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Paulett's of Virginia and Georgia, early Colonial information needed
Posted by: Kim Stephens (ID *****1439) Date: October 28, 2005 at 07:00:01
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I am looking for information on the immigrant(s) Paulett (or any variant of spelling) that stayed in Virginia after the initial immigration of Captain Thomas Paulett. According to most sources, he died without issue. There was a Robert Paulett who died shortly after immigration, but I cannot find the connection between these Paulett's and those who remained in Virginia and ultimately migrated to Georgia.

According to the book, "The Father of Representative Government", a John W. Paulett, of Virginia and then Tennessee, descended from this family.

I descend from Jesse C. Paulett, b. Louisa County, VA, married Harriet Barnett in Richmond, GA.

Jesse's father was Richard Paulett, son of Thomas Paulett and Catherine Smith. Thomas' parents were Thomas Paulett and Elizabeth Christmas.

That is as far back as I can reliably go.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!


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