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  1. 09/05/2022 · Catherine of Valois–Courtenay Princess consort of Taranto, Princess consort of Achaea, and Queen consort of Albania Latin Empress Reign 11 October 1307 – October 1346 Predecessor Catherine I Successor Philip III Born Before 15 April 1303 Died October 1346 Naples Consort Philip I of Taranto (m. 1313; died 1331) Issue Margaret, Duchess of Andria

  2. 13/05/2022 · The coheiresses of a younger branch, which settled at Boconnoc as early as the reign of Edward III., married Carew and Courtenay about the latter part of the fifteenth century. A younger branch of the Carminows of Boconnoc settled at Fentongollan, and became possessed of very extensive landed property, which was dissipated about the year 1600.

  3. 21/05/2022 · This is the Courtenay Monument, named for Margaret Courtenay, granddaughter of Edward IV through his daughter Catherine. According to tradition, Margaret Courtenay choked to death on a fish bone. However, the church guide suggests that the tomb is in fact that of Margaret Beaufort, the granddaughter of John of Gaunt.

  4. 01/05/2022 · William Courtenay (d.1511) had married Princess Catherine of York, a younger daughter of King Edward IV, thereby exciting suspicions of disloyalty in Henry VII, who had him imprisoned and attainted for his supposed but unproven complicity in the conspiracy of Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk.

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