Catherine St Aubyn

     Catherine St Aubyn was the daughter of John St Aubyn.

Catherine St Aubyn

(1 February 1727/28 - before 20 April 1756)
     Catherine St Aubyn was born on 1 February 1727/28 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) and Catherine Morice. Catherine St Aubyn was christened on 3 March 1727/28 in Crowan, CON.
     Catherine died before 20 April 1756 in Crowan, CON. She was unmarried and described as Madame Catherine St Aubyn.

Catherine St Aubyn

(18 September 1614 - )
     Catherine St Aubyn was christened on 18 September 1614 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.

Daughter St Aubyn

(March 1769 - )
     Daughter St Aubyn was born in March 1769. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) and Elizabeth Wingfield.

Elizabeth St Aubyn

(after 1620 - after 1637)
     Elizabeth St Aubyn was born after 1620 in Cornwall. She was described as 7th daughter. There are few entries for 1620 and none for 1621. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.
     Elizabeth died after 1637.

Elizabeth St Aubyn

     Elizabeth St Aubyn was born in England. She was the daughter of Thomas St Aubyn and Mary Grenville.

Elizabeth St Aubyn

(say 1640 - )
     Elizabeth St Aubyn married Thomas Northmore. Elizabeth St Aubyn was born say 1640. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Catherine Godolphin.
     Administration of the estate of Francis Godolphin was granted to Elizabeth St Aubyn, on 23 June 1692 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Administration was granted to his niece Elizabeth Northmore.

Elizabeth St Aubyn (Boscawen)

     Elizabeth St Aubyn (Boscawen) was born in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Elizabeth Kemyell.

Elizabeth St Aubyn (Northmore)

(circa 1666 - before 1 August 1735)
     Elizabeth St Aubyn (Northmore) was born circa 1666 in Cornwall, England. She was described as the second daughter.. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin.
     Elizabeth died before 1 August 1735 in Exeter, Devon. She was buried on 1 August 1735 in St Thomas, Exeter, Devon.

Elizabeth? St Aubyn

(2 September 1760 - )
     In Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart)'s will dated 21 February 1760, Elizabeth? St Aubyn was named as heir. She was born on 2 September 1760. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) and Elizabeth Wingfield.

Geoffrey St Aubyn

     Geoffrey St Aubyn was the son of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Elizabeth Kemyell.
     Geoffrey St Aubyn married Alice Tremere, daughter of John Tremere.
     John Bray, of Cornwall v. Geoffrey Seynt Aubyn, husband of Elizabeth, daughter of John Trenmer.: Land in Trenmer, Trelygan, and other places.: Cornwall.
     He was living in 1450. Free tenant in Cornwall 29 Henry VI.

Child of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Alice Tremere

Geoffrey St Aubyn

(before 1375 - circa 1400)
     Geoffrey St Aubyn married Elizabeth Kemyell, daughter of Peter Kemyell and Sybil Hilligan. Geoffrey St Aubyn was born before 1375 in England. He was the son of Sir Guy St Aubyn. Geoffrey St Aubyn was the Sheriff of Cornwall, in 1399.
     Geoffrey died circa 1400 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, England.

Gertrude St Aubyn

(circa 1605 - )
     Gertrude St Aubyn was born circa 1605 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. She was aged 15 at the 1620 Visitation. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.

Guy St Aubyn

(after 1279 - )
     Guy St Aubyn was also known as Guy de Sancto Albino in records. He was born after 1279 in Cornwall. He was described as the second son. He was the son of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell.
     Guy St Aubyn and Isabella de St Aubin were mentioned in a deed dated 3 July 1318. Isabella de Sancto Albino & Joan sisters & heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de SA, claimants ... by William de Lucy, in her place by Kings Writ & Guy de Sancto Albino, deforcient re the manor of Parracombe & advowson of the church of that manor.
Guy granted the manor etc to Isabella. After Isabella's death, shall remain to Stephen de SA & his heirs. Should Stephen died without heirs, then manor to John, brother of Stephen. If John dies without heirs, back to Guy and his heirs. For this Isabella gave to Guy 100 marks of silver. Endorsed: Isabella & Joan, sisters and heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de SA, put in their claim
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     Guy St Aubyn married secondly Margaret de Raleigh before 1332.
     Guy St Aubyn and Margaret de Raleigh were mentioned in a deed dated 13 October 1332. Feet of Fines: 13 October 1332 (6 Edw III) - Guy de St Aubyn & Margaret his wife claimants by Thomas Petricia (Rector of St Erme) guardian of Margaret, & Walter de Sutton, deforcient re lands in Argallas, Modeshole (Mitchell) Week St Mart and Whitstone rem. to Guy & Margaret and the heirs of Guy forever.
     He was the collector of the Lay subsidy in Cornwall 7 Edw III.
     Guy St Aubyn and Margaret de Raleigh were mentioned in a deed dated 11 May 1348. Feet of fines no. 1394 Margaret, wife of Guy, daughter of John de Ralegh of Beaudeport.

Guy St Aubyn

(circa 1376 - )
     Guy St Aubyn was born circa 1376. He was aged 7 years or more on the death of his father. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn.
     Guy St Aubyn married Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford), daughter of Sir Richard Serjeaux.

Sir Guy St Aubyn

     Sir Guy St Aubyn was the son of Guy St Aubyn and Margaret de Raleigh.

Child of Sir Guy St Aubyn and Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford)

Child of Sir Guy St Aubyn

Henry St Aubyn

(circa 1614 - before 30 August 1702)
     Henry St Aubyn was born circa 1614 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. He was aged 6 at the 1620 Visitation, but note that his sister was also 6!. He was the son of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell. Henry was Vicar of Crowan at Crowan, until 1702.
     Henry died before 30 August 1702 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was buried on 30 August 1702 in Crowan.

Henry St Aubyn

(4 June 1703 - before 22 January 1703/4)
     Henry St Aubyn was born on 4 June 1703 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Henry St Aubyn was christened on 12 June 1703 in Crowan.
     Henry died before 22 January 1703/4 in Crowan, CON.

Henry St Aubyn

( - before 17 August 1617)
     Henry St Aubyn was the son of William St Aubyn.
     Henry died before 17 August 1617 in Mawgan in Meneage, Cornwall. He was buried on 17 August 1617 in Mawgan in Meneage.
     His will was proved in 1618 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Henry Seyntawbin or St Aubin, Mawgan, Cornwall.

Isabel St Aubyn

     Isabel St Aubyn was the daughter of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn.
     Isabel St Aubyn married an unknown person .

James St Aubyn

(say 1670 - before 27 February 1753)
     James St Aubyn was born say 1670 in Cornwall, England. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin.
     James died before 27 February 1753 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was buried on 27 February 1753 in Crowan, CON.

Child of James St Aubyn

Capt James St Aubyn

(16 October 1709 - 1762)
     Capt James St Aubyn was born on 16 October 1709 in Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England. He was described as the third son.. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Capt James St Aubyn was christened on 21 October 1709 in St Margaret, Westminster, Middlesex.
     Capt James St Aubyn and Mary St Aubyn, Mary de la Hay and Peter St Aubyn were mentioned from 1714 to 1715.
     Capt James St Aubyn married Christian Unknown (St Aubyn).
     James died in 1762 in Delahay St, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex, England. A James St Aubyn aged 54 in 1746, took out an annuity and died at Delahay St, Westminster in 1762. A James St Aubyn, Esq. was buried 27 February 1753 at Crowan. A James St Aubyn, Esq, was buried at Crowan 5 July 1794..

Children of Capt James St Aubyn and Christian Unknown (St Aubyn)

Jane St Aubyn

(11 May 1699 - before 1714)
     Jane St Aubyn was born on 11 May 1699 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Jane St Aubyn was christened on 22 May 1699 in Crowan.
     Jane died before 1714. She probaby died before 1714 as she is not mentioned with her siblings in the court case.

Joan St Aubyn (Bodrigan)

     Joan St Aubyn (Bodrigan) was born in Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn.

John St Aubyn

(say 1580 - 13 September 1639)
     John St Aubyn was also known as St Albin in records. He was born say 1580 in Cornwall. He was the son of Thomas St Aubyn and Zenobia Mallet.
     John St Aubyn married Katherine Arundell, daughter of John Arundell and Gertrude Dennis, on 29 January 1602/3 in Trerice, East Newlyn, Cornwall.
     He was Recorder in Penzance in 1620. He was named in the will of his brother Thomas.. John St Aubyn was sheriff of Cornwall, in 1635.
     John St Aubyn made a will dated 1 December 1638.
     John died on 13 September 1639 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was buried on 15 September 1639 in Crowan.
     His will was proved on 6 May 1640 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell

John St Aubyn

(circa 1610 - before 20 August 1684)
     John St Aubyn was born circa 1610 in Cornwall. He was aged 10 at the 1620 Visitation. He was the son of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.
     John St Aubyn and Catherine Godolphin obtained a marriage licence on 29 March 1637 in Exeter, Devon.
     John St Aubyn married Catherine Godolphin, daughter of Francis Godolphin and Ann Carew, circa April 1637. Her marriage took Treveneage into the St Aubyn family but the barton was sold and after passing through a branch of the Robinson family, it was purchased in c. 1665 by the Tredenhams. John St Aubyn was the sheriff of Cornwall, from 1643 to 1667.
     He was named in the will of his uncle Thomas aged 30 and more at his father's death, sole executor of his father's will. He purchased St Michael's Mount in 1657, MP for Michell 1679. He had 4 sons and several daughters.
     Colonel John St Aubyn
Purchased the Mount as a family home in 1659.
     John died before 20 August 1684 in Crowan, Cornwall.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) on 20 August 1684 Administration of his estate was granted to his son John. John St Aubyn was buried on 20 August 1684 in Crowan.

Children of John St Aubyn and Catherine Godolphin

John St Aubyn

(circa 1525 - 17 August 1590)
     John St Aubyn was also known as St Albone in records. He was born circa 1525 in England. He was the son of Thomas St Aubyn and Mary Grenville.
     John St Aubyn married Blanch Whittington, daughter of Thomas Whittington. John St Aubyn was the sheriff of Cornwall, in 1568.
     Lease re Manor of Tywardreath. Parties: 1) John Saintaubyn [St Aubyn], of Clowance and Thomas Saintaubyn his son and Zenobia his wife and David Pendarves of Borthogga, gentleman and John Pendarves his son, lord of the manor of Trewardreth [Tywardreath] 2) Richard Pokye, [Puckey] Alse [Alice] his wife and Henrie [Henry] their son Consideration: £5 Term: Natural lives of 2) Rent: 6 shillings Herriot: Best beast A tenement ?? a garden an orchard and on ?? together with a shild [chill] house? lying and being on the north side of Tywardreath village and also a close of land called the west parke all which the said Richard Pokie [Puckey] there before held and all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging Witnessed by John Lavelis and John Weat?.
     John died on 17 August 1590 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall.

Child of John St Aubyn and Blanch Whittington

John St Aubyn

(say 1695 - )
     John St Aubyn was born say 1695. He was the son of James St Aubyn.

John St Aubyn

(3 December 1741 - )
     John St Aubyn was christened on 3 December 1741 in Wokingham, Berkshire. He was the son of Capt James St Aubyn and Christian Unknown (St Aubyn).
     John St Aubyn was mentioned in the will of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) dated 21 February 1760.

Children of John St Aubyn

John St Aubyn

     John St Aubyn was the son of John St Aubyn.