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  1. Lord James Beauclerk (c. 1709 – 20 October 1787) was an Anglican clergyman who served as the Bishop of Hereford from 1746 to 1787.

  2. Biography . James Beauclerk (1671-1680) was the illegitimate son of King Charles II Stuart and Nell Gwyn.His name was given to him by inference when on December 27, 1676, the king conferred the name, Charles Beauclerk and the titles Baron Heddington and Earle of Burford on James older brother.

    • Male
    • December 25, 1671
  3. James Beauclerk. On Christmas Day 1671, Nell gave birth to her second son with King Charles, who was christened James, after the Duke of York. Like his brother, he remained without a surname until December 1676, and was called Master James for the first five years of his life.

  4. 22/02/2021 · Genealogy profile for James, Lord Beauclerk James Beauclerk (1671 - 1680) - Genealogy Genealogy for James Beauclerk (1671 - 1680) family tree on Geni, with over 225 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

    • England
    • December 25, 1671
    • "/Jacques/"
    • September 1, 1680
  5. James Beauclerk, Lord Beauclerk's step-grandfather was John IV Of Portugal James Beauclerk, Lord Beauclerk's step-grandmother was Luiza Maria Braganza. VIDEOS. All relationship and family history information shown on FameChain has been compiled from data in the public domain. From online or printed sources and from publicly accessible databases.

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  7. 04/01/2015 · James Beauclerk, Lord Beauclerk was born illegitimately on 25 December 1671. 2 He was the son of Charles II Stuart, King of Great Britain and Eleanor Gwynne. 2 He died circa September 1680 at Paris, France G. 3. He was styled as Lord Beauclerk by Royal Warrant on 17 January 1676/77. 4, 5.