Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

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Robert DOLMANAge: 30 years17001730

Name
Robert DOLMAN
Title
Esq. of Helmsely, puis de Pocklington.
Surname
DOLMAN
Given names
Robert
Birth estimated 1700 35

Birth of a son
#1
Robert DOLMAN

Residence before 1730 (Age 30 years)
Will January 21, 1730 (Age 30 years)

Note:
Will of Robert Dolman of Pocklington esquire  DDGR/17/34  21 Jan 1730 Contents: Bequests: (légataires) cousins Robert Dolman of Helmsley and John Dolman, sons of William Dolman of Reading, Berkshire Supervisors: (surveillants) Thomas Cholmley, junior and Francis Cholmley of Bransby, esquires Trustees (curateurs) Thomas Grimston father and son of York, esquires Property: manors of Pocklington and Waplington, with messuages and lands there and in Bishop Wilton, Yealthrope, Beilby and Burnby Witnesses: (Témoins) William Bowes, John Strangwayes and Richard Pickering Seal, (azure) a fess dancette between 8 garbs (or, banded gules).
Residence after 1730 (on the date of death)
Birth of a son
#2
William DOLMAN
1740 (Age 40 years)

Note: Date calculée d'après son mariage, à 25 ans.
Birth of a son
#3
Richard DOLMAN
estimated 1740 (Age 40 years)

Birth of a daughter
#4
Anne DOLMAN
estimated 1740 (Age 40 years)

Death between 1730 and February 19, 1743 (Age 30 years)

Note: Il vivait en 1730 mais Ann est citée comme veuve en 1743
Birth of a daughter
#5
Catherine DOLMAN
estimated 1760 (30 years after death)

Title
Esq. of Helmsley and, in 1730, of Pocklington. Succède à son oncle comme baron de Stapleton

Title
18 ème baron de Stapleton.

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SourceArchives familiales
SourceDugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire
Publication: Publié par J. W. CLAY, F.S.A., 1917
Text:
Vol III Page 163
Will
Will of Robert Dolman of Pocklington esquire  DDGR/17/34  21 Jan 1730 Contents: Bequests: (légataires) cousins Robert Dolman of Helmsley and John Dolman, sons of William Dolman of Reading, Berkshire Supervisors: (surveillants) Thomas Cholmley, junior and Francis Cholmley of Bransby, esquires Trustees (curateurs) Thomas Grimston father and son of York, esquires Property: manors of Pocklington and Waplington, with messuages and lands there and in Bishop Wilton, Yealthrope, Beilby and Burnby Witnesses: (Témoins) William Bowes, John Strangwayes and Richard Pickering Seal, (azure) a fess dancette between 8 garbs (or, banded gules).
Death
Il vivait en 1730 mais Ann est citée comme veuve en 1743
Note
succeeded to Pocklington & c. on the decease of his uncle, Robert, in 1729 : Copy of the will of Robert Dolman of Pocklington esquire DDKP/20/20 21 Jan 1730 1 Item Contents: Bequests to cousins Robert Dolman of Helmsley (son of William Dolman of Reading county Berkshire) and his brother John Property: manor of Pocklington and Waplington and estates there and in Bishop Wilton, Yealthorpe, Beilby and Burnby (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/A2A/records.aspx?cat=047-ddkp&cid=-1&Gsm=2008-06-18)
Note
Mortgage relating to manors of Pocklington and Waplington DDKP/15/13 5 Apr 1756 Contents: Parties: 1) Robert Dolman esquire and his son Robert Dolman gentleman of Pocklington 2) John Tempest of Winyard, county Durham esquire and his trustee Stephen Croft of Stillington esquire Property: manors of Pocklington and Waplington with estates there and in Bishop Wilton, Yealthorp and Burnby Consideration: £1000 Witnesses: P Johnson junior, Thomas Mitchell, Edward Thompson, Henry Goddard
Note
Voir de nombreux actes, legs, rentes, hypothèques et autres sur : http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/A2A/records.aspx?cat=047-ddkp&cid=-1&Gsm=2008-06-18#-1
Note
Esq., de Helmsley, puis de Pocklington à la mort de son oncle Robert, en 1730
Note
Mise en hypothèque des manoirs de Pocklington, Waplington et Beilby pour 7000 £ pour payer les créanciers de la famille Dolman. Mortgage of property in the manors of Pocklington, Waplington and Beilby DDKP/15/20 3 Feb 1766 1 Item Contents: Parties: 1) Robert Dolman father and son and others 2) Thomas Heron of Newark on Trent esquire Property: manors of Pocklington, Waplington and Beilby with estates there and in Bishop Wilton, Yealthorpe and Burnby Consideration: For £7000 in all paid to creditors of the Dolmans