Anthony Poe,Yeoman Of Papplewick (b. Abt. 1540, d. 1612)
Anthony Poe,Yeoman Of Papplewick (son of Richard Poe, Jr. and Unknown Spouse)753 was born Abt. 1540 in Papplewick, Nottinghamshire, England, and died 1612 in City of York, Yorkshire, England.He married Alice Frost on 1575 in Cloghan, Kingsa, England. Notes for Anthony Poe,Yeoman Of Papplewick: June 12, 1593 Gamekeeper in Sherwood Forest in the early 1600's Papplewich, Nottinghamshire/Derbyshire Migrated to Ireland in the 1640's MANOR PAPPLEWICK WILL DATED 5 JAN 1606, PROVED 8 OCT. 1612 Bewley: p. 15. The testator died some time in or prior to the year 1612, and on the 8th October, 1612, probate of his will was duly granted by the Prerogative Court of York to his widow and relict, Alice Poe, otherwise Frost. p.3 Amongest the tenants of the manor of Papplewick, in January, 1605-6, was Anthony Poe, yeoman. He was the father of five sons, three of whom, viz., William, Thomas, and Anthony, settled in Ireland in connection with the Plantation of Ulster, and afterwards served with distinction in the Parliamentary Army. William, the eldest son, settled in the County Tyrone, and afterwards resided for some time at Derrymore, in the County Fermanagh, to which he gave the name of Manor Poe. He attained the rank of Major in the Parliamentary Army in England; led an eventful life. Thomas, the third son, settled in County Fermanagh. He became a lieutenant in the Parliamentary Army, in Ireland, and was the progenitor of the Tipperary branch of the Poe family with all its ramifications. Anthony, fifth son, settled in County Tyrone, and was afterwards a Captain in the Parliamentary Army, both in England and Ireland. He was founder of the family seated in County Louth. Bewley - Anthony Poe: Yeoman (farmer) of Papplewick, Nottinghamshire will was dated 5 January 1605/6 and proved 8 October 1612. He married Alice Frost and he died in 1612 having 3 daughters and 5 sons: William of Derrymore (Manor Poe) d. 1678, Anthony of Skreen Co. Meath, John (the second son who inherited the lands at Papplewick), Richard and the third son. Lt. Thomas Poe: of Cloghan, Kings Co. Ireland. .. the testator died some time in or prior to the year 1612. Anthony Poe no doubt perceived that his eldest son William was of a roving, adventurous disposition and not likely to settle down quietly in Papplewick. He treated his second son John, therefore, as his probably successor in his farm. Edward Poe, named in the Ulster Muster Roll of 1630, is some relative of Anthony Poe and his brothers. And Edward Poe of Gedling, in Nottinghamshire, is mentioned in the bill filed by Simon Poe, Sr., on 1 May 1668. Irish Landed Gentry Soldiers of the Commonwealth, in Ireland Page 420 Appendix Name and County Poe, Thomas Tipperary The earliest trace of Poes in Scotland was at Irving, where, in 1540, the church of Irving received a grant of land in the name of Thome Powa. The spelling is Irish and appeared also in Ayrshire in 1540. Varients were Poe, Poa, Pole, Powell, and Pooe, until after 1760, when it was fixed in Ayrshire as Poe. In 1667, a number of Scots were forced to leave Scotland following the Pentland Rising (Rullion Green) in 1666. In the Dundonald records, a David Poe in Polkelly, on a farm bordering Fenwick and Stewarton, seven miles from Irvine. On November 21, 1666 he was with others, declared an outlaw by the King's Herald. On December 4, 1666, this proclamation was read at the Market Cross in the parish church of Irvine. David Poe and others became fugatives, hunted covenanters, hiding in Ayrshire. They were never arrested, but the King had them tried in absence on evidence of witnesses and sentenced them to be hanged. David Poe escaped to Ireland. On October 1, 1667, the King's pardon was granted to all who had taken part in the late rebellion, but with special exception of David Poe. In the early 1600's William, Thomas and Anthony, of Papplewick, North-Hamptonshire, England, and near kinsmen of Dr. Leonard Poe, settled in County Tyrone, Ireland. Anthony retained his Tyrone lands and acquired interest in Sudborough Estates in County Fermanagh, Ireland, which he named Manor Poe. In the 1640's, William and Anthony served as Captains in the Parliamentary Army; William in Cromwell's regiment. With the rank of Major, he returned to Ireland in 1673, and he died without sons, in 1675. For Anthony's service in Ireland, he obtained grants of forfeited estates under the Cromwell Settlement and founded Poe Court in County Louth, Ireland. Thomas stood losses in the 1641 Rebellion, served Cromwell's forces in Ireland, received land grants in Tipparary, and founded several families of Irish Poes. In the rebellion of 1641, John Dromgoole of Dromgoolestown was slain on May 1st. He had been son and heir of Michael Dromgoole who had died on October 29th, 1624, leaving him a Castle, 6 messuages, 2 mills, 1 pigeon house and 120 acres of Land. In 1650 this was all confiscated by Oliver Cromwell who called it Poes Court, in favour of the family later to become famous for their descendant Edgar Allen Poe, the American Poet. Happily the Dromgoole family recovered their properties in Dromgoolestown some ten years later and continued flax milling in the district. More About Anthony Poe,Yeoman Of Papplewick and Alice Frost: Marriage: 1575, Cloghan, Kingsa, England. Children of Anthony Poe,Yeoman Of Papplewick and Alice Frost are:
+Richard Poe, b. date unknown, County Donegal, Ireland.