Tollemache (pronounced // TOL-mash) and also spelled Tallemache or Talmash is an English surname which may refer to:
Earl of Dysart is a title in the Peerage of Scotland. It was created in 1643 and has been held continuously since then by twelve descendants.
Baron Tollemache, of Helmingham Hall near Ipswich in the County of Suffolk, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. The Tollemache family's surname and the title of the barony is pronounced TOL-mash.
Wilbraham may refer to:
John Manners was an English politician, and the eldest natural son of Lord William Manners.
William Manners Tollemache, Lord Huntingtower, known as Sir William Manners, Bt, between 1793 and 1821, was a British nobleman and Tory politician.
The Tollemache family is an English noble family, originally from Suffolk. The family's surname is pronounced TOL-mash.
There have been two baronetcies created for people with the surname Tollemache, or Talmash, one in the Baronetage of England and one in the Baronetage of Great Britain.
Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Earl of Dysart, styled Lord Huntingtower from 1651 to 1698, was a British Tory Member of Parliament and nobleman.
John Jervis Tollemache, 1st Baron Tollemache, was a British Conservative Member of Parliament and a major landowner and estate manager in Cheshire, becoming Baron Tollemache of Helmingham Hall in Suffolk.
Wilbraham Frederic Tollemache, 2nd Baron Tollemache, was a British Conservative Member of Parliament.
William Tatton Egerton, 1st Baron Egerton was a British peer and politician from the Egerton family.
Ralph William Lyonel Tollemache-Tollemache, MA, JP was a British clergyman in the Church of England. He is best known for the unusual and increasingly eccentric names that he chose for his numerous children.
William John Manners Tollemache, 9th Earl of Dysart DL in the Peerage of Scotland, was also a Baronet (cr.1793) in the Baronetage of Great Britain, Lord Lieutenant of Rutland (1881–1906), and Justice of the Peace for Leicestershire and Lincolnshire.
William Lionel Felix Tollemache, Lord Huntingtower, styled the Hon. William Lionel Felix Tollemache until 1840, was a controversial British nobleman, known for his financial entanglements and extramarital affairs.
Lionel Tollemache, 4th Earl of Dysart KT, styled Lord Huntingtower from 1712 to 1727, was a Scottish nobleman.
Lionel Tollemache, 5th Earl of Dysart was a Scottish nobleman, styled Lord Huntingtower from birth until 1770.
Lionel William John Tollemache, 8th Earl of Dysart, known as Lionel Manners until 1821, as Lionel Tollemache between 1821 and 1833, and styled Lord Huntingtower between 1833 and 1840, was a British peer and Tory politician.
Louisa Manners Tollemache, 7th Countess of Dysart was a peer in the Scottish peerage in a flourishing family. Her father held considerable estates in England largely due to the two marriages of Elizabeth Maitland, Duchess of Lauderdale, earlier Tollemache, earlier Murray. Her elder brothers left no surviving issue on their deaths which enabled her to enjoy and help to pass on to her descendants the key family settlement properties: Helmingham Hall and Ham House in England.
Sir Lyonel Felix Carteret Eugene Tollemache, 4th Baronet was an English landowner.
Wilbraham Tollemache may refer to: