Walter de Beauchamp +
1William Ryland Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, Ancestral Roots Of Certain American Colonists Who Came To America Before 1700, 8th ed., p. 89 (2004).
"29. WALTER DE BEAUCHAMP, d. 1303, of Beauchamp's Court, in Alcester, co. Warwick, and Powyck, co. Worcester, Steward of the Household of King Edward I, Constable of Gloucester Castle; m. abt. 1275 (papal dispensation dtd. 1289) Alice de Toeni, lin. 1307, dau. of ROGER V TOENI (98-29) of Flamstead, co. Hertford, perh. by (1) Alice de Bohun, dau. of HUMPHREY DE BOHUN (97-28), 2nd Earl of Hereford & Essex. Alice de Toeni had as maritagium the manor of East Coulston, co. Wilts, which manor previously part of maritagium of her mother Alice de Bohun, (CP II: 46 note f; W.H. Bliss, ed., Cal. of Entries in the Papal Registrars: Papal Letters, 1:503 (calls Alice dau. Ralph de Toeni, apparent scribal error as that relationship chronologically impossible); Rev. C. Moor, Knights of Edward I, 1:74-74; Emma Mason, ed., The Beauchamp Cartulary Charters, pub. 1980 as Publ. Pipe Roll Soc., (n.s.) XLIII: pp. iviij-ix, 216).".