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Hugh de Courtenay
(1251-1291)
Alianore le Despenser
(-1328)
Sir John de St. John Knight
(Bef 1256-1302/1302)
Alice Fitz Piers
(-After 1305)
Hugh de Courtenay Earl of Devon
(1275/76-1340)
Agnes de St. John
(-1345)
Sir Thomas de Courtenay Knight
(-1356)

 

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Muriel de Moels

Sir Thomas de Courtenay Knight

  • Born: Woodleigh, Kingsbridege, Devon, England
  • Marriage: Muriel de Moels
  • Died: 21 Aug 1356, Woodhuish, Totnes, Devon, England 160

bullet  General Notes:


Weis's Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, Sir Thomas de Courteney, son of Sir Hugh de Courteney and Agnes St. John, d. 1356, 4th son, of Woodhuish and Dunterton, Deven and Wootton Courtenay and Cricket Malherbe, Somerset; m. by 1337, Muriel Moels, daughter of Sir John de Moels by wife Joan Lovel, daughter of Sir Richard Lovel, Lord Lovel of Castle Cary, Somerset.
160

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 141
Walter Hungerford married, 1stly, before 18 Sep 1402, Katherine, younger daughter and coheir (whose issue in 1439 became sole heir) of Thomas Peverell, of Parke, Hamatethy, Penhale, &c., co. Cornwall, by Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas de Courtenay and coheir of her brother, Hugh de Courtenay. She, who was living 14 June 1426, was buried in Salisbury Cathedral. Lord Hungerford died 9 August 1449, and was buried (with his 1st wife) in Salisbury Cathedral. His widow died 1 August 1455.

~Cokayne's The Complete Peerage, Vol. VI, pp. 613-616


Thomas married Muriel de Moels, daughter of Sir John de Moels Knight and Joan Lovel. (Muriel de Moels was born in 1322 in Marnhull, Dorset, England 141.)


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