John Paschal

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John Paschal (died 1361) was a 14th-century English bishop. Paschal, native of Suffolk, became a Carmelite friar at Ipswich. Paschal was sent to study at Cambridge University. John Paschal in 1347 was nominated bishop of Llandaff. He died on 11 October 1361.

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Preceded by
John de Egglescliffe
Bishop of Llandaff
1347–1361
Succeeded by
Rodger Cradock