William de Mohun
- Marriage: Godeheut de Toeni 141,160
- Died: 1176 141
Information about this person:
• Background Information. 141
William de Mohun, second, by first surving son and heir. He first comes into notice circa 1142, when he attested to his father's charter to bruton. the Empress Maud's grant of earldom to his father apparently was not recognized by Stephen, for William is never styled Earl. he was the benefactor to his father's foundation at Brunton and confirmed the gifts of his father and grandfather at Bath. He married Godehold, sometimes called Godehut. He died in 1176 and Godehut appear to have died by 1186.
~ Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. IX, (Mohun), p. 18
• Background Information. 160
William de Mohun, seein in 1142 and dead in 1176, held the barony of Dunster, Somerset. He married Godehut de Toeni who died before 1186, and was the daughter of Roger III de Toeni, lord of Flamstead, Hertfordshire, by his wife, Ida de Hainaut, daughter of Baldwin III, Count of Hainaut. Godehut's maritagium, the manor of Brinkley, Cambridge, shows her identity to be Toeni. This manor came into possession of the Toeni family upon the marriage of Godeheut's grandmother Alice of Northumberland to Ralph IV de Toeni.
~Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 143:25
William married Godeheut de Toeni, daughter of Roger de Toeni seigneur de Conches and Ida de Hainault 141.,160 (Godeheut de Toeni died in 1186.)