|Bishop of Salisbury|
|Appointed||10 January 1502|
|Term ended||23 August 1524|
|Consecration||1 October 1480|
|Died||23 August 1524|
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Bishop of Hereford
Edmund Audley(died 1524) was Bishop of Rochester, Bishop of Hereford and Bishop of Salisbury.
Audley graduated BA in 1463 at University College, Oxford. He was appointed to the seventh stall in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle in 1474 and held this until 1480.
Audley was collated as Archdeacon of the East Riding on 14 December 1475and then as Archdeacon of Essex on 22 December 1479, serving until he was nominated to become Bishop of Rochester on 7 July 1480, and consecrated on 1 October 1480. He was then translated to be Bishop of Hereford on 22 June 1492. He was then translated to become Bishop of Salisbury on 10 January 1502. He died on 23 August 1524.
Audley was the son of Eleanor Holand.He is buried in a chapel of Salisbury Cathedral.
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