submitted on Monday, October 17, 2011 at 16:55:35 fname: Tom lname: Cory address1: city: Watford state: Herts country: United Kingdom zip: WD19 4ED e_mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ancestor: Sir. Philip Courtenay (d. 1489) married Elizabeth Hingeston comments: Hi all, I believe I am connected to this branch via Sir. Philip Courtenay. Here is the line I have researched... I am sure of the branch from myself to about 1571, then the period from Joan Courtenay to Sir. Philip (and hence to King Edward) etc. It's just a few generations in the 16th century which I am not 100% on, due to records not being readily available. King Edward I | Princess Elizabeth Plantaganet | Margaret de Bohun | Sir. Philip Courtenay, (c1330-1406) m. Anne Wake | Sir. John Courtenay, 2nd son. Married Joan Champernowne | Sir. Philip Courtenay, 1404-1463, m. Elizabeth Hungerford | Philip Courtenay, d. 1489, m. Elizabeth Hingeston | John Courtenay, b. c1467, m. Joan Brite | Philip Courtenay, b. c1495, m. Alice Matthews, Dodbrooke, Devon | Joan Courtenay of Molland, married John Darte alias. Walleys on 25th January 1545, Molland, Devon. | Grace Darte alias. Wallis, d. 1575, m1. William Popham, m2. Paul Worth in 1563, Molland. | John Worth, merchant of Barnstaple, b. 1571, m. Phillipa Prouse | Thomas Worth, merchant, will proved 1656. m. Sibella Boyer. | Philippa Worth, b. 1632, Penryn, Cornwall, m. Humphrey King, 1658. | William King, b c1660, Marazion, Cornwall. Yeoman farmer, d. 1718 in St. Hilary Cornwall, married. Ann. 7 Children. | Humphrey King, buried 1734 m. Honour Curtis | James King, b. 1724, St. Hilary, Cornwall m. Alice Allen | Honour King, 1756-1798, m. James Hampton (1758-1833) from St. Erth, Cornwall. M. 1782, St. Hilary. | James Hampton 1784-1872 m. Grace Whitford | Elizabeth Hampton 1809-1880 m. Benjamin Pellow | John Pellow 1833-1912, m. Ellen Hayes | Benjamin James Pellow (1873-1942) m. Katie Tonkin | James Colin Pellow (1902-1970) | Marlene Bennett Pellow | Timothy Ian Cory | Thomas James Cory *self* I would love to know if this is definitely correct, or if there are any other closer branches which I am unaware of. Thanks Tom Cory. London, UK.
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Sir. Philip Courtenay (d. 1489) married Elizabeth Hingeston
Posted by S. Courtenay at Sunday, November 20, 2011