Richard Gascoigne (aka Rychard Gaskon) of Hunslet.
He was a younger brother of Chief Justice Gascoigne.
According to Test. Ebor. I, "he married Beatrix, not Anne." She was the daughter and co-heir of Henry Ellis, esq., (p. 403).
Thomas Gascoigne (d. 1457), Vice-Chancellor of Oxford in 1439.
m. Sir Thomas Nevill of Liversedge
m. Sir John Everingham.
"Test. of Ricardi Gascoyne," in Testamenta Eboracensia, 1, pp. 403. Books.
Wotton, T. (1741). The English Baronetage, pp. 334. Google Books.
↑ Wotton, 1741, states that Richard died in 1422. His will is printed in Test Ebor, i, p. 403
↑ See also: Richard Gascoyne b. btw 1345 - 1373, d. before 23 APR 1423, citing >> Brøderbund Software, Inc. World Family Tree Vol. 3, Ed. 1. Feb 9, 1996; Family Archive CD. Gascoyne-131. CORDELL 20110806_2011-08-21.ged Aug 22, 2011. David Cordell.
↑ Wotton, 1741 called her Anne ... but Richard's will names Beatrix as his wife.