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Hugh de Valletort
(-After 1086)
Robert de Beauchamp Sheriff of Somerset
(1195-1135)
Simon de Valletort
Lady de Beauchamp
Robert de Beauchamp
(-1211)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Juliania de Dourton

Robert de Beauchamp

  • Born: Hatch Beachamp, Somerset, England
  • Marriage: Juliania de Dourton 193
  • Died: 1211, Hatch Beachamp, Somerset, England 1047

bullet   Another name for Robert was Robert Fitz Simon.160

bullet  General Notes:


~ Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 246B:29, Robert IV Beauchamp, lord of Hatch, and his wife Julia were the parents of Robert V Beauchamp who married Alice de Mohun. 160

bullet  Information about this person:

• From Gen-Medieval Archives: Beauchamps of Hatch . 193
From: royalancestry@msn.com (Douglas Richardson)
Subject: Re: Beauchamp of Hatch (was Payn de Beauchamp)
Date: 2 Feb 2002 23:09:56 -0800

Dear Louise and Robert:

Juliane, wife of Robert III de Beauchamp, of Hatch Beauchamp, Somerset, wasn't a Brett at all. Rather, my research indicates she was the daughter and co-heiress of Pain de Dourton, of Dourton, co. Buckingham.

Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
E-mail: royalancestry@msn.com

> "Robert S Baxter" <rsbaxter@bellsouth.net> wrote :
> >
> This is a totally different and unrelated Beauchamp family, the
> Beauchamps
> of Hatch descended from Simon de Valletort in the male line and
> Robert fitz
> Ivo
> in the female. I can't vouch for the complete accuracy of
this.
>
> 1. Robert fitz Ivo
> 2. Robert I de Beauchamp
> 3. Robert II de Beauchamp
> 4. dtr of Robert II de Beauchamp m. Simon de Valletort, son of
Hugh de Valletort.
> 5. Robert III de Beauchamp m. Juliania Brett
> 6. Robert IV de Beauchamp m. Alice de Mohun
> 7. Humphrey de Beauchamp m. Sybil Oliver

• Background Information. 1047
During the reign of Henry II, Robert de Beauchamp, styled "de Hache," was Sheriff of Somersetshire for several years. His possession in the county were very considerable, the number of knights' fees being no fewer than seventeen, which he certified to hold when the aid was levied for the marriage of Matilda, Henry II's daughter. Robert died in 1211 according to Collinson's History of Somersetshire, 1791, p. 44.

~ "Beauchamp of Somersetshire," Notes and Queries, Tenth Series, Vol. VIII, p. 307


Robert married Juliania de Dourton, daughter of Pain de Dourton and Unknown.193


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