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POLA

In the time of King Henry I (died 1135) South Pool Manor, Devon, was held by Nicholas Pola, who was (perhaps) the grandson of the "William" who was sub-tenant at the Domesday Survey at this manor to Judichael of Totnes. This "William" also held nearby Leigh in Harberton, and Combe in South Pool.

[POOL351] William I de Pola m. ?
. [POOL361] Nicholas I de Pola m. ?
. . [POOL371] Nicholas II de Pola m. ?
. . . [POOL381] William II de Pola m. ?
. . . . [POOL392] Johanna de Pola m. [BRIA391] Guy III de Brian

[POOL351] William I de Pola [born c.1080].

[POOL361] Nicholas I de Pola [born c.1105].

[POOL371] Nicholas II de Pola [born c.1130].

[POOL381] William II de Pola [born c.1168].

[POOL392] Johanna de Pola (born c.1202, daughter of William II) married [BRIA391] Guy III de Brian adomarus (born c.1202, see BRYAN).