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From: The Williams Family <>
Subject: Re: BEAUCHAMP - STAFFORD
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 08:54:18 -0700


Hello,

Here is the beginning of her pedigree:

1. Philippe de Beauchamp. m. bef. 1 Mar 1350/1 to Hugh de Stafford, 2nd
Earl of Stafford. d. bef. 6 Apr 1386 & bu. at Stone. (CP XII/1:
177-79).

2. Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick. b. prob. 14 Feb 1313/4.
m. aft. 22 Feb 1324/5. d. 13 Nov 1369 at Calais & bu. in St. Mary's,
Warwick. (CP XII/2: 372-74).
3. Katharine de Mortimer. d. bet. 4 Aug & 6 Sep 1369 & bu. in St.
Mary's, Warwick. (CP XII/2: 374).

4. Guy de Beauchamp, 10th Earl of Warwick. b. c1271-75. m. bet. 12 Jan
& 28 Feb 1309/10. d. 12 Aug 1315 at Warwick & bu. in Bordesley Abbey.
(CP XII/2: 370-72).
5. Alice de Toeni. b. c1282-85. d. shortly bef. 8 Jan 1324/5. (CP
XII/2: 372).
6. Roger de Mortimer, 1st Earl of March. b. 25 Apr or 3 May 1287. m.
bef. 6 Oct 1306. d. 29 Nov 1330 at the Elms, Tyburn & bu. at the Grey
Friars, Shrewsbury. (CP VIII: 433-41).
7. Joan de Geneville. b. 2 Feb 1285/6. d. 19 Oct 1356. (CP VIII:
441-42).

8. William de Beauchamp, 9th Earl of Warwick. b. c 1238-42. d. 5 or 9
Jun 1298 at Elmley & bu. 22 Jun in the Friars Minor, Worcester. (CP
XII/2: 368-70).
9. Maud FitzJohn, dau. of Sir John FitzGeoffrey, Justiciar of Ireland.
d. 16 or 18 Apr 1301 & bu. 7 May also in the Friars Minor. (CP XII/2:
369-70).
10. Ralph de Toeni VII. b. 1255. m. bef. 1276. d. bef. 29 Jul 1295 in
France. (CP XII/1: 773).
11. Mary. living 1283. (CP XII/1: 773).
12. Edmund de Mortimer, 1st Lord Mortimer. b. c1252-61. m. c1285. d.
17 Jul 1304 & bu. at Wigmore. (CP IX: 281-83).
13. Margaret, dau. of Sir William de Fienes.* d. 7 Feb 1333/4. (CP IX:
283).
14. Sir Piers de Geneville, of Ludlow, Salop, &c. d. shortly bef. 8 Jun
1292. (CP V: 632).
15. Joan, dau. of Hugues XII le Brun, Comte de La Marche et Angouleme.
d. shortly bef. 18 Apr 1323. (CP V: 632-33).

* - 2nd cousin of Eleanor of Castile through her mother Blanche de
Brienne (CP IX: 283). I assume the connection is through Berengaria,
dau. of Alfonso IX of Castilla who married Jean de Brienne, King of
Jerusalem (d. 1237).

I hope this helps!

Sincerely,
Kelsey J. Williams


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