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Surname Dawney (d'Auney)
First name John
Nickname  
Dating 1370?
Location Sheviock
Life dates 1302 - +1346
Title Knight-Banneret
Close relatives father - Nicholas Dawney (d.1333/4)
wife - Sybil Treverbin
child - Emmeline DAUNEY (1328-1372)
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St Mary, Sheviock, Cornwall, England
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
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between 1350 and 1370, north and south transepts were built by Lady Emmeline Dawney and Sir Edward Courtney

Two late 14th century tombs are thought to be of three members of the Courtenay family

Корнуолл, Англия. Sir Edward Courtenay 1372 St Mary's Church, Sheviock, Cornwall

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Tomb recess under window by rood stair, with effigy of a knight, Sir Hugh Courtenay, c. 1375, on tomb-chest with quatrefoil decoration

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a tomb-chest that probably once stood in the N. transept, features the effigy of another knight, identified in the notes in the church as the brother of Lady Emiline

John settled in Sheviock and was made a Knight-Banneret by King Edward III at Cressy (Sir John de Dawney). He married Sybil Treverbin. His only child and heir Emmeline b abt 1334, married Edward Courtney and carried the possessions of the Dawneys into the family of Earls of Devon

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Another feature are the best 14th century tombs in Cornwall – Courtenays and Dawney.
The former are on the south wall of the south transept under their original canopy.
The Dawney tomb is on the north wall of the north aisle opposite where the north transept stood.

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"There are three effigies found i the chrch of Sheviocke, two under a canopy in the south ransept, and one in in the north aisle. The two figures in the transept are considered to represent (first figure) Sir Edward Courtenay (ob. vita patris 1372)
"The single effigy in the north aisle may be assigned to be Sir John Dawney (ov. 1334), the father of the Lady Emmeline Courtenay, by his wife Sibella, daughter of Hugh de Treverby."

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Two effigies under a canopy in the south transept in the parish church of St. Peter and St. Paul at Sheviock, Cornwall, of a knight in gilded armour and his lady are considered to represent Sir Edward Courtenay and his wife, Emeline Dawney. A third effigy of a knight in the north aisle is said to represent Emeline's father, Sir John Dawney

изображенный костюм можно отнести к концу 1360-х
between 1350 and 1370, north and south transepts were built by Lady Emmeline Dawney (+1371/2, Sheviock) and Sir Edward Courtney (по разным данным умер Between 1 Apr 1361 and 2 Feb 1368 или 1372)
Отец Emmeline Dawney - John Dawney (1302 - 1346), она была его единственной наследницей. Edward & Emmeline's son (also Edward) became Earl after his grandfather's death. He was made Earl Marshall of England in 1385 and was buried at Tiverton in 1419 и не подходит к нашему варианту.
Таким образом, к предполагаемой датировке идеально подходят два рыцаря - Sir Edward Courtney (+1361-1372) и John Dawney (+1346) (мой дядька). Надгробия изготовлены одновременно в 1360-х годах. Но, возможно, памятники были изготовлены после их смерти их сыном, поэтому костюмы на памятниках одинаковы

 

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Personal Data
Surname Courteney (Courtnay)
First name Edward
Nickname  
Dating 1372
Location Sheviock
Life dates + between 1 Apr 1361 and 2 Feb 1368 или 1372
Title  
Close relatives wife - Emmeline Dawney (1328-1371/2, Sheviock)
Type of the object tomb effigy
Place of manufacturing
(place of burial)
 
Place of exposition St Mary, Sheviock, Cornwall, England
Date of manufacturing  
Artist
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Sir Edward Courtenay
1372
St Mary's Church, Sheviock, Cornwall, England

Edward Courtenay 1372 effigy 1375
Sheviock - St Mary

Sir Edward's father was the Earl of Devon. Edward & Emmeline's son (also Edward) became Earl after his grandfather's death. He was made Earl Marshall of England in 1385 and was buried at Tiverton in 1419

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