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Female Princess Joan of England Click to view Princess Joan of England in the family tree

Joan was born about 1188 in London, Middlesex, England.  Joan's father was King John ("Lackland") I of England and her mother is Agatha de Ferrers.  Her paternal grandparents were King Henry Curtmantle FitzEmpress ("Plantagenet") Plantagenet II of England and Princess Eleanor of Aquitaine; her maternal grandparents were Earl Walkelin de Ferrieres V of Derby and Sybil de Braose. She had three half-brothers and two half-sisters, named Henry, Richard, Richard, Joan and Eleanor.  She died in February 1237 in Aberconwy, Arllechwedd Isaf, Caernarvonshire, Wales.  She was buried in Llan-faes, Dindaethwy, Anglesey, Wales.

Joan's family with Prince Llewelyn Fawr ("the Great") ap Iowerth of Wales

‌Joan and "the Great" were married in a religious ceremony after April 16th, 1205 in England.  They had a son and five daughters, named Llywelyn, "the Dark", "Ddu", Elen, Angharad, Margred and Marared Drwyndon.

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