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  1. 2 days ago · John Beaufort 1st Duke of Somerset: Roger Mortimer 4th Earl of March: Edmund Mortimer 5th Earl of March: Henry VI of England 1422–1461 1470–1471: Edmund Tudor 1st Earl of Richmond: Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby: Anne de Mortimer: Richard 3rd Earl of Cambridge (2nd son) Edward 2nd Duke of York (1st son) Edward of ...

    • 1485; 537 years ago
    • Henry VII
    • Manor
    • Church
    • Advowson
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    In 1086 BLETSOE MANOR, theonly manor mentioned in the Survey assituated in this parish, contained 2hides and the moiety of a mill worth 10s., and belonged to Hugh de Beauchamp. (fn. 3) The overlordshipof this manor, as with other of Hugh de Beauchamp'sproperty, became attached to the barony of Bedford,following the same descent as the manor of Bray...

    The church of ST. MARY THEVIRGINconsists of a chancel 38 ft. 8 16 ft. 5 in., central tower 11 ft. 6 13 ft. 8 in., nave 50 ft. 9 in. by 24 ft. 6 in., northtransept 20 ft. 1 in. by 30 ft. 4 in., and south transept12 ft. 3 in. by 18 ft. 5 in. This church has been verylargely restored, both in the middle of the 19thcentury and in recent yea...

    The first mention that has beenfound of the advowson of thechurch of St. Mary, Bletsoe, is in1219, when Robert de Broy, lord of Bletsoe, successfully claimed it against the master of the Hospital ofthe Holy Trinity, Northampton. (fn. 40) In 1284 thevalue of the church was estimated at 8 13s. 4d., (fn. 41) and in 1313 10 marks. (fn. 42) The advowson...

    The Town Close consists of5 a. 2 r. of arable land let at 6 ayear, which is distributed in coals.The church land consists of 3 a. or thereabouts ofgrass land in Riseley let at 7 a year applied towardschurch expenses, and the rent of a house in Bletsoe,known as the Clerk's House, amounting to 3 10s.a year, is paid to the clerk.

  2. Feb 22, 2023 · John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Somerset: Birthdate: estimated between 680 and 1880 : Death: Immediate Family: Husband of Katherine de Beaufort, Duchess of Lancaster Father of John de Beaufort, 1st Earl of Somerset. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: today

  3. Mar 12, 2023 · John DE BEAUFORT 1st Earl of Somerset DE BEAUFORT, John 1st Earl of Somerset (About 1373-) Family Links Spouses/Children: 1. HOLLAND, Margaret DE BEAUFORT, Joan+ DE BEAUFORT, John 1st Earl of Somerset 2 Born: About 1373 Marriage (1): HOLLAND, Margaret 1 User ID: K183. John married Margaret HOLLAND. 1 (Margaret HOLLAND was born about 1385.) Sources

  4. Feb 27, 2023 · John, Duke of Bedford(1422–1435) Born 6 December 1421Windsor Castle, Berkshire, England Died 21 May 1471(1471-05-21)(aged 49)Tower of London, London, England Burial 12 August 1484 St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, England [a] Spouse Margaret of Anjou (m. 1445) Issue Edward of Westminster, Prince of Wales House Lancaster(Plantagenet) Father

  5. Mar 1, 2023 · Birthplace: Innermeath, Argyll, Scotland, United Kingdom. Death: after 1454. Immediate Family: Son of Sir John Stewart of Innermeath, Kt. and Isabel MacDougall. Husband of Joan Beaufort, Queen of Scots. Father of John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl; James Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan and Andrew Stewart, Bishop of Moray.

  6. Mar 15, 2023 · Lost to him, through his debts, the house ultimately passed (1674) into the hands of the trustees for George Digby, Earl of Bristol, and his Countess sold it in 1682 to Henry, Marquess of Worcester, afterwards Duke of Beaufort, the house remaining in his family until 1720.

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