Harriet Hannah Beamond

(1840 - 5 July 1914)
     Harriet Hannah Beamond was born in 1840 in St Mary Aldermary, London. She was the daughter of a convcit Edward Beamond (1802-1868) and his wife Harriet Jackson (1804-1876).. She was christened on 30 July 1848 in St Giles Without Cripplegate, London.
     Harriet Hannah Beamond arrived in 1850 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. She emigrated with her mother and two brothers to join their father.
     Harriet Hannah Beamond married Joseph Colbert, son of John Colbert and Mary Scott, on 28 December 1857 in Christ Church, Geelong, Victoria.
     Harriet died on 5 July 1914 in 37 Oban St, South Yarra, Victoria. She was buried on 7 July 1914 in Boroondara cemetery, Kew.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 11 August 1914 at Victoria.

Children of Harriet Hannah Beamond and Joseph Colbert

George Henry Beams

(1909 - )
     George Henry Beams was also known as Keith in records. He was born in 1909 in Sale, Victoria.

Mary Bean

(say 1705 - before 7 March 1745/46)
     Mary Bean was born say 1705.
     Mary Bean married John Denman, son of John Denman and Bridget Morley, on 24 November 1729 in Willingdon, Sussex. Married by licence.
     Bean v Denman.Bill and answer. Plaintiffs: Walter Bean, Elizabeth Bean, John Bean, Henry Bean, William Bean, Thomas Bean (children of John Bean, farmer, deceased late of Willingdon, Sussex; infants, the eldest aged about 12 years, by Robert Bean, their uncle).
Defendants: Henry Bean, John Denman and Mary Denman, his wife.
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     Bean v Denman.Depositions: Plaintiffs: Walter Bean, Elizabeth Bean, John Bean, Henry Bean and William Bean infants (by Robert Bean, their next friend).
Defendants: Henry Bean, John Denman and Mary Denman his wife (said Henry Bean and Mary Denman being executors of John Bean, deceased).
Depositions taken at Eastbourne, Sussex. 1731
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     Mary died before 7 March 1745/46 in Willingdon, Sussex. She was buried on 7 March 1745/46 in Willingdon.

Children of Mary Bean and John Denman

Charity Beard

(13 March 1655/56 - before 11 November 1735)
     Charity Beard was born on 13 March 1655/56 in Rottingdean, Sussex. She was the daughter of Richard & Ann. There was a Quaker family of Beards in Rottingdean. In 1705 a Richard Beard, gent. was one of three listed in the poll for the knights of the shire, at Rottingdean. She was the daughter of Richard Beard.
     Charity Beard married Diones Geere, son of Thomas Geere and Mercy Doe, on 20 October 1672 in Rottingdean, SSX. Charity was present at Charles Geere's christening on 26 August 1687 in Rottingdean, SSX.
     Charity Geere was mentioned in the will of Diones Geere dated 1697.
     Charity Beard lived at Rottingdean, 20 July 1726. I gave ground room in the church of Rottingdean just beneath the close adjoyning unto the funt for the use of the Women belong to the this parish ever to be Churcht in. but upon old Mrs Charity Geeres being turned out from sitting in Mr Thomas Geeres seat at her and Mr Thomas Beard earnest importunity to help Mrs Geer in that Strait and upon both their Engaging to erect at thier own Charge one Side and one end unto the font Sides if during Only my being Minister of Rotingdeane an during only their personal dwelling in my Parish and under my care they may have the only right and title so long Only to use the seat upon all occasions Ecepting only the Womans Churching Times ... Thos Pelling. See J Geere's newsletter for full transcript.
     Charity died before 11 November 1735 in Rottingdean, SSX. She was buried on 11 November 1735 in Rottingdean.

Children of Charity Beard and Diones Geere

Richard Beard

Child of Richard Beard

Zachariah Beard

(say 1620 - )
     Zachariah Beard was born say 1620.
     Zachariah Beard married Ellen Street, daughter of Reginald Street, on 10 February 1648/49 in Ecclesfield. He married Ellin Rich, who may have been the widow of Edward Rich - that marriage being at Ecclesfield on 31 July 1642 to Eleanor Street. But if that was to the Edward of Renall, they continued to have children after this date. More work required.

Arabella Beare

     Arabella Beare married Edwin Dempster Littlejohns, son of Isaac Littlejohns and Ann George, on 3 November 1840 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire.

Sir Gilbert Beare

     Sir Gilbert Beare married Isabella Pidekswell after 1291.

Sir David Beaton or Bethune

     David died in Fife, Scotland. He was of Creich. Comptroller of Scotland, brother of Cardinal Bethune..

Child of Sir David Beaton or Bethune

Janet Beaton

( - circa 1522)
     Janet Beaton was born in Creich, Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir David Beaton or Bethune.
     Janet Beaton married Sir Robert Livingstone.
     Janet Beaton married James Hamilton 2nd Lord, 1st Earl Arran, son of Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord) and Princess Mary Stewart, on 23 November 1516. She was the widow of Sir Thomas Livingstone of Easter Wemyss.
     Janet died circa 1522.

Rev Edmund Beatson

(circa 1730? - )
     Rev Edmund Beatson was born circa 1730? In Yorkshire, England.
     Rev Edmund Beatson married Ann Steer, daughter of Rev William Steer and Ann Banks, on 28 April 1755 in York, Yorkshire. Edmund was the Vicar at Ilkley, Yorkshire.

Mary Stewart McKenzie Beatson

(circa 1830 - )
     Mary Stewart McKenzie Beatson was born circa 1830.
     Mary Stewart McKenzie Beatson married Campbell Mackinnon, son of John Mackinnon and Isabella Fullerton, on 31 July 1861. She was the youngest daughter of of the late Mr H O Beatson of Campbelton, Argylshire. They had a son aged four and a half at his father's death.

Child of Mary Stewart McKenzie Beatson and Campbell Mackinnon

Isobel Beattie

(circa 1824 - )
     Isobel Beattie was born circa 1824 in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
     Isobel Beattie married James Emslie, son of James Emslie and Barbara Mitchell, on 6 September 1848 in Insch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
     Isobel Beattie and James Emslie were recorded on the 1851 census in Auchlevan, Premnay, Aberdeenshire. James Emslie, head, m. 24, carpenter, house wright, cart wright employing 1 man, born Premnay; Isobel E, wife 24, carpenter's wife, b. Inverury; Andrew son 2 born Premnay; James son 2 months, b. Premnay; Gordon Watt? sevt. unm. 21?, Appr. to carpenter, born Banffshire Cabruck??; John Robertson, lodger unm. 19, shepherd b. Insch; James Robertson, visitor, unm. 9 scholar, b. Insch; James Beattie, visitor unm. 9?, scholar, b. Insch.
     Isobel Beattie and James Emslie appeared on the 1871 census in 4 North Broadford, Old Machar. James Emslie, 45, head, house carpenter, born Lonmay, Abd, with his wife Isabella 44, born Premnay?, Abd, and children Andrew 22, born Premnay?, James 21, butcher, born Premnay, Peter 18, house carpenter, born Premnay, Mary 16, grand daughter born Premnay, Barbara, 14, daughter born "Neig", Abd, Betsy, aged 9, daughter, ditto, John, son, 7, born Monymusk, Jessie, 5, daughter, born Monymusk, Alexander 4, son, born Monymusk.

Children of Isobel Beattie and James Emslie

Jean Beattie

     Jean Beattie married Robert MacPherson, son of Paul MacPherson and Catherine Christie. They had nine children, all of whom were baptised and married in the Church of Scotland.

John Nelson Beattie

(8 December 1933 - 26 July 1988)
     John Nelson Beattie was born on 8 December 1933 in New Zealand?. He was the son of John Beattie who died 23 June 1986 and Dorothy Cecil (maiden name Shand) Beattie who died 16 Aug. 1995.
     John died on 26 July 1988 in New Zealand aged 54.

Samuel Beattie

     Samuel Beattie married Dorothy Edith Elizabeth Ruby, daughter of Richard Norman Ruby and Mary Louisa Annear.

Grissel Beatty

( - 1680)
     Grissel Beatty was born in Longford, Ireland. She was the sister of Captain Charles Beatty, of the county of Longford.
     Grissel Beatty married Thomas Armstrong, son of Andrew Armstrong and Elizabeth Johnston.
     Grissel died in 1680.

Children of Grissel Beatty and Thomas Armstrong

William Beatty

     William Beatty married Ann Armstrong, daughter of Thomas Armstrong and Grissel Beatty. They had issue..

Margaret de Beauchamp

(before 1300 - between 1331 and 1339)
     Margaret de Beauchamp was born before 1300 in England. She was the daughter of Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke and Alice de Tosny.
     Margaret de Beauchamp married Robert de Lisle, son of Warin de Lisle and Alice de Montfort, before 1315. A published abstract of a Cambridgeshire fine indicates that the marriage of Sir Robert de Lisle and Margaret de Beauchamp took place before 1315/16, as indicated below :
# 138c.Date: 9 Edward II [1315-1316]. Robert de Insula and Margaret his wife v. William de Risheton in Cotenham and Westwyk.
     Margaret died between 1331 and 1339. 16 Edw III. See Smith's Art, etc for reasoning for the earlier date.
     Margaret de Beauchamp was mentioned in 1334.

Children of Margaret de Beauchamp and Robert de Lisle

Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke

(circa 1243 - 1303)
     Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke was born circa 1243 in England. He was the son of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Mauduit.
     Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke married Alice de Tosny, daughter of Roger de Tosny and Alice de Bohun, before 23 September 1289. On 25th Oct 2003, Douglas Richardson posted this, confirming their marriage:
"Complete Peerage 12 Pt. 1 (1953): 769-771 (sub Tony) has a good account of the life of Ralph VI de Tony (died 1239), baron of Flamstead, co. Hertford. The editor states that Ralph VI de Tony married betwen 1232 and 1234 Pernel, "daughter of Walter de Lacy, presumably by his wife, Margaret, da. of William de Briouze."
Following Ralph's death at sea in 1239, Pernel married (2nd) William de St. Omer. She was last known to be living 25 November 1288, "when she had quittance of the common summons of the eyre for common pleas in Wiltshire." [C.P. 12 Pt. 1 (1953): 771, footnote e].
New research indicates that Lady Pernel de Tony was living as 9 March 1290, when she was examined by the Bishop of Worcester regarding the
marriage of her granddaughter, Alice de Tony, to Walter de Beauchamp.
The following item is found in the Register of Bishop Godfrey Giffard,
Part 3 (Episcopal Regs., Dioc. of Worc.) (1900): 367–368:
"Memorandum, that on the 7th of the Ides of March [9 March 1290], the bishop examined witnesses, namely, Sir William le Poer, Sir Robert de Bracy, Sir John de Thorndon, knights, and the lady Petronilla de Tovy [Tony], and the rector of the church of Piriton [Pirton], upon the degree of consanguinity between Sir Walter de Bello Campo, knight, and the lady Alice de Tovy [Tony], his wife. The bishop found them to be within the fourth degree, and as they were ignorant at the time of contract that there was any impediment between them, he decreed the marriage and the issue thereof to be lawful.". Walter was the King's steward.
     Walter died in 1303 in Alcester, Warwickshire.

Child of Walter de Beauchamp Lord of Powke and Alice de Tosny

William de Beauchamp

(circa 1215 - 7 January 1268)
     William de Beauchamp was born circa 1215.
     William de Beauchamp married Isabel Mauduit before 1243.
     William died on 7 January 1268 in Elmley, Kent/Worcestershire?.

Child of William de Beauchamp and Isabel Mauduit

Alice Beauchamp

     Alice Beauchamp was the daughter of Michael Beauchamp.
     Alice Beauchamp married Sir John Petit, son of Sir John Petit.

Child of Alice Beauchamp and Sir John Petit

Eleanor Beauchamp (de Ros) (Somerset, etc)

     Eleanor Beauchamp (de Ros) (Somerset, etc) was the daughter of Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick and Elizabeth Berkeley.

Elizabeth Beauchamp

     Elizabeth Beauchamp married John Godolphin, son of Thomas Godolphin and Isabell Boskenns. Elizabeth Beauchamp was born in Bennerton, Cornwall, England. She was the daughter of John Beauchamp of Bennerton..

Child of Elizabeth Beauchamp and John Godolphin

Elizabeth Beauchamp (Latimer)

     Elizabeth Beauchamp (Latimer) was the daughter of Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick and Elizabeth Berkeley.

Margaret Beauchamp

(1404 - 14 June 1467)
     Margaret Beauchamp was born in 1404 in Goodrest, Wedgnock Park, nr Warwick, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick and Elizabeth Berkeley.
     Margaret Beauchamp married John Talbot Earl of Shrewsbury circa 1423.
     Margaret died on 14 June 1467.

Child of Margaret Beauchamp and John Talbot Earl of Shrewsbury

Michael Beauchamp

Child of Michael Beauchamp

Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick

(25 January 1382 - 30 April 1439)
     Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick married Elizabeth Berkeley, daughter of Lord Thomas Berkeley and Margaret de Lisle. Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick was born on 25 January 1382 in Salwarpe, Worcestershire.
     Richard died on 30 April 1439 in Rouen, France, aged 57.

Children of Richard Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick and Elizabeth Berkeley

Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort

( - 14 July 1495)
     Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort was born in England. She was the daughter of John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset and Margaret Holland.
     Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort married James, I Stewart, King of Scotland, son of Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland and Annabella Drummond, on 12 February 1423 in England.
     Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort married James Stewart Black Kt of Lorn, son of Sir John Stewart, in 1438.
     Joan died on 14 July 1495 in Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland. She was buried in Charterhouse, Perth, Scotland.

Children of Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort and James, I Stewart, King of Scotland

Children of Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort and James Stewart Black Kt of Lorn

John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset

(1371 - 16 March 1410)
     He was Marquess of Dorset & Earl of Somerset.. John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset was also known as John Beaufort in records.
     John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset married Margaret Holland, daughter of Thomas Holland Earl of Kent and Alice FitzAlan. John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset was born in 1371. He was the son of John of Gaunt Duke of Lancaster and Catherine Roelt.
     John died on 16 March 1410.

Child of John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset and Margaret Holland