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Maud De Beaumont




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Wife Maud De Beaumont 1 2 3

           Born: Abt 1116 - Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France
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           Died: After 1189 2 3
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         Father: Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester (Abt 1046-1118) 1 4 5 6 7
         Mother: Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois (Abt 1081-1131) 1 7 8 9 10 11





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General Notes: Wife - Maud De Beaumont

He [William Lovel] married Maud, daughter of Robert, and sister of Waleran, COUNT OF MEULAN, and sister also of Robert, EARL OF LEICESTER. He was living in 1166, but dead in 1170. His widow was living in 1189. [Complete Peerage VIII:211-2, XIV:454, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
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Raoul II De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Maine and Godehilde (Godehelt) De Belleme




Husband Raoul II De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Maine 1 12 13

            AKA: Raoul II De Beaumont Vicomte Du Maine, Raoul III De St. Suzanne Vicomte Du Maine 12
           Born: 965 - Le Mans, Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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           Died: After 1013 - Ste-Suzanne, Mayenne, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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         Father: Raoul I De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Mans (Abt 0935-      ) 1
         Mother: Godehilde (Abt 0947-      ) 1


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Wife Godehilde (Godehelt) De Belleme 1 14

           Born: Abt 968 - Belleme, Sarthe, Maine/Pays DE Le Loire, France
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         Father: Yves Seigneur De Creil & Belleme (Abt 0940-0997) 1 15 16
         Mother: Godchilde De Ponthieu (Abt 0944-      ) 1 17 18





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1 F Emmeline De St. Suzanne, Dame De Basoges 1 19

           Born: Abt 985 - Bazoges, Vendee, Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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           Died: Deceased - Ste. Christine, Vendee, Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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2 F Hildeburge De Beaumont 1 20

            AKA: Hildeburge De Beaumont-Maine
           Born: Abt 990 - Le Mans, Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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         Spouse: William II Talvas Seigneur D' Alencon, Belleme (Abt 0988-1070) 1 20 21 22
           Marr: 1st Wife 20



3 M Raoul III De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Maine 1 13 23

           Born: Abt 993 - Ste-Suzanne, Mayenne, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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           Died: Bef 1040 - Beaumont-Sur-Sarthe(Le-Vicomte), Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France 23
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4 M Hubert I Vicomte Du Mans 1

           Born: Abt 997 - Le Mans, Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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Robert Buzancais De Beaumont, Seigneur De Tour




Husband Robert Buzancais De Beaumont, Seigneur De Tour 1

            AKA: Robert De Buzancais Seigneur De Tour
           Born: Abt 905 - Buzancais, Indre, Tourainne/Centre, France
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           Died: Deceased - Tours, Indre-Et-Loire, Touraine/Centre, France
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1 M Robert II Seigneur De Buzancais, & La Tours 1

           Born: Abt 933 - Buzancais, Indre, Tourainne/Centre, France
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           Died: Deceased - Tours, Indre-Et-Loire, Touraine/Centre, France
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2 M Raoul I De Beaumont, Vicomte Du Mans 1

            AKA: Raoul I De Beaumont-Maine Vicomte Du Mans
           Born: Abt 935 - Le Mans, Sarthe, Maine/Pays-DE-La-Loire, France
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         Spouse: Godehilde (Abt 0947-      ) 1




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Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester and Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois




Husband Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester 1 4 5 6 7

            AKA: 1st Earl Of Leicester Robert De Beaumont
           Born: Abt 1046 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France 7
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           Died: 5 Jun 1118 - Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France 5 7
         Buried:  - Abbey Of Preaux, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France


         Father: Roger De Beaumont, Seigneur De Pont-Audemer (Abt 1022-Abt 1094) 1 5 24 25 26 27 28
         Mother: Adeline De Meulan (Abt 1022-1081) 1 5 24 27 28


       Marriage: 1096 - 1st Husband 5 7

Noted events in his life were:
• Alt. Birth 5, Abt 1049




Wife Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois 1 7 8 9 10 11

           Born: Abt 1081 - Valois Now Oise, Picardy, France
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           Died: 13 Feb 1131 - Priory Of Lewes, Sussex, England 5
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         Father: Hugh De Crepi Magnus, Duke of France & Burgundy (1057-1101) 1 11 29 30 31
         Mother: Adelaide de Vermandois (Abt 1057-1120) 1 11 29 32 33



   Other Spouse: William De Warenne, 2nd Earl Of Surrey (Abt 1071-1138) 1 8 34 35 36 - Abt 1118 - 2ND Husband 36 37

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• Alt. Death 11, Bef Jul 1147 - Priory Of Lewes, Sussex, England



Children
1 F Adeline De Beaumont 1 6 38

           Born: Abt 1097 - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
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2 F Mathilde de Beaumont 1 38 39

           Born: Abt 1098 - Leicester, Leicestershire, England
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           Died: 6 Jan 1148 - Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales
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         Spouse: Henry I "Beauclerc" England, King of England (1068-1135) 1 40 41 42 43
         Spouse: Gilbert de Clare, 1st Earl Of Pembroke (1100-1148) 1 39 44
           Marr: Bef 1130 - Tunbridge, Kent, England



3 F Eleanor De Beaumont 1

           Born: 1100 - Leicester Castle, Leicestershire, England
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4 M Robert II De Beaumont, 2nd Earl Of Leicester 1 45 46 47

            AKA: 2nd Earl Of Leicester Robert De Beaumont
           Born: 1104 - Pont Audemer, Eure, Normandy, France 46 47
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           Died: 5 Apr 1168 - Leicester Castle, Leicestershire, England 46 47
         Buried:  - St Mary DE Pre Priory, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England



5 M Waleran De Beaumont, Ct Meulan, Earl Worcester 1 48 49 50

            AKA: 1st Earl Of Worcester Waleran De Beaumont
           Born: 1104 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France 48 50
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           Died: 10 Apr 1166 - Preaux, Eure, Normandy, France 48 50
         Buried:  - Preaux Abbey, Eure, Normandy, France



6 F Alice De Beaumont 1

           Born: 1105 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France
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           Died: 11 Jul 1191 - Rheims, France
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7 M Hugh "The Pauper" De Beaumont, Earl Of Bedford 1 38 51 52

            AKA: 01st Earl Of Bedford Hugh De Beaumont
           Born: Abt 1110 - Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France
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           Died: After 1142 - Bedford, Bedfordshire, England (Dsp) 52
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8 F Maud De Beaumont 1 2 3

           Born: Abt 1116 - Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France
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           Died: After 1189 2 3
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General Notes: Husband - Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester

Robert de Beaumont; allegedly 1st Earl of Leicester of the c1102 creation. [Burke's Peerage]

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On Leicester, Earldom of [Burke's Peerage, p. 1671]:

Robert de Beaumont, a companion in arms of William I (The Conqueror) at Hastings was granted after the Conquest much land in the Midlands of England, but most of it was in Warwickshire rather than Leicestershire. Indeed his younger brother became Earl of Warwick. Robert also held territory in Normandy and is usually referred to as Count of Meulan. He was a leading political figure in the reigns of William II and Henry I and on the death of one Ives de Grandmesnil in the First Crusade, the funds for campaigning in which Ives had raised from Robert on the security of his estates, [Robert] came into full possession of them, including a sizeable part of Leicester. The rest of the town was granted him by Henry I and it is possible that he became Earl of Leicester.

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EARLDOM OF LEICESTER (I) 1107 ?

ROBERT DE BEAUMONT, SEIGNEUR OF BEAUMONT, PONT-AUDEMER, BRIONNE AND VATTEVILLE in Normandy, and from 1081 COUNT OF MEULAN in the French Vexin, son and heir, born circa 1046. When very young he accompanied Duke William to England and distinguished himself at the battle of Hastings, and received large grants of lands in co. Warwick, with smaller holdings in cos. Leicester, Northants, and Wilts. On 14 July 080, as Robert de Bellomonte, he witnessed the foundation charter of Lessay, and next year he inherited from his mother's family the comté of Meulan. Thereafter he is continuously styled Count (Comes) of Meulan. After the death of the Conqueror he adhered to William Rufus, and was high in favour at his court. He quarrelled with Robert of Normandy about the castellanship of Brionne, in consequence of the exchange of Brionne for Ivry made by his father. He was imprisoned, but was released at the intercession of his father Roger, who eventually succeeded in obtaining Brionne in fee. He succeeded to the greater part of his father's lands in Normandy, including Beaumont, Pont-Audemer, Vatteville and Brionne. This paternal inheritance, added to his French comté and his great possessions in cos. Warwick and Leicester, made him one of the most powerful vassals of the Crown. He became one of the chief lay ministers of William Rufus, with whom he sided against Robert Courtheuse in 1098, and when William invaded the French Vexin in 1097 he received his troops in his fortresses of the comté of Meulan. After the death of William Rufus he became one of the chief advisers of Henry I. On the death of Ives de Grandmesnil on Crusade, Robert retained his estates, which Ives had mortgaged to him circa 1102. Thereby he acquired one-quarter of the town of Leicester, the whole of which was later granted to him by the King. Robert thus added largely to his already vast possessions. In 1104 he was one of the Norman barons who adhered to Henry on his arrival in Normandy. He was present in the King's army at Tenchebrai, 28 September 1106. In 1110 he was besieged at Meulan by Louis VI, who took the castle by storm, but in the following year he retaliated by a raid on Paris, which he plundered. After obtaining the whole town of Leicester he is said to have become EARL OF LEICESTER, but, being already Count of Meulan, was never so styled. There is no contemporary record that he had the third penny of the pleas of the county, but he doubtless acquired, with the Grandmesnil fief, the third penny of the issues of the Mint at Leicester.

He married, in 1096, Isabel, called also Elizabeth, daughter of Hugh DE CREPl, called Hug "le Grand," COUNT OF VERMANDOIS. He died 5 June 1118, and was buried with his ancestors in the chapter house of Préaux (c). His widow married, very shortly after his death, William (DE WARINNE), EARL OF SURREY. [Complete Peerage VII:523-6, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

(c) Robert had three sons and five daughters. The sons were Waleran and Robert, twins born in 1104, and Hugh. Waleran, the eldest, succeeded to the Norman and French fiefs, and the English lands held by his grandfather, Roger de Beaumont in 1086. Robert succeeded his father as Earl of Leicester and Hugh is said to have been created Earl of Bedford. The names of only four of the daughter appear to be known--Adeline, Aubreye, Maud and Isabel or Elizabeth. Adeline m. Hugh IV Seigneur of Montfort-sur-Risle. Aubreye m. Hugh II Seigneur of Chateauneuf-en-Thimerais. Maud m. William Louvel, Seigneur of Ivri and Breval. Isabel, also called Elizabeth, was mistress of Henry I, and m. Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Pembroke.


General Notes: Wife - Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois

Isabel (or Elizabeth), widow of Robert (DE BEAUMONT), COUNT OF MEULAN and 1st EARL OF LEICESTER (died 5 June 1118), daughter of Hugh DE CRÉPI (styled "the Great"), COUNT OF VERMANDOIS (younger son of HENRY I, KING OF FRANCE), by Adelaide, daughter and heir of Herbert, COUNT OF VERMANDOIS and VALOIS. Isabel survived him and with the consent of her son the 3rd Earl gave the church of Dorking to Lewes priory. She died probably before July 1147. [Complete Peerage XII/1:495-6, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

Note: According to Ancestral Roots, Isabel preceeded William in death in 13 Feb 1130/31--not July 1147.
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Robert II De Beaumont, 2nd Earl Of Leicester




Husband Robert II De Beaumont, 2nd Earl Of Leicester 1 45 46 47

            AKA: 2nd Earl Of Leicester Robert De Beaumont
           Born: 1104 - Pont Audemer, Eure, Normandy, France 46 47
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           Died: 5 Apr 1168 - Leicester Castle, Leicestershire, England 46 47
         Buried:  - St Mary DE Pre Priory, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England


         Father: Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester (Abt 1046-1118) 1 4 5 6 7
         Mother: Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois (Abt 1081-1131) 1 7 8 9 10 11


       Marriage: After Nov 1120 46 47




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General Notes: Husband - Robert II De Beaumont, 2nd Earl Of Leicester

On Leicester, Earldom of [Burke's Peerage, p. 1671]:

Robert de Beaumont, a companion in arms of William I (The Conqueror) at Hastings was granted after the Conquest much land in the Midlands of England, but most of it was in Warwickshire rather than Leicestershire. Indeed his younger brother became Earl of Warwick. Robert also held territory in Normandy and is usually referred to as Count of Meulan. He was a leading political figure in the reigns of William II and Henry I and on the death of one Ives de Grandmesnil in the First Crusade, the funds for campaigning in which Ives had raised from Robert on the security of his estates, [Robert] came into full possession of them, including a sizeable part of Leicester. The rest of the town was granted him by Henry I and it is possible that he became Earl of Leicester. His son, another Robert, certainly called himself Earl of Leicester.

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EARLDOM OF LEICESTER (II) 1118

ROBERT (a), EARL OF LEICESTER, younger son, being twin with Waleran, who succeeded his father as Count of Meulan, was born 1104, and was commonly called Le Bossu or Le Goczen. He
styles himself Earl of Leicester in the confirmation of his charter on behalf of Bec and St. Nicaise-de-Meulan in 1119. He and his brother Waleran were brought up at the court of Henry I with great care on account of the King's gratitude to their father. They accompanied Henry when he interviewed Pope Calixtus at Gisors, November 1119 where they astonished the Cardinals by their learning. On 8 September 1131 Robert was one of the five Earls who witnessed Henry's charter to Salisbury at the Northampton Council, and both the brothers were present at the deathbed of Henry L In the anarchy which followed Stephen's accession he engaged in private warfare with his hereditary enemy, Roger de Tosny, whom he captured with the assistance of his brother Waleran. In 1137 the twins returned to England with Stephen. Meanwhile, during Robert's absence in England, his possessions in Normandy were overrun until he came to terms with Roger de Tosny. In June 1139 the two brothers took a leading part in the seizing of the Bishops o! Salisbury and Lincoln at Oxford. At about this time he received from Stephen a grant to him as Earl of Leicester and to his heirs of the town and castle of Hereford "et totum comitatum de Herefordisc.," excepting the lands of the Bishop, those of the Abbot of Reading and of other churches and abbeys holding in chief of the King, and excepting also the fees of Hugh de Mortemer, Osbert son of Hugh, and others, "cum aliis omnibus rebus et libertatibus quae ad omnia prefata pertinent cum quibus Gul. filius Osbern unquam melius vel liberius tenuit." This grant was made at Newton (probably near Leominster) at a time when Miles of Gloucester had already taken possession of the county for the Empress, and therefore cannot have been effectual to bestow either the lands or the Earldom of Hereford, if such was Stephen's intention. After the defeat of Stephen, 2 Feb. 1141, Robert appears to have made a truce with the Angevin party in Normandy until he should return from England, and devoted himself to his foundation of St. Mary de Pré at Leicester, which was accomplished in 1143. According to the narrative of St. Mary's, he became a canon regular there circa 1153, and so remained until his death, but the story conflicts with his known public career. In that year Henry, son of the Empress, anticipating his succession to the throne (which was agreed by the Treaty of Waningford in November 1153), gave Robert and his son Robert charters, dated at Bristol, "restoring" to them the lands then held by the elder, Robert, and granting them the Stewardship of England and of Normandy, whereby he doubtless secured their support of his claims to the crown. Robert was at the siege of Torigny in October 1154 with Henry II just before his accession, attended his Coronation in December 1154, and rapidly rose in the new King's favour. He received a confirmation charter of the grant made at Bristol and thus became Steward of England and of Nor:mandy. He was made Justiciar in the following year, and he acted as Viccroy part of the time with Richard de Luci during the King's absence from England from December 1158, after Eleanor left the country until his rcturn 25 January 1162/3. He was present at the Council of Clarendon, 13-28 January 1163/4, and was the first to attest the "Constitutions," to which he procured the assent of Thomas à Becket. He took part with the Crown in its struggle with Becket, but sought to reconcile the King and the Archbishop at the Council of Northampton in October 1164. As Justiciar he pronounced sentence on the Archbishop, who cut short his address by denying the jurisdiction of the court. In 1165 he again acted as Viceroy on the King's departure. In the spring of 1166 he went to Normandy with the King, but was in England again in October, and retained the Justiciarship until his death two years later.

He married, after November 1120, Amice, daughter of Ralph, SEIGNEUR OF GAEL AND MONTFORT in Brittany, who was son of Ralph, EARL OF NORFOLK, by Emma, daughter of William FITZOSBERN, 1st Earl of Hereford. By this marriage he acquired a large part of the FitzOsbern inheritance in Normandy and England. He died 5 April 1168, and was probably buried in St. Mary de Pré. Amice survived him, and is said to have entered the convent of Nuneaton. [Complete Peerage VII:527-30, XIV:429, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]

[a] It has become the established usage to apply the name of Beaumont to the Earls of Leicester of the first line. Though doubtless a convenient form of nomenclature, it lacks contemporary authority. Roger, Seigneur of Beaumont-le-Roger, the contemporary of the Conqueror, is called Roger de Beaumont with good reason. Orderic speaks of his younger brother Robert as Robert de Beaumont, but in doing so is clearly transferring to him the style borne later by Roger, for Robert always appears in charters as Robertus flius Humphredi. Robert, son of Roger, was also styled de Beaumont until he became Count of Meulan, but his son Robert, 2nd Earl of Leicester, is never so styled. In the next generation the question does not arise, for there were no younger sons. In the last generation of these Earls, William, the eldest brother (who d. vp), is in charters always William de Bréteuil, and Robert, before he succeeded as Earl, figures as Robert de Bréteuil in two charters, and is also so styled in the Chron. de Mailros. There was no reason why this branch of the family should take its style from a place in which it had no interest. Hugh (said to have become Earl of Bedford), younger brother of Robert and Waleran, witnesses a charter circa 1123-38 as Hugone de Mellent. With respect to the elder branch, those who were not themselves Counts were called de Mellento, and this though the caput of their Norman honour was Beaumont, and this endured as the name of two branches of the family after the loss of the comti of Meulan.
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Roger De Beaumont, Seigneur De Pont-Audemer and Adeline De Meulan




Husband Roger De Beaumont, Seigneur De Pont-Audemer 1 5 24 25 26 27 28

           Born: Abt 1022 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France 26
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           Died: Abt 1094 - Abbey Of Preaux, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France 24
         Buried:  - Abbey Of Preaux, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France


         Father: Humphrey De Pontaudemer, Seigneur De Vieilles (Abt 0980-1044) 1 25 53 54
         Mother: Aubreye De La Haye, Heir Of Forest Of Brotonne (Abt 0984-1045) 1 25 54


       Marriage: 1040 - Ile DE France, France

Noted events in his life were:
• Occupation, Monk at the Abbey of Preaux




Wife Adeline De Meulan 1 5 24 27 28

            AKA: Adeline De Meullant
           Born: Abt 1022 - Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France
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           Died: 1081 - Sturminster Marshal, Dorset, England
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         Father: Waleran III Count Of Meulan (Abt 0990-1069) 1 5 24 25 27 55
         Mother: Ode (Oda) De Conteville (Abt 0990-After 1022) 1 25 27





Children
1 M Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester 1 4 5 6 7

            AKA: 1st Earl Of Leicester Robert De Beaumont
           Born: Abt 1046 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France 7
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           Died: 5 Jun 1118 - Meulan, Yvelines, Ile-DE-France, France 5 7
         Buried:  - Abbey Of Preaux, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France
         Spouse: Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois (Abt 1081-1131) 1 7 8 9 10 11
           Marr: 1096 - 1st Husband 5 7



2 M Henry de Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Warwick 1 56 57 58

            AKA: Henry De Newburgh 1st Earl Of Warwick, 01st Earl Of Warwick Henry De Beaumont
           Born: Abt 1048 - Neubourg, Eure, Normandy, France 58 59 60
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           Died: 20 Jun 1119 - Warwick Castle, Warwick, Warwickshire, England 8 57 58
         Buried:  - Abbey Of Preaux, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France



3 F Maud De Beaumont 1

           Born: Abt 1060 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France
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General Notes: Husband - Roger De Beaumont, Seigneur De Pont-Audemer

Roger de Beaumont; Seigneur (feudal Lord) of Beaumont, Pontaudemer, Brionne and Vatteville, Normandy; married Adeline, sister of Hugh Count of Meulan and daughter by his 1st wife of Waleran Count of Meulan. [Burke's Peerage]

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The well-known Roger de Beaumont held Sturminster Marshal, Dorset, in 1086; it descended to the counts of Meulan through Roger's eldest son, Robert count of Meulan. That Roger took his name from Beaumont is a part of the general history of Normandy. It follows that Roger's descendants, the counts of Meulan, the Earls of Leicester, and the Earls of Warwick, all derive from Beaumont-le-Roger. [The Origins of Some Anglo-Norman Families]

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ROGER DE BEAUMONT (de Bello Monte), SEIGNEUR of BEAUMONT AND PONT-AUDEMER, was eldest son of Humphrey. He appears to have remained faithful to the young Duke William during the disturbances of the earlier part of his reign, in the course of which he defeated and slew Roger de Tosny. He is said to have furnished 60 ships for the invasion of England. He did not accompany the expedition, but remained in Normandy as the principal adviser of the Duchess Maud, to whom the government of the duchy was entrusted. In 1071 the King committed Morcar as a prisoner to his custody. Up to the year 1082 he constantly appears as a witness to the charters of William the Conqueror. At the -time of the Domesday Survey, 1086, he held land in Dorset and co. Gloucester. About 1088 he founded the collegiate church of the Holy Trinity at Beaumont-le-Roger for canons of St. Frideswide of Oxford. He was a benefactor of St. Pierre-de-Préaux and of St. Wandrille.

He married Adeline, sister of Hugh and daughter of Waleran, COUNTS OF MEULAN. Shortly after 1090 Roger became a monk at the Abbey of Préaux. He died some years later, and was buried there with his father. [Complete Peerage VII:522-3, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]


General Notes: Wife - Adeline De Meulan

He [Roger de Beaumont] married Adeline, sister of Hugh and daughter of Waleran, COUNTS OF MEULAN. Shortly after 1090 Roger became a monk at the Abbey of Préaux. He died some years later, and was buried there with his father. [Complete Peerage VII:522-3, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
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Waleran De Beaumont, Ct Meulan, Earl Worcester




Husband Waleran De Beaumont, Ct Meulan, Earl Worcester 1 48 49 50

            AKA: 1st Earl Of Worcester Waleran De Beaumont
           Born: 1104 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France 48 50
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           Died: 10 Apr 1166 - Preaux, Eure, Normandy, France 48 50
         Buried:  - Preaux Abbey, Eure, Normandy, France


         Father: Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester (Abt 1046-1118) 1 4 5 6 7
         Mother: Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois (Abt 1081-1131) 1 7 8 9 10 11


       Marriage: Apr 1136 - 1st Wife 50




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General Notes: Husband - Waleran De Beaumont, Ct Meulan, Earl Worcester

Waleran de Beaumont, Count de Meulan, Earl of Worcester. [Ancestral Roots]

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EARLDOM OF WORCESTER (I) 1138 to 1154? or 1161?

WALERAN, 1st son and heir of ROBERT (DE BEAUMONT), COUNT OF MEULAN and 1st EARL OF LEICESTER, by Isabel (or Elizabeth), daughter of Hugh DE CREPI, styled "LEGRAND" (younger son of HENRY I, KING OFFRANCE), was born in 1104, with his twin brother Robert, afterwards 2nd Earl of Leicester. When the twins were only 3 or 4 years old, their father obtained the King's confirmation of his plan to divide his vast estates in England and Normandy between them after his death. He died 5 June 1118 and the two boys were brought up at Court by Henry I out of gratitude to their father. Waleran inherited the comti of Meulan in the French Vexin, with the castle and town of Meulan on the Seine. In accordance with the settlement, he received the Norman baronies, with the castles of Pontaudemer, Brionne and Beaumont aligned along the valley of the Risle, and the castle of Vatteville on the Seine, as well as the lands in the counties of Dorset and Gloucester which had been held by his grandfather, Roger de Beaumont. He remained faithful to Henry I in the rebellion which broke out in September 1118. In 1119, at the King's palace in Rouen, Waleran attested, as Count of Meulan, a charter issued by his brother, as Earl of Leicester, in favour of St. Nicaise de Meulan. In November 1119 they were with the King when he met Pope Calixtus at Gisors; but in 1123 Waleran was drawn into a conspiracy on behalf of William Clito, the son of Robert Curthose. The King took up arms in October, and captured the castles of Montfort and Pontaudemer before going into winter quarters. In March following Henry besieged the castle of Vatteville. Waleran succeeded in getting supplies through to the defenders, but on his way back to Beaumont he was intercepted by a royal force at Bourgtéroude on 26 March 1124. He charged at the head of 40 men-at-arms, but his horse was riddled with arrows and he was captured. He was imprisoned successively at Rouen, Bridgnorth and Wallingford till 1129, when the King set him free and gave him back all his lands and castles, except the castle of Pontaudemer. During the remainder of the reign Waleran was usually with the King in England or in Normandy, although in May 1131 he was in his own town of Meulan. He was with Henry when the King died, 1 December 1135, at the castle of Lions. Stephen hastened to secure his support. He gave Waleran the castle of Montfort-sur-Risle and betrothed his little two-year old daughter to the Count, to whom he also gave the City of Worcester. Waleran was at Westminster with the King at Easter 1136, after which he returned to Normandy and joined his brother Robert in fighting their hereditary enemy, Roger de Toeny, whom he eventually captured on 3 October near Vaudreuil. After a visit to England he returned to Normandy with Stephen in March 1137, but went back to England with the King before Christmas. Early in 1138 he drove the King of Scots from the siege of Wark Castle. In May he returned to Normandy, where he again fought against Roger de Toeny, who had been released by Stephen; and the Angevins having invaded Normandy in June, he marched against them in July and they retreated without fighting. It was probably in the latter part of 1138 that he was created EARL OF WORCESTER, perhaps as a reward for his exertions in Normandy. He was again in the Duchy before the end of the year, but returned to England before the summer and became the leader of the party opposed to the Chief Justiciar, the great Bishop Roger of Salisbury; and in June 1139 Waleran and his brother Robert took a leading part in the arrest of Roger and his kinsmen. In the autumn, when the Empress Maud landed in England, he accompanied Stephen to Arundel; and when the King allowed his rival to join the Earl of Gloucester at Bristol, he chose Waleran, with his own brother the Legate, to escort her. In November 1139, Waleran's city of Worcester having been burnt by Gloucester's troops, the Count marched to Worcester, which he reached on 30 November; and hearing that John, son of Harold of Sudeley, had gone over to the Empress, he made a raid on Sudeley. At the battle of Lincoln, 2 February 1140/1, he was one of the Commanders of the royal army who fled when the front was broken by the opening charge, leaving the King to be captured. However, he was one of the 3 Earls who remained faithful to Stephen during his captivity, and he joined the Queen when she recovered London in June; but before the end of 1141 he abandoned Stephen and came to terms with Geoffrey Plantagenet. He seems to have returned to England in the winter of 1141/42, but soon went back to Normandy and remained there. Early in 1144 he went to the aid of Geoffrey, who had taken the city of Rouen but had failed to take the tower. He acted as one of Geoffrey's Justiciars and attested his charters at Rouen. It was probably in the same year that he went on Pilgrimage to St. James of Compostela. In 1146 he took the cross on Palm Sunday with the King of France, his half-brother the Earl of Surrey and many others. The Crusaders set forth in June 1147 and Waleran seems to have accompinied the King of France. There is no record of his deeds in the Crusade, but on his way home in 1149 his ship was caught in a storm and wrecked off the south coast of France. However, the Count and his companions gained the shore by clinging to a couple of planks and some pieces of wreckage. Early in 1150 Geoffrey Plantagenet resigned the Duchy of Normandy to his son Henry; and Waleran acted as one of the young Duke's Justiciars. In 1150, 1151 and/or 1152 Stephen made futile attempts to take Worcester Castle. In 1152 Waleran's maternal uncle the Count of Vermandois died, leaving a son and daughter, who became his wards. In 1153 he was at Meulan; but in that year he was seized at a conference by his nephew, Robert de Montfort, who imprisoned him at Orbec; and he was compelled to surrender the castle of Montfort-sur-Risle to regain his freedom. Next year he besieged Montfort, but was put to flight by Robert. No evidence has been found that he returned to England after the accession of Henry II; or that he enjoyed the Earldom of Worcester under that monarch; and it seems likely that the King either refused to recognize the existence of that Earldom, a creation of King Stephen, or simply expropriated it. However, Waleran evidently remained on good terms with Henry, for he attested royal charters in Normandy. In 1160 he was one of the witnesses to the Treaty between Henry II and Louis VII concerning the marriage of their children; and when Henry's action in having the marriage celebrated prematurely led to a breach with the King of France, Waleran is said to have sided with Louis. In 1161 Henry seized the castles of the Count of Meulan and his other barons in Normandy, and if he had not already seized the Earldom of Worcester, he probably took this opportunity to do, so; for on 21 July 1162 Waleran granted a charter in favour of the Holy Trinity of Beaumont, and the legend on the counterseal is "Sigillum Galeranni Comitis Bellomontis," instead of "Wigornensis." Probably the breach between Henry and Waleran was only temporary. In 1166, when his end was approaching, he became a monk at Préaux. He founded the abbey of Bordesley in 1140 or 1141, and was a benefactor to the cathedral church of Worcester, the abbey of St. Peter at Gloucester and the priory of Leominster. In Normandy he founded the abbey of le Valasse about 1150, in fulfilment of a vow which he made on the occasion of his shipwreck; in 1135 the hospital of St. Giles at Pontaudemer; and in 1154 or 1155 a chapel in honour of the Virgin Mary before the gate of his castle at Vatteville. He was a benefactor to the abbeys of Jumiéges, le Bec, Préaux and Lire, to the priories of Corneville and Ecajeul, and to the collegiate church of Beaumont; and confirmed grants to the abbey of St. Wandrille. In France about 1144 he founded the chapel of St. James at Meulan, and he was a benefactor to the abbey of Gournay-sur-Marne and the priory of St. Nicaise of Meulan; in Chartres to the abbey of St. Pére and the priory of St. Pierre de Jouziers; and in Perche to the abbey of Tiron.

He married, 1stly, at Easter 1136, Maud, daughter of STEPHEN, KING OF ENGLAND, by Maud, suo jure COUNTESS OF BOULOGNE, elder daughter and coheir of EUSTACE, COUNT OF BOULOGNE. She, who was then only 2 years of age, died s.p. in childhood, probably in or before 1141, and was buried in the priory of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, on the south side of the altar. He married, 2ndly, probably in 1141, Agnes, daughter of AMAURI, COUNT OF EVREUX, by his 2nd wife, Agnes, niece of Stephen DE GARLANDE. As her marriage-portion she was given by her brother, Count Simon, the barony of Cournay-sur-Marne, in France, and the Haie de Lintot, near Lillebonne, in Normandy. She joined her husband in founding the abbey of le Valasse and in gifts to the abbey of Gournay. Waleran died 9 or 10 April 1166 at Préaux and was buried there. His widow died 15 December 1181. [Complete Peerage XII/2:829-37, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
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Waleran De Beaumont, Ct Meulan, Earl Worcester




Husband Waleran De Beaumont, Ct Meulan, Earl Worcester 1 48 49 50

            AKA: 1st Earl Of Worcester Waleran De Beaumont
           Born: 1104 - Beaumont-Le-Roger, Eure, Normandy, France 48 50
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           Died: 10 Apr 1166 - Preaux, Eure, Normandy, France 48 50
         Buried:  - Preaux Abbey, Eure, Normandy, France


         Father: Robert I De Beaumont, 1st Earl Of Leicester (Abt 1046-1118) 1 4 5 6 7
         Mother: Isabel (Elizabeth) De Vermandois (Abt 1081-1131) 1 7 8 9 10 11


       Marriage: Abt 1141 - 2ND Wife 48 50




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Waleran de Beaumont, Count de Meulan, Earl of Worcester. [Ancestral Roots]

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EARLDOM OF WORCESTER (I) 1138 to 1154? or 1161?

WALERAN, 1st son and heir of ROBERT (DE BEAUMONT), COUNT OF MEULAN and 1st EARL OF LEICESTER, by Isabel (or Elizabeth), daughter of Hugh DE CREPI, styled "LEGRAND" (younger son of HENRY I, KING OFFRANCE), was born in 1104, with his twin brother Robert, afterwards 2nd Earl of Leicester. When the twins were only 3 or 4 years old, their father obtained the King's confirmation of his plan to divide his vast estates in England and Normandy between them after his death. He died 5 June 1118 and the two boys were brought up at Court by Henry I out of gratitude to their father. Waleran inherited the comti of Meulan in the French Vexin, with the castle and town of Meulan on the Seine. In accordance with the settlement, he received the Norman baronies, with the castles of Pontaudemer, Brionne and Beaumont aligned along the valley of the Risle, and the castle of Vatteville on the Seine, as well as the lands in the counties of Dorset and Gloucester which had been held by his grandfather, Roger de Beaumont. He remained faithful to Henry I in the rebellion which broke out in September 1118. In 1119, at the King's palace in Rouen, Waleran attested, as Count of Meulan, a charter issued by his brother, as Earl of Leicester, in favour of St. Nicaise de Meulan. In November 1119 they were with the King when he met Pope Calixtus at Gisors; but in 1123 Waleran was drawn into a conspiracy on behalf of William Clito, the son of Robert Curthose. The King took up arms in October, and captured the castles of Montfort and Pontaudemer before going into winter quarters. In March following Henry besieged the castle of Vatteville. Waleran succeeded in getting supplies through to the defenders, but on his way back to Beaumont he was intercepted by a royal force at Bourgtéroude on 26 March 1124. He charged at the head of 40 men-at-arms, but his horse was riddled with arrows and he was captured. He was imprisoned successively at Rouen, Bridgnorth and Wallingford till 1129, when the King set him free and gave him back all his lands and castles, except the castle of Pontaudemer. During the remainder of the reign Waleran was usually with the King in England or in Normandy, although in May 1131 he was in his own town of Meulan. He was with Henry when the King died, 1 December 1135, at the castle of Lions. Stephen hastened to secure his support. He gave Waleran the castle of Montfort-sur-Risle and betrothed his little two-year old daughter to the Count, to whom he also gave the City of Worcester. Waleran was at Westminster with the King at Easter 1136, after which he returned to Normandy and joined his brother Robert in fighting their hereditary enemy, Roger de Toeny, whom he eventually captured on 3 October near Vaudreuil. After a visit to England he returned to Normandy with Stephen in March 1137, but went back to England with the King before Christmas. Early in 1138 he drove the King of Scots from the siege of Wark Castle. In May he returned to Normandy, where he again fought against Roger de Toeny, who had been released by Stephen; and the Angevins having invaded Normandy in June, he marched against them in July and they retreated without fighting. It was probably in the latter part of 1138 that he was created EARL OF WORCESTER, perhaps as a reward for his exertions in Normandy. He was again in the Duchy before the end of the year, but returned to England before the summer and became the leader of the party opposed to the Chief Justiciar, the great Bishop Roger of Salisbury; and in June 1139 Waleran and his brother Robert took a leading part in the arrest of Roger and his kinsmen. In the autumn, when the Empress Maud landed in England, he accompanied Stephen to Arundel; and when the King allowed his rival to join the Earl of Gloucester at Bristol, he chose Waleran, with his own brother the Legate, to escort her. In November 1139, Waleran's city of Worcester having been burnt by Gloucester's troops, the Count marched to Worcester, which he reached on 30 November; and hearing that John, son of Harold of Sudeley, had gone over to the Empress, he made a raid on Sudeley. At the battle of Lincoln, 2 February 1140/1, he was one of the Commanders of the royal army who fled when the front was broken by the opening charge, leaving the King to be captured. However, he was one of the 3 Earls who remained faithful to Stephen during his captivity, and he joined the Queen when she recovered London in June; but before the end of 1141 he abandoned Stephen and came to terms with Geoffrey Plantagenet. He seems to have returned to England in the winter of 1141/42, but soon went back to Normandy and remained there. Early in 1144 he went to the aid of Geoffrey, who had taken the city of Rouen but had failed to take the tower. He acted as one of Geoffrey's Justiciars and attested his charters at Rouen. It was probably in the same year that he went on Pilgrimage to St. James of Compostela. In 1146 he took the cross on Palm Sunday with the King of France, his half-brother the Earl of Surrey and many others. The Crusaders set forth in June 1147 and Waleran seems to have accompinied the King of France. There is no record of his deeds in the Crusade, but on his way home in 1149 his ship was caught in a storm and wrecked off the south coast of France. However, the Count and his companions gained the shore by clinging to a couple of planks and some pieces of wreckage. Early in 1150 Geoffrey Plantagenet resigned the Duchy of Normandy to his son Henry; and Waleran acted as one of the young Duke's Justiciars. In 1150, 1151 and/or 1152 Stephen made futile attempts to take Worcester Castle. In 1152 Waleran's maternal uncle the Count of Vermandois died, leaving a son and daughter, who became his wards. In 1153 he was at Meulan; but in that year he was seized at a conference by his nephew, Robert de Montfort, who imprisoned him at Orbec; and he was compelled to surrender the castle of Montfort-sur-Risle to regain his freedom. Next year he besieged Montfort, but was put to flight by Robert. No evidence has been found that he returned to England after the accession of Henry II; or that he enjoyed the Earldom of Worcester under that monarch; and it seems likely that the King either refused to recognize the existence of that Earldom, a creation of King Stephen, or simply expropriated it. However, Waleran evidently remained on good terms with Henry, for he attested royal charters in Normandy. In 1160 he was one of the witnesses to the Treaty between Henry II and Louis VII concerning the marriage of their children; and when Henry's action in having the marriage celebrated prematurely led to a breach with the King of France, Waleran is said to have sided with Louis. In 1161 Henry seized the castles of the Count of Meulan and his other barons in Normandy, and if he had not already seized the Earldom of Worcester, he probably took this opportunity to do, so; for on 21 July 1162 Waleran granted a charter in favour of the Holy Trinity of Beaumont, and the legend on the counterseal is "Sigillum Galeranni Comitis Bellomontis," instead of "Wigornensis." Probably the breach between Henry and Waleran was only temporary. In 1166, when his end was approaching, he became a monk at Préaux. He founded the abbey of Bordesley in 1140 or 1141, and was a benefactor to the cathedral church of Worcester, the abbey of St. Peter at Gloucester and the priory of Leominster. In Normandy he founded the abbey of le Valasse about 1150, in fulfilment of a vow which he made on the occasion of his shipwreck; in 1135 the hospital of St. Giles at Pontaudemer; and in 1154 or 1155 a chapel in honour of the Virgin Mary before the gate of his castle at Vatteville. He was a benefactor to the abbeys of Jumiéges, le Bec, Préaux and Lire, to the priories of Corneville and Ecajeul, and to the collegiate church of Beaumont; and confirmed grants to the abbey of St. Wandrille. In France about 1144 he founded the chapel of St. James at Meulan, and he was a benefactor to the abbey of Gournay-sur-Marne and the priory of St. Nicaise of Meulan; in Chartres to the abbey of St. Pére and the priory of St. Pierre de Jouziers; and in Perche to the abbey of Tiron.

He married, 1stly, at Easter 1136, Maud, daughter of STEPHEN, KING OF ENGLAND, by Maud, suo jure COUNTESS OF BOULOGNE, elder daughter and coheir of EUSTACE, COUNT OF BOULOGNE. She, who was then only 2 years of age, died s.p. in childhood, probably in or before 1141, and was buried in the priory of Holy Trinity, Aldgate, on the south side of the altar. He married, 2ndly, probably in 1141, Agnes, daughter of AMAURI, COUNT OF EVREUX, by his 2nd wife, Agnes, niece of Stephen DE GARLANDE. As her marriage-portion she was given by her brother, Count Simon, the barony of Cournay-sur-Marne, in France, and the Haie de Lintot, near Lillebonne, in Normandy. She joined her husband in founding the abbey of le Valasse and in gifts to the abbey of Gournay. Waleran died 9 or 10 April 1166 at Préaux and was buried there. His widow died 15 December 1181. [Complete Peerage XII/2:829-37, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]
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Wiley Brooks Marrs and Melba Becker




Husband Wiley Brooks Marrs 61 62

           Born: 4 Aug 1892 - Webster Co. KY (Near Dixon Springs) 61 62
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           Died: 20 Jan 1985 - Missouri, USA 61 62
         Buried:  - Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Valier, Franklin, Illinois, USA 61 62


         Father: Dockery Jordan Marrs (1856-1939) 61 62
         Mother: Cynthia Barthena McClaire Price (1856-1937) 61 62


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   Other Spouse: Maude Elsie Golden (1893-1924) 61 62 - WFT Est 1909-1922 61




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Railroad Gandy Dancer

Christopher, IL--Helped sink mine, loaded coal, ran machines, dynamited.

St. Louis, MO--Worked inBuseers Steam Shovel Co.

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