Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

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William DOLMAN, 1646

Name
William /DOLMAN/
Surname
DOLMAN
Given names
William
Birth

MarriageAnn GALEView this family

Residence
Birth of a sonJohn DOLMAN
about 1600

Marriage of parentsMarmaduke DOLMANUrsula RUDSTONView this family
1605

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Birth of a sisterMary DOLMAN
July 3, 1610
Baptism of a sisterMary DOLMAN
July 3, 1610
Burial of a paternal grandmotherElisabeth VAVASOUR
February 10, 1616
Death of a fatherMarmaduke DOLMAN
1645
Cause: Slain at Marston Moor Battle (tué à la bataille de Martson Moor)
Birth of a sonThomas DOLMAN

Birth of a daughterPetronell DOLMAN

Birth of a daughterPrixilla DOLMAN

Death 1646

Note: he appears to have been killed some time before 1646, perhaps on Marston Moor, for his son Thomas
Family with parents
father
15621645
Baptism: June 7, 1562 38 27Pocklington, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1645Long Marston, Yorkshire, England
mother
Marriage
Marriage: 1605
himself
brother
6 years
brother
15851670
Birth: estimated 1585 22
Death:
sister
sister
21 years
sister
16101670
Birth: July 3, 1610 48Messingham, Lincolnshire, England
Death: January 2, 1670Bottesford, Lincolnshire, England
-32 years
brother
15781671
Birth: estimated 1578 15
Death: 1671
sister
Mother’s family with Christopher LANGLEY
step-father
15651592
Birth: 1565
Death: August 15, 1592Pocklington, Yorkshire, England
mother
Marriage
Marriage:
Family with Ann GALE
himself
wife
Marriage
Marriage:
son
daughter
son
daughter
Death

he appears to have been killed some time before 1646, perhaps on Marston Moor, for his son Thomas

Note

William Dolman, of Wellingtonbrigg, parish of Holme, in Spaldington. Was in arms against the Parliament. Named in the will of his uncle, Sir Robert Dolman, 1628. Will dated 7 Dec. 1646, proved at York.

Note

Middlesex County records .. (Volume 3) (page 12 of 67) :

CO. Lincoln yoman ; Anne Dolman wife of William Dolman of Mes- singham co. Lincoln yoman ; Petronilla Dolman spinster, and Thomas Dolman gentleman, both of Messingham aforesaid ; Bartholomew Kent of Rugby co. Lincoln gentleman ; and Robert Tirwhitt of Lenton co. Notts gentleman ; — each of the persons so indicted being also and in the first instance described in the indictment as late of St. Andrew's-in-Holborne co. Midd. G. D. R., . . . .,13 Charles I.

Note

Ne figure pas dans la généalogie de "Lincolnshire pedigrees Vol. 1"

Note

THE ROYALIST ARMY IN NORTHERN ENGLAND 1642 - 45 VOLUME 2,

Captain William Doleman: Cited in the List, he may be the same man cited inhe regiment Of Colonel Sir Walter Vavasour. He was the eldest son, and heir, of Marmaduke Doleman of Millington and Duncoats, Yorkshire, and was himself styled of Wellingbrigg and Holme on Spalding Moor, Gentleman. It was stated in the compositions that he was a Recusant, and he appears to have been killed some time before 1646 perhaps on Marston Moor, for his son Thomas (who was himself to be killed in 1648) was making the composition. Thomas was a conformable Protestant. The property at Duncoate was inserted in the Treason Act of 1652 after the death of the grandfather, Marmaduke.