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Lumley, Baron (E, 1384 - 1545)

 

Creation: writ sum. 28 Sep 1384

 

Forfeited: c. 1545

 

Family name: Lumley

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Arms:

See Earl of Scarbrough

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Ralph [de Lumley], 1st Baron Lumley

2nd son of Sir Marmaduke de Lumley, of Lumley, of Lumley, by his second wife Margaret de Holand

born

c. 1360

mar.

Eleanor de Nevill (d. after 1441), sister of Ralph [de Nevill], 1st Earl of Westmorland, and 3rd dau. of John [de Nevill], 3rd Baron Nevill, by his first wife Maud de Percy, 1st dau. of Henry [de Percy], 2nd Baron Percy

children

1. Thomas de Lumley, a co-conspirator with his father (dvp. 31 May 1400)

2. Sir John Lumley, restored in blood to his name and lands Nov 1411, took part in the French campaigns and slain at the Battle of Baug (b. 2 Feb 1382/3; d. 22 Mar 1421), mar. Felicia Wodecok (widow of John Wodecok, citizen and mercer of London), dau. of Sir Matthew Redman, of Newcastle, and had issue:

1a. Sir Thomas Lumley, later 2nd and 1st Baron Lumley

1a. Eleanor Lumley

2a. Matilda Lumley

3a. Anne Lumley

3. George Lumley

4. William Lumley

5. Marmaduke Lumley, Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, Bishop of Carlisle 1430, Bishop of Lincoln 1441 and Treasurer of England 1446 (d. 18 Dec 1450)

1. Elizabeth Lumley, mar. Adam Tyrwhit, of Kettleby, co. Lincoln

2. Margaret Lumley, mar. Sir John Clervaux, of Croft

3. Catherine Lumley, mar. Sir John Chideock, of Chideock, co. Devon (b. 1423; d. 10 Apr 1479), and had issue

died

Jan 1399/1400

created

by writ of summons 28 Sep 1384 Baron Lumley

suc. by

grandson

note

captured by the Scots at the Battle of Otterburn 1388 but released by 1389; Captain of Berwick 1389; granted permission to build and crenellate a castle at Lumley 1392; joined the conspiracy to murder King Henry IV and restore King Richard II 1399; captured and beheaded; attainted in Parliament Mar 1400/01 and his peerage forfeited to the Crown

 

Thomas [Lumley], 2nd and 1st Baron Lumley

born

29 Sep 1408

mar.

Margaret Harington, only dau. of Sir James Harington, of Hornby, co. Lancaster, and Brearley, co. York, by his wife Jane Gascoigne, widow of Sir William Gascoigne IV, of Gawthorpe, co. York, and only dau. and hrss. of John Nevill, of Althorp, co. Lincoln (by his wife Elizabeth Newmarch, dau. of Robert Newmarch), only son and heir of Ralph Nevill, of Oversley, co. Warwick (by his wife Mary Ferrers, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Robert [Ferrers], 2nd Baron Ferrers of Wemme, by his wife Lady Joan de Beaufort, only dau. of John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster, by his mistress and later third wife Katherine de Swynford, widow of Sir Hugh de Swynford, of Coleby and Kettlethorpe, co. Lincoln, and 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Sir Payn de Rot, Guienne King of Arms), 2nd son of Ralph [Nevill], 1st Earl of Westmorland, by his first wife Lady Margaret de Stafford, 1st dau. of Hugh [de Stafford], 2nd Earl of Stafford

children

1. George Lumley, later 3rd and 2nd Baron Lumley

1. Joan Lumley, mar. (1) Bertram Harbotel, of Horton, and (2) William Cowell

2. Margaret Lumley, mar. Bertram Lumley, of Ravensworth

3. Elizabeth Lumley, mar. William Tylliol, of Hayton

died

1 Apr 1485

created

by writ of summons 26 Jul 1461 Baron Lumley

suc. by

son

note

knighted c. 1436; joint commissary-general in the Western Marches 1436; Constable of Scarborough Castle 1455; obtained a reversal of the Act of Attainder on his grandfather 4 Nov 1461, thereby according to modern doctrine being in possession of both the 1384 and the 1461 creations; in command at Newcastle 1461-62; at the siege of Bamburgh Castle 1462 ; Joint Keeper with his son of Weardale Forest 1475

 

George [Lumley], 3rd and 2nd Baron Lumley

born

c. 1445

mar.

Elizabeth Thornton, dau. and hrss. of Roger Thornton, a wealthy merchant and landowner of Newcastle, by his wife Elizabeth de Greystock, 4th dau. of John [de Greystock], 4th Baron Greystock

children

1. Thomas Lumley (dvp. 1487), mar. Elizabeth Plantagenet, illegitimate dau.of Edward IV, King of England 1461-70 and 1471-83, and had issue:

1a. Richard Lumley, later 4th and 3rd Baron Lumley

2a. John Lumley (dsp.)

3a. George Lumley (dsp.)

4a. Roger Lumley, of Ludworth Tower, co. Northumberland, mar., and had issue:

1b. Roger Lumley (d. young)

1b. Agnes Lumley, mar. John Lambton, of Lambton Castle, co. Durham (b. 1505; d. 1582), and had issue

2b. Isabel Lumley, mar. Richard Conyers, of Horden, Co. Durham, and had issue

3b. Margaret Lumley, mar. Thomas Trollop, of Thornley

1a. Anne Lumley, mar. (1) bef. 28 Dec 1515 Robert [Ogle], 4th Baron Ogle, and (2) c. 1536 Hon George Ogle, of Ogle Castle, her late husband's uncle, and had issue by her first husband

2a. Sibyl Lumley, mar. Sir William Hilton, and had issue

3a. Elizabeth Lumley, mar. Robert Creswell, of Northumberland

2. Roger Lumley

3. Ralph Lumley

died

13 Nov 1507

suc. by

grandson

note

Joint Constable of Scarborough Castle 1461; Sheriff of Northumberland 1461-63 and 1467-71; Knight of the Shire for Northumberland 1467; Sheriff of Durham and Sedbergh 1471; Joint Keeper with his father of Weardale Forest 1475; Lord Lieutenant of Northumberland 1480-81 ; at the siege of Berwick 1482 and made a knight banneret there; a Commissioner of Array in Yorkshire 1485

 

Richard [Lumley], 4th and 3rd Baron Lumley

born

c. 1477

mar.

Anne Conyers (b. c. 1470; d. 1530), sister of William [Conyers], 1st Baron Conyers, and 2nd dau. of John Conyers (by his wife Lady Alice Neville, 3rd dau. and and sole hrss. in her issue of William [Nevill], 1st Earl of Kent), 1st son and heir ap. of Sir John Conyers KG, of Hornby Castle, co. York, by his wife Margery D'Arcy, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Philip [Darcy], 6th Baron Darcy de Knayth

children

1. Hon John Lumley, later 5th and 4th Baron Lumley

2. Hon Anthony Lumley, mar. ..... Gray, dau. of Richard Gray, of Northumberland, and had issue:

1a. Roger Lumley, mar. Anne Kurtwich, and had issue:

1b. Richard Lumley, later 1st Viscount Lumley

died

20 May 1510

suc. by

son

note

Joint Chief Forester with his son of Weardale Forest 1508; Surveyor of the Bishop of Durham's parks, mines of coal and forges of iron 1508

 

John [Lumley], 5th and 4th Baron Lumley

born

c. 1492

mar.

Hon Joan Scrope (d. after 1545), only dau. of Henry [Scrope], 7th Baron Scrope of Bolton, by his second wife Hon Margaret Dacre, 2nd dau. of Thomas [Dacre], 2nd Baron Dacre of Gilsland

children

1. Hon George Lumley, took part with his father in the first Pilgrimage of Grace 1536 and with Sir Francis Bigod in the second Pilgrimage of Grace 1537, arrested, found guilty of treason, executed at Tyburn and attainted by Act of Parliament (dvp. 2 Jun 1537), mar. Jane Knightley (mar. (2) John Knottesforde, serjeant-at-arms), 2nd dau. of Sir Richard Knightley, of Upton, co. Northampton, and had issue:

1a. John Lumley, later 1st Baron Lumley

1a. Jane Lumley (dsp.), mar. Geoffrey Markham

2a. Barbara Lumley, mar. (1) Humphrey Lloyd, of co. Denbigh (d. 1568), and (2) William Williams, of Cockwillan, co. Carnarvon, and had issue by both husbands

2. Perceval Lumley, mar. 1543 Elizabeth Hussey

died

1544 or 1545

note

fought at the Battle of Flodden 1513 and knighted by the Earl of Surrey after the battle; Justice of the Peace for County Durham 1516; a Commissioner of Sewers in Northumberland 1517; present at the Field of Cloth of Gold with King Henry VIII 1520; took part in various a raid on Scotland 1523; signed the Lords' letter to the Pope 1530; directed to join in the suppression of the first Pilgrimage of Grace 1536 but joined the insurgents and marched with them to Pontefract, but was pardoned by the King and took no further part in the rebellion; a Commissioner of the Peace 1539 and 1540

 

On the death of the 5th and 4th Baron Lumley the Baronies of 1384 and 1461 became forfeit to the Crown due to the attainder of his son and heir, Hon George Lumley.

 

 First written 8 May 2004

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