Kemp, John (1380-1454)

Kemp, John (c. 1380-1454), born at Olantigh near Ashford, Kent, became a fellow of Merton College, Oxford, Bishop of Rochester (1419), and of Chichester and London (1421), chancellor and Archbishop of York (1426), a cardinal (1439), and Archbishop of Canterbury (1452). See Hook's Lives of the Archbishops, vol. v.

References
1. Chambers's Biographical Dictionary: The Great of All Nations and All Times., 1926, page 551.

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