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Encyclopedia > Simon Mepeham

Simon Mepeham was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1328 to 1333. Arms of the see of Canterbury The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior clergyman of the established Church of England and symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion. ...

Preceded by:
Walter Reynolds
Archbishop of Canterbury
Succeeded by:
John de Stratford

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Roll A 1b: (iii) Aug 1328 - Aug 1335 | British History Online (7455 words)
Commission from the Mayor and Commonalty, appointing John de Grantham, Simon de Swanlond, John de Pulteneye and John de Causton to hold the court for London citizens at St Botolph's Fair.
The same to Simon (Mepeham (Footnote 8)), Archbishop of Canter bury, praying him, in conjunction with the rest of the prelates, to use his best endeavours to restore quiet and peace to the land.
Simon Meopham or Mepeham, the Archbishop-elect of Canterbury, was in favour of Lancaster's programme of reform, though it is not clear how far he was willing to go in the way of armed revolt.
thePeerage.com - Exhibit (16461 words)
Peace was made between the two parties by Mepeham, archbishop of Canterbury, and Lord Beaumont and some other followers of the earl were forced to take shelter in France.
Simon Islip, archbishop of Canterbury, had lately remonstrated indignantly with the king on the hardships inflicted on his subjects by the conduct of his purveyors (Speculum Regis, MS.
Gregory XI endeavoured to make peace between England and France and accredited two cardinals, one a Frenchman and the other Simon Langham, sometime archbishop of Canterbury, to carry on negotiations, but they were unable to effect anything (ib.
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