Perrin de Beaujeu

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Registered Name: Perrin de Beaujeu
Resides: Northkeep
Status: Active
Joined SCA: 2006
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Perrin de Beaujeu
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His Excellency, Perrin de Beaujeu, Baron of Northkeep

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  • Regional Offices Held
    • Northern Reginal Cut and Thrust Marshal 2019-2020

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Born in the 17th year of the reign of King Phillip VI. The third son of the Lord of Beaujeu was raised by his Mother and brothers after his father died at the battle of Crecy in (1346). Tragedy again struck as Perrin’s eldest brother fell sick of the plague in 1349. A youngest son, and in light of the great pestilence, Perrin’s mother insisted he be raised for clerical service. After studying at the local parish, in 1360 he left for the University at Bologna. In Italy Perrin dabbled in the art of the fence, while he should have been attending to his clerical studies. In 1369 despite not finishing his studies, he was called home when his elder brother fell at the battle of Monteil, in Castille. As the now heir to the Beaujeu lands, Perrin was wed to Jehanne de Montauban. Since then, they have worked hard to rebuild holdings lost or destroyed in these tumultuous years.


  • Period Encampment
  • Metal work
  • Target Archery
  • Brewing
  • Chivalric combat
  • Rapier combat
  • Cut and Thrust combat
  • Baking

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