Earl Henry De Beaumont WARWICK, I
- Born: Abt 1045, Neubourg, Manche, Normandy, France
- Married: Bef 1100, Perche, , France
- Died: Abt 20 Jun 1119, Pont Audemer, Eure, Normandy, France
- Buried: Abbey, Preaux, Pont-Audemer, France
Another name for Henry was WARWICK Earl.
Ancestral File Number: 91VH-PQ. User ID: 302557656.
Earl of WARWICK.
The Political History of England, Vol II, George Burton Adams Longmans Green and Co, 1905
p113:  "...There is some evidence that, after the burial of William [II Rufus] further discussion took place among the barons who were present, as to whether they would support Henry or not, and that this was decided in his favour largely by the influence of Henry of Beaumont, Earl of Warwick, son of his father's [William I Conqueror] friend and counsellor, the Count of Meulan..."
p128:  "...His faithful friends, Robert, Count of Meulan, and his brother Henry, Earl of Warwick, were among the few whom he could trust. But his most important support he found, as his brother William had found it in similar circumstances, in the mass of the nation which would now be even more ready to take the side of the king against the Norman party."
p204:  "...The powerful house of Beaumont, the earls of Warwick and Leicester, who held almost a kingdom in middle of England, promised to be as faithful to the new sovereign [Stephen] as it had been to earlier ones..."
Ancestral File Ver 4.10 91VH-PQ Born ?Newbourgh< Neubourg ?Bure France, Ver 4.13 Born Neubourg Manche France.
Henry married Countess Margaret De Perche WARWICK, daughter of Count Geoffrey PERCHE, II and Countess Beatrice Montdidier PERCHE, before 1100 in Perche, , France. (Countess Margaret De Perche WARWICK was born in 1067 in , Normandy, France and died after 1156.)