Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

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Marmaduke DOLMAN, 15801654 (aged 74 years)

Name
Marmaduke /DOLMAN/
Given names
Marmaduke
Surname
DOLMAN
Note: Gentleman
Birth
about 1580 17
Marriage
Residence
Birth of a brother
estimated 1585 (aged 5 years)
Burial of a paternal grandfather
Address: Pocklington church
Note: a handsome monument was erected to his memory and still exists.

a handsome monument was erected to his memory and still exists.
Il y a certainement une confusion entre son décès st sa sépulture. On retrouve cette data du 3 avril dans plusieurs documents (mais ils s'appuient certainement sur la même source)

Death of a paternal grandfather
April 3, 1589 (aged 9 years)
Text:

Fr. Dolman's father, Thomas Dolman, acquired the estate
of Badsworth with his wife, and died April 3, 1589, being
buried at Pocklington, where a handsome monument was
erected to his memory and still exists. He was a Catholic,
and after his death his widow appears in the list of Yorkshire
Papists in 1604. Her will bears date Nov. 19, 1614. They
had issue five sons and three daughters : Sir Robert, Knt,
the eldest son and heir ; John, a student of Gray's Inn, the
subject of this notice ; Marmaduke, of Messingham, co. Lin
coln, who has been said to have lost his life at Marston Moor,
during the Civil Wars ; Peter ; and William. The daughters
were : Anne, wife of Richard Whittingham, of Whittingham
Hall, co. Lancaster, Esq. ; Bridget ; and Jane. Of the sons,
Marmaduke and Peter appear, at any rate for a time, to have
fallen away from the faith, although they are stated not to
have regarded it with hostility.

Birth of a sister
estimated 1590 (aged 10 years)
Marriage of parents
Note: Date d'après http://http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/c/c/David-Mccarthy-OR/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0429.htm

Date d'après http://http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/c/c/David-Mccarthy-OR/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0429.htm

(peu fiable)

Birth of a sister
Baptism of a sister
Burial of a paternal grandmother
Birth of a daughter
estimated 1620 (aged 40 years)
Birth of a daughter
estimated 1620 (aged 40 years)
Birth of a son
about 1625 (aged 45 years)
Birth of a daughter
1628 (aged 48 years)
Baptism of a daughter
Citation details: Lincolnshire pedigrees Vol I page 315
Birth of a son
estimated 1630 (aged 50 years)
Birth of a son
estimated 1632 (aged 52 years)
Death of a father
Cause: Slain at Marston Moor Battle (tué à la bataille de Martson Moor)
Death of a brother
1646 (aged 66 years)
Note: he appears to have been killed some time before 1646, perhaps on Marston Moor, for his son Thomas
Marriage of a daughter
Death of a wife
1652 (aged 72 years)
Burial of a wife
Citation details: A List of the Roman Catholics in 1664
Text:

The lady was buried with her kin in their aisle in Bottesford Church,11th april, 1652

Death of a mother
Death
1654 (aged 74 years)
Burial
Citation details: A LIST OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS IN THE COUNTY OF YORK IN 1604.
Text:

page 133

Title
gent., of Bottesford, Lincolnshire
Family with parents
father
15621645
Baptism: June 7, 1562 38 27 Pocklington, Yorkshire, England
Death: 1645Long Marston, Yorkshire, England
mother
Marriage Marriage1605
brother
himself
6 years
younger brother
15851670
Birth: estimated 1585 22
Death:
sister
younger sister
21 years
younger sister
16101670
Birth: July 3, 1610 48 Messingham, Lincolnshire, England
Death: January 2, 1670Bottesford, Lincolnshire, England
-32 years
elder brother
15781671
Birth: estimated 1578 15
Death: 1671
sister
Mother’s family with Christopher LANGLEY
stepfather
15651592
Birth: 1565
Death: August 15, 1592Pocklington, Yorkshire, England
mother
Marriage Marriage
Family with Ann SHAW
himself
wife
Marriage Marriage
daughter
1 year
daughter
6 years
son
4 years
daughter
16281667
Birth: 1628 48
Death: January 5, 1667Bottesford, Lincolnshire, England
3 years
son
16301662
Birth: estimated 1630 50
Death: about 1662
3 years
son
16321695
Birth: estimated 1632 52
Death: 1695
Burial
Citation details: A LIST OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS IN THE COUNTY OF YORK IN 1604.
Text:

page 133

Source citation
Text:

The Fight at Willoughby Field (part 2)

Name

Gentleman

Note

The Fight at Willoughby Field - In the List of Names of the Officers and gentlemen taken Prisoners :
Lieutenant Marmaduke Dolman
He lived at Bottesford near Brigg, Lincolnshire, and was buried there,20 December, 1654. His estate was confiscated by Act of Parliament in 1652.
See Mabel Peacock’s “Index of Royalists whose estates wereconfiscated during the Commonwealth,” p. 45.

Note

Marmaduke Dolman, of Bottesford, was in arms against the Parliament,and, in 1652 an act was passedconfiscating his estates for treason against the liberties of thepeople of England.
(vide "House of Commons Journal")

Shared note

Actes divers

Grant of general livery to Marmaduke Dolman for and in the right of his wife Ann, sister and heir of John Shawe, gentleman, deceased RYCH/3032 25 June 1634

Feoffment by Marmaduke Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, Anne his wife, and Elizabeth Shawe of the same, widow, to William Lincoln of the same, clerk, of four pieces of ground in Bottesford RYCH/3034 14 Feb. 1650

Memorandum of an agreement between Marmaduke Dolman, gentleman, and Henry Lillingston, gentleman, respecting certain yearly payments to be made by the latter for lands demised to him by the said Marmaduke and Mrs. Shawe RYCH/3035 8 Nov. 1652

Feoffment by Marmaduke Dolman of Bottesford, gentleman, Anne his wife, and Elizabeth Shawe of the same, widow, to William Lincoln of the same, clerk, of four pieces of ground in Bottesford RYCH/3034 14 Feb. 1650

Note

Release by William Shawe of London, merchant tailor, to Marmaduke Douleman of Bottesford, gentleman, and his wife Anne, and Elizabeth Shawe and Beatrice Shawe, both of the same, widows, of all his right, etc. in all his lands, tenements and hereditaments in Bottesford and Yaddlethorpe
RYCH/3033 28 Nov. 1634

Note

Memorandum of an agreement between Marmaduke Dolman, gentleman, and Henry Lillingston, gentleman, respecting certain yearly payments to be made by the latter for lands demised to him by the said Marmaduke and Mrs. Shawe
RYCH/3035 8 Nov. 1652
Protocole d'accord entre Marmaduke Dolman, gentleman, et Henry Lillingston, gentlemen, eu égard à certains paiements annuels à être faits par ce dernier pour les terrains loués à lui par le dit Marmaduke et Mme Shawe
RYCH/3035 8 novembre 1652

Note

Henry Lillington acheta une partie du manoir de Bottesford lorsque celui-ci fut confisqué à son beau-père Marmaduke Dolman par le paerlement. (Dictionary of national biography. Errata (1904) par Sir Stephen, Leslie)

Note

Voir également : A List of Roman Catholics in 1604" page 133 : description de la bataille entre catholics et "puritains" à l'illsue de laquelle Marmaduke a été fait prisonnier

Note

D'après Wikipedia, il y aurait un autre fils, Thomas Dolman, colonel
à l'Anglo-Dutch Brigade. Le texte, à propos de Luke Lillingston dit :
Son père Hernry Lillingston et son oncle matenel Thomas Dolman étaient tous deux colonels à l'Anglo-Dutch Brigade

Thomas ne figure sur aucun de mes documents, sauf que plusieurs sources à propos de la guerre des catholiques contre les protestants signalent que Marmaduke avait quatre fils.