Richard Risby (born in the parish of St. Lawrence, Reading, 1489; executed at
Tyburn, London, 20 April, 1534) was an English Catholic monk.
Winchester Collegein 1500, and was subsequently a fellow of New College, Oxford, taking his degree in 1510. He resigned in 1513 to enter the Franciscan Order, and eventually became warden of the Observant friary at Canterbury. He was condemned to death by the Act of Attainder, 25 Henry VIII, c. 12, together with Elizabeth Barton, Edward Bocking, Hugh Rich, warden of the Observant friary at Richmond, John Dering, B.D. (Oxon.), Benedictine of Christ Church, Canterbury, Henry Gold, M.A. (Oxon.), parson of St. Mary; Aldermanbury, London, and vicar of Hayes, Middlesex and Richard Master, rector of Aldington, Kent, who was pardoned; but by some oversight Master's name is included and Risby's omitted in the catalogue of praetermissi. Father Thomas Bourchier, who took the Franciscan habit at Greenwichabout 1557, says that Fathers Risby and Rich were twice offered their lives, if they would accept the king's supremacy.
*GAIRDNER, "Letters and Papers of the reign of Henry VIII", VI, Vll (London, Oxford, Cambridge, Edinburgh, and Dublin, 1882-3), passim;
*GASQUET, "Henry VIII and the English Monasteries" (London, 1906), 44;
*KIRBY, "Winchester Scholars" (London and Winchester, 1888), 98;
*BOASE, "Register of the University of Oxford" (Oxford, 1885), 71.
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