Blanche (d. 21 Jul 1409), contract to marry Edward de Montagu (d. ante Feb 1369) "fell through." She married (1) John de Segrave, (2) Sir Robert Bertram, (3) Thomas, 2nd Lord Poynings, (4) Sir John de Worth, (5) Sir John Wiltshire
Eleanor, married (1) Sir Roger de la Warre, 3rd Lord la Warre, (2) Sir Lewis de Clifford, KG
Joan died 7 Jul 1349, of the Black Death, and was buried at Byland Abbey ("Bellanda"), YKS, before the High Altar
Burial of Joan, wife of Sir John de Mowbray, 3rd Lord Mowbray:
His (John de Mowbray's) wife Joan, "died 7 July . On 3 Sept. 1349, he granted a moiety of the advowson of Bubwith, Yorkshire to the abbot and convent of Byland for the salvation of the soul of his wife, Joan, who was buried before the high altar of Byland Abbey, Yorkshire."
Note: Byland Abbey is located near the village of Byland with Wass in North Yorkshire. Founded by the Mowbray family. In the present location, it dates from 1177. The Abbey was closed by Henry VIII in 1538 in the Dissolution of the Monasteries. The Abbey is now a quality ruin and quite a lot of the remains show that the church was enormous. When it was built, it was the largest Cistercian church in England, with masonry of the highest quality. The Abbey remains include one of the largest cloisters in England, with many beautifully constructed details.
↑ 1.01.11.21.3 Charles Cawley. Joan, entry in "Medieval Lands" database (accessed 18 April 2019).
↑Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, Volume 49, p 595 (dispensation)
Lewis, (n.d.). "Joan Plantagenet." Source citations include Richardson's Magna Carta Ancestry, Vol II, pp 526-527, 529, 581-582; Vol. III, pp. 202-203; Plantagenet Ancestry, pp 401, 424-426, 530-531, 552; Vol. III, p. 466-467; and Royal Ancestry, Vol. III, pp 460-461; Vol. IV, pp 182-183, 260, 265, and 486. Note - because of the style used for footnotes, facts can appear to be attributed to Richardson, when they are not stated by Richardson.
↑Royal Ancestry, Vol IV, p 183 MOWBRAY #5 John de Mowbray (Richardson)
The Black Death reference was in the Death Location field and was simply transferred to the Biography so the data would not be lost when that field was corrected as per instructions from Liz on Magna Carta email. It can be marked "Uncertain" if desired.
cause of death needs a source. "of the Black Death" was added to bio in section sourced to her MedLands entry (which does not give cause of death). A second footnote to the paragraph is to Lewis, who also does not give cause of death.
I've been working with profile managers as to whether or not they want a background image, and in doing so have worked on getting a primary image for the profile (displays in the upper left of the profile page instead of the generic silhouette of a man or woman).
Any suggestions for Joan? I'm not that well versed about arms, but would it be appropriate for her profile to have the same primary photo as her father?
Let me know (by private message or post to my profile page - I don't receive notice of posts to this page).