Walter de Beauchamp
Walter was the son of William de Beauchamp.
He served in the first campaign against Llewelyn in Wales, in 1277, under William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick. Later, in 1298 he fought at the Battle of Falkirk, 1298, and was was present at the Siege of Caerlaverock in 1300.
His lands were forfeit, following absence without leave in Scotland, in 1306, but were later restored.
He fought at the Battle of Boroughbridge, 1322.
Walter appears in The Falkirk Roll, H84; The Caerlaverock Poem, K45; St George's Roll, E271, The Galloway Roll, GA46 & The Stirling Roll, ST15, where he bears
Gules a fess between six martlets or
Of those members of the Beauchamp family who bore the fess, the following appear in the database.
Walter de Beauchamp, his son, who in in The Galloway Roll, GA47, bears a fess dancetty argent in chief.
Guy de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, who died in 1315, in The Falkirk Roll, H52 & The Caelaverock Poem, K24
I have drawn the arms of William de Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, who died in 1298, crusilly. In fact the type and number of crosses differed greatly. These arms appear in The Camden Roll, D115 & St George's Roll, E45.
Another William de Beauchamp bears the fess alone in Glover's Roll, B81.
James de Beauchamp, in St George's Roll, E283, adds a label.
John de Beauchamp, in St George's Roll, E273, bears the field billetty.
William de Beauchamp, in The Galloway Roll, GA48, bears gules a fess between six martlets or a bordure indented argent