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  Agnes of Courtenay - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joscelin I of Courtenay, an ally of Baldwin II of Jerusalem, was awarded the county in 1118.
Agnes and Amalric made their home in the royal court, where Queen Melisende acted as regent for her son Baldwin III while he was on campaign.
A different Agnes of Courtenay was the daughter of Peter of Courtenay, Latin emperor, and Yolanda of Flanders.
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 COURTENAY of Powderham
Courtenay distinguished himself, and was knighted by the Earl in Dublin.
Courtenay did not answer his summons to appear until Michaelmas 1556, by which time he had been distrained 16s., and he then ask for judgment to be deferred until the next law term: when the Hilary term came no further process was taken against him and the case was allowed to drop.
Courtenay sued a general perdon at the accession of Elizabeth, and died on 1 Mar 1560, being buried at Lanivet, where a monument was erected to his memory.
www.tudorplace.com.ar /COURTENAY2.htm   (1036 words)

  
 Baldwin IV - BaldwinIV
Baldwin IV (1161 - 1185), called the Leper or the Leprous, the son of Amalric I of Jerusalem and his first wife Agnes of Courtenay, was king of Jerusalem from 1174 to 1185.
Agnes, growing in influence both at court and over her son and her daughter, Sibylla, had Baldwin appoint Joscelin as seneschal.
In the summer of 1180, Agnes had Baldwin IV marry Sibylla to Guy of Lusignan, brother of the constable Amalric of Lusignan.
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 Agnes Scott College | Alumnae | Main Events Magazine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Agnes Scott College educates women to think deeply, live honorably and engage the intellectual and social challenges of their times.
Agnes Scott is in the top 6 percent of 1,343 baccalaureate degree-granting institutions sending graduates to earn doctorates.
Edmund “Ed” Sheehey jokes that one of the highlights of his Agnes Scott career is the college’s survival of his deanship from 1998 to 2001.
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HUGH DE COURTENAY was born on 14 Sep 1273 in Okehampton, Devonshiire, England.
Isabell DE COURTENAY was born in 1283 in Okehampton, Devonshiire, England.
Philip DE COURTENAY was born in 1277 in Okehampton, Devonshiire, England.
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 20TH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Philip COURTENAY SIR KNIGHT was born about 1340 in Of, Exeter, Devonshire, England.
Agnes COURTENAY was born about 1380 in Powderham, Devonshire, England.
Richard COURTENAY Bishop of Norwich was born in 1382 in Powderham, Devonshire, England.
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 thePeerage.com - William Reginald Courtenay, 11th Earl of Devon and others
She married William Reginald Courtenay, 11th Earl of Devon, son of William Courtenay, 10th Earl of Devon and Henrietta Leslie Pepys, on 27 December 1830.
     Lady Agnes Elizabeth Courtenay was the daughter of William Reginald Courtenay, 11th Earl of Devon and Lady Elizabeth Fortescue.
Henry Reginald Courtenay, son of Henry Reginald Courtenay and Lady Catherine Bathurst, on 26 January 1774.
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 The Genealogy Website of Adams/Simpson - pafg185 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
John Courtenay [Parents] was born in 1384 in,Powderham,Devon,England.
Philip Courtenay [Parents] was born in 1341 in,Exeter,Devon,England.
Philip Courtenay [Parents] was born in 1404 in,Powderham,Devon,England.
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 My Family
She was married to Hugh II De Courtenay on 11 Aug 1325.
Hugh II De Courtenay was born on 12 Jul 1303 in Okehampton, Devon, England.
She was married to Renaud De Courtenay between 1155 and 1202.
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 My Family
Children were: Eleanor DE COURTENAY, Hugh DE COURTENAY -Earl, Egeline DE COURTENAY.
Children were: Josceline DE COURTENAY, Guillaume DE COURTENAY, Renaud DE COURTENAY.
Children were: Agnes DE VERMANDOIS, Mahaut DE VERMANDOIS, Constance DE VERMANDOIS, Raoul I DE VERMANDOIS Count, Henry DE VERMANDOIS Lord, Simon DE VERMANDOIS, Beatrix DE VERMANDOIS, Matilda DE VERMANDOIS, Elizabeth DE VERMANDOIS, Elizabeth DE VERMANDOIS, DE VERMANDOIS, William DE VERMANDOIS.
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 The Genealogy Website of Adams/Simpson - pafg186 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Anne Courtenay [Parents] was born about 1426 in,Powderham,Devon,England.
Otis Champernowne Sir Knight was born in 1378 in,,,England.
Agnes Courtenay [Parents] was born about 1380 in,Powderham,Devon,England.
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 990420Swyckoff.HTML
Courtenay Chapman was quick to follow, defeating Summa Edwards 6-1, 6-0 at No. 4 singles.
Senior Agnes Muzamel played her last match at the Palmer/Salloum Tennis Center in style by destroying Jill Breslin 6-0, 6-0.
Courtenay Chapman also finished in style by defeating Selia Mathew 6-1, 6-0.
www.olemiss.edu /news/dm/archives/99/9904/990420/990420Swyckoff.HTML   (684 words)

  
 Ancestors of Eugene Ashton ANDREW & Anna Louise HANISH Agnes SAINT JOHN ANDREW ANGERMUELLER HANISH STRUDELL Decendants
Agnes St. John (ARC 262-32) married Hugh de Courtenay 2nd Earl of Devon, son of Sir.
Agnes married 2nd Earl Hugh De Courtenay DEVON, Jr, son of Sir Hugh De COURTENAY, Sr and Eleanor Le DESPENSER, in 1292 in Exeter, Devonshire, England.
(2nd Earl Hugh De Courtenay DEVON, Jr was born on 14 Sep 1273-1275 in Okehampton, Devonshire, England, died on 23 Dec 1340 in Exeter, Devonshire, England and was buried on 5 Feb 1341 in Cowick, Exeter, Devonshire, England.)
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 Women in power 1150-1200
Her husband, Joscelin II de Courtenay lost most of the territory to Nur ad-Din of Aleppo in 1146 and in 1150 he was taken prisoner during an attempt to re-conquer the county, and Beatrice sold what was left of the area to the Byzantines.
After the death her ex-husband, king Amalrich in 1174, her son, Baudoin IV became king and she returned to Jerusalem were she became very influential even during the reign of her grandson, Baudoin V, and she was a leading figure in the "Court Party" which took part in the political manoeuvrings of the time.
She spend three years at the court of the king of France, who married her to the grandson of King Louis VI of France, Pierre II de Courtenay, Emperor of Constantinople (1216-19), and succeeded by her only daughter Mathilde, who was head of all three counties (1195-1257).
www.guide2womenleaders.com /womeninpower/Womeninpower1150.htm   (6567 words)

  
 Hugh de COURTENAY / Agnes ST JOHN
She apparently survived her husband, being commended in his will to loving obedience on the part of her sons, though her name is there disappointingly omitted.
On 8 March 1535, while under age, he was contracted to marry Margaret Hamerton, daughter of Sir Stephen Hamerton, but there is no record of the marriage ever taking place, and it is said that Margaret took her own life a few days before the expected marriage.
It is entirely possible that Agnes is the same as Ann, a younger daughter of Sir Stephen Hamerton, and she may also be the mother of Ellen, since Ellen and John named their first child Ann.
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 990422Sreports.HTML
Seniors Agnes Muzamel and Courtenay Chapman have helped the Lady Rebels achieve a top 10 national ranking and are looking forward to guiding them to the next level before they leave.
"When Agnes and I got here, the team was in the Top 25 and by the end of our freshman year, we were ranked No. 7 in the country," Chapman said.
"In addition to the fact that Agnes and Courtenay have contributed so much to our program in terms of our moving up the ladder of success, I appreciate what they have meant to me both as players and as people in that they've made me a better coach because they have worked hard," Montgomery said.
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 Crusader walkthrough
Agnes de Courtenay, mother of King Baldwin IV wonders about the auction's buyers with her lover, Heraclius, the Patriarch of Jerusalem at St. John's Hall.
Among those present are King Baldwin IV in his covered litter talking to his mother, Agnes de Courtenay.
Place Agnes de Courtenay as the Black Queen, Reynald de Chatillon as the Black Rook, Gerard de Ridefort as the Black Bishop.
www.gameboomers.com /wtcheats/pcCc/crusader.htm   (4484 words)

  
 Coumont, Hugonis Count Of --to-- Cowden, Etta
Courtenay, Egeline De (1287 - 10 Oct 1335)
Courtenay, Hugh De (25 Mar 1248 - 28 Feb 1291)
Courtenay, Hugh De (14 Sep 1273 - 23 Dec 1340)
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 www.myspace.com/agnesmusic
Agnes is a music project that i've been bouncing around in my head for a couple of years.
well i know i left a comment a few comments down but i was just curious if agnes is going to come out with a full length cd at all?
But seriously, Dave, I love the cd man. Agnes is my kind of music.
www.myspace.com /agnesmusic   (1277 words)

  
 Crocker ~ Ashley - Person Page 28
     Alice de Courtenay was the daughter of Peter of France and Elizabeth de Courtenay.
     Sir Hugh de Courtenay was the son of Hugh [Sir] de Courtenay and Eleanor or Ailenor le Despenser.
     Margaret de Courtenay was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Courtenay and Muriel de Moels.
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 Courtenay Society Archive Enquiries
Dorcas Courtney or Courtenay, Ireland to the U.S. circa 1717
I strongly suspect that there are many Courtenays who are descendants of Courtenays that were born on the " wrong side of the bedsheets" who are still members of the Courtenay family.
From this union sprang the Courtenays of Grange, possessing estates in the Counties of Antrim and Derry.
www.webcom.com /scourt/archive.htm   (9976 words)

  
 Astill Familytree32.12 - pafg137 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
He was buried in St Sepulcre Church Jeruslem.
He married Agnes De COURTENAY in 1148 in France.
Agnes De COURTENAY [Parents] was born in 1133 in Courtenay Loiret France.
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 Courtney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Agnes of Courtenay (c.1136–c.1184) was the daughter of Joscelin II of Courtenay
Charles Courtenay, Lord Courtenay (1975-) - American attorney and the son and heir of the 18th Earl of Devon
Joscelin I of Courtenay (?-1131) - Count of Edessa during its zenith, 1118-1131
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Courtenay   (766 words)

  
 Agnes Saint John
Agnes married Hugh de Courtenay Earl Of Devon in 1292.
(Hugh de Courtenay Earl Of Devon was born on 14 Sep 1273 in Okehampton,, Devonshire, England, died on 23 Dec 1340 in Exeter,, Devonshire, England and was buried on 5 Feb 1341 in Cowick, Devonshire, England.)
I do not update this one as oftem,but it is good for producting reports of ancestors and descendents.
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 Ancestors of Eugene Ashton ANDREW & Anna Louise HANISH Sir Philip COURTENAY ANDREW ANGERMUELLER HANISH STRUDELL ...
The numbers who died have been put as high as 2,000, but it seems more likely that the figure includes men sent home by royal license...Thesickness appears to have hit the generosi more freely than the rank and file.
Bishop Courtenay, Henry V's young and gifted friend, the eldest son of Sir Philip Courtenay of Powderham and a Devonshire landowner...[was] among those who died..."
Philip COURTENAY (AFN:8TSL-S3) Brother of Edward COURTENAY (AFN:9FNZ-HT).
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 Guy Kay: ZoomInfo Business People Information
Amalric took service with Agnes of Courtenay, Countess of Sidon and former wife of Amalric I of Jerusalem, and as rumour would have it, became her lover.
Guy of Lusignan married Agnes' daughter, Sibylla of Jerusalem, and so gained a claim to the kingdom of Jerusalem.
Amalric was among those captured with his brother after the disastrous Battle of Hattin in 1187.
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 Crocker ~ Ashley - Person Page 61
Child of Agnes St. John and Sir Hugh de Courtenay
Agnes was born circa 1527 at Fyfield, co. Essex, England.
     Agnes was born before 25 August 1588 (chr.
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 I3847: Agnes ( - )
"Agnes, 'daughter and heiress,' married Robert de Baskerville, Knight, of Erdisley (Eardisley) Castle, co. Hereford."
_John de COURTENAY _____ _Hugh de COURTENAY _
Children of Alberic II and Matilda of Clermont: Julia; Aelis; Agnes; Simon.
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 Religious Military Orders - by Brad A. Sand and Dr. Carl Edwin Lindgren
Joscelin III de Courtenay rushed word to the Princess Sibylla, and her husband Guy de Lusignan.
  The Constable Amalric de Lusignan was Guy’s brother; he had also shared the bed of Agnes de Courtenay, and owed his position to Sibylla and her mother.
The Seneschal Joscelin III de Courtenay secured the coastal cities under his control.
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