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Walcheline (Walter) de Beauchamp and Joane de Mortimer

Walcheline (Walter) de Beauchamp. (Walcheline-S2).
Born (about 1180-S2)(in 1184)(in 1190)(in 1192-1193-S1), in Elmely Castle, Worcestershire, England (S2); son of William (II) de Beauchamp and Alice de Salwarpe. (S1).

At William's death in 1197, his heir was his eldest son William, a minor who died before Michaelmas 1211, when Walter was in the custody of Roger Mortimer (d. 1214) and his wife, Isabel. Walter married their daughter Johanna in 1212 (she died in 1225), and was in possession of his barony by 1214. He obtained his shrievalty on 19 August 1215, but lost it when, with nineteen of his knights, he deserted to the rebels in May 1216. He returned to his allegiance to King John in August 1216, however, when he was reinstated in his lands. (S1).

Beauchamp witnessed the reissue of Magna Carta on 11 November 1216, and in March 1217 he was restored to his shrievalty and castellanship, and became keeper of the royal forests in Worcestershire. He also witnessed the further reissue of Magna Carta on 11 February 1225. (S1).

In 1225 or later, he married his second wife, Angaret, who died between 1280 and 1283. (S1).

Walter died on 11 April 1236. (S1,S2).

His first wife, Johanna, was the mother of his heir, William (III) de Beauchamp. William was to marry Isabel de Mauduit, the eventual heiress of the earls of Warwick; they were the parents of William de Beauchamp, 9th Earl of Warwick. (S1).

Joane de Mortimer. (Johanna).
Born (about 1185)(about 1194-S4) in Wigmore, Ludlow, Herfordshire, England; daughter of Roger Mortimer of Wigmore and Millicent (Isabel-S4) de Ferrers.

She married Walcheline de Beauchamp in 1212 in Elmely, Worchestershire, England. (S2).

She died in 1268 in Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England. (S2,S4).

CHILDREN of Walcheline (Walter) de Beauchamp and Johanna de Mortimer
  1. William de BEAUCHAMP. He married Isabel MAUDUIT.
  2. Thomas DE BEAUCHAMP was born about 1214 in Elmley Castle, Worcestershire, England.


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