Courtenay Family Histories and Biographies
Histories & Biographies
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"I Shall Not Pass This Way
William Ashmead Courtenay by Gail Moore Morrison:
"I SHALL NOT PASS THIS WAY AGAIN"
To the Louisville, Kentucky
branch of the Courtenay
Hercules Courtenay of
compiled by St. John Courtenay III, Sept. 1996:
"HERCULES COURTENAY of BALTIMORE, MARYLAND"
A narrative on the Irish branches
of the Courtenay
Family by Austin Matlack Courtenay:
THE COURTENAY FAMILY
The Courtenay Coat of Arms by
COURTENAY COAT OF ARMS
"The Courtenay Coal Torpedo"
by Joseph Thatcher, 1959:
THE COURTENAY COAL TORPEDO
Courtenay feature article
reprinted from the
by Frances M. Smith (Eleanor Lexington), 1921:
About Our Ancestors
"Viscount Courtenay's Petition
claiming the Earldom of Devon,
House of Lords Journal, Volume
63, 30 November 1830
"Obituary of the 3rd
Viscount, William Courtenay, 9th Earl of Devon
Born July 30, 1768, died Paris,
France, May 26, 1835, interred in family vault at Powderham Church,
June 12, 1835
Obituary published in the
Gentleman's Magazine, published in London, July 1835
"Edward Smith Courtenay, Esq. of
Southern Federalist, Defender of the Union"
In memory of:
Col. Charles Courtenay Tew,
Sergeant Alexander Black Courtenay,
Col. Edward Courtenay Bullock
COURTENAY FAMILY LOSSES
IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES
"The Courtenay Family in
by Philip Crossle, et al., Newry, Ireland, April 1904
with transciptions of notes,
letters, and other
genealogical material added
by St. John Courtenay III, 1993, Library of Congress catalog number
"The Courtenay Family In Ireland" (crossle.pdf) is
an Adobe Acrobat (Version 9) bookmarked PDF file.
"The Courtenay Family Gravestone at St. Patrick's
Newry, N. Ireland"
"The Mystery of Edward Courtenay m. Frances Moore"
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