Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [chaas2.ged] 1. WFT Volume 7, Tree #3325 2. "Ancestry of Homer Beers" (Internet) Ref; Crispin and Macary, "The Falaise Rolls". pg 98. Ref: Burke, pg. 53: The oldest daughter, Countess of Warwick, died April 16 or 18, 1301 and was buried at the Grey Friars', Worcester. She married (1) Gerard de Furnival, Lord of Hallamshire, son of Thomas de Furnival, and grandson of Thomas de Furnival, slain by the Saracens in the Holy Land. This older Thomas de Furnival was the guardian of William de Mowbray, son of Roger de Mowbray, the Yorkshire baron. Maud and Gerard had a son, Thomas de Furnival, who in the 22nd year of Edward I., had summons, among other great men, to attend the king, in order to advise of the affairs of the realm. This Gerard de Furnival died before October 18, 1261. Maud married (2) William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. He died at Elmley June 5 or 9, 1298. Maud FitzJohn, widow of Gerard de Furnival, who married (2) William de Beauchamp, 6th Baron de Beauchamp, of Elmsley, created Earl of Warwick, who died in 1298, leaving a daughter Isabel Beauchamp, who married Patrick de Chaworth, d.s.p.m., in 1282, son of Patrick, 4th Baron de Chaworth, and Hawise, his wife, daughter of Thomas de Londres, of Kidwilly, in Wales. The had a daughter Maud Chaworth, widow of Henry Plantaganet, 3rd Earl of Lancaster, who died in 1345. She married (2) Hugh Despencer.
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