Name: Joan De Stuteville
Change Date: 26 APR 2006
Co heir of father.
By the time of the Domesday book (1086), at Cottingham, Yorkshire, there was a mill, several fisheries (5000 eels annually apparently) and a mill. The land was generally well cultivated. At this time Cotting was owned by the Stuteville family. This rule ended in 1215 (no male descendants) and the heiress (Joan), married into the 'Wake' family (Hugh). In 1349, another descendant, Thomas Wake died, again leaving no heir, and the manor passed to his neice (another Joan), known as the Fair Maid of Kent, who married Edward the Black Prince.
In 1086 an estate of 1? carucate in Stillingfleet, Yorkshire, which had been held before the Conquest by Ranchil, was in the possession of Hugh son of Baldric. (Footnote 60) It apparently passed soon after, with the rest of Hugh's Yorkshire estates, to Robert de Stutville (fl. 1089), (Footnote 61) in whose family it descended until it passed to Hugh Wake on his marriage with Joan, daughter of Nicholas de Stutville (d. 1233).
Father: Nicholas De Stuteville b: 1191
Mother: Devorguille Of Galloway
- Baldwin Wake b: 1236 in Blisworth, Northants
- Hugh Wake b: ABT 1240 in Deeping, Lincolnshire
- Isabella Wake b: in Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Hugh Bigod b: 1211
- Joan Bigod
- Type: Book
Periodical: Victoria County History of Yorkshire