|Born: 25 July 1274 in Hatch Smomerset
Married: Joan Chenduit (Chen)
Died: 12 Oct. 1336 age 62
(Be20-1) Alianore de Beauchamp (b. b 1304, d. a 1304)
(Be20-2) Beatrice de Beauchamp ( b. b 1304, d. a 1304)
(Be20-3) William de Beauchamp, (b. b 1304, d. b 1336)
(Be20) Sir John Beauchamp, 2nd Lord Beauchamp
(Be20-5) Thomas de Beauchamp
(Be20-6) Joan de Beauchamp
| Sir John de Beauchamp, 1st Lord Beauchamp was born on 25 July
1274. He married Joan Chenduit before 1301. He died between October 1336
and December 1336.
Sir John Beauchamp, 1st Lord Beauchamp fought in the Scottish wars. On 17 September 1295 he had seizin of his father's lands. He was created 1st Lord Beauchamp, of Somerset [England by writ] on 29 December 1299. He was invested as a Knight on 22 May 1306. In 1321 he suceeded to the extensive estates of his mother, including Sturminster Marshal, Dorset and Bullingham, Cambridgeshire. He held the office of Governor of Sturminster Castle in 1325.
Note that the House of Lords, Committee for Privileges found in 1924 that there was no proof that neither John Beauchamp nor his son had actually sat in Parliament following their writ of summons.
|Sir John Beauchamp (Be21), 1st Lord Beauchamp (M)
b. 25 July 1274, d. between October 1336 and December 1336,
|Father||John Beauchamp b. before 1249, d. 24 October 1283|
|Mother||Cicely de Vivonne d. 10 January 1320|
|Family||Joan Chenduit b. before 1291, d. 9 February 1327|
John Beauchamp (M)
b. before 1249, d. 24 October 1283,
|Father||Robert Beauchamp, b. before 1233|
|Mother||Alice de >Mohun|
John Beauchamp (Be22) was born before 1249. He was the
son of Robert Beauchamp (Be23) and Alice de Mohun (Mo23). He married Cicely
de Vivonne (Vi22), daughter of William de Vivonne (Vi23) and Maud Ferrers
(Fe23). He died on 24 October 1283 in Hatch, Somerset, England. He was
buried on 31 October 1283 in Stoke under Hamden.
on 28 June 1283 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, he was summoned to attend Parliament.
|Family||Cicely de Vivonne d. 10 January 1320|