Book Owner: Joan Beaufort, countess of Westmorland

BnF Latin MS 1158, folio 34v

b. c. 1379- d. 1440

Title: Countess of Westmorland

Motto: Unknown

Symbol: Unknown

Family Tree

Parents/Up one generation

  • John of Gaunt, Father
  • Katherine Swynford, Mother
  • Same generation

  • Ralph Neville, Spouse
  • Robert Ferrers, Spouse
  • Thomas Beaufort, Brother
  • Children/Down one generation

  • Anne Neville (Stafford), duchess of Buckingham, Daughter
  • Cecily Neville, Duchess of York, Daughter
  • Richard Neville, Son
  • Joan Beaufort's Locations


    Beaufort-en-Vallée (c.1391)

    Kettlethorpe (c.1379)

    Howden (1440)

    Darlington (1396-1425)

    Joan Beaufort's Library

    Book Count: 10


    BnF lat. 1158: Horae ad usum Parisiensem (Book of Hours of Paris Use). Possible ownership c.1440 by Patron Portrait. Possible ownership c.1440 by Coat of Arms.

    Bodl. Oxf., MS e Museo 35: Nicholas Love's Myrrour of the Blessed Lyf of Jesu Christ. Possible ownership c.1425-1440? by Coat of Arms.

    Cambridge University Library, Additional MS 3042: Richard Rolle's Meditations on the Passion. Possible ownership c.1425-1440? by Inscription.

    Cambridge, Corpus Christi MS 61: Geoffrey Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde. Possible ownership c.1415-pre-1440 by Other.

    Durham University Library Cosin MS V.iii.9: Collection of works by Thomas Hoccleve. Possible ownership c.1422-1440? by Dedication. Possible ownership c.1422-1440? by Patron.

    NE 870: A volume containing the Cronikels of Jerusalem and Le viage de Godfrey Boylion. Confirmed ownership c.1424-1440? by Archival Mention.