Guy Mone

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Guy Mone (Mohun[1]) (died 1407) was an English royal administrator and bishop.

He held the offices of Receiver of the Chamber (1391 to 1398) and Master of the Jewel Office (1391 to 1398), Keeper of the Privy Seal (1396 to 1397) and Lord High Treasurer (1398) towards the end of the reign of Richard II of England, and was one of Richard's supporters.[2][3]

He was bishop of St David's from 1397 to his death,[4] being appointed on 30 August and consecrated on 11 November 1397.[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dictionary of National Biography
  2. ^ Michael Bennett, Richard II and the Revolution of 1399 (1999), especially p. 160.
  3. ^ John Smith Roskell, Parliament and Politics in Late Medieval England II (1981), p. 60.
  4. ^ E. B. Fryde, Handbook of British Chronology (1996), p. 106.
  5. ^ taken from the notes at Bishop of St David's

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Political offices
Preceded by
Edmund Stafford
Lord Privy Seal
1396–1397
Succeeded by
Richard Clifford
Preceded by
Roger Walden
Lord High Treasurer
1398–1398
Succeeded by
William Scrope
Preceded by
Henry Bowet
Lord High Treasurer
1402
Succeeded by
William de Ros, 6th Baron de Ros
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
John Gilbert
Bishop of St David's
1397–1407
Succeeded by
Henry Chichele