Joan de Verdun (1303 - 1334) MP

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Birthplace: Wootton,Stanton Lacy,Shropshire,England
Death: Died in Alton, Staffordshire, England
Cause of death: Died-in childbirth
Managed by: James Frederick Pultz
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About Joan de Verdun

http://1066.co.nz/library/battle_abbey_roll3/subchap134.htm

Theobald II., his only surviving son—John, the eldest, had died in Ireland during his lifetime—was the second and last Lord Verdon, and Justiciar of Ireland in 1312. He was twice married; first, to Maud, daughter of Edmund Lord Mortimer of Wigmore, by whom he had two sons that died young, and three daughters; and secondly, to one of the co-heirs of the great Honour of Clare, Elizabeth, third daughter of Gilbert Earl of Gloucester by Joan of Acres, daughter of Edward I., and widow of John de Burgh, Earl of Ulster. This last marriage took place in 1315, and he died the year following at Alton Castle, in the thirty-fourth year of his age, leaving his wife, in Scriptural language, "great with child." The child proved a fourth daughter, and thus, for the second time, the name perished in the elder line, and the great fief of Verdon was split up among co-heiresses.

Joan

, who, as the eldest of these richly-dowered sisters, had the ancestral seat, Alton Castle, and the Staffordshire honour, married Lord Furnival, and died in childbed in 1334. Elizabeth, the second, had the castle and fief of Ewyas-Lacy in Herefordshire, with Stoke-upon-Terne in Shropshire, and married Bartholomew de Burghersh. Margery, the third, had another great Herefordshire estate, the honour and castle of Weobley, with Heath in Oxfordshire, and was three times married: first to William le Blund; secondly to Marcus Husee; and thirdly to John Crophull. The posthumous Isabel—to all appearance the most slenderly portioned of the four—had certain manors in Shropshire and Staffordshire, and was the wife of Lord Ferrers of Groby.

The following is a DIFFERENT profile:

JOAN de Furnivalle

'''daughter of WILLIAM de Furnivalle Lord Furnivalle & his Thomasine de Dagworth of Dagworth, Suffolk née ---'''
(1368-before 1401, bur Worksop Priory). 

From Medlands:

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLISH%20NOBILITY%20MEDIEVAL2.htm#MatildaNevilledied1423

She succeeded as Baroness Furnivalle, suo iuris. 

She married as first wife Thomas second son of John Neville --------------------

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Joan De VERDON (AFN: 9GWZ-78) Pedigree

Sex: F Family

Event(s)

Birth: Abt 1300

<Of, Alton, , England>

Parents

Marriage(s)

Spouse: Thomas FURNIVAL (AFN: 9GWZ-63) Family

Marriage: 24 Feb 1317/1318

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Joan de Verdun's Timeline

1303
August 9, 1303
Wootton,Stanton Lacy,Shropshire,England
August 11, 1303
(31-1334), Onibury, Shropshire, England
August 11, 1303
Onibury, Shropshire, England
August 11, 1303
Onibury, Shropshire, England
August 11, 1303
Onibury,Shrop,England
1317
April 28, 1317
Age 13
England
1318
February 24, 1318
Age 14
Shropshire,England
1320
1320
Age 16
1322
June 22, 1322
Age 18
Alton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
1323
1323
Age 19
Cubley,,Derbyshire,England