Robert Goushill was removed as her son August 23, 2015. With three daughters born of her (brief) marriage to Robert Goushill (Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry says Joyce & her two sisters sued their uncle Nicholas Goushill in 1408), it's doubtful that Robert was also hers. He is still attached as her husband's son.
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Royal Ancestry by Douglas Richardson Vol. IV page 188
↑ Tierney, M. A.. The history and antiquities of the castle and town of Arundel : including the biography of its earls, from the conquest to the present time. London: G. and Note: Vol. 2 t.p. missing.
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Verified from the Genealogy worksheets compiled by Ralph Pryor during his 40 years of research, traveling extensively in the military and in retirement. Entered by Greg Rose, Grandson.
↑ Thomas de Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk executed Elizabeth's father.
↑ Elizabeth de Bohun's father: William, 1st Earl of Northampton
↑ William Mantacute's father: William, 2nd Earl of Salisbury; Montecute's Age: 18 Her Age: 7
↑ marriage to Sir Thomas Mowbray as his second wife in July 1384 per #Richardson
↑ entry replaces previous one of unknown source: m.2 1394 Thomas Mowbray, 1st Duke of Norfolk (c.1362 - 1399). His Age: 22 Her Age: Unknown
↑ two sons, Sir Thomas and Sir John, and three daughters, Elizabeth, Isabel, and Margaret (#Lewis); Elizabeth added to children of Elizabeth and Thoma Mowbray previously listed in profile (no sources attached but comparable to those listed by Lewis; "5 children" also in Magna Carta Ancestry#Richardson)
↑ Robert Goushill's father: Sir Nicholas Goushill; His Age: 51 Her Age: 30
↑ also a daughter Joyce with Robert Goushill, but no issue marriage/issue listed for her by #Lewis, citing Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry
↑ m Sir Gerard Ufflete before 1408; he died between 30 September 1420, the date of his will, and 12 February 1421, the date his estate was probated (Lewis, citing Richardson)
↑ "Valerie Bertinelli."Who Do You Think You Are (US) (Season 5 Episode 4). TLC. 13 Aug 2014. Note: Valerie is viewing a book Arundel 1 (p159) in the archives of the College and consulting with Peter O'Donoghue, the Herald of Arms at the College of Arms, London.
Elizabeth FitzAlan, "Our Royal, Titled, Noble, and Commoner Ancestors and Cousins" (website, compiled by Mr. Marlyn Lewis, Portland, OR; accessed August 21, 2015), citing mostly Richardson (see link for specific citations)
son Robert: With three daughters born of her (brief) marriage to Robert Goushill (Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry says Joyce & her two sisters sued their uncle Nicholas Goushill in 1408), it's doubtful that Robert was also hers. I would suggest that, if he existed, he was born before Robert's marriage to Elizabeth and propose that he be detached as her son. Let me know if there's any objection to my detaching Goushill-24 as a son of Elizabeth FitzAlan.
FitzAlan-574 and Fitzalan-66 appear to represent the same person because: Make sure you check for duplicates. Ask to be put on the trusted list if you feel there is important info to share. Thank you Sheri