Ismania was a daughter of a Cornishman named Whalesburgh. of Henry VI's queen, Margaret of Anjou, receiving forty pounds per annum in 1452-53.
John was born in 1306, in Tregardock, Cornwall, England. Lady was born in 1308, in Bodrugan Manor, Cornwall. Margaret had one brother: John Whalesborough of Lancarfe. Margaret was born in 1320 in Ryme, Dorsetshire, England. Margaret's father was John Whalesburgh and her mother is Lamellen Cornwall.
She is an only child. Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Margaret Whalesburgh (1522 - 1561) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile? We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. Margaret Dorothy de Whalesburgh (c.1530 - d.) Margaret Dorothy de Whalesburgh-Children (6) Robert Beauchamp. 1542-1617. Henry Beauchamp. 1544-Christopher Beauchamp.
Margaret (Whalesburgh) Beauchamp about 1328 - after 1366 Lancarffe, Cornwall. Sister of John Whalesborough of Lamelle Wife of John Beauchamp Mother of Elizabeth (Beauchamp) Fortescue and Joane (Beauchamp) Chalons John Whalesborough abt 1315 - 26 Apr 1362
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Margaret Whalesburgh b. Abt 1320 d. Yes, date unknown: Geneagraphie - Families all over the world
Family and Education. b.c.1369, s. and h. of John Whalesborough (d.1382) of Whalesborough by his w. Margaret.
3579731.Margaret 2 Margaret Whalesburgh: B: ABT 1327. D: AFT 10 JAN 1354/55 + John Beauchamp: B: ABT 1315. D: 8 APR 1349 3 Elizabeth Beauchamp: B: BEF 1349. D: AFT 1410 When John Beauchamp was born about 1530, in Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England, United Kingdom, his father, Thomas Beauchamp, was 40 and his mother, Agnes Conqueste, was 34.
abt 1315, England. d. 8 Apr 1349. 10 Dec 2020 Genealogy for Margaret Dorothy de Whalesburgh (c.1530 - d.) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living 17 Nov 2018 About Joan Margaret de Beauchamp. Margaret Whalesburgh. F. Father John Whalesburgh. Margaret Whalesburgh||p874.htm#i74004|John Ancestor charts showing the family relationships of Margaret Whalesburgh to other famous people.
Maggie (2) 13296. Maggio (1) 13297. Maggs (1) Margaret (65) 13489. Margaret? (1) 13490. Margaret?
Her paternal grandparents were William de Whalesburgh and Joan Carminow; her maternal grandparents were Sir Richard de Cornwall Lord of Thunnock and Joan St. Owen. She was an only child. Sources for Margaret Whalesburgh 1 Roberts, Gary Boyd , The Royal Descents of 600 Immig rants to the American Colonies or the United States , Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. (2008) , 548. 2 Weis, Frederick Lewis, et. al. , Ancestral Roots of Certain Amer ican Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition , Baltimore, Maryland Margaret Whalesburgh b.
Yes, date unknown: Geneagraphie - Families all over the world Margaret Whalesburg was born in the year 1529 in Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England. She was married in the year 1549 in Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England to John BEAUCHAMP She was married in the year 1559 in Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England to John BEAUCHAMP, they had 2 children. She died in the year 1561 in Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England.najlepšia mena na dlhodobé investovanie
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Margaret Dorothy de Whalesburgh-Children (6) Robert Beauchamp. 1542-1617. Henry Beauchamp. 1544-Christopher Beauchamp. 1546-1621. John Beauchamp. 1548-1615. Thomas
redirected from Family:John Beauchamp and Margaret Whalesburgh (1) Views. Family; Talk; Edit; History; What links here; more Margaret Whalesburgh Beauchamp (born Whalesboro) was born in 1320, at birth place, to John Whalesborough and Lamellen Whalesborough (born Cornwall). John was born in September 1289, in Lancarfe, Cornwall, England.