I would like to add a couple of titles to read before taking the references you listed as gospel. First, I would highly recommend reading: The false pedigree & arms of the family of Bacon of Suffolk : the ancestors of Sir Nicholas Bacon, of Francis Bacon (Lord Veralam), and of the present Premier Baronet critically examined and exposed by Walter Rye. The author, Walter Rye, exposes the pedigree cited by that Bacon branch, and so many people who trace their lineage through a relationship to Sir Nicholas Bacon in some way as "a myth," (Rye's term not mine). Rye is an established and highly regarded historian who compiled many record lists from original documents. He studied the British records thoroughly and he compiled many records regarding the Bacon family. Many of his manuscripts are available through the Norwich Records Office in Norfolk, England. This manuscript is available on microfilm through www.familysearch.org
Secondly, I would recommend reading the two wills I posted online that relate to the Baldwin book, The Descendants of Michael Bacon of Dedham, Massachusetts. Baldwin made an error in tracing back the ancestry of Michael. The father of Thomas Bacon (will dated 1535) of Helmingham was William Bacon (will dated 1492) who was married to a woman named Isabel at the time of his death. The father of William was John Bacon (will dated 1450) who was married to a woman named Ann at the time of his death. See link: http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.bacon/2019/mb.ashx
You would need to establish a royal heritage for John Bacon (will dated 1450) to be able to establish royal lineage for the descendants of Michael of Dedham.