|Bishop of Salisbury|
|Elected||2 January 1287|
|Term ended||11 February 1288|
|Successor||Lawrence de Awkeburne|
|Other posts||Dean of Salisbury|
|Consecration||1 June 1287|
|Died||11 February 1288|
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Brandeston held the offices of archdeacon of Wiltshire, archdeacon of Dorset, and Dean of Salisbury, all in the diocese of Salisbury.
Brandeston was elected bishop on 2 January 1287 and consecrated on 1 June 1287.He was enthroned at Salisbury Cathedral on 19 October 1287.
Brandeston died on 11 February 1288.
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| Bishop of Salisbury |
Lawrence de Awkeburne
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