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Sir John BLOUNT
Isolda MOUNTJOY
Husband:  John BLOUNT
Birth:  of Sodington, WAR
Death:  1358
Father:  Sir Walter LE BLOUNT of Rock
Mother:  Johanna DE SODINGTON
Marriage:
Wife:  Isolda MOUNTJOY
Father:  Thomas MOUNTJOY
Grandfather:  Sir Robert MOUNTJOY
Children:
1.  Richard BLOUNT, b. 1345, d. 1358, s.p.
2.  Sir John BLOUNT
3.  Sir Walter BLOUNT, b. ca. 1350, of Elwaston, DBY 
4.  Thomas BLOUNT, s.p.
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom, ENG, England, Worcestershire, Worcs, Derbyshire, Derbys

Sources: 

1.  Helen M. Blount Prescott.  1902. Blount and Blunt.  Press of W.F. Roberts, Washington, DC.  [This is not a book, but a one-page pedigree chart.] 

2.  Eleanor BEAUCHAMP was not the second wife of Sir John BLOUNT whose one and only wife was Isolday MOUNTJOY, as per email from Kyle VanLandingham.
Last year I obtained the pages from Complete Peerage, Vol IX, which show the Blount line from William le Blund [le Blount] who d. 1280.  The line shows that William's grandson, John le Blount, m. Isoude [Isolda] Mountjoy.  Walter le Blount who m. Sancha de Ayala is clearly shown as the 3rd son of John and Isoude. 

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