann Pettipoole had one child recorded in the parish register, "Rubearge" Pettipoole (21).  Her first name is in large script used in the parish register, however, comparison to other names on the same page suggests her name was Kathyrne:  There was a Katheryn Pettipoole who married James Browne on 30 January 1559/60 (22).

1543 May 19, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 7)
"Kathryne Puttypoole daughter of John Puttypoole was christyned the xixth May Ano D"

1559/60 January 30, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 44)
"James Browne & Katheryne Puttypole was marryed the xxxth of January"

RICHARD PUTTYPOOLE OF ST MARY THE VIRGIN PARISH, GREAT WARLEY

Richard Puttypoole married Amy Symonds on 1 July 1549 (23).  There are no burial dates for either spouse in the parish register of St Mary the Virgin. It is also likely that Richard moved to Barking, Essex County.

1549 July 1, St Mary the Virgin Parish, Great Warley (image 42)
"Richard Puttypole & Amye Symondes was marryed the first of July"

The children of Richard and Amy Symonds Puttypole/Pettypole were:

1 - Margaret Puttypoole was born around March 1550/1 in Great Warley, Essex County. She was baptized on 23 March 1550/1 at St Mary the Virgin Parish (24).  There is a second christening record for Margaret Puttypoole in 1557 (25).  Margaret Puttypoole may be the same woman who married Robert Seaton in 1586 in Barking, Essex County (26).

1550/1 March 23, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 8)
"Margarete Puttypole daughter of Richard Puttypole was chrystyned the xxiiith of March"

1556 August 9, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 9)
"Margaret Puttypole daughter of Richard Puttypole was chrystyned the ixth day of August Ano Dm "

1586 September 8, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms image 16)
"Robert Seaton & Margaret Pettypoole marryed the 8th of September
 "

2 - Alice Pettypoole was born around May 1552 in Great Warley, Essex County. She was baptized on 20 May 1552 at St Mary the Virgin Parish (25). No further information was found concerning Alice.

1552 May 20, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 9)
"Alice Pettypole daughter of Richard Puttypole was chrystyned the xxth day of May Ano Dm"

3 - Joanne (Johan) Pettypoole was born about January 1558/9 in Great Warley, Essex County. She was baptized on 19 January 1558/9 at St Mary the Virgin Parish (27). No further information was found concerning Johan.

1558/9 January 19, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 10)
"Johan Pettypole daughter of Richard Pettypole was chrystyned the xivth of January"

4 - Rebecca Pettipoole was born around December 1560 in Great Warley, Essex County (27). She was baptized on 8 December 1560 at St Mary the Virgin Parish.  Unless she never married, she is not likely the Rebecca Pettipoole who was buried on 15 April 1613 at St Margaret Parish, Barking, Essex County (28).

1560 December 8, St Mary the Virgin, Great Warley (image 10)
"Rebecka Pettypole daughter of Richard Pettypole was chrystyned the viith(?) of December" 

If Richard Puttipole moved to Barking, then there another child in the family, John Pettipoole of Barking, born in 1557, but possibly to a second wife of Richard. This John Pettipoole would likely be the grandfather of William[1] Pettypool.

RICHARD AND SON JOHN PETTIPOOLE (YEOMAN, CARPENTER) OF ST MARGARET PARISH, BARKING

The extant parish registers of St Margaret Parish, Barking, begin in 1558, however the first Pettypool is not recorded in the register until 1577.  This suggests that the Pettypools moved into Barking just prior to 1577.  Richard Pettipoole (died 1587) had a son John, baptized on 26 May 1577 at St Margaret Parish (29). A Margaret Pettypoole, possibly a daughter, was married at the church on 8 September 1586 to Robert Seaton (26). Richard was buried one year later on 19 November 1587 (30), and Joane Petypoole, widow, possibly a second wife to Richard, was buried on 24 of May 1593 (31).

1577 May, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms p. 12)
"John sonne of Richard Pettipole baptized the 26th of May"

1586 September, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms image 16)
"Robert Seaton & Margaret Pettypoole marryed the 8th of September"

1587 November, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Burials page 38, image 38)
"Richard Petypoole buried the 19th of November"

1593 May, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Burials p. 51, image 51)
"Joane Petypoole widow buried the 24th of May"

John Pettipool, son of Richard, married Elizabeth Strondell on 16 January 1601 (32) and started a family.  John was likely the grandfather of William[1] Pettypool, the immigrant to the colonies of Maryland and Virginia. John Pettypool was a yeoman [land owning farmer] and later a carpenter, but he also tried his hand at trades for which he was unlicensed and in trouble with the local Essex County courts. He was charged in criminal court for several offenses from 1603 to 1610 (33-36). Notably, John and Elizabeth had a son, Samuel Pettypool, likely the father of the immigrant William[1]. John and Elizabeth also had a son Richard and daughters Anne, Margaret and Elizabeth, and possibly Rebecca.

1600/1 January, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Marriages p. 21, image 25)
"John Petipoole & Elizabeth Strondell married the 16th day of January"

1603 April 1, Easter Session 1603
"Indictments of Dorothy Webb of Hatfield Peverel, spinster, Francis merchant, Richard Ralfe, Thomas wade and William Barrett of the same, alehouse-keepers, Kemborowe Swayne of Salcott, widow, Richard Robinson of the same, victualler, George Chapman and Thomas Stanes of Epping, victuallers, John Wright, John Shelley, John Barnarde, Oliver Ladd, Matin Maye and John Brangeman of Waltham Holy Cross, victuallers, William Bigges and Nicholas Wilson of Chingford, victuallers, Nicholas pollett of Barking, victualler, george Everest, Richard Chapman, Nicholas Greenwaye, John Pettipoole and Robert Thompson of the same, yeoman, all for keeping common alehouses without licence. The said Merchant and Barrett acknowledged; the said Swayne and Robinson endorsed "by the cathe of Mr. Tucke"; the said Everest committed for three days without bail, acknowledged, and fined 20s., paid to the sheriff in Court; the said Thompson dead."

1610 Midsummer Session
"Presentments for Hundreds of Berstable, Chafford and Becontree.
...
John petipoole
and John Adkingsone, both of barking for keeping each an alehouse there without licence by the space of two months last past;...
"

1611 Epiphany Session
Justices memorandum.  The names of all the victuallers in Bockinge [Barking]which victualls without lycence. Hich Collins stc. Pemerton John Atkinson, John Pettipole. Signed by Nich. Coote Endorsed: True Bill

1617/18 March 10
"Assizes held at Brentwood
Geo. Newbald, John Harryson, John Pettypoole - guilty of assault and bailed for good behaviour and fined (illegible).
"

1617 Easter Session
"Rob. Hunter (bricklayer), George Mason (husbandman), Nicholas Greneway (wiremaker), Edward Carter (weaver) and John Pettypoole (carpenter), all of Barking, for victualling [grocer] without licence."

In 1622/23 Essex County, John Pettypoole was held as prisoner for an alleged, but unspecified felony, and released on bail (37).

Calendar of Essex Assize File (ASS 35/64/1)
Assizes held at Chelmsford 11 March 1622
"Names of Prisoners: ...John Pettypoole committed by Thomas Franshawe, for suspicion of felony...
Gaol Delivery held at Chelmsford on 11 March 19 James I.
John Pettypoole - remanded by good bail to appear at the next.
"
[Ass 35/64/1/60]

The known children of John and Elizabeth Pettipoole are:

1 - Margaret Pettipoole was born around December 1602 in Barking, Essex County. She was baptized on 27 December 1602 at St Margaret Parish (38).

1602 December, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms p. 58)
"Margaret the daughter of John Petipool baptized the same day" [27th day of December]

2 - Richard Pettipoole was born about February 1604/5 in Barking, Essex County. He was baptized on 24 February 1604/5 at St Margaret Parish (39). He died at age 7 and was buried on 12 October 1611 at St Margaret Parish (40).

1604/5 February, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms p. 64) 
"Richard the sonne of John Petipool baptized the same day" [24th day of Ffebruary]

1611 October, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Burials (image 105)
"Richard the sonne of John Petipool buried the 12th day of October "

3 - Samuel Pettipoole was born about February 1606/7 in Barking, Essex County. He was baptized on 11 February 1606/7 at St Margaret Parish (41).  This is probably the same Samuel of Stepney Parish, Middlesex County and marrying Alice Jackson.

1606/7 February, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms image 69)
"Samuell the sonne of John Petipool baptized the 15th day of February"

4 - Elizabeth Pettipoole was born about June 1610 in Barking, Essex County. She was baptized on 10 June 1610 at St. Margaret Parish (42). No further record.

1610 June, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms image 77)
"Elizabeth the daughter of John Petipool baptized the 10th day of June"

5 - Anne Pettipoole died in August 1613 in Barking, Essex County. She was buried on 1 August 1613 at St Margaret Parish (43).

1613 August, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Burials image 118)
"Anne the daughter of John Petipool buried the first day of August"

Rebecca Pettipoole died in April 1613 in Barking, Essex County. She was buried on 15 April 1613 (28).  She was not identified as a daughter of John Pettipool in the parish record, and could be Rebecca, daughter of Richard Pettipoole of Great Warley.

1613 April 15, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Burials image 116)
"Rebecca Petipoll buried the 15th day of Aprill"

John Pettipoole is not listed in the Register of Burials in St Margaret Parish after 1613 or in the Register of Baptisms after 1610. No Pettipooles are found in the registers after 1626. John is likely the same John Pettipoole, carpenter of Brooke Street, Ratcliffe, Middlesex County who moved his family there prior to 1622.

THOMAS AND DAUGHTER FRANCES PADDEPOLE OF ST MARGARET PARISH, BARKING

A Thomas Peddepole of St Margaret Parish, Barking, had a daughter Frances who was baptized in 1618 (44).  No further information on this family.

1617/8 January, St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms image 98, page 97)
"Ffrancis the daughter of Thomas Paddepole baptized the 29th day of January

RICHARD AND DAUGHTER ELIZABETH PETTIPOOLE OF ST MARGARET PARISH, BARKING

There was another Richard Pettipoole in Barking in 1626. His identity is unknown but younger than Richard Pettipoole, husband of Amy and Joane. His daughter, Elizabeth, was born in Barking in 1626 and baptized at St Margaret Parish on 19 November 1626 (45).

1626 St Margaret Parish, Barking (Register of Baptisms)
"November
19 Ellizabeth daughter of Richard Petepole
" 


London

In the late sixteenth century, several different Pettypools families were recorded in London.

RICHARD PETTIPOOLE FAMILY OF LONDON

Richard Pettipoole married Ursula Newman on 16 Jan 1581/2 at St. Margaret's Parish, Westminster, London (46).  The children of Richard and Ursula Newman Pettipoole, if any, are unknown. 

WILLIAM PETTIPOOLE FAMILY OF LONDON

William Petipoole married Margaret Redman on 8 Feb 1591/92 at St. Clement Parish, Eastcheap, London (47).  The children of William and Margaret Redman Pettipoole, if any, are not documented in available parish registers.

Anno Domini 1591
"William Petipoll and Margaritt Redman were married ye eig
th of ffebruary anno et Simpra [or Impera] Anno__ Regine Elizab: xxxme" [the last phrase may mean in the thirtieth year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth.]

MARGARET PETTIPOOLE SEDGWICK OF LONDON

A Margaret Pettipoole married Benjamin Sedgwick on 9 Dec 1624 at St. Dunstan in the East Parish, London (48). There are no known children of this marriage. It is possible that Margaret was Margaret Redman Pettipoole, wife of William Pettipoole, in a second marriage, however the marriage record to Benjamin Sedgwick does not state that she was a widow, making it more probable that she was the younger Margaret Pettipoole, born 1602 in Barking, Essex County, daughter of John and Elizabeth Strondell Pettipoole.  Margaret Pettipoole Sedgwick resided in Stepney, Middlesex County, on Brooke Street, the same location as her father, John Pettipoole, carpenter.

"Weddings 1624
Benjamin Sedgwick and Margarett Pettipoole the ninth of December"

Margaret Pettypool Sedgwick died just two years later and was buried on 4 April 1627 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish, Stepney, Middlesex County (49). Her address on Brooke Street places her near John Pettipoole who married Elizabeth Strondell in Barking, Essex County, and then the widow Mary Wellin (see below).

"Burialls
1627 Aprill
Margaret wife of Benjamin Sedgwick
of Brooke Street ___ servant the [4th]"

A Benjamin Sedgwick was buried on 11 Oct 1678 at St Dunstan and All Saints Parish (50).

"Beniamine Sedgwick of Bethnall grene Labourer"

There is an interesting marriage allegation for a Samuell Sedgwick, born c1640, to Elizabeth Harwood. The marriage took place on 18 Feb 1666/67 at St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex County. (51,52)

1666/67 February 18 Samuell Sedgwick, of St Katherine Creechurch, Lond., Bachr, abt 27, & Elizabeth Harwood, of Stepney, Midd., Spr, abt 18, with consent of her father; alleged by Wm Redman, of St James, Duke's Place, Lond., Vinter; at Stepney or Whitechapel, Middx.


Middlesex County

From the late sixteenth century, the Pettypools in the London area can be found in Middlesex County, on the eastern side of London in the parish of St Dunstan and All Saints. This parish bordered London on the west and Barking, Essex County on the east. The parish church is located in Stepney, however, at the time, the parish was quite large and also included hamlets where Pettypool families resided, namely Ratcliff and Limehouse.

JOHN PETTIPOOLE FAMILY OF RATCLIFF (CARPENTER)

John Pettipoole of Ratcliff, carpenter is probably the same man as John Pettipoole of Barking, Essex County.  He would have moved the family to the adjacent Parish of Stepney in Middlesex County. John married 1) Elizabeth Strondell in Barking. She was buried on 18 March 1622/23 at St Dunstan and All Saints Parish, Stepney (53). Her burial was one week after the jailing of John Pettipoole in Essex County on suspicion of a felony and one day after he was bailed out (36). John Pettipoole married 2) to Mary ____ Wellin, widow, on 7 Aug 1627 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish, Stepney, Middlesex County (49).

"1622 Burriales
March

Elizabeth wife of John Pettipoole of ratclif carpeniter the eighteenth day"

"Marriages
1627 August

John Pettipool of Ratcliffe carpenter & Mary Wellin of Shadwell widow the 7 Day."

John Pettipoole had another daughter, Mary who died in October 1631 in Middlesex County. Mary was buried on 27 Oct 1631 at St Dunstan and All Saints Parish (53). It is not known if her mother was Elizabeth Strondell or Mary ___ Wellin.

"1631 Burials
October 27
"Mary daughter of John Pettipoole of Brooke Street carpenter"

The registers of St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish also contain an entry for a marriage of Mary Pettypool, widow, to Mathew Jones of Whitehorse Street on 23 Mar 1645/6 (54). Whitehorse Street ran north from Butchers Row near the River Thames in Limehouse and through Stepney (just behind St. Dunstan and All Saints Church).  She was likely Mary ____ Wellin Pettipoole, widow of John Pettipoole, who would have died prior to 1646. No record of John Pettipoole's burial has been found in London area parish registers.

"Mathew Jones of Whitehorse Street Musician & Mary Pettypoole of the same widow". 

Mathew Jones was buried in 31 Dec 1654 St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (55).

"Mathew Jones of Whitehorse Street Musician."

On 4 August 1658 there was a burial at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish cemetery for a Mary Jones, a widow (55).

"August Burialls
4 Mary Jones of Ratcliffe Highway widow"

SAMUEL PETTIPOOLE FAMILY OF RATCLIFF (SHOEMAKER)

Samuel Pettipoole of Ratcliff (cordwainer / shoe maker) married Alice Jackson on 19 Sep 1627 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (49). The parents of Alice Jackson are unknown. Samuel was probably the son of John and Elizabeth Strondell Pettipoole of Barking, Essex County.

"Samuell Pettipoole of Ratcliffe cordwainder & Alice Jackson of Wapping maid 19th [day of September 1627]."  

Samuel and Alice Pettipoole had seven children, only two of whom survived infancy, namely William and Mary. Samuel was a cordwainer, a shoe maker.  The known children of Samuel and Alice Pettipoole of Stepney were:

1.      Sara Pettipoole was born on 19 Aug 1628 in Shadwell, Middlesex County and christened five days later on 24 Aug 1628 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56).

"Sara daughter of Samuell Pettipoole of Shadwell shooemaker & Alice his wife ye 24 day; 5 days old",

Sara died in infancy and was buried on 1 Nov 1628 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (53).

"Sara dat. [daughter of] Samuell Pettipoole of Shadwell shoemaker the first day [of November]"

2.      James Pettipoole was born on 6 Sep 1629 in Ratcliff, Middlesex County and christened on 13 Sep 1629 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56).

"James sonne of Samuell Pittipoole of Ratcliffe shoemaker & Alice his wife the 13th day at - 7 days old"

James died in infancy and was buried on 28 Oct 1629 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (53).

"James sonne of Samuell Pettipoole of Ratcliff shoemaker the 28 day [of October]"

3.      William[1] Pettipoole, the immigrant, was christened on 20 Oct 1630 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56). The day of birth is obscured in the binding of the online image, however, the parish register shows that christenings were typically held within a week or so of birth. There are no records of a marriage or burial for William Pettipoole in the parish registers.

"William sonne of Samuell Petipoole of Ratcliffe shoemaker & Alice the 20 [remainder obscured in binding]"

4.      Martha Pettipoole was born on 17 Jun 1633 at Ratcliff and was christened on 23 Jun 1633 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56).

"Martha daughter of Samuell Pettipoole of Ratcliffe cordwainer & Alice the - 6 [days old]"

Martha died in infancy and was buried on 6 Sep 1633 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (53).

"Martha daughter of Samuel Pettipoole of Ratcliffe cordwainer & Alice"

5.      Jane Pettipoole was born on 3 Aug 1634 at Ratcliff and christened on 10 Aug 1634 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56).

"Jane daughter of Samuel Pettipoole of Ratcliffe cordwainer & Alice the - 7 [days old]"

Jane died in infancy and was buried on 18 Aug 1634 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (53).

"Jane daughter of Samuel Pettipoole of Ratcliffe cordwayner & Alice"

6.      Elizabeth Pettipoole was born on 22 Feb 1635/6 at Knockfergus, Middlesex County and christened on 26 Feb 1635/6 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56).

"Elizabeth daughter of Samuel Pettipoole of Knockfergus cordwayner & Alice the - 4 [days old]"

Elizabeth died at age 5 months of bubonic plague during the 1636 epidemic.  She was buried on 6 Aug 1636 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (53).

"Plague""Elizabeth daughter of Samuel Pettipoole of Knockfergus shoemaker".

7.   Mary Pettipoole was born on 15 Sep 1637 at Elmcourt, Middlesex County and christened on 24 Sep 1637 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (56).

"Mary daughter of Samuel Pettipoole of Elmcourt shoemaker & Alice - 9 [days old]".

Mary Pettipoole, daughter of Samuel and Alice Pettipoole, married John Winsly, a mariner.  There are three records for this marriage at St. George the Martyr, Southwark, Surry County, just across the River Thames at London Bridge. The first record is the wedding announcement for posting dated 16 April 1654 (57).

"Publications in Aprill and May 1654
John Winesley marriner and Mary Pettipoole daughter of Samuell & Alice from Stepney
"

The second record was for the actual civil wedding of Mary Pettipoole to John Winesely on 25 May 1654 at St. George the Martyr (57).

"Marriages in May 1654
John Winsely and Mary Pettipoole were marryed the 25th day of May 1654
by me.  Sam: Hyland"

The third record was for the wedding which was listed in the parish register of St George the Martyr, Southwark, Surrey County for the 25 of May 1654 (57).

"Weddings in May 1654
25 John Winsly, Mary Pettipoole
"

There is no record found of John Winsley or Mary Pettipoole Winsley's burials in London area parish registers.

Samuel Pettipoole died in 1667 at Limehouse, Middlesex County and was buried on 20 Aug 1667 at St. Dunstan and All Saints Parish (50). There is no record found of Alice Jackson Pettipoole's burial in London area parish registers.

St Dunstan and All Saints,
Burials at Stepnie Anno 1667
August

"20 Samuell Pettipole of Lymehouse pentioner [pensioner]".


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