|Beaumont of Coleorton and Stoughton|
Coleorton Hall, Leicestershire
|Coleorton Hall: survey drawing of 1802 by John Matthews showing the 17th century house, which incorporated one tower of its Elizabethan predecessor, destroyed in the Civil War. Image: Soane Museum D1/9/1.|
|Coleorton Hall: engraving of 1817 showing the entrance front of Sir George Beaumont's new house of 1802-09, as originally built.|
|Coleorton Hall: drawing by John Constable, 1823, showing the side and rear elevations as first built.|
|Coleorton Hall: view of the tribune in the mid 20th century. Image: A.F. Kersting/Historic England|
|Coleorton Hall: the entrance front and service wing after the conversion to flats.|
|Coleorton Hall: the rear elevation showing the top storey added in 1872 and the picture gallery of 1847. Image: A.F. Kersting/Historic England.|
|Coleorton Hall: painting by John Constable of the monument |
to Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1823. Image: National Gallery.
Stoughton Grange, Leicestershire
|Stoughton Grange: view of the house c.1790 from Throsby's Select Views in Leicestershire, showing the mid 18th century Gothick elevation.|
|Stoughton Grange: the entrance front as altered in the early 19th century, from an early 20th century postcard. |
The looming presence of the Victorian block behind can also be seen.
|Stoughton Grange: the large new block added to the house by Carpenter & Ingelow in 1872. Image: M.A. Belville/Historic England BB83/5645.|
Beaumont of Coleorton Hall and Stoughton Grange, baronets and Viscounts Beaumont of Swords
(1) Nicholas Beaumont (1526-85) (q.v.);
(2) Mary Beaumont; married 1st, [forename unknown] Sharpe and 2nd, [forename unknown] Hatcliffe, but had no issue;(3) Dorothy Beaumont; living in 1538;(4) Avery (fem.) Beaumont (d. 1601); married Thomas Findern of Findern (Derbys), but had no children; died 1601;(5) Anne Beaumont; married William Keldon.
(1) Sir Henry Beaumont (c.1549-1607), kt. (q.v.);(2) Francis Beaumont (c.1551-1624), born about 1551; educated at Peterhouse, Cambridge (matriculated 1565; BA 1570; MA 1573) and Grays Inn (admitted 1618); author of 'A judicious apology for the supposed levities of Chaucer' which was appended to a 1598 edition of poet's works; Master of Sutton's Hospital, Charterhouse, London, 1617-24; granted lands in Leicestershire, Warwickshire and Cambridgeshire by King James I, 1622; said to have been a keen supporter of cockfighting; died unmarried, 18 June 1624 and was buried in the chapel of the Charterhouse, where he is commemorated by a monument;(3) Sir Thomas Beaumont (1556-1614), kt. (q.v.);(4) Huntingdon Beaumont (c.1560-1625); educated at Inner Temple (admitted 1580); he became a coal mining entrepreneur, who contributed particularly to the engineering of coal mining, inventing the boring rod and building two of the earliest wagonways for coal trucks in England (at Strelley (Notts) and Bedlington (Northbld)); he had interests in Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Northumberland and Nottinghamshire, where he was associated in mining operations with Sir Francis Willoughby; he was ultimately unsuccessful in business and was imprisoned for debt at Nottingham from 1618; he married, c.1615, Joan Holland (fl. 1625) and had issue four sons; died at Nottingham gaol, on or shortly before 14 March 1624/5;(5) Dorothy Beaumont; married William Reade of Barton Court, Abingdon (Berks), and had issue at least one son (from whom descended the Reade baronets of Shipton Court (Oxon));(6) Katherine Beaumont; married 1st, Anthony Byron (c.1552-87), son of Sir John Byron (c.1526-1600) of Newstead Abbey (Notts); married 2nd, 28 July 1595 at St John, Clerkenwell (Middx), Sir Henry Berkeley (1566-1630), 1st bt. of Wymondham (Leics) (who m2, after 1618, Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Mynne (d. 1618) of Epsom (Surrey));(7) Margery Beaumont; died in infancy.
(1) Sir Thomas Beaumont (c.1582-1625), 1st bt. and 1st Viscount Beaumont of Swords (q.v.).
(1) Hon. Elizabeth Beaumont (b. c.1601); married 1st, 1623 (licence), Sir Thomas Waldron (1599-1628), kt. of Charley Hall (Leics), son of Sir Richard Waldron, and had issue one son; married 2nd, Henry Hastings (d. c.1670), son of Sir Henry Hastings of Kirby Muxloe Castle and Braunston Hall (Leics), and had issue three sons and three daughters; her second husband was a Royalist in the Civil War and was obliged to sell his estate to pay his fines; he also claimed (unsuccessfully) that his wife's marriage portion had not been paid by her brother when it had been; her death has not been traced;(2) Catherine Beaumont (b. 1605), baptised at Coleorton, 21 April 1605; perhaps died young;(3) Francis Beaumont (b. 1607), baptised at Coleorton, 20 February 1606/7; perhaps died young;(4) Hon. Mary Beaumont (b. 1608), born 13 February 1607/8; married Francis Manby (c.1603-71) of Elsham (Lincs) (who m2, 1658, Mary, daughter of [forename unknown] Bradley and widow of John Mumby of Riby), eldest surviving son of William Manby of Riby, and had issue one son and one daughter; dead by 1658;(5) Jane Beaumont (b. & d. 1613), born 19 April and baptised at Coleorton, 2 May 1613; died in infancy and was buried at Coleorton, 28 July 1613;(6) Sapcote Beaumont (1614-58), 2nd Viscount Beaumont of Swords (q.v.);(7) Henry Beaumont (b. 1616), baptised at Coleorton, 16 April 1616; died without issue;(8) Hon. Thomas Beaumont (1617-42), baptised at Whitwick (Leics), 3 July 1617; a Royalist in the Civil War; died unmarried at the Battle of Edgehill, 1642;(9) Hon. Robert Beaumont (1618-37), baptised at Coleorton, 20 September 1618; educated at Clare College, Cambridge (matriculated 1637), but died there while an undergraduate, and was buried at St Mary the Great, Cambridge, 18 July 1637;(10) Hon. Eleanor/Ellen Beaumont (d. 1644) ; married, 2 May 1639 at Norton Disney, Daniel Disney (1616-61) of Norton Disney (Lincs), barrister, and had issue four sons; buried at Norton Disney, 23 March 1643/4;(11) Anne Beaumont.
(1.1) Hon. Elizabeth Beaumont (1633-97). baptised at Burton, 20 March 1632/3; married, 8 August 1650 at Burton, Sir John Hotham (1632-89), 2nd bt., of Dalton Hall, South Dalton (Yorks ER), and had issue five sons and four daughters; died 6 December and was buried at South Dalton, 10 December 1697; administration of her goods was granted 20 December 1697;(1.2) Thomas Beaumont (1634-1702), 3rd Viscount Beaumont of Swords (q.v.);(1.3) Hon. John Beaumont (1636-1701), baptised at Burton, 17 July 1636; educated at Market Bosworth Grammar School and Christ's College, Cambridge (matriculated 1653); said to have gone into exile in the 1650s to attend on King Charles II and the Duke of York; became an officer of the Royal Household at the Restoration (Gentleman of the Privy Chamber, 1660; Carver, 1679-82?; Equerry, 1685-88); he was also an officer in the army intermittently (Capt., 1666-67, 1674-84; Lt-Col., 1685-88) until he was one of a group of army officers who refused King James' order to accept Irish Catholic soldiers and officers into their regiment and were court martialled and cashiered; he subsequently went to Torbay to join William of Orange on his landing, and was made Colonel of his old regiment by the new king, serving in Ireland, Flanders and Scotland before he retired in 1695; MP for Nottingham, 1685-87 and for Hastings (Sussex), 1689-95; Lieutenant-Governor of Dover Castle, 1686-88, 1689-94; JP for Northamptonshire, 1685-1701 and for Leicestershire, 1687-1701; elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, 1685; fought a duel with Sir William Forrester, 1695, 'occasioned by some works between them in parliament', in which the latter was disarmed; married 1st, 1663 (licence 10 September), Felicia Mary (d. 1687), daughter of Thomas Pigott of Chetwynd (Shrops) and widow of William Wilmer (d. 1660) of Sywell (Northants) and the Hon. Sir Charles Compton (c.1624-61), kt. of Grendon (Northants), second son of Spencer Compton, 2nd Earl of Northampton; he married 2nd, 3 October 1693 at St Matthew, Friday St., London, Philippa (1668-1744) (who married 2nd, 1705 (licence 30 March), Richard Gee (d. 1724) of Orpington (Kent) and had issue one son and one daughter), daughter of Sir Nicholas Carew (d. 1688), kt., of Beddington (Surrey), but had no issue; died 3 July 1701; will proved in the PCC, 15 July 1701;(2.1) Hon. William Beaumont (1643-80?), baptised 10 December 1643; said to have died in 1680 and was perhaps the man of this name buried at St Martin, Leicester, 19 March 1679/80 or 17 February 1680/1.
(1) Elizabeth Beaumont (c.1576-1651), eldest daughter, born about 1576; married 1st, 27 November 1594 at Ashburnham (Sussex), Sir John Ashburnham (1571-1620), kt., and had issue four sons and six daughters; married 2nd, 14 December 1626, Sir Thomas Richardson (1569-1635), kt., Speaker of the House of Commons and later Lord Chief Justice, who arranged for her to be created Baroness Cramond in her own right, 29 February 1627/8 (with remainder to his eldest son by his first wife); this arrangement enabled him to secure a peerage for his descendants while he himself remained a commoner and could continue in his role as Speaker; she was granted a pension of £300 a year in 1629, erected a number of monuments at Stoughton and in London to her parents and other forebears, 1631, and published 'a little book of pleasant piety' entitled A Ladie's Legacie to her Daughters, 1645; she died in Covent Garden, and was buried with her first husband in St. Andrew, Holborn, 3 April 1651; her will was proved in the PCC, 7 April 1651;(2) Frances Beaumont (c.1578-1654), second daughter, born about 1578; married, 31 August 1598 at St James, Clerkenwell (Middx), Sir Wolstan Dixie (1576-1650), kt., of Market Bosworth (Leics), and had issue four sons and four daughters; buried at Market Bosworth, 22 December 1654; will proved 15 February 1654/5;(3) Katherine Beaumont (b. 1579), baptised at Stoughton, 12 April 1579; said to have died in infancy;(4) Anne Beaumont (b. c.1581; fl. 1631), born about 1581; married John Dillon of Farthingstone? (Northants); living in 1631;(5) Sir Henry Beaumont (1584-1646), kt. (q.v.);(6) Farnham Beaumont (1585-c.1650), baptised at St John, Clerkenwell (Middx), 18 October 1585; merchant in London; a Royalist in the Civil War; married, 1620 (licence) Lucy Dawson of Market Bosworth (Leics), and had issue one daughter; living in 1647, when his portrait was painted, but dead by 1654, when there was a dispute about his estate;(7) Ellen alias Eleanor alias Helen Beaumont (b. 1587), fourth daughter, baptised at Stoughton, 10 July 1587; died unmarried after 1631;(8) Isabel Beaumont (1589-1630), baptised at Stoughton, 20 May 1589; married, before 1621, Hugh Snawsell (1580-1661) of Bilton in Ainsty (Yorks WR), and had issue one son; buried at Bilton in Ainsty, 4 June 1630;(9) Jane Beaumont (b. 1591), baptised at Stoughton, 6 June 1591; married, about 1611, William Temple (b. c.1577), merchant, fifth son of John Temple (c.1542-1603) of Stowe (Bucks), and had issue one son and two daughters; living in 1631;(10) Nicholas Beaumont (1592-93), baptised at Stoughton, 9 August 1592; died in infancy and was buried at Stoughton, 28 February 1592/3;(11) Mary Beaumont (b. 1593), baptised at Stoughton, 3 March 1593; married, 1616 (licence 10 February), Richard Paramour of London, victualler; living in 1631;(12) Thomas Beaumont (1595-1669?), baptised at Stoughton, 10 August 1595; educated at Wadham College, Oxford (matriculated 1613) and Inner Temple (admitted 1615); married, after 1621, Judith, daughter of Thomas Plumbe of Potters Marston (Leics) but had no issue; living in 1654 and was perhaps the Thomas Beaumont Esq. buried at Bedworth (Warks), 19 December 1669;(13) Edward Beaumont (1596-97), baptised at Stoughton, 26 September 1596; died in infancy and was buried at Stoughton, 20 January 1597.
(1) Sir Thomas Beaumont (1608-76), 1st bt. (q.v.);(2) William Beaumont (1609-79), born 1609; married, about 14 April 1641 (licence) in the diocese of London, Elizabeth (b. 1608?), probably the daughter of John Bridges of Witherley (Leics), and had issue one son (John Beaumont (b. 1647), from whom descended the Beaumont family of Barrow-upon-Soar (Leics)); buried at St Martin, Leicester, 19 March 1679;(3) Anne Beaumont (c.1610-53), eldest daughter, born about 1610; said to have died unmarried, 1653;(4) Fr. Henry Beaumont [alias Harcourt] (1612-73), born 1612; became a Jesuit priest and adopted the pseudonym Harcourt; worked in Lancashire (1649), Hampshire (1655) and Suffolk (1672); author of England's old religion faithfully gathered out of the Church of England as it is written by the Venerable Bede almost a thousand years ago (Antwerp, 1650); died 1673;(5) Elizabeth Beaumont (1613-73?), baptised at Stoughton, 10 October 1613; married Zouch Percival (d. 1669) of London, and had issue two sons and one daughter; perhaps the Elizabeth Percival buried at St Botolph Aldgate, London, 15 April 1673;(6) Frances Beaumont (b. 1615), born 1615; married, 1635 (licence 27 April), Maj. James Sinclair of Sinclair Holmes, commander of the Castle of Wardoe Huys, North Cape (Norway), which he held for the King of Denmark, son of Sir Andrew Sinclair;(7) Farnham Beaumont; probably died in infancy;(8) A daughter; married [fu] Meeze.
(1.1) Sir Henry Beaumont (1638-89), 2nd bt. (q.v.);(1.2) Rev. Thomas Beaumont (1639-1710), baptised at Stoughton, 27 May 1639; educated at Winchester College (admitted 1653) and New College, Oxford (matriculated 1657; BA 1660; MA 1664); ordained, 1669; vicar of Sawbridgeworth (Herts), 1673-78; rector of Great Dunmow (Essex), 1678-1710 and of Thorley (Herts), 1690-1710; prebendary of Hoxton (Middx) and canon of St Paul's Cathedral, London, 1681-1710; married Susannah, daughter of Rev. William Oldys, and had issue four sons (none of whom left male heirs) and two daughters; died of smallpox, 15 January 1710 and was buried at Great Dunmow;(1.3) Henrietta Beaumont (b. c.1640), eldest daughter, born about 1640; died young;(1.4) William Beaumont (1641-1718) [for whom see my post on the Beaumonts of Buckland Court];(1.5) Mary Beaumont (b. c.1642), second daughter, born about 1642; died young;(1.6) Nicholas Beaumont (1643-51), baptised at Stoughton, 30 October 1643; died young and was buried at Stoughton, 31 January 1651;(1.7) Margaret Beaumont (b. c.1644), third daughter, born about 1644; married John Kendall of Kempston (Beds), and had issue three daughters;(1.8) Frances Beaumont (b. 1646), baptised at Stoughton, 9 February 1645/6; living in 1654 but probably died young;(1.9) Jane Beaumont (b. c.1648), youngest daughter, born about 1648; probably died young.
(1) Sir Thomas Beaumont (1663-90), 3rd bt. (q.v.);(2) Sir George Beaumont (1664-1737), 4th bt. (q.v.);(3) Henry Beaumont (b. & d. 1665), born prematurely; died in infancy, 28 May 1665;(4) William Beaumont (c.1666-75), born about 1666; died young, 14 May 1675, and was buried at Stoughton;(5) Henry Beaumont (c.1668-69), born prematurely; died in infancy, 1669;(6) Rear-Adm. Basil Beaumont (1669-1703), born 8 September 1669; an officer in the Royal Navy (midshipman, 1682; Lt., 1688; Capt., 1689; Rear-Adm., 1703), who took part in the Battle of Barfleur, 1692, and became commander-in-chief at Portsmouth, 1699; his portrait was painted by Nicholas Dahl; he died in the Great Storm of 1703 when the HMS Mary was driven onto the Goodwin Sands and lost with all hands, 27 November 1703;(7) Elizabeth Beaumont (1671-1727), eldest daughter, born 1671; died unmarried, 5 February 1726/7 and was buried at Stoughton;(8) Rev. Sir Lewis Beaumont (1673-1738), 5th bt. (q.v.);(9) John Beaumont (1674-84), baptised at Stoughton, 28 May 1674; died young, 18 February 1683/4;(10) Anne Beaumont (c.1675-1753), second daughter, born about 1675; died unmarried, 29 September 1753 and was buried at Stoughton;(11) William Villiers Beaumont (1676-97), born 7 August 1676; joined the Royal Navy in 1690 (Lt., 1695); died of fever in the West Indies, 17 July 1697;(12) Diana Beaumont (c.1677-94), third daughter, born about 1677; died young, 4 November 1694 and was buried at Stoughton;(13) Henrietta Beaumont (c.1678-1725), born about 1678; married, 6 July 1719 at St Bartholomew the Great, London, as his second wife, John Styleman (c.1659-1734) of London, merchant, but had no issue; buried at Bexley (Kent), 8 March 1724/5;(14) Katherine Beaumont (c.1680-1726), born about 1680; married, 2 September 1705 at Coleorton, William Busby (d. 1727) of Loughborough (Leics), and had issue one son and three daughters (of whom the second, Anne, was the ultimate heir to Stoughton Grange which she carried in marriage to Anthony Keck of Lincoln's Inn;, serjeant-at-law); she died 23 March 1725/6 and was buried at Stoughton, 1 April 1726;(15) Arabella Beaumont (c.1681-1754), sixth daughter, born about 1681; died unmarried, 7 February 1754 and was buried at Stoughton;(16) Charles Beaumont (c.1682-1700), born in or before 1682, when he is named in his father's will; an officer in the Royal Navy (midshipman); killed when HMS Carlisle accidentally exploded, 19 September 1700;(17) James Beaumont (c.1684-1722), born about 1684; educated at Winchester (admitted 1700), New College, Oxford (matriculated 1701; LLB 1708) and the Inner Temple (admitted 1702); Fellow of New College, 1701-12; died unmarried, 4 January 1722/3 and was commemorated by a ledger stone in the cloisters of New College which contained a number of factual errors and has since been lost;(18) Christiana Beaumont (c.1686-1746), born about 1686; died unmarried, 28 February 1745/6 and was buried at Stoughton; her will was proved in the Leicester Archdeaconry Court, 1746.
(1) Sir George Howland Beaumont (1753-1827), 7th bt. (q.v.);(2) Charles Beaumont (1755-57), baptised at Great Dunmow, 18 November 1755; died in infancy and was buried at Great Dunmow, 25 September 1757;(3) William Beaumont (1757-58), born 15 October and baptised at Great Dunmow, 12 November 1757; died in infancy and was buried at Great Dunmow, 31 December 1758.
|Sir George Beaumont, 7th bt. |
(by Sir Thomas Lawrence)
(1) Susan Mary Beaumont (b. & d. 1827), born at Fulham Palace (Middx), 31 August 1827; died in infancy, 25 September, and was buried at Buckland (Surrey), 29 September 1827;(2) Sir George Howland Beaumont (1828-82), 9th bt. (q.v.);(3) Raymond Curzon Beaumont (b. & d. 1830), baptised at Coleorton, 14 April 1830; died in infancy and was buried at Coleorton, 10 May 1830;(4) Rev. William Beresford Beaumont (1831-1901), born 4 August and baptised at Addington, 13 August 1831; educated at Winchester (admitted 1844) and Christ Church, Oxford (matriculated 1849; BA 1853; MA 1856); Student of Christ Church, 1851-60; ordained deacon, 1858 and priest, 1859; curate of Church Stretton (Shrops.), 1858-60 and Seavington St Mary (Som.), 1860-63; rector of Coleorton, 1864-1901, rural dean of Akeley West (Leics), 1875-96, and honorary canon of Peterborough Cathedral, 1889-1901; JP and County Councillor for Leicestershire; married 1st, 13 December 1860 at Westmill (Herts), Julia (1836-66), youngest daughter of Charles Soames of Coles (Herts); married 2nd, 9 January 1868 at St Mark, North Audley St., Westminster (Middx), Elizabeth Mary (1830-1900), daughter of Rev. Samuel Hurry Alderson (1789-1863) of Risby (Suffk); died 18 February and buried at Coleorton, 23 February 1901; will proved 17 April 1901 (estate £12,076);(5) Willoughby Hastings Beaumont (1832-35), born 15 April 1832 and baptised at Addington, 6 January 1833; died young, 20 February 1835;(6) Constance Mary Beaumont (1834-1929), born 25 July and baptised at Addington, 22 August 1834; married, 6 July 1852 at Coleorton, William Unwin Heygate (1825-1902), barrister-at-law and MP for Leicester, 1861-65, Stamford, 1868, and South Leicestershire, 1870-80, son of Sir William Heygate (1782-1844), 1st bt. of Roecliffe Hall (Leics), and had issue three sons and one daughter; died 7 October 1929; will proved 12 November 1929 (estate £910).
|Sir George Beaumont, 9th bt. |
(Image: Leicester Museum & Art Gallery)
(1.1) Sir George Howland William Beaumont (1851-1914), 10th bt. (q.v.);(1.2) Francis Howley Beaumont (1854-75), born 11 February and baptised at British consulate chapel in Naples (Italy), 20 March 1854 and again at Coleorton, 12 April 1857; admitted to Normansfield Training Institution for Imbeciles, Teddington (Middx), 2 March 1869; died unmarried, 3 January and was buried at Teddington, 9 January 1875;(1.3) Lina Mary Howley Beaumont (1857-1934), baptised at Coleorton, 12 April 1857; married, 19 October 1876 at Coleorton, Col. Gawen William Rowan-Hamilton (1844-1930) of Killyleagh Castle (Co. Down) and had issue one son and one daughter; died in London, 6 June 1934; will proved 3 July 1934 (estate £7,975);(1.4) Eleanor Grace Caroline Beaumont (1859-70), baptised at Coleorton, 24 April 1859; died young, 16 December and was buried at Coleorton, 19 December 1870;(1.5) Frederick Louis Maureward Beaumont (1862-1948), born 17 June and baptised at Coleorton, 3 August 1862; emigrated to Canada, 1882 and became a rancher at Riske Creek, British Columbia (Canada); married 1st, 21 November 1900 at St Anselm, Davies St., Westminster (Middx), Helen Mary (c.1871-1924), daughter of Decimus Sturges, barrister, and 2nd, 27 August 1927 at Quamichan, British Columbia (Canada), Isabella Mary Rachel (c.1876-1942), school matron, daughter of Richard Pierce of Liverpool, but had no issue; died in Victoria, British Columbia (Canada), 26 November 1948;(1.6) Henry Cecil Charles Beaumont (1864-1944), born 24 April and baptised at Coleorton, 22 May 1864; an officer in the Scots Guards (Lt., 1886; retired 1892) and later in the Imperial Yeomanry (Lt., 1900); he rejoined the Scots Guards at the outbreak of the First World War (Capt., 1914), and was severely wounded; married 1st, 19 December 1894 at St James, Piccadilly, Westminster (Middx), Jessie Lee (c.1858-1916), daughter of George A. Fellowes of New York (USA); married 2nd, 21 June 1919, Marie Adele (1861-1948), daughter of Albert Pierre Tachard, minister plenipoteriary for France to Belgium, 1870-71, and widow of Peter Carl von Grunelius (1858-1911), banker in Frankfurt (Germany), but had no issue; died at Montreux (Switzerland), 13 February 1944; administration of goods granted 15 June 1945 (estate in England, £4,062).
(1) Sir George Arthur Hamilton Beaumont (1881-1933), 11th bt. (q.v.).
|Sir George Beaumont, 11th bt. |
(1) Sir George Howland Francis Beaumont (1924-2011), 12th bt.;(2) Eleanor Brienne Beaumont (1927-79), born 10 June 1927; married, 18 November 1954, Maj. Hugh Abdy Collins OBE (1919-98), only son of Dr. Michael Abdy Collins OBE MD BS of Canterbury (Kent), but had no issue; died at Karen (Kenya), 13 October 1979, and was buried there.
(2.1) twin, Georgina Brienne Arabella Beaumont (b. 1967), born 12 June 1967; took the name Beaumont-Fay on her marriage; emigrated to Perth, Western Australia; married, February 1994, Patrick Tomas Fay (b. 1968), and had issue one son and one daughter;(2.2) twin, Francesca Renée Henrietta Beaumont (b. 1967), born 12 June 1967; emigrated to Currambine, Western Australia; an officer in the Dept. of Health & Human Services, Greater Perth; married, July 1993 (div. 2008), John William Storey Clarke (who took the name Beaumont-Clarke), and had issue one son and one daughter.
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