'Lumley01'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Lumley of Harleston, Lumley of Lumley

Osbert de Lumley
1. Liulph de Lumley
  m. Aelgitha of Northumberland (dau of Uchtred, Earl of Northumberland)
  A. Uchtred de Lumley
  i. William de Lumley
  m. Judith de Hesilden (dau of Hesilden of Hesilden)
  a. Sir William de Lumley
  TCP (Lumley) starts with the following William. TCP mentions the above descent but, whilst not denying it, is not convinced that it has been properly proved.
(1) Sir William de Lumley
  m. dau of Sir Walter de Audre
  (A) Sir Roger de Lumley (d by 1279) the first mentioned by Baker
  m. Sybil de Morewic (d 26.07.1298, dau of Hugh de Morewic)
  (i) Sir Robert de Lumley (b by 1272, d after 13.07.1308)
  This generation is omitted by BP1934, BE1883 & Baker.
  m. Mary FitzMarmaduke (dau of John FitzMarmaduke of Stranton by Isabel, dau of Robert de Bruce)
  (a) Robert de Lumley (d before 20.07.1325)
  m1. Lucia de Thweng (dau of Marmaduke de Thweng, Lord)
((1)) Sir Marmaduke de Lumley (b 04.09.1314, d 26.09.1365)
  m1. ?? (d 1343)
  m2. Margaret de Holand
  ((A)) Robert de Lumley (b c1354, d unm 12.1375)
  ((B)) Sir Ralph de Lumley, 1st Lord (b c1361, d 01.1399/1400)
Ralph was attainted, beheaded, and his title forfeited for his involvement in the Earl of Huntingdon's plot to murder Henry IV and restore King Richard.
  m. Eleanor Nevill (a 1441, dau of John Nevill, 3rd Lord of Raby)
  ((i)) Thomas de Lumley (dsp 1404)
  ((ii)) Sir John de Lumley (b 02.02.1382/3, d Bauge 22.03.1421)
  m. Felicia Redman (dau of Sir Matthew Redman, Governor of Berwick)
TCP and BE1883 report that Sir John had his possessions returned but reported that it was his son Thomas who successfully appealed to have his grandfather's attainder fully reversed so that he could use the title. BP1934 differs and shows this Sir John as 2nd Lord. We follow TCP but note that the numberings of the lordships hereafter differ with BP1934.
  ((a)) Sir Thomas Lumley, Governor of Scarborough, 2nd Lord (b 29.09.1408, d 01.04.1485)
  m. Margaret Harrington (dau of Sir James Harrington)
((iii))+ other issue - son, Marmaduke (Bishop of Carlisle then Lincoln)
  Lord Ralph's 3 daughters are identified on various web sites as ...
  ((v)) Elizabeth Lumley
  m. Adam Tyrwhitt of Ketilby
  ((vi)) Catherine Lumley
  m. Sir John Chidiock of Chidiock (b 1423, d 1479)
  ((vii)) daughter
  m. William Hussey
  However, the Clervaux records make it clear that Ralph & Ellinor were parents of ...
  ((viii)) Margaret Lumley
  m. Sir John Clervaux of Croft (d 1443)
  ((C)) Isabella Lumley probably of this generation, presumed of this marriage
  m1. Sir William de Menevill of Horden (d c1372)
  m2. Sir William Fulthorp
m2. Joan
  (b) Roger de Lumley of Heyford, Harleston, &c. (a 1306-7) this line provided by Baker
  ((1)) Robert Lumley of Harleston & Althorp (a 1364, 1406-7, d by 1411)
  m. Margaret (a 1410-1_
  ((A)) John Lumley of Harleston (d 1414)
  m. Margaret (a 1410)
  ((i)) Elizabeth Lumley (b c1412, a 1414)
  ((B)) Richard Lumley of Harleston (d 1459-60)
  m. Cecily (a 1422)
  ((i)) Robert Lumley (a 1433, dvp)
  m. Joan Dyve (dau of Edmund Dyve of Brampton)
  ((a)) John Lumley, last of Harleston (b c1423?, a1500)
  ((ii)) Andrew Lumley had issue
  ((C)) Elizabeth Lumley
  m. (18.06.1385) Thomas Statham of Morley
  ((D))+ other issue - |William (a 1385), John (a 1396), Marmaduke (a 1459)
  ((2)) Hamond Lumley (a 1364)
  B. Osbert de Stafford
  i. Ormonia de Stafford
  m. Robert de Persall of Persall (a 1068)

Main source(s): BP1934 '(Scarborough'), BE1883 ('Lumley'), TCP ('Lumley'), 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Heyford, Morewick and Lumley of Harleston &c', p167)
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