Name: Robert Dymoke
Death: 13 APR 1544
Burial: Scrivelsby Church, Lincolnshire 1
Residence: Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire
MEM: Scrivelsby, Lincs: tomb chest with brass
Change Date: 20 AUG 2008
The estates forfeited by his father were restored to Sir Robert Dymoke (d. 1546), champion at the coronations of Richard III., Henry VII. and Henry VIII., who distinguished himself at the siege of Tournai and became treasurer of the kingdom.
Royal Champion at the coronation of kings Richard III, Henry VII and Henry VIII. Will proved 21 Apr 1545 in Halthasm [?], Lincolnshire.
Married 2: Jane CRESSNORE (b. ABT 1480) (dau. of Alexander Cressnore) ABT 1508, Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, and had daus Margaret (m Vincent FULNETBY ABT 1520) and Maud (m ___ Hopton.
Buried Scriveslby / Baltham Church, Lincolnshire? Can?t find any reference to a place called Baltham.
The Chapel of Scriveslby Court, a small quaint structure, has some parts at least five centuries old. Among its tombs is that of Sir Robert Dymoke, Champion of Richard II, Henry VI, and Henry VII. On the top of his tomb is a plate of brass, on which is a figure in full armour, recumbent, with helmet under his head and a lion at his feet; above the figure is a shield containing the family arms and beneath it is this inscription:
Here lyeth the body of Sir Robert Dymoke, of Scrivelsby, Knight and Baron who departed this life the 22d day of April, in the year of our Lord God MDIXV, upon whose soul Almighty God have mercy. Amen.
Married 1st Anne, dau and coheiress of John Sparrow of London.
Married 2nd Jane, dau of Alexander Cresnore.
Father: Thomas Dymoke
Mother: Margaret Welles b: in Grimsby, Lincolnshire
Anne or Jane Cresnore
- Ursula Dymoke
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Author: Jorge H. Castelli