|Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield|
|Appointed||2 July 1398|
|Term ended||about 27 May 1414|
|Predecessor||Richard le Scrope|
|Consecration||c. 10 July 1396|
|Died||c. 27 May 1414|
|Previous post(s)||Bishop of Llandaff|
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