Sir Thomas DE COURTENAY, Knt., Of Woodhuish & Dunterton & ... 
- Born: Abt 1315, , , England
- Marriage: Muriel DE MOELS  before 27 Aug 1337 in , , England
- Died: 1356, , , England about age 41
Another name for Thomas was DE COURTENEY, DE COURTNEY.
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[Potential error: Birth Date more than 20 years after Marriage Date of Parents. Verify the date of birth.]
Source <Magna Carta Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...> Par Douglas Richardson:
"5. HUGH DE COURTENAY, Knt., of Okehampton, Devon, Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, etc., ... He maried in 1292 AGNES DE SAINT JOHN, daughter of John de Saint John, Knt., of Basing, Hampshire, by Alice, daughter of Reynold Fitz Peter, Knt. They had four sons, John [Abbot of Tavistock], Hugh, K.G. [10th Eal of Devon, 2nd Lord Courtenay], Robert, and Thomas, Knt., and two daughters, Eleanor (wife of John de Grey, Lord Grey of Codnor) and Elizabeth (wife of Bartholomew de Lisle). About 1285 he granted an acre of arable land in the manor of Iwerne Courtney, Dorset, together with the advowson of the church, to Christ church Priory. He was heir in 1293 to his cousin, Isabel de Forz, Countess of Aumale and Devon, by which he inherited the various manors, ...
6. THOMAS DE COURTENAY, Knt., of Woodhuish and Dunterton, Devon, and Cricket Malhebie and Wootton Courtenay. Somerset, and, in right of his wife, of Maperton, South Cadbury, Somerset. etc., Over Wallop, Hampshire, Over Worton, Oxfordshire, 4th son, born in or before 1315.
He maried before 27 Aug. 1337 (pardon for marying without a license) MURIEL DE MOELS elder daughter and co-heiresss of John de Moels, Knt., 4th Lord Moels, by Joan, daughter of Richard Lovel, Knt., Lord Lovel of Castle Cary. She was born in Dorset about 1322 (aged 15 in 1337). They had one son, Hugh, and two daughters, Muriel and Magaret. They received their share of her father's lands 6 Oct. 1337, and their sharee of her father's knights' fees 3 March 1337/8. He presented to the churches of Cricket Malherbie, Somerset in 1340, 1349; Maperton, Somerset, 1343, 1351, and South Cadbury, Somerset, 1351. In 1346 he and his wife, Muriel, petitioned the Pope for an indult for plenary remission at the hour of death. SIR THOMAS DE COURTENAY died in 1356. His widow, Muriel, died 12 Aug. 1369.
Children of Thomas de Courtenay, Knt., by Muriel de Moels:
i. Muriel de Courtenay, ...
ii. Margaret Courtenay. ..."
"Walter Hungerford, 1st Baron Hungerford KG (1378-1449) ...
Hungerford married firstly Catherine (daughter of Sir Thomas Peverell of Parke and Hamatethy, Cornwall, and Margaret Courtenay (1355-1422) daughter of Sir Thomas Courtenay (died 1356) of Woodhuish, Devon with whom he had three sons and at least one daughter: ..."
Source <Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study In Colonial And Medieval Families, 2nd Edition ...> Par Douglas Richardson
"MAUD OF EU, married HUMPHREY DE BOHUN, Knt., Earl of Hereford and Essex.
ELEANOR DE BOHUN, married JOHN DE VERDUN, Knt., of Alton. Saffordshire.
MAUD DE VERDUN, married JoHN DE GREY, Knt.. 2nd Lord Grey of Wilton.
MAUD DE GREY, married JOHN DE MOELS, 1st Lord Moels.
JOHN DE MOELS, Knt., 4th Lord Moels, married JOAN LOVEL.
10. MURIEL DE MOELS, elder daughter and co-heiresss, born in Dorset about 1322 (aged 15 in 1337). She married before 27 Aug. 1337 (pardon for marrying without a license) THOMAS DE COURTENAY, Knt., of Woodhuish and Dunterton, Devon, and Wootton Courtenay and Cricket Malherbie, Somerset, and, in right of his wife, of Over Worton, Oxfordshire, 4th son of Hugh de Courtenay, Knt., Earl of Devon, Lord Courtenay, by Agnes, daughter of John de Saint John, Knt. He was born in or before 1315. They had one son, Hugh, and two daughters, Muriel and Margaret. They received their share of her father's lands 6 Oct. 1337, and their share of her father's knights' fees 3 Mach 1337/8. He presented to the churches of Cricket Malherbie, Somerset in 1340, 1349; Maperton, Somerset, 1343, 1351, and South Cadbury, Somerset, 1351. In 1346 he and his wife, Muriel, petitioned the Pope for an indult for plenary remission at the hour of death. SIR THOMAS DE COURTENAY died in 1356. His widow, Muriel, died 12 Aug. 1369.
Children of Muriel de Moels, by Thomas de Courtenay. Knt:
i. MURIEL DE COURTEN AY
II. MARGARET COURTEN AY, married THOMAS PEVERELL. Esq.. of Hamatethy (in St. Breward). Cornwall."
Source <A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ...> Par John Burke:
"... JOHN DE MOELS, fourth baron, but never summoned to parliament. This nobleman was created a knight of the Bath, 20th Edward II., and in the 7th Edward III., he was in the expedition then made into Scotland. His lordship m. Joane, one of the daughters and co-heirs of Sir Richard Luvel, Knt., of Castle Cary, and had issue,
Muriel, m. to Sir Thomas Courtenay, Knt., a younger son of the Earl of Devon, and had issue,
- Hugh Courtenay, who died s.p.
- Margaret Courtenay, m. to Sir Thomas Peverel, and had issue,
- Katherine Peverel, m. to Sir Walter Hungerford.
- Alianore Peverel, m. to -- Talbot.
- Muriel Courtenay, m. to John Denham. Isabel, m. to William de Botreaux, Lord Botreaux, and her great grand-daughter, ..."
Thomas married Muriel DE MOELS  [MRIN: 2286], daughter of Sir John II DE MOELS, Knt., 4Th Baron  and Joan LOVELL , before 27 Aug 1337 in , , England. (Muriel DE MOELS  was born about 1322 in , Dorset, England and died on 12 Aug 1369 in , , England.)