Genealogy data of Dolman or Dowman, of Pocklington

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Philipp DOLMANAge: 48 years16401688

Name
Philipp DOLMAN
Birth estimated 1640 40 30

Birth of a daughter
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Ellin DOLMAN

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Robert DOLMAN

Will January 27, 1681 (Age 41 years)
Death 1688 (Age 48 years)

Probate October 20, 1688 (Age 48 years)

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Settlement by lease and release relating to property in Lund -13-14 Jan 1681, Parties: 1) Philip Dolman of York, gentleman and his only daughter Ellin Dolman 2) Thomas Cholmeley of Brandsby esquire and John Vavasour of Willitoft, gentleman Property: two thirds of the rectory, glebe and tithes of Lund. To use of Philip Dolman for life, then to his son and heir Robert Dolman of York esquire and heirs of his body, subject to annuity of £20 to Ellin Dolman; remainder to John Ryther of Scarcroft, esquire Witnesses: Robert Dolman, John Bouker, William Horncastle, Marma. Slynger, Richard Talbot, John Gascoigne, William Metham and John Cotes. Philip Dolman made a will dated 27 January 1681 at York. Bequests: nephew Anne of Frickley; cousin George and Michaell Anne of Brough Wallis; cousin Anne Dolman of Pocklington and her son William; nephew Robert Dolman; daughter Ellinor; friend Peter Bilcliffe; nephew Robert Ryther of London; nephew John Ryther of Scarcroft and his sons John and Philip; godson William Palmes and his sister Mary; nephew Robert Bacon; god-daughter Bacon and her Aunt Vavasour; nephew Dolman's son Robert; god-daughter Katherine Dolman; Barbara and Frances Dolman; servant William Horncastle Property: Drax and Lund Witnesses: John Bowker, Alice and William Horncastle and Marmaduke Slynger. Philip died before 20 October 1688. His will was proved on 20 October 1688.
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YORKSHIRE - ROYALIST COMPOSITION PAPERS VOL. III. No. 616. PHILIP DOLEMAN. G 1 8, p. 897. 28 Sept. 1653. Henry Rawlins, gent, having bought from the Treason Trustees lands in Bishop Wilton, for- feited by Phillip Doleman, he is to receive the rents.