|Death: ||Jan. 18, 1393|
Sir Nicholas de Goushill, of Hoveringham and Barlborough. Born about 1316, died January 18, 1393 and buried in the south aisle of Hoveringham Church. His loyal service to Edward III in France, Scotland and Ireland were to his benefit when he was charged with the many acts of criminal damage, mayhem and theft over the years, including murderous assault (with his son, Sir Robert) upon one William Birkes, he obtain a royal pardon almost immediately. He was a knight by 1345 and served in many expeditions including that in Brittany 1342-1343, in the Low Countries 1338-9, the Scottish Marches in 1340, and Brittany 1360. The name of his wife is not known.
Robert Goushill (1350 - 1403)*
St Michael Churchyard
Plot: South Aisle of St. Michael's Church
Created by: Mad
Record added: Dec 22, 2010
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