Généalogie des Dolman (ou Dowman) de Pocklington

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Robert DOLMANnoteÂge : 68 ans16261694

Nom
Robert DOLMAN
Nom de famille
DOLMAN
Prénom(s)
Robert
Naissance 1626 45 19

Note : aged 39, 7 Sept.,1665.
Naissance d’une fille
#1
Frances DOLMAN
estimé 1648 (Âge 22 ans)

Note : Pas citée dans le Dugdale de 1665; donc née après.
Naissance d’une fille
#2
Mary DOLMAN
1649 (Âge 23 ans)

Baptême d’une filleMary DOLMAN
29 mars 1649 (Âge 23 ans)
MariageCatherine THOROLDAfficher cette famille
estimé 1650 (Âge 24 ans)

Naissance d’un fils
#3
Robert DOLMAN
1659 (Âge 33 ans)

Naissance d’un fils
#4
Thomas DOLMAN
1664 (Âge 38 ans)

Naissance d’une fille
#5
Catherine DOLMAN
vers 1665 (Âge 39 ans)

Note : N'est pas citée dans le Dugdale de 1665
Naissance d’un fils
#6
William DOLMAN
1665 (Âge 39 ans)

Baptême d’un filsWilliam DOLMAN
1665 (Âge 39 ans)

Naissance d’une fille
#7
Barbara DOLMAN
vers 1667 (Âge 41 ans)

Note : N'est pas citée par Dugdale en sept. 1665
Décès d’une épouseCatherine THOROLD
1676 (Âge 50 ans)

Enterrement de l’épouseCatherine THOROLD
2 novembre 1676 (Âge 50 ans)
MariageAnne BRODRICKAfficher cette famille
31 août 1679 (Âge 53 ans)
Décès d’une épouseAnne BRODRICK
1694 (à la date du décès)

Décès 1694 (Âge 68 ans)

Sépulture 30 janvier 1694 (Âge 68 ans)
Note : or 30 JAN 1695
Enterrement de l’épouseAnne BRODRICK
4 août 1694 (Âge 68 ans)
Adresse : Holy Trinity (Goodramgate)
Note :
Dugdale Vol III page 163 donne : buried at Belfreys, York., 24 Dec 1684 et Walstead avec un 'a'
Titre
16ème baron de Stapleton. Esq., of Badsworth and Pocklington

Famille avec les parents - Afficher cette famille
père
mère
Mariage : entre 1624 et 1626
3 ans
lui
La famille du père avec Temperance WATSON - Afficher cette famille
père
belle-mère
Mariage : estimé 1608
2 ans
demi-sœur
Famille avec Catherine THOROLD - Afficher cette famille
lui
épouse
Mariage : estimé 1650
16 ans
fille
3 ans
fille
-18 ans
fille
2 ans
fille
11 ans
fils
6 ans
fils
2 ans
fils
Famille avec Anne BRODRICK - Afficher cette famille
lui
épouse
Mariage : 31 août 1679St. Saviour's, York, Yorkshire, England
Francis WALSTED + Anne BRODRICK - Afficher cette famille
épouse → mari
épouse
Mariage : vers 1658

NoteBibliographical Dictionnary of the English Catholics from the breach with Rome in 1534 to the present time.
Publication : 1885
Texte :
Volume II
NoteDugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire
Publication : Publié par J. W. CLAY, F.S.A., 1917
Cote du document : Surtees Society, vol 36, publié en 1666, page 138
SourceBibliographical Dictionnary of the English Catholics from the breach with Rome in 1534 to the present time.
Publication : 1885
Texte :
Volume II
SourceDugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire
Publication : Publié par J. W. CLAY, F.S.A., 1917
Texte :
Volume III page 163
SourceArchives familiales
SourcePlantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal
Publication : Originally published: London : T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1907. Publié par Genealogical Publishing Com, 1994
Texte :
page 722
Naissance
aged 39, 7 Sept.,1665.
Sépulture
or 30 JAN 1695
Note
Only son. A devoted adherent of the Royal cause during the civil war, aged 39, 7 Sept.,1665. In 1664 he and his wife were indicted for not coming to church.
Note
Robert, the eldest son of Thomas and Barbara Dolman, was also a devoted Royalist; his estate of Badsworth, co. York, was sold by order of Parliament. In 1664, he and his wife Catherine, daughter of Edmund Thorold, of Hough, co. Lincoln, Esq., were indicted for not going to church. In 1679 he was charged with having, in conjunction with Sir Thomas Gascoigne, of Barnbow, John IVliddelton, of Stockeld, Lady Tempest, Sir Francis Hungate, Sir Valter Vavasour, Sir lIiles Stapleton, of Carlton, and other noted Yorkshire Catholics, plotted to kill the king and the Duke of York, to promote the Catholic religion, and to establish a nunnery at Dolbank, near Ripley, in Yorkshire. This was during the ferment caused by Oates' abominable manufacture of "Popish Plots," but the evidence of Sir Thomas Yarborough and his lady effectually quashed the indictment.
Note
Yorkshire ROYALIST COMPOSITION PAPERS Vol. 3 Ordered that a copy be sent to the Yorkshire Committee and that the petitioner have a lease for a year giving as much as any other. No. 315. GEORGE METHAM OF METHAM, ESQ. 1 G 215, p. 21. REPORT. His delinquency that he was in arms against the Parliament ; he is seized as he alledgeth for his life, the remainder to his first second and third sons in the manors of Metham, Thorneton-house and North Cave and lands in Scalby, Laxton and other towns of the yearly value of 450" ; for the proof of his estate for life he produced only a copy of the Conveyance. Out of which he craves allowance of 500" debt to Robert Dolman Esq. of Badsworth charged upon the premises of S r Thomas Metham Knight, grandfather to the compounder and of the said Robert Dolman in the year 1636 as by affidavit of Anthony Skynner Esq.
Note
Yorkshire ROYALIST COMPOSITION PAPERS Vol. 3 22 ROYALIST COMPOSITION PAPERS No. 345. ROBERT DOLMAN OF BADSWORTH, ESQ. 1 G 218, p. 87. REPORT. His delinquency that he was in arms against the Parliament in the first and second wars ; he is seized in fee of a capital messuage in Bromhall worth yearly 55 U , of the manors of Badsworth and Waplington and lands in Badsworth, Skelbrooke, Thorpe Audley and Waplington worth yearly 222" 1 5 s o d ; that by a conveyance made by Thomas Dol- man, Esq., deceased, his father 31 Mar. 1639 he is seized in the manors of Boulton, Weathley and Gonby and part of the manor of Pocklington and lands there worth yearly 26o h . Out of which he craves allowance of 1 50" p Ann. annuity granted by Tho s Dolman his father for 60 years if Thomas Eure, Ellinor Eure and Philip Dolman shall so long live and it is deposed they are all living.
Note
Yorkshire ROYALIST COMPOSITION PAPERS Vol. 3 No. 347. JOHN GLEDHILL OF BARKiSLAND. 2 G 218, p. 205. REPORT. On the petition of John Gledhill, gent, desiring to compound for lands descended upon him as 1 Son of Thomas Dolman of Badsworth by Barbara, dau. and coheiress of Sir Tho 1 Metham, mar. Catherine, dau. of Edmund Thorold, appeared at Dugdale's Visitation 1665, bur. at S' Saviour's York 30 Jan. i6g| (C.B.N.) 2 Son of Thomas Gledhill of Barkisland by Edith dau. of John Harrison of Leeds. He was bapt. at Elland 15 Sept. 1605 and bur. there 28 May 1656. He brother and next heir of Richard Gledhill late deceased we find that the delinquency was in the said Richard Gledhill, who was engaged in the war under the command of the Earl of New- castle ; the said Richard Gledhill died seized of the manor of Clayton consisting only in free rents and some small perquisites of court of the yearly value of I3 h 6 s 8 d and of one messuage in Barksland worth yearly 2O U and of one messuage in Stain- land worth yearly 9 U .
Note
Sur l'arbre de Dugdale, daté du 7 septembre 1665 n'apparaissent, bien évidemment, que les enfants nés à cette date, à savoir : Robert, 6 ans, Thomas, 1 an, Catherine, Barbara et Frances.