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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. Education He was the eighth son of Charles Beauclerk, 1st Duke of St Albans and Lady Diana de Vere. [1]

  2. Lord James Beauclerc, obispo de Hereford (nacido alrededor de 1709 - 20 de octubre de 1787); fue Obispo de Hereford de 1746 a 1787. Lord Aubrey Beauclerk (1710 - 22 de marzo de 1741), llegó a ser capitán de la Marina Real Británica y murió en la Batalla de Cartagena de Indias .

  3. 11 de feb. de 2024 · His brothers were politician Lord Vere Beauclerk and James Beauclerk, bishop of Hereford. Charles Beauclerk, 2nd Duke of St Albans. He was born on 6th April 1696 and succeeded his father Charles as Duke. He was governor of Windsor Castle, Lord Warden of the Forests, and Master Falconer of England among other offices.

  4. Rev. Lord James Beauclerk (c. 1709 – 20 October 1787); was Bishop of Hereford (1746–1787) Lord Aubrey Beauclerk (c. 1710 – 22 March 1741), became a captain in the Royal Navy, and died at the Battle of Cartagena de Indias. Daughters Lady Diana Beauclerk (born c. 1697) Lady Mary Beauclerk (born c. 1712) Lady Anne Beauclerk (born c. 1714)

  5. James Malcolm Aubrey Edward de Vere Beauclerk, Lord Vere (b. 1995) (3). Lord Peter Charles de Vere Beauclerk (b. 1948) (4). Lord James Charles Fesq de Vere Beauclerk (b. 1949) (5). Lord John William Aubrey de Vere Beauclerk (b. 1950) Lord Sidney Beauclerk (1703–1744) Topham Beauclerk (1739–1780) Charles George Beauclerk (1774–1845)

  6. Tim Downes interview with 16-year-old Lord James Beauclerk, son of Duke of St. Albans, who has run away from Eton to work as a stable lad on a farm at Ludlow. Year: 1965