Note: Robert de Courtenay; feudal Lord of Okehampton and Sutton Courtenay; Sheriff of Devon and Oxon, Castellan of Exeter and Oxford, inherited 31 July 1219 from his mother the great Honour of Okehampton in Devon, amounting to 92 knights' fees; King John granted him the right to coin tin in Devon and Cornwall in 1215. [Burke's Peerage]
While Ancestral Roots names Robert a Baron of Okehampton, Burke's Peerage states that he was a feudal Lord of Okehampton.
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