The Paddock family: 6 Generations from Paul Paddoc to Priscilla (Paddock) Coffin

(Coastal families/Paddock branch)

1.  Paul Paddock and Francoise Traillour

* Paul PADDOC was born in 1507 in Le Cateau, France; died in 1589.
Paul married Francoise TRAILLOUR. They had the following children: ♥ John PADDOCK (b.1550).

NAME:
The family’s official surname changed from Paddoc to Paddock.
Source: The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.

* Francoise TRAILLOUR was born in 1519; died in 1607.
Source: The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.
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2.  John Paddock and Jane Jennings

* John PADDOCK was born in 1550 in Le Cateau, France.
John married Jane JENNINGS. They had the following children: ♥ Robert PADDOCK (b. 1584).
John became a Huguenot and fled to England in 1580, and then to Ireland, settling near Killany, Barony of Ardee, County Louth.{D1}

LIVELIHOOD:
He was a blacksmith.

DOCUMENTS:
Source:  The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.

* Jane JENNINGS was born in France.
Source: The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.

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3.  Robert Paddock and Mary Holmes

* Robert PADDOCK was born in 1584; died in 1650.
Robert married Mary HOLMES. They had the following children: ♥ Zachariah PADDOCK (b. 20
Mar 1636). Robert Paddock was the immigrant ancestor.

MARRIAGE:
Robert was married three times, each wife’s name was Mary.

LIVELIHOOD:
Like his father, Robert was a blacksmith and a Huguenot.
Source: The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.

* Mary HOLMES
Source:  The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.
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4.  Zachariah Paddock and Deborah Sears

* Zachariah PADDOCK was born on 20 Mar 1636 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA; died on 1 May 1727 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA.
Zachariah married Deborah SEARS in 1659. {D2} They had the following children: ♥ Nathanial PADDOCK (b. 22 Sep 1677), Zachariah PADDOCK.

LIVELIHOOD:
He was a deputy of the General Court in 1706.

DOCUMENTS:
1.  The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.
2. Americans of Royal Descent, 1883 by Charles H. Browning, now 7th Ed, 1986 reprint by Genealogical Publishing Co.;., Baltimore, MD, See pedigree of Mr. Theron Royal Woodward and his wife for lineage of Zachariah Paddock back to Emperor Charlemagne.
3. Source: The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.
4.  Colonial American Genealogical Library, #4 American Pedigrees 751 – 1500, LDS Library.

* Deborah SEARS was born in Sep 1639 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA; died on 17 Aug 1732 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA.

MARRIAGE:
Deborah Sears, is given as the daughter of Richard Sears and wife of  Zachariah Paddock. {D1}{D2} Deborah’s genealogy was traced in the category post: Genealogy/Old world/ From Royal Grace to frontier colonist.

DOCUMENTS:
1.  The Anderson Story by Mrs. C.J. Davis and others, printed in 1968, a 62 page family genealogy.
2.  Americans of Royal Descent, 1883 by Charles H. Browning, now 7th Ed, 1986 reprint by Genealogical Publishing Co.; Baltimore, MD, See the pedigree of Mr. Theron Royal Woodward.
3.  Colonial American Genealogical Library, #4 American Pedigrees 751 – 1500, LDS Library.
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[Internet image: Typical American colonial city and environs, ca 1700]

Nathanial Paddock and Ann Bunker

* Nathanial PADDOCK was born on 22 Sep 1677 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, MA to the family of Zachariah Paddock and Deborah Sears{D1}; died in Aug 1756.
Nathanial married Ann BUNKER on ABT 15 Oct 1706. They had the following children:  ♥Priscilla PADDOCK (b. 18 Sep 1722), Paul PADDOCK.

DOCUMENTS:
1.  One Hundred Sixty Allied Families by John O. Austin (1893) Reprinted 1982, Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore.
2.  Source: The Colonial Genealogist, pages 195-198.
3. Colonial American Genealogical Library, #4 American Pedigrees 751 – 1500, LDS Library.

* Ann BUNKER was born in 1686; died in 1767.

MARRIAGE:
The Estate Probate of Thomas Bunker, d. unmarried Sept 1721, names Ann Bunker, dau. of William, as wife of Nathanial Paddock.

Their daughter Priscilla Paddock, married William Coffin.
See category post: Genealogy/Coastal families/Coffin branch,  William Coffin and Priscilla Paddocks’s genealogy and life summary.

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