Constance de Beaumont

     Constance de Beaumont married Roger de Tosny de Conches (4), son of Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny and Marguerite de Beaumont, before 22 September 1199.

Child of Constance de Beaumont and Roger de Tosny de Conches (4)

Ermengarde de Beaumont

( - 11 February 1233/34)
     Ermengarde de Beaumont was born in Scotland?. She was the daughter of Richard, Vicecomes de Bellomonte who died at Stirling on 4 December 1214 and was buried at Arbroath.
     Ermengarde de Beaumont married William the Lion, King of Scotland, son of Prince Henry, (of Scotland). 3rd Earl of Huntingdon, on 5 September 1186 in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. They had a son (Alexander II) and three daughters (all of whom married English nobles).
     Ermengarde died on 11 February 1233/34 in Balmerino, Fife.

Child of Ermengarde de Beaumont and William the Lion,, King of Scotland

Margaret de Beaumont

     Margaret de Beaumont married Saher de Quincy Earl of Winchester.

Marguerite de Beaumont

     Marguerite de Beaumont married Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny, son of Roger (3) de Tosny and Gertrude/Ida de Hainult, after 1155.

Children of Marguerite de Beaumont and Radulph/Ralph/Raoul (5) de Tosny

Abraham Beaumont

(circa 1831 - )
     Abraham Beaumont was born circa 1831 in Ringshall, Suffolk.
     Abraham Beaumont married Eliza Grimwood, daughter of Thomas Grimwood and Sarah Grimwood, in 1852 in Ringshall, Bosmere RD, Suffolk.

Alice Beaumont

(circa 1730? - )
     Alice Beaumont was born circa 1730?.
     Alice Beaumont married George Steer, son of John Steer and Mary Bamforth, on 1 January 1750/51 in Wath upon Dearne, Yorkshire.

James Beaumont

(before 1822 - before 1850)
     James Beaumont was born before 1822 in Suffolk, England. James was a labourer.
     James Beaumont married Maria Bullett, daughter of Harriet Bullett, on 3 March 1843 in Wattisham, Suffolk. Witnessed by Thomas Sparkes & Mary Roper; she was aged 18 and a spinster, he was of full age, laborer.
     James died before 1850 in Suffolk.

Martha Beaumont

     Martha Beaumont married James Page Cocksedge on 17 July 1791 in St John Timberhill, Norwich, Norfolk.

Maud Beaumont

( - 3 July 1467)
     Maud Beaumont married Sir Hugh Courteney on 16 October 1417. This was his fourth marriage. She was the daughter of Sir William Beaumont of Heanton Punchardon and Isabel Willington. They had two sons and a daughter; Edward, Hugh and Margaret.
Edward, born about 1417, died before 1468 s.p., Sir Hugh of Boconnoc, died 5 May 1471 at Tewkesbury, left issue by his wife Margaret Carminow, Margaret, married Sir John Arundell of Trerice. She died sps.
There remains considerable confusion and misinformation about the identity (and existence) of the daughter Margaret. Richardson in /Plantagenet Ancestry/ repeats the /Visitation of Cornwall/ suggestion that she married Theobald Grenville. This is impossible on chronological grounds, (for discussion see the SGM thread "Parents of Margaret Courtenay" from April 2001). Another common candidate for the husband of this Margaret Courtenay is Sir John Arundell of *Tolverne* who died in 1461. However the Courteany who married Sir John Arundell of Tolverne was named Maud and was the daughter of Sir Hugh Courtenay of Boconnoc and his wife Margaret Carminow [6] making Maud the granddaughter of Sir Hugh of Haccombe. There is I believe another candidate for the daughter of Hugh of Haccombe and Maud Beaumont and that is as the wife of Sir John Arundell of Trerice who married Anne Moyle. I think Margaret Courtenay was his first wife and she died either sp or sps. This is shown on Stirnet apparently following Burke so not a lot to go on hence the possibility there was no daughter Margaret at all
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     Maud died on 3 July 1467.

Unknown Beaupell

     Unknown Beaupell married Thomas Killigrew, son of Simon Killigrew and Jane of Arwenack, in Cornwall?.

Children of Unknown Beaupell and Thomas Killigrew

Mary Beausang

( - 1941)
     Mary Beausang married John Colbert (of Conna), son of John Colbert (of Conna) and Catherine Twomey, in Lisquinlan, Ladysbridge, Cork. They settled on the farm that Mary inherited from her aunt in Lisquinlan, Ladysbridge, Co Cork. They had 6 daughters and 1 son.
     Mary died in 1941 in Cork, Ireland.

George Becher

(26 June 1715 - April 1754)
     George Becher married Ann Gibbs. George Becher was born on 26 June 1715 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. He was the son of John Becher and Mary Cranfield.
     George died in April 1754 aged 38.

Child of George Becher and Ann Gibbs

John Becher

(1 September 1677 - )
     John Becher married Mary Cranfield. He became mayor of Bristol. John Becher was born on 1 September 1677 in Cork, Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Becher and Elizabeth Turner.

Children of John Becher and Mary Cranfield

Mary Cranfield Becher

(6 December 1716 - circa 1750)
     Mary Cranfield Becher was born on 6 December 1716 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. She was the daughter of Mary Cranfield and John Becher (born 1 Sep 1677 in co. Cork, the son of Thomas Becher and Elizabeth Turner). She was the daughter of John Becher and Mary Cranfield. Mary Cranfield Becher was christened on 3 January 1716/17 in St Stephen's, Bristol, England.
     Mary Cranfield Becher married Richard Hungerford, son of Thomas Hungerford and Susannah Becher, on 12 February 1738 in Dublin, Ireland. For some reason Mary Cranfield Becher incurred the displeasure of her father, as she was cut off with only six shillings [unlike the thousands of pounds left to her siblings!] She presumably had a marriage portion still.
     Mary died circa 1750.

Children of Mary Cranfield Becher and Richard Hungerford

Mary Cranfield Becher

(1753 - )
     Mary Cranfield Becher was born in 1753 in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. She was the daughter of George Becher and Ann Gibbs.
     Mary Cranfield Becher married Thomas Hungerford, son of Richard Hungerford and Mary Cranfield Becher, on 20 May 1770 in St Augustine the Less, Bristol, Gloucestershire. The had eight children.

Susannah Becher

(6 March 1688 - 1738)
     Susannah Becher was born on 6 March 1688 in Cork, Ireland. She was the daughter of Thomas Becher (2640-1709) and Elizabeth Turner (c 1650-1720). She was the daughter of Thomas Becher and Elizabeth Turner.
     Susannah Becher married Thomas Hungerford, son of Col Richard Hungerford and Mary Moore, in 1709 in Ireland. She married Samuel Jervois in 1719 after Thomas's death.
     Susannah died in 1738 in Ireland.

Children of Susannah Becher and Thomas Hungerford

Thomas Becher

(1640 - 1709)
     Thomas Becher was born in 1640.
     Thomas Becher married Elizabeth Turner.
     Thomas died in 1709.
     More information about Thomas Becher may be found at Jenny Stiles' website at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~becher/index.htm.

Children of Thomas Becher and Elizabeth Turner

Isabel Laura Beck

     Isabel Laura Beck married Reginald Tulloch Rout, son of William Charles Rout and Jessie Isabelle Tullock, in 1931 in Victoria.

Sarah Beck

(before April 1813 - )
     Sarah Beck was born before April 1813 in Annesley, Nottinghamshire.
     Sarah Beck married William Stanser, son of John Stanser and Ann Wyles, on 22 July 1847 in All Saints, Annesley, Nottinghamshire. He was of North Luffenham, bachelor and she was of Annesley, spinster.
     Sarah Beck and William Stanser appeared on the 1861 census in North Luffenham, Rutland. Wililam Stancer, head, 53, groom, born Ketton, Rutland and his wife Sarah aged 48, born Annsley, Notts.
     Sarah Beck and William Stanser appeared on the 1871 census in North Luffenham. William Stancer, head, aged 63, retired servant, born Ketton, Rutland; his wife Sarah aged 58, born Armsley, Notts.
     Sarah Beck and William Stanser appeared on the 1881 census in North Luffenham. William Stancer, 73, born Ketton, Rutland, head, retired servant with his wife Sarah, 68, born Annesley, Nottingham. Sarah Beck was buried in North Luffenham. She may be the Sarah Stancer aged 85 who died in the March quarter of 1898 in the Uppingham RD.
     Sarah died in North Luffenham, Rutland.

Children of Sarah Beck and William Stanser

Thomas Beckford

(say 1640 - before 17 December 1675)
     Thomas Beckford was born say 1640.
     Thomas Beckford married Susanna Barrett or Basser on 5 July 1665 in St Nicholas, Deptford, Kent, England.
     Thomas Beckford made a will dated 14 December 1675 in Deptford, Kent. Memorandum that on or about the 14 Dec 1675 Thomas Beckford late of the parisdh fo Deptford in the county of Kenet deceased being then of perfect mind and memory did make and declare hislast will and testament nuncupative or by word of mouth in manner and forme following vzi. Speaking to Susana Beckford his wife who was then crying and grieving herselft to see him ill Then said my Deare doe not vex or trouble thy self For I give thee al lthat I have in this world whch words or words to the same effect he the said deceased uttered and spake with an intent and purpose that they should stand for and be his last will and testament in the presence and hearing of Rebcca White and Jane Clapp.
     Thomas died before 17 December 1675 in Deptford, Kent, England. He was buried on 17 December 1675 in St Nicholas, Deptford.
     His will was proved on 3 January 1675/76 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Issued forth a commission to Susanna Beckford relict and universal legatrix of the nuncupative will of Thomas Beckford deceased to administer the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased according to the tenor and effect of his will (because no executor is nominated).

Alice Beconsai

     Alice Beconsai married Rowland Bulkeley (of Beaumaris & Cheadle), son of William Bulkeley Constable of Beaumaris Castle and Ellin Gwylim ap Griffith. She was the daughter of William Beconsia of Beconsai.

Elizabeth Bedwell

(before 1710 - before 22 February 1780)
     Elizabeth Bedwell was born before 1710.
     Elizabeth Bedwell married Peter Cocksedge, son of Peter Cocksedge and Elizabeth Ball or Balls, on 5 March 1729 in Old Newton, Suffolk. The allegation for a marriage licence in the Archdeaconry of Sudbury shows Peter Cocksedge, of Felsham & Ellizh Bedwell, of Old Newton, single woman, at Old Newton, 4 March 1729.
     Elizabeth died before 22 February 1780 in Felsham, Suffolk. She was buried on 22 February 1780 in Felsham.

Children of Elizabeth Bedwell and Peter Cocksedge

Elizabeth Beer

(circa 1789 - September 1873)
     Elizabeth Beer was also known as Bier in records. She was born circa 1789 in Rattlesden, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Beer married Thomas Dykes, son of Thomas Dykes and Mary Offord, on 27 December 1807 in Rattlesden, Suffolk.
     Elizabeth Beer and Thomas Dykes appeared on the 1841 census in Buxhall, Suffolk. Thomas Dykes 50, ag lab, his wife Elizabeth Dykes 50, Anna Dykes 15, Eliza Dykes 15, John Dykes 14, Rebecca Dykes 11, all born in the county.
     Elizabeth Beer and Thomas Dykes were recorded on the 1851 census in Brettenham Rd, Buxhall, Suffolk. Thomas Dykes 61, farm labourer, born Buxhall; his wife Elizebeth Dykes 62, born Rattlesden; Elizabeth Dykes 25, unmarried daughter, John Dykes 23 unmarried son, farm labourer, John Dykes 3, grandson, all born at Buxhall.
     Elizabeth Beer and Thomas Dykes appeared on the 1861 census in Buxhall. Thomas Dykes, head, 71, ag labourer, born Buxhall, his wife Elizabeth 72, born Rattlesden.
     Elizabeth Beer appeared on the 1871 census in Gt Finborough. She is possibly the Elizabeth Dykes aged 84, born Felsham in the 1871 census; mother in law to James Jackson and his wife Betsy (who married as Betsey Dykes 2 Feb 1835 at Buxhall).
     Elizabeth's death was possibly registered in the quarter ending in September 1873 in Stow RD, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Beer and Thomas Dykes

Florence Beer

(circa 1864 - )
     Florence Beer was born circa 1864 in Kirby, Essex, England.
     Florence Beer married Arthur Edmond Paul, son of George William Paul and Emily Parkins, on 24 July 1907 in Paddington RD, Middlesex, England.

Child of Florence Beer and Arthur Edmond Paul

Hester or Esther Beesly

(after 1700 - 25 February 1737/38)
     Hester or Esther Beesly was born after 1700 in England.
     Hester or Esther Beesly married Rev Seawell Heatherly, son of William Heatherly, circa 17 October 1727 in London.
     Hester was buried on 25 February 1737/38 in Christ Church, Newgate St, (Greyfriars), London. Mrs Hester Heatherly.

Children of Hester or Esther Beesly and Rev Seawell Heatherly

Catherine Beeston

     Catherine Beeston married William Wentworth, son of Thomas Wentworth and Beatrice Woodroffe, say 1528. She was the daughter of Ralph Beeston of Beeston.

Child of Catherine Beeston and William Wentworth

Joseph Beever

( - before 1790)
     Lydia Rich married secondly Joseph Beever on 21 February 1735/36 in Penistone, Yorkshire. There must be another Lydia.
     Joseph died before 1790.

Helen Wylie Caithness Begg

(circa 1859 - 31 October 1909)
     Helen Wylie Caithness Begg was born circa 1859.
     Helen Wylie Caithness Begg married George Wafford Dempster, son of James Edwin Dempster and Matilda Caroline Humberstone, on 3 December 1878 in St Paul's, Port Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of Capt Wm Begg, of Semaphore.
     Helen died on 31 October 1909 in Port Adelaide, Queenstown, South Australia. She was buried on 1 November 1909 in the Cemetery, Cheltenham, South Australia.
     Her will was proved at South Australia.

Children of Helen Wylie Caithness Begg and George Wafford Dempster

Jane Beggs

(21 July 1903 - )
     Jane died in Utah, USA. She was born on 21 July 1903 in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
     Jane Beggs married Allan Victor Ryther, son of Edward Melville Ryther and Emmeline Bills, on 22 June 1929 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

Matilda Beharrell

(circa 1809 - after 1881)
     Matilda Beharrell was born circa 1809 in March, Cambridgeshire.
     Matilda Beharrell married William Burnham, son of John Burnham and Mary Blunt, on 18 May 1830 in St Mary, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire.
     Matilda died after 1881.
     Matilda Beharrell appeared on the 1881 census in Peterborough End, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire. Matilda Burnham aged 72, annuitant (independent) widow, born Floods Ferry March, was head of the household with 2 servants.
     Matilda's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1895 in Whittlesey RD, Cambridgeshire.

Children of Matilda Beharrell and William Burnham