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From: "Todd A. Farmerie" <>
Subject: Re: Champernoun/Champernowne - an RPA omission?
Date: Sat, 27 Nov 2004 16:41:17 -0700
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Martin E. Hollick wrote:
> Could you please post your sources for this? I descend from these
> people and I have Joan de Okeston as the wife of Richard Champernoun,
> not Joan of Cornwall.
Joan was sister of James de Okeston (Oxton), who was son of Alexander de
Okeston and Joan (de Valletort, widow of Reginald de Valletort and
mistress of Earl Richard. Pole, though, sites a document whereby
Edmund, Earl of Cornwall, legitimate son of Earl Richard, grants some
wood to Richard Champernoun and his wife Joan, sister of Edmund.
> PA3 (I know not your favorite book) says Joan
> of Cornwall married John Howard (p. 233). I would like a chance at
> reconciling the differences here.
IIRC, this Joan is niece of the other, daughter of Richard, son of Earl
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