'Pulleine1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Pulleine of Scotton

Foster identifies the arms of the following family as "Azure, on a bend between 6 lozenges or, each charged with an escallop sable, five escallops of the last". That indicates that it was closely connected to the Pulleines of Killinghall.
Nicholas Pulleine
m. Katherine Rocliffe (dau of Sir Richard (or John) Rocliffe)
1. John Pulleine
  m. _ Wood (dau of _ Wood of Swynsted Hall)
  A. John Pulleine
  m. _ Beckwith (dau of Adam Beckwith of Clint)
i. Ralph Pulleine of Scotton, Yorkshire
  m. Jennet Burdett (dau of John Burdett of Hollingthorpe & Gainsborough)
  a. John Pulleine
  m. _ Gascoigne (dau of _ Gascoigne of Micklefield)
(1) John (or Thomas) Pulleine
  m. Grace Maleverer (dau of Sir John Maleverer of Allerton)
  (A) Ralph Pulleine
  m. Katherine Snawsell (dau of Seth Snawsell of Bilton)
(i) Walter Pulleine of Scotton (2nd son)
  m1. Margery Slingsby (dau of John Slingsby)
  (a) William Pulleine of Scotton
  m. Margaret Bellasis (dau of Richard Bellasis)
  ((1)) John Pulleine of Scotton (a 1563)
  m. Mary Tempest (dau of Henry Tempest of Broughton)
  ((A))+ issue (a 1584) - William Pulleine, John
  Visitation ends with this generation, showing only William & John.
((C)) Anne Pulleine probably of this generation
  m. Thomas Cholmeley of Brandsby (d 1631)
  ((2)) Margery Pulleine
  ((3)) Mary Pulleine
  m. Edward Rudd of Killinghall
  (b) Edmond Pulleine
  m. Anne Vavasour (dau of John Vavasour of Weston)
  (c) Thomas Pulleine
  (d) Frances Pulleine
  m. James Pulleyn of Killinghall
(e) Ellen Pulleine
  m. William Strangwayes of Strangwayes
  m2. Frances Vavasour (dau of John Vavasour of Weston)
  (ii) Anne Pulleine
  m. Ralph (or Walter) Wood of Swinstead Hall
  (iii) Grace Pulleine
  m. Robert Skelton of Osgodthorp or Osmundthorpe
  (iv) Elizabeth Pulleine
  m. Thomas Leveson or Loweston of Scarborough
  (v)+ other issue - Anthony (dsp), Ninian, Robert, Mary
  (B) Katherine Pulleine
m1. Thomas De la River of Bransby
  m2. _ Snaswell
  m3. Henry Ughtred
  (C) Dorothy Pulleine
  m. Robert Dickinson
  (D) Anne Pulleine
  m. Nicholas Fawkes of Farnley should be Marmaduke Fawkes (son of Nicholas)?
  (E) Margaret Pulleine
  m. Rd. Bankes of Allerton
  (F) Joan Pulleine
  m. Thomas Knaresborough
  (2) Anne Pulleine
  m. Thomas Bozon or Bossom of Barnby
  b. Margaret Pulleine
  m. Nicholas Banke of Allerton
  ii. William Pulleine
  m. Anne Nessfield (dau of John Nessfield)
  iii. Katherine Pulleine
  m. _ Ratclifff of Throsanby
  iv. Elizabeth Pulleine
  m. Henry Weston of Weston



William Pullein (rector of Ripley, Yorkshire)
1. Samuel Pullen (Pullein or Pulleyne), Archbishop of Tuam (b 1598, d 24.01.1667)
  The following is supported by 'Ducatus Leodiensis' (Ralph Thoresby, 1715, p210).
  m1. (08.06.1624) Anne Cooke (d 1631, dau of Rev. Robert Cooke of Leeds)
  A. Samuel Pullen or Pulleyne (bpt 06.07.1625)
  m. Frances Leigh (dau of Sir Ferd(inando) Leigh of Middleton)
  B. Isabella Pullein probably of this generation, possibly of this marriage
  m. Neptune Blood (d 30.03.1716, Dean of Kilfenora)
  C.+ other issue - Alexander (bpt 1626), William (bpt 1629)
  m2. ?? Bramhall (sister of Archbishop John Bramhall)
2. Joshua Pullen (d 1657)
  A. Tobias Pullen or Pullein, Bishop of Cloyne & Dromore (b 1648, d 22.01.1713)
  m. (16.06.1678) Elizabeth Leigh (d 04.10.1691)
  i.+ issue - 4 children, Joshua (b 1687, d 1767, Chancellor of Dromore)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 27.12.07) : Visitation (Yorkshire, 1563-4, 'Pullen'), Visitation (Foster, Yorkshire, 1584/5+1612, 'Pulleine of Scotton')
(2) For lower section (uploaded 24.04.24) : Wikipedia ("Samuel Pullen", at 24.04.24)
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