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Courtenay, Henry, marquess of Exeterlocked

  • J. P. D. Cooper


Courtenay, Henry, marquess of Exeter (1498/9–1538), nobleman and courtier, was the eldest surviving son of William Courtenay, earl of Devon (c. 1475–1511) [see under Courtenay, Edward (d. 1509)], and Katherine (1479–1527), sixth daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth, née Woodville.


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