Sir Robert de Courtenay
Sir Robert de Courtenay, Knight, born 1183, of Okehampton, Devonshire, England. He married Mary de Redvers, daughter of Sir William de Redvers 5th Early of Devon in 1209. He is the present sheriff of Devon, as well as Baron of Oakhampton and an Uncle by …
Young Henry Blackbanner is the son of the Norman Knight Sir [[:sir-oswald-blackbanner | Sir Oswald Blackbanner]] His mother perished in childbirth along with his young sister in 1214 A.D., leaving him an only child, his father thus far refusing to …
Sir Oswald Blackbanner
A distinguished Norman Knight, Sir Oswald's Great-Grandfather rode with the William the Conqueror himself. He was an ally of the Crown in the recent Baronial War, and was further rewarded by King John for said loyalty.
He holds himself as a Knight …
Sir Williamn Paynel
Born in 1174, Willam is the son of the previous, rather contentious Baron, Fulk II Paynel. He is married to Alice Brewer, the 4th Daughter of the rather famous Willam Brewer, and thus holds some political allegiance there. He became the Baron in 1208. …
Henry de Tracy
Born 1197, the young Henry De Tracy is one of the younger Barons of Devon, inheriting through circumstances the Barony of Barnstaple in it's entirety, though it had been split in the previous generation. A skilled hand at the sword, the young De Tracy …
Henry IV de Pomeroy
Born in 1192, he became the Baron at the age of Nineteen in 1211. He is married to Joan de Valletort, and they have a single son, also named Henry, born in 1215.