Thomas Beauchamp, Earl Warwick. 1345 - 1401
Earl of Warwick - one of the oldest title of Count of England. Possession of this title has been linked to the possession of Warwick Castle. The right to bear the title of Count of Warwick and passed through the female line, which led to repeated changes of dynasties of its owners. In the 14 century, the title of father and son were a family of de Beauchamp: Thomas de Beauchamp 11 Earl of Warwick (1313-1369 gg.) - Marshal of England, the party battles of Crecy (1346) and Poitiers (1356), Thomas de Beauchamp 12 Earl of Warwick (1339-1401 gg.) - captain when Edward III, participated in numerous plots against the next king, for which he was imprisoned in the Tower. When Henry IV pardoned and solemnly restored their rights.
Emblem kind de Beauchamp was a scarlet shield with a golden girdle, and six gold crosses.