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Sir John Courtenay Knight
(-Bef 1415)
Joan Champernoun
(1371-1419)
Sir Walter Hungerford Knight of the Garter
(1378-1449)
Katherine Peverell
(1389-After 1426)
Sir Philip Courtenay Knight
(1403-1463)
Elizabeth Hungerford
(1408-1476)
Katherine Courtenay
(Abt 1438-1515)

 

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Sir William Huddersfield Knight

Katherine Courtenay

  • Born: Abt 1438, Powderham Castle, St. Thomas, Devonshire, England
  • Marriage: Sir William Huddersfield Knight 188,821,900,1209
  • Died: 12 Jan 1515, Devonshire, England about age 77
  • Buried: Church of Shillingford, Devonshire, England

bullet  General Notes:


Sir William Pole in Collections Towards a Description of the Count of Devon, says that Katherine Huddersfield was the daughter of Elizabeth Bossum & calls Sir William Huddersfield second wife, Margaret, daughter of Philip Courtenay, of Powderham, widow of Thomas Rogers. Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry, p.171 gives the same information and cites Pole.

The Visitation of the County of Somerset, 1623, p. 126, calls her Katherine f. Will. Courtenay of Powdernam millitia, relicata Tho. Pomeroy millitis, and the mother of George Rogers. The Visit of Devon, has Catherine as the daughter of Sir Philip Courtney & Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Walter Hungerford.

The events below also have differing ancestory for Katherine Huddersfield and Katherine Courtaney. The questions remain, was Katheiner Hudderfield the daughter of her father's first or second wife? Was Katherine Courtenay the daughter or granddaughter of Sir Philip Courtenay? 1199,1209,1288

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Background Information. 160
Sir Edmund Carew, Knight, of Mohun Ottery, who died 24 Jun 1513, married Katherine daughter and coheir of William Huddlesfield of Shilling Ford, co. Devon, Attorney General to King Edward IV, by his second wife, Katherine, widow of Thomas Rogers and Sir St Clare Pomeroy, and daughter of Sir Philip Courtenay, of Powderham, Devonshire, died 1463. [Visit of Devon, 246-418*]

~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 8:36

• Background Information. 900
Sir William Courtenay, of Powderham castle, eldest son of Sir Philip Courtenay, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Walter, Lord Hungerford, married Margaret, daughter William, Lord Bonville, taken and beheaded after the second battle of St. Alban's. Sir William was a stout adherent of the house of York, and was High Sheriff of Devonshire, in the year 1483, all the short reign of Edward V and the first of Richard III and died in the first year of Henry VII, 1485. He left by his above mentioned Lady, William, his successor, and two daughters: 1. Joan, the wife of Sir William Carew, of Mohun's-Autrey; 2. Catherine, the wife of Thomas Rogers, Serjeant at Law, ancestor of the Rogers of Cannington, in Somersetshire, which family is now extinct. She was secondly, the wife of Sir william Huddgersfield, of the Privy Council to Henry VII.

Collins's Peerage of England, Vol. VI, pp. 262-263

• Background Information. 1285
Entry for "Thomas Rogers, 1478, of London; supposedly son of Thomas Rogers, ..., married second, Katharine, identified in heraldic visitations as the daughter of William Courtenay of Powerham, Knight, widow of Thomas Pomeroy, kt.; she remarried before 12 Oct 1479, William Huddersfield of Shillingford, Devon, A.G. 1478-83; son and heir William; son George by Katharine, later of Shillingford, esq."

~The Common Lawyers of Pre-Reformation England, by Eric William Ives, p. 475 Sources stated by author information Thomas Rogers: Cal. Pat. Rolls 1461-7, 575; ibid, 1467-77, 177; ibid, 1476-85, 169; Cal. Close Rolls, 1468-75, 562, L.and P., i. 438 (2 m 18); ProbII/II f. 299 (Huddersfield) Visitation of the County of Somerset, 1623, ed. F.T. Colby, Harleian Soc. II (1875), 128; Wedgwood, Biographies; Bristol Wills, 140, 148; C140/62/7


Katherine married Sir William Huddersfield Knight 160,821,323.,1285 (Sir William Huddersfield Knight was born in 1429 in England, died on 20 Mar 1499 in Shillingford, Devon, England 900 and was buried in 1499 in Church of Shillingford, Devonshire, England 900.)


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