|Spouse||Köchü Khatun (Buka Ujin)|
Toqoqan was a member of the ruling family of the Mongol Empire. He was a son of the Khan of the Golden Horde, Batu. Through his father, he was also a great-grandson of the Mongol emperor Genghis Khan. Though Toqoqan never reigned himself, many subsequent Khans were descended from him.
His chief wife was Köchü Khatun, also known as Buka Ujin of the Oirats. Her father (or possibly brother) was Buqa-Temür, who was himself a grandson of Genghis Khan through his daughter Checheikhen.
- Marco Polo, trans. by Sharon Kinoshita, The Description of the World (2016), p.XXXIV
- Rashid al-Din - Universal History, Vol. II, p. 102
- Anne F. Broadbridge, Women and the Making of the Mongol Empire (2018), p.241
- George Qingzhi Zhao, Marriage as Political Strategy and Cultural Expression: Mongolian Royal Marriages from World Empire to Yuan Dynasty (2001), p.141
- Rashid al-Din, trans. by John Andrew Boyle, The Successors of Genghis Khan (1971), p.109-110
- David Morgan, The Mongols, p. 224