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  • ID: I1341
  • Name: Lionel TOLLEMACHE
  • Given Name: Lionel
  • Surname: Tollemache 1 2
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 30 Jan 1648/49
  • Death: 23 Feb 1726/27
  • Event: Biography
  • Note: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1690-1715/m ember/tollemache-lionel-1649-1727
  • _UID: A3B04231BF304312A43F19F733AB7491E065
  • Change Date: 9 Jul 2015 at 11:59



    Father: Lionel TOLLEMACHE b: Abt Apr 1624 in Of Helmingham, Suffolk, England
    Mother: Elizabeth MURRAY b: 1626

    Marriage 1 Grace WILBRAHAM b: Abt 1656
    • Married: 30 Sep 1680 3
    • Change Date: 22 Mar 2016
    Children
    1. Has Children Lionel TOLLEMACHE b: 6 Jun 1682
    2. Has No Children Elizabeth TOLLEMACHE
    3. Has No Children Catherine TOLLEMACHE
    4. Has No Children Mary TOLLEMACHE
    5. Has No Children Grace TOLLEMACHE

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: www.thepeerage.com
      Title: www.thepeerage.com
      Quality: 3
      Text: Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Earl of Dysart succeeded to the titl e of 4thBaronet Tollemache in 1669. He held the office of M ember of Parliament(M.P.) (Tory) for Suffolk between 1698 a nd 1707.2 He succeeded to thetitle of 3rd Earl of Dysart, c o. Fife [S., 1643] on 4 June 1698.Hesucceeded to the titl e of 3rd Lord Huntingtower, co. Perth [S., 1643]on 4 June 1 698. In 1702 he declined an English barony when Queen Annew as crowned.
    2. Abbrev: Wiki
      Title: Wiki
      Quality: 3
      Text: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionel_Tollemache,_3rd_Earl_of _Dysart
      Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Earl of Dysart (30 January 1649 2 3 February1727 n.s.), styled Lord Huntingtower from 1651 t o 1698, was a BritishTory Member of Parliament and nobleman.

      Dysart was the son of Sir Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Baronet, a ndElizabeth, 2nd Countess of Dysart. Educated at Queens' Co llege,Cambridge, Lionel succeeded to his father's baronetc y in 1669.[1] Theencumbrance of his paternal estate by deb t bred in him a habit offrugality which was not shed in lat er years.[2] In 1673, he contestedSuffolk as a Tory; defeat ed by Sir Samuel Barnardiston, 1st Baronet,he had the retur n falsified by the sheriff, Sir William Soame, andtook hi s seat in Parliament. An election committee declaredBarnard iston elected, and he obtained 1,000 pounds damages fromHun tingtower in a suit before the King's Bench, but the verdic t wasoverturned by the Court of Exchequer Chamber. Huntingt ower was made afreeman of Eye in 1675. He briefly served a s Member of Parliament forOrford in 1679 as a member of th e Habeas Corpus Parliament. In 1685,he was again returned f or that borough and made portman of Orford, anoffice he hel d until about 1709.[2]

      On 30 September 1680, he married Grace Wilbraham, the daugh ter andcoheir of Sir Thomas Wilbraham, 3rd Baronet.[3] The y had fivechildren:

      Lionel Tollemache, Lord Huntingtower (16821712)
      Lady Elizabeth Tollemache (d. 6 August 1746), married Sir R obertSalusbury Cotton, 3rd Baronet
      Lady Catherine Tollemache (d. 17 January 1754), married Joh n Brydges,Marquess of Carnarvon (17031727) on 1 Septembe r 1724
      Lady Mary Tollemache (d. 2 December 1715)
      Lady Grace Tollemache (d. 27 May 1719)

      Huntingtower went out of Parliament again upon the fall o f James II.However, he was returned for Suffolk in 1698, an d generally supportedTory principles. In that year, he succ eeded his mother to become Earlof Dysart. In 1702, he was a ppointed Vice-Admiral of Suffolk andbecame (until 1716) a f reeman of Dunwich, and in 1703, he wasappointed Lord Lieute nant of Suffolk. He was also named High Stewardof Ipswich t hat year, an office he held until his death. As LordLieuten ant, he purged moderate Churchmen from lieutenancy offices . Hewas Mayor of Orford during the summer of 1704. His supp ort for the"Tack" of the Occasional Conformity Bill led t o his removal from hiscounty offices in 1705. Campaigning o n the basis of his support forthe Tack, he was returned fo r Suffolk again in 1705. As a Scottishpeer, he was forced t o leave the House of Commons by the Acts of Union1707.[2] H e was offered a barony in the Peerage of Great Britain byQu een Anne upon her accession, but declined.[3]

      Predeceased by his only son in 1712, Dysart remained a Tory , and wasconsidered a possible Jacobite, until his death i n 1727. He wassucceeded by his grandson Lionel Tollemache , 4th Earl of Dysart.
    3. Abbrev: Wiki
      Title: Wiki
      Text: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionel_Tollemache,_3rd_Earl_of _Dysart
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