John Paddock (1550 - 1603) MP

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Nicknames: "Jean Paddoc"
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Birthplace: Cambrai, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
Death: Died in Tullygovan, County, Louth, Ireland
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About John Paddock

John Paddock (Jean Paddoc) fled to England from France "for religious as well as political reasons" in 1580. He then emigrated to Ireland and settled in Stevenstown Co. Dublin in 1580. He also owned land at Tullygovan, County Louth. On 3 Oct 1589, John and his family were mentioned in the will of his father Paul Paddoc, Siegneur de Le Chatear et de Montherme. He was a blacksmith in Tullygovan. He died interstate in Tullygovan, near Kilany, County Louth on 3 April 1603. His wife Jane Jennings, also known as Jeanette Jennin and last name also spelled Jenning, came to Ireland with her Uncle Jean Jennin in 1570 from France. -------------------- John Paddock (Jean Paddoc) fled to England from France "for religious as well as political reasons" in 1580. He then emigrated to Ireland and settled in Stevenstown Co. Dublin in 1580. He also owned land at Tullygovan, County Louth. On 3 Oct 1589, John and his family were mentioned in the will of his father Paul Paddoc, Siegneur de Le Chatear et de Montherme. He was a blacksmith in Tullygovan. He died interstate in Tullygovan, near Kilany, County Louth on 3 April 1603. His wife Jane Jennings, also known as Jeanette Jennin and last name also spelled Jenning, came to Ireland with her Uncle Jean Jennin in 1570 from France.

Source: http://www.geni.com/people/Jean-Paddoc/325578065920006445 -------------------- John Paddock (Jean Paddoc) fled to England from France "for religious as well as political reasons" in 1580. He then emigrated to Ireland and settled in Stevenstown Co., Dublin Ireland in 1580. He also owned land at Tullygovan, County Louth. On Oct. 3, 1589 John and his family were mentioned in the will of his father Paul Paddoc, Siegneur de Le Cateau et de Montherme. He was a blacksmith in Tullygovan. He died intestate in Tullygovan, near Killany, County Louth on April 3, 1603. His wife Jane Jennings (also known as Jeannette Jennin and last name also spelled (Jenning) came to Ireland with her uncle Jean Jennin in 1570 from France. (From the Paddock Genealogy, written by Robert Curfman)

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John Paddock's Timeline

1550
July 19, 1550
Cambrai, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France
1580
August 12, 1580
Age 30
Killarney, Aug, Louth, Ireland
1581
September 16, 1581
Age 31
Stephenstown, Balrothery, Ireland
1582
August 11, 1582
Age 32
Balrothery, , Dublin, Ireland
1584
September 16, 1584
Age 34
Stephenstown, Balrothery Parish, Dublin, Ireland
1586
November 20, 1586
Age 36
St. Andrews,High Hans Church,Somersitshire,England
1603
April 3, 1603
Age 52
Tullygovan, County, Louth, Ireland
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Le Cateau, Nord, Pas de Calais, France
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non-cemetery burial