Joan de Cornhill
- Born: Abt 1189, Bolebrook, East Grinstead, Sussex, England
- Marriage: Hugh de Neville 141
- Died: after Dec 1224 and Before Apr 1230, Essex, England 141
Noted events in her life were:
• Background Information. 1241
Joan, the eldest daughter of Alicia de Cource, and coheir of Margaret, married Hugh de Neville, and took with her the dower of the "capital Lordship of Stoke Courcy." This Hugh de Neville was called "the elder," and was Chief Justice of the Forests of of the Forests of England, south of Trent, 1224.
~Forests and Deer Parks of the County of Somerset, p. 60
• Background Information. 141
Hugh de Neville married, 1st, before 30 Apr 1200, Joan, daughter and heir of Henry de Cornhill, the son of Gervase Fitz Roger de Cornill, by his wife Alice de Courcy. Joan de Cornhill was the coheir of her mother, was living in Dec 1224, and provided for her burial at Waltham Abbey.
~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IX, (Neville), p. 481
Joan married Hugh de Neville, son of Ralph de Neville and Lady Rafin.141 (Hugh de Neville was born about 1175 in Hallingbury, Bishop's Stortford, Essex, England, died before 21 Jul 1234 in Great Wakering, Essex, England 170 and was buried about 1234 in Wltham, Essex, England 170.)