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From: Douglas Richardson <>
Subject: Re: Sir John de Beauchamp (living 1341), of Ryme, Dorset, and his twowives, Joan and Elizabeth
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2010 21:03:24 -0800 (PST)
Dear Newsgroup ~
Colby, Vis. of Devon 1564 (1881): 52–54 (Chudleigh ped.: “John
Chudleigh, who held the manor of Broad Clist in right of his wife. =
Joan, d. of John Beauchamp, Knt., of Ryme, Knt., & Alice, d. & coh. of
Roger Monant [sic], Knt., lord of Broadclist.”).
This pedigree may be viewed at this (non Google) weblink:
As we can see above, the visitation casts Joan de Beauchamp, wife of
John de Chudleigh, as the heiress of her Nonant mother. If correct,
then Joan's brother, Sir John de Beauchamp (died 1349), would
necessarily have been her half-brother.
Regardless, the Chudleigh family did not appear to quarter the Nonant
When replying, please cite your sources and provide weblinks if you
have them. Thanks.
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah1
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