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Elizabeth (Neville) Beaumont (abt. 1435 - aft. 1495)

Elizabeth Beaumont formerly Neville aka Nevill
Born about in Liversedge, Yorkshire, Englandmap
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Wife of — married 8 Aug 1456 in of Liversedge, Yorkshire, Englandmap
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Died after in Englandmap
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Biography

Elizabeth Nevill (Nevell),[1]was born circa 1435 at Liversedge, co. York.[2]

Parents

According to Flower (1881), Elizabeth's father was Robert Nevell of Hunslet & Lever. Flower's (1881), pedigree only states that her mother was a woman from the Scargill (Scargyll) family, but he doesn't name the branch or her given name.[3]

  • Robert de Nevill b. c 1411.
  • [--Agnes?--] Scargill b. c 1415.[4]

Origins

Elizabeth's paternal line is said to descend from Sir Edmond Nevell, second son of John Nevill of Hornby, co. Lancs., and Isola (Isot), d. & h. of Robert Flamburgh.[5]

Marriage

She married Thomas (b. c. 1431), son of Richard Beaumont and Cecilia Mirfield, on 8 August 1456 at of Liversedge Birstall, England; There were 5 sons & 3 daughters.

Flower's (1881) pedigree, shows that Elizabeth married into the Whitley (Whytley) branch of the Beaumont family, but doesn't record her husband's first name.[3]

children

  • Elizabeth b. c 1457
  • Robert b. c 1458, d. b 18 Aug 1495
  • Richard b. c 1460, d. 10 Dec 1532
  • Edward b. c 1462, d. a 25 Jun 1495
  • William b. c 1464, d. a 6 Jun 1513
  • John b. c 1466, d. a 1479
  • Anne b. c 1468
  • Alice b. c 1470, d. 8 Dec 1552

Sources

  1. Dugdale, W. (1899). "Nevill of Chevet," in Dugdale's Visitation of Yorkshire, with additions, pp. 154 - 155. John William Clay, Ed. Archive.org.
  2. Lewis, M. (2011, December 4). "Elizabeth Nevill." ORTNCA, citing Burke's Commoners, II, p. 320. Web.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Flower, W. (1881). "Nevell," in The Vis. of York. 1563 and 1564. Publications of the Harlein Society XVI. London: Mitchell & Hughes. Archive.org.
  4. Flower (1881), doesn't record Scargill's first name but Dugdale (1899), calls her "Agnes Scargill." Neither pedigree shows her parentage.
  5. Flower (1881), states that Isot was the dau. of Robert, son of Roger Leversege, while Dugdale (1889), states that Isola's surname was Flamburgh (other sources sp. Flamborough).

See Also...

  • Willson, Richard Eugene. comp. The Willson Family 1672-1979 Ottawa, IL:[s.n.],1979. Print. This edition incorporates 2 previous volumes which are available from Hathi Trust online. (Willson Supplement 160)


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I was trying to merge out a fabricated tree that reached into the Neville/Beaumont line to create a connection to the Gardiners. The fabricated tree tries to connect to a number of families, which also includes the Byrons, Radcliffes and others...
posted by Bree Ogle
David, I've changed her CLN to Beaumont, as it should be in accordance with the EA naming standards. Feel free to correct this on any profiles you come across that fall within the project. Thanks. Darlene - Co-Leader, European Aristocrats Project
According to: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Name_Fields_for_European_Aristocrats (CLN)

Why is maiden name still used?

The PPP is not identified.

posted by David Wilson

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