- Marriage: Nicholas de Haversham 1203
- Died: After 1274, Leicestershire, England 1246
~The History and Antiquities of the County of Buckingham, Volume 4, p. 187, Pedigree of Haversham, Nicholas de Haversham, ob. 2 Edw. I seised of Haversham Manor, leaving Maud sole daughter and heir, aged on half year, married to Joane. Joane had dover in Haversham and in Clybrook, Co. Northampton, from Arnald de Bosco, held by military service as Senschall of the Honour of Perverell, [Rot. Claus. 1 Edw. I dated at Winchester, 26 Jan] being of her mother's inheritance. 1203
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• Background Information. 1246
Nicholas de Haversham, who gained a grant of the manor of Haversham manor of Claybrooke from Ernald de Bosco (brother-in-law). Nicholas Haversham had issue by his wife, Emma Bosco, of one son also named Nicholas Haversham. The second Nicholas Haversham died in 1274, leaving by his wife Joan, who survived her husband, an only daughter and heir, Matilda, an infant under 12 months old.
Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological Society, Volume XII, "Claybrooke," p. 206
Joane married Nicholas de Haversham, son of Nicholas de Haversham and Emma de Bois.1269 (Nicholas de Haversham was born in Haversham, Buckinghamshire, England and died in 1274 in Haversham, Buckinghamshire, England 1203,1204.)