Sir Bernard Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland
TOMLIN OF DANE COURT
Tomlin, Robert-Sackett, Esq. of Dane Court, Isle of Thanet, and Westgate House, co. Northampton, J.P. and D.L., b. 15 Sept. 1790; m. 5 May 1817, Elizabeth-Anne, dau. of John Bankes, Esq. of Otley, co. York, and Clapham Common, co. Surrey, and had issue, four sons and one dau.
I. Mary, m. to John-Glenton Atkinson, Esq. of The Vineyard, Peterborough.
Mr. Tomlin has been twice High Sheriff for Northamptonshire. His family is one of high respectability, long seated in the Isle of Thanet. His grandfather, John Tomlin, Esq. of the Isle of Thanet, m. Miss Sarah Cock, an heiress of good fortune, and his father, Robert Tomlin, Esq. of the Isle of Thanet, who d. 1850, aged 81, still further increased his patrimony by marrying, 1790, Sarah, dau. of Peter Cramp, Esq. and granddau. of the wealthy Richard Sackett, Esq. of North Down.
Arms—Arg., on a fesse, sa., three dexter hands, ppr., couped at the wrist, between as many battle-axes, of the second.
Crest—Two battle-axes, in saltire, ppr., surcharged with a dexter hand, also ppr., couped at the wrist
Motto—Quondam his vicimus armis.
Seats—Dane Court, Isle of Thanet; and Westgate House, Peterborough.
Sir Bernard Burke. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Hurst and Blackett, London (1855). Viewed online, Ancestry.co.uk. (Researched by Chris Sackett).