Thomas Beaufort: Birth: Bef 1463. Death: Bef 1463
Elizabeth Beaufort: Death: Bef 1492
Thomasine Beaufort: Death: Aft May 1469
Joan Beaufort: Death: 11 Aug 1518
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Note: Eleanor --------------- Lady Eleanor Beauchamp, Baroness de Ros and Duchess of Somerset (September 1408 � 6 March 1467) at Wedgenock, Warwickshire, England, was the second daughter of Richard de Beauchamp, 13th Earl of Warwick and Elizabeth de Berkeley. Sometime before 1430, Lady Eleanor was married to Thomas de Ros, 9th Baron de Ros. Eleanor married Edmund Beaufort, 1st Duke of Somerset sometime between 1431 and 1435 in an unlicensed marriage, although this was pardoned on 7 March 1438. He was the son of John Beaufort, 1st Earl of Somerset and Lady Margaret Holland. Their unlicensed marriage was later pardoned on 7 March 1438. She married thirdly to Walter Rokesley. There was no known issue from this marriage. She died on 6 March 1467 at the age of 58 at Baynard's Castle, London, England. (Wikipedia) ------------------- Thomas de Berkeley, of Berkeley castle, whose ancestors were long before barons of Berkeley, by tenure in capite of that castle, was the firs who had a personal summons to parliament, from the 23 Edw. I. to the 14 Edw. II. Maurice his son, and his successors to Thomas, great-grandson of the said Maurice had the like writs during their time; but Thomas who was the fifth baron by writ, and married Margaret, daughter and heir of Warine lord Lisle, of Kingston Lisle, dying s.p.m., his only daughter became his heir; and, according to the principle of baronies by writ, carried the barony of Berkeley to her husband, Richard Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, by whom she had three daughters, ber co-heirs, viz. Margaret, wife of John Talbot, earl of Shrewsbury; Eleanor, who married first, Thomas lord Roos, secondly, Edmund duke of Somerset; and Elizabeth, who wedded George Neville lord Latimer. Among the heirs general of these three co-heirs, the barony of the 23 Edw. I., must in conformity to modern decision, be now in abeyance. But nevertheless, James de Berkeley, nephew of the last baron Thomas, having the castle of Berkeley by virtue of an entail made by Thomas the third varon, on the heirs male of his body, was summoned to parliamant the 9 Hen. V., whereby a new barony was created; Unless the summons be considered as applying to the tenure of the possession of Berkeley castle, whereof the possessors had been from time immemorial barons, without any other form of creation than livery and seisin. If the barony had emanated from the writ of summons of the 23 Edw. I., it certainly terminated in abeyance between the three daughters and co-heirs of Richard Beaucham, earl of Warwick, which abeyance has never been determined. It is the barony of the 9 Hen. V. which i now in earl Berkeley. T. C. Banks, Baronia Anglica Concentrata, Vol . I, MDCCCXLIV, p. 123-124. Google Books, online,