Joan de Crewe
- Born: Crewe, Nantwich, Cheshire, England
- Marriage: Richard de Praers 713
- Died: Crewe, Nantwich, Cheshire, England
Another name for Joan was Jande de Crewe.
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 713
Amicia, who describes herself as the "widow of Thomas lord of Crue," and released to her daughter, Jane, by deed without date, all that she had in Crue, in right of her dower. The said Amicia, 26 Edward I., being then widow of Robert Thykeness, releases in her pure widowhood, to Richard de Praers and Jane, his wife, her daughter a grange, which she had for dower, after the death of Thomas de Crue, in Crue.
Ormerod's History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol.III, p. 306
In 24 Edward I, Joan, daughter of Thomas de Crue and her sister Avice, were summoned to vouch to David de rue a third of seven messuages and 40 acres of land in Crue; to Robert de Thykcnesse, a third of three messuages and 50 acres of land in Cure; to Sibyl de Crue, Patrik de Crue, and Thomas, son of Nicolas de Crue, and in Aston; also to others, lands in Nantwich, Aston, Horepull and Mannelegh, which Amicia, wife of Thomas Crue, claimed as dower.
Avice, the second daughter married Thomas Praers of Barthomley, and Joan married Thomas's brother Richard Praers. Joan and Richard had a son named Randle, who died with out issue, and another son Thomas, who held Crue. His daughter and heir, Elizabeth brought Crewe and other estates in marriage to Sir Robert Fouleshurst, a younger brother of the house of Fouleshurst of Edlaston.
~George Ormerod's History of County Palatine and City of Chester, Vol. III, p. 306
Joan married Richard de Praers, son of Randle Praers and Unknown.713 (Richard de Praers was born about 1275 in Barthomley, Natwich, Cheshire, England 713.)