Old

Picton Chart

Discussion

Old Picton pedigree chart overview Refers to the Picton family as The "Advenae" meaning foreigner.
This very old Picton pedigree chart includes both Sir William Picton with his daughter Joan who was married to Sir John Wogan and Philip Picton with his wife Maud Dyer.


The following chart is created by Owen Picton based on the information from the old pedigree chart listing showing descendants for the start of the Picton line.

Part of this is similar to a listing by Celtic Royal Genealogy showing descendants of Philip Picton. This is part of the Celtic Royal Genealogy file created by Welsh academics on the Royal Tribes of Wales.

(Descendants from first Picton's)

There are a number of early written documents in Latin with wax seals containing Picton names in Pembrokeshire. These documents support the old early Picton pedigree documents and charts. This information is shown at an Early Known Picton List - Using sources listed as follows Ancient Picton Documents - (Mostly Written between 1276 and 1650)

William Picton is listed in four documents between 1276 and 1305.
David Picton is listed in three documents of Picton Castle between 129? and 130?.
William Picton is listed in fifteen documents between 1311 and 1344.
Thomas Picton is listed in two of Picton Castle documents in 1314.
Walter Picton is listed in three documents between 1315 and 1333.
Thomas Picton son of William is listed in sixteen documents between 1332 and 1371.
Philip Picton is listed in one document in 1337.
Amy Picton wife of William Picton is listed in two documents about 1333 and another date.
John Picton of Haverfordwest is listed in three documents between 1371 and 1379.
William and Eleanor Picton are listed in seven documents between 1379 and 1385.
John Picton an archer solder is listed in twelve documents between 1371 and 1397.
Nicholas Picton an archer and man at arms solder is listed in three documents between 1387 and 1388.

The above chart shows Joan Picton, the daughter of Sir William Picton married to Sir John Wogan which is supported by the old Picton pedigree chart. There has been much confusion about the genealogy of these three people in the past or even if they ever existed. There are documents written by William Picton between 1276 and 1305.  Also note that Picton Castle is named Picton Castle and this Picton family is the most likely reason. I think the confusion comes from there being another William Picton whose daughter is Joan Picton married to a John Wogan at a later date as shown in the following below chart created by Owen Picton.



(Descendants for the second Joan Picton)

The second above chart matches up with the Descendants of Adam Dyer chart where the same William Picton is married to Elizabeth Meline. Also notice on this second chart, there was a Margaret Dyer married to Sir Henry Wogan of Milton. Going back to the Maud Dyer page - wife of Philip Picton that shows the Dyer genealogy, there is a Dyer descendant chart and it has this same Margaret Dyer married to Sir Henry Wogan of Milton. This second chart also agrees with the Celtic Royal Genealogy file created by Welsh academics on the Royal Tribes of Wales. The Celtic Royal Genealogy file is similar for descendants of William Picton who married Elizabeth (Elinor) Meline. They list this later Joan Picton.


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