I have come across information that an Agnes Bewitt Beupine married to William Edwardes had an illegitimate son,Richard, for Henry VIII and that is how the family recieved Edwards Hall in Wales. Henry never claimed him, as Agnes was already married. Does anyone know about this?
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I also found this. and via name, time, and location does it contain relevant information on the family? FYI - I'm out to prove this bloodline does not exist. It blew out of proportion and no one seems to want to find facts (very very hard before 1530) nor let it go.
12th Great grandchild of Richard Edward I have gathered quiet a lot information and evidence feel free to get in contact :)
King Henry was my great 13th grandfather and I was told by my family Agnes and her husband was in charge of taking care of King Henry the 8th hunting lodge and King Henry had an affair with Agnes and the baby was out of wedlock therefore illegitimate to the throne unfortunately or my family would more than likely still be in England LOL but instead we are here in Arkansas LOL
I am from that line.
I too am a descendant.
Are you sure it was the name Joseph? Thomas was born in Hartford Connecticut. Thomas married Isabella Downing They had 8 children. Robert, Joshua, William, Thomas,Leonard, John, Jacob, and Martha.
Hello! My line comes from William Thomas brother.
I have two brothers thats from the male line. One has passed but he has a son. So could my nephew or my brothers DNA be used?
If thay have proof of Henry the 8th being married to Agnes I would like to see it my grandfather Joseph R McDaniel is the son of Elizabeth J Edwards her father is Samuel Edwards his father is Samuel J Edwards his father is Sir John Edwards his father is Thomas National Edward his father is Robert H Edwards his father is Thomas National Edwards his father is William Edwards his father is Robert j.b. Edwards his father is Richard Junior Edwards and his father is Richard Edwards AKA Tudor I'm just wondering what the truth is out there and if there is any proof
Could you please re comment your email as that email does not work and would like to reach out to you regarding this matter
As A scholar in Master Music and 13th great grand daughter of Richard J can confirm this , if you have any further information you may think would be helpful to my paper feel free to contact me on email@example.com
Hello There , As 12th great grand daughter In currently doing my research project masters and would be great if you could share this information
Hello , I am the 12th great grand daughter currently doing Masters and research project partially on this would you be able to send me any information supporting your findings , anything shared would credit you within my scholar paper by experts my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
My cousin researched our Edwards family lineage and told me about this link to King HenryVIII. It was hard to understand but reading these descriptions makes it clear. Very Cool
Its nice its is helpful. I found this out when researching ancestry of a Bolyen descendant, and later found outKing Henry VIII was also one of my millions of ancestors found in a fifteen year search. congrats to us
Agnes Bluett was the direct descendant of Edward I, through her mother’s line, the Grenville family. Her father’s family, the Bluetts, were Somerset/Devon gentry, owning several manors that still exist today. It’s difficult to find out much about Agnes. The name “Beaupenny,” intrigues me, because it certainly isn’t a surname associated to her ancestors; I wonder if it was a nickname. I am descended from Agnes and her husband, not through her possibly illegitimate son Richard.
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