John of Collaton is mentioned in A2A records of Yonge of Puslinch circa 1514, where he is recorded as John brother and heir to Jacob Pomeroy.
Jacob is Latinised James - Nothing definite found in IGI or in any other records thus far for either John or Jacob that date period -
could this be John son of Andrew who married Anne Mathew (son of John who married Strowde)
This John married Mary Slanning of Plympton St Mary where the later mentions of (presumably another) Andrew Pomeroy is found
IPM for John Pomeroy obtained from the Records Office at Kew however its in Latin ! Link here
OR there is John son of William Pomeroy and Mary Bevill who was at St Cleer in Cornwall whose Will was proved in 1618.
308/177/4 1514 held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
1 John Pomeroy, brother and heir of Jacob Pomeroy
2 William Carew, esq, William Mordant, Robert Latymer, Robert Strode, Humfry Ardys, Thomas Nethercott and Richard Harward
Messuage and tenement in Newton Ferrers
Two ladies who may have been wives of the Collaton Pomeroys
Devon trespass: close Date: 1549 Pomeroy, Elizabeth, widow – Richard Upcote, yeoman of Newton Ferris.Ferrers -
this is Tudor - the time of the Prayerbook Rebellion & Edward VI the boy king
Could she be another wife of one of the sons
Elizabeth POMEROY gentlewoman buried at Newton Ferrers between 1600 & 1620
308/178/5 1619 These documents are held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
The Yonge family Papers
1 William Pomeroy and Andrew Pomeroy, late of Collaton, Devon, esquires
2 Leonard Yeo of Huish, Devon, esq
Capital messuage of Collaton, Devon
107/50 14 June, 2&3 Philip & Mary (1556) These documents are held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Contents: Quitclaim of eighteen feet of land lying without the "haygge" of Melsburyford, and in the east side of the way from Newton Ferrers to Puslinch, and so eastward through the north end of the north down of Collaton until it comes to the way from Collaton Morton Place to Puslinch Bridge.
William Upton of Puslinch, Esq., to Androwe Pomeroy of Collaton, Esq.
308/178/2 1617 These documents are held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Contents: Feoffment and grant
1 William Pomeroy of Collaton, Devon, esq and Andrew Pomeroy, esq, son and heir apparent of the said William
2 Leonard Yeo of Huish, Devon, esq
Capital messuage and mansion house of Collaton, with appurtenances called Collaton alias Colleton in the parish of Newton Ferrers, Devon, and parcels of land called Tadislades alias Slades, Creberscombe alias Clenacombe in the parish of Newton Ferrers
308/177/3 26 June 1514 These documents are held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
1 Edward Wylingheby, Antony Buttyshead, knight and Simon Maynard, gent
2 John Pomeroy
Messuage at Collaton, in Newton Ferrers
308/177/5 15 April 1571 These documents are held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
1 Henry Dillon
2 Andrew Pomeroy
Tenement in Newton Ferrers
308/177/6 1572 held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
Contents: Deed of exchange
1 Henry Dillon of Chyinwell, Devon, esq
2 Andrewe Pomeroye of Colleyton, Devon, esq
A Close of land called Buddelbrooke in Newton Ferrers
308/178/1 1617 These documents are held at Plymouth and West Devon Record Office
1 William Cavill of Trehavereke, Cornwall, esq, Nicholas Slanninge of Bickleigh, esq and John Vyvian of St Columb Higher, Cornwall esq
2 Leonard Yeo of Huish, esq
Mansion House of Collaton and a tenement called Todslade alias Toddeslades and Cr[amicum?] in the parish of Newton Ferrers, Devon
Andrew seems to have sold his wife's property before she died in 1610 -
Piece reference E 134/5 Jas1/Mich33 James I = 1607
John Hardy v. Andrew. Pomeroy, Oswald Cook.: Meadow
in Bainham Lane, near Conny Park, sometimes called "Trelawney
Meadow," in the parish of St. ...
E 134 Exchequer:
King's Remembrancer: Depositions taken by Commission
John Hardy v. Andrew. Pomeroy,
Oswald Cook.: Meadow in Bainham Lane, near Conny Park, sometimes called
"Trelawney Meadow," in the parish of St. Mary Magdalen, and other
lands in the borough of Downhevid and burrow of Newport, lately held by Thomas
Hicks/ Hext or Hecks, lord of the "manor of Launceston Land."
Survey of same.
[The names of Jane Hicks, John Leigh, sometime bailiff of the
manor of Launceston Land, Degory Hicks( son of Thomas Hext & father of
Jane) , and Sir Wm. Killigrew, farmer of the manor of Launceston Land, are mentioned.]:
dates 5 Jas 1 - 1607
Held by Kew Legal status
St Ervan Manor was held by the Arundells on of the two most significant & powerful landowning families in Cornwall the other being the Grenvilles of Kilkhampton.
It is bounded on the east by St Petroc Minor & St Columb Major, and is located near the north coast of Cornwall miles from Padstow and was held by the Arundells from the 13th centur. They also held Lanherne and Trerice and had the manor of Trembleath in St Ervan Parish from 1240 onwards. In the same parish is Trerenel seat of George BEARE gent whose wife was a Lanyon, his mother's family were
Arundell's of Lanherne. The Beares estates went with a daughter into the family of the Bevill in 1572 -
Phillipa Beare was Mary Bevill’s grandmother & Mary Bevill was William Pomeroy's grandmother
Phillipa Beare dau of John Beare of Pengelly and Elizabeth Carminowe sen.
Phillipa born about 1523 age 26 when her father died.
She married 1st to Humphrey Arundel 4th son of Sir John Arundel & Elizabeth Danet
Married 2nd to Peter Bevill son of Peter Bevill & Thomasine Leigh
issue John Bevill of Killigarth was Sheriff of Cornwall 1558 married Elizabeth Milliton at Killigarth
their children were
1. b 1544 Elizabeth, married Henry Meggs
2. b 1546 Agnes, married Walter Kendall
3. b 1548 William Bevill married Jane Arundell
4. b 1550 Joan married Humphrey Prideaux
5. b Peter Bevill married Grace Viel. 09-Sep 1591 Their daughter Elizabeth married Barnard Grenville parents of Sir Bevil Grenville & Sir Richard Grenville
6. b 1552 Mary Bevill, married William Pomeroy,
7. b 1556 Phillip Bevill
8. b 1558 John Bevill, married Joan Killowe
70 years before the Civil War , in 1572 Andrew Pomeroy had dealings with a Henry Dillon of Chingwell
Civil War 1642 -1651
1640 just prior to the beginning of this unhappy time .
Strafford. After the Arrival of the King's Army in the County of York a Muster was taken thereof which was as followeth:
A List of the Strength of the King's Majesties Army, both Officers and Soldiers, as they were muster'd.
Included: (Officer and of men in his command:)
Col. Lansford 163 men ,
Lieut. Col. Lonsford 71 men,
Serg. Maj. Gibbs 72 men,
Capt. Powel 62 men,
Capt. Lonsford 87 men,
Capt. Pomeroy 84 men
Capt. Martin 75 men,
Capt. Dillon 61 men ,
Capt. Capper 68 men,
Capt. Hippisley 72 men
ames of all the Colonels, Lieutenant Colonels, Sergeant Majors, Captains, Lieutenants, Ensigns, Preachers, Chirurgeons, Quarter-masters, Provost Marshals, under his Excellency the Earl of Northumberland, Captain General for this Expedition 1640. Taken according to the Muster Roll after the Armies Retreat from Newcastle into York.
The 1618 Will of John Pomeroy of St Cleer here
The Inquisition Post Mortem of John Pomeroy - in Latin which I , unhappily, do not read.