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  • ID: I08245
  • Name: John 1st Baron de BEAUCHAMP , of Hache, Sir 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 25 JUL 1274 in Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton, Somerset, England 1
  • Death: 12 OCT 1336 1
  • Note:
    BARONY of BEAUCHAMP, of Somerset (I) 1299

    John Beauchamp, of Hatch aforesaid, son and heir, was b. 25 July 1274, and had seizin of his father's lands, 17 Sep 1295. He was in the Scottish wars and was summoned, 26 Jan 1296/7, to attend the King at Salisbury. He was summoned to Parliament 29 Dec 1299 to 24 Aug 1336, by writs directed "Johanni de Bello Campo de Somerset," whereby he may be held to have become Lord Beachamp. He was knighted with the Prince of Wales, 22 May 1306. In 1321 he succeeded to the extensive estates of his mother, which included Sturminster Marshal, Dorset, Bullingham, co. Cambridge, etc. Governor of Bridgewater Castle 1325. He m. in or before 1301, Joan, said to have been daughter of ? Chenduit. She d. 9 Feb 1327. He d. 1336, after 20 Oct, aged 62. [Complete Peerage II:48-49]

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    John de Beauchamp, who was summoned to parliament as a baron by the style of "Iord de Bello Campo (de Somerset)," on 29 December, 1229, 28th of Edward I, and in the 34th of the same reign [1306] was one of the distinguished persons who received the honour of knighthood with Price Edward, the king's eldest son, being in the expedition made into Scotland in that year. In the 8th of Edward II [1315], his lordship was again in the Scottish wars; and in the 14th of the same king he succeeded to the very extensive landed possessions of his mother, comprising the manor of Sturminster-Marshal, in the co. Dorset, a moiety of the manor of West Kington, in the co. Wilts, of the whole manor of Wadmersh, in the co. Surrey, of the manor of Bullingham, in the co. Cambridge, also the hamlets of Watweton and Widecombe. In the two years afterwards Lord Beauchamp was made governor of the castle of Bridgewater. In the 7th of Edward III (1333-4), he obtained license to fortify his manor houses at Hacche, Estokes, and South Hainedon, and to embattle their walls. His lordship d.. in 1336, up to which period he had regular summonses, and was s. by his son, John de Beauchamp, 2nd Lord Beauchamp, of Hacche. [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 33, Beauchamp, Barons Beauchamp, of Hache, in the co. Somerset]




    Father: John de BEAUCHAMP , Lord of Hache, Sir b: BEF 1249 in Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton, Somerset, England
    Mother: Cicely de VIVONIA b: ABT 1253 in Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton, Somerset, England

    Marriage 1 Joan CHENDUIT b: ABT 1279 in Cornwall, England
    • Married: BEF 1301 2
    Children
    1. Has Children Joan de BEAUCHAMP b: ABT 1304 in Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton, Somerset, England
    2. Has Children John 2nd Baron de BEAUCHAMP , of Hache, Sir b: ABT 1306 in Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton, Somerset, England

    Sources:
    1. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: II:48-49
    2. Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
      Page: II:49
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