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Thomas (the Magnificent) 
de Berkeley
1353 - 1417


Thomas (the Magnificent) 
de Berkeley
, The murder of Edward II in 1327 took place at Berkeley Castle and although Lord Thomas was acquitted at the time of any involvement, he certainly had motives for disposing of the King.

Born: 5th Jan 1353Baptised:
Died: 13th Jul 1417Buried:
Family:
Berkeley

Titles:

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Thomas (the Magnificent) 
de Berkeley
(
de Lisle
) 1353 - 1417
2.
Maurice (the Valiant) 
de Berkeley
c. 1330 - 1368
4.
Thomas (the 
Rich) 
 de Berkeley
c. 1293 - 1361
 
   
 

Siblings


1.
Sir James 
de Berkeley
(
de Bluet
) * ante 1380

Spouses



1. Nov 1367

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
1.
Elizabeth 
de Berkeley
(
de Beauchamp
) c. 1386 - 1422
1a.
Richard 
de Beauchamp
(
de Berkeley
,
Le Despencer
) 1382 - 1439
1.1.
Margaret 
de Beauchamp
1404 - 1468
1.2.
Eleanor 
de Beauchamp
(
Beaufort
) 1408 - 1468 ...
1.3.
Elizabeth 
de Beauchamp
(
Neville
) 1415 - 1448 ...
Sources

Timeline


5th Jan 1353Born
Nov 1367Married
8th Jun 1368
Thomas (the Magnificent) 
de Berkeley
(
de Lisle
) 1353 - 1417 inherited the title
Berkeley
  [B] 1295-
13th Jul 1417Died
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