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Female Isabel (Elizabeth) De Beaumont Click to view Isabel (Elizabeth) De Beaumont in the family tree

Isabel (Elizabeth) De was born about 1094 in Leicester, Leicestershire, England.  Isabel (Elizabeth) De's father was Robert Earl Of Beaumont 1st Earl Of Leicester/Leicester and her mother was Isabel Elizabeth De Vermandois.  Her paternal grandparents were Seigneur De Pont-Audemer Roger De Beaumont Seigneur De Pont-Audemer and [Countess Of Meu Adeliza (Adeline)  De Adeline De [Countess Of Meu/Mellant; her maternal grandparents were Hugh 'The Great' Crepi [Count Vermandois- Duke Burgndy] and Adelaide De Vermandois [Countess]. She had three brothers and seven sisters, named Waleran Lord De, Robert "Bossu"  "The Just* De, Hugh De, Aubreye De, Eleanor De, Adeline De, Daughter De, Alice Dau Of Robert De, Amicade De and Maud De.  She was the oldest of the eleven children. She had four half-brothers and three half-sisters, named Henry, Ralph De, William De, Reginald De, Ella De, Adelaide De and Gundred De.  She died in Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales.

Isabel (Elizabeth) De's first family with 1st Earl Of Pembroke Gilbert "Strongbow" De Gilbert De Clare Earl Of 1st Earl Of Pembroke/Clare

‌Isabel (Elizabeth) De and Gilbert "Strongbow" De were married in a religious ceremony before 1130 in Tunbridge, Kent, England.  They had two sons and two daughters, named Baldwin De, Richard "Strongbow" Fitzgilbert, Agnes De and Basilia De.

Isabel (Elizabeth) De's second family with King Henry I "Beauclerc" England King

‌Isabel (Elizabeth) De and Henry I "Beauclerc" were married in a religious ceremony in No Marriage.

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