'Courtenay1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Courtenay of Courtenay, Courtenay of Devon, Courtenay of Okehampton

Athon de Courtenay name found on a web site
1. Joscelin, Sire de Courtenay (a 1065)
  m. Elizabeth/Isabel de Montlhery (dau of Guy de Montlhery)
  A. Miles, Sire de Courtenay (a 1127)
  m. Ermengard de Nevers (dau of Renaud, Count de Nevers)
  i. William, Sire de Courtenay (dsp)
ii. Renauld (Reginald) de Courtenay, Sn de Courtenay, later of Sutton (a 1161)
  m1. Hawise de Donjon (b 1113, dau of Frederic de Donjon, sister of Guy de Donjon)
  a. Elizabeth, heiress of Courtenay (b c1135, d after 14.09.1205) EGHJSY
  m. (after 1150) Pierre I, Sn de Courtenay (b 1126, d 1182) EGHJSY
  b. Sir Renaud (Reginald) de Courtenay (d 27.09.1174) the first mentioned by BP1934 & BE1883
  m. Hawise, lady of Okehampton (d 31.07.1219, dau of William de Curcy)
  (1) Robert de Courtenay of Okehampton (d 26.07.1242)
  m. Mary de Redvers (dau of William de Redvers 'Vernon', Earl of Devon)
  (A) Hugh/John de Courtenay of Okehampton (d 1273)
This Hugh is not recorded in BE1883 but is reported in BP1934 (Devon). It is not clear whether or not the William and Hawise shown here as his brother and sister were really his younger son and daughter. TCP (Vere) and TCP (Dinham) identifies Isabel's (first) husband as John de Courtenay.
  m. Isabel de Vere (dau of Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford)
  (i) Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Lord of Okehampton (d 28.02.1291)
  m. Alianora Despencer (d 11.10.1328, dau of Hugh Despencer)
  (a) Sir Hugh de Courtenay, Lord of Okehampton, 1st/9th Earl of Devon (b c1275, d 1340)
  We show that Hugh was the 1st Courtenay Earl but also show the numberings used by TCP (Devon) which are given on the basis that the earldom was inherited through Hugh's great-grandmother.
  m. (1292) Agnes St. John (dau of Sir John de St. John of Basing)
((1)) Hugh Courtenay, 2nd/10th Earl of Devon (b 12.07.1303, d 02.05.1377, 2nd son)
  m. (11.08.1325) Margaret de Bohun (d 16.12.1391, dau of Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford, Earl of Essex)
  ((2)) Thomas Courtenay of Southpole, Woodheish, etc (d c1363, 4th son)
  m. Muriel de Moels (b c1322, dau of Sir John de Moels, 4th Lord)
  ((A)) Hugh Courtenay (dsp)
  ((B)) Margaret Courtenay
  m. Sir Thomas Peverell of Parke, etc
  ((i)) Eleanor Peverel (dsp)
  m. Sir William Talbot
((ii)) Catherine Peverell
  m. (before 18.09.1402) Sir Walter Hungerford, 1st Lord (d 09.08.1449)
  ((C)) Muriel Courtenay (d before 12.08.1369)
  m. Sir John de Dinham or Dynham, 4th Lord (b by 1318, d 07.01.1382/3)
  ((3)) Eleanor Courtenay TCP (Grey) suggests she may have been a generation earlier
  m. Henry de Grey, 1st Lord of Codnor (d 1308)
  ((4)) Elizabeth Courtenay (a 04.1364)
  m. (by 1329) Lord Lisle (d 1345)
  ((5))+ other issue - John (abbot of Tavistock), Robert of Moreton (d young)
  (b) Sir Philip de Courtenay (d unm Shivelin 24.06.1314)
  (c) Isabel de Courtenay
  m1. (before 1308) John de St. John of Basing, 1st Lord (b c1273, d 14.05.1329)
  m2. Raynold Paveley
(d) Aveline de Courtenay
  m. Sir John Giffard, 2nd Lord of Brimsfield (b 1287, dsp 1322)
  (e) Egeline de Courtenay
  m. Robert de Scale, Lord
  (f) Margaret de Courtenay
  m. (before 02.1312/3) Nicholas de Moels, 2nd Lord (dsp before 29.01.1315/6)
  (ii) Ada de Courtenay possibly of this generation
  m.Sir John Giffard of Chillington (d 1329)
  (B) Sir William de Courtenay 'de Musberrie' (dsp)
  m. Joane Basset (dau of Thomas Basset)
  (C) Hawise de Courtenay (d before 08.04.1269)
m1. John de Nevil (d before 18.06.1246)
  m2. Sir John de Gatesden (d before 17.10.1262)
  c. Egeline de Courtenay probably of this generation Y
  m. Gilbert Basset (b c1154, d 1207) Y
  m2. Maud, Dame du Sap (dsp 1224, dau of Robert FitzEdith)
  Identified as mother of Anne, possibly illegitimate?, was ...
  p. _ Bollers of Montgomeryshire
  d. Anne de Courtenay probably of this generation
  m. Sir Amyan Champneys

Main source(s): BE1883 (Courtenay of Devon), BP1934 (Devon), 'RoyalData'
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