William DOLMAN, 1665–1712 (aged 47 years)
|Baptism|| February 1, 1665
33 (aged 0)|
|Birth of a brother||Marmaduke DOLMAN|
estimated 1666 (aged 1 year)
|Birth of a sister||Persida DOLMAN|
1668 (aged 3 years)
|Baptism of a sister||Persida DOLMAN|
June 10, 1668 (aged 3 years)
|Death of a sister||Persida DOLMAN|
1671 (aged 6 years)
|Burial of a sister||Persida DOLMAN|
November 2, 1671 (aged 6 years)
|Death of a mother||Persida LINCOLN|
1682 (aged 17 years)
|Burial of a mother||Persida LINCOLN|
September 2, 1682 (aged 17 years)
|Marriage of a parent||John DOLMAN — Ann WOLLEY — View this family|
November 30, 1683 (aged 18 years)
Settlement on the marriage of John Dolman of Bottesforth, gentleman, and Anna Wolley of the Bayle of Lincoln Acte RYCH/3050 15 Nov. 1683
|Marriage contract||Elisabeth CARY — View this family|
April 17, 1689 (aged 24 years)
|Marriage||Elisabeth CARY — View this family|
1689 (aged 24 years)
|Birth of a son||William DOLMAN|
1692 (aged 27 years)
|Baptism of a son||William DOLMAN|
November 24, 1692 (aged 27 years)
|Birth of a son||John DOLMAN|
1694 (aged 29 years)
|Baptism of a son||John DOLMAN|
May 28, 1694 (aged 29 years)
|Will|| December 11, 1694 (aged 29 years)|
Note: Testament écrit avant son départ pour la Jamaïque.
|Death of a father||John DOLMAN|
1695 (aged 30 years)
|Burial of a father||John DOLMAN|
October 28, 1695 (aged 30 years)
|Probate|| December 16, 1699 (aged 34 years)|
|Birth of a daughter||Persida DOLMAN|
before 1702 (aged 37 years)
|Death of a brother||Marmaduke DOLMAN|
about 1702 (aged 37 years)
Note: died sp.
|Death|| before 1712 (aged 47 years)|
Note: Voir un acte du 8 Janv 1712/13 concernant son fils William où ce William ci est signalé décédé.
2 yearsyounger brother
3 yearsyounger sister
Marriage: November 30, 1683 — Scotter, Lincolnshire, England
Marriage: 1689 —
Testament écrit avant son départ pour la Jamaïque.
Voir un acte du 8 Janv 1712/13 concernant son fils William où ce William ci est signalé décédé.
William Dolman, son and heir. Will dated 11 Dec., 1694 (proved at Lincoln) in which year he went to Jamaïca, and, in 1696 his wife presented a petition to the House of Commons, stating that her husband had gone to Jamaïca with Colonel Lilligston, and had not since been heard of. (Vide 'Votes of the House of Commons')
The future general Luke Lillinston, his cousin.
Décès d'après http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~watsonhill/DOWMAN.htm
Actes divers : Marriage settlement of William Dolman (son and heir of John Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, and his late wife Persida) and Elizabeth Cary of Ganesburgh, widow RYCH/3054 17 and 18 Apr. 1689
Hypothèque des 7 et 8 mars 1691 : Mortgage by William Dolman of Bottesworth alias Bottesford, gentleman, his wife Elizabeth, Charles Healey of Froddingham [Frodingham], gentleman, and Charles Woolley of Ashby, gentleman, to Josias Morley of Retburne [Redbourne], gentleman, of the capital messuage or manor house in Bottesford and all lands and tenements there which descended to John Dolman and his late wife Persida (parents of the said William) from the late William Lincolne, D.D. (father of Persida), together with a piece of ground adjoining the said capital messuage.
Cousin germain du général Luke Lilligton, il part avec lui dans l'expédition de 1695 aux Antilles.
Nommé dans "A list of the officers in Col. Luke Lillingston's Regt. of foot designed for Jamaïca, 25 déc. 1694" : Enseigne William Dolman
Et, dans cette liste, signalé comme ayant servi dans le précédent régiment du colonel Luke Lillington.
Marriage settlement of William Dolman (son and heir of John Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, and his late wife Persida) and Elizabeth Cary of Ganesburgh, widow. Acte ref. RYCH/3054 17 and 18 Apr. 1689