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Ida (Longespée) Beauchamp

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Idonea (Ida) Beauchamp formerly Longespée aka Bello Campo
Born about in Salisbury, Wiltshire, Englandmap
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Wife of — married after [location unknown]
Died in Salisbury, Wiltshire, Englandmap
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Disambiguation: William Longespee and his wife Ela Salisbury had two daughters named Ida. One married Walter Fitz Robert. The other married Ralph de Somery and married 2nd William de Beauchamp. [1]

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Biography

Lady Ida de Bello Campo[2] alias de Beauchamp alias Beuchamp[3] alias Idonea wife of William de Bellocampo Bedeford[4]

Early Life

Idonea de Longspee was born about 1208. She passed away about 1268.[5]

Family

Ida married Ralph de Somery, Baron of Dudley.

Ida married a second husband, Sir William de Bellocamp Bedeford[4]

Ida and her husband William had children:
  1. Maud de Beauchamp;

Sir William, Ida's second husband, died on 15 August 1261.[2]

Property

In July 37 Henry III [1253], Little Linford manor co Buckingham, was held of Sir William de Bellocampo Bedeford and Idonea his wife of the honour of Newort Paynel.[4]

Several writs were issued in October 46 Henry III [1261] regarding William de Bello Campo de Bedeford, and the resulting Inquisitions held in Staunford town, Ravenesden, Hardwyk and Dilewyk, all in co Bedford, found William died on the Sunday after the Assumption of the Blessed Mary,[2] which is celebrated on 15 August (see Wikipedia:Assumption of Mary).

The Inquisition at Dilewyk was held in response to a writ dated 22 October 46 Henry III because of a petition from Ida de Bello Campo, and it found Lady Ida de Bello Campo held Delewyk manor for life by fine made in the King's court between her and the said William.[2]

An Inquisition on the Sunday after the Conversion of St Paul, 51 Henry III [1266], found that Linford manor co Buckingham was held of the fee of Newport of the barony of Sir Roger de Somery, and Lady Ida de Bello Campo held it in dower.[6]

Sources

  1. Royal Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, Vol. II, page 650 #7 - 651
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 The Deputy Keeper of the Records, 1904, p.146, Abstract No 516 William de Bello Campo de Bedeford.
  3. The Deputy Keeper of the Records, 1904, pp. 322-323, See Beauchamp and Bello Campo
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 The Deputy Keeper of the Records, 1904, p. 73, Abstract No 281 Henry de Hauvill' alias de Hauwill' alias de Havil.
  5. Tim Perry, Tue May 13, 2014; alternate Death: 1269/1270
  6. The Deputy Keeper of the Records, 1904, p. 205, Abstract 656 Thomas de Hauvill alias de Hauvile

See also:

  • The Deputy Keeper of the Records. Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem and other Analogous Documents preserved in the Public Record Office. Vol I Henry III. London: His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, 1904. Accessed: 2 July 2014.


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