Catherine de Courtenay
- Marriage: Richard de Wrenbury
- Died: Cheshire, England
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 720
Phillip de Egerton was honoured with the shrievalty of his county in 1295. He added to the patrimonial lands by marriage with Margaret, daughter of Richard de Wrenbury, by Katharine, daughter of the Lady Matilda de Courtray. Margaret, brought her portion of all the lands of her mother in Wrenbury and to her husband Phillip. This included the lands in Wardle or Wardhull, called Wardel Park and a place called the Breres. To these land in Burwardesley, which he obtained in the reign of Henry III from William, son of Robert Patric, as appears by a charter among the original evidences at Eaton Hall. Phillip died before Margaret in 1316, leaving a son and heir, David as well as other children.
~County Families of Lancashire & Cheshire, pg. 120-121
Catherine married Richard de Wrenbury.
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