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[PAYN331] Gervase Paganell m. ? . [PAYN341] William Paynel of Les Moutiers-Hubert m. Lesceline . . [PAGN351] Ralph Pagnel, Sheriff of Yorkshire m2. Maud possibly de Surdeval . . [PAYN351] Fulk Paynel m. [ANSC352] probably Beatrice Anscough . . . [PAYN362] Ralph Paynel, Governor of Nottingham Castle m. ? . . . . [PAYN372] Hawise Paynel m1. [SOME441] John de Somery
[PAYN331] Gervase Paganell.
[PAYN341] William Paynel, of Les Moutiers-Hubert and Hambye, married Lesceline. He died c.1081-87.
[PAGN351] Ralph Pagnel (2nd son of William), of Les Moutiers-Hubert, Hambye and Drax, is dealt with below under RALPH PAGNEL.
[PAYN351] Fulk I Paynel (son of William) is believed to have married [ANSC352] Beatrice FitzAnscough (daughter & heiress of William FitzAnsculf of Dudley, see ANSCULF). He died (1130-38).
[PAYN362] Ralph Paynel (son & heir of Fulk) was one of the rebels against King Stephen, holding Dudley Castle against him (1138). He married Agnes (or Hawise) de Ferrers (though it is elsewhere suggested that her family may only have been tenants of a Ferrers). He was Governor of Nottingham Castle (1140).
[PAYN372] Hawise (daughter of Ralph) married [SOME441] John (see SOMERY); then 2. Roger de Berkeley.
[PAYN341] William Paynel of Les Moutiers-Hubert m. Lesceline . [PAGN351] Ralph Pagnel, Sheriff of Yorkshire m2. Maud possibly de Surdeval . . [PAGN361] Fulk Pagnel of Carlton m. ? . . . [PAGN372] Agnes m. [BRUC441] Lord Robert I of Annandale
[PAGN351] Ralph Pagnel (2nd son of [PAYN341] William, see earlier), of Les Moutiers-Hubert, Hambye and Drax, Sheriff of Yorkshire (1088-c.93), married 1. Emma of Dolton, Devon, (widow of William d'Avranches, and daughter of Baldwin FitzGilbert, see OKEHAMPTON, Seigneur def Meules et du Sap, Lord of Okehampton); then 2. Maud (probably daughter of Richard de Surdeval). He died c.1128-29.
[PAGN361] Fulk Pagnel (suggested son of Ralph & Maud) of Carlton.
[PAGN372] Agnes (daughter of Fulk) married [BRUC441] Robert de Brus (see ANNANDALE LORDSHIP).