~1280, William Poulet born in England, s/o 2494528. Sir Walter Paulet.
1316, William de Paulet, Lord of Paulet, Stretchill, and Walpole, Somerset. (S) Norman People, King, 1874, P355.
1321, William’s father died.
1321, Indenture, Abbot of Glastenbiry and William Powlet touching lands in Legh ... for the mariage of John Powlet within age. (S) Coll.’s ... Devon, Pole, 1791, P210.
1/24/1327, Edward III succeeded Edward II as King of England.
12/2/1328, Agreement. Between the Prior of Bruton and William de Poulet. That William has done homage and fealty to the Prior for the land and tenements which he holds of the Prior in Cherleton Adam and Cherleton Makerel, and upon this the Prior grants common for 14 cattle and 40 sheep in Cherleton Adam and Cherleton Makerel according to the writings of "Willam le fitz Adam de Cherleton" and "Adam le fitz Willam fitz et heir Willam le fitz Adam de Ch'leton" and "Willam le fitz Willam fitz Adam de Ch'leton" made of them to Thomase wife of William de Poulet, and if the number of cattle and sheep exceeds 14 and 40 the Prior may enpark the animals. (S) UKNA.
6/11/1331, “Agreement, indented. Between the Prior of Brutone and William de Poulet. William and wife Thomase are to grant by fine … manor of Cherlton Adam [Charlton Adam, Somerset], which were granted to the ancestors of Thomase by "Willam le fitz Adam de Cherlton" and "Adam le fitz Willam fitz et heir Willam le fitz Adam de Cherltone" and "Willam le fitz Willam fitz Adam de Cherltone" …, in the presence of ... John de Poulet …” (S) UKNA, Devon Records.
By 1332, John de Perham's son and heir John, a minor in the king’s ward, and brother of was Thomasia, died.
7/20/1332, To escheator in cos. Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, and Dorset. Order not to intermeddle further with the lands of John son and heir of John de Perham … Thomasia, his sister, is his next heir and is of full age. (S) CCRs.
6/23/1340, Feoffment with warranty. John de Popham to ... Richard de Coker ... appurtenances in Cherlton Adam and Cherlton Makerel in the hundred of Somerton ... between the land of the Prior and Convent of Bruton and the land of William de Paulet, ... (S) UKNA.
1346, Humphrey de Kail and William Paulet jointly held ¼ fee in Charlton Adam.
1348, Humphrey de Kail presented to the chantry of the Holy Ghost at Charlton.
6/1348, The Plague reached Dorset, and had spread across England by the end of 1349.
1348, Humphrey de Kail died, succeeded by his son William, who died the same year, leaving a son John a minor.
1349, William presented twice to the Chapel of the Holy Gost at Charlton.
7/16/1349, Commission to … John Poulet, William Poulet, … to levy in the county of Somerset the 15th and 10th … (S) CFRs.
Bef. 1353, Wiliam of Rowde in Somerset died.
(S) Peerage of England, Collins, 1812, P368. (S) Hist of Somerset, V3, 1974, Charlton Adam.
· Early 1200s, William son of Adam held one fee in Charlton Adam. By 1249, he had been succeeded by his son William. 1258, William Fitz Adam sold his manor of Charlton Adam to Bruton priory for 120m.
Child of William and ?:
i. John Paulet (623632), born ~1305 in Somerset, England.