- Born: Abt 1304, Castle Cary, North Cadbury, Somerset, England
- Marriage: Sir John de Moels Knight 141
Weis's Ancestral Roots. Sir Thomas de Courteney, son of Sir Hugh de Courteney and Agnes St. John, d. 1356, 4th son, of Woodhuish and Dunterton, Deven and Wootton Courtenay and Cricket Malherbe, Somerset; m. by 1337, Muriel Moels, daughter of Sir John de Moels by wife Joan Lovel, daughter of Sir Richard Lovel, Lord Lovel of Castle Cary, Somerset. 160
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• Background Information. 141
Sir John de Moels, 4th Baron de Moels, married Joan, daughter of Richard 1st Lord Lovel [of Castle Cary] by Muriel, daughter and heir of Sir John de Soules. He died s..p.m., before 21 August 1337. On 1 Sept1337 custody of his lands was granted to Thomas de Ferrars and Thcobald de Mounteney. At his death the Barony of Moels is held, according to modern doctrine, to have fallen into abeyance between his two daughters and coheirs, who were both born in Dorset.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IX, pp. 7-8
Joan married Sir John de Moels Knight, son of John de Moels Baron of Moels and Maud de Grey. 141(Sir John de Moels Knight was born in Marnhull, Dorset, England and died in 1337 in Somerset, England 160.)