1) Nadjia Fertout-Mouri, (1) Ali Latreche, Coheir
Mehdadi, (2) FawziaToumi-Benali and (3) Djilali Bassou
You have desired me and sought me with your whole soul; therefore henceforth you shall be my brother, my friend, the coheir
of my glory.
The implications of this "lost forgotten Doury" (RR, 55) are particularly revolutionary: the inheritance not only grants Lead status as a spiritual authority surpassing earlier ones but also, as we shall see, ultimately provides her with the quality of co-deification and a position as coheir
with the Lord.
29) John de Clinton, 1st Lord Clinton, married c 1290 Ida, sister and coheir
of Edmund d'Odingsells, and eldest daughter of William d'Odingsells of Maxstoke, with whom he, John de Clinton, acquired the castle and lordship of Maxstoke.
In one instance, Walter Manny and Margaret, widow of Lord Segrave, daughter and coheir
of Thomas of Brotherton, earl of Norfolk, were guilty of simply marrying, or in their case, intermarrying, without royal licence at some point in the mid 1350s -- though one must wonder if the king was not also somewhat perturbed at a wealthy titled heiress marrying beneath her station without royal consent.
Born the eldest son of Richard Neville, Earl of Salisbury, and Alice, daughter of Thomas Montacute (November 22, 1428); created Earl of Warwick since his wife Anne was sister and coheir
of Henry Beauchamp, Duke and Earl of Warwick (1450); with his father, became a supporter of Richard Duke of York (1453); took up arms on Richard's behalf against Henry VI and the Duke of Somerset (1455); won distinction at the battle of St.
Moreover, Isabella's sister and coheir
, another Idonea (1262-1333), died without issue and left her inheritance to Isabella's grandchild, Robert, to whom she was great aunt.