Emmanuel Scrope
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Emmanuel Scrope (1584 - 1630)

Emmanuel "Earl of Sunderland" Scrope
Born in Hunsdon, Herefordshire, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1609 [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died at age 45 in Nottinghamshire, Englandmap
Profile last modified | Created 14 Nov 2008 | Last significant change: 15 Nov 2022
00:08: Martin Styan edited the data for Emmanuel Scrope (1584-1630). (Categorization. ) [Thank Martin for this]
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European Aristocracy
Emmanuel Scrope was a member of the aristocracy in British Isles.



Emanuel, Lord Scrope of Bolton (d. Jun 1630) had four children but none of them were legitimate. Bolton Castle went to his eldest natural daughter. Her second husband Charles Paulet, Marquess of Winchester, was created Duke of Bolton.[1]

In 1627 (19 June, 3 Car.) the title of Earl of Sunderland was congerred on Emanuel Lord Scrope of Bolton, Lord President of the North, who died without lawful issue.


  • Charles I: created Earl of Sunderland 19 Jun 1627.


  • m. Elizabeth, dau. of John, Earl of Rutland. No issue.


  • 1 illegitimate son (d.s.p)
  • 3 illegitimate dau.


  1. Wiltes peerage, 1862, p. 20


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