- Born: Cir 1226-1230, Kent, England
- Marriage: Henry de Sandwich Constable of Dover Castle
- Died: 6 Nov 1280, Kent, England at age 54
Noted events in her life were:
• Family Background. 783
Of the immediate offspring of Sir William de Auberville, senior, who died about the year 1208, there is little to say. The charter by which he endowed the Abbey of Langdon mentioned a son William and daughter Emma, both of whom seem to have been then dead. There was, however, another son, named Hugh, who succeeded his father, but enjoyed his inheritance for a short time only, as he died in 1218. This second son left and heir named William, then under age, and whose wardship appears to have been thought of considerable value : for William de Ainesford who was its first purchser at "one thousand two hundred marks," was able in the following year, to sell it at a profit of another thousand marks to William Brewer. Sir William de Aubervile, junior, as he is usually styled, was the last heir-male, and with his death, which took place in 1245, expired the line of Auberville.
The manor now passed with estates to the family of Criol, or de Criol, at that time one of the most powerful families in Kent : for Joan, the only daughter and heiress of Sir William de Auberville, junior, married first (1247), Sir Henry de Sandwich , of Dent-de-lion, Thanet, by whom she had no (male) issue ; and secondly, Sir Nicholas de Criol.
~The History of Walmer and Walmer Castle, pp. 40-42
Joan married Henry de Sandwich Constable of Dover Castle, son of Simon de Sandwich and Unknown. (Henry de Sandwich Constable of Dover Castle was born in 1216-1220 in Preston, Kent, England and died before 20 Jun 1255 in Kent, England.)