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    Co26 Renaud de Courtenay


    Co26 Renaud de Courtenay was the son of Renaud de Courtenay and
     
     
    Born: a
    Married: Hawise de Donjon
    Died: 27 September 1194

    Courtenay the seat of the de Courtenay family is in the Province of Loiret, France
    and had issue:
    (Co25) Renaud de Courtenay married Hawise de Curcy
    (Co26-)

    Courtenay Coat of Arms
    Source: . .

The de Courtenays were a French noble family with their seat in the castle of the town Courtenay in the Département Loiret. Members of the family ruled during the period of the Crusades the county Edessa (older house) and the Latin Empire of Constantinople (younger house).

A collateral line that emigrated to England  held the title of Earl of Devon from 1335 until its extinction in 1556.

Older House of de Courtenay

  1. Hatto de Courtenay (Co30)
    1. Joscelin de Courtenay (Co29) m. Elizabeth de Montlhéry, daughter of Guy de Montlhéry of the house of Montmorency
      1. Miles de Courtenay (Co28) († after 1127)
        1. Renaud († 1189/90) Sire de Courtenay (Co27) , of Sutton, Berkshire
          1. (Co25) Renaud de Courtenay († 27 September 1194) - see below for descendents
          2. (Co25-2) Isabelle de Courtenay († 14 September nach 1205), heiress of Courtenay m. Peter of France (* about 1126, † 1180/3) youngest son of King Louis VI. – see below for descendents
          3. (Co25-3) Robert de Courtenay († about Easter 1209) of Sutton
            1. (Co25-3-1) William de Courtenay of Bulwick, Upminster and Morle, 1207 Lord of Montgommery
      2. (Co28-2) Joscelin I. († 1132) Fürst von Galiläa, Earl of Edessa 1118 m. 1st NN, daughter of Prince Constantine I. of Armenia, m. 2nd Maria of Salerno,sister of Roger of Salerno, Prince of Antiochia
        1. (Co28-2-1) Joscelin II. († 1159 in Aleppo), Earl of Edessa 1132, lost the City Edessa 1144, captured 1150 m. Beatrice, widow of William of Sahyun
          1. (Co28-2-1-1) Joscelin III. († 1200) titular Earl of Edessa, 1160 till 1175 captured, 1175 Seneschall of Jerusalem
            1. (Co28-2-1-1-1) Beatrice m. 1st Guillaume de Lusignan († before 1208), brother of King Guido of Jerusalem and King of Amalrich of Cyprus, m. 2nd before 1208 Otto II. Earl of Henneberg (the minnesinger Otto of Botenlauben) (* about 1177, † before 1245)
          2. (Co28-2-1-2) Isabella
          3. (Co28-2-1-3)Agnes m. 1st Reinhold of Marash, slain on 29 June 1149, m. 2nd 1158, annulled 1162, AmalrichEarl of Jaffa and Askalon, 1162 King of Jerusalem, m. 3rd Hugo of Ibelin, m. 4th Reinhold Garnier of Sidon, marriage annulled.
      3. (Co28-3)Geoffrey de Courtenay, slain at Montferrand 1139

The de Courtenays from the Dynasty of the Capetians

  1. Peter I. (*about 1126), † 1180/3) Signeur de Courtenay, m after 1150 Elizabeth de Courtenay († 4. September after 1205 – see above
    1. Peter II. (* um 1155, † before January 1218), Count of Nevers and Auxerre, 1217 Emporer of Constantinople m. 1) 1184 Agnes of Nevers, daughter of Count Guido I. († 1192), 8 2) June 1193 Jolante of Flanders († August 1219) heiress of the County Namur, daughter of Count Baldwin V., sister of Emperor Baldwin I. and Heinri of Constantinople, Regent
      1. Matilde (* about 1188, † 12. December after 1254), 1192 heiress of Nevers m. 1) Okt 1199 Hervé IV. de Donzy († 22. Januar 1223), m. 2) 1225 Guy IV. Count of Forez († 29 October1241)
      2. Margaret († 17. Juli 1270) March Countess of Namur 1228-1237 m. 1) about 1210 Raoul III. d'Issoudun († 1. March after 1212), m. 2) before 1217 Heinri I. Count of Vianden († 19 November 1253)
      3. Elizabeth († after August 1253) m. 1) Gaucher Count of Bar († 1219), 8 2) 1220 Eudes I. de Montagu († after August 1253)
      4. Jolante († 1233) m. 1215Andreas II. King of Hungary
      5. Agnes († after 1247) m. 1217 Gottfried II. von Villehardouin, Prince of Achaia († 1245)
      6. Maria († nach 1228) m. 1218 Theodor I. Laskaris Emperor of Nicäa
      7. Eleonore († before 1230) m. Philippe I. de Montfort († 1270/3)
      8. Constance, 1210
      9. Sibylle (*1197, † 1210) Nun
      10. Philipp II. († 1226), Count of Namur 1216, declined the Emperor's crown offered of Constantinople
      11. Peter, 1210, spiritual
      12. Robert († 1228 before 13 February) Emperor of Constantinople m. 1228 NN, daughter des Baldwin de Neufville
      13. Heinri II († 1229) Count of Namur 1226
      14. Baldwin II (* 1218, † after 15 October 1273) Emperor of Constantinople m. 19 April 1229 Marie de Brienne († after 5 May 1275), daughter of  John of Brienne, King of Jerusalem, then Co-Emperor in Constantinople,
        1. Philipp de Courtenay (* 1243, † 1283) titular Emperor of Constantinople m. 15. October 1273 Beatrice d’Anjou († 1275) daughter of Charles of Anjou, King of Neapel
          1. Catharina de Courtenay († 3 January 1307) Charles Count of Valois and Anjou (1270-1325) – no descendents
        2. Helene († 1314) 8 Steven Uroš I of Serbia
    2. Adelheid (* about 1160, † 1218) m. 1st um 1178, geschieden 1180, Wilhelm I. Graf von Joigny († 1219), m. 2nd Aimar I. Count of Angoulême († 1218)
    3. Eustachia († after 1235) m. 1st Walter of Brienne († before 1199), m. 2nd 1200 William I of Champlitte, Prince of Achaia († 1209/10), m. 3rd about 1211 William I Count of Sancerre († 1219)
    4. Clementia m. before 1185 Guy VI. de Thiern
    5. Robert († 1239) m. 1216/8 Matilde of Mehun († 1240) daughter (and heiress) of Philipp
      1. Peter († 1250) Senieur of Mehun m. Peronette de Joigny
        1. Amicia m. Robert II  Count of Artois
      2. Rudolph († 1271) Count of Chieti
        1. Matilde m. Philipp Regent of Flanders
      3. William († 1282) Senieur de Courtenay - descendents extinct 1733
    6. Philipp († after 1186)
    7. William († 1233/47) m. 1st before 1209 Adeline de Noyers († after 1222) daughter of Clerambaud I, m. 2nd before 1231 Nikolaea - descendents
    8. John († after 1221)
    9. Daughter m. Aimon III. de Charros († after 1221)
    10. Constance 8 1) NN de Châteaufort, m. 2nd William of La Ferté Arnaud
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The de Courtenays in England, 1335-1556 Earls of Devon

  1. Renaud de Courtenay († 27 September 1194) - see above