Note: (i) Muriel, aged 15 in 1337, who married, without licence, after her father's death and before the inquisition on his lands, Sir Thomas de Courtenay, for which they received pardon 27 August 1337. On 6 October 1337, Thomas de Courtenay having done fealty, he and Muriel received their pourparty of her father's lands, and on 3 March 1337/8 their pourparty of knights' fees. In 1349, on the death of her aunt Margaret, late wife of Nicholas de Moels, Muriel received her share of the dower lands. Muriel and Thomas had one son, Hugh, who died s.p. and two daughters, (a) Muriel, who m. Sir John de Dinham (see DINHAM), and (b) Margaret, who margaret Sir Thomas Peverel, and had two daughters (i) Eleanor, who m. Sir William Talbot and died s.p., and (ii) Catherine, who married Sir Walter Hungerford (see HUNGERFORD). [Complete Peerage IX:8]
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