Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart)

(13 January 1670 - 20 June 1714)
     Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) was christened on 13 January 1670 in St Columb Major, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin.      
Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) was the Member of Parliament between 1689 and 1695 for Helston, Cornwall.
     Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) married Mary de la Hay, daughter of Peter de la Hay, on 22 May 1695 in St George's chapel, New Windsor, Berkshire. Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) was Sheriff of Cornwall in 1704/5.
     John died on 20 June 1714 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, aged 44. He was buried on 24 June 1714 in Crowan.
     His will was proved on 29 October 1722.

Children of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay

Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart)

(5 July 1700 - before 23 August 1744)
     Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) was born on 5 July 1700 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) was christened on 16 July 1700 in Crowan.
     St Aubyn v St Aubyn: Bill, two answers and depositions. Plaintiffs: Peter St Aubyn, James St Aubyn, Mary St Aubyn and Martha St Aubyn spinsters (younger children of Sir John St Aubyn bart deceased of Clavance, Cornwall) by Dame Mary St Aubyn widow their mother. Defendants: Sir John St Aubyn bart, Dame Mary St Aubyn widow, Sir Robert Vyvyan bart, Francis Bassett esq and Robert Hooker esq gent.
     John matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, from 12 June 1718 to 1721. He gained a Master of Arts, 19 July 1721.      
Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) was the Member of Parliament from 1722 to 1744 for Cornwall.
     Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) married Catherine Morice on 3 October 1725 in St James, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. It was also registered at Werrington.
     Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) made a will dated 25 July 1740. Copy will and administration, Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance. - confirmation of marriage settlement of 1725; if no male heirs, lands to be charged with payment of £10,000 for testator's bro. James and heirs, then testator's eldest dau. Cath., and heirs, then 2nd dau. May, then 3rd dau. Margt., then 4th dau. Barbara;
Heir to take surname of St. Aubyn, using Clowance as chief residence; men whom his daus. marry shall as they inherit estate take name of St. Aubyn (refusal to do so - disinherited); after daus. families, estates to cousin Godolphin Arundel Crocker St. Aubyn, then cousin Jas. St. Aubyn
- £500 to each dau. living at his death, with income settled on them by marriage settlement.
- £50 to poor of Crowan.
Exor: son Jn. St. Aubyn, an infant of 13 yrs; trustees to be bro.-in-law Sir Wm. Morice, Sir Wm. Carew and Sir Jn. Molesworth during minority.
     John died of fever before 23 August 1744 in Pencarrow, Cornwall. He was buried on 23 August 1744 in Crowan.
     His will was proved on 9 May 1745 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Sir John St Aubin, Clowance, Cornwall.

Children of Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) and Catherine Morice

Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart)

(11 November 1726 - 12 October 1772)
     Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) was christened on 11 November 1726 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) and Catherine Morice.
     John matriculated at Oriel College, Oxford University, on 19 October 1744. He was awarded a Master of Arts 1 July 1747.
     Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) married Elizabeth Wingfield on 4 June 1756 in St James, Soho, Westminster. By special licence in her father's house in St James Place. She married secondly 5 October 1782, John Baker of Orsett, Essex..
     Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) made a will dated 21 February 1760.
     John died on 12 October 1772 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, aged 45. His memorial inscription states that he was aged nearly 47. He was buried on 3 November 1772 in Crowan.
     His will was proved in 1772 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Sir John St. Aubyn Clowan , Cornwall.

Children of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) and Elizabeth Wingfield

Sir John St Aubyn (5th Bart)

(17 May 1758 - 10 August 1839)
     Sir John St Aubyn (5th Bart) was born on 17 May 1758 in Golden Square, Soho, Westminster, Middlesex. He was baptised the same day [17th] at St James Westminster. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) and Elizabeth Wingfield.
     In Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart)'s will dated 21 February 1760, Sir John St Aubyn (5th Bart) was named as heir.
     Sir John St Aubyn (5th Bart) made a will dated 1839. The Cornwall Record Office holds a copy of the will: Sir Jn. St. Aubyn of Clowance, - burial in family vault at Crowan
- recite 1796 deed of settlement, Sir Jn. St. Aubyn to Thos. Ker of South Molton Street, London, and rev. Jn. Molesworth of St. Breock, all lands in Stoke Damerel and Eggbuckland, Devon, for 1500 years, in trust for testator's sister, Mrs. Ann White; to raise out of rents £260 yearly for her use, after her death to raise £6500 as portions for her children;
Settlement "is alleged to be" lost; sister still alive, all children over 21; she has received her annuity, but £6500 not paid; in order to prevent loss, testator declares this to be a valid charge on his estate
- recites marriage settlement of s. Rev. Wm. Jn. St. A. and testator's niece Dorothy Anne Lennard, which makes "sufficient and proper" provision for them; Wm. only to receive £100 and same for his wife
- w. Dame Juliana £1000 and £2000 annuity
- £500 annuity to each person "who after the decease of my natural son James St. Aubyn of Lincolns Inn... would be tenant for life of my estates"
- servants living with him at his death, one year's wages
- sister Cath. Molesworth, a silver embossed tankard partly gilt, presented to Sir Wm. Morice by the states of Lubeck at the Restoration, requesting her to "take care the same shall as far as in her power follow the entail of my Cornish estates".
- all letters, private papers and books not relating to estate, all boxes, drawers and cases at Clowance, St. Michael's Mount, or Shortgrove Hall, Essex, to be inspected by wife or s. Edw; if not necessary for use of trustees and exors., not family papers or vouchers, to be immediately destroyed
- dau. Hebe Eliz. Prideaux, one share dated 1787 in the Earl of Cork's tontine
- similar shares to dau. Mary Morice and s. Jas.
- similar shares to trustees for s. Rob. Thos. St. A., and for dau. Eliz., w. of col. Wm. Knollys
- daus. Eliz. Knollys and Cath., w. of Geo. Darner Parnell, the organ at Shortgrove Hall, and all other musical instruments except the organs at Clowance and St. Michael's Mount
- all plate, jewels and trinkets (except those to which testator is entitled by wills of father and grandfather), all clocks, watches, snuff-boxes, linen, china, glass, wines, marble and plaster busts, glass and sulphur impressions of gems and coins, "all the bronzes I brought from Paris and Italy", all portraits, "a Picture of the Virgin and Child supposed to be painted by Vandyck", all household goods, to wife; also all books in which her name is written; all prints in the portfolio; plate of her choice to value of £1000
- children to have whatever has their names on
- wife to live if she wishes at Shortgrove Hall, Essex, for remainder of 21 yr. lease.
- rest of estate to wm. wingfield, Wm. Grylls and Edw. St. Aubyn, after payment of debts and legacies, in trust for son Jas. St. A. and his heirs, then to s. Edw. and his heirs, etc., each heir to take name and aims of St. Aubyn
Codicils: alteration of financial bequests, 1835.
£300 worth of wine only for w; tankard to s. of Cath. Molesworth, now decd., 1838.
Additional leagacies to family and servants, 1839.
     John died on 10 August 1839 in Putney Hill, Surrey, aged 81. He died without legitimate issue, having married at 64 on 1 July 1822 at St Andrew Holborn, Juliana Vinnicombe (whi died 14 June 1856 aged 87). They had 6 sons and 2 daughter between 1794 & 1811, all illegitimate. He was buried in Crowan, Cornwall.

Sir John St Aubyn (Bart)

(6 April 1645 - before 24 June 1687)
     Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) was christened on 6 April 1645 in St Andrew, Plymouth, Devon. He was the son of John St Aubyn and Catherine Godolphin.
     John matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford University, on 17 July 1663.
     Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) married Anne Jenkin, daughter of James or Peter Jenkyn, on 14 November 1665 in St Columb Major, Cornwall, England. 2 November 1665 - Release of property by John St Aubyn of Clowance, to Sir John Arundell and others, in connection with marriage between John St Aubyn junior and Anne Jenkin, heir of Peter Jenkin, late of Trekinnyn, esquire, deceased.      
Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) was a Member of Parliament. John was created a baronet on 11 December 1671.
     Administration of the estate of John St Aubyn was granted to Sir John St Aubyn (Bart), on 20 August 1684 Administration of his estate was granted to his son John.
     He was named in the will of his sister Catherine in 1687.
     John died before 24 June 1687 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was buried on 24 June 1687 in Crowan.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Anne Jenkin on 27 June 1687. Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) was buried on 24 June 1690 in Crowan.

Children of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin

John de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

(after 1279 - )
     John de Sancto Albino St Aubyn was born after 1279. He was the fourth son. He was the son of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell. John, the clerk of court, recorded the deed transfer between an unknown person and an unknown person on 3 July 1318. Feet of fines V.11 #1067 3 July 1618: Isabella de Sancto Albino & Joan sisters & heirs of Mauger, son of Mauger de S.A., 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.
     John de Sancto Albino St Aubyn lived at Parracombe, Devon, 1330. He married Joan and from them descend the St Aubyns of Devon.

Margaret St Aubyn

(circa 1617 - after 1685/86)
     Margaret St Aubyn was born circa 1617 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. She was aged 3 at the 1620 Visitation, but she is not listed at Crowan. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.
     Margaret died after 1685/86.

Margaret St Aubyn

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

Margaret St Aubyn (Basset)

(5 August 1730 - )
     Margaret died in England. She was born on 5 August 1730 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) and Catherine Morice. Margaret St Aubyn (Basset) was christened on 21 September 1730 in Crowan, CON.
     Margaret St Aubyn (Basset) was mentioned in the will of Sir John St Aubyn (4th Bart) dated 21 February 1760.

Margaret St Aubyn (Trethurfe)

     Margaret died in Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn.

Margery St Aubyn (Penrose)

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

Martha St Aubyn

(12 December 1739 - June 1787)
     Martha St Aubyn was christened on 12 December 1739 in Wokingham, Berkshire. She was described as the niece of Sir John in most documents. She was the daughter of Capt James St Aubyn and Christian Unknown (St Aubyn).
     Martha St Aubyn married George Dunbar as his second wife, on 3 November 1767 in St Paul, Dublin, Ireland. On 1767 Nov 29 newspapers reported that Geo Dunbar, member for Gowran, in Ireland to Miss St Aubyn, niece to Sir John, and, George Dunbar, M.P. for borough of Gowran, married Miss St Aubyn, niece of Sir John St Aubyn, MP for co. Cornwall.
     Martha St Aubyn and George Dunbar obtained a marriage licence on 3 November 1767 in Dublin, Ireland. George Dunbar of the city of Dublin, Esq. & Martha St Aubyn of parish of St Peter, spinster.
     Martha died in June 1787 in 'Griesebank', Ballitore, Kildare, Ireland, aged 47.

Child of Martha St Aubyn and George Dunbar

Martha St Aubyn

(8 October 1705 - before 15 January 1770)
     Martha St Aubyn was born on 8 October 1705 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was described as the second daughter.. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Martha St Aubyn was christened on 14 October 1705 in Crowan.
     St Aubyn v St Aubyn: Bill, two answers and depositions. Plaintiffs: Peter St Aubyn, James St Aubyn, Mary St Aubyn and Martha St Aubyn spinsters (younger children of Sir John St Aubyn bart deceased of Clavance, Cornwall) by Dame Mary St Aubyn widow their mother. Defendants: Sir John St Aubyn bart, Dame Mary St Aubyn widow, Sir Robert Vyvyan bart, Francis Bassett esq and Robert Hooker esq gent.
     A Martha St Aubyn, spinster, aged 30 in 1745 took out an annuity and died in 1770 at Delahay St, Westminster.
     Martha died before 15 January 1770 in Delahay St, Soho, Westminster. She was buried on 15 January 1770 in St Margaret, Westminster.
     Her will was proved in 1770 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Martha St. Aubyn Spinster Saint Margaret Westminster , Middlesex.

Mary St Aubyn

(9 April 1698 - before 7 August 1729)
     Mary St Aubyn was born on 9 April 1698 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Mary St Aubyn was christened on 15 April 1698 in Crowan.
     Mary St Aubyn and Capt James St Aubyn, Mary de la Hay and Peter St Aubyn were mentioned from 1714 to 1715.
     Mary St Aubyn made a will dated 18 June 1729.
     Mary died before 7 August 1729 in Mickleham, Surrey. She was buried on 7 August 1729 in Mickleham.
     Her will was proved on 25 February 1729/30 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Will of Mary St. Aubyn Spinster Saint Margaret Westminster, Middlesex.

Mary St Aubyn

(say 1765 - )
     Mary St Aubyn was born say 1765. She was the daughter of John St Aubyn.

Mary St Aubyn (Buller)

(12 February 1728/29 - )
     Mary died in Morval, Cornwall, England. She was born on 12 February 1728/29 in Crowan, Cornwall. She was the daughter of Sir John St Aubyn (3rd Bart) and Catherine Morice. Mary St Aubyn (Buller) was christened on 14 March 1728/29 in Crowan, CON.

Sir Mauger St Aubyn

( - 1291)
     Sir Mauger St Aubyn was born in England. He was the son of Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubyn.
     25 Nov 1261 Mauger de Sancto Albino v. Maurice de Northwood & Isabella his wife) re Little Braye (in Charles). Mauger paid them 30 marks of silver.
     Sir Mauger St Aubyn married Isabella Pidekswell before 1279 in England.
     Sir Mauger St Aubyn lived at Pidekswell, Devon.
     He was summoned to perform Knights services in person against the Welsh in 1283.
     Mauger died in 1291 in Devon. He was buried in 1291 in Georgeham, Devon. He was the subject of an Inquisition Post Mortem held 22 Edward I.

Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

Child of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

     Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn was the son of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn.
     He was living temp 33 Hen III, 1248.
     Feet of fines no. 616, 25 November 1261: Mauger de Sancto Albino (Maurice de Northwood & Isabella his wife) re Little Braye (in Charles)... Mauger paid them 30 marks of silver..

Child of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

(circa 1279 - )
     Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn was born circa 1279 in Cornwall. He was aged 12 at death of his father, in ward of the King. He was the son of Sir Mauger St Aubyn and Isabella Pidekswell. Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn was the heir of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn at the Inquisition Post Mortem held 22 Edward I.
     He was witness to a deed of Sir Wm Bathe, Sheriff of Devon, 1324, and Lord of Colebrook.

Child of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

Nicholas St Aubyn

(circa 1616 - 24 November 1635)
     Nicholas St Aubyn was born circa 1616 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall. He was aged 4 at 1620 Visitation, but note that his sister was also 4! There are no extant registers for 1616. He was the son of John St Aubyn and Katherine Arundell.
     Nicholas died on 24 November 1635 in England. He was buried in All Hallows, Barking, Essex.

Peter St Aubyn

(say 1670 - before 8 May 1677)
     Living at St Michael's Mount 18 June 1729. His son John died young.
. Peter St Aubyn was born say 1670 in Cornwall, England. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (Bart) and Anne Jenkin.
     Peter died before 8 May 1677 in St Columb Major, Cornwall, England. He was buried on 8 May 1677 in St Columb Major, CON, ENG.

Peter St Aubyn

(17 January 1702/3 - before 4 September 1729)
     Peter St Aubyn was born on 17 January 1702/3 in Crowan, Cornwall. He was the son of Sir John St Aubyn (2nd Bart) and Mary de la Hay. Peter St Aubyn was christened on 2 February 1702/3 in Crowan, CON.
     Peter St Aubyn and Capt James St Aubyn, Mary St Aubyn and Mary de la Hay were mentioned from 1714 to 1715.
     Peter died before 4 September 1729 in Crowan, CON. He was buried on 4 September 1729 in Crowan, CON.

Peter St Aubyn

     Peter St Aubyn was born in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, England. He was the son of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Elizabeth Kemyell.
     He was living in 1450..

Peter St Aubyn

( - before 1479)
     Peter St Aubyn was born in Cornwall, England. He was the second son.. He was the son of Thomas St Aubyn and Maud or Matilda Trenowith.
     Peter died before 1479.

Phelyp St Aubyn

( - 25 December)
     Phelyp St Aubyn was born in England. She was the daughter of Thomas St Aubyn and Mary Grenville.
     Phelyp died on 25 December in England. My daughter Phelyp died Christmas day..

Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

     Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubyn was the son of Mauger de Sancto Albino St Aubyn.
     ... Stephen de Sancto Albino, tenant & ... Between David de Pentyr & Simona his wife, plaintiffs & Stephen de Sancto Alnbino, David in Simona's place, as to the manor or Martinhoe, Steven acknowledges the whole of the manor to be the right of Simona. For this David & Simona granted the same to Stephen. Stephen paid 12 marks of silver.
     In the time of Henry III, he held Henstridge in Berynarbor, co. Devon.
     Stephen died in Devon, England.
     A Stephen St Aubyn had a brother John (feet of fines 1318) but this is too late to be this one.

Child of Stephen de Sancto Albino St Aubyn

Thomas St Aubyn

(circa 1543 - 27 March 1626)
     Thomas St Aubyn was born circa 1543 in Cornwall, England. He was the son of John St Aubyn and Blanch Whittington.
     Thomas St Aubyn married Zenobia Mallet, daughter of John Mallet, on 25 July 1570 in Woodleigh, Devon.
     He signed the 1620 Cornish Visitation.
     Thomas died on 27 March 1626 in Clowance, Crowan, Cornwall, England.

Children of Thomas St Aubyn and Zenobia Mallet

Thomas St Aubyn

( - circa 1512)
     Thomas St Aubyn was born. He is called John in the Godolphin (Trenouth) pedigree.. He was the son of Geoffrey St Aubyn and Alice Tremere.
     Thomas St Aubyn married Maud or Matilda Trenowith, daughter of John Trenouth (of Fentongollan).
     Thomas died circa 1512.

Children of Thomas St Aubyn and Maud or Matilda Trenowith

Thomas St Aubyn

( - after 1545)
     Thomas St Aubyn was born in Cornwall.
     He was co-heir of his maternal grandfather.. He was the son of Thomas St Aubyn and Maud or Matilda Trenowith.
     Thomas St Aubyn married Mary Grenville, daughter of Sir Thomas Grenville. Thomas St Aubyn was the heir of Thomas St Aubyn at the Inquisition Post Mortem held 15 Hen VIII (1523). Or is this meant to be Henry VII - 1499?. He was the Sheriff of Cornwall in 1545. He was sheriff in the 37th year of the reign of Henry VIII.
     Thomas died after 1545 in Cornwall.