Michael de la Pole
founder of the priory of Saint Michael, 1st Baron de la Pole (1366-1388), Lord Chancellor of England (from 1383), and 1st Earl of Suffolk (1385-1388)
Died aged c. 59
Michael de la Pole, 1st Earl of Suffolk, 1st Baron de la Pole, (c. 1330 – 5 September 1389) of Wingfield Castle in Suffolk, was an English financier and Lord Chancellor of England. His contemporary Froissart portrays de la Pole as a devious and ineffectual counsellor who dissuaded King Richard II from pursuing a certain victory against French and Scottish forces in Cumberland and fomented undue suspicion of that king's uncle John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster.DbPedia
Commemorated on 2 plaques
Here, from its foundation by Sir Michael de la Pole in 1378, until 1539, stood the priory of Saint Michael. Called The Charterhouse the Carthusians John Rochester and James Walworth were detained here before their execution in 1537.
Charterhouse, Hull, United Kingdom where they founded the priory of Saint Michael
Site of the manor house of Sir William de la Pole (first mayor of Kingston upon Hull, 1331) and of the Suffolk Palace erected by Sir Michael de la Pole, Earl of Suffolk. The palace was seized by the Crown (1504) and became known as "The King's Manor"
Corner of Lowgate and Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, United Kingdom where they lived