John Arundel (bishop of Exeter)
|Bishop of Exeter|
|Appointed||5 July 1502|
|Consecration||30 November 1496|
|Previous post||Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield|
After graduating with a Masters in Arts, Arundel was ordained and presented as rector to St. Columb Major. From 1482 to 1496 he served as Dean of Exeter and on 3 August 1496 was nominated as Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield and consecrated on 30 November 1496. He was translated to Exeter on 5 July 1502.
Arundel died in London in 1504 and lies buried in St. Clement's Church without Temple Bar.
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|Catholic Church titles|
|Dean of Exeter
|Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield
|Bishop of Exeter