|Death: ||Sep. 27, 1194|
Renaud de Courtenay, married Hawise de Courcy, daugher and heir of William de Courcy by Maud d'Avranches, lady of Oakhampton, and daughter of Robert d'Avranches, lord of Oakhampton.
Renaud was in great favor with Henry II, was with him in his wars, and esteemed a noble and valiant warrior, and was witness to many of his deeds and charters. By Hawise, he had three sons and one daughter: Robert, Reginald, Henry and Egeline de Courtenay, the wife of Gilbert Basset, Baron of Heddington, by whom she had a son, Thomas, who died young, and a daughter, Eustachia, who married Richard de Camvil, by whom she had one daughter, Idonea, who married William Longspee, Earl of Salisbury, and natural son of Henry II by Rosmond Clifford.
Renaud was the son of Renauld de Courtenay
Renauld de Courtenay (____ - 1164)
Hawise De Courcy De Courtenay (1135 - 1209)*
Robert de Courtenay (1183 - 1242)*
Egeline de Courtenay (____ - 1213)*
Renauld de Courtenay (____ - 1194)
Elizabeth De Courtenay (1127 - 1205)*
Note: Forde Abbey was in Devon until 1842, when it passed to Dorset, and is now within the limits of Chard, Somerset. Find A Grave contributor Todd Whitesides
West Dorset District
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Record added: Aug 19, 2010
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