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Hugh de Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon

  
   
Effigies of Hugh de Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon, and Margaret de Bohun. Exeter Cathedral.
Photos 2012.
(Left) From here. See full size.
(Right) From here. See full size.



Hugh de Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon (see here and here),
born 12 July 1303,
mar Margaret de Bohun [grand-dau of Edward I],
he died 2 May 1377, age 73 yrs,
she died 16 December 1391,
they are bur Exeter Cathedral,
had issue:


  1. Edward de Courtenay, had issue:
    1. Sir Hugh Courtenay, had issue:
      1. Joan Courtenay, mar Robert de Vere and had issue.


  2. Sir Philip Courtenay (see here),
    mar Anne Wake [dau of Sir Thomas Wake, of Blisworth, Northamptonshire],
    built Powderham Castle, Devon,
    died 29 July 1406,
    had issue:

    1. Sir John Courtenay,
      mar Joan Champernowne [dau of Alexander Champernowne],
      had issue:

      1. Sir Philip Courtenay (see here),
        born 18 January 1404,
        mar Elizabeth Hungerford [dau of Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford],
        died 16 December 1463, age 59 yrs,
        had issue:


        1. Elisabeth Courtenay,
          mar Sir James Luttrell and had issue.


        2. Sir Philip Courtenay, of Molland,
          mar Elizabeth ---- [widow of William Hyndeston],
          died 7 December 1489,
          had issue:

          1. Margaret Courtenay,
            mar Sir John Champernowne and had issue.



  3. Elizabeth Courtenay, or Elisabeth,
    mar 2ndly to Sir Andrew Luttrell and had issue.





Effigies of Hugh de Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Devon, and Margaret de Bohun. Exeter Cathedral.
Photo 2012.
From here. See full size.



Swans at the feet of Margaret de Bohun.
Photo 2012.
From here. See full size.



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