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Kemp [Kempe], Johnlocked

(1380/81–1454)
  • R. G. Davies

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Kemp [Kempe], John (1380/81–1454), administrator, cardinal, and archbishop of York and of Canterbury, was born at Olantigh by Wye, near Ashford, Kent, perhaps the second son of Thomas Kemp (d. 1428), sometime escheator of the county, and Beatrice, daughter of Sir Thomas Lewknor...

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