Acoording to Wikipedia RichardII DeCarnville was killed in 1191 during a siege of the fortress of Acre: Richard de Camville (died 1191) was an English crusader knight, and one of Richard the Lionheart's senior commanders during the Third Crusade. In June 1190, at Chinon, he was, with 3 others, put in charge of King Richard's fleet sailing for the Holy Land. In 1191 he was appointed governor of Cyprus, jointly with Robert of Thornham. He died later in the same year at the Siege of Acre.
He was the son of another Richard de Camville (died 1176), an Anglo-Norman landowner, and Millicent, a kinswoman of Adeliza of Louvain, the second wife of King Henry I.
In England, his holdings included land at Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, Blackland, Wiltshire, and Speen (possibly posthumously) and Avington, both in Berkshire.