Person:William de Beauchamp (1)

William de Beauchamp, 5th Baron of Elmley Castle
d.bet 7 Jan and 21 Apr 1268
Facts and Events
Name[1][9] William de Beauchamp, 5th Baron of Elmley Castle
Gender Male
Alt Marriage 1235 Welmley, Worcester, Englandto Isobel de Mauduit
Birth[1] 1237 Elmley-Castle, Worcestershire, England
Alt Marriage 1245 ,Hanslape,Buckinghamshire,Englandto Isobel de Mauduit
Marriage to Isobel de Mauduit
Death[11] bet 7 Jan and 21 Apr 1268
Will[13] 7 Jan 1268/9
Alt Death[1] 1298 Elmley-Castle, Worcestershire, England
References
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  2.   (942 D2bb), Battle Abbey Roll, p. 127-30, vol 1.
  3.   Dudgole Wm. Antiquities of Worcs., p. 225-252, vol 1 (Q942 D22dw).
  4.   (942 M23b), Roll of Battle Abby, p. 26-27.
  5.   (942 D22bug), Burke's Peerage 1883, p. 33, 30, 54.
  6.   (Q940 D2t), Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 117.
  7.   (Q942.55 H2ba), Baker's Hist. of Nrthmp, vol 2, p. 219.
  8.   Hist & Gen Acc't of Family of Greeville, p. 30, 31.
  9. Adams, Arthur. English Ancestry of the Elkinton Family of New Jersey. The American Genealogist. (July 1945), p. 14.
  10.   William de Beauchamp, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.
  11. WILLIAM de Beauchamp of Elmley, Worcestershire, son of --- (-[7 Jan/21 Apr] 1268)., in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  12.   Moor, Charles. Knights of Edward I. (London: Harleian Society], 1929-1932), Volume 1, page 75.
  13. Nicolas, Nicholas Harris. Testamenta vetusta: being illustrations from wills, of manners, customs, &c. as well as of the descents and possessions of many distinguished families, from the reign of Henry the Second to the accession of Queen Elizabeth. (London: Nichols, 1826), pages 50 to 51.

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