Thomas Beauchamp1

M, #48481, b. circa 1616
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited16 Mar 2002
     Thomas Beauchamp was born circa 1616.1

Alice Beauchamp1

F, #48482, b. before 1622, d. before 5 May 1703
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited16 Mar 2002
     Alice Beauchamp was born before 1622 at Reigate, co. Surrey, England.1 She married John Doggett before 1651.2
Alice Beauchamp died before 5 May 1703 at co. Middlesex, England.1
     Alice Beauchamp left a will on 28 August 1699; The Will of Alice, dated 28 Aug 1699, was probated 5 May 1703 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury (P.C.C. 127 Degg). She is stated to reside in the Parish of St. Andrew, Holbourne, Middlesex. She mentions her daughter Alice Debary, wife of David Debary; her son-in-law, Justus Otgher; her son John Dogett and his wife; her son Benjamin and his wife; Katherine, dau. of Justus Otgher, wife of David Longuemantle and her children. It is noted that John and Benjamin were engaged in the trade of woodmonger. Alice's will is also abstracted in SBD. As indicated below, Otgher had written his brother-in-law Benjamin Doggett, then residing in Jamaica, to tell him that Alice had named Otgher as executor, but that John had filed a protest. Otgher advised Benjamin that his mother's estate had been diminished by losses and illness, and that John owed more to the estate than his share. John wrote to Benjamin in reply, asking him not to tell Otgher that John had received Otgher's letter as "it will doe me a diskindness."

Family

John Doggett b. b 1626, d. 6 Apr 1680

John Doggett1

M, #48483, b. before 1626, d. 6 April 1680
Last Edited16 Mar 2002
     John Doggett was born before 1626 at Hamburg, Germany.1 He married Alice Beauchamp, daughter of John Beauchamp and Alice Freeman, before 1651.1
John Doggett died on 6 April 1680 at St. Lawrence Pountney Parish, London, co. Middlesex, England.1
     John Doggett
At the Visitation of London, 1665, this John Doggett entered a pedigree beginning with his father, John of Groton, and continuing through his father, John of London, and himself to his children, Beauchamp, John, Benjamin, Alice and Elizabeth. John is described as John Dogget of London, merchant, married to Alice, dau. of John Beauchamp, of London.
The Will of John, dated 26 Dec 1679, was probated 6 Apr 1680, by Alice Doggett, his widow in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury (P.C.C.46 Bath). He is referred to as "of London, Esq.,", residing in the Parish of St. Lawrence Pountney, London. The use of the term Esq. is consistent with the use of a coat of arms described with the pedigree, but as Rodney Dennys pointed out, John was never officially entitled to arms. The will names his wife, Alice, and appoints her as executrix. He also names his three unmarried children, John, Benjamin and Alice. The sons were given £1000 each, £500 at age 24 and £500 at age 28. The daughter, Alice, was given £1500 at age 21 or marriage. Elizabeth was married by this time to Justus Otgher, and they are mentioned with their children, including son John. He also mentions his deceased sister Watson, and her three daughters, Esther Norris, Margaret Watson and Katherine Watson. He also made several gifts to charity, including one to the orphan's house in Hamburg, which he states was his place of nativity. The will is abstracted in SBD.1

Family

Alice Beauchamp b. b 1622, d. b 5 May 1703

Richard Beauchamp1

M, #48484, b. after 1626
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Richard Beauchamp was born after 1626 at Reigate, co. Surrey, England.1

Edward Beauchamp1

M, #48485, b. after 1635
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Edward Beauchamp was born after 1635.1

Elen Beauchamp1

F, #48486, b. after 1635, d. 1639
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Elen Beauchamp was born after 1635.1
Elen Beauchamp died in 1639.1

Elizabeth Beauchamp1

F, #48487, b. after 1635
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Elizabeth Beauchamp was born after 1635 at Reigate, co. Surrey, England.1

George Beauchamp1

M, #48488, b. after 1635, d. before 1698
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     George Beauchamp married Sarah (?)1 George Beauchamp was born after 1635 at Reigate, co. Surrey, England.1
George Beauchamp died before 1698.1
     George Beauchamp
Document Details for E 133/19/65
Lettercode Title Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with
those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of
Augmentations
Class Title Exchequer: King`s Remembrancer: Barons' Depositions
Piece Title Beauchamp v Doggett
Text Date Eliz - Victoria
Closure Status Open
Place of Deposit Public Record Office, Kew

Document Details for E 134/9Wm3/Mich54
Lettercode Title Records of the Exchequer, and its related bodies, with
those of the Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of
Augmentations
Class Title Exchequer: King's Remembrancer: Depositions taken by Commission
Piece Title Sarah Beauchamp, relict and administratrix of Geo. Beauchamp. v.
Allice Doggett, Mary Wolsley, Sir Nicholas Miller, Knt.: Last will and
testament of John Beauchamp, heretofore of Rygate (Surrey), father of said
Geo. Beauchamp (plaintiff's late husband), a
Text Date 9 Wm 3
Closure Status Open
Place of Deposit Public Record Office, Kew.1

Family

Sarah (?)

Sarah Beauchamp1

F, #48490, b. before 1698
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Sarah Beauchamp was born before 1698 at Reigate, co. Surrey, England.1

William Beauchamp1

M, #48491, b. before 1640
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     William Beauchamp was born before 1640.1

Mary Beauchamp1

F, #48492, b. circa 1623
FatherJohn Beauchamp1 b. c 1593, d. c 1652
MotherAlice Freeman1 b. b 15 Apr 1601, d. c 1640
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Mary Beauchamp married (?) Wolsley.2 Mary Beauchamp was born circa 1623.1

Family

(?) Wolsley b. b 1623

(?) Wolsley1

M, #48493, b. before 1623
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     (?) Wolsley married Mary Beauchamp, daughter of John Beauchamp and Alice Freeman.1 (?) Wolsley was born before 1623.1

Family

Mary Beauchamp b. c 1623

Edward Beauchamp1

M, #48494, b. circa 1588, d. circa 6 January 1624
FatherThomas Beauchamp1 b. c 1550, d. c 1619
MotherDorothy Clarke1 b. c 1572
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Edward Beauchamp married Emma (?)2 Edward Beauchamp was born circa 1588.1
Edward Beauchamp died circa 6 January 1624 at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England.1
     Edward Beauchamp left a will; From DeBrett's book on Beauchamp, through Gary Hawley (Thank you)

EDWARDE BEACHAMP DE COSGRAVE. DEFUNCT 6th JANUARY A.D. 1624

. . . . . my body to be buried in the churchyard of Cosgrave among the burials of my ancestors.

In primis: I will that my son, John Beacham shall enter upon half of my inheritance at 21 years of age and upon all my purchased lands to pay the within named lagacies imposed upon him by this my will.

Also my will is that my second son, William Beacham shall have one hundred pounds portion paid to him by my eldest son John Beachamp so son as the said William shall come to 21 years in his age.

Likewise I bequeath to my eldest daughter Elizabeth Beachamp one hundred pounds portion to be paid unto her by my son and heir John Beachamp when he shall attain to the age of 21 years.

And I bequeath unto my second daughter, Nightingale Beachamp, the full and entire sum of one hundred pounds to be paid unto her by my said heir, John Beachamp, whensoever she shall come to her like age of 21 years.

Furthermore, I bequeath to my youngest son, Edward Beachamp, the entire sum of one hundred pounds to be paid unto him by me executrix so soon as he shall come to the age of 21 years.

For the payment of these legacies by my eldest son, John, I do leave divers lands and tenements which I myself purchased or redeemed, always provided that if it shall happen that my said son, John Beachamp, should die before any or all these my legacies be paid that then my next son shall make pay of the before legacies, or if he also should depart out of this life before the performance of this my will that then my youngest son Edward shall pay them, and so my will for any other heirs shall succeed in my inheritance.

And for the payment of the fourth legacy and divers debts which I owe to divers persons I leave unto my wife Emma Beachamp, all my moveable goods, whom I do ordain to be my sole executrix for this my last will, desiring her, according to my will, to givetwelve pence to the church of Cosgrave and to see my body buried with comely funeral expenses and to take as a token of my love all the residue of my moveable goods.

And to witness to this my last will I have hereto set my hand.

Also I require that my brother Whaley (? This looks like a surname and could either refer to a brother-in-law or a priest) and my kinsman John Beachamp to be supervisors for this my will . . . . .

Witness: William Mortimer, the mark of Samuell Catherne.1

Family

Emma (?) b. b 1598, d. a 1624

Emma (?)1

F, #48495, b. before 1598, d. after 1624
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Emma (?) married Edward Beauchamp, son of Thomas Beauchamp and Dorothy Clarke.1 Emma (?) was born before 1598.1
Emma (?) died after 1624.1

Family

Edward Beauchamp b. c 1588, d. c 6 Jan 1624

Thomas Beauchamp II1

M, #48496, b. circa 1590, d. after 1613
FatherThomas Beauchamp1 b. c 1550, d. c 1619
MotherDorothy Clarke1 b. c 1572
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Thomas Beauchamp II was born circa 1590.1
Thomas Beauchamp II died after 1613.1

Margaret Beauchamp1

F, #48497, b. circa 1592
FatherThomas Beauchamp1 b. c 1550, d. c 1619
MotherDorothy Clarke1 b. c 1572
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Margaret Beauchamp was born circa 1592.1

Richard Beauchamp1

M, #48498, b. after 1613, d. after 1619
FatherThomas Beauchamp1 b. c 1550, d. c 1619
MotherDorothy Clarke1 b. c 1572
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Richard Beauchamp was born after 1613.1
Richard Beauchamp died after 1619.1

Thomas Beauchamp1

M, #48499, b. before 1613, d. before 1619
FatherThomas Beauchamp1 b. c 1550, d. c 1619
MotherDorothy Clarke1 b. c 1572
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Thomas Beauchamp was born before 1613.1
Thomas Beauchamp died before 1619.1

John Beauchamp I1

M, #48500, b. before 1531, d. after 1619
FatherThomas Beauchamp2 b. b 1507, d. a 10 Mar 1544
MotherAgnes (?)3 b. b 1507, d. a 16 Aug 1545
ChartsAncestors - Myrtle Lee ROBERTS
ReferenceGAV12
Last Edited22 Jan 2003
     John Beauchamp I was born before 1531.1
John Beauchamp I died after 1619.1
     GAV-12.

Family

Children

Thomas Beauchamp1

M, #48501, b. before 1507, d. after 10 March 1544
Father(?) Beauchamp
ChartsAncestors - Myrtle Lee ROBERTS
ReferenceGAV13
Last Edited22 Jan 2003
     Thomas Beauchamp married Agnes (?)2 Thomas Beauchamp was born before 1507.1
Thomas Beauchamp died after 10 March 1544 at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England.1
     GAV-13.

Thomas Beauchamp left a will on 10 March 1545; THOMAS BEACHAM OF COSGRAVE. 10th MARCH 1545

. . . . . body to be buried with the churchyard of Saint Peter of Cosgrave.

Also I bequeath to the mother church of Peterborough 2.

Also I bequeath to the high altar of Cosgrave 4d and to the bells 4.

And towards the buying of a cope to the same church 6s 8d.

Also I bequeath to my sister Elsabeth Conqueste 11s 10d.

Also I bequeath to Agnes my daughter half a quarter of barley.

Also I bequeath to Agnes my wife black mare and two kine, pye (?) and other.

Also I will that 4 of my children shall have every one a pot and a platter, and all the goods within the house to be divided between JOhn my son and Agnes my wife, except a featherbed to John my son.

And also I will that the crop in the field be divided between my son and my wife.

And also I will that John my son shall have my cart with the kine and my plough, with all that belongeth thereto.

And also I make John my son and Agnes my wife mine executors, and Jake Rigbie and Thomas Mayowe my supervisors of this my last will. Witness hereof Sir Nicolas Wyke, my curate, Thomas Spenser and John Watson with other more.1

Family

Agnes (?) b. b 1507, d. a 16 Aug 1545
Children

Agnes (?)1

F, #48502, b. before 1507, d. after 16 August 1545
ChartsAncestors - Myrtle Lee ROBERTS
ReferenceGAV13
Last Edited22 Jan 2003
     Agnes (?) married Thomas Beauchamp, son of (?) Beauchamp.1 Agnes (?) was born before 1507.1
Agnes (?) died after 16 August 1545 at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England.1
     GAV-13.

Agnes (?) left a will on 16 August 1545; AGNES BECHAM OF COSGRAVE 16th AUGUST 1545

. . . . . my body to be buried in St. Peter's churchyard of Cosgrave.

I bequeath unto the church of St. Peter of Cosgrave my black cow and one of the best kerchiefs and to bells 4d.

Also I bequeath unto Thomas Conqest my black mare and her foal and a pair of hose cloth of white carsay(?)

And to my son-in-law my brown cow, paying unto Father Nicholas Wyke, Magister, 5s for to pray for my soul and all Christian souls.

Also I bequeath to Fr. Nicholas, my ghostly father, a pair of flaxen sheets.

Also I bequeath unto my sister (no name given) my best pane (PAN?) and all my best wearing gear, both linen and woollen except a vpothytt(sic) coat.

Item: I give unto John Peyr and (sic) a kerchief and a smock.

Also I will that the great church of Kekyn shall have a sheet.

The residue of all my goods, corn and cattle moveable and unmoveable, my funeral expenses and debts paid, I give unto Saint Peter's Church of Cosgrave to buy a cope and will that Fr. Nicholas and Pass (?Parson, Paster) Orlie (?) see this my will performed, as my trust is in them.

In witness: Fr. Nicholas Wyke, Thomas Cheyse and John Payr.1

Family

Thomas Beauchamp b. b 1507, d. a 10 Mar 1544
Children

Agnes Beauchamp1

F, #48503, b. before 1524, d. after 1545
FatherThomas Beauchamp1 b. b 1507, d. a 10 Mar 1544
MotherAgnes (?)1 b. b 1507, d. a 16 Aug 1545
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Agnes Beauchamp was born before 1524.1
Agnes Beauchamp died after 1545.1

(?) Beauchamp

M, #48504
ChartsAncestors - Myrtle Lee ROBERTS
ReferenceGAV14
Last Edited22 Jan 2003
     GAV-14.

Family

Children

John Beauchamp1

M, #48505, b. before 1496, d. after 16 February 1535
Father(?) Beauchamp1
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     John Beauchamp married Elen (?)2 John Beauchamp was born before 1496.1 He married Margaret (?) before 1515.3
John Beauchamp died after 16 February 1535 at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England.1
     John Beauchamp left a will on 16 February 1536; JOHN BECHAM OF COSGRAVE 16th FEBRUARY A.D. 1536

. . . . . my body to be buried in the churchyard of Covesgrave.

Item: to this mother church I lease 2d.

Item: I bequeath to Master Parson iv decund obiis.

I bequeath to Margaret Becham my wife my land in Covesgrave . . . . . house during her life, and after her death my land . . . . . may . . . . . to William Becham my son.

Also I will that Margarett my wife shall have 6 acres of land that is called Yllyngs land to buy ...cop (?cope) afore the church, the poe(?) (poor?) of the cope of be pld(?)

Also I will that William Becham my son shall enter upon my land and house in Sotny Stretrofor (Stretford) by and by.

Also I bequeath to William Becham my son the horses . . . .m opn, 2 kys (kine?), a pot, a pan, a basin, a candlestick, 2 pewter dishes that were Elen my first wife's.

Also I bequeath to the same William Becham my son 2 pairs of sheets, a mattress, a spit and a pair of cupboards.

I bequeath to Emma Becham my daughter 2 kine, 2 pair of sheets, a mattress, a pot, a pan, a basin, a candlestick, 2 pewter dishes that were her mother's

Also I bequeath to the altar of Covesgrave 3 bushels of barley to buy a pargured(?) cloth to have before the high altar.

Also I bequeath to Our Lady a sheet to make an altar cloth

Also I bequeath to every one of my godchildren one bushel of barley.

Ite: to the bells 9d, the torches 8d

The residue of my goods unbequeather after my debts paid and my bequests and burial cometed (committed) .xten (Christian?), I give to Margarett Becham my wife, and Thomas Becham my brother, whom I also make executors, to gather up such debts al. . . . owing to me and my heirs capynts(?) curate William Pollinss my . . . . . to see my will truly performed.

These bearing witness: Goerge m. . . ., Thomas Pott, with other more.

The debts of said John Becham which he owe; In primis to Thomas Burchemore of Souslappe(?) 23s 4d
Item: to Cutberth (Cuthbert) Emerson 3s 4d
Item: To William Harres 6d.1

Family 1

Elen (?) b. b 1496, d. b 1515

Family 2

Margaret (?) b. b 1497

Elen (?)1

F, #48506, b. before 1496, d. before 1515
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Elen (?) married John Beauchamp, son of (?) Beauchamp.1 Elen (?) was born before 1496.1
Elen (?) died before 1515.1

Family

John Beauchamp b. b 1496, d. a 16 Feb 1535

Margaret (?)1

F, #48507, b. before 1497
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Margaret (?) was born before 1497.1 She married John Beauchamp, son of (?) Beauchamp, before 1515.1

Family

John Beauchamp b. b 1496, d. a 16 Feb 1535

Elizabeth Beauchamp1

F, #48508, b. before 1527, d. after 1545
Father(?) Beauchamp1
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Elizabeth Beauchamp married (?) Conqueste.1 Elizabeth Beauchamp was born before 1527.1
Elizabeth Beauchamp died after 1545.1

Family

(?) Conqueste

Christopher Beauchamp1

M, #48510, b. circa 1549, d. before 16 January 1621
FatherJohn Beauchamp I1 b. b 1531, d. a 1619
Last Edited17 Mar 2002
     Christopher Beauchamp married Alice (?)1 Christopher Beauchamp was born circa 1549.1
Christopher Beauchamp died before 16 January 1621 at Cosgrove, Northamptonshire, England.1
     Christopher Beauchamp left a will on 16 January 1622; From DeBrett's book on Beauchamp, through Gary Hawley (Thank you)

CHRISTOPHER BEACHAM OF COVESGRAVE, WILL PROVED 16 JANUARY 1622

. . . . . I, Christopher Beacham of Cosgr. . . . . in the couty of North (sic), yeoman . . . . .

. . . . . body to be buried in the churchyard of Covesgrave aforesaid.

I give and bequeath to Elizabeth Beacham my daughter fifty pound, whereof twenty pound to be paid at her day of marriage or else within that year after my decease, and twenty pound more to be paid some years after my decease and the other ten pound to be paid the nest year after.

I give and bequeath to Dorothye Beacham my daughter fifty pound, whereof twenty pound to be paid at her day of marriage if she marries with her friends' consent, and twenty pound that time twelve months, and the other ten pound the year after. . . . . if happen that she do not marry, then twenty-five pound she is to have the first year after my decease and the other twenty-five the sixth year after my decease.

I give and bequeath to Susanna Beacham my daughter fifty pound to be paid when she is on and twenty year old or within three months, and likewise do ordain that if any of these die before they receive there portions that then their portions to remain to those that live of these my daughters.

I give to Henrie Beacham my brother one half quarter of barley this year and another half quarter the next year.

I give and bequeath to Annis Rawlins my daughter one ewe and lamb.

I give to Elizabeth Rawlins my grandchild one ewe and lamb.

I give and bequeath unto the poor of parish Covesgrave ten shilling.

The rest of all my goods moveable and unmoveable, my debts being paid, my funeral expenses discharged, I give unto Alice Beacham my wife and to John Beacham my son, whom I make my executors and I do make Edward Beacham, George Emerson, Henrie Rigbie, Thomas Rawlins my overseers of this my will and testament.

Witness: Christopher Beacham, George Emerson, Edward Beacham.1

Family

Alice (?) d. a 1622