Courtenay of Tremere
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The Courtenay family of Tremere were a cadet line of the influential Devon family seated at Powderham and part of the House of Courtenay. The family is descended from Sir Philip Courtenay, the son of Hugh de Courtenay, the 10th Earl of Devon. The Tremere line began with Richard Courtenay of Lostwithiel, who settled at Tremeer in Lanivet, Cornwall, UK.
John Courtenay of Tremere
John Courtenay of Tremere was an MP.