(?) Gregory

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Child of (?) Gregory and (?) Brograve

(?) Brograve

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Father*Sir Berney Brograve b. 10 Oct 1726, d. 23 Feb 1797
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was (?) Gregory.

Child of (?) Brograve and (?) Gregory

Sir Berney Brograve

M, b. 10 October 1726, d. 23 February 1797
  • Sir Berney Brograve was born on 10 October 1726.
  • He died on 23 February 1797 at age 70.
     Book written about him titled "Sir Berney Brograve, A Very Anxious Man: The untold story of Norfolk's most notorious ghost." by Cheryl Nicol. 1st Baronet.

Child of Sir Berney Brograve

Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp

M, b. 1815, d. 1874
Father*Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor b. 14 Oct 1781, d. 14 Mar 1861
Mother*Ann Gregory d. 6 Feb 1859
     4th Baronet.

Children of Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp and Catherine Esther Waldegrave

Catherine Esther Waldegrave

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Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was Proctor-Beauchamp.

Montagu Harry Proctor-Beauchamp Proctor-Beauchamp

M, b. 19 April 1860, d. 26 October 1939
Father*Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp b. 1815, d. 1874
Mother*Catherine Esther Waldegrave
     Sir Montagu Harry Proctor-Beauchamp, 7th Baronet (19 April 1860 – 26 October 1939)[1] was a British Protestant Christian missionary.

Proctor-Beauchamp was the fourth son of Sir Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp, 4th Baronet, and his wife the Hon. Catherine Esther, daughter of Granville Waldegrave, 2nd Baron Radstock. He succeeded in the baronetcy in 1915 when his elder brother Horace was killed in the First World War. Proctor-Beauchamp served with the China Inland Mission during the late Qing Dynasty in China. He was one of the Cambridge Seven, students from Cambridge University, who in 1885 decided to become missionaries in China.

Proctor-Beauchamp married Florence, daughter of Robert Barclay, in 1892. They had several children. He died in October 1939, aged 79, and was succeeded in his title by his third but eldest surviving son, Ivor. Lady Proctor-Beauchamp died in May 1955.1

Child of Montagu Harry Proctor-Beauchamp Proctor-Beauchamp

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Montagu_Proctor-Beauchamp,_7th_Baronet.

Horace George Proctor-Beauchamp Proctor-Beauchamp

M, b. 1856, d. 1915
Father*Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp b. 1815, d. 1874
Mother*Catherine Esther Waldegrave
     6th Baronet.

Reginald William Proctor-Beauchamp

M, b. 1853, d. 1912
Father*Thomas William Brograve Proctor-Beauchamp b. 1815, d. 1874
Mother*Catherine Esther Waldegrave
     5th Baronet.

Ivor Cuthbert Proctor-Beauchamp

M, b. 1900, d. 1971
Father*Montagu Harry Proctor-Beauchamp Proctor-Beauchamp b. 19 Apr 1860, d. 26 Oct 1939
     8th Baronet.

George Proctor

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Father*William Proctor

Reverand William Henry Beauchamp

M, b. after 1815
Father*Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor b. 14 Oct 1781, d. 14 Mar 1861
Mother*Ann Gregory d. 6 Feb 1859
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationReverand William Henry Beauchamp was also known as Beauchamp-Proctor.

Child of Reverand William Henry Beauchamp

Sir Edward Beauchamp

M, b. 12 April 1849, d. 1 February 1925
Father*Reverand William Henry Beauchamp b. a 1815
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationSir Edward Beauchamp was also known as Beauchamp-Proctor.
     Sir Edward Beauchamp, 1st Baronet (12 April 1849 – 1 February 1925)[1] was a British businessman and Liberal Party politician.

Beauchamp was educated at Highgate School, and chairman of Lloyd's of London from 1905 to 1913, and vice-chairman from 1915 to 1916.[2] He was made a Baronet on 27 June 1911, of Grosvenor Place, in Westminster.[2]

At the 1906 general election, he was elected as Member of Parliament (MP) for the Lowestoft division of Suffolk. He was defeated at the January 1910 general election, but regained the seat at the December 1910 election.[3] He was re-elected in 1918 as a Coalition Liberal, a holder the "coalition coupon" issued to supporters of the Coalition Government led by David Lloyd George.[4] He did not contest the 1922 election, when his son Brograve stood as a National Liberal candidate, but lost by a wide margin to the Conservative Gervais Rentoul.[4]

Beauchamp was the second son of Reverend William Henry Beauchamp, who in turn was the second son of Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor, 3rd Baronet. He was married twice:

On 20 July 1875 to Frances Mary (née Stephen), daughter of James Stephen. She died on 7 May 1886, having had two children with Edward Beauchamp:
Esmé Frances Nevill Augusta Beauchamp (died 2 January 1913)
Arthur Sholto Beauchamp (28 February 1880 – 29 December 1880)
On 2 June 1890 to Betty Campbell (née Woods), the daughter of Archibald Woods. She died on 26 January 1946, having had two children with Edward Beauchamp:
Edward Archibald Beauchamp (5 April 1891 – 22 December 1914), a Lieutenant in the service of the Coldstream Guards who was killed in the First World War
Brograve Campbell Beauchamp (5 May 1897 – 25 August 1976), who succeeded to the baronetcy and was Conservative MP for Walthamstow East from 1931 to 1945.1

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Edward_Beauchamp,_1st_Baronet.

John Coppin

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Child of John Coppin

Letitia Beauchamp

F, b. 1709
Father*Ephriam Beauchamp b. 1660
Mother*Letitia Coppin b. 1680, d. 16 Mar 1739

Mary Beauchamp

F, b. 1711
Father*Ephriam Beauchamp b. 1660
Mother*Letitia Coppin b. 1680, d. 16 Mar 1739

Grace Beauchamp

F, b. 1705
Father*Ephriam Beauchamp b. 1660
Mother*Letitia Coppin b. 1680, d. 16 Mar 1739
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Name3 October 1723As of 3 October 1723,her married name was Moyes.

Richard Moyes

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Anne Beauchamp

F, b. circa 1717
Father*Thomas Beauchamp b. c 1691, d. 1724
Mother*Ann Proctor

Mary Beauchamp

F, b. circa 1718
Father*Thomas Beauchamp b. c 1691, d. 1724
Mother*Ann Proctor

Jane Beauchamp

F, b. circa 1720
Father*Thomas Beauchamp b. c 1691, d. 1724
Mother*Ann Proctor

Letitia Johnson

F, b. circa 1728
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namebefore 1756As of before 1756,her married name was Beauchamp.

Child of Letitia Johnson and Sir William Beauchamp

Anne Beauchamp

F, b. 8 August 1749
Father*Sir William Beauchamp b. May 1722, d. 1773
Mother*Jane Tower b. c 1726

Jane Tower

F, b. circa 1726
Name TypeDateDescription
Married Namebefore 1749As of before 1749,her married name was Beauchamp.

Child of Jane Tower and Sir William Beauchamp

Edward Beauchamp

M, b. circa 1630
  • Edward Beauchamp was born circa 1630.

Child of Edward Beauchamp

Margaret Plantagenet

F, b. 20 July 1346, d. 1361
Father*King Edward III of England b. 13 Nov 1312, d. 21 Jun 1377
Mother*Philippe de Hainaut b. 1314, d. 1369
Name TypeDateDescription
Name VariationMargaret Plantagenet was also known as of Windsor.
Married Name13 May 1359As of 13 May 1359,her married name was Hastings.

John Hastings

M, b. 29 August 1347, d. 16 April 1375
Father*Laurence Hastings b. 20 Mar 1319, d. 20 Aug 1348
Mother*Agnes Mortimer b. 1317, d. 25 Jul 1368
     John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke KG (Sutton Valence, 29 August 1347 – 16 April 1375), was an English nobleman and soldier who also held the title Baron Abergavenny. He was the posthumous son of Laurence Hastings, 1st Earl of Pembroke and Agnes Mortimer.

He was married on 19 May 1359 in Reading to Margaret Plantagenet (d. 1361), daughter of Edward III of England. The couple had no children.

He afterwards married, in July 1368, Anne Manny, daughter of Sir Walter Manny, by whom he had a son.

Pembroke fought in the Castilian campaign of his former brother-in-law, Edward the Black Prince, in 1367.

He was created a Knight of the Garter in 1369. He was almost captured on a raid into Poitou that year, having refused to share command with Sir John Chandos, but Chandos heard of his plight and rescued him.

In 1370, he fought with distinction at the sack of Limoges by the Black Prince.

He was surprised by a Castilian fleet and sharply defeated at the Battle of La Rochelle (22 June 1372), his fleet being sunk or captured. He was taken prisoner and carried to Santander, and died in captivity in Picardy.

He was succeeded by his son, John Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke, who had been born to Anne a few months after his capture.1

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Hastings,_2nd_Earl_of_Pembroke.

Thomas II de Beauchamp

M, b. 16 March 1338, d. 1401
Father*Thomas de Beauchamp b. 1313, d. 1369
Mother*Catherine de Mortimer b. 1314, d. 4 Aug 1369
     Thomas de Beauchamp, 12th Earl of Warwick (16 March 1338/1339 – 1401) was an English medieval nobleman, and one of the primary opponents of Richard II.

He was the son of Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick and Katherine Mortimer, a daughter of Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March, and succeeded his father in 1369. He married Margaret Ferrers, daughter of Sir William Ferrers, 3rd Baron Ferrers of Groby and Margaret d'Ufford, daughter of Robert d'Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk.

The Earl accompanied John of Gaunt in campaigns in France in 1373, and around that time was made a Knight of the Garter. In the parliaments of 1376 and 1377 he was one of those appointed to supervise reform of King Richard II's government. When these were not as effective as hoped, Beauchamp was made Governor over the King. He brought a large contingent of soldiers and archers to King Richard's Scottish campaign of 1385.

In 1387 he was one of the Lords Appellant, who endeavored to separate Richard from his favorites. After Richard regained power, Beauchamp retired to his estates, but was charged with high treason in 1397, supposedly as a part of the Earl of Arundel's alleged conspiracy. He was imprisoned in the Tower of London (in what is now known as the "Beauchamp Tower"), pleaded guilty and threw himself on the mercy of the king. He forfeited his estates and titles, and was sentenced to life imprisonment on the Isle of Man. The next year, however, he was moved back to the Tower, until he was released in August 1399 after Henry Bolingbroke's initial victories over king Richard II.

After Bolingbroke deposed Richard and became king as Henry IV, Beauchamp was restored to his titles and estates. He was one of those who urged the new King to execute Richard, and accompanied King Henry against the rebellion of 1400.

Beauchamp died in 1401 (sources differ as to whether on 8 April or 8 August).

He died on 8 April: 'Calendar Inquisitions Post Mortem' ed. JL Kirkby, XVIII, pp.159-167 (HMSO, 1987).

He was succeeded by his son Richard de Beauchamp, 13th Earl of Warwick.1

Citations

  1. [S369] Encyclopedia website, by compilation, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_de_Beauchamp,_12th_Earl_of_Warwick.

Margaret de Ferrers

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Mother*Margaret de Ufford b. a 1334
Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was de Beauchamp.

Sir Ralph de Ufford

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Child of Sir Ralph de Ufford and Maud of Lancaster

Maud of Lancaster

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Name TypeDateDescription
Married NameHer married name was de Ufford.

Child of Maud of Lancaster and Sir Ralph de Ufford