Liulph of Lumley Castle
- Marriage: Ælgytha of Northumberland 752,1523
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 1523
The Lumley family take their name from Lumley-Castle, situated on the banks of the river Weare, in the bilhoprick of Durham; and is descended from Osbert de Lumley. The son of Osbert of Lumley, Liulph, was a noble man at the time of King Edward the Confessor. Liulph married Algitha, the younger daughter of Aldred, Earl of Northumberland, son of Earl Uchtred, by his wife Edgina, youngest daughter of King Ethelred II. Liulph was murdered in 1080. The sons of Liulph were Uchtred his heir; Osbert, whose only child Ormonda marred to Robert de Peshale; Adam; and Odo.
Peerage of Ireland, p. 8
Liulph married Ælgytha of Northumberland, daughter of Ædred of Northumberland Lord of Bamburgh and Unknown 752.,1523