Thomas de Lechlade was Dean of Exeter between 1307 and 1309.
The Dean of Exeter is the head of the Chapter of Cathedral Church of Saint Peter in Exeter, England. The chapter was established by William Briwere, Bishop of Exeter (1224–44) who set up the offices of dean and chancellor of Exeter Cathedral, allowing the chapter to elect those officers. The deanery is at 10 The Close, Exeter. The current dean is Jonathan Greener.
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Henry de Somerset
| Dean of Exeter |
| Succeeded by|
Bartholomew de Sancto Laurentio
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