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The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior bishop and principal leader of the Church of England, the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion and the diocesan bishop of the Diocese of Canterbury.

The Wikipedia page is [1].

Archbishops of Canterbury during this period:

  • tr. 13 May 1443 25 May 1452 John Stafford (bishop) Translated from Bath & Wells; Lord Chancellor; Lord Treasurer.
  • tr. 21 Jul 1452 22 Mar 1454 Cardinal John Kemp Created a cardinal in 1439;[50] Translated from York; Lord Chancellor
  • tr. 23 Apr 1454 30 Mar 1486 Cardinal Thomas Bourchier (bishop) Translated from Ely; Lord Chancellor; created a cardinal in 1467.[51]
  • tr. 6 Oct 1486 15 Sep 1500 Cardinal John Morton (bishop) Translated from Ely; Lord Chancellor.[52] created a cardinal in 1493.

For a full list see the Wikipedia page [2]

See also Archbishop of York

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