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Elizabeth (Courtenay) Luttrell

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Elizabeth Luttrell formerly Courtenay aka de Vere
Born [date unknown] in Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 24 Jul 1341 in Englandmap
Wife of — married about 28 Jun 1359 in Dunster, Somerset, Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Bermondsey, Surrey, Englandmap
Profile last modified 12 Sep 2019 | Created 21 Feb 2011
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Elizabeth Courtenay is a descendant of Magna Carta surety baron Robert de Vere.

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Biography

Father Sir Hugh de Courtenay, 2nd Lord Courtenay, 10th Earl of Devon[1] b. 12 Jul 1303, d. 2 May 1377

Mother Margaret de Bohun[2] b. 3 Apr 1311, d. 16 Dec 1391

Marriage

Settlement: 24 July 1341 marriage settlement for Elizabeth de Courtenay and Sir John de Vere (b. c Dec 1335 - d. b 23 Jun 1350). No issue.[3]


m.2 (circa 28 June 1359) Sir Andrew Luttrell (b. c 1330, d. b 20 Nov 1377), son of Sir John Luttrell and Joan Mohun. Issue: 2 sons (John & Sir Hugh).[4]

  • Sir Hugh , Mayor of Bordeaux, Ambassador to France, Seneschal of Normandy
  • John

Death

Elizabeth de Courtenay died on 7 August 1395 at Bermondsey, Surrey, England; She was buried at St. Nicholas, Exeter, Devonshire.[5]

  • 10 Aug 1395: "Bishop Stafford ordered prayers for the deceased ladies Margaret Cobham and Elizabeth Loterell, sisters of the primate William Courtney, archbishop of Cantebury, ... To encourage the faithful to pray for their departed souls, he grants and indulgence for forty days (... Register vol 1. fol. 4)."[6]

Research Notes

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  • Needs Re-review: Normally, this information would go under the Magna Carta Project section, but this profile doesn't have one (see Space:Magna Carta Project Section). ~ Noland-165 08:40, 12 September 2019 (UTC)
  • Needs Source Check: The biography appears to be copy/paste from Lewis (ORTNCA). Information from Lewis needs to be checked against the source (his style for inline citations is to post them at the end of a prhase or sentence, which leads to misattribution). Richardson citations need to be verified and updated (see for example, WikiTree's source page for Royal Ancestry). ~ Noland-165 08:40, 12 September 2019 (UTC)

Sources

  1. Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd ed, I, p. 540-1
  2. Richardson, D. Royal Ancestry, II, p. 326.
  3. Richardson, D. Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 474
  4. Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, 2011, IV, p. 268
  5. Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, 2nd ed, III, p. 60.
  6. Oliver, 1846, p. 155 (1st col, first to last para).[1]
  • Oliver, G. (1846). Monasticon Dioecesis Exoniensis, pp. 155. Exeter: P.A. Hannaford. Google Books.
  • Vivian, J.L. (1887). Visitations of Cornwall 1530, 1573, and 1620. Exeter: W. Pollard. UK Genealogy Archives. eBook.


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On 28 Oct 2016 at 16:20 GMT Anonymous (Holland) Carroll wrote:

Source: "Royal Ancestry" 2013, Douglas Richardson Vol. III. page 644.

Thank you!

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