Alice Poole

(13 November 1586 - )
     Alice Poole was christened on 13 November 1586 in Goring, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Poole.

Annie Caroline Poole

(March 1872 - )
     Annie Caroline Poole was born in March 1872 in Cheshire. She was the daughter of William Alanson Makin Poole and Emily Frances Handy. Samuel, Annie, Marion and Annie were listed as Emily Frances Handy's children in the 1901 census in 'Elm Bank', Woodham Rd, Horsell, Surrey.

Catherine Poole

(say 1520 - )
     Catherine Poole was born say 1520 in Staffordshire. Daughter of John Poole of Staffordshire.
     Catherine Poole married Thomas Ryther, son of Thomas Ryther and Margaret Appledorefield.

Children of Catherine Poole and Thomas Ryther

Eleanor Poole

(1 August 1649 - before 20 November 1737)
     Eleanor Poole was also known as Helen in records. Eleanor Poole was also known as Ellen in records. She was born on 1 August 1649 in New Shoreham, Sussex. Helen Poole, daughter of Thomas & Faintnot. She was the daughter of Thomas Poole and Faith Marlott.
     Eleanor Poole and Richard Geere obtained a marriage licence on 26 June 1675 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Sussex. Richard Geere of Ovingdeane and Eleanor Poole of New Shoram, sureties the said Richard Geer and Richard Geer senior of Ovingdeane, for a marriage of South Weeke.
     Eleanor Poole married Richard Geere, son of Thomas Geere and Mercy Doe, after 26 June 1675 in Southwick, Sussex. Eleanor Poole was mentioned in the manor court roll dated 9 July 1675, in Rottingdean, Sussex, Rottindeane mannor: Richard Geer entayled the said premisses.
Manor of Rottingdean: At Curia Baron ten et nono July 1675: ... & Ricus Geere extra ... ... Dionis Geere & Rogeri L.. ... And that Ricus Knight ... Ricus Geere ..
... cottage et un garden ... in Rottindean ... ... of Elianor Poole fila Thomas. Poole ... de Shoreham gen. defunc. nnn natural of ... Elianore ...
. She was mentioned in the manor court roll dated 9 October 1675, in Rottingdean, SSX, Manor de Rottendeane: Curia Baron. ... Ricus Geere et Elianora .. ejus filio Thomas Poole gen. defunct of ... cottagin et un garden ... in Rottingdeane .. Rici & Elianora .... She was mentioned in the manor court roll dated 3 August 1692, in Rottingdean, SSX, Rottingdeane Mannor: Richard Geer and his wife and Nicholas Tattersall out of the entayl by recovery & declared the uses thereof to the said Nicholas and his heirs.
Manor of Rottendeane: ... Ricus Geere et Elianora uxor ejus ipa Elianore Sola ... et Nichus Tattersall ... custom tenentes ... cottagin et garden ... in Rottingdeane ... Rici Knight de Rottingdeane ... so admitted ...
Et ... Dionisius Geere in ... ... sua x Rici Knght doe ...
.
     Eleanor Poole was mentioned in the administration of the estate of William Poole on 15 February 1714/15. Commission made to adminsiter the goods and credits of William Poole late of Old Shoreham who died intestate to John Poole & Elizabeth his wife, as nearest in blood to the said deceased (Elianor Geere, the sister of the said deceased having first renounced in writing) having first been sworn well and truly to administer Bondsman of the said John Pool of Old Shoreham Gentleman ,Charles Geere of Rottingdeane Gentleman and Thomas Friend of Lewes woollen draper. £DCXL. Inventory exhibited extends to the sum of £320:00:00.
     Eleanor died before 20 November 1737 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. She was buried on 22 November 1737 in St Nicholas, Old Shoreham, Sussex. On 20 Nov 1737 Eleanor Geer, an ancient widow Gentlewoman, was brought from Portsmouth and buried in the Chancell on Tuesday 22 Nov.

Child of Eleanor Poole and Richard Geere

Eleanor Poole

(13 March 1710/11 - 6 January 1778)
     Eleanor Poole was born on 13 March 1710/11 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. She was the daughter of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere. Eleanor Poole was christened on 23 March 1710/11 in St Mary's, Portsea.
     In Rachel Poole's will dated 13 March 1770 in Benfeuls, Hangleton, Sussex, Eleanor Poole was named as heir; I Rachel Elgar wife of Siderick Elgar now living at Benfeuls in the parish of Hangleton co. Sussex ... bequeath all my whole fortune which is in the Bank and South Sea House unto my brother Thomas Poole and unto my sister Eleanor Poole and unto my sister Susanna O'Hara ... March 30 1770 Whereas I Rachel Elgar have this day received £500 being my one half part of a prize Lottery Ticket ...
     Eleanor Poole made a will dated 23 April 1776 in New Shoreham, Sussex. I Eleanor Poole of New Shoreham ... all my fortune which is in the Bank of England and also all my fortune which is in the South Sea House unto my brother Thomas Poole and unto my sister Susanna O'Hara share and share alike ...
     Eleanor died on 6 January 1778 in New Shoreham, Sussex, England, aged 66. She was buried on 11 January 1778 in Old Shoreham.
     Her will was proved on 4 February 1778 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Elizabeth Poole

(12 December 1703 - 8 October 1762)
     Possibly also the Elizabeth Pool, daughter of John & Elizabeth who was baptised at High St Independent, Gosport on 15 Feb 1715?. Elizabeth Poole was born on 12 December 1703 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. She was christened on 13 December 1703 in St Mary's, Portsea. She was the daughter of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere.
     Elizabeth died on 8 October 1762 in New Shoreham, Sussex, aged 58. She was buried in St Nicholas, Old Shoreham.
     The administration of her estate was granted to Thomas Poole on 23 October 1762 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Late of New Shoreham, spinster, to her brother Thomas.

Elizabeth Poole

(9 September 1640 - after 1660)
     Elizabeth Poole was born on 9 September 1640 in England. She was the daughter of Ludowick Poole and Elizabeth Tippett. Elizabeth Poole was christened on 16 September 1640.
     In Ludowick Poole's will dated 23 August 1652 in Woolwich, Kent, Elizabeth Poole was named as heir; In the name of God amen 23 Aug 1652 I Lodowicke Poole of Woolwich, Kent, ship Carpenter being weak in body but of perfect memory ... unto my foure children that is to say John Poole twentie pounds when 21, unto my son Richard Poole now a scholler att the free schools at Lewsham (if he shall be capable of goeing from thence to the universitie) the yearly rent of my two tenements (being in lease) nowe in the severall tenures of John Legatt and John Corke ropemakers situat in Woolwich afsd (as an addition to the tenn pounde p.a. allowed him as free scholler) ... unto my two daughters Elizabeth & Abigail Poole twentie pounds a peece at 21 or marriage ... unto the children of Henry Staples of Brimly, Kent howse carpenter six pounds seven shillings and eleven pence ... unto my brother Thomas Poole of London baker my best wearinge suite cloake a hatt one shirt and one paire of boots .... unto my brother John Poole 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Ursula Nash 5/- ... sister Elizabeth Herringe 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Mary Edwards 5/- ... unto my wife Elizabeth Poole the lease of the house in which we live situate in Woolwich afsd with all my moveables and wares in the shop ...
     Elizabeth Poole was mentioned in the will of Richard Poole dated 15 March 1659/60.
     Elizabeth died after 1660.

Elizabeth Poole

(circa 1571 - before 10 November 1571)
     Elizabeth Poole was born circa 1571. She was the daughter of Capt Richard Poole and Elizabeth Unknown (Batchelor).
     Elizabeth died before 10 November 1571 in Old Shoreham, Sussex. She was buried on 10 November 1571 in St Nicholas, Old Shoreham.

Elizabeth Poole

     Elizabeth Poole married Jeremy Trull, son of William Trull, on 26 March 1676 in St Mary in the Marsh, Norwich, Norfolk.

Children of Elizabeth Poole and Jeremy Trull

Elizabeth Poole (Herring)

(say 1610 - )
     Elizabeth Poole (Herring) was born say 1610 in England. She was the daughter of William (Patriarch?) Poole.
     In Ludowick Poole's will dated 23 August 1652 in Woolwich, Kent, Elizabeth Poole (Herring) was named as heir; In the name of God amen 23 Aug 1652 I Lodowicke Poole of Woolwich, Kent, ship Carpenter being weak in body but of perfect memory ... unto my foure children that is to say John Poole twentie pounds when 21, unto my son Richard Poole now a scholler att the free schools at Lewsham (if he shall be capable of goeing from thence to the universitie) the yearly rent of my two tenements (being in lease) nowe in the severall tenures of John Legatt and John Corke ropemakers situat in Woolwich afsd (as an addition to the tenn pounde p.a. allowed him as free scholler) ... unto my two daughters Elizabeth & Abigail Poole twentie pounds a peece at 21 or marriage ... unto the children of Henry Staples of Brimly, Kent howse carpenter six pounds seven shillings and eleven pence ... unto my brother Thomas Poole of London baker my best wearinge suite cloake a hatt one shirt and one paire of boots .... unto my brother John Poole 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Ursula Nash 5/- ... sister Elizabeth Herringe 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Mary Edwards 5/- ... unto my wife Elizabeth Poole the lease of the house in which we live situate in Woolwich afsd with all my moveables and wares in the shop ...

Ellen Poole

(30 March 1628 - )
     Ellen Poole was also known as Eleanor in records. She was christened on 30 March 1628 in New Shoreham, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Poole and Ellen Aylwin.
     Ellen Poole was mentioned in the will of Thomas Poole dated 3 November 1651.
     Ellen Poole married Thomas Wood on 10 March 1653/54 in New Shoreham, Sussex.

Emily Maud Poole

(1880 - )
     Emily Maud Poole was born in 1880 in New Brighton, Cheshire. She was the daughter of William Alanson Makin Poole and Emily Frances Handy.

Francis Poole

     He was of Mayfield..
     Francis Poole married Margaret Hungerford, daughter of Capt Thomas Hungerford and Mary Unknown (Hungerford).

Hannah Poole

(16 July 1647 - before 1652)
     Hannah Poole was born on 16 July 1647 in England. She was the daughter of Ludowick Poole and Elizabeth Tippett. Hannah Poole was christened on 26 July 1647.
     Hannah died before 1652.

Hannah Poole

(1 September 1673 - )
     Hannah Poole was born on 1 September 1673 in England. She was the daughter of John Poole and Rachel Mason. Hannah Poole was christened on 11 September 1673 in England.

Hannah Poole

     Hannah Poole married Robert Milnes. Hannah Poole was born. She was the daughter and co-heir of Joseph Poole of Drax Abbey..

Children of Hannah Poole and Robert Milnes

James Poole

(13 November 1706 - )
     James Poole was christened on 13 November 1706 in Gosport, Hampshire. He was the son of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere.

Joan Poole

(30 August 1567 - 20 October 1567)
     Joan Poole was christened on 30 August 1567 in Brighton, Sussex. There is no evidence that this is the same Thomas but it is likely that her mother died giving birth to her, she was christened two months later and her father quickly found himself a wife to look after her. She was the daughter of Thomas Poole and Joan Unknown.
     Joan was buried on 20 October 1567 in St Mary le Haura, New Shoreham, Sussex.

John Poole

(7 September 1635 - 6 July 1709)
     John Poole was born on 7 September 1635 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of Ludowick Poole and Elizabeth Tippett. John Poole was christened on 17 September 1635 in Woolwich.
     In Ludowick Poole's will dated 23 August 1652 in Woolwich, Kent, John Poole was named as heir; In the name of God amen 23 Aug 1652 I Lodowicke Poole of Woolwich, Kent, ship Carpenter being weak in body but of perfect memory ... unto my foure children that is to say John Poole twentie pounds when 21, unto my son Richard Poole now a scholler att the free schools at Lewsham (if he shall be capable of goeing from thence to the universitie) the yearly rent of my two tenements (being in lease) nowe in the severall tenures of John Legatt and John Corke ropemakers situat in Woolwich afsd (as an addition to the tenn pounde p.a. allowed him as free scholler) ... unto my two daughters Elizabeth & Abigail Poole twentie pounds a peece at 21 or marriage ... unto the children of Henry Staples of Brimly, Kent howse carpenter six pounds seven shillings and eleven pence ... unto my brother Thomas Poole of London baker my best wearinge suite cloake a hatt one shirt and one paire of boots .... unto my brother John Poole 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Ursula Nash 5/- ... sister Elizabeth Herringe 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Mary Edwards 5/- ... unto my wife Elizabeth Poole the lease of the house in which we live situate in Woolwich afsd with all my moveables and wares in the shop ...
     John Poole married Rachel Mason on 8 September 1659 in St Peter, Paul's Wharf, London. John was a shipwright in the Naval dockyard from 1660 to 1663, in Woolwich, Kent. When the paybooks of the dockyards commence, John Poole appears in Woolwich Extra, as one of the "Shipwrts & Caulkrs imployed in his Masties workes began wages the first of October 1660". He was working under Christopher Pett, the Master Shipwright, and received 2/1 a day. He also appears in the first quarter of 1661 among the "Shipwrts Employd in building his Royll Highnesse his Yacht". For the rest of 1661 he was employed on "Oldworkes", and in the first quarter of 1662 he appears under that heading and also as "Employ'd in building his Maties
Besane yacht". In the second quarter of 1662 he was among the 'Shipwrts Employed to mould timber in Waltham Forest for a new 2d rate shipp', as well as on the 'old workes'. In the last quarter of 1663 he only worked 19 days, and does not appear in the first quarter of 1664 (ADM 42/1846 (1)). He was an executor of Richard Poole's estate on 6 August 1660 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. John was a mastmaker in the shipyard from 1681 to 1709, in Portsmouth, Hampshire. Daniel Taylor was mastmaker at Portsmouth in the first quarter of 1680 (ADM 2/1215), the next period covered being the third quarter of 1681, when he had been replaced by John Poole, who was paid 25d a day (ADM 42/1216). In the second quarter of 1686 he is rated as Master Mastmaker at the same rate (ADM 42/1050) and from 1 January 1695/6 he received 3/- d day (ADM 42/1051). In 1708 & 1709 his wages were paid to his son John, and he was discharged on 9 June 1709 (ADM 42/1053). On 4 June 1709 Thomas, Earl of Pembroke signed a warrant stating 'Whereas I have thought fitt to appoint Jno Pool, of whom I have received good Testimony, to be Master Mastmaker of her Majs Yard at Portsmouth in room of his father who has desired leave to surrender the same You are therefore hereby required & directed, to cause him the said John Pool to be Enter'd Master Mastmaker of her Majts Yard at Portsmouth accordingly (ADM 6/10/67).
     John Poole, sen., surrendered to his son and his heirs for over, the ground on which the houses on Portsmouth (i.e., Southsea) Common, were subsequently erected.
     John Poole made a will dated 5 June 1705 in Portsea, Hampshire. He described himself as a shipwright of Portsea, and left his estate to his wife Rachell.
     John died on 6 July 1709 in Portsmouth, HAM, aged 73. He was buried on 8 July 1709 in St Thomas, Portsmouth.
     His will was proved on 2 August 1709 at Winchester.

Children of John Poole and Rachel Mason

John Poole

(16 April 1682 - 5 July 1751)
     John Poole was born on 16 April 1682 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was the son of John Poole and Rachel Mason. John Poole was christened on 27 April 1682 in St Thomas, Portsmouth. John was a shipwright from 1698 to 1703, in Portsmouth, HAM. The younger John Poole first appears as 'Servant to the Master Mastmaker' at Portsmouth in the first quarter of 1698 when a new format of return was adopted. He received 1/2 a day (ADM 42/1222). His wages gradually increased to 2/- a day and in the last quarter of 1702 he was out of his apprenticeship and receiving 25d a day. In the next quarter he was appointed a Quarter Man at 2/6 a day (ADM 42/1223).
     John Poole married Elizabeth Geere, daughter of Richard Geere and Eleanor Poole, on 9 September 1702 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire.
     Administration of the estate of William Poole was granted to John Poole, on 15 February 1714/15 in Lewes Archdeaconry, Commission made to adminsiter the goods and credits of William Poole late of Old Shoreham who died intestate to John Poole & Elizabeth his wife, as nearest in blood to the said deceased (Elianor Geere, the sister of the said deceased having first renounced in writing) having first been sworn well and truly to administer Bondsman of the said John Pool of Old Shoreham Gentleman ,Charles Geere of Rottingdeane Gentleman and Thomas Friend of Lewes woollen draper. £DCXL. Inventory exhibited extends to the sum of £320:00:00. John was appointed Assistant Master Shipwright on 6 September 1720, in Plymouth, Devon. He had succeeded his father as Master Mastmaker at Portsmouth on 4 June 1709. John was appointed Assistant to the Master Shipwright on 3 December 1722, in Woolwich, Kent. John became Second Assistant to the Master Shipwright on 27 October 1726, in Chatham, Kent. John became Second Assistant mastmaker on 2 December 1726, in Portsmouth, HAM. The Portsmouth Ordinary shows that he received 3/- a day as Master Mastmaker. He had first appeared on the muster lists at Portsmouth - among the shipwrights on the extra list for 1 January to 31 March 1698 - as "servant to the Master Mastmaker" (ADM 42/1222). As Assistant Master Shipwright at Plymouth he receved £80 p.a. (ADM 42/688), as he did also at Woolwich (ADM 42/1738), while at Chatham he received £100 p.a. (ADM 42/25), and also at Portsmouth (ADM 42/1067). John remained at Portsmouth until appointed Master Shipwright at Sheerness at £150 p.a on 31 July 1742, in Sheerness, Kent. He was "discharged dead" on 6 July 1751.
     John Poole made a will dated 4 July 1751 in Staplehurst, Kent. Memorandum this day at Staplehurst for want of an attorney and stamp paper which not be had here I make the following memorandum as follows that I give unto my four daughters whose names are as follows my eldest daughter Elizabeth Poole and my second daughter Rachell Poole my third daughter Ellinor Pooole and my youngest daughter Susanna Pooole two thousand five hundred pounds which I am now possess'd of and the interest thereof in the publick stocks likewise two houses upon the common near Portsmouth in the occupation of the widow Farrington gentlewoman and the other Joseph Lukehurst shipwright my sallary due to me from His Majesty and all my servant's wages my household goods to be disposed of the plate excepted .... and as for my son Thomas Pool to have all his mother's family plate and pictures and all my library and books and I give to my daughter Mary Fawler and husband Captain John Fawler £10 each to buy themselves mourning ...
     6 Aug 1751 ... Robert Revill of Staplehurst Kent, schoolmaster and Charles Mitchell of Staplehurst innkeeper ....saith that John Poole late of Sheerness, Kent
...
     John died on 5 July 1751 in Staplehurst, Kent, aged 69. He was buried on 11 July 1751 in St Nicholas, Old Shoreham, Sussex. Aged 68, master shipwright of H M Dockyard at Sheerness.
     His will was proved on 13 August 1751 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of John Poole of Sheerness , Kent.

Children of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere

John Poole

(8 September 1705 - before 16 October 1705)
     John Poole was christened on 8 September 1705 in St Mary's, Portsea. He was born on 8 September 1705 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was the son of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere.
     John died before 16 October 1705 in Portsmouth, HAM. He was buried on 16 October 1705 in St Thomas, Portsmouth.

John Poole

(2 April 1713 - before 16 November 1714)
     John Poole was born on 2 April 1713 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was the son of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere. John Poole was christened on 7 April 1713 in St Mary's, Portsea.
     John died before 16 November 1714 in Portsmouth, HAM. He was buried on 16 November 1714 in St Thomas, Portsmouth.

John Poole

(4 November 1717 - )
     John Poole was born on 4 November 1717 in Portsmouth, Hampshire. He was the son of John Poole and Elizabeth Geere.

John Poole

     John Poole was born in England. He was the son of William (Patriarch?) Poole.
     In Ludowick Poole's will dated 23 August 1652 in Woolwich, Kent, John Poole was named as heir; In the name of God amen 23 Aug 1652 I Lodowicke Poole of Woolwich, Kent, ship Carpenter being weak in body but of perfect memory ... unto my foure children that is to say John Poole twentie pounds when 21, unto my son Richard Poole now a scholler att the free schools at Lewsham (if he shall be capable of goeing from thence to the universitie) the yearly rent of my two tenements (being in lease) nowe in the severall tenures of John Legatt and John Corke ropemakers situat in Woolwich afsd (as an addition to the tenn pounde p.a. allowed him as free scholler) ... unto my two daughters Elizabeth & Abigail Poole twentie pounds a peece at 21 or marriage ... unto the children of Henry Staples of Brimly, Kent howse carpenter six pounds seven shillings and eleven pence ... unto my brother Thomas Poole of London baker my best wearinge suite cloake a hatt one shirt and one paire of boots .... unto my brother John Poole 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Ursula Nash 5/- ... sister Elizabeth Herringe 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Mary Edwards 5/- ... unto my wife Elizabeth Poole the lease of the house in which we live situate in Woolwich afsd with all my moveables and wares in the shop ...

John Poole

( - 20 June 1566)
     John Poole was born in New Shoreham, Sussex.
     John was buried on 20 June 1566 in New Shoreham, Sussex. John, son of Thomas Poole. He was the son of Thomas Poole and Joan Unknown.

John Poole

(9 June 1568 - )
     John Poole was christened on 9 June 1568 in New Shoreham, Sussex. He was the son of Thomas Poole and Joan Unknown (Heath).

John Poole

(14 March 1590/91 - )
     John Poole was christened on 14 March 1590/91 in Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of Abell Poole and Joan Haine.

John Poole

     John Poole married Mary Popplewell, daughter of John Popplewell, on 2 August 1635 in Everton, Nottinghamshire.

Joseph Poole

(26 August 1642 - before 1652)
     Joseph Poole was born on 26 August 1642 in England. He was the son of Ludowick Poole and Elizabeth Tippett. Joseph Poole was christened on 11 September 1642.
     Joseph died before 1652.

Ludowick Poole

(circa 1610 - 28 October 1652)
     Ludowick Poole was born circa 1610 in England. He was the son of William (Patriarch?) Poole. Ludowick was a carpenter in the Royal Navy.
     Ludowick Poole married Elizabeth Tippett, daughter of Nicholas Tippett and Edith Unknown (Tippett), on 2 November 1645 in St James, Bristol. If this marriage is correct, they cannot be her children unless they were illegitimate.
     Ludowick Poole made a will dated 23 August 1652 in Woolwich, Kent. In the name of God amen 23 Aug 1652 I Lodowicke Poole of Woolwich, Kent, ship Carpenter being weak in body but of perfect memory ... unto my foure children that is to say John Poole twentie pounds when 21, unto my son Richard Poole now a scholler att the free schools at Lewsham (if he shall be capable of goeing from thence to the universitie) the yearly rent of my two tenements (being in lease) nowe in the severall tenures of John Legatt and John Corke ropemakers situat in Woolwich afsd (as an addition to the tenn pounde p.a. allowed him as free scholler) ... unto my two daughters Elizabeth & Abigail Poole twentie pounds a peece at 21 or marriage ... unto the children of Henry Staples of Brimly, Kent howse carpenter six pounds seven shillings and eleven pence ... unto my brother Thomas Poole of London baker my best wearinge suite cloake a hatt one shirt and one paire of boots .... unto my brother John Poole 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Ursula Nash 5/- ... sister Elizabeth Herringe 5/- Item I bequeath unto my sister Mary Edwards 5/- ... unto my wife Elizabeth Poole the lease of the house in which we live situate in Woolwich afsd with all my moveables and wares in the shop ...
     Ludowick died on 28 October 1652 in Woolwich, Kent. He was buried on 31 October 1652 in Woolwich.
     His will was proved on 6 May 1653 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Ludowick Poole and Elizabeth Tippett