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Sian Puleston

Also Known As: "Sian Puleston", "Jane Puleston"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Bersham, Denbighshire, Wales, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Wales, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John "Hen" Puleston and Elinor Puleston, the younger
Wife of Robert ap Maredudd and Sir William Griffith, of Penrhyn, Chamberlain of North Wales
Mother of Richard Gillman; Mary Griffith and Sibyl Griffith
Sister of Sir John Puleston, MP; Sir Robert Puleston; Margaret Lewis; Elizabeth Puleston; Richard Puleston and 3 others

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About Sian (Jane) Puleston

  • 'Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ... By Douglas Richardson
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=8JcbV309c5UC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Magna+Carta+ancestry:+a+study+in+colonial&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kshLUY2yHM_SigKTqYHwAg&ved=0CDwQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=puleston&f=false
  • Pg. 560
  • '13. WILLIAM GRIFFITH, Knt., of Penrhyn, Caernarvonshire, Esqure of the Body to King Henry VIII, Chamberlain of North Wales, Deputy Justice of North Wales, son and Heir by his father's 1st marriage, born about 1480'. He married (1st) Jane Stradling, daughter of Thomas Stradling, of St. Donat's, Glamogan, by Janet, daughter of Thomas Mathew, Esq. [see STRADLING 11 for her ancestry]. They had five sons, William, Edward, Esq., Rhys, Knt., John, and Hugh, and eight daughters, Grace (wife of William Stanley, Knt.), Jane (wife of Thomas Mostyn), Elin/ Elinor (wife of Hugh Conway, Esq.), Catherine (wife of Richard Bulkeley, Knt.), Anne (wife of Hugh Lewis, Esq.), Elizabeth (wife of John Philips, Esq.), Dorothy, and Margaret (wife successively of Peter Mytton, Thomas Griffith, and Hugh Thelwall). He served in the French campaign in 1513, being present at the Siege of Therouanne, the Battle of the Spurs, and the Siege of Rournai. His wife Jane died before 1520. 'He married (2nd) by marriage settlement dated 2 Aug. 1522 JANE PULESTON, widow of Robert ap Maredudd, of Glynllifon, Caernarvonshire, and daughter of John Puleston, of Hafoyd-y-Wern, Wrexham, and Bersham, Denbighshire, Constable of Caernarvon, Chamberlain of North Wales, by Eleanor, daughter of Robert Whitney, Esq., of Whitney, Herefordshire. They had three sons, William Esq., Rowland, and George [Archdeacon of Anglesey], and two daughters, Mary (wife of Randall Brereton, Knt., and Hugh Cholmondeley, Knt.) and Sibyl (or Isabel). SIR WILLIAM GRIFFITH died in 1531. ...
  • Child of William Griffith, Knt., by Jane Stradling:
    • i. DOROTHY GRIFFITH [see next].
  • 'Child of William Griffith, Knt., by Jane Puleston:
    • i. SIBYL (or ISABEL) GRIFFITH, married OWEN AP HUGH AB OWEN, Esq. of Bodeon, Anglesey, Wales [see OWEN 14].
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Died after giving child birth.


  • 2 Sir William Griffith II (d. 1531) of Penrhyn m, (1) Jane (W), d. of Thomas Stradling (d. 1480) of St. Donat's, co. Glamorgan (WG 1400-1500, VIII, 1268; Rice Merrick, Morganiae Archaiographia ed. B LI James (South Wales Record Society, vol. 1, 1983), p. 163) and (2) Jane (W), d. of John Puleston of Hafod-y-wern, Wrexham, and Bersham, co. Denbigh and widow of Robert ap Maredudd of Glynllifon, co. Caerns (WG 1400-1500, VIII, 1268; IX, 1454).
  • From: http://welshjournals.llgc.org.uk/browse/viewpage/llgc-id:1277425/llgc-id:1288291/llgc-id:1288328/getText
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  • Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ... By Douglas Richardson
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=8JcbV309c5UC&printsec=frontcover&dq=Magna+Carta+ancestry:+a+study+in+colonial&hl=en&sa=X&ei=kshLUY2yHM_SigKTqYHwAg&ved=0CDwQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=puleston&f=false
  • Pg. 560
  • 13. WILLIAM GRIFFITH, Knt., of Penrhyn, Caernarvonshire, Esqure of the Body to King Henry VIII, Chamberlain of North Wales, Deputy Justice of North Wales, son and Heir by his father's 1st marriage, born about 1480. He married (1st) Jane Stradling, daughter of Thomas Stradling, of St. Donat's, Glamogan, by Janet, daughter of Thomas Mathew, Esq. [see STRADLING 11 for her ancestry]. They had five sons, William, Edward, Esq., Rhys, Knt., John, and Hugh, and eight daughters, Grace (wife of William Stanley, Knt.), Jane (wife of Thomas Mostyn), Elin/ Elinor (wife of Hugh Conway, Esq.), Catherine (wife of Richard Bulkeley, Knt.), Anne (wife of Hugh Lewis, Esq.), Elizabeth (wife of John Philips, Esq.), Dorothy, and Margaret (wife successively of Peter Mytton, Thomas Griffith, and Hugh Thelwall). He served in the French campaign in 1513, being present at the Siege of Therouanne, the Battle of the Spurs, and the Siege of Rournai. His wife Jane died before 1520. He married (2nd) by marriage settlement dated 2 Aug. 1522 JANE PULESTON, widow of Robert ap Maredudd, of Glynllifon, Caernarvonshire, and daughter of John Puleston, of Hafoyd-y-Wern, Wrexham, and Bersham, Denbighshire, Constable of Caernarvon, Chamberlain of North Wales, by Eleanor, daughter of Robert Whitney, Esq., of Whitney, Herefordshire. They had three sons, William Esq., Rowland, and George [Archdeacon of Anglesey], and two daughters, Mary (wife of Randall Brereton, Knt., and Hugh Cholmondeley, Knt.) and Sibyl (or Isabel). SIR WILLIAM GRIFFITH died in 1531. ... etc.
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  • Jane Puleston1
  • F, #338239
  • Last Edited=24 Feb 2009
  • Jane Puleston married Sir William Griffith, son of Sir William Griffith and Joan Troutbeck.1
  • Her married name became Griffith.1
  • Child of Jane Puleston and Sir William Griffith
    • 1.Isabel Griffith+1
  • Citations
  • 1.[S1122] Peerage News, online http://peeragenews.blogspot.co.nz/. Hereinafter cited as Peerage News.
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p33824.htm#i338239
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  • Welsh Biograph Online
  • GLYN (also GLYNNE ) , family of Glynllifon , Caerns. Traditionally the family was derived from Cilmin Droed-ddu , who settled in the place after his flight from his native Cumbria in the 9th cent. , and historically from Tudur Goch who for war services under Edward III obtained a grant of escheat lands in Nantlle . By his marriage with Morfudd , another descendant of Cilmin , he obtained Glynllifon , which became the chief seat of his descendants. HWLKIN LLOYD , Tudur 's son, held the town of Caernarvon for the king under William de Tranmere in 1403 , and d. the following year. MEREDYDD LLOYD , his son, was bailiff of Uwch Gwyrfai in 1413-15 , and accompanied some forces sent to protect Guernsey in 1456 . The next heir, ROBERT AP [d. c. 1509 ] was twice m., each wife being a member of English families who administered Gwynedd for the English kings. The first wife was Ellen Bulkeley of Beaumaris , and by her Robert had six sons and four daughters. Two of these sons were prominent clerics in the early Tudor period— MORUS GLYN , LL.D. [d. 1525 ], was archdeacon of Merioneth , and WILLIAM GLYN , LL.D. [d. 1557 ], archdeacon of Anglesey . Robert ap Meredydd 's second wife was Jane Puleston of Caernarvon , and the issue of their marriage was known as WILLIAM GLYNNE the Sergeant [of Arms , temp . Hy. VIII], whose son WILLIAM GLYNNE [ fl. 1588 ] m. Lowry , the heiress of Lleuar , and founded the house of the Glynnes of Lleuar . Upon the death of Robert ap Meredydd his estates were divided between two of his sons: EDMUND LLOYD obtained Glynllifon , and RICHARD AP [d. 1539 ] got Plas Newydd and Nantlle . Richard became the head of the family known as Glynns of Plas Newydd and Nantlle . Edmund Lloyd was sheriff of Caernarvonshire , but he d. during his year of office ( 1541 ).
  • From: http://wbo.llgc.org.uk/en/s-GLYN-LLI-0850.html
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  • i. Hwlkin Lloyd of Glynllifon
  • m. Nest (dau of Cynwrig ap Meredydd ddu ap Goronwy, of Perthamel)
    • a. Meredydd (a 1402)
    • m. Gwenhwyfer (dau of Llewelyn ap Edmund ap Gruffydd ap Ednyfed ap Gruffydd)
      • (1) Robert of Glynllifon (a 1440)
      • m1. Elin Bulkeley (dau of William Bulkeley of Beaumaris)
        • (A) Edmund Llwyd of Glynliffon, Sherrif of Carnarvonshire (d 1540-1, 2nd son?)
        • m. Annes (Agnes) (dau. of William ap Gruffydd ap Robin, of Cochwillan, relict of Foulk Salusbury of Llanrwst)
        • (B) Richard Glynne of Plas Newydd (d 24.03.1539, 4th son?)
        • m. Catherine (d 1585, dau/heir of William ap Jenkin ap Iorwerth, of Ynysmaengwyn)
        • (C) Jonet Glyyne
        • m1. Hugh Prees ap Evan, of Llanddyfnan
        • m2. John ap Rhys, of Trefeilir
        • (D) Gaynor Glyyne
        • m. Sir John Puleston (d 1551)
        • (E) Elin Glynne
        • m1. Owen ap Meyrick, of Bodeon
        • m2. Robert ap Meredydd, of Bronheulog
        • (F) Elizabeth Glyyne
        • m1. Rhys ap Evan ap Hwlkin
        • m2. Gruffydd ap William ap Madog Vychan, of Llwynduryn
        • (G)+ other issue - Morris (d 1525, Archdeacon of Merioneth, rector of Llaniestyn etc.), William (d 1557, archdeacon of Anglesey, rector of Clynnog etc.), John (dsp after 07.1534), Simon
      • m2. Jane Puleston (dau. of John Puleston Hen, m2. Sir William Griffith of Penrhyn)
        • (K) William Glynne of Lleuar (Serjeant-at-arms)
        • m1. Grace Vielleville (dau. of Sir Rowland Vielleville, illegitimate son of King Henry VII)
        • m2. Grace Mostyn (dau of Thomas Mostyn, m2 Lewis Lloyd)
  • From: http://stirnet.com/genie/data/british/gg/glynne1.php#con4
  • John Puleston 'Hen' of Hafod y Wern & Bersham
  • m1. Elin Whitney (dau. of Robert Whitney ap Sir Robert)
    • 1. Sir John Puleston of Bersham, Constable of Carnarvon Castle (d 1551)
    • m1. Gaynor (dau. of Robert ap Meredydd ap Hwlkin Lloyd, of Glyn Llifon)
      • A. Robert Puleston of Bersham
      • m. Ellin Williams (dau of William Williams of Cochwillan)
      • B. Rowland Puleston of Carnarvon (4th son)
      • m. Annes (dau of Rowland Griffith of Plas Newydd)
      • C. Elizabeth Puleston
      • m. John Wynn ap Hugh, of Bodfel
      • D. Sibyl Puleston
      • m. Ellis ap William Lloyd, of Rhiwaedog
      • E. Elin Puleston
      • m. Morris ap Eliza, of Clenenney
      • F. Jane Puleston
      • m1. Edward Griffith of Penrhyn
      • m2. Rhys Thomas of Aber
      • G. Margaret Puleston
      • m. William Lewis of Presaddfed
      • H.+ other issue (dsp) - John, William
    • m2. Jonet (dau of Meredydd ap Ifan ap Robert, of Cesall Gyfarch)
      • J. Hugh Puleston
      • m. Margaret (dau/heir of Llwyn y Cnotiau)
      • K. Jane Puleston
      • m. Rhys Wynn
      • L. Ann Puleston
      • m. Edward Conwy
      • M. Margaret Puleston
      • m. _ Royden
    • 2. Elizabeth Puleston
    • m1. Sir Roger Salesbury of Llyweni
    • m2. John Wynne of Melai (a 1577)
    • 3. daughter
    • m1. John Eyton Vaugan of Rusbon
    • m2. John Erddig of Erddig
    • 4.+ other issue - Robert, Hugh (d 1566?, vicar of Wrexham), Richard, Lancelot
  • m2. Alice Lewis (d 1480, dau of Hugh Lewis of Presadfesdd)
    • 8. John Puleston of Tir Mon, later of Hafod y Wern
    • m. Catherine Stanley (dau of Piers Stanley of Ewlo Castle)
  • Griffith shows the following Jane twice, under both Elin Whitney & Alice Lewis. Accordingly, we are not sure who was her mother.
    • 9 Jane Puleston
    • m1. Robert Ap Meredydd, of Glynlliffon (ap Hwlkin Lloyd)
    • m2. (1520) Sir William Griffith of Penrhyn
  • From: http://stirnet.com/genie/data/british/pp/puleston3.php#top
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Sian (Jane) Puleston's Timeline

1479
1479
Bersham, Denbighshire, Wales, (Present UK)
1520
1520
Age 41
Llandegai, Caernarvonshire, , Wales
1530
1530
Age 51
Penrhyn, Anglesey, Wales, (Present UK)
1530
Age 51
Wales, United Kingdom
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