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John de Beauchamp, 2nd Baron Beauchamp (first creation)

John de Beauchamp, 2nd Baron Beauchamp of Somerset (4 October 1304 - 19 May 1343) was born at Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somersetshire, England, to Sir John de Beauchamp, 1st Baron Beauchamp of Somerset and Joan Chenduit.


He married Margaret St John daughter of John St John, 1st Baron St John of Basing and Isabel Courtenay. Margaret and John de Beauchamp had issue:

  1. Eleanor de Beauchamp (c. 1307 - 13 June 1391) married (1) John Blount (2) John De Meriet (3) Henry Lunet
  2. Cicely de Beauchamp (c. 1321 - 7 June 1394) inherited the manors of Hatch Beauchamp, Shepton Beauchamp, Murifield and one third of the manor of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, the manors of Boultbery and Haberton, Devon, of Dorton, Buckinghamshire, and of Little Haw, Suffolk; married (1) Sir Roger St. Maur or Seymour, Kt. (Even Swindon, Wiltshire, 1314 - bef. 1361) (2) 14 September 1368 Sir Richard Tuberville or Sir Gilbert Turberville of Coity, Glamorgan
  3. Margaret de Beauchamp (born c. 1326)
  4. John de Beauchamp, 3rd Baron Beauchamp of Somerset (20 January 1329/1330 - 8 October 1361) married Alice Beauchamp
  5. Edward de Beauchamp (born c. 1330)
  6. William de Beauchamp (born c. 1331)



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