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Mepham [Meopham], Simonlocked

(c. 1275–1333)
  • Roy Martin Haines


Mepham [Meopham], Simon (c. 1275–1333), archbishop of Canterbury, took his name from Meopham in Kent, some miles south of Gravesend. He had at least two brothers, Edmund and Thomas (who became a friar), while Joan, wife of John Dene, seems to have been his sister. In 1327 ...

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Chancery records (Public Record Office)
A. B. Emden, , 3 vols. (1957–9); also (1974)
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
Lambeth Palace London