Lumley Castle

near Chester-le-Street, Durham - Earl of Scarbrough

"The castle stands on a fine eminence bounded upon the north by Lumley Beck, and rising gradually on the east and west sides from the river Wear. It would seem that the original fabric had been erected by Sir Robert Lumley in the time of Edward I., and enlarged by his son, Sir Marmaduke.

Sir Richard Lumley was elevated to the Peerage of Ireland as Viscount Lumley of Waterford in 1628. He was followed by his grandson, Richard Lumley, who was raised to the Peerage of England as Baron Lumley in 1681, and created, in 1689, Viscount Lumley and Earl of Scarbrough."

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