- Born: Abt 1270, , , England
- Marriage: Sir Alexander DE WALCOTT  about 1300 in , , England
- Died: , , England
Another name for Joan was Jane, Joanna.
"... In 1286, Alexander de Walcott, son of Walter de Walcott, and his brother Thomas had 16 messuages, 120 acres (0.49 km2) of land, 12 acres (49,000 m2) of pasture, 31 acres (130,000 m2) of wood in Eccles, Hempstead, Palling and Stalham.
Alexander de Walcott was lord of West Hall in 1302, a lord in Walcott in 1315, and in 1316 he and his wife (Maud) held West Hall.
Alexander de Walcott presented his brother Hugh as Rector of Walcott church in 1302 and presented John de Walcott as Rector of Walcott church in 1322.
There is confusion about whom Alexander de Walcott married. Francis Bloomfield states that in 1333 he was married to Joan and paid 15 marks to the King for an interest in Hempstead. However, he is also noted as being married to Maud and had four daughters called Cecilia, Elizabeth, Mariota and Margaret. Possibly he was married twice.
In 1340 Alexander de Walcott conveyed his right in West Hall in Walcott to Sir Walter de Walcott [A], his son Alexander de Walcott died in 1341. ..."
"(5) Sir Alexander de Walcote, c.1265-c.1340. In 1273 William le Gerner placed in trust for Alexander and Thomas de Walcott, sons of Walter de Walcott, numerous properties in Eccles, Hempstead, Palling, and Stalham, all in Happing Hundred. Alexander de Walcote held one quarter knight's fee in Walcote and a tenth of a fee at North Burlingham and was lord of West Hall at Walcott in 1302. In 1315 Thomas de Walcote quitclaimed to Alexander their land at Walcott. In 1317, Ralph le Strange conveyed to Alexander de Walcote and Maude, his wife, land and the advowson at Little Snorring, with remaindure to their daughters, Elizabeth, Marian, and Margaret. In 1323 Alexander de Walcote conveyed to Walter de Walcote and Margaret his wife land at Little Snoring,Thrysford, and Berney and the manor and advowson of Little Snoring. In 1331, Alexander de Walcote granted land in Hempstead, with the advowson, to his sons, Walter de Walcote and Thomas his brother, retaining land and rents in Walcott and Burlingham. In 1337 and 1339 Sir Thomas de Roselyn deeded to Alexander de Walcote another portion of the manor of Walcote with the advowson of the church there. Alexander deeded Wolcott to Walter de Walcote in 1399. Alexander m. (1) Maude le Strange, by whom 4 daughters, and (2) Joan, by whom he had 2 additional children.
(6) Cecilia de Walcote, c.1290-c.1316.
(6) Elizabeth de Walcote, c.1293-.
(6) Marian de Walcote, c.1295-.
(6) Margaret de Walcote, c.1300-.
(6) Sir Walter de Walcott, c.1300-1356, lord of Walcott; m. Millicent de Gunton c.1330. ..."
Joan married Sir Alexander DE WALCOTT  [MRIN: 260], son of Sir Walter DE WALCOTE  and Lucy , about 1300 in , , England. (Sir Alexander DE WALCOTT  was born about 1265 in Walcott, Norfolk, England and died in 1341 in , , England.)