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Genealogical Account of LUMLE Y-SAUNDERSON, Earl of SCARBOROUGH, T HIS noble and ancient family Thomas the eldest son, died May
1 (which derive their surname 31, 1404, and was succeeded by from Lumley, a castle with a park Sir John, his next brother, who round it, luate on the bank of the being restored in blood by ad of river Were in the bishoprick of Dur. parliament in the thirteenth year of ham) deduce their origin from Or- the reign of Henry IV. was knighted bert de Lumley, whose son Liulph for his service in Scotland; but in was a nobleman of great reputation 1421 lost his life at the battle of in the reign of Edward the Confef- Baugy in France. He married Fesor. He married Algitha, daugh. liçia, daughter to Sir Matthew Redter to Aldred, earl of Northumber- man, governor of Berwick, by whom Jand, whose mother was the youngelt he had Thomas his heir, Edmund, daughter of king Ethelred II. and a daughter named Maud.
Marmaduke de Lumley, another Sir Thomas, who succeeded, in of the ancestors of this noble earl, 1453 was made governor of Scarbowas prior of St. John of Jerusalem; rough Castle for life ; upon whose and Sir Ralph his son was made gu- petition the attainder of his grandvernor of Berwick upon Tweed, in father and uncle was reversed. He the tenth year of the reign of Rich. married Margaret, daughter to Sir ard II. Two years after he obtained James Harrington, knt, and by her leave of that king to fortify his ma- had Sir George his heir, and three nor-house of Lumley, and was daughters. knighted. He sat in parliament as Sir George succeeded his father, lord Lumley, from the eighth year and was several times nominated thea of Richard II. to the first year of riff of Northumberland, and knight Henry IV. inclusive, when he and of the thire in 1466 ; and on the his eldest son Thomas were both at 22d of August, 1480, was made a tainted of high treason, but the same banneret in Towton-field, for his was reversed by act of parliament in valour against the Scors. He marthe first year of the reign of Edward ried Elizabeth, daughter and coheir IV. He died in 1399, leaving is. to Roger de Thornton, Efq; and sue by Eleanor, daughter to John dying in 1508, left issue three fons, lord Nevil, the first earl of West- Thomas, Roger, and Ralph. moreland, four lons, Thomas, John, Thomas the eldest died in his faWilliam, and Marmaduke, and three ther's life-tim?, 1488, and left issue daughters.
by Elizabeth Plantagenet his wife, December, 1764.
natural daughter to king Edward IV. ving issue, the new-created barony four fons, Richard, John, George, of Lumley expired with him. We and Roger, and three daughters. now return to
Richard, who succeeded his grand. Anthony, the second son of Rifather, was fummoned to parliamant chard lord Lumley. He married a in the beginning of the reign of Hen- daughter of Richard Gray of Northry VIII. and marrying Anne daugh- umberland, Esq; by whom he had ter to William lord Conyers, of Roger bis heir, who married Anne Hornby in Yorkshire, had two sons, daughter to -- Kurtwich, Efq; John his heir, and Anthony, of and by her had several fons and whom we mall speak hereafter. daughters.
John served in two parliaments in Richard, the eldest son, being the reign of Henry VIII. He mar- the chief heir male of the family, ried Joan, daughter to Henry lord after the decease of the abovemen. Scroop of Bolton, by whom he had tioned John lord Lumley, inherited an only son,
the castle of Lumley, and the great. George, who being concerned in est part of the estate of his ancer. an insurrection with the lord Darcy tors, by deed of settlement, and the and others, was commited to the last will and testament of the said Tower of London; and in 1538 be- lord Lumley. He was knighted by ing arraigoed at Weltminster, was king James I. and in him the honour found guilty of high-treason, and of lord Lumley was again revived; suffered death in the life-time of his for on the 12th of July 1628, he father. He married Jane, second was created viscount Lumley of Wa. daughter and coheir to Sir Richard terford in Ireland. In the time of Knightley of Fawlley in Northamp. the rebellion, he espoused the caufe tonshire, knt. and by her left a fon, of the king, and was one of those John, and two daughters.
loyal peers who subscribed a memo. John, who succeeded his grand- rable declaration just before the father, was restored in blood by act meeting of that parliament which of parliament in the first year of the restored Charles II. He married reign of Edward VI, and a new ba- Frances, daughter to Henry Shelley rony of Lumley created and limited of Warminghurst, Esq; by whom he by express words to the laid John had a son John, and a daughter na. lord Lumley, in tail male, the an- med Julia. cient barony being merged in the John, her brother, dying before crown, in consequence of the at- his father, left issue by Mary, daughtainder of George his father. Queen ter to Sir Henry Compton, knight Mary created him a knight of the ' of the Bath, two sons, Richard and Bath; and he executed several im. Henry, and three daughters, portant commiflions under queen (ift E.) Richard the eldeft, who Elizabeth. His lordship was twice succeeded his grandfather in his Irish married. His first wife was Jane, honour, was on the uth of Sept. daughter and coheir to Edward Fitz. 1680, made'master of the horse to Alan, Earl of Arundel, by whom he queen Catharine, confort to Charles left no issue: his second wife was II. and on the 31st of May 1681, Elizabeth, daughter to Joho lord he was created baron Lumley of Darcy of Chich ; but dying on the Lumley-castle, in the bishoprick of Toth of April 1609, without survie Durham. On the insurrection of