Beatrix or Tanglust of Chester
- Marriage: William le Belward of Malpas
Another name for Beatrix is Tanghurst of Chester.
Noted events in her life were:
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William de Belward, at his father's death, succeeded to the moiety of the Barony of Malpas, including the town of Egerton. He married Tanglust*, a natural daughter of Hugh Kevelioc*, Palatine Earl of Chester, or according to some authorities, Beatrix*, daughter of Randle*, Earl of Chester.
~County Families of Lancashire & Cheshire, p. 119
*Different sources have a various combinations of just who was William de Belward' wife. From The Baronetage of England , "William . . . married the daughter of Hugh Keveliock." From Miscellanea Genealogica Et Heraldical, "William le Belward of Malpas lived in tyme of King Stephen he was lord of ye Moity of Malpas & married Beatrix daughter to Hugh Kivilock & Coheir to her Brother Randle E. of Chester" Collins's Peerage doesn't name a wife.
From Burke's A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, "William le Belward, baron of Malpas, who m. Beatrix, illegitimate daughter of Hugh (Kevelioc,) Earl of Chester."
Beatrix married William le Belward of Malpas, son of William le Belward Baron of Malpas and Mabella or Letitica Fitz Hugh of Malpas.