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Dymoke, of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

 

Sir John Dymoke MP, de jure 11th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

son of John Dymoke, Usher of the Exchequer

born

mar.

Margaret Ludlow, 11th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln (b. c. 1327; d. 26 Mar 1415), dau. and hrss. of Sir Thomas Ludlow, Champion of England, by his wife Joan Marmion, dau. and hrss. of Philip Marmion, Lord of Scrivelsby

children

1. Roger Dymoke

2. Sir Thomas Dymoke, 12th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

3. Sir John Dymoke, mar. Isabel Friskney, dau. and co hrss. of Sir Thomas Friskney, of Friskney, co. Lincoln, by his wife Grace Asfordby, dau. of John Asfordby, and had issue:

1a. Gregory Dymoke, ancestor of the Dymokes of Warwickshire

2a. John Dymoke, of Coats, co. Lincoln, mar. Beatrice Leake, and had issue:

1b. John Dymoke (dsp.), mar. Joan Hough, dau. and hrss. of John Hough

2b. Thomas Dymoke, mar., and had issue:

1c. Andrew Dymoke, mar. Dorothy Meeres (mar. (2) Sir John Monson, of South Carlton, co. Lincoln), sister of Christopher Meeres, of Holbeach, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1d. Thomas Dymoke, of Friskney, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln 1542 (d. 1 Feb 1545/6; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral), mar. Dorothy Tournay, dau. and hrss. of John Tournay (d. after 30 Sep 1542), and had issue:

1e. William Dymoke, of Friskney and North Carlton, co. Lincoln (d. 16 Apr 1549; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral), mar. Elizabeth Harington (mar. (2) William Fitzwilliam, of Lincoln (bur. betw. 6 Jun 1597 and 19 Jul 1597), son of Humphrey Fitzwilliam, of Clayworth, co. Nottingham, by his wife Anne Dalyson, dau. of William Dalyson, of Laughton, co. Lincoln), 2nd dau. of Sir John Harrngton, of Exton, co. Rutland, by his wife Elizabeth Motton, dau. and hrss. of Sir Robert Motton, of Pickleton, co. Leicester, and had issue:

1f. Robert Dymoke, of North Carlton, co. Lincoln (dsp. 13 Sep 1593; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral)

1f. Anne Dymoke (dsp. 18 Aug 1616; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral), mar. (1) as his fourth wife Charles Bolle, of Haugh, co. Lincoln (dvp. 3 Feb 1590/1; bur. at Haugh, co. Lincoln), only son and heir ap. of Richard Bolle, of Haugh, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln, by his first wife Jane Skipwith, dau. of Sir William Skipwith, of South Ormsby, co. Lincoln , and (2) also as his fourth wife Bartholomew Armine, of Osgodby, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln 1586 (b. c. 1541; d. and bur. at Lavington, co. Lincoln 11 Sep 1598), 4th son and eventual heir of William Armine, of Osgodby, co. Lincoln, by his first wife Katherine Thimelby, dau. of Sir John Thimelby, of Irnham, co. Lincoln

1e. Margaret Dymoke (bur. at Burgh-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln 20 Sep 1547), mar. after 13 Jan 1527/8 as his first wife Thomas Quadring, of Irby, co. Lincoln (d. after 1554), 1st son and heir of William Quadring, of Irby, co. Lincoln, by his wife Jane Harding, of Bridgewater, and had issue:

1f. Protasia Quadring (bapt. 12 Sep 1547; mar. (2) Miles Ashton), mar. Robert Cracroft, of Burgh-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln (bapt. 8 May 1545; bur. at Burgh-le-Masrsh, co. Lincoln 21 Nov 1575), 1st son and heir of William Cracroft, of Burgh-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln, by his wife Elizabeth Howson, and had issue:

1g. Robert Cracroft (bapt. 9 Sep 1568)

2g. Thomas Cracroft, of Burgh-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln, inherited Friskney, co. Lincoln, from his cousin Anne Armine 1616 (bapt. 23 Oct 1569; d. 10 Feb 1616/17), mar. Anne Johnson (mar. (2) Christopher Palmer, of Burgh-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln), only dau. of George Johnson, of Thwaite in the parish of Welton-le-Marsh, co. Lincoln, Steward of the Manor of Spalding, co. Lincoln, by his first wife Elizabeth Thimblethorpe, dau. of George Thimblethorpe, of Foulsham, co. Norfolk, and had issue

3g. Robert Cracroft (bapt. 9 Sep 1571; bur. 28 Aug 1584)

1g. Agnes Cracroft, mar. 10 Nov 1584 John Simpson

2g. Elizabeth Cracroft (bapt. 12 May 1575), mar. 25 Jul 1596 John Kirkman, of East Keal, co. Lincoln

3b. Andrew Dymoke (dsp.)

3a. William Dymoke, mar., and had issue:

1b. John Dymoke, mar., and had issue:

1c. John Dymoke, of co. Nottingham, mar. (1) ..... ....., and had issue:

1d. William Dymoke (dsp.)

1d. Margaret Dymoke, mar. John Malin, of Tuxford, co. Nottingham, and had issue

John Dymoke, mar. (2) ..... ....., and had further issue:

2d. Rev Nicholas Dymoke

3d. Rev George Dymoke

4d. Richard Dymoke (d. in the lifetime of his elder brother William Dymoke), mar., and had issue:

1e. William Dymoke, heir male of his uncle (dsp.)

1e. Joanetta Dymoke, mar. John Lee, and had issue

5d. Thomas Dymoke (d. in the lifetime of his nephew William Dymoke), mar., and had issue:

1e. George Dymoke, heir male of his cousin William

2d. Cecilia Dymoke, mar. Ralph de Segrave

John Dymoke, mar. (3) ..... ....., and had further issue:

6d. Robert Dymoke

died

16 Apr 1381

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Lincolnshire c. 1373; in 1377 after a prolonged contest before the Court of Claims he established in right of his wife the claim to be King's Champion against the counterclaim of Sir Baldwin de Freville; Champion of England jure uxoris at the Coronation of King Richard II 1377

 

Sir Thomas Dymoke, 12th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1355

mar.

Elizabeth Hebden (d. c. 1453), dau. and hrss. of Sir Nicholas Hebden, by his wife Katherine de Wyhom, dau. and hrss. of William de Wyhom, by his wife beatrice de Rye, dau. of Sir Edmund de Rye

children

1. Sir Philip Dymoke, 13th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Nicholas Dymoke, mar., and had issue:

1a. Alice Dymoke, mar. Charles Angevyne

1. Elizabeth Dymoke, mar. Robert Fleming

died

c.  1423

suc. by

son

note

a Knight of the Bath before the Coronation of King Henry IV 1399; acted as Champion of England on behalf of his mother at the Coronations of King Henry IV 1399 and King Henry V 1413

 

Sir Philip Dymoke, 13th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1421

mar.

18 Apr 1431 Joan Conyers, sister of Sir Christopher Conyers, of Sockburn, co. Durham, and dau. of Robert Conyers, of Sockburn, co. Durham (by his wife Isabel Pert, dau. and cohrss. of William Pert, of Tiverington, co. York, by his wife Joan Scrope, dau. and hrss. of Sir Stephen Scrope, of Leyburn, co. York), 1st son and heir of Sir John Conyers, of Sockburn, co. Durham, by his wife Elizabeth de Aton, 3rd dau. and cohrss. of William [de Aton], 2nd Baron Aton

only child

1. Sir Thomas Dymoke, 14th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

died

23 Sep 1455

suc. by

son

note

Champion of England at the Coronation of  King Henry VI 1429

 

Sir Thomas Dymoke, 14th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1428

mar.

c. 1457 Margaret de Welles, 3rd dau. of Lionel [de Welles], 6th Baron Welles, by his wife Joan Waterton, sister and hrss. in her issue of Sir Robert Waterton, of Waterton and Methley, co. York, and dau. of Sir Robert Waterton, of Waterton and Methley, co. York

children

1. Sir Robert Dymoke, 15th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Sir Lionel Dymoke, of Mareham-le-Hill and Stickford, co. Lincoln, knighted at the Siege of Tournay, Sheriff of Lincoln 1515 (d. 17 Aig 1519;  bur. at Horncastle, co. Lincoln), mar. (1) ..... ....., (2) Joanna Griffith, dau. and cohrss. of Richard Griffith, of Stickford, co. Lincoln, and (3) Anne Gournay (widow of William Gournay (d. betw. 29 Mar 1520 and 7 May 1521; bur. in St Michael's Church, Boston, co. Lincoln), dau. of ..... ....., and had issue by his first wife:

1a. ..... Dymoke (dvp. an infant)

2a. ..... Dymoke (dvp. an infant)

1a. ..... Dymoke

2a. Alice Dymoke, mar. as his second wife Sir William Skipwith, of South Ormsby, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln 1527 (d. 7 Jul 1547), only son and heir of Sir John Skipwith, of South Ormsby, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln 1493, by his wife Catherine Fitzwilliam, dau. of Sir Richard Fitzwilliam, of Aldwarke, co. York, and had issue

3a. ..... Dymoke, mar. John Goodricke, Sheriff of Lincoln 1535, brother of Rt Rev Thomas Goodricke, Bishop of Ely, and 1st son and heir of Edward Goodrick, of East Kirkby, co. Lincoln, by his wife Jane Williamson, dau. of ..... Williamson, of Boston, co. Lincoln, and had issue

1. Margaret Dymoke (dvp. 2 Jun 1463; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral). mar. Thomas Fitzwilliam, of Mablethorpe, co. Lincoln (d. 9 Apr 1479; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral), and had issue

2. Anne Dymoke (dvp. 1462)

3. Anne Dymoke (d. 1492)

died

12 Mar 1470 (beheaded by the Yorkists before the Battle of Stamford)

suc. by

son

note

Champion of England at the Coronation of King Edward IV 1461; he changed allegiance from the House of York to the House of Lancaster and joined with his brother-in-law, Sir Richard Welles, jure uxoris 7th Baron Willoughby de Eresby, in supporting the Kingmaker's plot, which resulted in the brief restoration of King Henry VI in 1469; after King Edward IV had recovered his throne he arrested Lord Willoughby and Sir Thomas at Huntingdon, 9 Mar 1470/1, and took them with him to Stamford, where he caused them both to be beheaded 12 Mar 1470, as Lord Willoughby's son, Sir Robert Welles, was trying to rescue them

 

Sir Robert Dymoke, 15th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1461

mar. (1)

Ann Cresmore, dau. of Alexander Cresmore

children by first wife

1. Ursula Dymoke, mar. (1) Sir John Rudston, Lord Mayor of London 1528, and (2) as his second wife Sir Edward Wotton. of Boughton Malherbe, co. Kent (d. 1551), and had issue by her first husband

2. Margaret Dymoke, mar. (1) Sir Richard Vernon, of Haddon Hall, co. Derby (d. 1516/7), 1st son and heir of Sir Henry Vernon, of Haddon Hall, co. Derby, Governor and Treasurer to Arthur, Prince of Wales, by his wife Lady Anne Talbot, 1st dau. of John [Talbot], 2nd Earl of Shrewsbury, (2) Sir William Coffin (dsp. 8 Dec 1538), and (3) Sir Richard Manners (d. 1551), 4th son of George [Manners], 11th Baron Ros, by his wife Ann St Leger, only dau. and hrss. of Sir Thomas St Leger, by his wife Lady Ann Holland (former wife of Henry [Holland], 2nd Duke of Exeter), sister of King Edward IV and 1st dau. of Richard [Plantagenet], 3rd Duke of York, and had issue by her first and third husbands

3. Maud Dymoke (dsp.), mar. ..... Hopton

mar. (2)

Jane Sparrow, dau. and hrss. of John Sparrow, of London

children by second wife

1. Sir Edward Dymoke, 16th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Arthur Dymoke

died

13 Apr 1544

suc. by

son by second wife

note

knighted 1481; Champion of England at the Coronations of King Richard III 1483, King Henry VII 1485 and King Henry VIII 1509; Sheriff of Lincoln 1485, 1503 and 1509; Knight of the Body to King Henry VIII; Commander at the Siege of Tournay; Treasurer of Tournay 1515

 

Sir Edward Dymoke MP, 16th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1508

mar.

Anne Tailboys (mar. (2) as his second wife Robert Carr, of Sleaford, co. Lincoln), sister and cohrss. of Rev William Tailboys, de jure 13th Baron Kyme, and 2nd dau. of Sir George Tailboys, de jure 9th Baron Kyme, by his second wife Elizabeth Gascoigne, 2nd dau. of Sir William Gascoigne V, of Gawthorpe, co. York, by his wife and second cousin once removed Lady Margaret Percy, 2nd dau. of Henry [Percy], 2nd Earl of Northumberland

children

1. Sir Robert Dymoke, 17th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Sir Charles Dymoke MP, of Coates, co. Lincoln, Member of Parliament for Lincoln City 1592, knighted c. 1603 (d. betw. 3 Mar 1610/11 and 5 Apr 1611), mar. Margaret Butler (widow  of Anthony Butler, of Coates, co. Lincoln; d. bef. 3 Mar 1610/11), dau. of Morris Wogan, of Bloxham, co. Oxford, and had issue:

1a. Bridget Dymoke (dvp. an infant)

3. Edward Dymoke, of Lincoln, signed a Visitation pedigree 1634 (b. c. 1556), mar. Troth Dymoke (bapt. 3 Oct 1565), dau. of Thomas Dymoke, of Beelsby, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1a. Margaret Dymoke, mar. bef. 3 Mar 1610/11 William Marbury, of Girsby, co. Lincoln, and had issue

2a. Frances Dymoke (d. after 10 Jun 1625), mar. Mar 1614/15 Thomas Baker (d. bef. 10 Jun 1625), brother of Sir Richard Baker, of Holloway, co. Middlesex

4. Francis Dymoke

5. Arthur Dymoke, mar., and had issue:

1a. John Dymoke, mar. Katherine Broxholme, dau. of John Broxholme, of Lincoln, and had issue:

1b. Thomas Dymoke, admitted to Gray's Inn 9 Mar 1609/10, mar., and had issue:

1c. Col Cressy Dymoke, admitted to Gray's Inn 7 Aug 1629, claimant to the Championship against Sir Edward Dymoke at the Coronation of King Charles II 1660' a write who corresponded with Samuel Hartlibb and others on economic and agricultural subjects

2b. Rev John Dymoke, Rector of Haltham-on-Bain (d. betw. 8 Sep 1647 and 9 Oct 1649), mar. Martha Buckbury, dau. of John Buckbury, of Dowsby, and had issue:

1c. John Dymoke (bapt. 27 Jun 1624; bur. vp. 9 Mar 1633/4)

2c. Robert Dymoke, living 1647 (bapt. 22 Feb 1634/5)

3c. John Dymoke, of Beverley, co. York (d. c. 1687)

1c. Mary Dymoke (bapt. 28 May 1626), mar. Richard Cable

2c. Martha Dymoke (bapt. 9 Aug 1630)

3b. Edward Dymoke (bur. 22 Aug 1638), mar. Faith Picker, dau. of John Picker, of Mareham-le-Fen, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1c. John Dymoke (bapt. 30 Nov 1638)

1c. Priscilla Dymoke (bapt. 20 Aug 1620)

2c. Frances Dymoke (bur. 1 Sep 1620)

3c. Hester Dymoke (bapt. 16 Jun 1622)

4c. Dorothy Dymoke (bapt. 24 Oct 1624), mar. 2 Jun 1646 Christopher Longstaffe

5c. Jane Dymoke (bapt. 22 Apr 1627; bur. vp. 20 Dec 1627)

4b. Robert Dymoke (bapt. 30 Oct 1590)

5b. Charles Dymoke (bapt. 12 Feb 1597/8)

1. Margaret Dymoke (bur. 15 Sep 1591 at Ingleby Greenhow, co. York), mar. bef. 1558 William [Eure], 2nd Baron Eure, and had issue

2. Elizabeth Dymoke (d. after 1 Apr 1592; bur. at Blyborough, co. Lincoln), mar. as his first wife Sir Henry Ayscough, of Blyborough, co. Lincoln (b. c. 1534; d. 22 Oct 1611), 1st son and heir of Walter Ayscough, of Blyborough and North Carlton, co. Lincoln, by his wife Elizabeth Gurney, dau. and hrss. of John Gurney, by his wife Katherine, cousin and cohrss. of Charles [Brandon], Duke of Suffolk, and had issue

3. Dorothy Dymoke, mar. (1) Michael Tempest, of Homerhead, and (2) Francis Browne

4. Frances Dymoke, mar. Sir Mark Wyndebank, son of Sir Richard Wyndebank

5. Susan Dymoke (bur. at Pinchbeck, co. Lincon, 5 Jul 1620), mar. (1) as his second wife Arthur Walpole, of Pichbeck, co. Lincoln (bur. at All Saints', Stamford, co. Lincoln 12 Aug 1585), 2nd son of Robert Walpole, of Stamford and Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, by his first wife ..... Staveley, dau. and hrss. of John Staveley, of Stickney, co. Lincoln, and (2) Sir Thomas Lambert, of Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln (bur. at Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, 26 Jul 1613), and had issue by both husbands

6. Sarah Dymoke

7. Katharine Dymoke (dsp.), mar. as his first wife Charles Bolle, of Haugh, co. Lincoln (dvp. 3 Feb 1590/91; bur. at Haugh, co. Lincoln), only son and heir ap. of Richard Bolle, of Haugh, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln, by his first wife Jane Skipwith, dau. of Sir William Skipwith, of South Ormsby, co. Lincoln

died

16 Sep 1566

suc. by

son

note

a Knight Banneret 1562; Member of Parliament for Lincolnshire; Sheriff of Lincoln 1536, 1548 and 1554; Champion of England at the Coronations of King Edward VI 1547, Queen Mary I 1553, and Queen Elizabeth I 1559; lodged the Ambassador from Muscovy in his house in Fenchurch Street, London 1557

 

Sir Robert Dymoke, 17th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1537

mar.

Lady Bridget Clinton, 1st dau. of Edward [Clinton], 1st Earl of Lincoln, by his first wife Elizabeth Tailboys, Maid of Honour to Queen Catherine 1512-14 and formerly mistress to King Henry VIII by whom she was mother of Henry [FitzRoy], 1st Duke of Richmond and Somerset, widow of Gilbert [Tailboys], 1st Baron Tailboys, and 1st dau. of Sir John Blount, of Kinlet, co. Shropshire

children

1. Sir Edward Dymoke, 18th of Scrivelsby, co. York

2. Robert Dymoke (d. bef. 1619), mar., and had issue:

1a. Robert Dymoke (living 1619)

2a. Charles Dymoke (living 1619)

3a. Edward Dymoke (living 1619)

3. John Dymoke (d. after 1619), mar. Anne Cocker, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Christopher Cocker, and had issue:

1a. Sir Edward Dymoke (living 1619)

4. Talbois Dymoke (bur. 18 Oct 1602 at Horncastle, co. Lincoln)

5. Nicholas Dymoke (d. before 1619), mar. 20 Jun 1593 Elizabeth Danvers (bur. c. 1640 at Leverton), dau. of Thomas Danvers, of Upton and Calthorp, co. Oxford, and Coningsby, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1a. Charles Dymoke

2a. Sir Edward Dymoke, 20th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

1a. Margaret Dymoke

6. Charles Dymoke

1. Anne Dymoke (d. 23 Nov 1604; bur. at Rand, co. Lincoln), mar. 16 Jan 1585/6 as his first wife Charles Metham, of Bullington, co. Lincoln (d. between 23 Mar and 15 Jun 1631), only son of William Metham, of Bullington, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincoln 1575, by his second wife Ellen Whittington, dau. of William Whittington, of Newborough, co. Stafford, and had issue

2. Margaret Dymoke (d. after 3 Mar 1610/11), mar. as his second wife Sir Vincent Fulnetby, of Fulnetby, co. Lincoln (bur. at Rand, co. Lincoln 22 Nov 1623), 1st son and heir of John Fulnetby, of Fulnetby, co. Lincoln, by his wife Margaret Grantham, dau. of Vincent Grantham, of Bracebridge, co. Lincoln, and had issue

3. Mary Dymoke, mar. John Shute

died

in prison 12 Sep 1580 (bur. 26 Sep 1580 at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

note

he was imprisoned as a recusant in Lincoln Gaol by Thomas Cooper, Bishop of Lincoln, and died there; he is often styled "The Martyr Champion"

 

Sir Edward Dymoke, 18th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

1558

mar. (1)

Katherine Harrington, dau. of Sir James Harrington, of Exton, co. Rutland

children by first wife

1. Charles Dymoke (dvp. young)

1. Bridget Dymoke (bapt. 6 Nov 1597)

mar. (2)

Anne Monson, dau. of Sir John Monson, of South Carlton, co. Lincoln, Sheriff of Lincolnshure 1577, by his wife Jane Dighton, dau. of Robert Dighton, of Little Sturton, co. Lincoln

children by second wife

2. Edward Dymoke (bapt. 18 May 1600; dvp. young)

3. John Dymoke (dvp. young)

2. Bridget Dymoke (living 3 Mar 1610/11)

mar. (3)

18 Nov 1610 Mary Poultney (d. after 8 Jul 1641), dau. of Gabriel Poultney, of Misterton, co. Nottingham

only child by third wife

4. Charles Dymoke, 19th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

died

1 Aug 1624 (his bowels were interred at St Martin's-in-the-Fields 22 Aug 1624 and his body at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, 2 Sep 1624)

suc. by

son by third wife

note

Sheriff of Lincolnshire 1584; Champion of England at the Coronation of King James I 1603

 

Charles Dymoke, 19th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1613

died

in His Majesty's Garrison at Oxford 1644

suc. by

cousin

note

a zealous supporter of King Charles I

 

Sir Edward Dymoke, 20th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

mar.

21 Jun 1624 Jane Cressy (d. betw.. 15 Jul 1678 and 9 Jul 1679), 2nd dau. of Nicholas Cressy, of Fulsby, co. Lincoln, by his wife Frances Ayscough, dau. of Sir Henry Ayscough, of Blyborough, co. Lincoln, by his first wife Elizabeth Dymoke, 2nd dau. of Sir Edward Dymoke, 16th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

children

1. Sir Charles Dymoke, 21st of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Capt Edward Dymoke, of Grebby Hall in the Parish of Scremby, co. Lincoln (this estate, given to him by his father, was held in 1313 by Roger de Pedwardine and is stated to have passed into the possession of the Dymokes in the reign of King Edward III), and of Tumby Woodside in the Parish of Kirkby-super-Bane, co. Lincoln, Capt of Horse Lincolnshire Militia 1680 (d. betw. 21 Apr 1690 and 31 May 1694), mar. 18 Jul 1654 Abigail Snoden (bapt. 22 Oct 1629; bur. 29 Dec 1705 at Horncastle, co. Lincoln), 1st dau. of Rutland Snoden, of Horncastle, co. Lincoln, and Gray's Inn, London (by his wife Frances Townshend, widow of George Townshend), 3rd son of Robert Snoden DD, Bishop of Carlisle 1616-21, and had issue:

1a. Robert Dymoke, of Grebby Hall in the Parish of Scremby, co. Lincoln (b. 27 Apr 1655; bur. 11 Sep 1714 at Scremby, co. Lincoln), mar. after 26 Mar 1697 Elizabeth Kniveton (d. 16 Jan 1741/2; bur. at Willingham, co. Lincoln), only dau. of William Kniveton, of Great Sturton, co. Lincoln, physician, and had issue:

1b. Rev Robert Dymoke, of Grebby Hall, co. Lincoln (bapt. 17 Oct 1699; accidentally drowned in the Chequer Well, Lincoln 27 Jan 1735; bur. in Lincoln Cathedral)

2b. Reuben Dymoke (bapt. 13 May 1698; d. 14 Dec 1724; bur. at Scremby, co. Lincoln), mar. Sarah Dove (mar. (2) William Booth, of Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln; bur. 28 May 1765 at Scremby, co. Lincoln), and had issue:

1c. Kniveton Dymoke (bapt. 13 May 1719; bur. 4 Sep 1735 at Scremby, co. Lincoln)

1b. Elizabeth Dymoke, heir to her brother Robert in the Grebby Hall estate (bapt. 30 Mar 1703; d. 5 Feb 1780/1; bur. at Willingham, co. Lincoln), mar. Rev Thomas Wells, Rector of Willingham and Springthorpe, co. Lincoln, and Chaplain to Lord Cathcart (b. c. 1702; d. 1 Jul 1781), son of Rev Thomas Wells, Perpetual Curate of  Toynton and Rector of Dalderby, and had issue

2a. Edward Dymoke, of Waddingworth, co. Lincoln, which he inherited from his uncle, George Snoden, of Waddingworth, co. Lincoln (b. c. 1656; dspm. 29 Apr 1729; bur. at Waddingworth, co. Lincoln), mar. Mary Booth (b. 1650; widow of Capt John Booth, of Market Rasen, co. Lincoln; d. 22 Jun 1740; bur. at Market Rasen, co. Lincoln), 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Johnh Lodington, of Fulnetby, co. Lincoln, by his wife Mary Cowper, sister and cohrss. of Francis Cowper, and dau. of Edward Cowper, of Kirton-in-Lindsey, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1b. Abigail Dymoke (b. c. 1691; d. 22 M\ar 1708; bur. at Waddingworth, co. Lincoln)

2b. Jane Dymoke (b. c. 1693; d. 22 Aug 1761; bur. at Wisbeach, co. Lincoln), mar. after 13 Nov 1725 Edward Southwell, of Wisbeach, co. Lincoln (b. 18 Nov 1694; d. Nov 1748; bur. at Wisbeach, co. Lincoln), son and heir of Edward Southwell, of Wisbeach, co. Lincoln, barrister-at-law, and had issue

3a. John Dymoke (bur. 27 Aug 1701 at Horncastle, co. Lincoln), mar. his first cousin Elizabeth Dymoke (d. between 1723 and 1724), sister and hrss. in her issue of Edward Dymoke, of Tetford, co. Lincoln, and 1st dau. of Nicholas Dymoke, of Wood Enderby, co. Lincoln, by his first wife Sarah ....., and had issue:

1b. John Dymoke, of Lincoln and later 2nd of Tetford, co. Lincoln, mercer, Chamberlain of West Ward of Lincoln 1711, candidate for the Coronorship of Lincoln 1729-31, heir and executor of his maternal uncle, Edward Dymoke, of Tetford, co. Lincoln (d. Jul 1748), mar. Jane ..... (d. Jul 1745), and had issue:

1c. Edward Dymoke (bapt. 21 May 1713; bur. vp. 22 Sep 1714 at St Benedict's, Lincoln)

2c. John Dymoke, 3rd of Tetford, co. Lincoln, heir-at-law to the second son of Sir Edward Dymoke on the death of Lewis Dymoke in 1760 (bapt. 20 Dec 1717; d. 21 Aug 1782; bur. at Tetford, co. Lincoln). mar. Rebecca Raynor (b. c. 1732; d. 14 Feb 1819), dau. of John Raynor, of Gate Burton, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1d. Lieut Edward Dymoke, Quartermaster North Lincolnshire Militia (b. c. 1753; d. Apr 1800)

2d. Rev John Dymoke, Rector of Brinkhill and Curate of Tetford (b. c. 1756; d. Mar 1821)

3d. Rayner Dymoke (dvp. an infant Feb 1760)

4d. Thomas Dymoke, 4th of Tetford, co. Lincoln (bapt. 19 Jul 1761; d. 4 Jun 1837; bur. at Tetford, co. Lincoln), mar. 7 Jul 1791 Ann Frances Capp (b. c. 1766; d. 20 Apr 1819), dau. of ..... Capp, of Fulbeck, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1e. John Dymoke (bapt. 9 Mar 1792; bur. vp. 26 Dec 1793)

2e. Edward Dymoke (bapt. 30 Oct 1796; d. at Trichinopoly 17 Jan 1825)

3e. John Dymoke, 5th of Tetford, co. Lincoln (b. 11 Dec 1798; d. 6 Nov 1864; bur. at Tetford, co. Lincoln), mar. 22 Sep 1819 Margaret Scaman (b. 10 Feb 1794; d. 9 Nov 1883), dau. of Francis Scaman, of Tetford, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1f. John Dymoke (b. 4 Oct 1821; bur. vp. 25 May 1860 at Tetford, co. Lincoln)

2f. Francis Scaman Dymoke, 6th of Tetford, co. Lincoln, later 31st of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

3f. Edward Dymoke (b. 10 Dec 1831; d. 23 Dec 1889)

1f. Margaret Dymoke

2f. Elizabeth Dymoke

3f. Ann Frances Dymoke

1e. Mary Dymoke (b. 12 Jun 1794; d. 3 Apr 1822), mar. 27 Apr 1820 Robert Lockwood

2e. Rebecca Dymoke (b. 8 Apr 1801), mar. 11 Mar 1824 Benjamin Seward

5d. Rayner Dymoke

6d. Robert Dymoke (b. c. 1768; d. Feb 1822)

7d. Reuben Dymoke (bapt. 5 Apr 1772)

3c. Nathaniel Dymoke (bapt. 4 Apr 1720; bur. vp. 19 Aug 1720 at St Benedict's, Lincoln)

4c. Edward Dymoke (bapt. 22 Feb 1721/2)

1c. Elizabeth Dymoke (bapt. 9 Jun 1712)

2c. Jane Dymoke (bapt. 29 Aug 1714; bur. vp. 17 Sep 1717 at St Benedict's, Lincoln)

3c. Abigail Dymoke (bapt. 18 Aug 1715)

4c. Mary Dymoke (bapt. 21 Apr 1718)

5c. Barbara Dymoke (bapt. 21 Apr 1718; bur. vp. 15 Nov 1718 at St Benedict's, Lincoln)

1b. Abigail Dymoke (d. after 18 Dec 1739)

1a. Frances Dymoke (b. 20 Aug 1658)

3. Nicholas Dymoke, of Wood Enderby, co. Lincoln (bur. 20 Dec 1714), mar. (1) Sarah ....., and had issue:

1a. Edward Dymoke, of Tetford, co. Lincoln, which was devised to him along with Hagnabie Hall in 1675 (dsp. between 18 Dec 1739 and 26 Apr 1740; bur. at Tetford, co. Lincoln)

1a. Elizabeth Dymoke, a legatee of her grandmother 1675 (d. berween 1723 and 1724), mar. her cousin John Dymoke (bur. 27 Aug 1701 at Horncastle, co. Lincoln), 3rd son of Capt Edward Dymoke, of Grebby Hall, co. Lincoln, by his wife Abigail Snoden, dau. of Rutland Snoden, of Horncastle, co. Lincoln, and had issue

2a. Frances Dymoke (bapt. 30 Dec 1661)

Nicholas Dymoke mar. (2) 28 Aug 1663 Ann Jessup, dau. of John Jessup, and had issue:

2a. Charles Dymoke (bapt. 5 Aug 1664/5)

3a. Nicholas Dymoke (bapt. 11 Jan 1665/6; bur. vp. 16 May 1668)

4a. Nicholas Dymoke (bapt. 9 Feb 1667/8)

5a. John Dymoke (bapt. 31 May 1670; bur. vp. 3 Nov 1671)

3a. Jane Dymoke (bapt. 14 Feb 1666/7; bur. vp. 6 Dec 1671)

4a. Anne Dymoke (bapt. 27 Jan 1667/8)

Nicholas Dymoke mar. (3) Audrey ..... (d. c. 1732), and had issue:

6a. Nicholas Dymoke (bapt. 24 Dec 1673; bur. vp. 26 Dec 1673)

7a. Thomas Dymoke (bur. vp. 28 Mar 1714)

8a. Nicholas Dymoke (bapt. 22 Oct 1677)

5a. Jane Dymoke, mar. John Longstaff

6a. Frances Dymoke (bapt. 29 Jun 1671)

7a. Grace Dymoke (bapt. 15 Sep 1675)

8a. Alice Dymoke (bapt. 16 Sep 1683), mar. William Green

4. John Dymoke, of Belchford, co. Lincoln (d. 20 Feb 1668), mar. Elizabeth Welcome (bapt. 1 Feb 1631/2; d. after 1663), only dau. and hrss. of Thomas Welcome, of Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln, by his wife Martha Bryan, dau. of Thomas Bryan, of Bolingbroke, co. Lincoln, and had issue:

1a. Thomas Dymoke, eldest son in 1663

2a. Edward Dymoke, second son in 1663, a legatee of his great-aunt Faith Tyrwhit 18 Feb 1669/70

3a. Charles Dymoke, of Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln, a legatee of his great-aunt Faith Tyrwhit 18 Feb 1669/70 (b. c. 1664; d. 2 Jan 1723/4; bur. at Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln). mar. after 29 Sep 1689 Mary Needham (b. c. 1666; d. 25 Jan 1756; bur. at Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln), dau. and cohrss. of Edward Needham, of Ilston, co. Leicester, by his wife Mary Thorne, dau. of Dr Giles Thorne DD, and had issue:

1b. John Needham Dymoke (d. Nov 1756; bur. at Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln)

2b. Edward Dymoke, of Fenchurch Street, London, later 24th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

3b. Dr Charles Dymoke MD, of Lincoln (b. c. 1705; d. 12 May 1761; bur. at Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln, mar. Elizabeth Payne (b. c. 1716; d. 10 Sep 1772), and had issue:

1c. Charles Dymoke (d. after 31 Oct 1747)

2c. John Dymoke (d. after 31 Oct 1747)

3c. John Needham Dymoke, Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge (d. Jul 1772)

4c. Edward Dymoke

4b. Lewis Dymoke, of Fenchurch Street, London, merchant (d. before 20 Dec 1766), mar., and had issue:

1c. Mary Dymoke (d. after 31 Oct 1747)

2c. Elizabeth Dymoke (d. after 31 Oct 1747)

1b. Jane Dymoke, of Hadley, co. Middlesex, and later of Halford, co. Lincoln (d. between 7 Mar 1769 and 13 Mar 1773)

2b. Mary Dymoke, mar. ..... Williamson

3b. Elizabeth Dymoke (b. c. 1696; d. 22 Jul 1743)

1. Frances Dymoke

died

betw. 28 Dec 1663 and 9 Feb 1663/4 (bur. 8 Jan 1663/4 at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

son

note

signed the Visitation Pedigree 1634; fined under the Commonwealth for "malignancy" and for bearing "a lewd and malicious title"; knighted 1661; Champion of England at the Coronation of King Charles II 1661; Sheriff of Lincoln 1662

 

Sir Charles Dymoke, 21st of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

c. 1626

mar.

Hon Eleanor Watson (bur. 7 Jul 1698 at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln), 3rd dau. of Lewis [Watson], 1st Baron Rockingham, by his second wife Eleanor Manners, sister of John [Manners], 8th Earl of Rutland, and 2nd dau. of Sir George Manners, of Haddon Hall, co. Derby, by his wife Grace Pierrepont, sister of Robert [Pierrepont], 1st Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull, and 2nd dau. of Sir Henry Pierrepont, of Holme Pierrepont, co. Nottingham

children

1. Charles Dymoke (dvp. young; bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

2. Charles Dymoke, 22nd of Scriveslby, co. Lincoln

3. Edward Dymoke (b. c. 1674; bur. 13 May 1694 at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

4. Lewis Dymoke, 23rd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

1. Grace Dymoke

2. Frances Dymoke

3. Penelope Dymoke

4. Eleanor Dymoke (bur. 28 Dec 1707 at Burwell, co. Lincoln), mar. Matthew Lister, of Burwell, co. Lincoln (bapt. 27 Apr 1666; bur. 22 Jun 1700 at Burwell, co. Lincoln), 1st son and heir of Michael Lister, of Burwell, co. Lincoln, by his first wife Ann Peers, widow of Thomas Peers, of Alverstone, co. Warwick, and dau. of Abraham Burrell, of Medloe, co. Huntingdon, and had issue

5. Jane Dymoke (b. c. 1666; d. 22 May 1733; bur. at Great Hale, co. Lincoln), mar. 28 Oct 1686 Robert Cawdron, of Great Hale, co. Lincoln (bur. 20 Jul 1715 at Great Hale, co. Lincoln), 1st son and heir of Augustine Cawdron, of Great Hale, co. Lincoln, by his wife Anne Needham, dau. of John Needham, of Ilston, co. Leicester, and had issue

6. Elizabeth Dymoke, a legatee of her sister Jane Cawdron 26 Sep 1730

died

1688

suc. by

son

note

knighted 1673; Deputy Lieutenant for Lincolnshire 1680; Champion of England at the Coronation of King James II 1685

 

Charles Dymoke MP, 22nd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

mar.

Jane Snoden (dsp. 4 Jan 1743/4; bur. at Horncastle, co. Lincoln), only dau. and hrss. of Robert Snoden, of Asterby, co. Lincoln, by his wife Dorothy Acham, widow of George Acham, of Asterby, co. Lincoln, and dau. and hrss. of Edward Wingate

died

s.p. 17 Jan 1702/03

suc. by

brother

note

Champion of England at the Coronations of King William III and Queen Mary II 1689 and Queen Anne 1702 ; Member of Parliament for Lincolnshire 1698-1701

 

Lewis Dymoke MP, 23rd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

bapt.

14 Feb 1669

died

14 Feb 1760 (bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

first cousin once removed

note

Member of Parliament for Lincolnshire 1702-05 and 1710-13; Champion of England at the Coronations of King George I 1714 and King George II 1727; on his death he left Scrivelsby Court to his first cousin once removed, Edward Dymoke. of Fenchurch Street, London, grandson of John Dymoke, of Belchford, co. Lincoln, fourth son of Sir Edward Dymoke, 24th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, rather than to his first cousin twice removed and heir-at-law, John Dymoke, 3rd of Tetford, co. Lincoln, great-grandson of Capt Edward Dymoek, of Grebby Hall, co. Lincoln, second son of Sir Edward Dymoke, 24th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

 

Edward Dymoke, 24th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

mar.

Elizabeth Coward (widow  of James Coward, of Beckington, co. Somerset), dau. of ..... Segrave

children

1. Charles Dymoke, twin with John (b. 20 Mar 1730; bur. vp. 2 Oct 1734 in St Benet, Gracechurch Street, London)

2. John Dymoke, 25th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

3. Edward Dymoke, of Kingston-upon-Hull, co. York, and Barton-on-Humber, co. Lincoln (b. bef. 31 Oct 1747; d. between 5 Oct 1801 and 29 Mar 1804), mar. Sarah ..... (d. 2 Nov 1815), and had issue

1. Elizabeth Dymoke (b. before 31 Oct 1747), mar. 9 May 1761 William Harris, of Castle Yard, Holborn, co. Middlesex

died

12 Sep 1760 (bur. at Saucethorpe, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

son

note

Citizen of London 1756; inherited Scrivelsby Court in 1760 by virtue of the will of his first cousin once removed Lewis Dymoke, 23rd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

 

John Dymoke, 25th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

20 Mar 1730

mar.

9 Jun 1761 Martha Holmes (b. c. 1734; d. 10 Aug 1811; bur. at Paddington, co. Middlesex), dau. and hrss. of Josias Holmes

children

1. Lewis Dymoke, 26th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Rev John Dymoke, 27th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

1. Katherine Dymoke, mar. 19 Nov 1787 James Bradshaw, of Barrow Hodges, Carshalton, co. Surrey, and Weald Hall, co. Essex, and had issue

2. Elizabeth Dymoke (dsp. 21 Nov 1790; bur. at St Mary's Whitechapel, co. Middlesex), mar. 29 Sep 1789 Walter Smith, of FRedburn, co. Hertford

3. Sophia Dymoke (b. 1769; d. 14 Mar 1844), mar. 16 Dec 1795 John Tyrwhit, of Worcester, Marshal to the Admiralty at Gibraltar, yr. brother of Sir Thomas Tyrwhit-Jones, Bt., and had issue

died

3 Mar 1784 (bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

son

note

Champion of England at the Coronation of King George III 1761 ,when he rode the horse the late King had ridden at the Battle of Dettingen; while he was in attendance as Champion at the Coronation, the fire took place at Scrivelsby Court which destroyed the house including the panels in the Great Hall, on which were depicted the various arms and alliances of the family

 

Lewis Dymoke, 26th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

18 Mar 1763

died

12 May 1820

suc. by

brother

note

Sheriff of Lincolnshire 1789; unsuccessfully claimed the Barony of Marmion before the House of Lords 1814

 

Rev John Dymoke, 27th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

1764

mar.

19 Jul 1799 Amelia Jane Alice Elphinstone (d. 26 Apr 1856), sister of Maj Gen Sir Howard Elphinstone, 1st Bt. CB, and 2nd dau. of Capt John Elphinstone RN, Admiral in the Russian service, by his wife Amelia Warburton, only dau. of John Warburton, Somerset Herald

children

1. Sir Henry Dymoke, 1st Bt., 28th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

2. Rev John Dymoke, 29th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

1. Charlotte Dymoke (b. 3 Jun 1799; dvp. 26 Oct 1799; bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincon)

2. Mary Dymoke (b. 15 Nov 1802; dvp. 15 Apr 1803; bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

3. Maria Georgina Dymoke (b. 7 Feb 1807; d. 18 Nov 1888), mar. 31 Jul 1832 Sir John Bell William Mansel, 11th Bt., of Middlescombe, co. Carnarvon, and had issue

died

3 Dec 1828 (bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

suc. by

son

note

Rector of Scrivelsby 1788-1828 and Prebendary of Lincoln; Champion of England by Deputy at the Coronation of King George IV 1821

 

Sir Henry Dymoke, 1st Bt., 28th of Scrivelsby

born

5 Mar 1801

mar.

14 Jan 1823 Emma Pearce (d. 9 Jul 1884), 2nd dau. of William Pearce, of Weasenham Hall, co. Norfolk, and Holm Cottage, Richmond, co. Surrey

only child

1. Emma Jane Dymoke (b. 11 Feb 1826; d. 6 Jan 1922), mar. 20 Aug 1861 Sir Francis Houlton Hartwell, 3rd Bt., and had issue

died

s.p.m. 28 Apr 1865 (bur. at Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln)

created

Sep 1841 a Baronet of the United Kingdom, styled "of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln"

suc. by

brother

note

Champion of England at the Coronation of King George IV 1821 as Deputy to his father (a ceremony witnessed and described by Sir Walter Scott, when the Champion rode a horse from Astley's Circus); as the Whig administration ruled that there should be no banquets after the Coronations of King William IV 1831, or of Queen Victoria 1838, he was not called upon to act as Champion in virtue of his own tenure of Scrivelsby; Sheriff of Lincolnshire 1833; Vice-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire; on his death the 1841 Baronetcy became extinct

 

Rev John Dymoke, 29th of Scrivelsby, co. Linoln

born

8 Oct 1804

mar.

22 Nov 1830 Mary Ann Madeley, only dau. and hrss. of Rev Clement Madeley DD, Vicar of Horncastle, co. Lincoln

children

1. Capt Henry Lionel Dymoke JP DL, 30th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

1. Louisa Dymoke (b. 3 Oct 1831; d. 17 Mar 1845)

died

22 Nov 1873

suc. by

son

note

Rector of Scrivelsby-cum-Dalderby 1829-67, and of Roughton-cum-Haltham, co. Lincoln; Chaplain to Lord Gardner

 

Capt Henry Lionel Dymoke JP DL, 30th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

9 Jan 1833

mar.

13 Sep 1873 Annie Louisa Gilmore (dsp. 10 Jan 1883), dau. of Henry Gilmore

died

s.p. 28 Dec 1875

suc. by

sixth cousin

note

Capt, North Lincolnshire Militia; he left Scrivelsby Court by his will to his widow for life, then in trust to the heirs of the body of John Dymoke, 3rd of Thetford

 

Francis Scaman Dymoke, 6th of Tetford, co. Lincoln, later 31st of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln

born

31 Jul 1829

mar.

11 Jul 1861 Mary Ann Pollexfen (d. 19 Sep 1922), dau. of Henry Pollexfen, of Thornton Lodge

only child

1. Frank Scaman Dymoke JP DL, 32nd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, and 7th of Tetford, co. Lincoln

died

1893

suc. by

son

note

 

Frank Scaman Dymoke JP DL, 32nd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, and 7th of Tetford, co. Lincoln

born

24 Jul 1862

mar. (1)

Jun 1893 Frances Ann Bell (b. c. 1870; d. 23 Aug 1906), 3rd dau. of Charles Bell, of Thorpe House, Scamblesby, co. Lincoln, farmer

children by first wife

1. Capt Lionel Marmion Dymoke (b. 31 Aug 1894; d. 17 Aug 1963), mar. 12 Aug 1925 Rachel Isabel Lindley, only dau. of Hon Lennox Hannay Lindley, of Roughton Hall, Woodhall Spa, co. Lincoln, physician to the Shah of Persia at Tehran (by his first wife Caroline Grevotte), 3rd son of Nathaniel [Lindley], Baron Lindley for life, a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary 1900-05, and had issue:

1a. Lt Col John Lindley Marmion Dymoke MBE, 33rd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, and 8th of Tetford, co. Lincoln

2a. Robert Nathaniel Marmion Dymoke (b. 26 Mar 1929), mar. 5 Jan 1959 Margaret Rosemary Corke, and has issue:

1b. John James Marmion Dymoke (b. 28 May 1960)

3a. Charles Hugh Marmion Dymoke (b. 19 Sep 1941)

1a. Susan Isabel Dymoke (b. 28 Oct 1931)

2. Edward Mansel Dymoke (b. 22 Feb 1897; d. Feb 1949)

mar. (2)

15 Jun 1907 Marion Royce Josselyn, 2nd dau. of  Charles Josselyn, of Colchester, co. Essex

died

29 Aug 1946

suc. by

grandson

note

King's Champion and Standard Bearer of England at the Coronations of King Edward VII 1902, King George V 1911 and King George VI 1937

 

Lt Col John Lindley Marmion Dymoke MBE, 33rd of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, and 8th of Tetford, co. Lincoln

born

1 Sep 1926

mar.

4 Sep 1953 Susan Cicely Fane (b. 9 Nov 1932), 1st dau. of Lieut Francis Christopher Fane, of Fulbeck Hall, co. Lincoln (by his wife Joyce Patricia Hancock, 2nd dau. of Rev William Hugh Munely Hancock, Vicar of Leadenham, co. Lincoln), 2nd son of Col William Vere Reeve Fane later King-Fane JP DL, of Fulbeck Hall, co. Lincoln, High Sheriff of Lincolnshire 1908 (by his wife Helen Beatrice Newman, 2nd dau. of Capt Thomas Holdsworth Newman JP), 1st son and heir of William Dashwood Fane JP, of Fulbeck Hall, co. Lincoln (by his wife Susan Millicent Reeve, 1st dau. of Lieut Gen John Reeve, of Leadenham House, co. Lincoln, by his wife Lady Susan Sherard, 6th dau. of Philip [Sherard], 5th Earl of Harborough), 1st son and heir of William Fane HEICS (by his wife Louisa Hay Dashwood, 3rd dau. of Thomas Dashwood HEICS (by his wife Charlotte Louisa Auriol, dau. of J Auriol), 3rd but 2nd surviving son of Sir James Dashwood, 2nd Bt., of Kirtlington, co. Oxford), 5th son of Hon Henry Fane MP (by his wife Anne Batson, dau. of Edward Buckley Batson, of Avon Tyrell, co. Hampshire, banker), 2nd son of Thomas [Fane], 8th Earl of Westmorland

children

1. Francis John Fane Marmion Dymoke, 34th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, and 9th of Tetford, co. Lincoln

2. Philip Henry Marmion Dymoke (b. 10 Sep 1957)

3. Charles Edward Marmion Dymoke (b. 19 Aug 1961)

died

21 Mar 2015

suc. by

son

note

served in World War II 1939-45 as Major, The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment; Queen's Champion and Standard Bearer of England at the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1953; Instructor, Royal Military Academy Sandhurst 1962-71

 

Francis John Fane Marmion Dymoke, 34th of Scrivelsby, co. Lincoln, and 9th of Tetford, co. Lincoln

born

19 Jan 1955

 

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