Richard Goldthorpe (died March 10, 1557 in York) was an English haberdasher, investor, real estate developer and politician from Yorkshire. In 1560 his estate was valued at £2460, considerable wealth at the time. He was a Member of Parliament and Lord Mayor of York. His daughter, Anne, was married to Sir Arthur Ingram.
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