1477546. Lord Henry de Beaumont & 1477547. Margaret de Vere
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4/4/1340, Henry born in Brabant, France, heir & s/o 2955092. Sir John de Beaumont & 2954973. Lady Eleanor Plantagenet.
12/1/1340, Whereas the king’s kinsfolk, John de Bello Monte and Eleanor de Lancastre, his wife, by the king’s command crossed with him into Brabant, and she having conceived by her husband they proposed to return to England before the birth, that the origin of the child should be known in the place where it was hoped it would succeed, and whereas, the king, because their stay was very grateful and desirable as well on account of their service to him as for the comfort of queen Philippa, caused them to stay … Eleanor … brought forth the first-born son … now named Henry de Bello Monte … reputes Henry to be their true and legitimate son, … he shall succeed … within the realm of England. (S) CPRs.
~1340, Margaret born in England, d/o 2955094. John de Vere & 2955095. Maud de Badlesmere.
1342, Henry age 2.
4/6/1351, Signification … children born out of the ligeance of England … Henry, s/o John, Lord Beaumont … shall be henceforth able to have and enjory their inheritiance after the death of their ancestors in all parts within the ligeance of England …. (S) CPRs. [Henry was the 1st heir named in the statute.]
7/26/1354, … manor of Thorpe in Balne during the nonage of the heir of John de Bello Monte, … at the request of his kinswoman Eleanor wife of Richard, earl of Arundel, the mother of said heir, he has granted to such heir [Henry] the manor aforesaid to hold from Michaelmas next until his full age, without rendering anything. (S) CPRs.
1359-60, Henry a knight of the king’s household in the
invasion of France.
10/1359, King Edward, sailing from Sandwich to Calais with
1,100 ships, invaded France, eventually taking Saint-Florentin and Tonnerre.
Edward reached Paris, setting the suburbs on fire, before turning back to
Brittany [Edward decided a siege of Paris was not feasible.]
1362-69, Henry, 3rd Lord Beaumont of Folkingham, Lincolnshire summoned to parliament.
5/28/1362, Whereas … granted licence for John de Bello Monte, ‘chivaler,’ to enfeoff … of the manors of Folkyngham and Barton on Humbre … for them to grant the same to him and Eleanor, his wife, and his heirs ; and Richard, earl of Arundel, who has now taken the said Eleanor to wife, and Eleanor have made petition … inasmuch as the said John died before the grant was executed … the king has pardoned to them … according to a release to be made to them by Henry de Bello Monte, son and heir of the said John. (S) CPRs.
Bef. 2/15/1363, Henry married Margaret.
1363, Henry and Margaret received a papal indult for a portable altar.
7/20/1363, Commission of oyer and terminer … complaint by the king’s kinsman Henry de Bello Monte, ‘chivaler,’ … (S) CPRs.
3/18/1363, Henry de Bello Monte, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Richard, earl of Arundel and Edward de Sancto Johanne as his attorneys … (S) CPRs.
11/1/1363, Henry de Bello Monte, going beyond seas, has letters nominating Richard, earl of Arundel and Edward de Seint Johan as his attorneys … (S) CPRs.
1364, People of Pointon in Lincolnshire … People mentioned: Earl of Arundel; …, Bishop of Lincoln; [Henry Beaumont], Lord Beaumont; …; Archbishop of Canterbury; …. (S) UKNA.
11/4/1364, Henry de Bello Monte, staying beyond the seas with the king’s licence, … (S) CPRs.
1366-7, “Grantor: John de Excestre; Grantee: Sir Henry de Beaumont; Place or Subject: Grant of his lands, etc., in Thornley Holme, Hope, Grenwell, & Wisell or elsewhere between the Tyne and the Tees within the Bishopric of Durham.” (S) UKNA.
1367, Deed of confirmation from Henry de Bello Monte, knight, to King Edward the Third, of a place and garden, and appurtenances, near to the cross of Charing, in the parish of St. Martin in the Fields. (S) Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court …, V4, 1828, P766.
7/25/1369, Henry de Bello Monte (Beaumont), knight: Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire (includes assignment of dower to his widow in Leicestershire and Lincolnshire) died; buried at Sempringham Priory, Lincolnshire. (S) UKNA.
Bef. 3/1370, Margaret married Sir Nicholas Lovayne. [1 daughter.]
1371, The custody of the manor of Whitwick, co. Leicester, held of the honor of Winton, committed to Nicholas Lovayn and Margaret his wife, during the minority of the the hier of Henry Beaumont. (S) A Topographical History of the County of Licester, Curtis, 1831, P185.
1375, Nicholas died.
6/17/1379, Margaret married Sir John Devereux. [1 son, 1 daughter]
3/24/1382, Licence for the king’s knight, John Devereux, to acquire for life, with successive remainders for life to Margaret his wife, John their son, and Joan their daughter, … (S) CPRs.
9/10/1385, Remission, during the continuance of the war with France, to John Devereux, knight, Margaret his wife and John their son, … because the king has made him a banneret and placed him at the standard, … (S) CPRs.
2/22/1393, John died.
6/13/1398, Margaret died. (S) UKNA, IPM.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P63.
• 7/20/1363, Commission of oyer and terminer … complaint by Richard, earl of Arundel, that whereas the king by letters patent lately committed to him at farm the wardship of the lands late of Alice [Henry’s paternal grandmother] late the wife of Henry de Bello Monte who held in chief, during the nonage of Henry son of John de Bello Monte her kinsman and heir, … (S) CPRs.
Children of Henry and Margaret:
i. Eleanor de Beaumont (738773), born ~1360 in England.
ii. John de Beaumont (3802840), born 1361 in England.