M, d. 1414
Richard was born in Thurleston, Leicestershire, England. Richard married Margaret Bouge, daughter of Geoffrey Bugge de Leke and Margaret Foucher, in Leicestershire, England. He inherited the manor of Thurleton from his father and received the manors of Aston-Flamville and Norman Turville from his uncle Richard. Richard departed this life in 1414 in Normanton-Turville, Leicestershire, England. He was buried at Leicestershire, England, in the Church at Thurlston. The inscription on a slab surmounting the large altar tomb placed to his memory reads: "Here lies Richard Turvile, armiger, son of William Turvile, who died the first day ___ in the year of our Lord, 1414".3
- [S926] John & John Bernard Burke, A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britian & Ireland, Volume II: page 1443 - Richard Turvile: of Norman-Turvile, Thurleston, Aston-Flamville; married Margaret, d/o Edmund Bouge, [& sister of Benjimin Bouge, of Thouleston, who d.s.p. 14 Henry VI ]; children: William.
- [S939] John Ordish Hulme, History of Thurlaston, Leicestershire including Normanton Turville, New Hall Park, and Bassett House, page 105.
- [S939] John Ordish Hulme, History of Thurlaston, Leicestershire including Normanton Turville, New Hall Park, and Bassett House, page 37 - This Richard Turvile, the founder of the mansion of New Hall, was buried in Thurleston Church. In my plan of the Chantry, the figure 4 shows the segment of alabaster still to be seen, which formed the bottom right hand corner of the slab surmounting the large altar tomb placed to his memory. The beginning and end of the Latin inscription — Hie jacet — ens Amen, may still be traced; and the fore-paws of the animal on which the feet of the figure rested are faintly visible. A sketch of the whole figure and inscription will also be found in the Appendix, by which we learn that "Here lies Richard Turvile, Armiger, son of William Turvile, who died the first day - in the year of our Lord, 1414," concluding with the usual prayer for the soul of the deceased.