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Isham Esau Matlock - 1782 in Virginia & Nancy Ellen Haile - abt 1787
daughter of:
Meshack Haile - abt 1738 Mary Caroll Buckingham from Baltimore County, Maryland - abt 1764
son of:
George Haile - abt 1712  & 
Elizabeth Chaffinch - abt 1715  

son of:
George Haile, Sr. & Emmet Unknown
son of:
Nicholas Haile II -
1656 & Frances Garrett  - abt 1678
daughter of:
Dennis Garrett
- 1650  in Baltimore, Md & Barbara Stone - b: bef 1660 in Charles Co., Md - (grand daughter of:  William Stone  - 3rd Govenor of Maryland - 1603 in North Hampton, England - d: 1660 & Verlinda Graves - bef 1620 in Lynn, Essex, Maryland - d: abt 1675 in Lynn, Essex, Maryland - daughter of:  Captain Thomas Graves - Capt. Thomas Graves was a member of the First Legislative Assembly in America, and, with Mr. Walter Shelley, sat for Smythe's Hundred when they met at Jamestown, Virginia on July 30, 1619.  His name appears on a monument to the first House of Burgesses which stands at Jamestown today.
William Stone  - 3rd Govenor of Maryland
William Stone  - 3rd Govenor of Maryland
son of: 
Francis Garrett - abt 1610 in England & Mary Dennis - abt 1615 in England
She was a passenger sailed on the ship:  Thomas and John in June 1635 from Gravesend, England to Virginia at the age of 25. They were married soon after she arrived
daughter of:
Sir Thomas Dennis (Denys) b: abt 1568 in 
Of Holcombe Burn,Bicton,Devon,England - shareholder in the Virginia Company as of abt 1621 - died: 1621 in England & Anne Powlett
Son of Sir Robert Denys, MP, of Holcombe and Margaret Dennis -
(Father also of:  
Anne Rolle
Brother of Philippa Drake; Marjory Phillips; Arthur Dennis; Margaret Phillips; Elizabeth Dennis and 4 others
Half brother of Anne Chichester and Gertrude Arundell
Research - 1
daughter of:
William Powlett - 4th Marquis of Winchester - d: 1613 &  Lady Lucy Cecil was the daughter of Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter and Dorothy Neville.1 She marriedWilliam Paulett, 4th Marquess of Winchester, son of William Paulett, 3rd Marquess of Winchester and Hon. AgnesHoward, on 28 February 1586/87.1 She died in October 1614.
son of
William Paulet, 3rd Marquess of Winchester and Anne or Agnes Howard - daughter of William Howard, 1st Baron Howard of Effingham and his first wife, Katherine Broughton
son of
John Paulet, 2nd Marquess of Winchester - Kt (c.1510 - 4 Nov 1576) & his first wife, Elizabeth Willoughby
- daughter and co-heiress of Robert Willoughby, 2nd Baron Willoughby de Broke and Lady Dorothy Grey - daughter of: daughter of Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset and Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington

son of
William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester - Kt (c. 1483/1485 – 10 March 1572) & Elizabeth Capel - daughter of Sir William Capel, Lord Mayor of London in 1503
William Paulet known as The Lord St John between 1539 and 1550 and as The Earl of Wiltshire between 1550 and 1551, was an English Secretary of State and statesman.
 Lord Sir William Paulet 1st Marquess of Winchester

son of 

Sir John Paulet (1460 – 5 January 1525) of Basing Castle at Old Basing, near Basingstoke, in Hampshire and Nunney Castle in Somerset. & Alice Paulet - daughter of Sir William and Elizabeth (formerly Denebaud) Paulet.

Sir John Paulet  held a command against the Cornish rebels in 1497, was the head of a younger branch of an ancient Somerset family seated in the fourteenth century at Pawlett or Paulet and Road, close to Bridgwater, being the son of John Paulet and Elizabeth Roos. William's great-grandfather John Paulet acquired the Hampshire estates by his marriage with Constance Poynings, granddaughter and coheiress of Thomas Poynings, 5th Baron St John of Basing (d. 1428/1429).
William Paulet was High Sheriff of Hampshire in 1512, 1519, 1523, and again in 1527. Knighted before the end of 1525, he was appointed Master of the King's Wards in November 1526 and he appears in the Privy Council in the same year.[5]

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