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GUY de BEAUCHAMP 2nd Earl of Warwick, Knt.

ABT 1278 - 12 Aug 1315

ID Number: I23641

  • RESIDENCE: Warwick, England
  • BIRTH: ABT 1278, Of Elmley Castle, Elmley, Worchester, England
  • DEATH: 12 Aug 1315, Poisoned at Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, England
  • BURIAL: Bordesley Abbey, Warwickshire, England
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS 8PTP-2J [S810] [S1123] [S3761]
Father: WILLIAM de BEAUCHAMP 1st Earl of Warwick
Mother: MAUD de FitzJohn de LUTEGARESHALE


Family 1 : ISABELLA de CLARE
Family 2 : ALICE (Adeliza) de TOENI
  1. +ELIZABETH BEAUCHAMP
  2. +MAUD de BEAUCHAMP
  3. +THOMAS de BEAUCHAMP 3rd Earl of Warwick
  4.  JOHN BEAUCHAMP

Notes


"The figure of Guy Beauchamp, the second Beauchamp earl, is a much clearer figure than that of his father, largely due to his outspoken political criticism of the failings of Edward II which attracted much attention from contemporary chroniclers. We have already noted that he was born in the early 1270s, but from then we do not know anything until the occasion of his knighthood on 25 March 1296. What is certain is that he enjoyed an unusually broad education for his age. The description of Earl Guy in the Annales Londonienses as ‘bene literatus’ is seized on by McFarlane who reminds us that contemporary prelates were only ‘literatus’ if they possessed a university education. McFarlane refutes the notion that Guy spent any time at Oxford, but insists that the term ‘can hardly have meant less than that he was well grounded in Latin grammar’. It seems likely, however, that he was grounded in much more; Tout, by no means an admirer, admits that the earl possessed an education ‘seldom found in the higher nobility of his age’. Guy's extensive library is well known, and we have a catalogue of what would appear to have been a small selection from it, which the earl presented to Bordesley Abbey in 1306, described by McGoldrick as ‘one of the most interesting book collections of the fourteenth century’. The majority of the works in the list are ‘romaunces’, meaning they were written either in French or Anglo-Norman, and concern such diverse topics as the lives of Titus and Vespasian, physiology and surgery, biblical tales, legends of the holy grail, lives of the saints, and historical stories concerning figures such as Charlemagne and Alexander. One book is mentioned only as ‘un petit rouge livre, en le quel sount contenuz mous diverses choses’. The inclusion of a number of ‘chansons de gestes’, outdated by the early fourteenth century, could betray Earl Guy's conservative literary tastes, or else might simply represent a clear-out of some of the older books in the Warwick library.


Guy was not the only Beauchamp book-owner that we know of in our period. His daughter, Matilda de Say, was to enter the royal household of Edward III, and bequeathed a number of unnamed French and Latin books to John de Harleston. Her sister-in-law, Katherine Mortimer (wife of Earl Thomas [I]) left a book of ‘ch’ to her son Thomas. Perhaps this refers to a book of songs [‘chansons’], but whatever, Earl Guy is perhaps the best example of a cultured and cerebral member of the higher nobility in the early fourteenth century. This was not lost on his contemporaries: the author of the Vita Edwardi Secundi claims that ‘in wisdom and council he had no peer’, and that ‘other earls did many things only after taking his opinion’; the author of the Lanercost chronicle credits him with ‘equal wisdom and integrity’, whilst the Annales Londonienses describes Beauchamp as ‘homo discretus et bene literatus per quem totum regnum Angliae sapienta praefulgebat’. A streak of simple piety, in an age unrenowned for its modesty, is evident in Guy's will, in which he requests that he be buried in Bordesley Abbey in a simple ceremony ‘without any great pomp’, especially when we compare it with the preparations made for the funeral of his grandson, William Beauchamp, Lord Bergavenny, who requested that five tapers be hung about his body from the moment of death, and that twenty-four poor men be cloaked in black, and each carrying torches, before 10,000 masses are said ‘by the most honest priest that can be found’. His affinity for the austerity of the Cistercian order was probably, in part, political. It would be surprising to find him embracing the Benedictines after his father's quarrels with Bishop Giffard. However, there is also the small possibility that Guy was influenced by the Cistercian ideas in the romance The Quest for the Holy Grail. A number of the books which the earl gave to Bordesley Abbey were Arthurian romances, and it is just possible that the earl was influenced by this piece of Cistercian propaganda.


What makes Earl Guy interesting is the contradictory nature of his character, perhaps best summed up by Tout when he compared the earl to the ‘cultivated aristocratic ruffians’ found in the later renaissance. This apparently ‘discreet’ and ‘well-read’ man was also a highly skilled soldier and ruthless politician; he served frequently in the Scottish wars under Edward I, and was present at Falkirk, the siege of Carlaverock and the siege of Stirling Castle. He clearly cut a very impressive figure on the battlefield, and the author of the Siege of Carlaverock claims that:


‘De Warwik le Count Guy


Coment ken ma rime de guy


Ne avoit voisin de lui mellour


Baniere ot de rouge coulour


O feasse de or et croissilie’


in a clear reference to the Beauchamp coat of arms. His single-mindedness can be seen in his activities during the reign of Edward II, when, despite Lancaster's de jure leadership of the baronial opposition, Earl Guy seems to have been the most active opponent of Edward and Gaveston. The Vita Edwardi Secundi sees Earl Guy as the ‘brains behind the Ordinances’, when it claims that it was ‘by his advice and skill the Ordinances were framed’. Earl Guy also merits the distinction of being the only earl to have opposed Gaveston's influence at court consistently from Edward's coronation until Gaveston's death in 1312, which was largely engineered by the earl himself. His nick-name of ‘the black dog of Arden’, reputedly coined by Gaveston, probably refers to more than his swarthy complexion. Indeed the Chronicle of Lanercost claims that ‘when this was reported to the earl, he is said to have replied with calmness: "If he call me a dog, be sure that I will bite him so soon as I shall perceive my opportunity"’."
From: http://users.powernet.co.uk/barfield/chap1.htm

[523399]
10 Aug 1315


                                                                                           _WALTER (Walchaline) de BEAUCHAMP ______________+
                                                                                          | (1180 - 1236) m 1212                           
                                            _WILLIAM III de BEAUCHAMP 5th Baron of Elmley_|
                                           | (1215 - 1268)                                |
                                           |                                              |_JOANE de MORTIMER _____________________________+
                                           |                                                (1187 - 1268) m 1212                           
 _WILLIAM de BEAUCHAMP 1st Earl of Warwick_|
| (1238 - 1298) m 1270                     |
|                                          |                                               _WILLIAM MAUDUIT _______________________________
|                                          |                                              | (1196 - 1257)                                  
|                                          |_ISOBEL MAUDUIT of Warwick____________________|
|                                            (1227 - 1268)                                |
|                                                                                         |_ALICE de NEWBURGH of Warwick___________________+
|                                                                                           (1196 - 1263)                                  
|
|--GUY de BEAUCHAMP 2nd Earl of Warwick, Knt.
|  (1278 - 1315)
|                                                                                          _GEOFFREY FitzPiers de MANDEVILLE Earl of Essex_+
|                                                                                         | (1162 - 1213)                                  
|                                           _JOHN FitzGeoffrey de LUTEGARESHALE of Essex__|
|                                          | (1213 - 1258) m 1230                         |
|                                          |                                              |_AVELINA de CLARE ______________________________+
|                                          |                                                (1172 - 1225)                                  
|_MAUD de FitzJohn de LUTEGARESHALE _______|
  (1239 - 1304) m 1270                     |
                                           |                                               _HUGH de BIGOD 3rd Earl of Norfolk______________+
                                           |                                              | (1178 - 1224) m 1207                           
                                           |_ISABEL de BIGOD _____________________________|
                                             (1212 - 1239) m 1230                         |
                                                                                          |_MAUD (Matilda) MARSHALL of Norfolk_____________+
                                                                                            (1192 - 1248) m 1207                           

Sources

[S810]

[S1123]

[S3761]


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William Lorraine CONEY III

ABT 1890 - ____

ID Number: I2855

Father: William Lorraine CONEY II
Mother: Louise VON MOCK



                                                               _Joel Jackson CONEY _+
                                                              | (1812 - 1859) m 1838
                             _William Lorraine "Bose" CONEY I_|
                            | (1844 - 1927) m 1864            |
                            |                                 |_Emeline MORGAN _____+
                            |                                   (1820 - 1884) m 1838
 _William Lorraine CONEY II_|
| (1865 - ....)             |
|                           |                                  _Seth Woods PURL II__+
|                           |                                 | (1811 - 1850) m 1837
|                           |_Julia Muse PURL ________________|
|                             (1847 - 1890) m 1864            |
|                                                             |_Mary M. C. MONROE __+
|                                                               (1819 - 1890) m 1837
|
|--William Lorraine CONEY III
|  (1890 - ....)
|                                                              _____________________
|                                                             |                     
|                            _________________________________|
|                           |                                 |
|                           |                                 |_____________________
|                           |                                                       
|_Louise VON MOCK __________|
  (1870 - ....)             |
                            |                                  _____________________
                            |                                 |                     
                            |_________________________________|
                                                              |
                                                              |_____________________
                                                                                    

Sources

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[S685]

[S1166]


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Sarah or Elizabeth ERWIN

18 Jan 1768 - ____

ID Number: I73990

  • RESIDENCE: Natchez and Jefferson Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 18 Jan 1768, Natchez, Mississippi
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2804] [S3032]

Family 1 : George FOREMAN
  1. +William FOREMAN
  2.  John FOREMAN
  3.  James FOREMAN

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[S2804]

[S3032]


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Margaret Susan GARBER

ABT 1830 - ____

ID Number: I86594

  • RESIDENCE: Staunton and Waynesboro, Augusta Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1830, Staunton, Augusta Co. Virginia
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3144] [S3216]

Family 1 : William Henry HARMAN C.S.A.
  1.  Edward Valentine HARMAN

Notes


Marriage Record in Swede's Church in Philadelphia Page: page 93

Sources

[S3144]

[S3216]


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Henry O'Neill (O.N.) LOVE

1802 - BEF 1902

ID Number: I36245

  • RESIDENCE: Spartanburg, SC and Pickens Co. AL and Pontotoc MS and TX
  • BIRTH: 1802, Spartanburg, SC
  • DEATH: BEF 1902, prob. Texas
  • RESOURCES: See: IGI: Likely Husband of our MARY C HARRISON [S2963]
Father: Robert LOVE "the Immigrant"
Mother: Nancy O'NEILL


Family 1 : Martha CALVIN
Family 2 : Mary C. HARRISON
  1.  Robert LOVE

Notes


LDS: Son of Robert Love (1775-1875) and Nancy O'Neill (1784-1850)
Other Spouses Martha Calvin
Children... 1. M Child: Robert Love Birth: 1858


1810, 1820 Censuses, Spartanburg District, SC;
1830, 1840, Census 1850 Pickens Co, AL


Another record may be more specific. "Several years ago I had copied a deed in the Limestone Co., courthouse regarding Zachariah Lindsay buying land belonging to Henry O. N. Love. I have felt like this was the husband of Mary C., but could find no other proof. This deed is dated 1861. Evidently Henry owed money to Jonathan McDonald and could not pay so the sheriff ordered his land and "everything" sold to the highest bidder. Zachariah Lindsay paid $400.00. The land was located in Section 20 and 21, which is divided by the railroad track and located just west of where WalMart was built. If you remember the railroad overpass on highway 72, just south of Athens there was a house off to south of 72 and we knew the Harrison's lived there at one time and the original house burned. I believe that is where section 20 and 21 are located." betty taylor


"Your Henry O'Neill left Potomoc MS and came to TX also. You are in luck, for I have a friend who is also a descendant of Henry O.N. Love/Mary Harrison/Nancy Love. The many Henry O.N's makes the family confusing especially the TX lines. John O.N. (s. of old Robert 1775 of Ireland) had a son Henry O.N. and a son Robert B. and this family went to TX after the Civil War also, around Austin and that family history is available. I have talked to his descendant Eleanor Parmer, of Old John O'Neill and conferred with her for about 15 years. I have copies of her work."


[S2963]

[522907]
IGI

[523634]
LDS


                                                        __
                                                       |  
                               _(RESEARCH QUERY) LOVE _|
                              |                        |
                              |                        |__
                              |                           
 _Robert LOVE "the Immigrant"_|
| (1775 - 1875)               |
|                             |                         __
|                             |                        |  
|                             |________________________|
|                                                      |
|                                                      |__
|                                                         
|
|--Henry O'Neill (O.N.) LOVE 
|  (1802 - 1902)
|                                                       __
|                                                      |  
|                              ________________________|
|                             |                        |
|                             |                        |__
|                             |                           
|_Nancy O'NEILL ______________|
  (1784 - 1850)               |
                              |                         __
                              |                        |  
                              |________________________|
                                                       |
                                                       |__
                                                          

Sources

[S2963]

[S2963]


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Durwin Michael MCMANUS


!LIVING

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RICHARD MONTFICHET

ABT 1160 - 1204

ID Number: I59020

  • RESIDENCE: ENG
  • BIRTH: ABT 1160
  • DEATH: 1204
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2174]
Father: GILBERT de MONTFICHET
Mother: AVELINE de LUCY



                                                         ___________________________________________
                                                        |                                           
                          _WILLIAM de MONTFICHET _______|
                         | (1100 - 1156)                |
                         |                              |___________________________________________
                         |                                                                          
 _GILBERT de MONTFICHET _|
| (1130 - 1186)          |
|                        |                               _GILBERT FitzRichard de CLARE Earl of Kent_+
|                        |                              | (1054 - 1117)                             
|                        |_MARGARET de CLARE ___________|
|                          (1100 - ....)                |
|                                                       |_ADELIZA de CLERMONT ______________________+
|                                                         (1065 - 1117)                             
|
|--RICHARD MONTFICHET 
|  (1160 - 1204)
|                                                        _ADRIAN de LUCY ___________________________
|                                                       | (1064 - ....)                             
|                         _RICHARD de LUCY Knt. of Diss_|
|                        | (1098 - 1179) m 1112         |
|                        |                              |___________________________________________
|                        |                                                                          
|_AVELINE de LUCY _______|
  (1129 - ....)          |
                         |                               ___________________________________________
                         |                              |                                           
                         |_ROESIA (Rohese) (Rohaise)____|
                           (1098 - ....) m 1112         |
                                                        |___________________________________________
                                                                                                    

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WILLIAM III Clito de NORMANDY

1101 - 1128

ID Number: I61449

  • RESIDENCE: Normandy
  • BIRTH: 1101
  • DEATH: 1128
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1994] [S3276]
Father: ROBERT 'Curthose' de NORMANDY of England
Mother: SYBIL van CONVERSANO


Family 1 : JEANNE or Adelicia de MONTFERRAT
  1.  MAUD de NORMANDY

Notes


(i) William Clito, Count of Flanders (b 1101, d 1028)
m1. Adelicia de Montferrat
m2. (1123, div 1124) Sybille d'Anjou (b 1112, d 1165)

[S3276]


                                                                                               _ROBERT I "The Magnificent" de NORMANDY of Normandy_+
                                                                                              | (0999 - 1035)                                      
                                            _WILLIAM I "The Conqueror" de NORMANDY of England_|
                                           | (1027 - 1087) m 1054                             |
                                           |                                                  |_ARLOTTA HERLEVE de FALAISE of Falaise______________+
                                           |                                                    (1012 - 1050)                                      
 _ROBERT 'Curthose' de NORMANDY of England_|
| (1054 - 1134)                            |
|                                          |                                                   _BALDWIN V de LILLE of Flanders_____________________+
|                                          |                                                  | (1013 - 1067)                                      
|                                          |_MATILDA "MAUD" van VLAANDEREN of Flanders________|
|                                            (1032 - 1083) m 1054                             |
|                                                                                             |_AELIS de Capet FRANCE of France____________________+
|                                                                                               (1003 - 1079)                                      
|
|--WILLIAM III Clito de NORMANDY 
|  (1101 - 1128)
|                                                                                              ____________________________________________________
|                                                                                             |                                                    
|                                           __________________________________________________|
|                                          |                                                  |
|                                          |                                                  |____________________________________________________
|                                          |                                                                                                       
|_SYBIL van CONVERSANO ____________________|
  (1060 - ....)                            |
                                           |                                                   ____________________________________________________
                                           |                                                  |                                                    
                                           |__________________________________________________|
                                                                                              |
                                                                                              |____________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                   

Sources

[S1994]

[S3276]

[S3276]


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William Green RIDDLES

ABT 1847 - ABT Dec 1875

ID Number: I71620

  • RESIDENCE: Morgan Co. AL
  • BIRTH: ABT 1847, Alabama
  • DEATH: ABT Dec 1875
  • RESOURCES: See: [S315] [S2734]
Father: Elias Wright RIDDLES
Mother: Mary Caroline ALVIS


Family 1 : Nancy LAWRENCE

Notes


"Married 2nd spouse unknown. Oral history from his family says that the father of Nancy Lawrence killed William 11 months after their only son was born. No public records have been found to support this story." [S2734]

                                                         _____________________
                                                        |                     
                         _Thomas RIDDLES _______________|
                        | (1780 - ....)                 |
                        |                               |_____________________
                        |                                                     
 _Elias Wright RIDDLES _|
| (1808 - 1870) m 1829  |
|                       |                                _____________________
|                       |                               |                     
|                       |_______________________________|
|                                                       |
|                                                       |_____________________
|                                                                             
|
|--William Green RIDDLES 
|  (1847 - 1875)
|                                                        _David ALVIS II______+
|                                                       | (1748 - 1814) m 1768
|                        _David ALVIS III_______________|
|                       | (1781 - 1848) m 1807          |
|                       |                               |_Mary CAUTHON _______+
|                       |                                 (1750 - 1784) m 1768
|_Mary Caroline ALVIS __|
  (1809 - 1882) m 1829  |
                        |                                _____________________
                        |                               |                     
                        |_Elizabeth DEQUARE (DEQUOIRE) _|
                          (1784 - 1853) m 1807          |
                                                        |_____________________
                                                                              

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[S2734]

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Frances RUCKER

ABT 1790 - ____

ID Number: I32924

  • RESIDENCE: Elbert Co GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1790
  • RESOURCES: See: [S963] [S2247]
Father: William RUCKER Jr.
Mother: Elizabeth ALEXANDER


Family 1 : Standley JONES

[523559]
Marriages--Georgia to 1850.


                                              _Peter RUCKER Sr. "the Immigrant"_+
                                             | (1661 - 1743) m 1679             
                        _William RUCKER Sr.__|
                       | (.... - 1794) m 1721|
                       |                     |_Elizabeth FIELDING? _____________
                       |                       (1660 - 1752) m 1679             
 _William RUCKER Jr.___|
| (1744 - 1834)        |
|                      |                      __________________________________
|                      |                     |                                  
|                      |_Hanna HONOR ________|
|                        (1705 - ....) m 1721|
|                                            |__________________________________
|                                                                               
|
|--Frances RUCKER 
|  (1790 - ....)
|                                             __________________________________
|                                            |                                  
|                       _James ALEXANDER ____|
|                      | (1720 - ....)       |
|                      |                     |__________________________________
|                      |                                                        
|_Elizabeth ALEXANDER _|
  (1750 - 1830)        |
                       |                      __________________________________
                       |                     |                                  
                       |_____________________|
                                             |
                                             |__________________________________
                                                                                

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[S963]

[S2247]


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Catherine WHITING

ABT 1700 - ____

ID Number: I84224

  • RESIDENCE: of Gloucester Co. VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1700
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3129]
Father: Henry WHITING II
Mother: Anne BEVERLEY


Family 1 : Nicholas DAVIES
  1. +Henry Landon DAVIES of "Pebbleton"

Notes


Tenth Generation
11. Catherine Whiting married Nicholas Davies, born ca 1690, Wales?,

                                                         _James WHITING "the Immigrant"______________
                                                        | (1609 - 1658)                              
                       _Henry WHITING I_________________|
                      | (1650 - 1694) m 1670            |
                      |                                 |____________________________________________
                      |                                                                              
 _Henry WHITING II____|
| (1680 - ....) m 1700|
|                     |                                  ____________________________________________
|                     |                                 |                                            
|                     |_Apphia (Hughs) (Wyatt) BUSHROD _|
|                       (1650 - ....) m 1670            |
|                                                       |____________________________________________
|                                                                                                    
|
|--Catherine WHITING 
|  (1700 - ....)
|                                                        _Robert BEVERLEY Sr. "the Immigrant"________+
|                                                       | (1641 - 1686)                              
|                      _Peter BEVERLEY _________________|
|                     | (1667 - 1728) m 1687            |
|                     |                                 |_Mary Byrd or Mary CARTER? WHITBY? KEEBLE? _
|                     |                                   (1636 - 1678)                              
|_Anne BEVERLEY ______|
  (1687 - 1744) m 1700|
                      |                                  _ROBERT PEYTON of Isleham___________________+
                      |                                 | (1640 - 1686) m 1656                       
                      |_Elizabeth "Eliza" PEYTON _______|
                        (1670 - ....) m 1687            |
                                                        |_Mary KEEBLE? ______________________________
                                                          (1637 - 1678) m 1656                       

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