|Bishop of Lincoln|
|Term ended||December 1450|
|Predecessor||William of Alnwick|
|Consecration||16 April 1430|
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Precentor of Lincoln Cathedral
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The Lord Sudeley
| Lord High Treasurer |
The Lord Saye and Sele
|Catholic Church titles|
| Bishop of Carlisle |
| Bishop of Lincoln |
| Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge |
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