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Ancestors of Gary Rea


Dulzebella King

Dulzebella testified in the case of Elizabeth Dew in 1654.

William de Beauchamp

5th Baron Beauchamp, feudal lord of Elmley, attended King Henry III., in the 37th year of his reign (1252-53), into Gascoigne, and in two years afterwards marched under the banner of Robert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester, against the Scots. In the 41st year of the same reign he had summons with other illustrious persons to meet the king at Chester on the feast day of St. Peter de Vincula, well fitted with horse ands arms to oppose the incursions of Llewellyn, Prince of Wales. Lord Beauchamp married Isabel Mauduit, daughter of William Mauduit, of Hanslape, co. Bucks, heritable chamberlain of the exchequer, and sister and heiress of William Mauduit, Earl of Warwick (who inherited that dignity from his cousin, Margery de Newburgh, Countess of Warwick, in the year 1263). He made his will in 1268, the year in which he died

William Mauduit, 8th Earl of Warwick

The Complete Peerage v.XIIpII, pp.367-368.

Walter de Beauchamp

was appointed Governor of Hanley Castle, co. Worcester, in the 17th year of King John, and entrusted with the custody of the same shire in that turbulent year. Walter de Beauchamp married Bertha Braose daughter of William de Braose, Lord Braose.

William de Beauchamp

Died before the 13th year of King John's reign (1211-1212), succeeded by his son, Walter (a minor, whose wardship and marriage Roger de Mortimer and Isabel, his wife, obtained for 3,000 marks).

William de Beauchamp

For his zeal in the cause of the Empress Maud, was dispossessed of the castle of Worcester by King Stephen, to which, and all his other honors and estates, however, he was restored by King Henry II.; and in that monarch's reign, besides the sheriffalty of Worcestershire, which he enjoyed by inheritance, he was sheriff of Warwickshire (2nd year of Henry II.), sheriff of Gloucestershire (from the 3rd to the 9th year of Henry II., inclusive), and sheriff of Herefordshire (from the 8th to the 16th year of Henry II., inclusive). Upon the levy of the assessment towards the marriage portion of King Henry's daughters, this powerful feudal lord certified his knight's fees to the amount of fifteen. He married Maud Braose, daughter of William de Braose, Lord Braose, of Gower, and was succeeded, at his decease, by his son, William.