'Beaufoy1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Beaufo of Bereford (Barford St. John), Beaufo (Beaufoy) of Edmondescott (Emscote), Beaufoy of Guyscliff, Beaufoy of Milverton, Beaufo of Whilton

                               
Roger Beaufo
1. John Beaufo
  A. John Beaufo of Bereford (Barford St. John), Oxfordshire the first mentioned by Baker
  m. Elizabeth Alberberie (dau/heir of Richard Alberberie or Alderbury)
i. Richard Beaufo of Bereford & Whilton (Northamptonshire)B (forester of Cank Wood, Staffordshire)
  m. Alice Swinerton (dau/heir of Thomas Swinerton of Hilton & Whilton)
  a. Humphrey Beaufo of Bereford & Whilton (d 1485-6)
  m. Johanna Hugford (dau/coheir of John Hugford of Edmondescot)
  (1) John Beaufo of Edmondescott (Emscote) (Warwickshire) & Whilton (d 1516)
m. Elizabeth Tate (dau of Sir Robert Tate of London)
  (A) John Beaufo of Edmondescott (d 01.1530)
  m. Ursula Ferrers (dau of Sir Edward Ferrers of Baddesley, m2. ?? Newport of Honningham)
  (i) John Beaufo of Edmondescott (b c1523)
  m1. Johanna Rainsford (dau of Sir William Rainsford (Raynsford) of Tew)
  (a) Sir Thomas Beaufo of Edmondescott (b c1545, d 1630)
  m1. Ursula Huddeston (dau/heir of William Huddesdon of Warwick & Guy Cliff, son of William)
  ((1)) (Sir) Thomas Beaufo of Guy Cliff (Guycliff) (b c1579, d by 1640)
m. Anna Moulton (dau of William Moulton or Multoin of Todenham)
  ((A)) (Sir) Henry Beaufoy of Emscot (Edmondscot) & Milverton (b c1605, d 1678)
  Visitation ends with this generation. Baker confirms that this was the Henry who had the following family. Thanks to a site visitor (OWC, 04.08.17) for bringing our attention.to the fact that his monument is mentioned in 'A Brief Description of the Collegiate Church and Choir of Saint Mary in the Borough of Warwick' (1824, p17) with the undermentioned family.
m. (1656) Mary Walker (dau of Sir Walter Walker of Bushey Park, m2. Sir Arthur Weltden)
  ((i)) Sir Henry Beaufoy of Guycliff & Emscot
  Baker identifies the eldest son as Henry but gives no more informatino on him. We presume that this was the Sir Henry who is identified in Le Neve's 'Pedigrees of the Knights' (Marshall's edition 1873, p307) as being knighted in 1676 and having the following family.
m. (08.06.1676) Charlotte Lane (b 28.08.1658, dau of Sir George Lane of Tulske, Viscount Lanesborough)
  ((a)) Mary Beaufoy (d unm 12.07.1705)
  ((ii)) Martha Beaufoy
  This connection is supported by VCH (Warwickshire, vol 6, 'Parishes: Milverton').
m. Sir Samuel Garth (physician)
  ((iii)) Catherine Beaufoy possibly of this generation
  m. John Gregory (b c1639, d 1660)
  ((iv))+ other issue - Herculus (dsp?), Walter (dsp?), Mary, Lucy, Elizabeth
  ((B))+ other issue - Thomas (dsp), William (dsp), Ursula, Milicent, Anna, Elizabeth
  ((2)) Henry Beaufo (dsp)
  m. (1631) Lucy Faunt (dau/coheir of Sir W(illiam) Faunt of Fuston)
  ((3)) Juliana or Joan Beaufo
  m. Edward Chadwell of Chipping Norton
((4))+ other issue (dsp) - Anna, Elizabeth, Katherina
  m2. Anne (a 1626)
  (b) John Beaufo of Hassicks, Budbrooke, Warwickshire (a 1625)
  m. Maria Wirrall of Yorkshire
  ((1)) Thomas Beaufo (a 1625)
  (c) Mary Beaufo
  m. John Rugeley of Warwick
  (d) Elizabeth Beaufo
  m. Francis Cogniers of Arow (Conyers of Arrow)
  (e) Dorothea Beaufo
  m1. Thomas Smith of Staverton
  m2. Richard Harris
  m2. ??
  (f) Abraham Beaufo
  (ii) Thomas Beaufo of Warwick
(a) John Beaufo of Milverton
  (iii) William Beaufo
  (a) John Beaufo
  (iv) George Beaufo (dsp)
  (B) Elizabeth Beaufo
  m. Robert Belcher of Langdon or London
  (C) Alice Beaufo
  m. _ Greisley
  (D) Margery Beaufo
  m. Edward Brome of Wodlow (dsp 1531)
  (2) Johanna Beaufo
  m. Richard Throckmorton (d 1547)
  b. Henry Beaufo (a 1505)

Main source(s): 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Northampton' (George Baker, vol 1, 1830, 'Whelton, Nevill, Swynnerton and Beafou or Beaufoy', p232), Visitation (Warwickshire, 1619, 'Beaufoy') with some support as reported above
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