|Bishop of London|
|Archdiocese||Province of Canterbury|
|Appointed||22 June 1407|
|Term ended||20 August 1421|
|Consecration||9 October 1401|
|Died||20 August 1421|
Bishop-elect of Bath and Wells|
Bishop of Worcester
Clifford was elected to the see of Bath and Wells on 12 May 1400, but not consecrated, as he was instead translated to the see of Worcester. Clifford was elected to the see of Worcester on 19 August 1401 and consecrated on 9 October 1401.
Clifford was translated to the see of London on 22 June 1407. He planned to found a college of the University of Oxford which he intended to name London College. However, he died on 20 August 1421 and his plan did not survive him.
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|Catholic Church titles|
| Bishop of Bath and Wells
Robert Tideman of Winchcombe
| Bishop of Worcester
| Bishop of London
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