Information from "Windows Into Our Past A Genealogy of the Cowne, Gough & Associated Families, Volume 2", compiled by Judy Parsons Smith 1998.

The Dymoke family have the unique distinction of holding the hereditary Championship of English sovereigns.  Their estate of Scrivelsby is held in right of performing the office of Champion at successive coronations, and members of the family have performed this office continuously since the days of the Norman Conquest[i].

Sir Edward Dymoke

Sir Edward Dymoke  of "Scrivelsby", Lincolnshire, England; m. to Ann Tailbois , daughter of Sir George & Elizabeth (Gascoigne)  Tailbois . 

Sir Edward Dymoke  was the hereditary Champion of England and Sheriff of Lincolnshire.  He officiated as Champion at the Coronations of Edward VI ; Queen Mary and Queen   Elizabeth .  He descends from Edward I , through  his second daughter, Princess Joan d'Acres .

Edward & Anne (Tailbois) Dymoke  had:

Frances Dymoke

Frances Dymoke , daughter of Edward & Anne (Talboys) Dymoke , b. Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, England; m. 20 Aug 1566, Scrivelsby, Lincolnshire, England to Sir Thomas Windebank  of Haines Hall, Berks.

For Further Information See Windebank

[i] The Virginia Cowne Family :  From its Origin in the Isle of Man to England and America " by Jonathan Augustine Cowne  and Janna Lee   Gough   Cowne , June 1981, pp. 1-51