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Female Joan of Acre Plantagenet Cts de Gloucester Click to view Joan of Acre Plantagenet Cts de Gloucester in the family tree

Joan of Acre Plantagenet was born in 1272 in Acre, Palestine.  Joan of Acre Plantagenet's father was Edward I Longshanks King of England and her mother was Eleanora de Castile Cts de Ponthieu.  Her paternal grandparents were Henry III Plantagenet King of England and Eleanor Berenger de Provence; her maternal grandparents were St. Ferdinand III King of Castile & LeUn and Johanna de Dammartin Cts de Ponthieu. She had four brothers and eleven sisters, named John, Henry, Alfonso Plantagenet, Edward II of Caernarvon, Eleanor, Joan, Julian (Katherine), Margaret, Berengaria, Elizabeth, Beatrice, Blanche, Mary, Alice and Isabella. She had three half-brothers and a half-sister, named John de Botetourt, Thomas de Brotherton, Edmund Plantagenet of Woodstock and Eleanor.  She died at the age of 35 on April 23rd, 1307 in Clare, Suffolk, England.

Joan of Acre Plantagenet's family with Sir Gilbert the Red de Earl of Gloucester

‌Joan of Acre Plantagenet and Sir Gilbert the Red de were married in a religious ceremony on April 30th, 1290 in Westminster Abbey, London, England.

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