42 items found

Wootton-Courtenay

James Savage

Where have I fallen? What have I done?

David Court-Smith

Courtenay Clivedon, in Somerset

Rogers, William Henry Hamilton

A description of the monument and effigies in Porlock Church, Somerset, with reasons deduced from the documents pertaining to the manor and chantry of Porlock for attributing the tomb to the memory ... (1882)

Maria Halliday

Archaeological papers relating to the counties of Somerset, Wilts, Hants, and Devon (1902)

Rogers, William Henry Hamilton

A genealogical history of the noble and illustrious family of Courtenay in three parts: the first giveth and account of the counts of Edessa of that family, the second of that branch that is in ... (1735)

E. Cleaveland

Will of Dame Margaret Courtenay of Powderham, with some account of the Bonville family and her husband (1891)

Jones, Winslow

Courtney connections (1986, )

P. E. Courtney

Notes on a paper by Mr P. O. Huthinson entitled 'Pedigree and arms of the Courtenay family at their first settlement in England' (1889)

Pedigree and arms of the Courtenay family at their first settlement in England (1889)

Hutchinson, Peter Orlando

The Courtenays and the re-establishment of the Earldom of Devon in the fourteenth century (2005)

Robin J. Burls

[Courtenay, Chudleigh Memorials Churches]

The Courtenay Earls of Devon:: The formation and disintegration of a late medieval aristocratic family (1979)

Martin Cherry

Ecclesiastical and memorial effigies and heraldry: Courtenay : South West of England (1998)

A.B Rowland

The label in the Courtenay arms (1907)

Henry H. Courtenay

Fees of Earl Hugh de Courtenay (1906)

Thomas William Whale (Reverend)

Dame Joan Courtenay of Ashton (1923)

F. B. Prideaux (Lieutenant Colonel)

Courtenay arms at the Devon and Exeter Institution (1912)

Lega-Weekes, Ethel

The Courtenay motto (1906)

Emily Skinner

An act for vesting certain manors and lands, in the counties of Devon and Kent, the estate of Sir William Courtenay, Bart. .. ([1715])

Some account of the Courtenay tomb in Colyton church, Devon (1884)

W.H.Hamilton Rogers

Genealogy of the family of Courtenay, Barons of Okehampton ... from original documents

Oliver, George

Minutes of evidence taken before the Committee for Privileges .. .William Viscount Courtenay ... right to the Earldom of Devon ..

De stirpe et origine domus de Courtenay, quae coepita ...

Courtenay or Courtney (Family name)

Courtenay family (1992)

The Powderham geneaological database: complete index of surnames

Powderham ..

The Powderham geneaological database: part 4 generations 26 - 33

Powderham ..

The Powderham geneaological database: part 3 generations 22 - 25

Powderham ..

The Powderham geneaological database: part 2 generations 17 - 21

Powderham ..

The Powderham geneaological database (1996-)

A.B Rowland

On the Earls of Devon (1862)

J. R. Planché

Courtenay: French line c1126-c1750 (1996)

International newsletter (1995-)

A genealogical history of the noble and illustrious family of Courtenay in three parts ... (1735)

E. Cleaveland

House of Courtenay: ms.history - ca.1815 ([1815])

Histoire genealogique de la Maison Royale de Courtenay (1661)

On the prelates of the Courtenay family

F. J. Baigent

Remarks upon Scotch peerage law as connected with certain points in the late case of the Earldom of Devon (1833)

John Riddell

Sorrowful captives: the Tudor Earls of Devon (1960)

Horatia Durant

De stirpe et origine domus de Courtenay, quae coepit a Ludouico Crasso huius nominis sexto Francorum rege sermocinatio (1607)

De origine et stirpe domus de Courtenay quae coepit a Ludouico Crasso huius nominis sexto Francorum rege sermocinatio (1606)

Report of proceedings on the claim to the earldom of Devon .. (1832)

Harris Nicolas (Sir)