Name: Lionel TOLLEMACHE
Given Name: Lionel
Surname: Tollemache 1 2
Birth: 1 May 1708
His children are included: Page 4: 3 papers relating to cla ims to the earldom of Dysart By Parliament lords, proc, Vi ct, Albert Edwin Tollemache
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Father: Lionel TOLLEMACHE b: 6 Jun 1682
Mother: Henrietta CAVENDISH
Grace CARTERET b: 8 Jul 1715
22 Jul 1729
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- Abbrev: Wiki
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Lionel Tollemache, 4th Earl of Dysart KT (1 May 1708–1770) , styledLord Huntingtower from 1712 to 1727, was a Scottis h nobleman.
In 1729, he was elected High Steward of Ipswich.
He married Lady Grace Carteret, eldest daughter of John Car teret, 1stEarl Granville, by whom he had sixteen children:
A son, Lord Huntingtower (born and died 21 May 1730)
Lionel Tollemache, Lord Huntingtower (15 March 1731 – 16 Ma rch 1731)
Lady Grace Tollemache (9 April 1732 – 10 May 1736)
Lady Harriet Tollemache (died 2 August 1733)
Lionel Tollemache, 5th Earl of Dysart (1734–1799)
Lady Mary Tollemache (12 March 1736 – 14 March 1736)
A son (born 24 June 1737, died young)
Lady Frances Tollemache (c.1738 – 18 December 1807)
Wilbraham Tollemache, 6th Earl of Dysart (1739–1821)
A son (born 7 October 1740, died young)
Lady Catherine Tollemache (1741 – 24 May 1751)
Hon. George Tollemache (14 March 1744 – 13 November 1760) , joined theRoyal Navy and was drowned on a voyage to Lisbo n after falling fromthe mizzen topmast head of HMS Modeste.
Louisa Tollemache, 7th Countess of Dysart (1745–1840), marr ied JohnManners in 1766
Capt. Hon. John Tollemache (30 March 1750 – 25 September 17 77),married Lady Bridget Henley, daughter of Robert Henley , 1st Earl ofNorthington, on 3 December 1773, and had one s on. The captain of HMSZebra, Tollemache was killed in a due l in New York City with Lt-Col.Pennington over a sonnet wri tten by the latter, reflecting on LadyBridget's wit. Tollem ache was run through the heart, and Penningtonreceived seve n wounds and nearly died.
Ens. Lionel Robert Tollemache (10 November 1774 – 14 July 1 793),commissioned an ensign in the Coldstream Guards on 2 8 January 1791,killed at the siege of Valenciennes, withou t issue.
Lady Jane Tollemache (1750 – 28 August 1802), married Joh n DelapHalliday (died 1794) on 23 October 1771 and had issu e; married DavidGeorge Ferry on 24 March 1802
Lt. Hon. William Tollemache (22 February 1751 – 16 Decembe r 1776),lieutenant of HMS Repulse, lost with the ship i n a hurricane offBermuda
In 1743, Dysart was appointed a Knight of the Thistle. He w asapparently very parsimonious towards his eldest son, wh o marriedCharlotte Walpole in 1760 without his father's kno wledge.
Upon his death in 1770, he was succeeded as earl by his eld est sonLionel.
- Abbrev: Miscellaneous
Text: He was one of the founders of the Tarporley Hunt Club in 17 62.