Ralph Lumley 1st Baron Lumley  24,25
- Born: Bet 1360 and 1364
- Marriage: Eleanor Neville Baroness Lumley  [99FT-6Y5] before 1378 in Raby, Durham, England
- Died: 5 Jan 1399
was but thirteen years of age when he inherited, through the death of his brother in 1374, the manors of Moresome Magna, Moreseom Parva, Lythum, Merske, Brocton, Hylderwell, Skyneer Green, Lyvertoun, North Cave, Rotese-on-the-wolds, Lound, Langtose, Swaythorpe, Thorpe juxta Kilton, Foxholes, Thweng with the advowson of the church, Kilton Castle, Stotevil fee and Blum-fee. In 1385 when he was knighted and created first Lord of Lumley, he owned, besides the estates mentioned, other estates in the Bishopric of Durham, the manors of East and West Chivington and other tenements and incomes.
From 1385 until the deposition of Richard II, in 1399, he was a Member of Parliament with the barons of the realm. In 1385 the family had won such recognition that Ralph Lumley was knighted and created the first Lord of Lumley.
Lord Lumley had been slain in the capture, dying, as he had lived, a true subject of King Richard, to whom he had sworn fealty.
Noted events in his life were:
• Acceded: Lumley, Durham.
Ralph married Eleanor Neville Baroness Lumley  [99FT-6Y5] [MRIN: 9086], daughter of John de Neville 3rd Baron Neville of Raby  [LZJP-T5W] and Maud Percy Baroness Neville of Raby  [KH82-8RM], before 1378 in Raby, Durham, England. (Eleanor Neville Baroness Lumley  [99FT-6Y5] was born about 1360 in Raby, Durham, England and died after 1441.)