William Spencer Beaumont
Beaumont was the grandson of John Thomas Barber Beaumont, who raised the Queen Victoria's Rifles in 1803 during the Napoleonic Wars. His father was J. A. Beaumont of Surrey. Beaumont served as a captain in the 14th King's Hussars cavalry regiment in the British Army. In 1876 her married Honoria Cooper. In 1889 he was an elected a member of the London County Council to represent Tower Hamlets, Stepney. In 1890 Beaumont petitioned Ecclesiastical Commissioners for a Church site.
Beaumont was the father of Dudley Beaumont (1874–1918), who married Sibyl Collings, later Dame of Sark. His grandson was Francis William Beaumont (1903–1941) and his great-grandson is the 22nd Seigneur of Sark, Michael Beaumont.
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- "Visitation of Ireland". Internet Archive. 1897. Retrieved June 5, 2009.
- "Casualty Details: D. J. Beaumont". Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Retrieved June 3, 2009.
- 'SAINT FAITH, STEPNEY; SHANDY STREET, TOWER HAMLETS P93/FAI/12 31 July 1890 London Metropolitan Archives