|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 9, page 481:
He [John de Neville (d. 1246)] m. Hawise, da. of Sir Robert DE COURTENAY, of Okehampton, Devon.(g)
B.M. Campbell Chr. viii/22. See ped. sub DEVON.
John and Hawise were married by mid February 1229/30, when John de Neville sought from Robert de Courtenay 11 librates of land in Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, which he had previously promised to give in marriage with Hawise [Curia Regis Rolls, vol. 13, p. 585]. Hawise's mother was Mary de Courtenay, who was living in 1250 [National Archives SC 7/64/2; online abstract in the National Archives catalogue].
[This evidence was provided by Douglas Richardson in November 2004.
The question was also discussed by Rosie Bevan.
Item last updated: 2 December 2004.]