- Born: Ingoldsby, Lincolnshire, England
- Marriage: Sir Edward de Courtenay Knight 160,1423
- Died: 28 Feb or 20 Mar 1371/2, Sheviock, St. Peters, Cornwall, England 160,1423
- Buried: 1371/1372, Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Sheviock, St. Peters, Cornwall, England 1423
Another name for Emmeline was Emmeline d´Auney.
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 160
Sir Edward Courtenay, son of Hugh de Courtenay and Margaret de Bohun, daughter of Humphrey de Bohn VIII amd Elizabeth, daughter of Edward I and Eleanor of Castile, was born about 1331/2 and died between 2 Feb 1368 & 1 Apr 1271, of Godlington, married in or before 1346, Emeline Dawney, who died 28 Feb or 20 Mar 1371, daughter of Sir John Dawney (Dauney), knight Sybil Treverbin.
~Weis's Ancestral Roots, 6:28-32
• Burial. 1423
"There are three effigies found i the chrch of Sheviocke, two under a canopy in the south ransept, and one in in the north aisle.
"The two figures in the transept are considered to represent (first figure) Sir Edward Courtenay (ob. vita patris 1372), third son of Hugh Courtenay, third Baron of Okehampton, and second Earl of Devonshire, of that name (ob. 1377), and his Countess Margaret, daughter of Humphry Bohun, Earl of Hereford and Essex, and grandaughter of King Edward I, and (second figure) Emmeline Dawney his wife (ob. 1370), daughter and heiress of Sir John Dawney of Sheviocke (ob. 1334).
"The single effigy in the north aisle may be assigned to be Sir John Dawney (ov. 1334), the father of the Lady Emmeline Courtenay, by his wife Sibella, daughter of Hugh de Treverby."
~The Ancient Sepulchral Effigies and Monumental and Memorial Sculpture of Devon, pp. 364-365
Emmeline married Sir Edward de Courtenay Knight, son of Sir Hugh de Courtenay Knight of the Garter, Earl of Devon and Margaret de Bohun Heiress of Powderham 160.,1423 (Sir Edward de Courtenay Knight was born about 1331, died in 1372 in Englad 160 and was buried in 1372 in Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Sheviock, St. Peters, Cornwall, England 1423.)