Richard Seigneur de Beaumont
- Marriage: Lucie de l'Aigle 160
- Died: After 1194
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 141
Robert de Toeni married Constance, daughter of Richard de Beaumont, Seigneur of Beaumont, hereditary vicomte of Maine (usually styled Vicomte de Beaumont). Constance, whose sister Ermengard married William the Lion, King of Scotland, brought her husband in free marriage the manor of Ailrichescot (South Tawton) in Devon, which Henry I had given in free marriage with her grandmother, his illegitimate daughter Constance, to Roscelin de Beaumont, styled Vicomte de Beaumont. She seems to have possessed considerable influence and to have enjoyed favor with John; but the King of France confiscated her Norman lands. Roger was living, 29 December 1208, but died shortly afterwards, probably in January 1208/9. His widow had Stratfield restored to her after his death. She was living in 1226 across the seas.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition,(Tony), Vol. XIIA, p. 765-769
• Background Information. 160
Richard I Beaumont was grandson of King Henry I by Henry's natural daughter, Constance who married his father Roscelin (Raoul). Richard was the hereditary viscount of Maine, Seigneur of Beaumont-lle-Vicomte, Fresnay and Ste.-Suzanne. Richard married Lucie de l'Aigle, d. after 1217, daughter of Richard II de l'Aigle, Sire de Egenoul. Constance de Beaumont, their daughter, married Sir Roger IV de Toeni, Knight.
~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 198:25-27
Richard married Lucie de l'Aigle, daughter of Richard Seigneur de l'Aigle and Judith d’Avranches.160 (Lucie de l'Aigle died after 1217 160.)