Isabel Elizabeth De BEAUMONT
- Born: Abt 1086-1096, Leicester, Leicestershire, England
- Married (1): Bef 1130, Tunbridge, Kent, England
- Died: Abt 1147
Ancestral File Number: 8XJQ-BL. User ID: 75638941.
The Political History of England, Vol II, George Burton Adams Longmans Green and Co, 1905, Ch X
p221: "During this year, 1138, Stephen adopted a method of strengthening himself which was imitated by his rival and by later kings, and which had a most important influence on the social and constitutional history of England. We have noticed already his habit of lavish gifts. Now he began to include the title of earl among the things to be given away to secure fidelity. Down to this time the policy of William the Conqueror had been followed by his successors, and the title had been very sparingly granted. Stephen's first creation was the one already mentioned, that of Hugh `the Poor,' of Beaumont, as Earl of Bedford, probably just at the end of 1137. In the midst of the insurrection of the south-west, Gilbert of Clare, husband of the sister of the three Beaumont earls, was made Earl of Pembroke..."
Ancestral File Ver 4.11 8XJQ-BL Born Abt 1086/1096 Leicester Leicestershire England Mar Bef 1130 Gilbert De CLARE 8XJQ-9F Tunbridge Kent England Died Abt 1147.
Isabel married Earl Gilbert De Clare PEMBROKE, son of Earl Gilbert De Clare HERTFORD and Adeliza De CLERMONT, before 1130 in Tunbridge, Kent, England. (Earl Gilbert De Clare PEMBROKE was born on 21 Sep 1100 in Tunbridge, Kent, England, died in 1149 in , , England and was buried in Abbey, Tintern, Chapel Hill, Monmouthshire, England.)
Isabel also married King Henry ENGLAND, I, son of King William Normandy ENGLAND, I and Queen Matilda Flanders ENGLAND. (King Henry ENGLAND, I was born about 1068-1070 in Selby, Yorkshire, England, christened on 5 Aug 1100 in , Selby, Yorkshire, England, died on 1 Dec 1135 in Lyons-La-Foret, Seine-St Denis, Normandy, France and was buried on 4 Jan 1136 in Abbey, Reading, Berkshire, England.)