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    Co20 Hugh de Courtenay

    Hugh de Courtenay was the son ofHugh de Courtenay Co21 and Agnes St John St21 daughter of Sir John de St. John of Basing
    Born: 12 july 1303 in Okehampton
    Married: Margaret de Bohun (Bo20)
    Died: 23 Dec. 1340 in Okehampton

    Hugh de Courtenay's Coat of Arms, Herald's Roll 7
    Or three torteaux a label azure
    and had issue:
    (Co19-1) Sir Hugh Courtenay, Baron Courtenay (dvp before 31.08.1349)
    m. (1341) Elizabeth Brian (d 23.09.1375, dau of Guy Brian, Lord of Tor-Brian)
    A. Hugh Courtenay of Devon (dsp 20.02.1373-4)
    m. Matilda/Maud Holland (d 1392, dau of Thomas Holland, 1st Earl of Kent)
    (Co19-2) Thomas Courtenay (dvp)
    (Co19-3) Edward Courtenay of Godlington (dvp)
    m. Emeline Dawnay (dau of Sir John Dawnay)
    (Co19-4) William Courtenay, Archbishop of Canterbury (d 1396)
    (Co19-5) John Courtenay
    (Co19) Sir Philip Courtenay of Powderham Castle, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (d c1406)
    m. Anne Wake (dau of Sir Thomas Wake)
    (Co19-7) Sir Peter Courtenay, KG, Governor of Calais, Chamberlain (d unm 1409)
    (Co19-8) Humphrey Courtenay
    (Co19-9) Margaret Courtenay
    m. John de Cobham, 3rd Lord (d 10.01.1407-8)
    (Co19) Elizabeth Courtenay (b.1333, d 07.08.1395)
    m1. Sir John Vere, younger of Oxford (b c12.1335, dvpsp before 23.06.1350)
    m2. (1359) Sir Andrew Luttrell (Lu19) of Chilton
    (Co19-11) Catherine Courtenay (d 31.12.1399)
    m1. John, Lord Harington
    m2. Thomas de Engaine, 2nd Lord (dsp 1367)
    (Co19-12) Joane Courtenay
    m. Sir John Cheverston

    Source: http://thepeerage.com/pd45.htm#i3943
    other data same source: Rober de Courtnay b.b. 1198 in Okehampton


Pedigree published at http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/british/cc4aq/courtenay2.htm#linklo
Families covered: Courtenay of Devon, Courtenay of Powderham Castle
Hugh Courtenay, 2nd/10th Earl of Devon (b 12.07.1303, d 02.05.1377)
m. (11.08.1325) Margaret de Bohun (d 16.12.1391, dau of Humphrey de Bohun, 4th Earl of Hereford, Earl of Essex)
1. Sir Hugh Courtenay, Baron Courtenay (dvp before 31.08.1349)
m. (1341) Elizabeth Brian (d 23.09.1375, dau of Guy Brian, Lord of Tor-Brian)
A. Hugh Courtenay of Devon (dsp 20.02.1373-4)
m. Matilda/Maud Holland (d 1392, dau of Thomas Holland, 1st Earl of Kent)
2. Thomas Courtenay (dvp)
3. Edward Courtenay of Godlington (dvp)
m. Emeline Dawnay (dau of Sir John Dawnay)
A. Edward Courtenay, 3rd/11th Earl of Devon (b c1357, d 05.12.1419)
m. Maud Camoys (dau of Thomas, Lord Camoys)
i. Sir Edward Courtenay (dvpsp)
m. Eleanor Mortimer (dau of Roger, Earl of March)
ii. Hugh Courtenay, 4th/12th Earl of Devon (b 1389, d 16.06.1422)
m. Anne Talbot (dau of Richard Talbot, 4th Lord)
a. Thomas Courtenay, 5th/13th Earl of Devon (b 1414, d 03.02.1458)
m. Margaret Beaufort (dau of John, Marquess of Dorset)
(1) Thomas Courtenay, 6th/14th Earl of Devon (b 1432, d unm 03.04.1461)
The Earl was attainted for his support for the Lancastrian cause in the Wars of the Roses.
(2) Henry Courtenay, 'Earl of Devon' (d 04.05.1466)
(3) John Courtenay, (16th) Earl of Devon (d 14.05.1471, Tewkesbury)
TCP identifies John as the 16th Earl of Devon as the attainder was reversed by Henry VI in 1470. During the period of attaintment, Humphrey Stafford was created (15th) Earl of Devon.
(4) Joane Courtenay
m1. Sir Roger Clifford (d 1485)
m2. Sir William Knyvett
(5) Elizabeth Courtenay
m. Sir Hugh Conway
(6)+ other issue (d young) - Anne, Matilda, Eleanor
b. John Courtenay (d unm)
iii. James Courtenay
iv. Elizabeth Courtenay (dsp 18.10.1471)
m1. (1411) John Harington, 4th Lord (dsp 11.02.1417-8)
m2. (before 10.1427) Sir William Bonville of Chewton, 1st Lord (b 30.08.1393, d 18.02.1460/1)
B. Sir Hugh Courtenay of Haccomb or Holcombe
m1. Elizabeth Cogan (dau of Sir William Cogan)
m2. Philippa Arcedekene (dau of Sir William Arcedekene or Ercedekne)
i. Joane Courtenay
m1. Sir Nicholas Carew of Carew (d 1446)
m2. Sir Robert Vere
m3. Maud Beaumont (dau of Sir John Beaumont of Sherwell)
ii. Sir Hugh Courtenay of Boconnok (d Tewkesbury)
m. Margaret Carminow (dau of Thomas Carminow of Carminow)
a. Sir Edward Courtenay, 1st/17th Earl of Devon (d 28.05.1509)
m. Elizabeth Courtenay (dau of Sir Philip Courtenay of Molland)
(1) Sir William Courtenay (d 09.06.1511)
William was attainted in 1504. He came back into favour but, according to BE1883, he died before his title was restored. TCP (Devon) identifies him as the 18th Earl.
m. (10.1495) Catherine Plantagenet (b 1479, d 15.11.1527, dau of King Edward IV of England)
(A) Henry Courtenay, 2nd/19th Earl of Devon, Marquess of Devon (d 09.01.1539)
Henry was executed for alleged conspiracy against the Crown.
m1. Elizabeth Grey (dau of John, Viscount Lisle)
m2. (25.10.1519) Gertrude Blount (d 25.09.1558, dau of William Blount, 4th Lord Mountjoy)
(i) Edward Courtenay, 1st/20th Earl of Devon (b c1526, d unm 04.10.1556)
b. Sir Walter Courtenay (d unm)
c. Maud Courtenay
m. Sir John Arundell of Tolverne or Talkern
d. Elizabeth Courtenay
m. John Trethurffe or Trethrif
BLG1952 (Buller of Downes) reports that Margaret, son of Thomas, was "cousin and co-heir of the 1st Earl of Devon". It is presumed that Thomas was son of John and Elizabeth.
(1) Thomas Trethurffe of Trethurffe
(A) Margaret Trethurffe (d 28.06.1556)
m1/2?. Edward Courtney of Lanrake reported by way of a note in Visitation (Cornwall, 1620, Buller)
m2/3?. Richard Buller of Tregarrick (d 11.1555)
This appears to be the same Margaret identified in Visitation (Cornwall, 1620, Boscawen) as "Da. of Tho. Trethurf & Coh. of Edw. Courtney Erle of Devon" and shown as married to ...
m1?. John Boscawen
e. Isabella Courtenay
m. William Mohun of Hall Lanteglos
f. Florence Courtenay
m. John Trelawny
iii. Margaret Courtenay
m. Sir Theobald Grenvill of Stow
4. William Courtenay, Archbishop of Canterbury (d 1396)
5. John Courtenay
6. Sir Philip Courtenay of Powderham Castle, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (d c1406)
m. Anne Wake (dau of Sir Thomas Wake)
A. Richard Courtenay of Powderham Castle, Bishop of Norwich (d 1415)
B. Sir John Courtenay
i. Sir Philip Courtenay of Powderham Castle
m. Elizabeth Hungerford (dau of Walter Hungerford, 1st Lord)
a. Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle, Sheriff of Devon (d 1485)
m. Margaret (dau of William, Lord Bonville)
(1) Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle (d 1512)
m. Cicely Cheney (dau of Sir John Cheney of Pincourt)
(A) Sir William Courtenay 'the Great' of Powderham Castle (d 24.11.1535)
m1. Margaret Edgcombe (dau of Sir Richard Edgcombe of Cothele)
(i) George Courtenay (dvp)
m. Catherine St. Leger (dau of Sir George St. Leger)
(a) Sir William Courtenay of Powderham Castle, de jure 2nd/21st Earl of Devon (d St. Quintin 18.08.1557)
m. (28.11.1545) Elizabeth Paulet (d 04.11.1576, dau of John Paulet, Marquess of Winchester)
(ii)+ 3 sons and 1 daughter
m2. Mary Gainesford (dau of Sir John Gainesford)
(vi)+ other issue
Possibly of this generation, but by which wife is unknown, were ...
(vii) James Courtenay
m. Anne Basset (dau of Sir John Basset of Tehidy and Umberleigh)
(viii) Gertrude Courtenay (d 04.1566)
m. Sir John Chichester of Raleigh and Youlston, Sheriff of Devonshire (d 09.1569)
(ix) Margaret Courtenay
m. Thomas Danvers of Dantsey
b. Sir Philip Courtenay of Molland had issue
c. Sir Edmund Courtenay of Deviock ancestor of Courtenays in Cornwall
d. Humphrey Courtenay
(1) daughter
m. Thomas Carew
e.+ other issue - Peter (Bishop of Winchester), Sir Walter, Sir John
BP1934 (Devon) reports that there were two daughters by this marriage. We have so far found 3 daughters attributed to Sir Philip and Elizabeth: Elizabeth & Katherine reported on a web site and Philippa reported in BLG1952/Commoners (Fulford).
h. Elizabeth Courtenay (d 01.09.1493)
m. Sir Humphrey Touchet, later Audley (d Tewkesbury 06.05.1471)
i. Katherine Courtenay (d after 11.1510)
m. Sir William Huddesfield of Shillingford (b 1435, d 23.06.1499)
j. Philippa Courtenay
m. Sir Thomas Fulford of Great Fulford (d 20.02.1489)
C. Margaret Courtenay
m. Sir Robert Cary of Cockington and Clovelly (d before 1435)
7. Sir Peter Courtenay, KG, Governor of Calais, Chamberlain (d unm 1409)
8. Humphry Courtenay
9. Margaret Courtenay
m. John de Cobham, 3rd Lord (d 10.01.1407-8)
10. Elizabeth Courtenay (d 07.08.1395)
m1. Sir John Vere, younger of Oxford (b c12.1335, dvpsp before 23.06.1350)
m2. (1359) Sir Andrew Luttrell of Chilton
11. Catherine Courtenay (d 31.12.1399)
m1. John, Lord Harington
m2. Thomas de Engaine, 2nd Lord (dsp 1367)
12. Joane Courtenay
m. Sir John Cheverston

Sources: BE1883 (Courtenay of Devon), BP1934 (Devon).
Courtenay Descendancy