Joan de Eyton
- Marriage: Adam de Peshale 732
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 732
Sometime before the death of his brother Richard, Adam married Joan, daughter of John de Eyton and widow of Sir Henry de Cresswalle or Kerswell. According to a Chancery Inquisition of 20 Edward III (1346), that after the death of Sir Henry de Cresswalle, John de Eyton took the Manor of Bishops Offley into his own hands and until Adam de Peshale married his daughter Joan. Adam and Joan had several children.
Adam died in 1352. His wife Joan survived him and was still living in 1377. In 1348, Joan along with her son John, petition the King for the return of Adam's lands that were confiscated by the Sheriff on Adam's death.
Children of Adam and Joan:
Richard, eldest who made a good marriage and rose to an important position in the county
Adam who settled in Weston
Sir Hammond who acquired the Manor of Willey by his marriage to Alice daughter of Sir Robert Harley
Roger who married Joan de Knightley, and they had a daughter named Joan who married William Lee, a lawyer of Birmingham. Roger de Peshale was killed in 1354 by John Bougy, Thomas de Crewebarwe and Robert le Roo of Tulford.
Isabelle, married Thomas Gech de Newport of High Ercall, Shropshire, and they had a son named Thomas de Newport
~ The Parshall Family, A.D. 870-1913, p. 67-74
Joan married Adam de Peshale, son of Adam de Peshale and Alice de.732 (Adam de Peshale died in 1352 in Staffordshire, England 732.)