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From: (Douglas Richardson)
Subject: Re: Beauchamp of Hatch (was Payn de Beauchamp)
Date: 2 Feb 2002 23:09:56 -0800
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Dear Louise and Robert:
Juliane, wife of Robert III de Beauchamp, of Hatch Beauchamp,
Somerset, wasn't a Brett at all. Rather, my research indicates she
was the daughter and co-heiress of Pain de Dourton, of Dourton, co.
Buckingham. This discovery will be covered by the forthcoming book,
Baronial Ancestry, due out in about a year.
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah, Home of Winter
"Louise Staley" <> wrote in message news:<3c5c81a1$0$21131$>...
> Dear Robert,
> Do you have a source for Juliania Brett? I thought Weis referred
> to her simply as Juliana, is there another source?
> Also, before Robert Beauchamp II, father of the daughter who
> married Simon Valletort, are there any sources?
> "Robert S Baxter" <> wrote in message
> > Allene,
> > This is a totally different and unrelated Beauchamp family, the
> > of Hatch descended from Simon de Valletort in the male line and
> Robert fitz
> > Ivo
> > in the female. I can't vouch for the complete accuracy of
> > 1. Robert fitz Ivo
> > 2. Robert I de Beauchamp
> > 3. Robert II de Beauchamp
> > 4. dtr of Robert II de Beauchamp m. Simon de Valletort, son of
> Hugh de
> > Valletort.
> > 5. Robert III de Beauchamp m. Juliania Brett
> > 6. Robert IV de Beauchamp m. Alice de Mohun
> > 7. Humphrey de Beauchamp m. Sybil Oliver
> > Regards,
> > Bob